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Luke 1 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman

n Foun ation

Luke 1
!"#C$ %%a&a' i' (e)) kno(n& many ha*e un ertaken to put in or er an ra( up a %b& % thorough& narrati*e o+ the 'ure)y e'tab)i'he ee ' (hich ha*e been accomp)i'he an +u)+i))e %c& in an among u', 2 $,act)y a' they (ere han e o(n to u' by tho'e (ho +rom the %% &o++icia)& beginning %o+ -e'u'. mini'try& (ere eye(itne''e' an mini'ter' o+ the /or %that i', o+ %e&the octrine concerning the attainment through Chri't o+ 'a)*ation in the king om o+ 0o &, 1 "t 'eeme goo an e'irab)e to me, %an 'o " ha*e etermine & a)'o a+ter %+& ha*ing 'earche out i)igent)y an +o))o(e a)) thing' c)o'e)y an trace accurate)y the cour'e +rom the highe't to the minute't etai) +rom the *ery +ir't, to
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(rite an or er)y account +or you, mo't e,ce))ent Theophi)u',234 4 %5y purpo'e i'& that you may kno( the +u)) truth an un er'tan (ith certainty an 'ecurity again't error the account' 2hi'torie'4 an octrine' o+ the +aith o+ (hich you ha*e been in+orme an in (hich you ha*e been %g&ora))y in'tructe 6 5 "n the ay' (hen 7ero (a' king o+ -u ea there (a' a certain prie't (ho'e name (a' 8achariah, %h&o+ the ai)y 'er*ice 2the i*i'ion4 o+ 3bia9 an hi' (i+e (a' a)'o a e'cen ant o+ 3aron, an her name (a' $)i:abeth6 6 3n they both (ere righteou' in the 'ight o+ 0o , (a)king b)ame)e'')y in a)) the comman ment' an re;uirement' o+ the Lor 6 7 <ut they ha no chi) , +or $)i:abeth (a' barren9 an both (ere %i&+ar a *ance in year'6 8 #o( (hi)e on uty, 'er*ing a' prie't be+ore 0o in the or er o+ hi' i*i'ion, 9 3' (a' the cu'tom o+ the prie'thoo , it +e)) to him by )ot to enter %the %=&'anctuary o+& the temp)e o+ the Lor an burn

incen'e62<4 1> 3n a)) the throng o+ peop)e (ere praying out'i e %in the court& at the hour o+ incen'e %burning&6 11 3n there appeare to him an ange) o+ the Lor , 'tan ing at the right 'i e o+ the a)tar o+ incen'e6 12 3n (hen 8achariah 'a( him, he (a' troub)e , an +ear took po''e''ion o+ him6 11 <ut the ange) 'ai to him, ?o not be a+rai , 8achariah, becau'e your petition %k& (a' hear , an your (i+e $)i:abeth (i)) bear you a 'on, an you mu't ca)) hi' name -ohn %0o i' +a*orab)e&6 14 3n you 'ha)) ha*e =oy an e,u)tant e)ight, an many (i)) re=oice o*er hi' birth, 15 For he (i)) be great an i'tingui'he in the 'ight o+ the Lor 6 3n he mu't rink no (ine nor 'trong rink, an he (i)) be +i))e (ith an contro))e by the 7o)y !pirit e*en %)&in an +rom hi' mother.' (omb62C4 16 3n he (i)) turn back an cau'e to return many o+ the 'on' o+ "'rae) to the Lor their 0o ,

3n he (i)) %him'e)+& go be+ore 7im in the 'pirit an po(er o+ $)i=ah, to turn back the heart' o+ the +ather' to the chi) ren, an the i'obe ient an incre u)ou' an unper'ua ab)e to the (i' om o+ the upright %(hich i' %m&the kno()e ge an ho)y )o*e o+ the (i)) o+ 0o &@@in or er to make rea y +or the Lor a peop)e %per+ect)y& prepare %in 'pirit, %n&a =u'te an i'po'e an p)ace in the right mora) 'tate&62?4 18 3n 8achariah 'ai to the ange), <y (hat 'ha)) " kno( an be 'ure o+ thi'A For " am an o) man, an my (i+e i' (e)) a *ance in year'6 19 3n the ange) rep)ie to him, " am 0abrie)6 " 'tan in the %*ery& pre'ence o+ 0o , an " ha*e been 'ent to ta)k to you an to bring you thi' goo ne('62$4 2> #o( beho) , you (i)) be an %o&(i)) continue to be 'i)ent an not ab)e to 'peak ti)) the ay (hen the'e thing' take p)ace, becau'e you ha*e not be)ie*e (hat " to) you9 but my (or ' are %p&o+ a kin (hich (i)) be +u)+i))e in the appointe an proper time6 21 #o( the peop)e kept (aiting +or
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8achariah, an they (on ere at hi' e)aying %'o )ong& in the %;&'anctuary6 22 <ut (hen he i come out, he (a' unab)e to 'peak to them9 an they %%r&c)ear)y& percei*e that he ha 'een a *i'ion in the %'&'anctuary9 an he kept making 'ign' to them, 'ti)) he remaine umb6 21 3n (hen hi' time o+ per+orming prie't)y +unction' (a' en e , he returne to hi' %o(n& hou'e6 24 #o( a+ter thi' hi' (i+e $)i:abeth became pregnant, an +or +i*e month' 'he 'ec)u e her'e)+ %t&entire)y, 'aying, %" ha*e hi my'e)+& 25%u& <ecau'e thu' the Lor ha' ea)t (ith me in the ay' (hen 7e eigne to )ook on me to take a(ay my reproach among men6
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#o( in the 'i,th month %a+ter that&, the ange) 0abrie) (a' 'ent +rom 0o to a to(n o+ 0a)i)ee name #a:areth, 27 To a gir) ne*er ha*ing been marrie an a %*&*irgin engage to be marrie to a man (ho'e name (a' -o'eph, a e'cen ant o+ the hou'e o+ ?a*i 9 an the
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*irgin.' name (a' 5ary6 28 3n he came to her an 'ai , 7ai), B +a*ore one %%(&en ue (ith grace&C The Lor i' (ith youC %,&<)e''e 2+a*ore o+ 0o 4 are you be+ore a)) other (omenC 29 <ut (hen 'he 'a( him, 'he (a' great)y troub)e an i'turbe an con+u'e at (hat he 'ai an kept re*o)*ing in her min (hat 'uch a greeting might mean6 1> 3n the ange) 'ai to her, ?o not be a+rai , 5ary, +or you ha*e +oun grace 2%y&+ree, 'pontaneou', ab'o)ute +a*or an )o*ing@kin ne''4 (ith 0o 6 11 3n )i'tenC Dou (i)) become pregnant an (i)) gi*e birth to a !on, an you 'ha)) ca)) 7i' name -e'u'6 12 7e (i)) be great 2eminent4 an (i)) be ca))e the !on o+ the 5o't 7igh9 an the Lor 0o (i)) gi*e to 7im the throne o+ 7i' +ore+ather ?a*i , 11 3n 7e (i)) reign o*er the hou'e o+ -acob throughout the age'9 an o+ 7i' reign there (i)) be no en 6204 14 3n 5ary 'ai to the ange), 7o( can thi' be, 'ince " ha*e no %intimacy (ith any

man a' a& hu'ban A 15 Then the ange) 'ai to her, The 7o)y !pirit (i)) come upon you, an the po(er o+ the 5o't 7igh (i)) o*er'ha o( you %)ike a 'hining c)ou &9 an 'o the ho)y 2pure, 'in)e''4 Thing 2B++'pring4 (hich 'ha)) be born o+ you (i)) be ca))e the !on o+ 0o 6274 16 3n )i'tenC Dour re)ati*e $)i:abeth in her o) age ha' a)'o concei*e a 'on, an thi' i' no( the 'i,th month (ith her (ho (a' ca))e barren6 17 For (ith 0o nothing i' e*er impo''ib)e an no (or +rom 0o 'ha)) be (ithout po(er or impo''ib)e o+ +u)+i))ment6 18 Then 5ary 'ai , <eho) , " am the han mai en o+ the Lor 9 )et it be one to me accor ing to (hat you ha*e 'ai 6 3n the ange) )e+t her6 19 3n at that time 5ary aro'e an (ent (ith ha'te into the hi)) country to a to(n o+ -u ah, 4> 3n 'he (ent to the hou'e o+ 8achariah an , entering it, 'a)ute $)i:abeth6 41 3n it occurre that (hen $)i:abeth

hear 5ary.' greeting, the baby )eape in her (omb, an $)i:abeth (a' +i))e (ith an contro))e by the 7o)y !pirit6 42 3n 'he crie out (ith a )ou cry, an then e,c)aime , <)e''e 2+a*ore o+ 0o 4 abo*e a)) other (omen are youC 3n b)e''e 2+a*ore o+ 0o 4 i' the Fruit o+ your (ombC 41 3n ho( %ha*e " e'er*e that thi' honor 'hou) & be grante to me, that the mother o+ my Lor 'hou) come to meA 44 For beho) , the in'tant the 'oun o+ your 'a)utation reache my ear', the baby in my (omb )eape +or =oy6 45 3n b)e''e 2happy, %:&to be en*ie 4 i' 'he (ho be)ie*e that there (ou) be a +u)+i))ment o+ the thing' that (ere 'poken to her +rom the Lor 6 46 3n 5ary 'ai , 5y 'ou) magni+ie' an e,to)' the Lor , 47 3n my 'pirit re=oice' in 0o my !a*ior, 48 For 7e ha' )ooke upon the )o( 'tation an humi)iation o+ 7i' han mai en6 For beho) , +rom no( on a)) generation' %o+ a))

age'& (i)) ca)) me b)e''e an ec)are me happy an %aa&to be en*ie C 49 For 7e /ho i' a)mighty ha' one great thing' +or me@@an ho)y i' 7i' name %to be *enerate in 7i' purity, ma=e'ty an g)ory&C 5> 3n 7i' mercy 27i' compa''ion an kin ne'' to(ar the mi'erab)e an a++)icte 4 i' on tho'e (ho +ear 7im (ith go )y re*erence, +rom generation to generation an age to age62"4 51 7e ha' 'ho(n 'trength an %ab&ma e might (ith 7i' arm9 7e ha' 'cattere the prou an haughty in an by the imagination an purpo'e an e'ign' o+ their heart'6 52 7e ha' put o(n the mighty +rom their throne' an e,a)te tho'e o+ )o( egree6 51 7e ha' +i))e an 'ati'+ie the hungry (ith goo thing', an the rich 7e ha' 'ent a(ay empty@han e %(ithout a gi+t&6 54 7e ha' )ai ho) on 7i' 'er*ant "'rae) %to he)p him, to e'pou'e hi' cau'e&, in remembrance o+ 7i' mercy, 55 $*en a' 7e promi'e to our +ore+ather', to 3braham an to hi'

e'cen ant' +ore*er62-4 56 3n 5ary remaine (ith her %$)i:abeth& +or about three month' an %then& returne to her %o(n& home6 57 #o( the time that $)i:abeth 'hou) be e)i*ere came, an 'he ga*e birth to a 'on6 58 3n her neighbor' an re)ati*e' hear that the Lor ha 'ho(n great mercy on her, an they re=oice (ith her6 59 3n it occurre that on the eighth ay, (hen they came to circumci'e the chi) , they (ere inten ing to ca)) him 8achariah a+ter hi' +ather,2E4 6> <ut hi' mother an'(ere , #ot 'oC <ut he 'ha)) be ca))e -ohn6 61 3n they 'ai to her, #one o+ your re)ati*e' i' ca))e by that name6 62 3n they in;uire (ith 'ign' to hi' +ather %a' to& (hat he (ante to ha*e him ca))e 6 61 Then 8achariah a'ke +or a (riting tab)et an (rote, 7i' name i' -ohn6 3n they (ere a)) a'toni'he 6 64 3n at once hi' mouth (a' opene an

hi' tongue )oo'e , an he began to 'peak, b)e''ing an prai'ing an thanking 0o 6 65 3n a(e an re*erentia) +ear came on a)) their neighbor'9 an a)) the'e thing' (ere i'cu''e throughout the hi)) country o+ -u ea6 66 3n a)) (ho hear them )ai them up in their heart', 'aying, /hate*er (i)) thi' )itt)e boy be thenA For the han o+ the Lor (a' %%ac&'o e*i ent)y& (ith him %protecting an ai ing him&6 67 #o( 8achariah hi' +ather (a' +i))e (ith an contro))e by the 7o)y !pirit an prophe'ie , 'aying, 68 <)e''e 2prai'e an e,to))e an thanke 4 be the Lor , the 0o o+ "'rae), becau'e 7e ha' come an brought e)i*erance an re emption to 7i' peop)eC 69 3n 7e ha' rai'e up a 7orn o+ 'a)*ation %a mighty an *a)iant 7e)per, the 3uthor o+ 'a)*ation& +or u' in the hou'e o+ ?a*i 7i' 'er*ant@@ 7> Thi' i' a' 7e promi'e by the mouth o+ 7i' ho)y prophet' +rom the mo't ancient time' %in the memory o+ man&@@

