And Joseph's lord will take him and put him into the house of the fortress, the place where the king's prisoners were bound; and he shall be there in the house of the fortress. And Jehovah will be with Joseph, and will extend to him kindness, and will give his grace in the eyes of the chief of the house of the fortress. And the chief of the house of the fortress will give into Joseph's hand all the prisoners that were in the house of the fortress; and all which was done there he was doing. read more.
The chief of the house of the fortress saw not all the things in his hand, because Jehovah was with him: and what he did Jehovah prospering.
And Israel will say to Joseph, Are not thy brethren feeding in Shechem? Come, and I will send thee to them. And he will say, Behold me. And he will say to him, Go, now, see the peace of thy brethren, and the peace of the sheep; and turn back to me word: and he will send him from the valley of Hebron and he will go to Shechem. And a man will find him, and behold, he wandered in the field. And the man will ask him, saying, What wilt thou seek? read more.
And he will say, I am seeking my brethren; announce to me now where they are feeding. And the man will say, They -removed from this; for I heard them saying, We will go to Dothan. And Joseph will go after his brethren and will find them in Dothan. And they will see him from far off and before he will draw near to them, and they will act deceitfully with him, to kill him. And a man will say to his brother, Behold, this lord of dreams coming. And now, come, and we will kill him, and throw him into one of the pits; and we will say, An evil beast devoured him: and we shall see what will be his dreams. And Reuben will hear, and will take him away out of their hands; and he will say, We will not strike the soul And Reuben will say to them, Ye shall not pour out blood; cast him into this pit which is in the desert, and ye shall not stretch forth the hand upon him; in order to take him away out of their hands to bring him back to his father. And it shall be as Joseph came to his brethren, and they will strip off his tunic, the tunic reaching to the soles of the feet which was upon him. And they will take him and will throw him into the pit; and the pit empty; water not in it And they will sit down to eat bread, and they will lift up their eyes, and will see, and behold travellers, Ishmaelites come from Gilead, and their camels bearing perfumes and balsam and myrrh, going to carry down to Egypt And Judah will say to his brethren, What the profit that we shall kill our brother, and conceal his blood? Come, and we will sell him to the Ishmaelites, and our hand shall not be upon him; for he our brother, our flesh: and his brethren will hear. And men will pass by, Midianites, merchants; and they will draw and bring up Joseph from the pit, and they will sell Joseph to the Ishmaelites for twenty of silver: and they will bring Joseph to Egypt And Reuben turned back to the pit; and behold, Joseph not in the pit: and he rent his garments. And he will turn back to his brethren, and he will say, The child is not: and I, where shall I go? And they will take Joseph's tunic, and will slaughter a he-goat of the goats, and will dip the tunic in the blood. And they will send the tunic, reaching down to the soles of the feet., and will bring to their father, and they will say, We found this: recognise now, is this thy son's tunic or not? And he will recognise it, and will say, My son's tunic an evil beast devoured him: tearing in pieces, he tare Joseph in pieces. And Jacob will rend his garments, and will put sackcloth upon his loins, and will mourn for his son many days. And all his sons and all his daughters, will rise up to comfort him; and he will refuse to be comforted; and will say, For I will go down to my son mourning to hadas; and his father will weep for him. And the Midianites sold him in Egypt to Potiphar, an eunuch of Pharaoh chief of the cooks.
And it will be the end of two years of days, and Pharaoh dreamed; and behold, he stood by the river. And behold, from the river came up seven heifers, fair of look and fat in flesh; and they will feed in marsh grass. Behold, seven other heifers coming up after them out of the river, evil of look, thin in flesh; and they will stand by the heifers by the lip of the river. read more.
And the heifers evil of look and thin of flesh, will devour the seven heifers fair of look, and fat. And Pharaoh will awake. And he will sleep, and will dream the second time, and behold seven ears coming upon one stalk, fat and good. And behold, seven ears thin and blasted by the east, springing up after them. And the thin ears will devour the seven ears fat and full. And Pharaoh will awake, and behold, a dream. And it will be in the morning, and his soul will be troubled; and he will send and call all the sacred scribes of Egypt, and all his wise; and Pharaoh will relate to them his dream; and none interpreting them to Pharaoh. And the chief of the cup-bearers will speak to Pharaoh, saying, I, remembering my sin this day. Pharaoh was angry with his servants, and gave me in guard in the house of the chief of the cooks, me and the chief of the bakers. And we dreamed a dream in one night, I and he: we dreamed a man according to the interpretation of his dream. And there with us a Hebrew youth, servant to the chief of the cooks: and we shall relate to him, and he will interpret to us our dreams; and he interpreted a man according to his dream. And it will be according to that he interpreted to us, thus it was: me he restored to my place, and him he hung. And Pharaoh will send and call Joseph, and they will cause him to run from the pit; and he will be shaved and will change his garments; and he will come to Pharaoh. And Pharaoh will say to Joseph, I dreamed a dream, and there is none interpreting it, and I heard concerning thee, saying, Thou wilt hear a dream to interpret it And Joseph will answer Pharaoh, saying, Not in me: God. will answer Pharaoh with peace. And Pharaoh will say to Joseph, In my dream I stood by the lip of the river And behold, from the river came up seven heifers, fat of flesh and fair of form, and they will feed in marsh grass. And behold, seven other heifers coming up after them, poor and evil exceedingly, in form, and thin in flesh I saw not like them in all the land of Egypt for evil. And the heifers thin and evil will devour the first seven fat heifers. And they shall come into their belly, and they shall not know that they came into their belly; and evil of form as that in the beginning. And I shall awake. And I shall see in my dream, and behold, seven ears coming up in one stalk, full and good. And behold, seven ears dry, thin, blasted by the east, springing up after them. And the thin ears will swallow the seven good ears: and I spake to the sacred scribes, and there was none announcing to me. And Joseph will say to Pharaoh, The dream of Pharaoh, one: this which he did; God announces to Pharaoh. The seven good heifers, they are seven years; and the seven good ears, they are seven years: this dream one. And the seven heifers, thin and evil, coming up after them, they are seven years; and the seven ears, thin, blasted by the east, shall be seven years of famine. This the word which I spake to Pharaoh: what God did, he showed Pharaoh. Behold, seven years coming of great plenty, in all the land of Egypt And seven years of famine arose after them, and all the plenty was forgotten in the land of Egypt; and the famine consumed the land. And the plenty shall not be known in the land on account of the famine after this; for it shall be exceedingly heavy. And because of the repeating of Pharaoh's dream twice, that the word was prepared from God; and God is hastening to do it And now will Pharaoh look out a man discerning and wise, and set him over the land of Egypt And will Pharaoh make and appoint overseers over the land, exacting a fifth part of the land of Egypt, in the seven years of plenty. And they shall gather all the food of these good years coming, and they shall heap up the grain under the hand of Pharaoh, and they shall watch food in the cities. And the food was for a deposit to the land, for the seven years of famine, which shall be in the land of Egypt; and the land shall not be cut off in the famine. And the word will be good in the eyes of Pharaoh, and in the eyes of all his servants. And Pharaoh will say to his servants, Shall we find such as this man which has the spirit of God in him? And Pharaoh will say to Joseph, After that God showed thee all this, none discerning and wise as thou. Thou shalt be over my house, and to thy mouth all my people shall bend: only upon the throne I shall be great above thee. And Pharaoh will say to Joseph, See, I gave thee over all the land of Egypt And Pharaoh will remove his signet ring from his hand, and will give it upon Joseph's hand; and will put upon him a white garment, and will put a gold collar about his neck. And he will cause him to ride in the second chariot which is to him. And they will cry out before him, Aback. And he gave him over all the land of Egypt. And Pharaoh will say to Joseph, I am Pharaoh; and without thee, a man shall not lift up his hand and his foot in all the land of Egypt
And when he ceased speaking, he said to Simon, Sail out into the deep, and slacken your nets for fishing. And Simon having answered, said to him, Commander, wearied for the whole-night, we took nothing: but at thy word I will slacken the net. And having done this, they enclosed a great multitude of fishes, and their net broke through; read more.
