Matthew 5

1Seeing and the multitudes, he went up to the mountain; and having seated himself, came to him the disciples of him; 2and opening the mouth of him, he taught them, saying: 3Blessed the poor to the spirit; because of them is the kingdom of the heavens. 4Blessed the mourners, for they shall be comforted. 5Blessed the meek, for they shall inherit the earth. 6Blessed the hungering and thirsting the righteousness, for they shall be satisfied. 7Blessed the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy. 8Blessed the clean to the heart, for they the God shall see. 9Blessed the peace-makers, for they sons of God shall be called. 10Blessed those being persecuted on account of righteousness, for of them is the kingdom of the heavens. 11Blessed are ye, whenever they reproach you and persecute, and say every evil word against you, speaking falsely, because of me. 12Rejoice ye and exult ye, for the reward of you great in the heavens; in this way for they persecuted the prophets those before you. 13You are the salt of the earth. If but the salt become tasteless, with what shall it be salted? for nothing is it of service any more, except to be cast out, and trodden under foot by the men. 14You are the light of the world. Not possible a city to hide upon a hill being situated; 15nor they light a lamp, and place him under the measure, but on the lamp-stand; and it gives light to all those in the house. 16Thus let it shine the light of you in the presence of the men, that they may see of you the good works, and may praise the Father of you that in the heavens. 17Not think ye, that I have come to destroy the law or the prophets; not I have come to destroy, but to fulfill. 18Indeed for I say to you, till pass away the heaven and the earth, iota one or one fine point in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled. 19Whoever therefore breaks one of the commandments of these of the least, and teach thus the men, least he shall be called in the kingdom of the heavens; who but ever shall do and teach, the same great shall be called in the kingdom of the heavens. 20I say for to you that except abound the righteousness of you more of the scribes and Pharisees, by no means you may enter into the kingdom of the heavens. 21You have heard, that it was said to the ancients: Not thou kill; who ever shall kill, liable shall be to the tribunal. 22I but say to you, that all the being angry to the brother of him, without cause, liable shall be to the tribunal: who and ever shall say to the brother of him, Vile fellow, liable shall be to the Sanhedrim; who and ever shall say: O fool, liable shall be to the Gehenna of the fire. 23If therefore thou bring the gift of thee of the altar and there remember, that the brother of thee has somewhat against thee, 24leave there the gift of thee before the altar, and go, first be thou reconciled to the brother of thee, and then coming offer the gift of thee. 25Be thou willing to agree with the opponent of thee quickly, while thou art in the way with him; lest thee deliver up the opponent to the judge, and judge thee deliver up to the officer, and into prison thou shalt be cast. 26Indeed I say to thee, by no means thou wilt come out thence, till thou hast paid the last farthing. 27You have heard, that it was said: Not thou shalt commit adultery. 28I but say to you, that all who looking at a woman in order to lust after her, already has debauched her in the heart of him. 29If and the eye of thee the right ensnare thee, tear out it, and cast it from thee, it is profitable for to thee, that should perish one of the members of thee, and not whole the body her, and cast from thee; 30it is profitable for the right of thee hand ensnare thee, cut off her, and cast from thee; it is profitable for to thee that should perish one of the members of thee, and not whole the body of thee should be cast into Gehenna. 31It was said and: that whoever shall release the wife of him, let him give her a bill of divorce. 32I but say to you, that whoever may release the wife of him, except on account of fornication, makes her to commit adultery; and whoever her being divorced, may marry, commits adultery. 33Again you have heard, that it was said to the ancients: Not thou shall swear falsely; shalt perform but to the Lord the oaths of thee. 34I but say to you not swear at all; not even by the heaven, for a throne it is of the God; 35nor by the earth, for a footstool it is of the feet of him; neither by Jerusalem, for a city it is of the great king; 36nor by the head of thee shalt thou swear, for not thou art able one hair white or black to make. 37Let be but the word of you; yes yes; no no; that for over and above of these, of the evil is. 38You have heard, that it was said: An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth. 39I but say to you, not resist the evil; but whoever thee shall slap upon the right of thee cheek, turn to him also the other; 40and to the purposing thee to sue at law, and the tunic of thee to take, give up to him also the mantle; 41and whoever thee shall force to go mile one, go with him two. 42To the asking thee do thou give; and the wishing from thee to borrow money, not do thou repulse. 43You have heard, that it was said: Thou shalt love the neighbor of thee, and hate the enemy of thee. 44I but say to you, love the enemies of you, bless those cursing you, good do to those hating you and pray for those injuring you and persecuting you; 45that you may be sons of the Father of you, of the in heavens; for the sun of him it rises on evil and good, and it rains on just and unjust. 46If for you love those loving you, what reward have you? not even the tax-gatherers the same to do? 47and if you salute the brothers of you only, what more do you? not even the Gentiles so do? 48Shall be therefore you perfect, as the Father of you, who in the heavens, perfect is.
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