That (e 'hou) ha*e e)i*erance an be 'a*e +rom our enemie' an +rom the han o+ a)) (ho ete't an pur'ue u' (ith hatre 9 72 To make true an 'ho( the mercy an compa''ion an kin ne'' %promi'e & to our +ore+ather' an to remember an carry out 7i' ho)y co*enant %to b)e'', (hich i' %a &a)) the more 'acre becau'e it i' ma e by 0o 7im'e)+&, 71 That co*enant 7e 'ea)e by oath to our +ore+ather 3brahamF 74 To grant u' that (e, being e)i*ere +rom the han o+ our +oe', might 'er*e 7im +ear)e'')y 75 "n ho)ine'' 2 i*ine con'ecration4 an righteou'ne'' %in accor ance (ith the e*er)a'ting princip)e' o+ right& (ithin 7i' pre'ence a)) the ay' o+ our )i*e'6 76 3n you, )itt)e one, 'ha)) be ca))e a prophet o+ the 5o't 7igh9 +or you 'ha)) go on be+ore the +ace o+ the Lor to make rea y 7i' (ay',2L4 77 To bring an gi*e the kno()e ge o+ 'a)*ation to 7i' peop)e in the +orgi*ene'' an remi''ion o+ their 'in'6
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<ecau'e o+ an through the heart o+ ten er mercy an )o*ing@kin ne'' o+ our 0o , a Light +rom on high (i)) a(n upon u' an *i'it %u'&254 79 To 'hine upon an gi*e )ight to tho'e (ho 'it in arkne'' an in the 'ha o( o+ eath, to irect an gui e our +eet in a 'traight )ine into the (ay o+ peace62#4 8> 3n the )itt)e boy gre( an became 'trong in 'pirit9 an he (a' in the e'ert' 2(i) erne''4 unti) the ay o+ hi' appearing to "'rae) %the commencement o+ hi' pub)ic mini'try&6
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Footnotes: a6 Luke 1F1 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie' in the #e( Te'tament6 b6 Luke 1F1 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie' in the #e( Te'tament6 c6 Luke 1F1 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 6 Luke 1F2 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie' in the #e( Te'tament6 e6 Luke 1F2 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon o+ the #e( Te'tament6 +6 Luke 1F1 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e

<ib)e6 g6 Luke 1F4 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie' in the #e( Te'tament6 h6 Luke 1F5 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie' in the #e( Te'tament6 i6 Luke 1F7 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 =6 Luke 1F9 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 k6 Luke 1F11 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 )6 Luke 1F15 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 m6 Luke 1F17 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 n6 Luke 1F17 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 o6 Luke 1F2> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 p6 Luke 1F2> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 ;6 Luke 1F21 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 r6 Luke 1F22 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 '6 Luke 1F22 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6

t6 Luke 1F24 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 u6 Luke 1F25 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 *6 Luke 1F27 Thi' 0reek (or partheno' 2*irgin4 i' u'e in "'a6 7F14 in The !eptuagint, the 0reek B) Te'tament tran')ation (hich -e'u' rea an ;uote 6 (6 Luke 1F28 Litera) tran')ation6 ,6 Luke 1F28 !ome manu'cript' o not contain thi' phra'e6 y6 Luke 1F1> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 :6 Luke 1F45 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon o+ the 0reek #e( Te'tament6 aa6 Luke 1F48 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 bb6 Luke 1F51 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 cc6 Luke 1F66 3)bert <arne', #ote' on the #e( Te'tament6 6 Luke 1F72 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 Cross references: 36 Luke 1F1 F 3ct' 1F1 <6 Luke 1F9 F $,o 1>F7 C6 Luke 1F15 F #um 6F1

?6 Luke 1F17 F "'a 4>F19 5a) 4F5, 6 $6 Luke 1F19 F ?an 8F169 9F21 F6 Luke 1F25 F 0en 1>F219 "'a 4F1 06 Luke 1F11 F "'a 9F6, 79 ?an 2F44 76 Luke 1F15 F $,o 4>F149 "'a 7F14 "6 Luke 1F5> F I' 1>1F17 -6 Luke 1F55 F 0en 17F79 18F189 22F179 " !am 2F1@1>9 5ic 7F2> E6 Luke 1F59 F 0en 17F129 Le* 12F1 L6 Luke 1F76 F "'a 4>F19 5a) 4F5 56 Luke 1F78 F 5a) 4F2 #6 Luke 1F79 F "'a 9F2 Luke 2 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 2
"# T7B!$ ay' it occurre that a ecree (ent out +rom Cae'ar 3ugu'tu' that the (ho)e %a&Homan empire 'hou) be regi'tere 6 2 Thi' (a' the +ir't enro))ment, an it (a' ma e (hen Juiriniu' (a' go*ernor o+
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!yria6 1 3n a)) the peop)e (ere going to be regi'tere , each to hi' o(n city or to(n6 4 3n -o'eph a)'o (ent up +rom 0a)i)ee +rom the to(n o+ #a:areth to -u ea, to the to(n o+ ?a*i , (hich i' ca))e <eth)ehem, becau'e he (a' o+ the hou'e an +ami)y o+ ?a*i , 5 To be enro))e (ith 5ary, hi' e'pou'e %b& 2 marrie 4 (i+e, (ho (a' about to become a mother6234 6 3n (hi)e they (ere there, the time came +or her e)i*ery, 7 3n 'he ga*e birth to her !on, her Fir'tborn9 an 'he (rappe 7im in '(a )ing c)othe' an )ai 7im in a manger, becau'e there (a' no room or p)ace +or them in the inn6 8 3n in that *icinity there (ere 'hepher ' )i*ing %out un er the open 'ky& in the +ie) , (atching %in 'hi+t'& o*er their +)ock by night6 9 3n beho) , an ange) o+ the Lor 'too by them, an the g)ory o+ the Lor +)a'he an 'hone a)) about them, an they (ere

terrib)y +rightene 6 1> <ut the ange) 'ai to them, ?o not be a+rai 9 +or beho) , " bring you goo ne(' o+ a great =oy (hich (i)) come to a)) the peop)e6 11 For to you i' born thi' ay in the to(n o+ ?a*i a !a*ior, /ho i' Chri't 2the 5e''iah4 the Lor C2<4 12 3n thi' (i)) be a 'ign +or you %by (hich you (i)) recogni:e 7im&F you (i)) +in %%c&a+ter 'earching& a <aby (rappe in '(a )ing c)othe' an )ying in a manger6 %" !am6 2F149 "" Eing' 19F299 "'a6 7F146& 11 Then 'u en)y there appeare (ith the ange) an army o+ the troop' o+ hea*en 2% &a hea*en)y knighthoo 4, prai'ing 0o an 'aying, 14 0)ory to 0o in the highe't %hea*en&, an on earth peace among men (ith (hom 7e i' (e)) p)ea'e %%e&men o+ goo (i)), o+ 7i' +a*or&6 15 /hen the ange)' (ent a(ay +rom them into hea*en, the 'hepher ' 'ai one to another, Let u' go o*er to <eth)ehem an 'ee thi' thing 2%+&'aying4 that ha' come to pa'', (hich the Lor ha' ma e kno(n to

u'6 !o they (ent (ith ha'te an %%g&by 'earching& +oun 5ary an -o'eph, an the <aby )ying in a manger6 17 3n (hen they 'a( it, they ma e kno(n (hat ha been to) them concerning thi' Chi) , 18 3n a)) (ho hear it (ere a'toun e an mar*e)e at (hat the 'hepher ' to) them6 19 <ut 5ary (a' keeping %h&(ithin her'e)+ a)) the'e thing' 2%i&'aying'4, (eighing an pon ering them in her heart6 2> 3n the 'hepher ' returne , g)ori+ying an prai'ing 0o +or a)) the thing' they ha hear an 'een, =u't a' it ha been to) them6 21 3n at the en o+ eight ay', (hen %the <aby& (a' to be circumci'e , 7e (a' ca))e -e'u', the name gi*en by the ange) be+ore 7e (a' concei*e in the (omb6 22 3n (hen the time +or their puri+ication %the mother.' puri+ication an the <aby.' e ication& came accor ing to the La( o+ 5o'e', they brought 7im up to -eru'a)em
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to pre'ent 7im to the Lor @@2C4 21 3' it i' (ritten in the La( o+ the Lor , $*ery %+ir'tborn& ma)e that open' the (omb 'ha)) be 'et apart an e icate an ca))e ho)y to the Lor @@2?4 24 3n %they came a)'o& to o++er a 'acri+ice accor ing to (hat i' 'ai in the La( o+ the Lor F a pair o+ turt)e o*e' or t(o young pigeon'62$4 25 #o( there (a' a man in -eru'a)em (ho'e name (a' !imeon, an thi' man (a' righteou' an e*out %cautiou')y an care+u))y ob'er*ing the i*ine La(&, an )ooking +or the Con'o)ation o+ "'rae)9 an the 7o)y !pirit (a' upon him6 26 3n it ha been i*ine)y re*ea)e 2communicate 4 to him by the 7o)y !pirit that he (ou) not 'ee eath be+ore he ha 'een the Lor .' Chri't 2the 5e''iah, the 3nointe Bne46 27 3n prompte by the %7o)y& !pirit, he came into the temp)e %%=&enc)o'ure&9 an (hen the parent' brought in the )itt)e chi) -e'u' to o +or 7im (hat (a' cu'tomary accor ing to the La(, 28 %!imeon& took 7im up in hi' arm' an

prai'e an thanke 0o an 'ai , 29 3n no(, Lor , Dou are re)ea'ing Dour 'er*ant to epart 2)ea*e thi' (or) 4 in peace, accor ing to Dour (or 6 1> For (ith my %o(n& eye' " ha*e 'een Dour !a)*ation,2F4 11 /hich Dou ha*e or aine an prepare be+ore 2in the pre'ence o+4 a)) peop)e', 12 3 Light +or %k&re*e)ation to the 0enti)e' %to i'c)o'e (hat (a' be+ore unkno(n& an %to bring& prai'e an honor an g)ory to Dour peop)e "'rae)6204 11 3n 7i' %)ega)& +ather an %7i'& mother (ere mar*e)ing at (hat (a' 'ai about 7im6 14 3n !imeon b)e''e them an 'ai to 5ary 7i' mother, <eho) , thi' Chi) i' appointe an e'tine +or the +a)) an ri'ing o+ many in "'rae), an +or a 'ign that i' 'poken again't@@274 15 3n a '(or (i)) pierce through your o(n 'ou) a)'o@@that the 'ecret thought' an purpo'e' o+ many heart' may be brought out an i'c)o'e 6 16 3n there (a' a)'o a prophete'',

3nna, the aughter o+ Ihanue), o+ the tribe o+ 3'her6 !he (a' *ery o) , ha*ing )i*e (ith her hu'ban 'e*en year' +rom her mai enhoo ,2"4 17 3n a' a (i o( e*en +or eighty@+our year'6 !he i not go out +rom the temp)e %)& enc)o'ure, but (a' (or'hiping night an ay (ith +a'ting an prayer6 18 3n 'he too came up at that 'ame hour, an 'he returne thank' to 0o an ta)ke o+ %-e'u'& to a)) (ho (ere )ooking +or the re emption 2 e)i*erance4 o+ -eru'a)em6 19 3n (hen they ha one e*erything accor ing to the La( o+ the Lor , they (ent back into 0a)i)ee to their o(n to(n, #a:areth6 4> 3n the Chi) gre( an became 'trong in 'pirit, +i))e (ith (i' om9 an the grace 2+a*or an 'piritua) b)e''ing4 o+ 0o (a' upon 7im62-4 41 #o( 7i' parent' (ent to -eru'a)em e*ery year to the Ia''o*er Fea't62E4 42 3n (hen 7e (a' t(e)*e year' %o) &, they (ent up, a' (a' their cu'tom6 41 3n (hen the Fea't (a' en e , a'

they (ere returning, the boy -e'u' remaine behin in -eru'a)em6 #o( 7i' parent' i not kno( thi', 44 <ut, 'uppo'ing 7im to be in the cara*an, they tra*e)e on a ay.' =ourney9 an %then& they 'ought 7im % i)igent)y, )ooking up an o(n +or 7im& among their kin'+o)k an ac;uaintance'6 45 3n (hen they +ai)e to +in 7im, they (ent back to -eru'a)em, )ooking +or 7im %up an o(n& a)) the (ay6 46 3+ter three ay' they +oun 7im %came upon 7im& in the %m&%court o+ the& temp)e, 'itting among the teacher', )i'tening to them an a'king them ;ue'tion'6 47 3n a)) (ho hear 7im (ere a'toni'he an o*er(he)me (ith be(i) ere (on er at 7i' inte))igence an un er'tan ing an 7i' rep)ie'6 48 3n (hen they %-o'eph an 5ary& 'a( 7im, they (ere ama:e 9 an 7i' mother 'ai to 7im, Chi) , (hy ha*e Dou treate u' )ike thi'A 7ere Dour +ather an " ha*e been an,iou')y )ooking +or Dou % i'tre''e an tormente &6 49 3n 7e 'ai to them, 7o( i' it that you

ha to )ook +or 5eA ?i you not 'ee an kno( that it i' nece''ary %a' a uty& +or 5e %n& to be in 5y Father.' hou'e an %occupie & about 5y Father.' bu'ine''A 5> <ut they i not comprehen (hat 7e (a' 'aying to them6 51 3n 7e (ent o(n (ith them an came to #a:areth an (a' %habitua))y& obe ient to them9 an hi' mother kept an c)o'e)y an per'i'tent)y guar e a)) the'e thing' in her heart6 52 3n -e'u' increa'e in (i' om 2in broa an +u)) un er'tan ing4 an in 'tature an year', an in +a*or (ith 0o an man6 Footnotes: a6 Luke 2F1 0eorge H6 <erry, 0reek@ $ng)i'h #e( Te'tament Le,icon6 b6 Luke 2F5 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 c6 Luke 2F12 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 6 Luke 2F11 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 e6 Luke 2F14 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6

+6 Luke 2F15 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 g6 Luke 2F16 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 h6 Luke 2F19 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 i6 Luke 2F19 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 =6 Luke 2F27 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 k6 Luke 2F12 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 )6 Luke 2F17 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 m6 Luke 2F46 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 n6 Luke 2F49 Litera))y, Kin the thing' o+ 5y Father6K Cross references: 36 Luke 2F5 F 5att 1F18@25 <6 Luke 2F11 F 5ic 5F2 C6 Luke 2F22 F Le* 12F1@4 ?6 Luke 2F21 F $,o 11F1, 2, 129 #um 8F17 $6 Luke 2F24 F Le* 12F6@8 F6 Luke 2F1> F "'a 52F1> 06 Luke 2F12 F "'a 42F69 49F6