And they nodded to partners, those in the other ship, that having come they should succor them. And they came and filled both ships, so that they were sinking. And Simon Peter fell upon his knees before Jesus, saying, Go out from me; for I am a sinful man, O Lord.
And morning being already come, Jesus stood on the sea-shore: yet the disciples knew not that it is Jesus. Then says Jesus to them, Children, have ye nothing cooked to eat? They answered him, No. And he said to them, Cast the net to the right parts of the ship, and ye shall find. Therefore they cast, and were no more able to draw it, from the multitude of fishes. read more.
Then that disciple says, whom Jesus loved, to Peter, It is the Lord. Then Simon Peter having heard that it is the Lord, girded round the upper garment, (for he was naked,) and cast himself into the sea. And the other disciples came in a little ship; (for they were not far from land, but as from two hundred cubits) dragging the net of fishes. When therefore they came away to the land, they see a heap of burning coals laid, and little fish laid upon, and bread. Jesus says to them, Bring ye from the little fishes which ye have now caught. Simon Peter went up, and drew the net upon the earth, full of great fishes, an hundred and fifty-three: and being so many, the net was not split.
And Moses and Aaron will gather together the gathering before the rock, and he will say to them, Hear, now, ye rebellious: from this rock shall we bring forth to you water? And Moses will lift up his hand and will smite the rock with the rod twice, and many waters will come forth, and the assembly will drink and their cattle. And Jehovah will say to Moses, and to Aaron, Because ye believed not in me, to consecrate me before the eyes of the sons of Israel, for this, ye shall not bring in this gathering to the land which I gave to them.
And I shall entreat Jehovah in that time, saying, O Lord Jehovah, thou didst begin to cause thy servant to see thy greatness and thy strong hand: for what God in the heavens and in the earth will do according to thy works and according to thy strength? Shall I now pass over and see the good land which is beyond Jordan, this good mountain, and Lebanon? read more.
And Jehovah will pass by me on account of you, and he heard not to me: and Jehovah said to me, It was enough to thee; thou shalt not add to speak more to me concerning this word.
Make to thee a box of pitch wood; nests shalt thou make in the ark, and cover it from within and from without with pitch. And this which thou shalt make it, three hundred cubits the length of the ark; fifty cubits its breadth, and thirty cubits its height Light shall thou make to the ark, and to a cubit shalt thou complete it from the ascent; and the entrance of the ark thou shalt set in its side; the lower parts the two and the three shalt thou make. read more.
And I, lo I, will bring in an inundation of waters upon the earth to destroy all flesh in which is the breath of life from underneath the heavens; all which is in the earth shall die. And I set up my covenant with thee; and thou shalt come in to the ark, thou, and thy sons, and thy wife, and thy sons' wives with thee. And from every living thing of all flesh, two of all shalt thou bring in to the ark, to preserve alive with thee: male and female shall they be. From birds according to its kind, and cattle according to their kind; of every creeping thing of the earth after its kind, two from all shall come to thee to preserve alive. And take thou to thee of all food which shall be eaten, and thou shalt collect to thee, and it shall be to thee and to them for food. And Noah will do all which God commanded him; so did he.
And Samuel will take a flask of oil and pour upon his head, and he will kiss him and say, Is it not that Jehovah anointed thee for leader over his inheritance?
And to the two men spying the land Joshua said, Go in to the house of the woman, the harlot, and bring forth from thence the woman and all which is to her, as ye sware to her. And the young men spying will go in and bring forth Rehab, and her father and her mother and her brethren, and all which is to her; and all her families they will bring forth, and they will leave them without the camp of Israel And they burnt the city in fire and all which is in it: only the silver and the gold and the vessels of brass and iron they gave to the treasury of the house of Jehovah.
And to Jonathan, Saul's son, a son smitten in the feet: he was the son of five years in the news coming of Saul and Jonathan from Jezreel, and his nurse will lift him up and flee: and it will be in her springing up to flee, and he will fall, and he will be lame: and his name Mephibosheth.
And they will rise early in the morning and go forth to the desert of Tekoa: and in their going forth Jehoshaphat stood, and he will say, Hear me, O Judah, and ye inhabiting Jerusalem; Believe in Jehovah your God and ye shall be firm; believe in his prophets and prosper. And he will counsel to the people, and he will set up those singing to Jehovah, and those praising to the ornaments of holiness, in their going out before the strong, and saying, Confess ye to Jehovah; his mercy is forever. And in the time they began in rejoicing and praising, Jehovah gave ambushes against the sons of Ammon, Moab, and mount Seir, coming against Judah; and they will be smitten. read more.
For the sons of Ammon and Moab will stand up against those inhabiting mount Seir to utterly destroy and to cut off: and in their finishing upon those inhabiting Seir they helped each against his neighbor for destruction. And Judah came upon the watchtower to the desert, and they will look towards the multitude, and behold them corpses falling to the earth, and none escaping.
Till when the sun shall not be darkened, and the light, and the moon, and the stars, and the clouds turned not back after the rain: In the day those watching the house shall tremble, and the strong men bent themselves, and the grinders ceased for they were few, and they looking through the lattice were darkened, And the doors were shut in the street, in the lowness of the voice of the grinding, and he shall rise up at the voice of the bird, and all the daughters of the song shall bow down; read more.
Also from height they shall be afraid, and being dismayed in the way, and the almond tree shall be despised, and the locust shall become a burden, and the caperberry shall fail: for man shall go to his eternal house, and they mourning, went about in the street: Till when the cord of silver shall be removed far off, and the bowl of gold be broken, and the bucket shall be broken at the fountain, and the wheel broken at the cistern. And the dust shall turn back to the earth as it was, and the spirit shall turn back to God who gave it.
And behold, I will send the boy: Go find the arrows. If saying, I say to the boy, Behold, the arrows from thee, and behold, take it: and come, for peace to thee, and not a word; Jehovah lives. And if saying thus to the young man, Behold, the arrows from thee, and forward; go: for Jehovah sent thee away. And the word which we spake, I and thou, behold, Jehovah between me and between thee forever. read more.
And David will hide in the field: and it will be the new moon, and the king will sit down to the bread to eat And the king will sit upon his seat as from time to time, to a seat of the wall: and Jonathan will rise, and Abner will sit by Saul's side, and David's seat will be reviewed. And Saul spake not anything in that day, for he said, It is an accident; he is not clean; for he is not clean. And on the morrow, of the month the second, and David's place will be reviewed: and Saul will say to Jonathan his son, Wherefore came not the son of Jesse also yesterday, also this day to the bread? And Jonathan will answer to Saul, Asking, David asked of me even for the House of Bread: And he will say, Send me away now, for a sacrifice of the family to us in the city; and my brother he commanded me: and now if I found grace in thine eyes, I will slip away now and see my brethren. For this he came not to the table of the king. And Saul's anger will kindle against Jonathan, and he will say to him, Son of crooked rebelliousness, did I not know that thou choosest to the son of Jesse to thy shame and to the shame of thy mother's nakedness? For all the days which the son of Jesse lives upon the earth, thou shalt not stand, and thy kingdom. And now send and take him to me, for he is the son of death. And Jonathan will answer Saul his father and say to him, Wherefore shall he die? What did he? And Saul will lift up his spear against him to strike him, and Jonathan will know that it was finished from his father to kill David. And Jonathan will rise from the table in the heat of wrath, and he will not eat bread in the day of the month the second, for he was grieved for David because his father reproached him. And it will be in the morning, and Jonathan will go forth to the field to the appointment, David and a small boy with him. And he will say to the boy, Run, find now the arrows which I shoot The boy ran, and he shot the arrows beyond him. And the boy will go even to the place of the arrows which Jonathan shot, and Jonathan will call after the boy and say, Is not the arrow from thee and forward? And Jonathan will call after the boy, Be quick, hasten, thou shalt not stand. And Jonathan's boy will take up the arrows and come to his lord. And the boy knew not anything: but Jonathan and David knew the word. And Jonathan will give his utensils to the boy that is to him, and he will say to him, Go, bring into the city.
