Matthew 7

1Not do you judge, that not you may be judged. 2In what for judgment you judge, you shall be judged; and in what measure you measure, it shall measured to you. 3Why and seest thou the splinter, that in the eye of the brother of thee, that but in thine-own eye beam not perceivest? 4or how will thou say to the brother of thee: Allow me, I can pull the splinter from the eye of thee; and lo, the beam in the eye of thee? 5O hypocrite, pull first the beam out of the eye of thee, and then thou shalt see clearly to pull the splinter out of the eye of the brother of thee. 6Not you may give the holy to the dogs, neither cast the pearls of you before the swine; lest they should trample them under the feet of them, and turning they should rend you. 7Ask, and it shall be given to you; and you shall find; knock and it shall be opened to you. 8All for the asking receives; and the seeking finds; and to the knocking it shall be opened. 9Or what is there of you a man, who if ask the son of him bread, not a stone will give to him? 10or if a fish he asks, not a serpent will give to him? 11If then you, bad ones being, know gifts good to give to the children of you, how much more the Father of you, that in the heavens, give good to those asking him? 12All therefore, as much so ever you may will that should do to you the men, even so also you do to them; this for is the law and the prophets. 13Enter you in through the strait gate; for wide the gate, and broad the road that leading into the perdition; and many are those entering through her. 14How strait the gate, and difficult the road that leading into the life; and few are they finding her. 15Beware ye and of the false prophets, who come to you in clothing of sheep, within but they are wolves ravenous. 16By the fruits of them you shall know them. What do they gather from thorns a cluster of grapes, or from thistles figs? 17So every tree good fruits good bears; the but corrupt tree fruits evil bears. 18Not is possible tree good fruits evil to bear, neither tree corrupt fruits good to bear. 19Every tree, not bearing fruit good, is cut down and into a fire is cast. 20Therefore by the fruits of them you shall know them. 21Not all who saying to me; O Lord, O Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of the heavens; but he doing the will of the Father of me, of that in heavens. 22Many shall say to me in that the day; O Lord, O Lord, not to the thy name have we prophesied, and to the thy name demons have we cast out, and to the thy name wonders many have we done? 23And then I will declare to them; Because never knew you; depart from me those working the lawlessness. 24All therefore whoever hears of me the words these, and does them, I will compare him to a man prudent, who will built the house of him upon the rock; 25and fell down the rain, and came the floods, and blew the winds, and beat against the house that; and not it fell; it was founded for on the rock. 26And all who hearing of me the words these and not doing them, shall be compared to a man foolish, who built the house of him upon sand; 27and fell down the rain, and came the floods, and blew the winds, and dashed against the house that, and it fell; and was the fall her great. 28And it came to pass, when had finished the Jesus the words these, were astounded the crowds at the teaching of him. 29He was for teaching them as authority having, and not as the scribes.
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