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Luke 3 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 3
"# T7$ +i+teenth year o+ Tiberiu' Cae'ar.' reign@@(hen Iontiu' Ii)ate (a' go*ernor o+ -u ea, an 7ero (a' tetrarch o+ 0a)i)ee, an hi' brother Ihi)ip tetrarch o+ the region o+ "turaea an Trachoniti', an Ly'ania' tetrarch o+ 3bi)ene@@ 2 "n the high prie'thoo o+ 3nna' an Caiapha', the /or o+ 0o %%a&concerning the attainment through Chri't o+ 'a)*ation in the king om o+ 0o & came to -ohn 'on o+ 8achariah in the (i) erne'' 2 e'ert46 1 3n he (ent into a)) the country roun about the -or an, preaching a bapti'm o+ repentance 2%b&o+ hearty amen ing o+ their
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(ay', (ith abhorrence o+ pa't (rong oing4 unto the +orgi*ene'' o+ 'in6 4 3' it i' (ritten in the book o+ the (or ' o+ "'aiah the prophet, The *oice o+ one crying in the (i) erne'' %'houting in the e'ert&F Irepare the (ay o+ the Lor , make 7i' beaten path' 'traight6 5 $*ery *a))ey an ra*ine 'ha)) be +i))e up, an e*ery mountain an hi)) 'ha)) be )e*e)e 9 an the crooke p)ace' 'ha)) be ma e 'traight, an the rough roa ' 'ha)) be ma e 'mooth9 6 3n a)) mankin 'ha)) 'ee 2beho) an %c& un er'tan an at )a't ackno()e ge4 the 'a)*ation o+ 0o 2the e)i*erance +rom eterna) eath % & ecree by 0o 46234 7 !o he 'ai to the cro( ' (ho came out to be bapti:e by him, Dou o++'pring o+ *iper'C /ho %e&'ecret)y (arne you to +)ee +rom the coming (rathA 8 <ear +ruit' that are e'er*ing an con'i'tent (ith %your& repentance %that i', %+& con uct (orthy o+ a heart change , a heart abhorring 'in&6 3n o not begin to 'ay to your'e)*e', /e ha*e 3braham a' our +ather9 +or " te)) you that 0o i' ab)e +rom

the'e 'tone' to rai'e up e'cen ant' +or 3braham6 9 $*en no( the a, i' )ai to the root o+ the tree', 'o that e*ery tree that oe' not bear goo +ruit i' cut o(n an ca't into the +ire6 1> 3n the mu)titu e' a'ke him, Then (hat 'ha)) (e oA 11 3n he rep)ie to them, 7e (ho ha' t(o tunic' 2un ergarment'4, )et him 'hare (ith him (ho ha' none9 an he (ho ha' +oo , )et him o it the 'ame (ay6 12 $*en ta, co))ector' came to be bapti:e , an they 'ai to him, Teacher, (hat 'ha)) (e oA 11 3n he 'ai to them, $,act an co))ect no more than the +i,e amount appointe you6 14 Tho'e 'er*ing a' 'o) ier' a)'o a'ke him, 3n (e, (hat 'ha)) (e oA 3n he rep)ie to them, #e*er eman or en+orce %g& by terri+ying peop)e or by accu'ing (rong+u))y, an a)(ay' be 'ati'+ie (ith your ration' 2'upp)ie'4 an (ith your a))o(ance 2(age'46

3' the peop)e (ere in 'u'pen'e an (aiting e,pectant)y, an e*erybo y rea'one an ;ue'tione in their heart' concerning -ohn, (hether he perhap' might be the Chri't 2the 5e''iah, the 3nointe Bne46 16 -ohn an'(ere them a)) by 'aying, " bapti:e you (ith (ater9 but 7e /ho i' mightier than " i' coming, the 'trap o+ /ho'e 'an a)' " am not +it to un+a'ten6 7e (i)) bapti:e you (ith the 7o)y !pirit an (ith +ire6 17 7i' (inno(ing 'ho*e) 2+ork4 i' in 7i' han to thorough)y c)ear an c)ean'e 7i' %thre'hing& +)oor an to gather the (heat an 'tore it in 7i' granary, but the cha++ 7e (i)) burn (ith +ire that cannot be e,tingui'he 6 18 !o (ith many other %*ariou'& appea)' an a monition' he preache the goo ne(' 2the 0o'pe)4 to the peop)e6 19 <ut 7ero the tetrarch, (ho ha been %repeate )y& to) about hi' +au)t an repro*e (ith rebuke %h&pro ucing con*iction by %-ohn& +or %ha*ing& 7ero ia', hi' brother.' (i+e, an +or a)) the (icke
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thing' that 7ero ha one, 2> 3 e thi' to them a))@@that he 'hut up -ohn in pri'on6 21 #o( (hen a)) the peop)e (ere bapti:e , an (hen -e'u' a)'o ha been bapti:e , an %(hi)e 7e (a' 'ti))& praying, the %*i'ib)e& hea*en (a' opene 22 3n the 7o)y !pirit e'cen e upon 7im in bo i)y +orm )ike a o*e, an a *oice came +rom hea*en, 'aying, Dou are 5y !on, 5y <e)o*e C "n Dou " am (e)) p)ea'e an +in e)ightC2<4 21 -e'u' 7im'e)+, (hen 7e began %7i' mini'try&, (a' about thirty year' o+ age, being the !on, a' (a' 'uppo'e , o+ -o'eph, the 'on o+ 7e)i, 24 The 'on o+ 5atthat, the 'on o+ Le*i, the 'on o+ 5e)chi, the 'on o+ -annai, the 'on o+ -o'eph, 25 The 'on o+ 5attathia', the 'on o+ 3mo', the 'on o+ #ahum, the 'on o+ $')i, the 'on o+ #aggai, 26 The 'on o+ 5aath, the 'on o+ 5attathia', the 'on o+ !emein, the 'on o+ -o'ech, the 'on o+ -o a,

The 'on o+ -oanan, the 'on o+ Hhe'a, the 'on o+ 8erubbabe), the 'on o+ !hea)tie), the 'on o+ #eri, 28 The 'on o+ 5e)chi, the 'on o+ 3 i, the 'on o+ Co'am, the 'on o+ $)ma am, the 'on o+ $r, 29 The 'on o+ -e'u', the 'on o+ $)ie:er, the 'on o+ -orim, the 'on o+ 5atthat, the 'on o+ Le*i, 1> The 'on o+ !imeon, the 'on o+ -u ah, the 'on o+ -o'eph, the 'on o+ -onam, the 'on o+ $)iakim, 11 The 'on o+ 5e)ea, the 'on o+ 5enna, the 'on o+ 5attatha, the 'on o+ #athan, the 'on o+ ?a*i , 12 The 'on o+ -e''e, the 'on o+ Bbe , the 'on o+ <oa:, the 'on o+ !a)mon 2!a)a4, the 'on o+ #ah'hon, 11 The 'on o+ 3mina ab, the 'on o+ 3 min, the 'on o+ 3rni, the 'on o+ 7e:ron, the 'on o+ Iere:, the 'on o+ -u ah, 14 The 'on o+ -acob, the 'on o+ "'aac, the 'on o+ 3braham, the 'on o+ Terah, the 'on o+ #ahor, 15 The 'on o+ !erug, the 'on o+ Heu, the
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'on o+ Ie)eg, the 'on o+ $ber, the 'on o+ !he)ah, 16 The 'on o+ Cainan, the 'on o+ 3rpha,a , the 'on o+ !hem, the 'on o+ #oah, the 'on o+ Lamech, 17 The 'on o+ 5ethu'e)ah, the 'on o+ $noch, the 'on o+ -are , the 'on o+ 5aha)a)ee), the 'on o+ Cainan, 18 The 'on o+ $no', the 'on o+ !eth, the 'on o+ 3 am, the 'on o+ 0o 62C4 Footnotes: a6 Luke 1F2 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 b6 Luke 1F1 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 c6 Luke 1F6 -ame' 0ray an 0eorge 3 am', <ib)e Commentary6 6 Luke 1F6 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 e6 Luke 1F7 Litera) tran')ation6 +6 Luke 1F8 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 g6 Luke 1F14 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 h6 Luke 1F19 5ar*in Gincent, /or

!tu ie'6 Cross references: 36 Luke 1F6 F "'a 4>F1@5 <6 Luke 1F22 F I' 2F79 "'a 42F1 C6 Luke 1F18 F 0en 5F1@129 11F1>@269 Huth 4F18@229 " Chron 1F1@4, 24@289 2F1@ 15 Luke 4 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 4
T7$# -$!L!, +u)) o+ an contro))e by the 7o)y !pirit, returne +rom the -or an an (a' )e in %by& the %7o)y& !pirit 2 For 2 uring4 +orty ay' in the (i) erne'' 2 e'ert4, (here 7e (a' tempte 2%a&trie , te'te e,cee ing)y4 by the e*i)6 3n 7e ate nothing uring tho'e ay', an (hen they (ere comp)ete , 7e (a' hungry6234 1 Then the e*i) 'ai to 7im, "+ Dou are the !on o+ 0o , or er thi' 'tone to turn into a )oa+ %o+ brea &6
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3n -e'u' rep)ie to him, "t i' (ritten, 5an 'ha)) not )i*e an be 'u'taine by 2on4 brea a)one %b&but by e*ery (or an e,pre''ion o+ 0o 62<4 5 Then the e*i) took 7im up to a high mountain an 'ho(e 7im a)) the king om' o+ the habitab)e (or) in a moment o+ time %%c&in the t(ink)ing o+ an eye&6 6 3n he 'ai to 7im, To Dou " (i)) gi*e a)) thi' po(er an authority an their g)ory 2a)) their magni+icence, e,ce))ence, preeminence, ignity, an grace4, +or it ha' been turne o*er to me, an " gi*e it to (home*er " (i))6 7 There+ore i+ Dou (i)) o homage to an (or'hip me %% &=u't once&, it 'ha)) a)) be Dour'6 8 3n -e'u' rep)ie to him, %e&0et behin 5e, !atanC "t i' (ritten, Dou 'ha)) o homage to an (or'hip the Lor your 0o , an 7im on)y 'ha)) you 'er*e62C4 9 Then he took 7im to -eru'a)em an 'et 7im on %+&a gab)e o+ the temp)e, an 'ai to 7im, "+ Dou are the !on o+ 0o , ca't Dour'e)+ o(n +rom here9 1> For it i' (ritten, 7e (i)) gi*e 7i' ange)'
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charge o*er you to guar an (atch o*er you c)o'e)y an care+u))y9 11 3n on their han ' they (i)) bear you up, )e't you 'trike your +oot again't a 'tone62?4 12 3n -e'u' rep)ie to him, %The !cripture& 'ay', Dou 'ha)) not tempt 2try, %g& te't e,cee ing)y4 the Lor your 0o 62$4 11 3n (hen the e*i) ha en e e*ery %the comp)ete cyc)e o+& temptation, he %temporari)y& )e+t 7im %that i', %h&'too o++ +rom 7im& unti) another more opportune an +a*orab)e time6 14 Then -e'u' (ent back +u)) o+ an un er the po(er o+ the %7o)y& !pirit into 0a)i)ee, an the +ame o+ 7im 'prea through the (ho)e region roun about6 15 3n 7e 7im'e)+ con ucte %%i&a cour'e o+& teaching in their 'ynagogue', being %=& recogni:e an honore an prai'e by a))6 16 !o 7e came to #a:areth, %%k&that #a:areth& (here 7e ha been brought up, an 7e entere the 'ynagogue, a' (a' 7i' cu'tom on the !abbath ay6 3n 7e 'too up to rea 6

3n there (a' han e to 7im %the ro)) o+& the book o+ the prophet "'aiah6 7e opene 2unro))e 4 the book an +oun the p)ace (here it (a' (ritten,2F4 18 The !pirit o+ the Lor %i'& upon 5e, becau'e 7e ha' anointe 5e %the 3nointe Bne, the 5e''iah& to preach the goo ne(' 2the 0o'pe)4 to the poor9 7e ha' 'ent 5e to announce re)ea'e to the capti*e' an reco*ery o+ 'ight to the b)in , to 'en +orth a' e)i*ere tho'e (ho are oppre''e %(ho are o(ntro en, brui'e , cru'he , an broken o(n by ca)amity&, 19 To proc)aim the accepte an acceptab)e year o+ the Lor %the ay %)&(hen 'a)*ation an the +ree +a*or' o+ 0o pro+u'e)y aboun 6204 2> Then 7e ro))e up the book an ga*e it back to the atten ant an 'at o(n9 an the eye' o+ a)) in the 'ynagogue (ere ga:ing %attenti*e)y& at 7im6 21 3n 7e began to 'peak to themF To ay thi' !cripture ha' been +u)+i))e %m&(hi)e you are pre'ent an hearing6 22 3n a)) 'poke (e)) o+ 7im an mar*e)e at the (or ' o+ grace that came +orth +rom
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7i' mouth9 an they 'ai , "' not thi' -o'eph.' %n&!onA 21 !o 7e 'ai to them, Dou (i)) oubt)e'' ;uote to 5e thi' pro*erbF Ihy'ician, hea) Dour'e)+C /hat (e ha*e )earne by hear'ay that Dou i in Capernaum, o here a)'o in Dour %o(n& to(n6 24 Then 7e 'ai , !o)emn)y " 'ay to you, no prophet i' acceptab)e an (e)come in hi' %o(n& to(n 2country46 25 <ut in truth " te)) you, there (ere many (i o(' in "'rae) in the ay' o+ $)i=ah, (hen the hea*en' (ere c)o'e up +or three year' an 'i, month', 'o that there came a great +amine o*er a)) the )an 9 26 3n yet $)i=ah (a' not 'ent to a 'ing)e one o+ them, but on)y to 8arephath in the country o+ !i on, to a (oman (ho (a' a (i o(6 %" Eing' 17F1, 8@169 18F16& 27 3n there (ere many )eper' in "'rae) in the time o+ $)i'ha the prophet, an yet not one o+ them (a' c)ean'e %by being hea)e &@@but on)y #aaman the !yrian6 %"" Eing' 5F1@146& 28 /hen they hear the'e thing', a)) the peop)e in the 'ynagogue (ere +i))e (ith

rage6 29 3n ri'ing up, they pu'he an ro*e 7im out o+ the to(n, an %)aying ho) o+ 7im& they )e 7im to the %pro=ecting& upper part o+ the hi)) on (hich their to(n (a' bui)t, that they might hur) 7im hea )ong o(n %o*er the c)i++&6 1> <ut pa''ing through their mi 't, 7e (ent on 7i' (ay6 11 3n 7e e'cen e to Capernaum, a to(n o+ 0a)i)ee, an there 7e continue to teach the peop)e on the !abbath ay'6 12 3n they (ere ama:e at 7i' teaching, +or 7i' (or (a' (ith authority an abi)ity an (eight an po(er6 11 #o( in the 'ynagogue there (a' a man (ho (a' po''e''e by the +ou) 'pirit o+ a emon9 an he crie out (ith a )ou 2 eep, terrib)e4 cry, 14 3h, %o&)et u' a)oneC /hat ha*e Dou to o (ith u' %/hat ha*e %p&(e in common&, -e'u' o+ #a:arethA 7a*e Dou come to e'troy u'A " kno( /ho Dou are@@the 7o)y Bne o+ 0o C 15 <ut -e'u' rebuke him, 'aying, <e