And Jehovah will say to Samuel, How long mournest thou for Saul, and I rejected him from being king over Israel? Fill thy horn with oil, and go; I will send thee to Jesse of the House of Bread, for I saw among his sons a king to me. And Samuel will say, How shall I go? and Saul hearing, and killing me. And Jehovah will say, Thou shalt take a heifer of the cows in thy hand and say, To sacrifice to Jehovah I came. And call Jesse to the sacrifice, and I will make known to thee what thou shalt do: and anoint to me whom I say to thee. read more.
And Samuel will do what Jehovah spake, and he will go to the House of Bread. And the old men of the city will tremble to meet him, and say, Thy coming peace? And he will say, Peace: to sacrifice to Jehovah I came: be ye consecrated and come with me to the sacrifice. And he will consecrate Jesse and his sons, and call for them to the sacrifice. And it will be in their coming, and he will see Eliab, and he said, Surely, before Jehovah his Messiah. And Jehovah will say to Samuel, Thou shalt not look upon his aspect or upon the height of his stature; for I rejected him: for not what man will see, for man will see with the eyes, and Jehovah will see at the heart And Jesse will call for Abinadab, and he will cause him to pass by before Samuel. And he will say, Also this Jehovah chose not And Jesse will cause Shammah to pass by. And he will say, Also in this Jehovah chose not And Jesse will cause seven of his sons to pass by before Samuel: and Samuel will say to Jesse, Jehovah chose not in these. And Samuel will say to Jesse, Are these the whole of the boys? And he will say, The small was yet left, and behold, he fed among the sheep. And Samuel will say to Jesse, Send and take him, for we will not turn about till his coming here. And he will send and bring him. And he red, with beauty of eyes, and good of sight And Jehovah will say, Arise, anoint him: for this is he. And Samuel will take the horn of oil and he will anoint him in the midst of his brethren: and the spirit of Jehovah will cleave to David from that day and over. And Samuel will rise and go to Ramab. And the spirit of Jehovah departed from Saul, and an evil spirit from Jehovah terrified him.
And Jacob will boil a boiling, and Esau will come from the country, and he faint And Esau will say to Jacob, Give me now to eat from the red; this red, for I faint: for this he called his name Edom. And Jacob will say, Sell this day thy birth-right to me. read more.
And Esau will say, Behold, I am going to die, and what to me this birthright? And Jacob will say, Swear to me this day: and he will swear to him: and he will sell his birth-right to Jacob. And Jacob gave Esau food, and the boiling of lentiles; and he will eat and drink and will rise and go forth: and Esau will despise the birth-right
And he will rise and go to Zarephath, and will come to the entrance of the city, and behold there a widow woman gathering wood: and he will call to her, and say, Take now to me a little water in a vessel, and I will drink. And she will go to take, and he will call to her and say, Take now to me a bit of bread in thy hand. And she will say, Jehovah thy God lives, if there is to me a cake, but a handful of flour in a bucket, and a little oil in a cruse: and behold me gathering two woods, and I went to do it for me and for my son, and we shall eat and die. read more.
And Elijah will say to her, Thou shalt not fear; go and do according to thy word: but make to me from thence a little cake at first, and bring forth to me, and for thee and for thy son thou shalt make at last For thus said Jehovah the God of Israel, The bucket of flour shall not be spent, and the cruse of oil shall not fail until the day Jehovah shall give rain upon the face of the earth. And she will go and do according to the word of Elijah: and she will eat, she and he, and her house, days. The bucket of flour was not spent, and the cruse of oil failed no; according to the word of Jehovah which he spake by the hand of Elijah.
And Sarah will see the son of Hagar the Egyptian, which she brought forth to Abraham, laughing. And she will say to Abraham, Cast out this maid-servant and her son; for the son of this maid-servant shall not inherit with my son, with Isaak. And the word was greatly evil in the eyes of Abraham, on account of his son. read more.
And God will say to Abraham, It shall not be evil in thine eyes concerning the boy, and concerning thy maidservant; all which Sarah shall say to thee, hear to her voice; for in Isaak the seed shall be called to thee. And also the son of this maid-servant, I will make him into a nation, for he is thy seed. And Abraham will rise early in the morning, and take food, and a leathern bottle of water, and give to Hagar (putting upon her shoulder), and the child, and will send her away: and she will go forth and wander in the desert to the well of the oath. And the waters shall be spent in the water skin, and she will cast the child under one of the shrubs. And she will go and seat herself from over against., being far off as the bending of a bow: for she said, I will not see the death of the child. And she will seat herself from over against, and she will lift up her voice and weep. And God will hear the voice of the child: and the messenger of God will call to Hagar from the heavens, and will say to her, What to thee Hagar? thou. shalt not fear, for God heard the voice of the child, from where he is. Arise, lift up the child, and fasten thy hand upon him; for I will make him into a great nation. And God will open her eyes, and she will see a well of waters, and will go and fill the water skin with water, and will give the child to drink. And God will be with the child; and he will be great, and dwell in the desert, and will be to increase the bow.
And it shall be after these words, and God tried Abraham, and he will say to him, Abraham: and he will say, Behold, here I. And he will say, Take now thy son, thine only, whom thou didst love, Isaak, and go by thyself to the land of Moriah; and carry him there for a burnt offering upon one of the mountains of which I told thee. And Abraham will rise early in the morning, and will saddle his ass, and will take two of his boys with him, and Isaak his son, and he will cleave the wood for the burnt offering, and will rise up and go to the place God spake to him. read more.
In the third day, Abraham will lift up his eyes and will see the place from far And Abraham will say to his boys, Sit ye here in this place with the ass; I and the boy will go even there and worship, and will turn back to you. And Abraham will take the wood of the burnt offering, and put upon Isaak his son; and will take in his hand the fire and the knife, and they will go, they two together. And Isaak will say to Abraham his father, and he will say, My father: and he will say, Behold, me, my son: And he will say, Behold the fire and the wood, and where the sheep for a burnt offering? And Abraham will say, God will see to himself the sheep for a burnt-offering my son: and they will go, they two together. And they will come to the place which God said to him; and Abraham will build an altar there, and put in order the wood: and he will find Isaak his son, and put him upon the altar, upon the wood. And Abraham will stretch out the hand and will take the knife to slaughter his son. And the messenger of Jehovah will call to him out of the heavens, and will say, Abraham, Abraham. And he will say, Behold me. And he will say, Thou shalt not put forth thy hand upon the boy, and thou shalt do nothing to him; for now I know that thou feared God, and thou didst not spare thy son thine only, from me. And Abraham will lift up his eyes, and will see and behold a ram behind, being held in a thicket by his horns: and Abraham will come and take the ram and bring it for a burnt offering instead of his son.
And Jacob will dwell in the land of his father's sojournings, in the land of Canaan. These the generations of Jacob: Joseph the son of seventeen years, was feeding the sheep with his brethren, and this youth with the sons of Bilhah and with the sons of Zilpah, his father's wives: and Joseph will bring their evil slander to their father. And Israel loved Joseph above all his sons, for to him he was the son of old age: and he made for him a tunic (reaching to the soles of the feet). read more.
