Many things, have I, concerning you, to speak, and to judge; but, he who sent me, is, true, and, I, what things I heard from him, the same, speak I unto the world.
Jesus, therefore, cried aloud in the temple, teaching, and saying - Both me, ye know, and ye know whence I am, - and yet, of myself, have I not come, but he is real, who sent me, whom, ye, know not.
No longer, do I call you, servants, for, the servant, knoweth not what, his lord, is doing. But, you, I have called, friends, because, all things which I heard from my Father, made I known unto you.
But, now, ye are seeking, to kill me, - A man who, the truth, unto you, hath spoken, which I have heard from God: this, Abraham, did not.
What he hath seen and heard, of, the same, he beareth witness, - and, his witness, no one, receiveth: -
But I have taken knowledge of you, that, the love of God, ye have not, in yourselves: -
Jesus, therefore, answered them, and said - My teaching, is not mine, but his who sent me.
And, even if, I, am judging, my judging, is, genuine, - because, alone, am I not, but, I, and the Father who sent me;
And Jesus said - For judgment, I, unto this world, came: that, they who were not seeing, might see, and, they who were seeing, might become, blind.
And, if anyone shall hearken unto my sayings, and not guard them, I, am not judging him; for I came not that I might judge the world, but that I might save the world.
And, the declarations which thou gavest me, have I given them, and, they, received them, and came to know in truth, that, from thee, came I forth, - and they believed, that, thou, didst send me forth.
Faithful, however, is God, in that, our discourse, which was delivered unto you, is not Yea and Nay;
Concerning whom, great, is our discourse, and of difficult interpretation, to express, seeing that, slothful, have ye become in the hearing;