'i)ent 2mu::)e , gagge 4, an come out o+ himC 3n (hen the emon ha thro(n the man o(n in their mi 't, he came out o+ him (ithout in=uring him in any %;&po''ib)e (ay6 16 3n they (ere a)) ama:e an 'ai to one another, /hat kin o+ ta)k i' thi'A For (ith authority an po(er 7e comman ' the +ou) 'pirit' an they come outC 17 3n a rumor about 7im 'prea into e*ery p)ace in the 'urroun ing country6 18 Then 7e aro'e an )e+t the 'ynagogue an (ent into !imon.' 2Ieter.'4 hou'e6 #o( !imon.' mother@in@)a( (a' 'u++ering in the grip o+ a burning +e*er, an they p)ea e (ith 7im +or her6 19 3n 'tan ing o*er her, 7e rebuke the +e*er, an it )e+t her9 an imme iate)y 'he got up an began (aiting on them6 4> #o( at the 'etting o+ the 'un %in icating the en o+ the !abbath&, a)) tho'e (ho ha any %(ho (ere& 'ick (ith *ariou' i'ea'e' brought them to 7im, an 7e )ai 7i' han ' upon e*ery one o+ them an cure them6 41 3n emon' e*en came out o+ many

peop)e, 'creaming an crying out, Dou are the !on o+ 0o C <ut 7e rebuke them an (ou) not permit them to 'peak, becau'e they kne( that 7e (a' the Chri't 2the 5e''iah46 42 3n (hen aybreak came, 7e )e+t %Ieter.' hou'e& an (ent into an i'o)ate % e'ert& p)ace6 3n the peop)e )ooke +or 7im unti) they came up to 7im an trie to pre*ent 7im +rom )ea*ing them6 41 <ut 7e 'ai to them, " mu't preach the goo ne(' 2the 0o'pe)4 o+ the king om o+ 0o to the other citie' %an to(n'& a)'o, +or " (a' 'ent +or thi' %purpo'e&6 44 3n 7e continue to preach in the 'ynagogue' o+ 0a)i)ee6 Footnotes: a6 Luke 4F2 Hobert Doung, 3na)ytica) Concor ance to the <ib)e6 b6 Luke 4F4 !ome manu'cript' a thi' phra'e6 c6 Luke 4F5 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 6 Luke 4F7 Char)e' <6 /i))iam', The #e( Te'tamentF 3 Tran')ation in the Language

o+ the Ieop)eF Ke,pre''e by the 0reek aori't ten'e6K e6 Luke 4F8 !ome manu'cript' a thi' phra'e6 +6 Luke 4F9 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary o+ the 0reek Te'tament6 g6 Luke 4F12 Hobert Doung, 3na)ytica) Concor ance6 h6 Luke 4F11 Eenneth /ue't, /or !tu ie' in the 0reek #e( Te'tament6 i6 Luke 4F15 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'F in 0reek imper+ect ten'e6 =6 Luke 4F15 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon o+ #e( Te'tament 0reek6 k6 Luke 4F16 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary o+ the 0reek Te'tament6 )6 Luke 4F19 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 m6 Luke 4F21 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 n6 Luke 4F22 Capita)i:e becau'e o+ (hat 7e i', the 'pot)e'' !on o+ 0o , not (hat the 'peaker' may ha*e thought 7e (a'6 o6 Luke 4F14 !ome manu'cript' 'o rea 6

p6 Luke 4F14 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 ;6 Luke 4F15 Litera) tran')ation6 Cross references: 36 Luke 4F2 F ?eut 9F99 " Eing' 19F8 <6 Luke 4F4 F ?eut 8F1 C6 Luke 4F8 F ?eut 6F119 1>F2> ?6 Luke 4F11 F I' 91F11, 12 $6 Luke 4F12 F ?eut 6F16 F6 Luke 4F17 F "'a 61F1, 2 06 Luke 4F19 F "'a 61F1, 2 Luke (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke
#B/ "T occurre that (hi)e the peop)e pre''e upon -e'u' to hear the me''age o+ 0o , 7e (a' 'tan ing by the Lake o+ 0enne'aret 2!ea o+ 0a)i)ee46 2 3n 7e 'a( t(o boat' ra(n up by the )ake, but the +i'hermen ha gone o(n +rom them an (ere (a'hing their net'6
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3n getting into one o+ the boat', %the one& that be)onge to !imon 2Ieter4, 7e re;ue'te him to ra( a(ay a )itt)e +rom the 'hore6 Then 7e 'at o(n an continue to teach the cro( %o+ peop)e& +rom the boat6 4 /hen 7e ha 'toppe 'peaking, 7e 'ai to !imon 2Ieter4, Iut out into the eep %(ater&, an )o(er your net' +or a hau)6 5 3n !imon 2Ieter4 an'(ere , 5a'ter, (e toi)e a)) night %%a&e,hau'ting)y& an caught nothing %in our net'&6 <ut %b&on the groun o+ Dour (or , " (i)) )o(er the net' %again&6 6 3n (hen they ha one thi', they caught a great number o+ +i'h9 an a' their net' (ere %%c&at the point o+& breaking, 7 They 'igna)e to their partner' in the other boat to come an take ho) (ith them6 3n they came an +i))e both the boat', 'o that they began to 'ink6 8 <ut (hen !imon Ieter 'a( thi', he +e)) o(n at -e'u'. knee', 'aying, ?epart +rom me, +or " am a 'in+u) man, B Lor 6 9 For he (a' grippe (ith be(i) ering ama:ement %a))ie to terror&, an a)) (ho
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(ere (ith him, at the hau) o+ +i'h (hich they ha ma e9 1> 3n 'o a)'o (ere -ame' an -ohn, the 'on' o+ 8ebe ee, (ho (ere partner' (ith !imon 2Ieter46 3n -e'u' 'ai to !imon, 7a*e no +ear9 +rom no( on you (i)) be catching menC 11 3n a+ter they ha run their boat' on 'hore, they )e+t e*erything an % & =oine 7im a' 7i' i'cip)e' an 'i e (ith 7i' party an accompanie 7im6 12 /hi)e 7e (a' in one o+ the to(n', there came a man +u)) o+ 2co*ere (ith4 )epro'y9 an (hen he 'a( -e'u', he +e)) on hi' +ace an imp)ore 7im, 'aying, Lor , i+ Dou are (i))ing, Dou are ab)e to cure me an make me c)ean6 11 3n %-e'u'& reache out 7i' han an touche him, 'aying, " am (i))ing9 be c)ean'e C 3n imme iate)y the )epro'y )e+t him6 14 3n %-e'u'& charge him to te)) no one %%e&that he might chance to meet&, %+&unti) %7e 'ai & you go an 'ho( your'e)+ to the prie't, an make an o++ering +or your puri+ication, a' 5o'e' comman e , +or a

te'timony an proo+ to the peop)e, that they may ha*e e*i ence %o+ your hea)ing&6
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<ut 'o much the more the ne(' 'prea abroa concerning 7im, an great cro( ' kept coming together to hear %7im& an to be hea)e by 7im o+ their in+irmitie'6 16 <ut 7e 7im'e)+ (ith re( %in retirement& to the (i) erne'' 2 e'ert4 an praye 6 17 Bne o+ tho'e ay', a' 7e (a' teaching, there (ere Ihari'ee' an teacher' o+ the La( 'itting by, (ho ha come +rom e*ery *i))age an to(n o+ 0a)i)ee an -u ea an +rom -eru'a)em6 3n the po(er o+ the Lor (a' %pre'ent& (ith 7im to hea) %g&them6 18 3n beho) , 'ome men (ere bringing on a 'tretcher a man (ho (a' para)y:e , an they trie to carry him in an )ay him be+ore %-e'u'&6 19 <ut +in ing no (ay to bring him in becau'e o+ the cro( , they (ent up on the roo+ an )o(ere him (ith hi' 'tretcher through the ti)e' into the mi 't, in +ront o+ -e'u'6 2> 3n (hen 7e 'a( %their con+i ence in
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7im, 'pringing +rom& their +aith, 7e 'ai , 5an, your 'in' are +orgi*en youC 21 3n the 'cribe' an the Ihari'ee' began to rea'on an ;ue'tion an argue, 'aying, /ho i' thi' %5an& /ho 'peak' b)a'phemie'A /ho can +orgi*e 'in' but 0o a)oneA 22 <ut -e'u', kno(ing their thought' an ;ue'tioning', an'(ere them, /hy o you ;ue'tion in your heart'A 21 /hich i' ea'ierF to 'ay, Dour 'in' are +orgi*en you, or to 'ay, 3ri'e an (a)k %about&A 24 <ut that you may kno( that the !on o+ 5an ha' the %%h&po(er o+& authority an right on earth to +orgi*e 'in', 7e 'ai to the para)y:e man, " 'ay to you, ari'e, pick up your )itter 2'tretcher4, an go to your o(n hou'eC 25 3n in'tant)y %the man& 'too up be+ore them an picke up (hat he ha been )ying on an (ent a(ay to hi' hou'e, %i& recogni:ing an prai'ing an thanking 0o 6 26 3n o*er(he)ming a'toni'hment an ec'ta'y 'ei:e them a)), an they

recogni:e an prai'e an thanke 0o 9 an they (ere +i))e (ith an contro))e by re*erentia) +ear an kept 'aying, /e ha*e 'een (on er+u) an 'trange an incre ib)e an unthinkab)e thing' to ayC 27 3n a+ter thi', -e'u' (ent out an )ooke %attenti*e)y& at a ta, co))ector name Le*i 'itting at the ta, o++ice9 an 7e 'ai to him, %k&-oin 5e a' a i'cip)e an 'i e (ith 5y party an accompany 5e6 28 3n he +or'ook e*erything an got up an +o))o(e 7im %becoming 7i' i'cip)e an 'i ing (ith 7i' party&6 29 3n Le*i 25atthe(4 ma e a great ban;uet +or 7im in hi' o(n hou'e, an there (a' a )arge company o+ ta, co))ector' an other' (ho (ere rec)ining %at the tab)e& (ith them6 1> #o( the Ihari'ee' an their 'cribe' (ere grumb)ing again't -e'u'. i'cip)e', 'aying, /hy are you eating an rinking (ith ta, co))ector' an %preeminent)y& 'in+u) peop)eA 11 3n -e'u' rep)ie to them, "t i' not tho'e (ho are hea)thy (ho nee a phy'ician, but tho'e (ho are 'ick6
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" ha*e not come to arou'e an in*ite an ca)) the righteou', but %)&the erring one' 2%m&tho'e not +ree +rom 'in4 to repentance %%n&to change their min ' +or the better an hearti)y to amen their (ay', (ith abhorrence o+ their pa't 'in'&6 11 Then they 'ai to 7im, The i'cip)e' o+ -ohn practice +a'ting o+ten an o++er up prayer' o+ %'pecia)& petition, an 'o o %the i'cip)e'& o+ the Ihari'ee' a)'o, but Dour' eat an rink6 14 3n -e'u' 'ai to them, Can you make the (e ing gue't' +a't a' )ong a' the bri egroom i' (ith themA 15 <ut the ay' (i)) come (hen the bri egroom (i)) be taken +rom them9 an then they (i)) +a't in tho'e ay'6 16 7e to) them a %o&pro*erb a)'oF #o one put' a patch +rom a ne( garment on an o) garment9 i+ he oe', he (i)) both tear the ne( one, an the patch +rom the ne( %one& (i)) not match the o) %garment&6 17 3n no one pour' ne( (ine into o) (ine'kin'9 i+ he oe', the +re'h (ine (i)) bur't the 'kin' an it (i)) be 'pi))e an the 'kin' (i)) be ruine 2 e'troye 46
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<ut ne( (ine mu't be put into +re'h (ine'kin'6 19 3n no one a+ter rinking o) (ine imme iate)y e'ire' ne( (ine, +or he 'ay', The o) i' goo or %p&better6
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Footnotes: a6 Luke 5F5 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 b6 Luke 5F5 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 c6 Luke 5F6 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 6 Luke 5F11 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 e6 Luke 5F14 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 +6 Luke 5F14 Hichar Trench, #ote' on the 5irac)e' o+ our Lor 6 g6 Luke 5F17 !ome ancient manu'cript' 'o rea 6 h6 Luke 5F24 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 i6 Luke 5F25 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 =6 Luke 5F26 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 k6 Luke 5F27 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@