And his brethren will see that their father loved him above all his brethren, and they will hate him, and will not be able to speak to him for peace. And Joseph will dream a dream, and he will announce to his brethren: and they will add yet to hate him. And he will say to them, Hear, now, this dream which I dreamed. And behold, we binding sheaves in the midst of the field; and behold, my sheaf arose, and also stood; and behold your sheaves will turn about and will worship to my sheaf. And his brethren will say to him, Reigning, shalt thou reign over us? or ruling, shalt thou rule over us? And they will add yet to hate him for his dreams and for his words. And he will dream yet another dream, and he will recount it to his brethren, and he will say, Behold I dreamed a dream yet again: and behold, the sun and the moon and the eleven stars worshipping to me. And he will recount to his father and to his brethren. And his father will rebuke him, and will say to him, What this dream which thou didst dream? Coming, shall I and thy mother and thy brethren come to worship to thee upon the earth? And his brethren will envy him; and his father observed the word. And his brethren will go to feed their father's sheep in Shechem. And Israel will say to Joseph, Are not thy brethren feeding in Shechem? Come, and I will send thee to them. And he will say, Behold me. And he will say to him, Go, now, see the peace of thy brethren, and the peace of the sheep; and turn back to me word: and he will send him from the valley of Hebron and he will go to Shechem. And a man will find him, and behold, he wandered in the field. And the man will ask him, saying, What wilt thou seek? And he will say, I am seeking my brethren; announce to me now where they are feeding. And the man will say, They -removed from this; for I heard them saying, We will go to Dothan. And Joseph will go after his brethren and will find them in Dothan. And they will see him from far off and before he will draw near to them, and they will act deceitfully with him, to kill him. And a man will say to his brother, Behold, this lord of dreams coming. And now, come, and we will kill him, and throw him into one of the pits; and we will say, An evil beast devoured him: and we shall see what will be his dreams. And Reuben will hear, and will take him away out of their hands; and he will say, We will not strike the soul And Reuben will say to them, Ye shall not pour out blood; cast him into this pit which is in the desert, and ye shall not stretch forth the hand upon him; in order to take him away out of their hands to bring him back to his father. And it shall be as Joseph came to his brethren, and they will strip off his tunic, the tunic reaching to the soles of the feet which was upon him. And they will take him and will throw him into the pit; and the pit empty; water not in it And they will sit down to eat bread, and they will lift up their eyes, and will see, and behold travellers, Ishmaelites come from Gilead, and their camels bearing perfumes and balsam and myrrh, going to carry down to Egypt And Judah will say to his brethren, What the profit that we shall kill our brother, and conceal his blood? Come, and we will sell him to the Ishmaelites, and our hand shall not be upon him; for he our brother, our flesh: and his brethren will hear. And men will pass by, Midianites, merchants; and they will draw and bring up Joseph from the pit, and they will sell Joseph to the Ishmaelites for twenty of silver: and they will bring Joseph to Egypt And Reuben turned back to the pit; and behold, Joseph not in the pit: and he rent his garments. And he will turn back to his brethren, and he will say, The child is not: and I, where shall I go? And they will take Joseph's tunic, and will slaughter a he-goat of the goats, and will dip the tunic in the blood. And they will send the tunic, reaching down to the soles of the feet., and will bring to their father, and they will say, We found this: recognise now, is this thy son's tunic or not? And he will recognise it, and will say, My son's tunic an evil beast devoured him: tearing in pieces, he tare Joseph in pieces. And Jacob will rend his garments, and will put sackcloth upon his loins, and will mourn for his son many days.
And behold, a woman discharging blood twelve years, having come near behind, touched the hem of his garment: For she said in herself, If I should only touch the hem of his garment, I shall be saved. And Jesus having turned round, and seeing her, said, Take courage, daughter; thy faith has saved thee. And the woman was saved from that hour.
Then shall the kingdom of the heavens be likened to ten virgins, who having taken their lanterns, went forth to the meeting of the bridegroom. And five of them were discerning, and five foolish. Those foolish having taken their lanterns, took no oil with them. read more.
And the discerning took oil in their vessels with their lanterns. And the bridegroom delaying, they all slumbered and slept. And in the middle of the night there was a cry, Behold, the bridegroom comes; go ye forth to his meeting. Then all these virgins were aroused, and put their lanterns in order. And the foolish said to the discerning, Give us of your oil; for our lights are quenched. And the discerning answered, saying, Lest it should not suffice us and you: but go ye rather to those selling, and buy for yourselves. And they, going to buy, the bridegroom came; and they prepared, went in with him to the nuptials; and the door was locked. And afterwards came also the rest of the virgins, saying, Lord, Lord, open to us. And he having answered said, Truly I say to you, I know you not. Watch, therefore, for ye know not the day, neither the hour, in which the Son of man comes.
And he will lift, up the wide cloak of Elijah which fell from above him, and he will turn back and stand by the lip of Jordan. And he will take the wide cloak of Elijah which fell from off him and strike the waters, and say, Where is Jehovah the God of Elijah, even he? And he will strike the waters and they will divide hence and thence, and Elisha will pass through.
And the child will grow; and the day will be and he will go forth to his father to those reaping. And he will say to his father, My head, my head. And he will say to the boy, Lift him up to his mother. And he will lift him up and bring him to his mother, and he will lift him up and bring him to his mother, and he will sit upon her knees till noon, and he will die. read more.
And she will go up and lay him down upon the bed of the man of God, and she will shut up after her and go forth. And she will call to her husband and say, Send now to me one of the boys, and one of the she asses, and I will run even to the man of God, and I will turn back And he will say, Wherefore goest thou to him this day? not new moon, and not Sabbath. And she will say, Peace. And she will saddle the ass, and say to her boy, Lead on, and go; thou shalt not hold back for me to ride except I said to thee. And she will go and come to the man of God to mount Carmel. And it will be when the man of God saw her from opposite, and he will say to Gehazi his boy, Behold this Shunamitess. Now run now to her meeting, and say to her, Is peace to thee? and to thy husband? and peace to the child And she will say, Peace. And she will come to the man of God to the mountain, and she will lay hold upon his feet; and Gehazi will come near to push her away; and the man of God will say, Let go to her, for her soul is bitter to her: and Jehovah hid from me and announced not to me. And she will say, Did I ask a son from my lord? said I not, Thou shalt not deceive me? And he will say to Gehazi, Gird up thy loins and take my prop in thy hand, and go: If thou shalt find a man, thou shalt not praise him; and if a man shall praise thee, thou shalt not answer him: and put my prop upon the face of the boy. And the mother of the boy will say, Jehovah lives and thy soul lives, I will not leave thee. And he will rise and go after her. And Gehazi passed over before them, and he will put the prop upon the face of the boy, and no voice and no attention. And he will turn back to meet him; and he will announce to him, saying, The boy awaked not And Elisha will go into the house, and behold, the boy dead, lying upon his bed. And he will go in and shut the door after them two, and he will pray to Jehovah. And he will come up and lie down upon the child, and put his mouth upon his mouth, and his eyes upon his eyes, and his hands upon his hand; and he will bow himself upon him, and the flesh of the child will be warm. And he will turn back and go into the house, once hence, and once thence; and he will go up, and he will bow himself upon him: and the boy will sneeze, even to seven times; and the boy will open his eyes. And he will call to Gehazi and say, Call to this Shunamitess. And he will call her, and she will come to him, and he will say, Lift up thy son.
And Jehovah will send Nathan to David. And he will come in to him and say to him, Two men were in one city.; one rich and one poor. To the rich was sheep and oxen exceeding many: And to the poor, not anything except one little ewe lamb which he found, and he will save it alive: and it will grow with him and with his sons together; it will eat from his morsel and will drink from his cup, and will lie in his bosom, and be to him as a daughter. read more.
And a traveler will come to the rich man, and he will spare to take from his sheep and from his oxen to do for the wayfarer coming to him; and he will take the poor man's ewe lamb and do for the man coming to him. And David's anger will kindle against the man greatly, and he will say to Nathan, Jehovah lives, for the man doing this is the son of death. And the ewe lamb he shall requite four-fold, because he did this word, and because he spared not
And Athaliah mother of Ahaziah, and she saw that her son dead; and she will rise and destroy all the seed of the kingdom. And Jehosheba daughter of king Joram, sister of Ahaziah, will take Joash son of Ahaziah, and steal him from the midst of the king's sons being slain, him and his nurse in the bed-chamber, and they will hide him from the face of Athaliah, and he was not killed. And he will be with her in the house of Jehovah being hid six years. And Athaliah reigned over the land. read more.
