Mark 13

1And departing of him out of the temple, says to him one of the disciples of him: O teacher, see, what stones and what buildings. 2And the Jesus answering said to him: Seest thou these the great buildings? not not may be left a stone upon stone, which not not may be thrown down. 3And sitting of him on the mountain of the olive trees, over against the temple, asked him privately Peter, and James, and John, and Andrew; 4Say to us, when these things shall be, and what the sign, when are about all these things to be ended? 5The and Jesus answering them began to say: Take heed not any one you may deceive. 6Many for shall come in the name of me, saying: That I am; and many they will deceive. 7When and ye all hear wars and reports of wars, not be disturbed; it behooves for to take place; but not yet the end. 8Shall be raised up for nation against nation, and kingdom against kingdom; and shall be earthquakes in places, and shall be famines and commotions. Beginnings of sorrow these. 9Take heed but you yourselves; they will deliver up for you to sanhedrims, and to synagogues you will be beaten, and before governors and kings you will stand, on account of me, for a testimony to them. 10And among all the nations it behooves, first, to be published the glad tidings. 11When but they may lead you deliver up, not be anxious beforehand what you should speak, nor be concerned; but whatever may be given to you in that the hour, this speak you; not for are you the speaking, but the spirit the holy. 12Will deliver up and a brother a brother to death and father a child; and they shall rise up children against parents, and deliver to death them. 13And you will be being hated by all through the name of me. He but persevering to end, this will be saved. 14When but you may see the abomination of the desolation having stood where not it ought; (he reading let him think); then those in the Judea, let them flee to the mountains; 15he and on the roof, not let him go down into the house, nor enter, to take any thing out of the house of himself; 16and he in the field being, not let him turn into the back, to take the mantle of him. 17Woe but to the in womb having and to the giving suck in those the days. 18Pray you but, that not may be the flight of you of winter. 19Shall be for the days those affliction, such as not has been go great from a beginning of creation, which created the God, till the now, and not not may be. 20And if not a Lord shortened the days, not should be saved all flesh; but on account of the chosen (ones), whom he has chosen, he has shortened the days. 21And then if any one to you should say: Lo, here the Anointed; or, Lo, there; not believe you. 22Shall be raised for false anointed ones and false prophets, and shall give signs and wonders, to the to deceive, if possible, even the chosen. 23You but take heed; lo, I have foretold to you all. 24But in those the days, after the affliction that, the sun shall be darkened, and the moon not shall give the light of herself; 25and the stars of the heaven shall be falling, and the powers, those in the heavens, shall be shaken. 26And then they shall see the son of the man coming on clouds, with power much and glory. 27And then he will send the messengers of himself, and he will gather the chosen (ones) of himself from the four winds, from an extremity of earth to an extremity of heaven. 28From but the fig-tree learn you the parable; when of her now the branch tender may become, and may put forth the leaves, you know, that near the summer is. 29So also you, when these things you may see coming to pass, know you, that near he is at doors. 30Indeed I say to you, that not not may pass away the generation this, till of whom all these may be done. 31The heaven and the earth shall pass away; the nut words of me not not may pass away. 32Concerning but the day that or the hour no one knows, nor the messengers, those in heaven, nor the son, if not the Father. 33Take heed, watch you and pray you; not you know for when the season is. 34As a man going abroad leaving the house of himself, and having given to the slaves of himself the authority, and to each one the work of himself and to the porter he commanded that he should watch. 35Watch you therefore; not you know for, when the lord of the house comes, evening, or midnight, or cock-crowing, or morning; 36lest coming suddenly, he may find you sleeping. 37What and to you I say, to all I say: Watch you.
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