$ng)i'h Le,icon6 )6 Luke 5F12 Hobert Doung, 3na)ytica) Concor ance6 m6 Luke 5F12 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 n6 Luke 5F12 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 o6 Luke 5F16 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,icon o+ the #e( Te'tament6 p6 Luke 5F19 5any ancient manu'cript' rea Kbetter6K Cross references: 36 Luke 5F14 F Le* 11F499 14F2@12 Luke ! (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke !
B#$ !3<<3T7 (hi)e -e'u' (a' pa''ing through the +ie) ' o+ 'tan ing grain, it occurre that 7i' i'cip)e' picke 'ome o+ the 'pike' an ate %o+ the grain&, rubbing it out in their han '6234
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<ut 'ome o+ the Ihari'ee' a'ke them, /hy are you oing (hat i' not permitte to be one on the !abbath ay'A2<4 1 3n -e'u' rep)ie to them, 'aying, 7a*e you ne*er 'o much a' rea (hat ?a*i i (hen he (a' hungry, he an tho'e (ho (ere (ith himA@@%" !am6 21F1@66& 4 7o( he (ent into the hou'e o+ 0o an took an ate the %'acre & )oa*e' o+ the 'ho(brea , (hich it i' not permitte +or any e,cept on)y the prie't' to eat, an a)'o ga*e to tho'e %(ho (ere& (ith himA2C4 5 3n 7e 'ai to them, The !on o+ 5an i' Lor e*en o+ the !abbath6 6 3n it occurre on another !abbath that (hen 7e (ent into the 'ynagogue an taught, a man (a' pre'ent (ho'e right han (a' (ithere 6 7 3n the 'cribe' an the Ihari'ee' kept (atching -e'u' to 'ee (hether 7e (ou) %actua))y& hea) on the !abbath, in or er that they might get %'ome groun +or& accu'ation again't 7im6 8 <ut 7e (a' a(are a)) a)ong o+ their thought', an 7e 'ai to the man (ith the (ithere han , Come an 'tan here in the
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mi 't6 3n he aro'e an 'too there6 9 Then -e'u' 'ai to them, " a'k you, i' it )a(+u) an right on the !abbath to o goo %%a&'o that 'omeone eri*e' a *antage +rom it& or to o e*i), to 'a*e a )i+e %an %b&make a 'ou) 'a+e& or to e'troy itA 1> Then 7e g)ance aroun at them a)) an 'ai to the man, !tretch out your han C 3n he i 'o, an hi' han (a' +u))y re'tore %c&)ike the other one6 11 <ut they (ere +i))e (ith )ack o+ un er'tan ing an 'en'e)e'' rage an i'cu''e 2con'u)te 4 (ith one another (hat they might o to -e'u'6 12 #o( in tho'e ay' it occurre that 7e (ent up into a mountain to pray, an 'pent the (ho)e night in prayer to 0o 6 11 3n (hen it (a' ay, 7e 'ummone 7i' i'cip)e' an 'e)ecte +rom them t(e)*e, (hom 7e name apo't)e' 2'pecia) me''enger'4F 14 They (ere !imon, (hom 7e name Ieter, an hi' brother 3n re(9 an -ame' an -ohn9 an Ihi)ip an <artho)ome(9 15 3n 5atthe( an Thoma'9 an -ame'

'on o+ 3)phaeu', an !imon (ho (a' ca))e the 8ea)ot, 16 3n -u a' 'on o+ -ame', an -u a' "'cariot, (ho became a traitor 2a treacherou', ba'e)y +aith)e'' per'on46 17 3n -e'u' came o(n (ith them an took 7i' 'tan on a )e*e) 'pot, (ith a great cro( o+ 7i' i'cip)e' an a *a't throng o+ peop)e +rom a)) o*er -u ea an -eru'a)em an the 'eacoa't o+ Tyre an !i on, (ho came to )i'ten to 7im an to be cure o+ their i'ea'e'@@ 18 $*en tho'e (ho (ere i'turbe an troub)e (ith unc)ean 'pirit', an they (ere being hea)e %a)'o&6 19 3n a)) the mu)titu e (ere 'eeking to touch 7im, +or hea)ing po(er (a' a)) the (hi)e going +orth +rom 7im an curing them a)) %% &'a*ing them +rom 'e*ere i))ne''e' or ca)amitie'&6 2> 3n 'o)emn)y )i+ting up 7i' eye' on 7i' i'cip)e', 7e 'ai F <)e''e 2happy@@%e&(ith )i+e@=oy an 'ati'+action in 0o .' +a*or an 'a)*ation, apart +rom your out(ar con ition@@an %+&to be en*ie 4 are you poor an %g&)o()y an a++)icte 2 e'titute o+

(ea)th, in+)uence, po'ition, an honor4, +or the king om o+ 0o i' your'C 21 <)e''e 2happy@@%h&(ith )i+e@=oy an 'ati'+action in 0o .' +a*or an 'a)*ation, apart +rom your out(ar con ition@@an %i&to be en*ie 4 are you (ho hunger an 'eek (ith eager e'ire no(, +or you 'ha)) be +i))e an comp)ete)y 'ati'+ie C <)e''e 2happy@@%=&(ith )i+e@=oy an 'ati'+action in 0o .' +a*or an 'a)*ation, apart +rom your out(ar con ition@@an %k&to be en*ie 4 are you (ho (eep an 'ob no(, +or you 'ha)) )aughC 22 <)e''e 2happy@@%)&(ith )i+e@=oy an 'ati'+action in 0o .' +a*or an 'a)*ation, apart +rom your out(ar con ition@@an %m& to be en*ie 4 are you (hen peop)e e'pi'e 2hate4 you, an (hen they e,c)u e an e,communicate you %a' i'reputab)e& an re*i)e an enounce you an e+ame an ca't out an 'purn your name a' e*i) 2(icke 4 on account o+ the !on o+ 5an6 21 He=oice an be g)a at 'uch a time an e,u)t an )eap +or =oy, +or beho) , your re(ar i' rich an great an 'trong an inten'e an abun ant in hea*en9 +or e*en

'o their +ore+ather' treate the prophet'6 24 <ut (oe to 2a)a' +or4 you (ho are rich %n& 2 aboun ing in materia) re'ource'4, +or you a)rea y are recei*ing your con'o)ation 2the 'o)ace an 'en'e o+ 'trengthening an cheer that come +rom pro'perity4 an ha*e taken an en=oye your com+ort in +u)) %ha*ing nothing )e+t to be a(ar e you&6 25 /oe to 2a)a' +or4 you (ho are +u)) no( 2comp)ete)y +i))e , )u,uriou')y gorge an 'atiate 4, +or you 'ha)) hunger an 'u++er (antC /oe to 2a)a' +or4 you (ho )augh no(, +or you 'ha)) mourn an (eep an (ai)C 26 /oe to 2a)a' +or4 you (hen e*eryone 'peak' +air)y an han 'ome)y o+ you an prai'e' you, +or e*en 'o their +ore+ather' i to the +a)'e prophet'6 27 <ut " 'ay to you (ho are )i'tening no( to 5eF %%o&in or er to hee , make it a practice to& )o*e your enemie', treat (e)) 2 o goo to, act nob)y to(ar 4 tho'e (ho ete't you an pur'ue you (ith hatre , 28 "n*oke b)e''ing' upon an pray +or the happine'' o+ tho'e (ho cur'e you, imp)ore 0o .' b)e''ing 2+a*or4 upon tho'e (ho abu'e you %(ho re*i)e, reproach,

i'parage, an high@han e )y mi'u'e you&6 29 To the one (ho 'trike' you on the %p& =a( or cheek, o++er the other %;&=a( or cheek a)'o9 an +rom him (ho take' a(ay your outer garment, o not (ithho) your un ergarment a' (e))6 1> 0i*e a(ay to e*eryone (ho beg' o+ you %(ho i' %r&in (ant o+ nece''itie'&, an o+ him (ho take' a(ay +rom you your goo ', o not eman or re;uire them back again6 11 3n a' you (ou) )ike an e'ire that men (ou) o to you, o e,act)y 'o to them6 12 "+ you %mere)y& )o*e tho'e (ho )o*e you, (hat %'&;ua)ity o+ cre it an thank' i' that to youA For e*en %t&the %*ery& 'inner' )o*e their )o*er' 2tho'e (ho )o*e them46 11 3n i+ you are kin an goo an o +a*or' to an bene+it tho'e (ho are kin an goo an o +a*or' to an bene+it you, (hat %u&;ua)ity o+ cre it an thank' i' that to youA For e*en %*&the preeminent)y 'in+u) o the 'ame6 14 3n i+ you )en money %(&at intere't to tho'e +rom (hom you hope to recei*e, (hat %,&;ua)ity o+ cre it an thank' i' that

to youA $*en notoriou' 'inner' )en money %y& at intere't to 'inner', 'o a' to reco*er a' much again6 15 <ut )o*e your enemie' an be kin an o goo % oing +a*or' %:&'o that 'omeone eri*e' bene+it +rom them& an )en , e,pecting an hoping +or nothing in return but %aa&con'i ering nothing a' )o't an e'pairing o+ no one9 an then your recompen'e 2your re(ar 4 (i)) be great 2rich, 'trong, inten'e, an abun ant4, an you (i)) be 'on' o+ the 5o't 7igh, +or 7e i' kin an charitab)e an goo to the ungrate+u) an the 'e)+i'h an (icke 6 16 !o be merci+u) 2'ympathetic, ten er, re'pon'i*e, an compa''ionate4 e*en a' your Father i' %a)) the'e&6 17 -u ge not %neither pronouncing =u gment nor 'ub=ecting to cen'ure&, an you (i)) not be =u ge 9 o not con emn an pronounce gui)ty, an you (i)) not be con emne an pronounce gui)ty9 ac;uit an +orgi*e an %ab&re)ea'e 2gi*e up re'entment, )et it rop4, an you (i)) be ac;uitte an +orgi*en an %ac&re)ea'e 6 18 0i*e, an %gi+t'& (i)) be gi*en to you9

goo mea'ure, pre''e o(n, 'haken together, an running o*er, (i)) they pour %a & into %the pouch +orme by& the bo'om %o+ your robe an u'e a' a bag&6 For (ith the mea'ure you ea) out %(ith the mea'ure you u'e (hen you con+er bene+it' on other'&, it (i)) be mea'ure back to you6 19 7e +urther to) them %ae&a pro*erbF Can a b)in %man& gui e an irect a b)in %man&A /i)) they not both 'tumb)e into a itch or a %a+&ho)e in the groun A 4> 3 pupi) i' not 'uperior to hi' teacher, but e*eryone %(hen he i'& comp)ete)y traine 2rea =u'te , re'tore , 'et to right', an per+ecte 4 (i)) be )ike hi' teacher6 41 /hy o you 'ee the 'peck that i' in your brother.' eye but o not notice or con'i er the beam %o+ timber& that i' in your o(n eyeA 42 Br ho( can you 'ay to your brother, <rother, a))o( me to take out the 'peck that i' in your eye, (hen you your'e)+ o not 'ee the beam that i' in your o(n eyeA Dou actor 2preten er, hypocrite4C Fir't take the beam out o+ your o(n eye, an then you (i)) 'ee c)ear)y to take out the 'peck

that i' in your brother.' eye6 41 For there i' no goo 2hea)thy4 tree that bear' ecaye 2(orth)e'', 'ta)e4 +ruit, nor on the other han oe' a ecaye 2(orth)e'', 'ick)y4 tree bear goo +ruit6 44 For each tree i' kno(n an i enti+ie by it' o(n +ruit9 +or +ig' are not gathere +rom thornbu'he', nor i' a c)u'ter o+ grape' picke +rom a bramb)ebu'h6 45 The upright 2honorab)e, intrin'ica))y goo 4 man out o+ the goo trea'ure %'tore & in hi' heart pro uce' (hat i' upright 2honorab)e an intrin'ica))y goo 4, an the e*i) man out o+ the e*i) 'torehou'e bring' +orth that (hich i' epra*e 2(icke an intrin'ica))y e*i)49 +or out o+ the abun ance 2o*er+)o(4 o+ the heart hi' mouth 'peak'6 46 /hy o you ca)) 5e, Lor , Lor , an o not %practice& (hat " te)) youA 47 For e*eryone (ho come' to 5e an )i'ten' to 5y (or ' %in or er to hee their teaching& an oe' them, " (i)) 'ho( you (hat he i' )ikeF 48 7e i' )ike a man bui) ing a hou'e, (ho ug an (ent o(n eep an )ai a

+oun ation upon the rock9 an (hen a +)oo aro'e, the torrent broke again't that hou'e an cou) not 'hake or mo*e it, becau'e it ha been 'ecure)y bui)t or %ag&+oun e on a rock6 49 <ut he (ho mere)y hear' an oe' not practice oing 5y (or ' i' )ike a man (ho bui)t a hou'e on the groun (ithout a +oun ation, again't (hich the torrent bur't, an imme iate)y it co))ap'e an +e)), an the breaking an ruin o+ that hou'e (a' great6 Footnotes: a6 Luke 6F9 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 b6 Luke 6F9 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 c6 Luke 6F1> !ome manu'cript' a thi' phra'e6 6 Luke 6F19 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 e6 Luke 6F2> 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 +6 Luke 6F2> 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6

g6 Luke 6F2> -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 h6 Luke 6F21 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 i6 Luke 6F21 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 =6 Luke 6F21 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 k6 Luke 6F21 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 )6 Luke 6F22 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 m6 Luke 6F22 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 n6 Luke 6F24 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 o6 Luke 6F27 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 p6 Luke 6F29 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 ;6 Luke 6F29 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 r6 Luke 6F1> -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 '6 Luke 6F12 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 t6 Luke 6F12 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e

<ib)e6 u6 Luke 6F11 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 *6 Luke 6F11 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 (6 Luke 6F14 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 ,6 Luke 6F14 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 y6 Luke 6F14 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 :6 Luke 6F15 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 aa6 Luke 6F15 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 bb6 Luke 6F17 Litera) tran')ation6 cc6 Luke 6F17 Litera) meaning6 6 Luke 6F18 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 ee6 Luke 6F19 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,icon6 ++6 Luke 6F19 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 gg6 Luke 6F48 !ome manu'cript' 'o rea 6 Cross references: 36 Luke 6F1 F ?eut 21F25 <6 Luke 6F2 F $,o 2>F1>9 21F129 ?eut