And in the seventh year Jehoida will send and take the captains of hundreds for executioners, and for runners, and he will bring them to him to the house of Jehovah, and he will cut out to them a covenant, and he will cause them to swear in the house of Jehovah, and he will cause them to see the king's son. And he will command them saying, This the word which ye shall do: The third of you coming in the Sabbath and watching the: watches of the king's house; And the third in the gate of Sur; and a third in the gate behind the runners: and watch the watches of the house from being swept away. And two hands among you. all going forth the Sabbath, and watch ye the watches of the house of Jehovah for the king. And surround upon the king round about, a man and his weapon in, his hand: and he coming into the ranks shall be slain. And be ye with, the king in his going forth and in his coming And the captains of hundreds will do according to all that Jehoida the priest commanded: and they will take each his men going in the Sabbath, with those going forth the Sabbath, and they will come to Jehoida the priest And the priest will give to the captains of hundreds the spears: and shields: which were to king David, Which were in the house of Jehovah. And the runners will stand, a man his weapon in his hand, from the right shoulder of the house even to the left shoulder of the house, to the altar and to the house by the king round about And he will bring forth the king's son, and he will give upon him the diadem and the testimonies; and they will make him king, and: anoint him and they will strike the hand and say, The king shall live.
And it will be as he finished to speak to Saul, and the soul of Jonathan was bound with the soul of David, and Jonathan will love him as his soul. And Saul will take him in that day and he gave him not to turn back to the house of his father. And Jonathan and David will cut out a covenant in his loving him as his soul read more.
And Jonathan will strip off the upper garment which is upon him and will give it to David, and his garments, and even to his sword, and even to his bow, and even to his girdle.
In the beginning God formed the heavens and the earth. And the earth was desolation and emptiness, and darkness over the face of the deep: and the spirit of God moved over the face of the waters. And God will say there shall be light, and there shall be light read more.
And God will see the light that it is good, and God will separate between the light and between the darkness. And God will call to the light day, and to the darkness he called night: and the evening shall be, and the morning shall be one day. And God will say there shall be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and there shall be a separating between waters to waters. And God shall make a firmament, and he shall separate between the waters which are from the lower part of the firmament and between the waters which are from the upper part of the firmament: and it shall be so. And God will call to the firmament the heavens: and the evening shall be, and the morning shall be the second day. And God will say the waters shall be gathered together from the under part of the heavens to one place, and the dry shall be seen: and it shall be so. And God will call to the dry, earth; and to the gathering of the waters he called seas: and God will see that it is good. And God will say the earth shall bring forth the tender grass, and the green herb bearing seed, and the fruit tree making fruit according to its kind, in which is the seed in it upon the earth: and it shall be so. And the earth shall bring forth the tender grass, the green herb bearing seed according to its kind, and the tree making fruit in which the seed is in it, according to its kind: and God will see that it is good. And the evening shall be, and the morning shall be the third day. And God will say there shall be lights in the firmament of the heavens to separate between the day and between the night: and they shall be for signs and for set times, and for days and for years. And they shall be for lights in the firmament of the heavens to give light upon the earth: and it shall be so. And God will make two great lights; the great light for the rule of the day, and the small light for the rule of the night and the stars. And God will give them in the firmament of the heavens to give light upon the earth. And to rule in the day and in the night, and to separate between the light and between the darkness: And God will see that it is good. And the evening shall be, and the morning shall be the fourth day. And God will say the waters shall breed abundantly creeping things, the living soul, and birds shall fly over the earth, over the face of the firmament of the heavens. And God will form great sea. monsters and every living soul creeping, which the waters bred abundantly according to their kind, and every bird of wing according to its kind: and God will see that it is good. And God will praise them, saying, Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and birds shall multiply in the earth. And the evening shall be, and the morning shall be the fifth day. And God will say, the earth shall bring forth the living soul according to its kind, cattle and creeping things, and living things of the earth after its kind: and it shall be so. And God will make the living thing of the earth according to its kind, and cattle according to its kind, and every creeping thing of the earth according to its kind: and God will see that it is
And Achan will answer Joshua and will say, Truly, I sinned against Jehovah the God of Israel, and according to this, and according to this I did. And I shall see in the plunder a wide cloak of Shinar, a good one, and two hundred shekels of silver and one tongue of gold of fifty shekels from its weight, and I shall desire them, and shall take them, and behold them hid in the earth in the midst of my tent, and the silver under it. And Joshua will send messengers, and they will run to the tent, and behold, the hiding in his tent, and the silver under it read more.
And they will take them from the midst of the tent and will bring them to Joshua, and to all the sons of Israel, and they will pour them out before Jehovah. And Joshua will take Achan, the son of Zerah, and the silver and the wide cloak, and the tongue of gold, and his sons and his daughters, and his oxen, and his asses, and his sheep and his tent, and all which is to him, and all Israel with him, and they will bring them up to the valley of Achor. And Joshua will say, Why didst thou trouble us? Jehovah will trouble thee in this day, and all Israel will stone him with stone, and they will burn them in fire, and they will stone them with stones. And they will raise up upon him a great heap of stones even till this day. And Jehovah will turn back from the wrath of his anger: for this, the name of that place was called, The valley of Achor, even to this day.
And Gideon will say to God, If thou art saving Israel by my hand, as thou spakest, Behold me putting a fleece of wool in the threshing-floor, and if the dew shall be upon the fleece only, and upon all the earth dryness, and I knew that thou wilt save Israel by my hand. as thou spakest And it will be so: and he will rise early upon the morrow, and he will press the fleece together, and the dew will press out from the fleece, a bowl full of water. read more.
And Gideon will say to God, Thine anger will not kindle against me, and I will speak but this once: I will try now only this once upon the fleece; there shall be dryness to the fleece alone, and upon all the earth shall be dew. And God will do so in that night: and there will be dryness to the fleece only, and upon all the earth was dew.
And it will be when Gideon heard the recounting of the dream and its breaking, and he will worship, and turn back to the camp of Israel, and he will say, Arise, ye, for Jehovah gave into your hand the camp of Midian. And he will divide the three hundred men into three beginnings, and he will give trumpets into the hand of them all, and empty buckets, and torches in the midst of the buckets. And he will say to them, Ye shall look upon me, and so shall ye do: and behold me coming to the extremity of the camp, and it was as I shall do, so ye shall do. read more.
And I struck upon the trumpet, I and all that are with me, and ye struck upon the trumpets, also ye round about all the camp, and say, For Jehovah and for Gideon. And Gideon will go and the hundred men that are with him, to the extremity of the, camp, the beginning of the middle watch; only now rising up they raised up those watching: and they will strike upon the trumpets, and they brake the buckets that are in their hand. And the three heads will strike upon the trumpets, and will break the buckets, and they will hold fast in their left hand upon the torches, and in their right hand the trumpets to strike: and they will call the sword for Jehovah and for Gideon. And they will stand a man for himself round about the camp; and all the camp will run and cry out and flee. And the three hundred will clang the trumpets, and Jehovah will set the sword of a man against his neighbor and in all the camp: and the camp fled even to the House of Acacia of Zererath, even to the lip of Abel-Meholah, to Tabbath.
And they will remove from mount Hor, the way of the sea of sedge, to encompass the land of Edom: and the soul of the people will be shortened in the way. And the people will speak against God, and against Moses, For what brought ye us up from Egypt to die in the desert? for no bread, and no water; and our soul loathed upon this light bread. And Jehovah will send upon the people deadly serpents, and they will bite the people; and much people will die from Israel read more.
And the people will come to Moses, and they will say, We sinned, for we spake against Jehovah and against thee; wilt thou pray to Jehovah and he will remove the serpent from us? And Moses will pray for the people. And Jehovah will say to Moses, Make to thee a burning, and put it up for a signal: and it was every one being bitten, and he saw it and lived. And Moses will make a brass serpent, and will set it up for a signal, and it was if the serpent bit a man and he looked upon the brass serpent, and he lived.
And Jesus born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold the magi from the sunrisings arrived in Jerusalem, saying: Where is he born King of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the sunrising, and have come to worship him. And Herod the king having heard, was stirred up, and all Jerusalem with him. read more.
And assembling all the chief priests and scribes of the people, he inquired of them where Christ should be born. And they said to him, In Bethlehem of Judea: for thus has it been written by the prophet: And thou Bethlehem, land of Judah, by no means art thou least among the leaders of Judah for out of thee shall come forth the leader, who shall feed my people. Then Herod having secretly called for the magi, searched thoroughly from them the time of the star appearing. And having sent them to Bethlehem, he said, Having gone, examine thoroughly concerning the child; and when ye should find, announce ye to me, so that I also, having gone, will worship him. And they having heard the king went forth; and, behold the star they saw in the sunrising, it led before them, till having come, it stood above where the young child was. And seeing the star, they rejoiced with great joy exceedingly. And having come into the house, they found the young child with Mary his mother, and having fallen, they worshipped him; and having opened their treasures they brought forward to him gifts, gold, and frankincense, and myrrh.
