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Then the saying was fulfilled which had been uttered by the prophet Jeremiah:

how he went into the house of God, and there they ate the loaves of the Presence which neither he nor his men were allowed to eat, but only the priests?

He put another parable before them. "The Realm of heaven," he said, "is like a grain of mustard-seed which a man takes and sows in his field.

He told them another parable. "The Realm of heaven," he said, "is like dough which a woman took and buried in three pecks of flour, till all of it was leavened."

Again, the Realm of heaven is like a net which was thrown into the sea and collected fish of every sort.

"Which?" he said. Jesus answered, "The commands, you shall not kill, you shall not commit adultery, you shall not steal, you shall not bear false witness,

Which of the two did the will of the father?" They said, "The last." Jesus said to them, "I tell you truly, the taxgatherers and harlots are going into the Realm of God before you.

You are senseless and blind! for which is the greater, the gold or the sanctuary that makes the gold sacred?

You are blind! for which is the greater, the gift or the altar that makes the gift sacred?

that servant's lord and master will arrive on a day when he does not expect him and at an hour which he does not know;

a woman came up to him with an alabaster flask of expensive perfume which she poured over his head as he lay at table.

The governor said to them, "Which of the two do you want me to release for you?" "Bar-Abbas," they said.

One of them ran off at once and took a sponge, which he soaked in vinegar and put on the end of a stick to give him a drink.

and put it in his new tomb, which he had cut in the rock; then, after rolling a large boulder to the opening of the tomb, he went away.

and as they could not get near Jesus on account of the crowd they tore up the roof under which he stood and through the opening they lowered the pallet on which the paralytic lay.

Which is the easier thing, to tell the paralytic, 'Your sins are forgiven,' or to tell him, 'Rise, lift your pallet, and go away'?

He went into the house of God (Abiathar was high priest then) and ate the loaves of the Presence which no one except the priests is allowed to eat, and also shared them with his followers."

then he took the child's hand and said to her, "Talitha koum" ??which may be translated, "Little girl, I am telling you to rise."

and he took the five loaves and the two fish, and looking up to heaven he blessed them, broke the loaves in pieces which he handed to the disciples to set before them, and divided the two fish among them all.

besides, the fragments of bread and of fish which were picked up filled twelve baskets.

That is repealing the word of God in the interests of the tradition which you keep up. And you do many things like that."

and looking up to heaven with a sigh he said to him, "Ephphatha" (which means, Open).

So the people ate and were satisfied, and they picked up seven baskets of fragments which were left over.

They said nothing, for on the road they had been disputing about which of them was the greatest.

saying to them, "Go to the village in front of you. As soon as you enter it you will find a colt tethered, on which no one has ever sat; untether it and bring it here.

for those days will be days of misery, the like of which has never been from the beginning of God's creation until now ??no and never shall be.

Now when he was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, lying at table, a woman came up with an alabaster flask of pure nard perfume, which had cost a great sum; the flask she broke and poured the perfume over his head.

then they dressed him in purple, put on his head a crown of thorns which they had plaited,

and they led him to the place called Golgotha (which means the place of a skull).

He, after buying a linen sheet, took him down and swathed him in the linen, laying him in a tomb which had been cut out of the rock and rolling a boulder up against the opening of the tomb.

Afterwards he appeared at table to the eleven themselves and reproached them for their unbelief and dulness of mind, because they had not believed those who saw him risen from the dead. [But they excused themselves, saying, "This age of lawlessness and unbelief lies under the sway of Satan, who will not allow what lies under the unclean spirits to understand the truth and power of God; therefore," they said to Christ, "reveal your righteousness now." Christ answered them, "The term of years for Satan's power has now expired, but other terrors are at hand. I was delivered to death on behalf of sinners, that they might return to the truth and sin no more, that they might inherit that glory of righteousness which is spiritual and imperishable in heaven."]

When they saw this they told people about the word which had been spoken to them about the child;

which thou hast prepared before the face of all the peoples,

they rose up, put him out of the town, and brought him to the brow of the hill on which their town was built, in order to hurl him down.

So he entered one of the boats, which belonged to Simon, and asked him to push out a little from the land. Then he sat down and taught the people from the boat.

