Luke 6

1It happened and in sabbath second-first to pass him through the grain-fields; and plucked the disciples of him the ears of grain, and ate, rubbing the hands. 2Some and of the Pharisees said to them: Why do you, which not it is lawful to do in the sabbath? 3And answering to them said the Jesus: Not even this have you read, what did David, when he was hungry he and those with him being? 4how he entered into the house of the God, and the loaves of the presence he took, and ate, and gave also to those with him; which not it is lawful to eat, if not alone the priests? 5And he said to them: That a lord is the son of the man also of the sabbath. 6It happened and also in another sabbath to enter him into the synagogue, and to teach; and was there a man, and the hand of him the right was withered. 7Watched and him the scribes and the Pharisees if in the sabbath he will heal, so that they might find an accusation of him. 8He but knew the purposes of them, and said to the man the withered having the hand: Arise and stand into the midst. He and having arisen stood. 9Said then the Jesus to them: I will ask you: What is it lawful to the sabbath? to do good or to do evil? a life to save, or to kill? 10And looking around on all them, he said to him: Stretch out the hand of thee. He and did; and was restored the hand of him as the other. 11They and were filled madness, and they talked to one another, what they should do to the Jesus. 12It came to pass and in the days those, he went out into the mountain to pray; and was passing the night in the place of prayer of the God. 13And when it came day, he called to the disciples of himself; and having chosen from them twelve, whom also apostles he named; 14(Simon, whom also he named Peter, and Andrew the brother of him, James and John, Philip and Bartholomew, 15Matthew and Thomas, James the of the Alpheus, and Simon the being called Zelotes, 16Judas of James and Judas Iscariot, who also became a traitor); 17and descending with them, he stood on a place level, and a crowd of disciples of him, and a multitude great of the people from all of the Judea, and Jerusalem, and of the sea-coast of Tyre and Sidon, who came to hear him, and to be healed from the diseases of themselves; 18and those being troubled from spirits unclean; and they were healed. 19And all the crowd sought to touch him; for a power from him went out, and healed all. 20And he having lifted up the eyes of himself on the disciples of himself, he said: Blessed the poor; for yours is the kingdom of the God. 21Blessed the hungering now; for you shall be satisfied. Blessed the weeping now; for you shall laugh. 22Blessed are you, when may hate you the men, and when they may separate you, and they may revile, and may cast out the name of you as evil, on account of the son of the man. 23Rejoice you in that the day, and leap you for joy; lo for, the reward of you great in the heaven; according to these for did to the prophets the fathers of them. 24But woe to you the rich; for you have in full the comfort of you. 25Woe to you, those having been filled; for you shall hunger. Woe to you, those laughing now; for you shall mourn and you shall weep. 26Woe, when well you may speak the men; according to these for did to the false-prophets the fathers of them. 27But to you I say to those hearing: Love you the enemies of you; good do you to those hating you; 28bless you those cursing you; pray you for those traducing you. 29To the striking thee on the creek, offer also the other; and from the taking of thee the mantle, also the tunic not thou mayest hinder. 30To all and those asking thee give thou; and from the taking what is thine, not demand back. 31And all you wish, that may do to you the men, also you do you to them in like manner. 32And if you love those loving you, what to you thanks is it? and for sinners those loving them love. 33And if you should do good those doing good you, what to you thanks is it? also for the sinners the same do. 34And if you should lend from whom you hope to receive, what to you thanks is it? also for the sinners to sinners lead, that they may receive the like things. 35But love you the enemies of you, and do you good and lend you nothing departing; and shall be the reward of you great, and you shall be sons of highest; for he kind is to the unthankful and evil. 36Be you therefore compassionate, even as also the Father of you compassionate is. 37And not judge you, and not not you may be judged; not condemn you, and not not you may be condemned; release you, and you shall be released. 38Give you, and it shall be given to you; measure good having been pressed down and having been shaken and running over shall be given into the bosom of you; by the for same measure, with which you measure, it shall be measured again to you. 39He spoke and a parable to them: Not is able a blind blind to lead? not both into a pit will fall? 40Not is a disciple over the teacher of himself; having been fully qualified but every one shall be as the teacher of him. 41Why and seest thou the splinter that in the eye of the brother of thee, the but beam that in thine own eye not perceivest? 42or how art thou able to say to the brother of thee: O brother, allow me, I can cast out the splinter that in the eye of thee; thyself the in the eye of thee beam not beholding? O hypocrite, cast out first the beam out of the eye of thee, and then thou wilt see clearly to cast out the splinter that in the eye of the brother of thee. 43Not for is a tree good, bearing fruit corrupt; nor a tree corrupt, bearing fruit good. 44Every for tree from the own fruit is know; not fore from thorns do they gather figs, nor from a bramble do they pick a cluster of grapes. 45The good man out of the good treasure of the heart of himself brings forth the good; and the evil man out of the evil treasure of the heart of himself brings forth the evil; out of for the fulness of the heart speaks the mouth of him. 46Why and me do you call, O lord, O lord; and not do what I say? 47All the coming to me, and hearing of me the words, and doing them, I will show to you, to whom he is like. 48Like he is to a man building a house, who dug and went deep, and laid a foundation on the rock; of a flood and having come, dashed against the stream the house that, and not was able to shake her; it was founded for upon the rock. 49He but having heard, and not having done, like he is to a man having built a house on the earth without a foundation; to which dashed against the stream; and immediately it feel, and became the ruin of the house that great.
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