And Aram will go forth by troops, and take captive from the land of Israel a little girl; and she will be before Naaman's wife. And she will say to her mistress, O that my lord was before the prophet that is in Shomeron! then he will gather him from his leprosy. And one will go and announce to his lord, saying, According to this, and according to this, spake the girl which was from the land of Israel. read more.
And the king of Aram will say, Go; come, I will send a letter to the king of Israel. And he will go and take in his hand ten talents of silver and six thousand of gold, and ten changes of garments. And he will bring the letter to the king of Israel, saying, Now when: this letter comes to thee, behold, I sent Naaman my servant, and do thou gather him from his leprosy. And it will be when the king of Israel read the letter, and he will rend his garments and say, Am I God to kill and to make alive, that this one sent to me to gather a man from his leprosy? for surely know ye now, and see that he seeks occasion against me. And it will be when Elisha the man of God heard that, the king of, Israel rent his garments, and he will send to the king, saying, Wherefore rentest thou thy garments? He shall come now to me and know that there is a prophet in Israel. And Naaman will come with his horse and with his chariot, and he will stand at the door of the House to Elisha. And Elisha will send a messenger to him, saying, Go and wash seven times in Jordan and, thy flesh shall: turn back to thee and be clean. And Naaman will be angry, and go, and say, Behold, I said coming forth, he will come forth to me, and stand and call in the name of Jehovah his God and wave his hand up and down to the place, and he will gather him being leprous. Is not Abana and Pharpar, rivers of Damascus, good above all the waters of Israel? and shall I not wash in them And be cleansed? And he will turn and go in wrath. And his servants will come near and speak to him, and say, My father, spake the prophet a great word to thee, wilt thou not do? and much more he said to thee, Wash and be cleansed, And he will go down and dip in Jordan seven times, according to the word of the man of God, and his flesh will turn: back as, the flesh of a small boy, and he will be cleansed. And he will turn back to the man of God, he and all his camp; and he will come and stand before him, and say, Behold now, I knew that there is no God in all the earth but in Israel: and now take now a blessing from thy servant
And Elijah the Tishbite from the Tishbites of Gilead, will say to Ahab, Jehovah the God of Israel lives whom I stood before him if there shall be dew and rain but according to the mouth of my word. And the word of Jehovah will be to him, saying, Go from hence and turn to thyself east, and hide by the torrent Cherith which is before Jordan. read more.
And being thou shalt drink from the torrent; and I commanded the ravens to nourish thee there. And he will go and do according to the word of Jehovah: and he will go and dwell by the torrent Cherith which is upon the face of Jordan. And the ravens bringing to him bread and flesh in the morning, and bread and flesh in the evening; and he will drink from the torrent.
And it will be as they passed through and Elijah said to Elisha, Ask what I shall do for thee before I shall be taken from thee. And Elisha will say, Now shall the mouth of two in thy spirit be to me. And he will say, Thou wert hard to ask: if thou shalt see me taken from thee, it shall be thus to thee; and if not, it shall not be. And it will be they went, going speaking, and behold, a chariot of fire and horses of fire, and they will separate between them two; and Elijah will up in a tempest to the heavens.
And a man from the house of Levi will go and take a daughter of Levi. And the woman will conceive and will bring forth a son; and she will see him that he is good, and she will hide him three months. And she will not be able any more to hide him, and she will take for him an ark of bulrush, and will pitch it with bitumen and with pitch, and she will put in it the child, and will put in the sedge by the lip of the river. read more.
And his sister will stand afar off to know what will be done to him. And the daughter of Pharaoh will come down to wash at the river; and her maids going by the side of the river: and she will see the ark in the midst of the sedge, and she will send her maid and she will take it. And she will open and will see the child: and behold, the boy weeping: And she will have pity upon him, and will say, This from the children of the Hebrews. And his sister will say to Pharaoh's daughter, Shall I go and call to thee a nurse from the Hebrew women, and she will suckle the child for thee? And Pharaoh's daughter will say to her, Go. And she will go and call the child's mother. And Pharaoh's daughter will say to her, Take this child and suckle it for me, and I will give thy wages And the woman will take the child and will suckle it And the child will become great, and she will bring him to Pharaoh's daughter, and he will be to her for a son. And she will call his name Moses; and she will say, Because I drew him out of the water.
And the serpent was crafty above every beast of the field which Jehovah God made; and he will say to the woman, Is it because God said ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden? And the woman will say to the serpent, From the fruit of the tree of the garden we shall eat And from the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God said, Ye shall not eat from it, and ye shall not touch upon it, lest ye shall die. read more.
And the serpent will say to the woman, Dying ye shall not die. For God is knowing in the day of your eating from it, and your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as God, knowing good and evil. And the woman will see that the tree is good for food, and that it is a desire to the eyes, and a tree desired to make wise; and she will take from its fruit and will eat, and will give also to her man with her, and he will eat
And Jericho was shut up; and being shut up from before the sons of Israel, none will come out and none came in. And Jehovah will say to Joshua, See, I gave into thy hand Jericho and her king, and the mighty ones of strength. And encompass the city all ye men of war, and surround the city one time: so shalt thou do six days. read more.
And seven priests shall lift up seven trumpets of alarms before the ark: and in the seventh day ye shall encompass the city seven times, and the priests shall clang the trumpets. And it was in prolonging upon the horn of the jubilee in your hearing, the voice of the trumpet, and all the people shall shout a great shout: and the walls of the city shall fall under it, and the people went up each before him. And Joshua son of Nun will call to the priests and say to them, Lift up the ark of the covenant, and seven priests shall lift up seven trumpets of signals before the ark of Jehovah. And they will say to the people, Pass through and surround the city, and he being armed shall pass by before the ark of Jehovah. And it will be as Joshua said to the people, and the seven priests lifting up the seven trumpets of alarms before Jehovah, passed by and clanged upon the trumpets: and the ark of the covenant of Jehovah went after them. And he being armed, went before the priests that clanged with the trumpets, and the gathering went after the ark, going and clanging with the trumpets. And Joshua commanded the people, saying, Ye shall not shout, and ye shall not cause your voice to be heard, and a word shall not go forth out of your mouth till the day I said to you, Shout, and shout ye. And the ark of Jehovah will encompass the city, surrounding one time: and they will come into the camp and will pass the night in the camp. And Joshua will rise early in the morning, and the priests will lift up the ark of Jehovah. And seven priests lifting up seven trumpets of alarms before the ark of Jehovah went on going, and they clanged with the trumpets, and he being armed went before them; and the gathering went after the ark of Jehovah, going and clanging with the trumpets. And they will surround the city in the second day one time, and they will turn back to the camp. So they did six days. And it will be in the seventh day, and they will rise early in the ascending of the dawn, and they will encompass the city according to this judgment seven times; only in that day they encompassed the city seven times. And it will be in the seventh time the priests clanged with the trumpets and Joshua will say to the people, Shout; for Jehovah gave to you the city. And the city was devoted, it, and all which is in it, to Jehovah: only Rehab the harlot shall live; she and all which with her in the house, because she hid the messengers which we sent. And ye, watch ye from the devoted thing lest ye shall be devoted, and ye take from the devoted thing and ye set the camp of Israel to be devoted, and ye troubled it. And all the silver and gold and vessels of brass and iron, it holy to Jehovah: it shall be brought to the treasury of Jehovah. And the people will shout and clang with the trumpets: and it will be as the people heard the voice of the trumpet, and the people will shout a great shout, and the wall will fall under it, and the people will go up to the city, each before him, and they will take the city.
And they will announce to Jotham and he will go and stand upon the head of mount Gerizim, and he will lift up his voice and call, and say to them, Hear to me, ye lords of Shechem, and God will hear to you. The trees going forth went to anoint over them a king; and they will say to the olive, Reign thou over us. And the olive will say to them, Left I my fatness which by me they will honor God and men, and went I to wander about over the trees? read more.
