Matthew 19

1And it came to pass, when ended the Jesus the words these, he departed from the Galilee, and came into the confines of the Judea, beyond the Jordan. 2And followed him crowds great; and he healed them there. 3And came to him the Pharisees, trying him, and saying to him: If it is lawful to a man to release the wife of him upon every cause? 4He and answering said to them: Not have you read, that the Creator from a beginning a male and a female he made them? 5and said: On account of this shall leave a man the father and the mother, and shall be closely united to the wife of him; and shall be the two into flesh one. 6So that no longer they are two, but flesh one. What then the God has joined together, a man not disunites. 7They say to him: Why then Moses did enjoin to give a scroll of separation, and to release her? 8He says to them: That Moses for the hardness of heart of you suffered you to release the wives of you; from a beginning but not it was so. 9I say but to you, that whoever may release the wife of him, except for fornication, and may marry another, commits adultery; and he her being released marrying, commits adultery. 10They say to him the disciples of him: If thus is the case of the man with woman, not it is profitable to marry. 11He but said to them: Not all admit the word this, but to whom it has been given. 12There are for eunuchs, who from womb of mother were born so; and there are eunuchs, who were made eunuchs by the men; and there are eunuchs, who made eunuchs themselves on account of the kingdom of the heavens. He being able to admit, let him admit. 13Then were brought to him little children that the hands he might lay on them, and he might pray; the but the disciples rebuked them. 14The and Jesus said: Suffer the little children and not hinder them to come to me; of the for such like is the kingdom of the heavens. 15And laying on them the hands, he departed thence. 16And lo, one coming, said to him: O teacher good, what good must I do, that I may have life age-lasting? 17He and he said to him: Why me askest thou concerning the good? one is the good. If but thou wishest to enter into the life, keep strictly the commandments. 18He says to him: Which? The and Jesus said: This; Not thou shalt kill; Not thou shalt commit adultery; Not thou shalt steal; Not thou shall testify falsely; 19Honor the father and the mother; and Thou shalt love the neighbor of thee as thyself. 20Says to him the young man: All these I kept from childhood of me; what more do I want? 21Said to him the Jesus: If thou wishest perfect to be, go, sell of thee the possessions, and give to poor; and thou shalt have treasure in heaven; and hither, follow me. 22Having heard and the young man the word, went away sorrowing; he was for having possessions many. 23The and Jesus said to the disciples of himself: Indeed I say to you, that with difficulty a rich man shall enter into the kingdom of the heavens. 24Again and I say to you, easier it is a camel through a hole of needle to pass, than a rich man into the kingdom of the God to enter. 25Having heard and the disciples, were amazed exceedingly, saying: Who then is able to be saved? 26Looking but the Jesus said to him: With man this impossible is; with but God all possible. 27Then answering the Peter said to him: Lo, we left all, and followed thee; what then shall be to us? 28The and Jesus said to them: Indeed I say to you, that you the having followed me, in the new birth day when may sit the son of the man upon a throne of glory of him, shall sit also you upon twelve thrones, judging the twelve tribes of the Israel. 29And all who left houses, or brothers, or sisters, or father, or mother, or wife, or children, or fields, on account of the name of me, a hundred fold shall receive, and life age-lasting shall inherit. 30Many but shall be first, last and last first.
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