5F14 C6 Luke 6F4 F Le* 24F9 Luke " (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke "
3FT$H -$!L! ha +ini'he a)) that 7e ha to 'ay in the hearing o+ the peop)e %on the mountain&, 7e entere Capernaum6 2 #o( a centurion ha a bon 'er*ant (ho (a' he) in honor an high)y *a)ue by him, (ho (a' 'ick an at the point o+ eath6 1 3n (hen the centurion hear o+ -e'u', he 'ent 'ome -e(i'h e) er' to 7im, re;ue'ting 7im to come an make hi' bon 'er*ant (e))6 4 3n (hen they reache -e'u', they begge 7im earne't)y, 'aying, 7e i' (orthy that Dou 'hou) o thi' +or him, 5 For he )o*e' our nation an he bui)t u'
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our 'ynagogue %at hi' o(n e,pen'e&6 6 3n -e'u' (ent (ith them6 <ut (hen 7e (a' not +ar +rom the hou'e, the centurion 'ent %'ome& +rien ' to 7im, 'aying, Lor , o not troub)e %Dour'e)+&, +or " am not %a&'u++icient)y (orthy to ha*e Dou come un er my roo+9 7 #either i " con'i er my'e)+ (orthy to come to Dou6 <ut %=u't& 'peak a (or , an my 'er*ant boy (i)) be hea)e 6 8 For " a)'o am a man % ai)y& 'ub=ect to authority, (ith 'o) ier' un er me6 3n " 'ay to one, 0o, an he goe'9 an to another, Come, an he come'9 an to my bon 'er*ant, ?o thi', an he oe' it6 9 #o( (hen -e'u' hear thi', 7e mar*e)e at him, an 7e turne an 'ai to the cro( that +o))o(e 7im, " te)) you, not e*en in %a))& "'rae) ha*e " +oun 'uch great +aith %a' thi'&6 1> 3n (hen the me''enger' (ho ha been 'ent returne to the hou'e, they +oun the bon 'er*ant %b&(ho ha been i)) ;uite (e)) again6 11%c& !oon a+ter(ar , -e'u' (ent to a to(n ca))e #ain, an 7i' i'cip)e' an a great

throng accompanie 7im6 12 %-u't& a' 7e re( near the gate o+ the to(n, beho) , a man (ho ha ie (a' being carrie out@@the on)y 'on o+ hi' mother, an 'he (a' a (i o(9 an a )arge gathering +rom the to(n (a' accompanying her6 11 3n (hen the Lor 'a( her, 7e ha compa''ion on her an 'ai to her, ?o not (eep6 14 3n 7e (ent +or(ar an touche the +unera) bier, an the pa))bearer' 'too 'ti))6 3n 7e 'ai , Doung man, " 'ay to you, ari'e %% &+rom eath&C 15 3n the man %(ho (a'& ea 'at up an began to 'peak6 3n %-e'u'& ga*e him %back& to hi' mother6 16 Iro+oun an re*erent +ear 'ei:e them a)), an they began %e&to recogni:e 0o an prai'e an gi*e thank', 'aying, 3 great %+&Irophet ha' appeare among u'C 3n 0o ha' *i'ite 7i' peop)e %in or er to he)p an care +or an pro*i e +or them&C 17 3n thi' report concerning %-e'u'& 'prea through the (ho)e o+ -u ea an a)) the country roun about6 %" Eing' 17F17@

249 "" Eing' 4F12@176& 18 3n -ohn.' i'cip)e' brought him %(ho (a' no( in pri'on& (or o+ a)) the'e thing'6 19 3n -ohn 'ummone to him a certain t(o o+ hi' i'cip)e' an 'ent them to the Lor , 'aying, 3re Dou 7e /ho i' to come, or 'ha)) (e %continue to& )ook +or anotherA 2> !o the men came to -e'u' an 'ai , -ohn the <apti't 'ent u' to Dou to a'k, 3re Dou the Bne /ho i' to come, or 'ha)) (e %continue to& )ook +or anotherA 21 "n that *ery hour -e'u' (a' hea)ing many %peop)e& o+ 'ickne''e' an i'tre''ing bo i)y p)ague' an e*i) 'pirit', an to many (ho (ere b)in 7e ga*e %%g&a +ree, graciou', =oy@gi*ing gi+t o+& 'ight6 22 !o 7e rep)ie to them, 0o an te)) -ohn (hat you ha*e 'een an hear F the b)in recei*e their 'ight, the )ame (a)k, the )eper' are c)ean'e , the ea+ hear, the ea are rai'e up, an the poor ha*e the goo ne(' 2the 0o'pe)4 preache to them6
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3n b)e''e 2happy@@%h&(ith )i+e@=oy an 'ati'+action in 0o .' +a*or an 'a)*ation, apart +rom out(ar con ition'@@an %i&to be
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en*ie 4 i' he (ho take' no o++en'e in 5e an (ho i' not hurt or re'ent+u) or annoye or repe))e or ma e to 'tumb)e %%=&(hate*er may occur&6 24 3n the me''enger' o+ -ohn ha*ing eparte , -e'u' began to 'peak to the cro( ' about -ohnF /hat i you go out into the e'ert to ga:e onA 3 ree 'haken an '(aye by the (in A 25 Then (hat i you go out to 'eeA 3 man re''e up in 'o+t garment'A <eho) , tho'e (ho (ear +ine appare) an )i*e in )u,ury are in the court' or pa)ace' o+ king'6 26 /hat then i you go out to 'eeA 3 prophet 2a +orthte))er4A De', " te)) you, an +ar more than a prophet6 27 Thi' i' the one o+ (hom it i' (ritten, <eho) , " 'en 5y me''enger be+ore Dour +ace, (ho 'ha)) make rea y Dour (ay be+ore Dou62<4 28 " te)) you, among tho'e born o+ (omen there i' no one greater than -ohn9 but %k&he that i' in+erior %to the other citi:en'& in the king om o+ 0o i' greater %in incomparab)e pri*i)ege& than he6 29 3n a)) the peop)e (ho hear 7im,

e*en the ta, co))ector', ackno()e ge the =u'tice o+ 0o %in %)&ca))ing them to repentance an in pronouncing +uture (rath on the impenitent&, being bapti:e (ith the bapti'm o+ -ohn6 1> <ut the Ihari'ee' an the )a(yer' %o+ the 5o'aic La(& annu))e an re=ecte an brought to nothing 0o .' purpo'e concerning them'e)*e', by %re+u'ing an & not being bapti:e by him %-ohn&6 11 !o to (hat 'ha)) " compare the men o+ thi' generationA 3n (hat are they )ikeA 12 They are )ike )itt)e chi) ren 'itting in the marketp)ace, ca))ing to one another an 'aying, /e pipe to you %p)aying (e ing&, an you i not ance9 (e 'ang irge' an (ai)e %p)aying +unera)&, an you i not (eep6 11 For -ohn the <apti't ha' come neither eating brea nor rinking (ine, an you 'ay, 7e ha' a emon6 14 The !on o+ 5an ha' come eating an rinking, an you 'ay, <eho) , a 5an /ho i' a g)utton an a (ine rinker, a +rien o+ ta, co))ector' an notoriou' 'inner'6 15 Det (i' om i' *in icate 2%m&'ho(n to

be true an i*ine4 by a)) her chi) ren %%n&by their )i+e, character, an ee '&6 16 Bne o+ the Ihari'ee' a'ke -e'u' to ine (ith him, an 7e (ent into the Ihari'ee.' hou'e an rec)ine at tab)e6 17 3n beho) , a (oman o+ the to(n (ho (a' %o&an e'pecia))y (icke 'inner, (hen 'he )earne that 7e (a' rec)ining at tab)e in the Ihari'ee.' hou'e, brought an a)aba'ter +)a'k o+ ointment 2per+ume46 18 3n 'tan ing behin 7im at 7i' +eet (eeping, 'he began to (et 7i' +eet (ith %her& tear'9 an 'he (ipe them (ith the hair o+ her hea an ki''e 7i' +eet %a++ectionate)y& an anointe them (ith the ointment 2per+ume46 19 #o( (hen the Ihari'ee (ho ha in*ite 7im 'a( it, he 'ai to him'e)+, "+ thi' 5an (ere a prophet, 7e (ou) 'ure)y kno( (ho an (hat 'ort o+ (oman thi' i' (ho i' touching 7im@@+or 'he i' a notoriou' 'inner 2a 'ocia) outca't, e*ote to 'in46 4> 3n -e'u', rep)ying, 'ai to him, !imon, " ha*e 'omething to 'ay to you6 3n he an'(ere , Teacher, 'ay it6 41 3 certain )en er o+ money %at intere't&

ha t(o ebtor'F one o(e him +i*e hun re enarii, an the other +i+ty6 42 /hen they ha no mean' o+ paying, he +ree)y +orga*e them both6 #o( (hich o+ them (i)) )o*e him moreA 41 !imon an'(ere , The one, " take it, +or (hom he +orga*e an cance))e more6 3n -e'u' 'ai to him, Dou ha*e eci e correct)y6 44 Then turning to(ar the (oman, 7e 'ai to !imon, ?o you 'ee thi' (omanA /hen " came into your hou'e, you ga*e 5e no (ater +or 5y +eet, but 'he ha' (et 5y +eet (ith her tear' an (ipe them (ith her hair6 45 Dou ga*e 5e no ki'', but 'he +rom the moment " came in ha' not cea'e %%p&intermittent)y& to ki'' 5y +eet ten er)y an care''ing)y6 46 Dou i not anoint 5y hea (ith %;& %cheap, or inary& oi), but 'he ha' anointe 5y +eet (ith %r&%co't)y, rare& per+ume6 47 There+ore " te)) you, her 'in', many %a' they are&, are +orgi*en her@@becau'e 'he ha' )o*e much6 <ut he (ho i' +orgi*en )itt)e )o*e' )itt)e6

3n 7e 'ai to her, Dour 'in' are +orgi*enC 49 Then tho'e (ho (ere at tab)e (ith 7im began to 'ay among them'e)*e', /ho i' thi' /ho e*en +orgi*e' 'in'A 5> <ut -e'u' 'ai to the (oman, Dour +aith ha' 'a*e you9 go 2enter4 %'&into peace %%t&in +ree om +rom a)) the i'tre''e' that are e,perience a' the re'u)t o+ 'in&6
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Footnotes: a6 Luke 7F6 Litera) tran')ationF K'u++icient6K b6 Luke 7F1> !ome manu'cript' a thi' phra'e6 c6 Luke 7F11 5any ancient manu'cript' rea Kthe ne,t ay6K 6 Luke 7F14 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 e6 Luke 7F16 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 +6 Luke 7F16 Capita)i:e becau'e o+ (hat 7e i', the 'pot)e'' !on o+ 0o , not (hat the 'peaker' may ha*e thought 7e (a'6 g6 Luke 7F21 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 h6 Luke 7F21 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@

Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 i6 Luke 7F21 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 =6 Luke 7F21 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 k6 Luke 7F28 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 )6 Luke 7F29 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 m6 Luke 7F15 3)bert <arne', #ote' on the #e( Te'tament6 n6 Luke 7F15 3)bert <arne', #ote' on the #e( Te'tament6 o6 Luke 7F17 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 p6 Luke 7F45 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 ;6 Luke 7F46 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 r6 Luke 7F46 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 '6 Luke 7F5> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 t6 Luke 7F5> 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 Cross references: 36 Luke 7F22 F "'a 29F18, 199 15F5, 69

61F1 <6 Luke 7F27 F 5a) 1F1 Luke # (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke #
!BB# 3FT$H/3H?, %-e'u'& (ent on through to(n' an *i))age', preaching an bringing the goo ne(' 2the 0o'pe)4 o+ the king om o+ 0o 6 3n the T(e)*e %apo't)e'& (ere (ith 7im, 2 3n a)'o 'ome (omen (ho ha been cure o+ e*i) 'pirit' an i'ea'e'F 5ary, ca))e 5ag a)ene, +rom (hom 'e*en emon' ha been e,pe))e 9 1 3n -oanna, the (i+e o+ Chu:a, 7ero .' hou'eho) manager9 an !u'anna9 an many other', (ho mini'tere to an pro*i e +or %a&7im an them out o+ their property an per'ona) be)onging'6 4 3n (hen a *ery great throng (a' gathering together an peop)e +rom to(n
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a+ter to(n kept coming to -e'u', 7e 'ai in a parab)eF 5 3 'o(er (ent out to 'o( 'ee 9 an a' he 'o(e , 'ome +e)) a)ong the tra*e)e path an (a' tro en un er+oot, an the bir ' o+ the air ate it up6 6 3n 'ome %'ee & +e)) on the rock, an a' 'oon a' it 'proute , it (ithere a(ay becau'e it ha no moi'ture6 7 3n other %'ee & +e)) in the mi 't o+ the thorn', an the thorn' gre( up (ith it an choke it %o++&6 8 3n 'ome 'ee +e)) into goo 'oi), an gre( up an yie) e a crop a hun re time' %a' great&6 3' 7e 'ai the'e thing', 7e ca))e out, 7e (ho ha' ear' to hear, )et him be )i'tening an )et him %b&con'i er an un er'tan by hearingC 9 3n (hen 7i' i'cip)e' a'ke 7im the meaning o+ thi' parab)e, 1> 7e 'ai to them, To you it ha' been gi*en to %come progre''i*e)y to& kno( 2to recogni:e an un er'tan more 'trong)y an c)ear)y4 the my'terie' an 'ecret' o+ the king om o+ 0o , but +or other' they are in parab)e', 'o that, %though& )ooking, they

may not 'ee9 an hearing, they may not comprehen 6234 11 #o( the meaning o+ the parab)e i' thi'F The 'ee i' the /or o+ 0o 6 12 Tho'e a)ong the tra*e)e roa are the peop)e (ho ha*e hear 9 then the e*i) come' an carrie' a(ay the me''age out o+ their heart', that they may not be)ie*e 2%c&ackno()e ge 5e a' their !a*ior an e*ote them'e)*e' to 5e4 an be 'a*e %here an herea+ter&6 11 3n tho'e upon the rock %are the peop)e& (ho, (hen they hear %the /or &, recei*e an (e)come it (ith =oy9 but the'e ha*e no root6 They be)ie*e +or a (hi)e, an in time o+ tria) an temptation +a)) a(ay 2(ith ra( an 'tan a)oo+46 14 3n a' +or (hat +e)) among the thorn', the'e are %the peop)e& (ho hear, but a' they go on their (ay they are choke an 'u++ocate (ith the an,ietie' an care' an riche' an p)ea'ure' o+ )i+e, an their +ruit oe' not ripen 2come to maturity an per+ection46 15 <ut a' +or that %'ee & in the goo 'oi), the'e are %the peop)e& (ho, hearing the