Which is the easier thing, to say, 'Your sins are forgiven,' or to say, 'Rise and walk'?

As they were unable to pay, he freely forgave them both. Tell me, now, which of them will love him most?"

A dispute arose among them as to which of them was the greatest.

Which of these three men, in your opinion, proved a neighbour to the man who fell among the robbers?"

but when a stronger man attacks and conquers him, he seizes the panoply on which he relied and divides up the spoil.

Now if God so clothes grass which blooms to-day in the field and is thrown to-morrow into the furnace, will he not much more clothe you? O men, how little you trust him!

that servant's lord and master will arrive on a day when he does not expect him and at an hour which he does not know; he will cut him in two and assign him the fate of unbelievers.

It is like a grain of mustard-seed which a man took and put into his orchard, where it grew up and became a tree, and the wild birds roosted in its branches."

It is like dough which a woman took and buried in three pecks of flour, till all of it was leavened."

"Which of you," he said to them, "when an ass or an ox has fallen into a well, will not pull him out at once upon the sabbath day?"

Jesus said to him, "There was a man who was giving a large supper, to which he had invited a number of guests.

For which of you wants to build a tower and does not first sit down to calculate the expense, to see if he has enough money to complete it? ??29 in case, after he has laid the foundation and then is unable to finish the building, all the spectators start to make fun of him,

Which of you, with a servant out ploughing or shepherding, will say to him when he comes in from the field, 'Come at once and take your place at table'?

saying, "Go to the village in front, and on entering it you will find a colt tethered on which no one ever has sat; untether it and bring it.

Now the feast of unleavened bread which is called the passover was near.

and tell the owner of the house, 'The Teacher asks you, Where is the room in which I can eat the passover with my disciples?'

And he took a cup which was handed to him, gave thanks to God and said, "Take this and distribute it among yourselves,

And they began to discuss among themselves which of them could possibly be going to do such a thing.

(This was a man who had been put into prison on account of a riot which had taken place in the city and also on a charge of murder.)

Now they approached the village to which they were going. He pretended to be going further on,

Now Jesus turned, and when he observed them coming after him, he asked them, "What do you want?" They replied, "Rabbi" (which may be translated, 'teacher'), "where are you staying?"

In the morning he met his brother Simon and told him, "We have found the messiah" (which may be translated, 'Christ').

and when the manager of the feast tasted the water which had become wine, not knowing where it had come from (though the servants who had drawn it knew), he called the bridegroom

When he was in Jerusalem at the festival of the passover, many people believed in his name, as they witnessed the Signs which he performed.

and in so doing he arrived at a Samaritan town called Sychar; it lay near the territory which Jacob had given to his son Joseph,

The woman said to him, "Well, I know messiah (which means Christ) is coming. When he arrives, he will explain it all to us."

This was the second Sign which Jesus performed again after leaving Judaea for Galilee.

Now in Jerusalem there is a bath beside the sheep-pool, which is called in Hebrew Bethzatha; it has five porticoes,

But I possess a testimony greater than that of John, for the deeds which the Father has granted me to accomplish, the very deeds on which I am engaged, are my testimony that the Father has sent me.

Next day the crowd which had been left standing on the other side of the sea bethought them that only one boat had been there, and that Jesus had not gone aboard with his disciples, who had left by themselves.

Now the Jews murmured at him for saying, "I am the bread which has come down from heaven."

I am the living bread which has come down from heaven; if anyone eats of this bread, he will live for ever; and more, the bread I will give is my flesh, given for the life of the world."

Such is the bread which has come down from heaven: your ancestors ate their bread and died, but he who feeds on this bread will live for ever."

(he meant by this the Spirit which those who believed in him were to receive: ??as yet there was no Spirit, because Jesus had not been glorified yet).

With these words he spat on the ground and made clay with the saliva, which he smeared on the man's eyes,

To which he replied, "I do not know whether he is a sinner; one thing I do know, that once I was blind and now I can see."

Jesus replied, "I have let you see many a good deed of God; for which of them do you mean to stone me?"

The disciples looked at each other, at a loss to know which of them he meant.