Matthew 20

1Like for is the kingdom of the heavens to a man a householder, who went out with morning to hire laborers into the vineyard of him. 2Having agreed and with the laborers for a denarius the day, he sent him into the vineyard of him. 3And going out about third hour, he saw others standing in the market-place idle; 4and to them he said: Go and you into the vineyard; and whatever may be just, I will give you. They and went away. 5Again going out about sixth and ninth hour, he did in like manner. 6About and the eleventh hour going out, he found others standing, and he says to them: Why here stood you all the day idle? 7They say to him: Because no one us hired. He says to them: Go also you into the vineyard; and whatever maybe just, you shall receive. 8Evening and having come on, says the lord of the vineyard to the steward of him: Call the laborers, and give to them the hire, beginning from the last, till the first. 9And having come those about the eleventh hour, received each a denarius. 10Having then those first, supposed, that more they shall receive; and received also they each a denarius. 11Having received but they murmured against the householder, 12saying: That these the last one hour worked, and equal to us them thou hast made, to the having endured the burden of the day, and the burning heat. 13He but answering said to one of them: Friend, not I wrong thee; not of a denarius didst thou agree to me? 14Take thee thine and go, I wish and to this the last to give as also of thee. 15Or not is it lawful to me to do what I will with the my own? or the eye of thee evil is, because I good am? 16Thus shall be the last, first; and the first, last. Many for are called, few but chosen. 17And going up the Jesus to Jerusalem, he took the twelve disciples privately in the way, and said to them: 18Lo, we go up to Jerusalem, and the son of the man will be delivered up to the high-priests and scribes; and they will condemn him to death, 19and they will deliver up him to the Gentiles for the to mock, and to scourge, and to crucify; and in the third day he will stand up. 20Then came to him the mother of the sons of Zebedee, with the sons of her, prostrating, and asking something from him. 21He and said to her: What wilt thou? She says to him: Say that may sit these the two sons of me, one at right of thee, and one at left of thee, in the kingdom of thee. 22Answering but the Jesus said: Not you know, what you ask. Are you able to drink the cup, which I am about to drink? They say to him: We are able. 23And he says to them: The indeed cup of me you shall drink; the but to sit at right of me and at left of me, not is mine to give, but to whom it has been prepared by the Father of me. 24And having heard the ten, were angry on account of the two brothers. 25The but Jesus, having called them, said: You know, that the rulers of the nations domineer over them. Not thus great exercise authority over them. 26Not thus it shall be among you; but whoever may wish among you great to become, let him be of you servant; 27and whoever may wish among you to be first, let him be of you a slave; 28even as the son of the man not came to be served but to serve, and to give the life of him a ransom for many. 29And departing of them from Jericho, followed him a crowd great. 30And lo, two blind men, sitting by the way, hearing that Jesus passes by, cried out, saying: Pity us, O lord, son of David. 31The and crowd reproved them, that they might be silent. They but more did cry out, saying: Pity us, O lord, son of David. 32And having stopped the Jesus he called them, and said: What do you wish I should do to you? 33They say to him: O lord, that may be opened of us the eyes. 34Being moved with pity and the Jesus, he touched the eyes of them; and immediately saw again of them the eyes; and they followed him.
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