/or , ho) it +a't in a =u't 2% &nob)e, *irtuou'4 an (orthy heart, an 'tea i)y bring +orth +ruit (ith patience6 16 #o one a+ter he ha' )ighte a )amp co*er' it (ith a *e''e) or put' it un er a % ining tab)e& couch9 but he put' it on a )amp'tan , that tho'e (ho come in may 'ee the )ight6 17 For there i' nothing hi en that 'ha)) not be i'c)o'e , nor anything 'ecret that 'ha)) not be kno(n an come out into the open6 18 <e care+u) there+ore ho( you )i'ten6 For to him (ho ha' %'piritua) kno()e ge& (i)) more be gi*en9 an +rom him (ho oe' not ha*e %'piritua) kno()e ge&, e*en (hat he think' an %e&gue''e' an %+&'uppo'e' that he ha' (i)) be taken a(ay6 19 Then -e'u'. mother an 7i' brother' came a)ong to(ar 7im, but they cou) not get to 7im becau'e o+ the cro( 6 2> 3n it (a' to) 7im, Dour mother an Dour brother' are 'tan ing out'i e, e'iring to ha*e an inter*ie( (ith Dou6 21 <ut 7e an'(ere them, 5y mother an 5y brother' are tho'e (ho )i'ten to the

/or o+ 0o an o itC 22 Bne o+ tho'e ay' 7e an 7i' i'cip)e' got into a boat, an 7e 'ai to them, Let u' go acro'' to the other 'i e o+ the )ake6 !o they put out to 'ea6 21 <ut a' they (ere 'ai)ing, 7e +e)) o++ to ')eep6 3n a %g& (hir)(in re*o)*ing +rom be)o( up(ar ' '(ept o(n on the )ake, an the boat (a' +i))ing (ith (ater, an they (ere in great anger6 24 3n the i'cip)e' came an (oke 7im, 'aying, 5a'ter, 5a'ter, (e are peri'hingC 3n 7e, being thorough)y a(akene , %h& cen'ure an %i&b)ame an rebuke the (in an the raging (a*e'9 an they cea'e , an there came a ca)m6 25 3n 7e 'ai to them, %/hy are you 'o +ear+u)A& /here i' your +aith 2your tru't, your con+i ence in 5e@@in 5y *eracity an 5y integrity4A 3n they (ere 'ei:e (ith a)arm an pro+oun an re*erent rea , an they mar*e)e , 'aying to one another, /ho then i' thi', that 7e comman ' e*en (in an 'ea, an they obey 7imA 26 Then they came to the country o+ the 0era'ene', (hich i' oppo'ite 0a)i)ee6

#o( (hen -e'u' 'teppe out on )an , there met 7im a certain man out o+ the to(n (ho ha %(a' po''e''e by& emon'6 For a )ong time he ha (orn no c)othe', an he )i*e not in a hou'e but in the tomb'6 28 3n (hen he 'a( -e'u', he rai'e a eep 2terrib)e4 cry %+rom the epth' o+ hi' throat& an +e)) o(n be+ore 7im %in terror& an 'houte )ou )y, /hat ha*e Dou %to o& (ith me, -e'u', !on o+ the 5o't 7igh 0o A %%=&/hat ha*e (e in commonA& " beg Dou, o not torment meC 29 For -e'u' (a' a)rea y comman ing the unc)ean 'pirit to come out o+ the man6 For many time' it ha 'natche an he) him9 he (a' kept un er guar an boun (ith chain' an +etter', but he (ou) break the bon ' an be ri*en by the emon into the (i) erne'' 2 e'ert46 1> -e'u' then a'ke him, /hat i' your nameA 3n he an'(ere , Legion9 +or many emon' ha entere him6 11 3n they begge %-e'u'& not to comman them to epart into the 3by'' 2bottom)e'' pit462<4
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#o( a great her o+ '(ine (a' there +ee ing on the hi))'i e9 an %the emon'& begge 7im to gi*e them )ea*e to enter the'e6 3n 7e a))o(e them %to o 'o&6 11 Then the emon' came out o+ the man an entere into the '(ine, an the her ru'he o(n the 'teep c)i++ into the )ake an (ere ro(ne 6 14 /hen the her 'men 'a( (hat ha happene , they ran a(ay an to) it in the to(n an in the country6 15 3n %peop)e& (ent out to 'ee (hat ha occurre , an they came to -e'u' an +oun the man +rom (hom the emon' ha gone out, 'itting at the +eet o+ -e'u', c)othe an in hi' right 2'oun 4 min 9 an they (ere 'ei:e (ith a)arm an +ear6 16 3n tho'e %a)'o& (ho ha 'een it to) them ho( he (ho ha been po''e''e (ith emon' (a' re'tore %to hea)th&6 17 Then a)) the peop)e o+ the country 'urroun ing the 0era'ene'. i'trict a'ke %-e'u'& to epart +rom them, +or they (ere po''e''e an 'u++ering (ith rea an terror9 'o 7e entere a boat an returne %to the (e't 'i e o+ the !ea o+ 0a)i)ee&6
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<ut the man +rom (hom the emon' ha gone out kept begging an %k&praying that he might accompany 7im an be (ith 7im, but %-e'u'& 'ent him a(ay, 'aying, 19 Heturn to your home, an recount %the 'tory& o+ ho( many an great thing' 0o ha' one +or you6 3n %the man& eparte , proc)aiming throughout the (ho)e city ho( much -e'u' ha one +or him6 4> #o( (hen -e'u' came back %to 0a)i)ee&, the cro( recei*e an (e)come 7im g)a )y, +or they (ere a)) (aiting an )ooking +or 7im6 41 3n there came a man name -airu', (ho ha %+or a %)&)ong time& been a irector o+ the 'ynagogue9 an +a))ing at the +eet o+ -e'u', he begge 7im to come to hi' hou'e, 42 For he ha an on)y aughter, about t(e)*e year' o+ age, an 'he (a' ying6 3' %-e'u'& (ent, the peop)e pre''e together aroun 7im %a)mo't 'u++ocating 7im&6 41 3n a (oman (ho ha 'u++ere +rom a +)o( o+ b)oo +or t(e)*e year' %m&an ha 'pent a)) her )i*ing upon phy'ician', an cou) not be hea)e by anyone,
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Came up behin 7im an touche the +ringe o+ 7i' garment, an imme iate)y her +)o( o+ b)oo cea'e 6 45 3n -e'u' 'ai , /ho i' it (ho touche 5eA /hen a)) (ere enying it, Ieter %n&an tho'e (ho (ere (ith him 'ai , 5a'ter, the mu)titu e' 'urroun Dou an pre'' Dou on e*ery 'i eC 46 <ut -e'u' 'ai , !omeone i touch 5e9 +or " percei*e that %hea)ing& po(er ha' gone +orth +rom 5e6 47 3n (hen the (oman 'a( that 'he ha not e'cape notice, 'he came up tremb)ing, an , +a))ing o(n be+ore 7im, 'he ec)are in the pre'ence o+ a)) the peop)e +or (hat rea'on 'he ha touche 7im an ho( 'he ha been in'tant)y cure 6 48 3n 7e 'ai to her, ?aughter, your +aith 2your con+i ence an tru't in 5e4 ha' ma e you (e))C 0o 2enter4 %o&into peace 2%p&untroub)e , un i'turbe (e))@being46 49 /hi)e 7e (a' 'ti)) 'peaking, a man +rom the hou'e o+ the irector o+ the 'ynagogue came an 'ai %to -airu'&, Dour aughter i' ea 9 o not %;&(eary an troub)e the Teacher any +urther6
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<ut -e'u', on hearing thi', an'(ere him, ?o not be 'ei:e (ith a)arm or 'truck (ith +ear9 'imp)y be)ie*e %%r&in 5e a' ab)e to o thi'&, an 'he 'ha)) be ma e (e))6 51 3n (hen 7e came to the hou'e, 7e permitte no one to enter (ith 7im e,cept Ieter an -ohn an -ame', an the gir).' +ather an mother6 52 3n a)) (ere (eeping +or an be(ai)ing her9 but 7e 'ai , ?o not (eep, +or 'he i' not ea but ')eeping6 51 3n they )aughe 7im to 'corn, kno(ing +u)) (e)) that 'he (a' ea 6 54 3n gra'ping her han , 7e ca))e , 'aying, Chi) , ari'e %%'&+rom the ')eep o+ eath&C 55 3n her 'pirit returne %%t&+rom eath&, an 'he aro'e imme iate)y9 an 7e irecte that 'he 'hou) be gi*en 'omething to eat6 56 3n her parent' (ere ama:e , but 7e charge them to te)) no one (hat ha occurre 6
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a6 Luke 8F1 !ome ancient manu'cript' rea K7imK in'tea o+ Kthem6K b6 Luke 8F8 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 c6 Luke 8F12 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 6 Luke 8F15 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 e6 Luke 8F18 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 +6 Luke 8F18 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 g6 Luke 8F21 -676 7einrich !chmi t, cite by -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@$ng)i'h Le,icon6 h6 Luke 8F24 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 i6 Luke 8F24 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 =6 Luke 8F28 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 k6 Luke 8F18 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 )6 Luke 8F41 Char)e' <6 /i))iam', The #e( Te'tamentF 3 Tran')ationF KThe 0reek imper+ect ten'e e,pre''e' thi' i ea o+ uration6K m6 Luke 8F41 5any manu'cript' a thi'

phra'e6 n6 Luke 8F45 !ome manu'cript' a thi' phra'e6 o6 Luke 8F48 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 p6 Luke 8F48 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 ;6 Luke 8F49 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 r6 Luke 8F5> -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 '6 Luke 8F54 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 t6 Luke 8F55 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 Cross references: 36 Luke 8F1> F "'a 6F9, 1>9 -er 5F219 $:ek 12F2 <6 Luke 8F11 F He* 9F1 Luke $ (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

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T7$# -$!L! ca))e together the T(e)*e %apo't)e'& an ga*e them po(er an authority o*er a)) emon', an to cure i'ea'e', 2 3n 7e 'ent them out to announce an preach the king om o+ 0o an to bring hea)ing6 1 3n 7e 'ai to them, ?o not take anything +or your =ourney@@neither (a)king 'tick, nor %a&(a))et %+or a co))ection bag&, nor +oo o+ any kin , nor money, an o not ha*e t(o un ergarment' 2tunic'46 4 3n (hate*er hou'e you enter, 'tay there unti) you go a(ay %+rom that p)ace&6 5 3n (here*er they o not recei*e an accept an (e)come you, (hen you )ea*e that to(n 'hake o++ %e*en& the u't +rom your +eet, a' a te'timony again't them6 6 3n eparting, they (ent about +rom *i))age to *i))age, preaching the 0o'pe) an re'toring the a++)icte to hea)th e*ery(here6 7 #o( 7ero the tetrarch hear o+ a)) that (a' being one by %-e'u'&, an he (a'
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%thorough)y& perp)e,e an troub)e , becau'e it (a' 'ai by 'ome that -ohn %the <apti't& ha been rai'e +rom the ea , 8 3n by other' that $)i=ah ha appeare , an by other' that one o+ the prophet' o+ o) ha come back to )i+e6 9 <ut 7ero 'ai , -ohn " behea e 9 but /ho i' thi' about /hom " %)earn& 'uch thing' by hear'ayA 3n he 'ought to 'ee 7im6 1> Lpon their return, the apo't)e' reporte to -e'u' a)) that they ha one6 3n 7e took them %a)ong (ith 7im& an (ith re( into pri*acy near a to(n ca))e <eth'ai a6 11 <ut (hen the cro( ' )earne o+ it, %they& +o))o(e 7im9 an 7e (e)come them an ta)ke to them about the king om o+ 0o , an hea)e tho'e (ho nee e re'toration to hea)th6 12 #o( the ay began to ec)ine, an the T(e)*e came an 'ai to 7im, ?i'mi'' the cro( ' an 'en them a(ay, 'o that they may go to the neighboring ham)et' an *i))age' an the 'urroun ing country an +in )o ging an get a %b&'upp)y o+

pro*i'ion', +or (e are here in an uninhabite 2barren, 'o)itary4 p)ace6 11 <ut 7e 'ai to them, Dou %your'e)*e'& gi*e them %+oo & to eat6 They 'ai , /e ha*e no more than +i*e )oa*e' an t(o +i'h@@un)e'' (e are to go an buy +oo +or a)) thi' cro( , %"" Eing' 4F42@446& 14 For there (ere about 5,>>> men6 3n %-e'u'& 'ai to 7i' i'cip)e', 7a*e them %'it o(n& rec)ining in tab)e group' 2companie'4 o+ about +i+ty each6 15 3n they i 'o, an ma e them a)) rec)ine6 16 3n taking the +i*e )oa*e' an the t(o +i'h, 7e )ooke up to hea*en an %prai'ing 0o & ga*e thank' an a'ke 7im to b)e'' them %to their u'e&6 Then 7e broke them an ga*e them to the i'cip)e' to p)ace be+ore the mu)titu e6 17 3n a)) the peop)e ate an (ere 'ati'+ie 6 3n they gathere up (hat remaine o*er@@t(e)*e %%c&'ma)) han & ba'ket' o+ broken piece'6 18 #o( it occurre that a' -e'u' (a' praying pri*ate)y, the i'cip)e' (ere (ith 7im, an 7e a'ke them, /ho o men 'ay

that " amA 19 3n they an'(ere , -ohn the <apti't9 but 'ome 'ay, $)i=ah9 an other', that one o+ the ancient prophet' ha' come back to )i+e6 2> 3n 7e 'ai to them, <ut (ho o you %your'e)*e'& 'ay that " amA 3n Ieter rep)ie , The Chri't o+ 0o C 21 <ut 7e 'trict)y charge an 'harp)y comman e them %% &un er pena)ty& to te)) thi' to no one %no one, %e&(hoe*er he might be&, 22 !aying, The !on o+ 5an mu't 'u++er many thing' an be %%+& e)iberate)y& i'appro*e an repu iate an re=ecte on the part o+ the e) er' an chie+ prie't' an 'cribe', an be put to eath an on the thir ay be rai'e %again&6 21 3n 7e 'ai to a)), "+ any per'on (i))' to come a+ter 5e, )et him eny him'e)+ %%g& i'o(n him'e)+, %h&+orget, )o'e 'ight o+ him'e)+ an hi' o(n intere't', %i&re+u'e an gi*e up him'e)+& an take up hi' cro'' ai)y an +o))o( 5e %%=&c)ea*e 'tea +a't)y to 5e, con+orm (ho))y to 5y e,amp)e in )i*ing an , i+ nee be, in ying a)'o&6