And the trees will say to the fig tree, Come thou, reign over us. And the fig tree will say to them, Left I my sweetness, and my good produce, and went I to wander about over the trees? And the trees will say to the vine, Come thou, and reign over us. And the vine will say to them, Left I my new wine-making, rejoicing God and men, and went I to wander about over the trees? And all the trees will say to the buckthorn. Come thou, reign over us. And the buckthorn will say to the trees, If in truth ye anoint me for king over you, come, take refuge in my shadow: and if not, fire shall come forth from the buckthorn and shall consume the cedars of Lebanon.
And Jesus having replied said, A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell among robbers : and having stripped him, and laid on blows, they departed, leaving him half dead. And by accident a certain priest went down in that way : and having seen him, went on the opposite side. And likewise also a Levite, having been in the place, having come and seen him, went on the opposite side. read more.
And a certain Samaritan, travelling, came to him : and having seen him, felt compassion. And having come near, he bound up his wounds, pouring in oil and wine, and having mounted him upon his own animal, he brought him to an inn, and took care of him. And upon the morrow, he having come forth, taking out two drachmas, he gave to the inn-keeper, and said to him, Take care, of him; and whatever thou spendest besides, I, in my coming back, will repay thee. Which then of these three seems to thee to have been neighbor to him fallen among rubbers.? And he said, He having done mercy with him. Then said Jesus to him, Go thou, and do likewise.
And he coming to a certain town, ten leprous men met him, who stood far off: And they lifted up the voice, saying, Jesus, faster, pity us. And having seen, he said to them, Having gone, show yourselves to the priests. And it was in their retiring they were cleansed. read more.
And one of them, having seen that he was healed, turned back, with a great voice honouring God. And he fell upon the face at his feet, thanking him: and he was a Samaritan. And Jesus having answered said, Were not ten cleansed? and where the nine? They were not found returning to give glory to God, except this of another race. And he said to him, Having risen, go: thy faith has saved thee.
And it was we going for prayer, a certain young girl having the spirit of Python met us, who furnished much gain to her lords, prophesying: She having followed Paul and us, cried, saying, These men are the servants of the most high God, who announce to us the way of salvation. And this did she for many days. And Paul, having been exercised, and having turned back to the spirit, said, I command thee in the name of Jesus Christ to come out of her. And it came out the same hour. read more.
And her lords having seen that the hope of their gain went out, taking Paul and Silas, they drew to the assembly to the rulers, And having brought them to the generals, they said, These the men who cause disturbance to our city, being Jews, And they announce customs, which it is not lawful for us to receive, nor do, being Romans. And the crowd set together against them: and the generals having rent their garments, commanded to scourge with rods. And many blows having been put upon them, they cast into prison, having commanded the jailor to keep them safely: Who, having received such an order, cast them into the inner prison, and placed their feet firmly in wood. And at midnight Paul and Silas praying, praised God: and the imprisoned heard them. And suddenly was a great earthquake, so that the foundations of the prison were shaken: and immediately all the doors were opened, and the bonds of all were let loose. And the jailor being awakened, and having seen the doors of the prison opened, having drawn a sword, was about to kill himself, supposing the imprisoned to have fled. And Paul called with a great voice, saying, Thou shouldest do no injury to thyself; for we are all here.
And he said to him, A certain man made a great supper and called many; And he sent his servant at the hour of the supper to say to the called, Come; for all things are already prepared. And from one they all began to conciliate. The first said to him, I bought a field, and have necessity to go and see it: I ask thee, have me pardoned. read more.
And another said, I have bought five yoke of oxen, and I go to prove them: I ask thee, have me pardoned. And another said, I have married wife, and therefore I cannot come. And approaching, that servant announced to his lord these things. Then the master of the house, angry, said to his servant, Go forth quickly into the streets and quarters of the city, and bring in hither the poor, the maimed, the lame, and the blind. And the servant said, Lord, it has been done as thou hest commanded, and yet there is place. And the lord said to the servant, Go out into the ways and hedges, and compel to come in, that my house may be filled up. For I say to you, That none of those men called shall taste of my supper.
It pleased before Darius and he set up over the kingdom a hundred and twenty satraps, whom to be over all the kingdom; And over these three presidents; of whom Daniel was one: that to them the satraps giving to them account, and the king not for him detriment Then this Daniel excelling above the presidents and satraps because that an excellent spirit was in him; and the king doing to set him up over all the kingdom. read more.
Then the presidents and satraps were seeking to find a pretext against Daniel from the part of the kingdom; and they will not be able to find any pretext and corruption, because that he was faithful, and any error and corruption was not found upon him. Then these men saying that, We shall not find against this Daniel any pretext except we shall find against him in the law of his God. Then these presidents and satraps ran together with tumult to the king, and saying thus to him, O Darius the king, live thou forever. All the presidents of the kingdom, the prefects and satraps, and counselors and governors, will counsel together to set up a statute of the kingdom, and to make strong an interdict that whoever shall seek a request from any God and man even to thirty days, except from thee, O king, he shall be cast into the den of lions. Now, O king, wilt thou set up the interdict, and sign the writing, that not to be changed according to the law of Media and Persia, which shall not pass away. For this cause, king Darius signed the writing and the interdict And Daniel as soon as he knew that the writing was signed, went up into his house; and the windows being opened to him in his upper chambers before Jerusalem, three times in the day he kneeled upon his knees, and praying and praising before his God, for the cause that he did from before this Then these men ran together with tumult and found Daniel seeking and making supplication before his God. At that time they drew near, and saying before the king concerning the interdict of the king, Didst thou not sign an interdict that every man that shall seek from any God and man even for thirty days, except from thee, O King, shall be cast into the den of lions? The king answered and said, The word is certain, according to the law of Media and Persia, that shall not pass away. At that time they answered, and saying before the king, That Daniel that is from the sons of the captivity of Judah set not up an account to thee, O king, and to the interdict that thou didst sign; and three times in the day he sought his requests. Then the king as soon as he heard the word, was greatly displeased with himself, and upon Daniel he set the heart to set him free: and even to the going down of the sun he was exerting himself to deliver him. At that time these men ran together with tumult to the king, and saying to the king, Know, O king, that the law to Media and Persia is, that every interdict and statute that the king shall set up is not to be changed. At that time the king said, and they brought Daniel and cast into the den of the lions; the king answered and said to Daniel, Thy God whom thou servest to him continually, he will set thee free. And one stone was brought and set upon the mouth of the den, and the king sealed it with his signet ring, and with the signet ring of his nobles, that the will shall not be changed upon Daniel. Then the king departed to his temple and passed the night fasting: and he brought not his concubines before him, and his sleep fled from him. At that time the king will rise in the dawn in the morning, and in haste he departed to the lion's den. And in his drawing near to the den he cried to Daniel with a strong voice, the king answered and said to Daniel, O Daniel, servant of the living God, thy God whom thou servest to him continually, is he able to set thee free from the lion's den? Then Daniel said to the king, O king, live forever. My God sent his messenger and shut the mouth of the lions, and they hurt me not, for the cause that innocence was found to me; and also before thee, O king, I did no hurt.
And he said, A certain man had two sons: And the younger of them said to the father, Father, give me the portion of property falling. And he divided to them the property. And not many days after, having gathered all things, the younger son went abroad into a far-off country, and there disposed his property, living in a profligate manner. read more.
And having spent all things, a powerful famine was in that country; and he began to be in want. And having gone, he was joined to one of the citizens of that country; and he sent him into the fields to feed swine. And he eagerly desired to fill his belly with the fruits of the horntree which the swine ate: and none gave to him. And having come to himself, he said, Many hired of my father abound in loaves, and I am perishing with hunger! Having risen, I will go to my father, and say to him, Father, I have sinned against heaven, and before thee, And I am no more worthy to be called thy son: make me as one of thy hired. And having risen, he came to his father. And yet being far off, his father saw him, and felt compassion, and having run, fell upon his neck, and kissed him. And the son said to him, Father, I sinned against heaven, and before thee, and I am no more worthy to be called thy son. And the father said to his servants, Bring out the first robe, and clothe him; and give a ring for his hand, and shoes for the feet: And having brought the fatted calf, sacrifice, and eating, let us be gladdened. For this my son was dead, and has returned to life; and he was lost, and found. And they began to be gladdened.
