Mark 7

1And were gathered to him the Pharisees, and some of the scribes, having come from Jerusalem; 2and seeing some of the disciples of him with common hands, that is unwashed, eating loaves; 3(the for Pharisees and all the Jews, if not with fist they may wash the hands, not they eat, holding the tradition of the elders; 4and from a market, if not they might dip, not they eat; and other many things is, which they received to hold, dippings of cup, and of pots, and of copper vessels, and of couches); 5then asked him the Pharisees and the scribes: Why the disciples of thee not walk according to the tradition of the elders, but with common hands they eat the loaf? 6He but answering said to them: That well prophesied Esaias about you the hypocrites, as it is written: This the people with the lips me honor, the but heart of them far off is removed from me. 7In vain but they worship me, teaching teachings, commandments of men. 8Leaving for the commandment of the God, you hold the tradition of the men, dippings of pots and of cups; and other similar such like many things you do. 9And he said to them: Well you set aside the commandment of the God, that the tradition of you you may keep. 10Moses for said: Honor the father of thee and the mother of thee; and: He cursing father or mother, a death let him die. 11You but say: If should say man to the father or the mother, Corban (which is, a gift), whatever out of me thou mightest be profited; 12and no more you suffer him any thing to do for the father of himself, or for the mother of himself 13making void the word of the God for the tradition of you, which you delivered; and similar such like many things you do. 14And having called all the crowd, he said to them: Hear me all, and be instructed. 15Nothing is outside of the man, entering into him, which is able him to make common; but the things proceeding from him, those is the things making common the man. 16If any one has ears to hear, let him hear. 17And when he entered into a house from the crowd, asked him the disciples of him concerning the parable. 18And he says to them: Thus also you without understanding are? Not know you, that all that without, entering into the man, not is able him to make common? 19that not goes of it into the heart, but into the belly; and into the privy goes out, cleansing all the foods. 20He said and: That the out of the man, proceeding forth, that makes common the man. 21Within for out of the heart of the men the purposes the evil proceeds; adulteries, fornications, murders, 22thefts, covetousnesses, villianies, deceit, intemperance, eye evil, evil speaking, pride, folly; 23all these the things evil within comes forth, and makes common the man. 24And thence arising, he went into the borders of Tyre and Sidon; and entering into the house, no one he wished to know; and not he was able to be concealed. 25Having heard for a woman about him, of whom had the little daughter of herself a spirit unclean, having come fell down to the feet of him; 26(was now the woman a Greek, a Syrophenician to the birth;) and she besought him, that the demon he would cast out of the daughter of herself. 27The but Jesus said to her: Let alone first to be filled the children; not for good it is, to take the bread of the children, and to cast to the dogs. 28She but answered, and says to him: Yes, sir; even for the dogs under the table eatest from of the crumbs of the children. 29And he said to her: Through this the word go; has come out the demon from the daughter of thee. 30And having gone into the house of her, she found the demon having gone out, and the daughter having been laid upon the bed. 31And again coming out from the borders of Tyre and Sidon, he came to the sea of the Galilee, through midst of the borders of Decapolis. 32And they bring to him a deaf man a stammerer, and they entreat him that he might place to him the hand. 33And having taken him from the crowd privately, he put the fingers of himself into the ears of him, and spitting he touched the tongue of him; 34and looking up to the heaven, he groaned, and says to him: Ephphatha, that is, be opened. 35And immediately were opened of him the ears; and was loosed the bond of the tongue of him, and he spoke plainly. 36And he charged them, that no one they should tell; what but he to them charged, more abundantly they published. 37And beyond measure they were astonished, saying: Well all (things) he has done; and the deaf ones he makes to hear, and the dumb ones to speak.
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