And the king will say to Ashpenaz the leader of his eunuchs to bring from the sons of Israel and from the seed royal, and from the nobles; Children whom not any blemish in them, and good of aspect, and understanding in all wisdom, and knowing knowledge, and understanding intelligence, and to whom power in them to stand in the king's temple, and to teach them the writing and tongue of the chaldees And the king will allot to them the word of a day in its day from the king's dainties and from the wine of his drinking: and to nourish them three years, and from the end of three years they shall stand before the king. read more.
And there will be among them from the sons of Judah, Daniel, Hansniah, Mishael, and Azariah And the chief of the eunuchs will set names to them: to David, Belteshazzar; and to Hananiah, Shadrach; and to Mishael, Meshach; and to Azariah, Abed-Nego. And Daniel will set up upon his heart that he will not be defiled with the dainties of the king, and with the wine of his drinking: and he will seek from the chief of the eunuchs that he shall not defile himself. And God will give Daniel to mercy and compassion before the chiefs of the eunuchs. And the chief of the eunuchs will say to Daniel, I fear my lord the king, who allotted your food and your drink: for wherefore shall he see your faces gloomy above the children as of your age? and make my head guilty to the King And Daniel will say to Melzar, whom the chief of the eunuchs appointed over Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, Prove now thy servants, ten days; and they shall give to us from seed herbs, and we will eat, and water, and we will drink. And our aspects shall be seen before thee, and the aspect of the children eating the king's dainties: and according to what thou shalt see, do with thy servants. And he wilt hear to them for this word, and he will try them ten days. And from the end of ten days their aspect was seen good and fat of flesh above all the children eating of the king's dainties.
And one woman from the wives of the sons of the prophets cried to Elisha, saying, Thy servant my husband died, and thou knewest that thy servant was fearing Jehovah: and the creditor came to take my two children for servants. And Elisha will say to her, What shall I do for thee? announce to me what is to thee in the house. And she will say, Not anything to thy servant in the house but a flask of oil. And he will say, Go ask for thyself vessels from without from all thine dwelling near; empty vessels; thou shalt not be little. read more.
And come in and shut the door after thee and after thy sons, and thou shalt pour into all these vessels, and the full thou shalt remove. And she will go from him and shut the door after her and after her sons, they bringing near to her, and she pouring out And it will be as the vessels being full, and she will say to her son, Bring to me yet a vessel. And he will say. Not a vessel more. And, the oil will stand. And she will go and announce to the man of God, and he will say, Go sell the oil and requite thy creditor, and thou shalt live with thy sons by the rest
And Absalom will meet before the servants of David, and Absalom rode upon the mule, and the mule will go under the thicket of the great oak, and his head will lay hold upon the oak, and he will be given between the heavens and between the earth; and the mule which was under him passed by.
And the sons of the prophets will say to Elisha, Behold now, the place where we dwell there before thee is narrow for us. We will go now even to Jordan and take from thence each, one beam, and we will make for us a place to dwell there. And he will say, Go. And one will say, Be content, now, and go with thy servants And he will say, I will go. read more.
And he will go with them; and they will come to Jordan, and they will cut woods. And one will be felling the beam, and the iron fell into the water: and he will cry out and say, Alas, my lord! and it was borrowed. And the man of God will say, Where fell it? And he will cause him to see the place. And he will cut down wood and cast there; and the iron will overflow. And he will say, Lift up to thee. And he will stretch forth his hand and take it
And the child grew, and was strengthened in spirit, being filled with wisdom : and the grace of God was upon him. And his parents went every year to Jerusalem to the festival of the passover. And when he was of twelve years, they having gone up to Jerusalem according to the custom of the festival : read more.
And having completed the days, in their returning the child Jesus remained in Jerusalem; and Joseph and his mother knew not. And they, having supposed him to be in the caravan, came the way of a day, and sought him among Kingmen and among acquaintances. And not having found him, they returned to Jerusalem, seeking him. And it was after three days they found him in the temple, sitting, in the midst of teachers, and bearing them, and inquiring of them. And all hearing him were affected in mind at his understanding and answers. And having seen him, they were struck with awe : and his mother said to hint, Child, why didst thou so to us ? behold, thy father and I, grieving,have sought thee. And he said to them, For what have ye sought me ? knew ye not that among the things of my Father I must be ? And they understood not the word which he spake to them. And he went dawn with them, and came to Nazareth, and was placed under them : and his mother kept all these words in her heart. And Jesus advanced in wisdom and age, and in grace with God and man.
Then Jesus having lifted up the eyes, and seen that a great crowd comes to him, says to Philip, Whence shall we buy loaves that these might eat? And this he said trying him: for himself knew what he was about to do. Philip answered him. Loaves of two hundred drachmas will not suffice them, that each of them should take some little. read more.
One of his disciples, Andrew, Simon Peter's brother, says to him, There is one little boy here, who has five barley loaves, and two small fishes: but what are these among so many? And Jesus said, Make the men recline. And there was much grass in the place. Then the men reclined, the number about five thousand. And Jesus took the loaves; and having given thanks, distributed to his disciples, and the disciples to the reclining; and likewise of the small fishes, as many as they wished. And when they were filled, he says to his disciples, Gather the fragments remaining over, that nothing should be lost. Then gathered they, and filled twelve baskets of the fragments of the five barley loaves, which remained over to them having eaten.
And having been saved, then they knew that the island is called Melita. And the foreigners bestowed upon us no ordinary kindness: for having lighted a pile of wood, they received us all on account of the impending rain, and for the cold. And Paul having collected together a multitude of dried sticks, and placed upon the pile of wood, a viper, having come forth out of the heat, seized his hand. read more.
And when the foreigners saw the wild beast hanging on his hand, they said to one another, This man is altogether a murderer, whom, saved from the sea, vengeance suffered not to live. Who truly then, having shaken off the beast into the fire, suffered nothing evil. And they expected him about to be inflamed, or to fall down dead suddenly: and they waiting for much, and seeing nothing extraordinary coming to him, changing their opinions, they said he was a god.
And a certain man, Ananias by name, with Sapphira his wife, sold a possession, And separated from the price, his wife also knowing; and having brought a certain part, laid at the feet of the sent. And Peter said, Ananias, wherefore filled Satan thy heart, for thee to belie the Holy Spirit, and separate from the price of the farm read more.
Remaining, did it not remain to thee? and sold, it was in thy power: for what hast thou put this thing in thy heart? thou hast not lied to men, but to God. And Ananias hearing these words, having fallen down, he expired: and great fear was upon all them hearing these things. And the younger having risen up, drew him together, and having carried out, interred. And there was an interval of about three hours, and his wife not knowing that done, came in. And Peter answered to her, Tell me, if for so much ye sold the farm? And she said, Yes, for so much. And Peter said to her, For what was it agreed by you to tempt the Spirit of the Lord? behold, the feet of them having interred thy husband at the door, and they shall carry thee out. And she fell immediately at his feet, and expired: and the young men having come in, found her dead, and having carried out, interred near her husband.
After these was the festival of the Jews; and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. And there is in Jerusalem, at the sheep place a pool, in Hebrew called Bethesda, having five porches. In these lay a great multitude of weak, blind, lame, withered, expecting the moving of the water. read more.
For a messenger at a time went down into the pool, and troubled the water: then he having first stepped in after the troubling of the water became healthy, by whatever malady a long while since he was laid. And a certain man was there, being in weakness thirty-eight years. Jesus having seen the same lying down, and having known that it was already much time, says to him, Wilt thou be well? He being sick answered him, Lord, I have no man, that, when the water was troubled, he might cast me into the pool: and in which I am coming, another steps down before me. Jesus says to him, Arise, take up thy couch, and walk. And quickly the man was well, and he took up his couch, and walked: and the sabbath was in that day.