For (hoe*er (ou) pre'er*e hi' )i+e an 'a*e it (i)) )o'e an e'troy it, but (hoe*er )o'e' hi' )i+e +or 5y 'ake, he (i)) pre'er*e an 'a*e it %%k&+rom the pena)ty o+ eterna) eath&6 25 For (hat oe' it pro+it a man, i+ he gain' the (ho)e (or) an ruin' or +or+eit' 2)o'e'4 him'e)+A 26 <ecau'e (hoe*er i' a'hame o+ 5e an o+ 5y teaching', o+ him (i)) the !on o+ 5an be a'hame (hen 7e come' in the %%)&three+o) & g)ory 2the 'p)en or an ma=e'ty4 o+ 7im'e)+ an o+ the Father an o+ the ho)y ange)'6 27 7o(e*er " te)) you tru)y, there are 'ome o+ tho'e 'tan ing here (ho (i)) not ta'te eath be+ore they 'ee the king om o+ 0o 6 28 #o( about eight ay' a+ter the'e teaching', -e'u' took (ith 7im Ieter an -ohn an -ame' an (ent up on the mountain to pray6 29 3n a' 7e (a' praying, the appearance o+ 7i' countenance became a)tere 2 i++erent4, an 7i' raiment became a::)ing (hite %%m&+)a'hing (ith the
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bri))iance o+ )ightning&6 1> 3n beho) , t(o men (ere con*er'ing (ith 7im@@5o'e' an $)i=ah, 11 /ho appeare in 'p)en or an ma=e'ty an brightne'' an (ere 'peaking o+ 7i' e,it %+rom )i+e&, (hich 7e (a' about to bring to rea)i:ation at -eru'a)em6 12 #o( Ieter an tho'e (ith him (ere (eighe o(n (ith ')eep, but (hen they +u))y a(oke, they 'a( 7i' g)ory 2'p)en or an ma=e'ty an brightne''4 an the t(o men (ho 'too (ith 7im6 11 3n it occurre a' the men (ere parting +rom 7im that Ieter 'ai to -e'u', 5a'ter, it i' e)ight+u) an goo that (e are here9 an )et u' con'truct three booth' or hut'@@one +or Dou an one +or 5o'e' an one +or $)i=ahC not noticing or kno(ing (hat he (a' 'aying6 14 <ut e*en a' he (a' 'aying thi', a c)ou came an began to o*er'ha o( them, an they (ere 'ei:e (ith a)arm an 'truck (ith +ear a' they entere into the c)ou 6 15 Then there came a *oice out o+ the c)ou , 'aying, Thi' i' 5y !on, 5y Cho'en Bne or %n&5y <e)o*e 9 )i'ten to an yie) to

an obey 7imC 16 3n (hen the *oice ha ie a(ay, -e'u' (a' +oun there a)one6 3n they kept 'ti)), an to) no one at that time any o+ the'e thing' that they ha 'een6 17 #o( it occurre the ne,t ay, (hen they ha come o(n +rom the mountain, that a great mu)titu e met 7im6 18 3n beho) , a man +rom the cro( 'houte out, 5a'ter, " imp)ore Dou to )ook at my 'on, +or he i' my on)y chi) 9 19 3n beho) , a 'pirit 'ei:e' him an 'u en)y he crie' out9 it con*u)'e' him 'o that he +oam' at the mouth9 an he i' 'ore)y 'hattere , an it (i)) 'carce)y )ea*e him6 4> 3n " imp)ore Dour i'cip)e' to ri*e it out, but they cou) not6 41 -e'u' an'(ere , B %+aith)e'' one'& unbe)ie*ing an (ithout tru't in 0o , a per*er'e 2%o&(ay(ar , %p&crooke an %;& (arpe 4 generationC Lnti) (hen an ho( )ong am " to be (ith you an bear (ith youA <ring your 'on here %to 5e&6 42 3n e*en (hi)e he (a' coming, the

emon thre( him o(n an %comp)ete)y& con*u)'e him6 <ut -e'u' cen'ure an 'e*ere)y rebuke the unc)ean 'pirit an hea)e the chi) an re'tore him to hi' +ather6 41 3n a)) (ere a'toun e at the e*i ence o+ 0o .' mighty po(er an 7i' ma=e'ty an magni+icence6 <ut %(hi)e& they (ere a)) mar*e)ing at e*erything -e'u' (a' oing, 7e 'ai to 7i' i'cip)e', 44 Let the'e (or ' 'ink into your ear'F the !on o+ 5an i' about to be e)i*ere into the han ' o+ men %%r&(ho'e con uct i' oppo'e to 0o &6 45 7o(e*er, they i not comprehen thi' 'aying9 an it (a' kept hi en +rom them, 'o that they 'hou) not gra'p it an un er'tan , an they (ere a+rai to a'k 7im about the 'tatement6 46 <ut a contro*er'y aro'e among them a' to (hich o+ them might be the greate't %'urpa''ing the other' in e,ce))ence, (orth, an authority&6 47 <ut -e'u', a' 7e percei*e the thought' o+ their heart', took a )itt)e chi) an put him at 7i' 'i e

3n to) them, /hoe*er recei*e' an accept' an (e)come' thi' chi) in 5y name an +or 5y 'ake recei*e' an accept' an (e)come' 5e9 an (hoe*er 'o recei*e' 5e 'o a)'o recei*e' 7im /ho 'ent 5e6 For he (ho i' )ea't an )o()ie't among you a))@@he i' %the one (ho i' tru)y& great6 49 -ohn 'ai , 5a'ter, (e 'a( a man ri*ing out emon' in Dour name an (e comman e him to 'top it, +or he oe' not +o))o( a)ong (ith u'6 5> <ut -e'u' to) him, ?o not +orbi %'uch peop)e&9 +or (hoe*er i' not again't you i' +or you6 51 #o( (hen the time (a' a)mo't come +or -e'u' to be recei*e up %to hea*en&, 7e 'tea +a't)y an etermine )y 'et 7i' +ace to go to -eru'a)em6 52 3n 7e 'ent me''enger' be+ore 7im9 an they reache an entere a !amaritan *i))age to make %thing'& rea y +or 7im9 51 <ut %the peop)e& (ou) not (e)come or recei*e or accept 7im, becau'e 7i' +ace (a' %'et a' i+ 7e (a'& going to -eru'a)em6 54 3n (hen 7i' i'cip)e' -ame' an -ohn ob'er*e thi', they 'ai , Lor , o Dou (i'h
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u' to comman +ire to come o(n +rom hea*en an con'ume them, %'&e*en a' $)i=ah i A %"" Eing' 1F9@166& 55 <ut 7e turne an rebuke an 'e*ere)y cen'ure them6 %t&7e 'ai , Dou o not kno( o+ (hat 'ort o+ 'pirit you are, 56 For the !on o+ 5an i not come to e'troy men.' )i*e', but to 'a*e them %u& %+rom the pena)ty o+ eterna) eath&6 3n they =ourneye on to another *i))age6 57 3n it occurre that a' they (ere going a)ong the roa , a man 'ai to 7im, Lor , " (i)) +o))o( Dou (here*er Dou go6 58 3n -e'u' to) him, Fo,e' ha*e )urking ho)e' an the bir ' o+ the air ha*e roo't' an ne't', but the !on o+ 5an ha' no p)ace to )ay 7i' hea 6 59 3n 7e 'ai to another, %*&<ecome 5y i'cip)e, 'i e (ith 5y party, an accompany 5eC <ut he rep)ie , Lor , permit me +ir't to go an bury 2%(&a(ait the eath o+4 my +ather6 6> <ut -e'u' 'ai to him, 3))o( the ea to bury their o(n ea 9 but a' +or you, go an pub)i'h abroa %,&throughout a)) region' the king om o+ 0o 6

3nother a)'o 'ai , " (i)) +o))o( Dou, Lor , an become Dour i'cip)e an 'i e (ith Dour party9 but )et me +ir't 'ay goo @ bye to tho'e at my home6 62 -e'u' 'ai to him, #o one (ho put' hi' han to the p)o( an )ook' back %to the thing' behin & i' +it +or the king om o+ 0o 6
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Footnotes: a6 Luke 9F1 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 b6 Luke 9F12 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 c6 Luke 9F17 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 !ee a)'o +ootnote on 5att6 14F2>6 6 Luke 9F21 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 e6 Luke 9F21 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 +6 Luke 9F22 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 g6 Luke 9F21 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 h6 Luke 9F21 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6

i6 Luke 9F21 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 =6 Luke 9F21 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 k6 Luke 9F24 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 )6 Luke 9F26 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 m6 Luke 9F29 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 n6 Luke 9F15 5any ancient manu'cript' 'o rea 6 o6 Luke 9F41 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 p6 Luke 9F41 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 ;6 Luke 9F41 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 r6 Luke 9F44 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 '6 Luke 9F54 !ome manu'cript' a thi' phra'e, t6 Luke 9F55 !ome manu'cript' a thi' to *er'e 55 an continue into *er'e 566 u6 Luke 9F56 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 *6 Luke 9F59 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@

$ng)i'h Le,icon6 (6 Luke 9F59 5any commentator' interpret it thu'6 ,6 Luke 9F6> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 Luke 1% (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 1%
#B/ 3FT$H thi' the Lor cho'e an appointe 'e*enty other' an 'ent them out ahea o+ 7im, t(o by t(o, into e*ery to(n an p)ace (here 7e 7im'e)+ (a' about to come 2*i'it46 2 3n 7e 'ai to them, The har*e't in ee i' abun ant %%a&there i' much ripe grain&, but the +armhan ' are +e(6 Iray there+ore the Lor o+ the har*e't to 'en out )aborer' into 7i' har*e't6 1 0o your (ay9 beho) , " 'en you out )ike )amb' into the mi 't o+ (o)*e'6 4 Carry no pur'e, no pro*i'ion' bag, no
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%change o+& 'an a)'9 re+rain +rom %retar ing your =ourney by& 'a)uting an (i'hing anyone (e)) a)ong the (ay6 5 /hate*er hou'e you enter, +ir't 'ay, Ieace be to thi' hou'eho) C %%b&Free om +rom a)) the i'tre''e' that re'u)t +rom 'in be (ith thi' +ami)y&6 6 3n i+ anyone %(orthy& o+ peace an b)e''e ne'' i' there, the peace an b)e''e ne'' you (i'h 'ha)) come upon him9 but i+ not, it 'ha)) come back to you6 7 3n 'tay on in the 'ame hou'e, eating an rinking (hat they pro*i e, +or the )aborer i' (orthy o+ hi' (age'6 ?o not keep mo*ing +rom hou'e to hou'e6234 8 /hene*er you go into a to(n an they recei*e an accept an (e)come you, eat (hat i' 'et be+ore you9 9 3n hea) the 'ick in it an 'ay to them, The king om o+ 0o ha' come c)o'e to you6 1> <ut (hene*er you go into a to(n an they o not recei*e an accept an (e)come you, go out into it' 'treet' an 'ay, 11 $*en the u't o+ your to(n that c)ing'

to our +eet (e are (iping o++ again't you9 yet kno( an un er'tan thi'F the king om o+ 0o ha' come near you6 12 " te)) you, it 'ha)) be more to)erab)e in that ay +or !o om than +or that to(n62<4 11 /oe to you, Chora:inC /oe to you, <eth'ai aC For i+ the mighty mirac)e' per+orme in you ha been per+orme in Tyre an !i on, they (ou) ha*e repente )ong ago, 'itting in 'ackc)oth an a'he'6 14 7o(e*er, it 'ha)) be more to)erab)e in the =u gment +or Tyre an !i on than +or you6 15 3n you, Capernaum, (i)) you be e,a)te unto hea*enA Dou 'ha)) be brought o(n to 7a e' 2the region' o+ the ea 46 16 7e (ho hear' an hee ' you % i'cip)e'& hear' an hee ' 5e9 an he (ho ')ight' an re=ect' you ')ight' an re=ect' 5e9 an he (ho ')ight' an re=ect' 5e ')ight' an re=ect' 7im (ho 'ent 5e6 17 The 'e*enty returne (ith =oy, 'aying, Lor , e*en the emon' are 'ub=ect to u' in Dour nameC 18 3n 7e 'ai to them, " 'a( !atan

+a))ing )ike a )ightning %+)a'h& +rom hea*en6 19 <eho) C " ha*e gi*en you authority an po(er to tramp)e upon 'erpent' an 'corpion', an %phy'ica) an menta) 'trength an abi)ity& o*er a)) the po(er that the enemy %po''e''e'&9 an nothing 'ha)) in any (ay harm you6 2> #e*erthe)e'', o not re=oice at thi', that the 'pirit' are 'ub=ect to you, but re=oice that your name' are enro))e in hea*en62C4 21 "n that 'ame hour 7e re=oice an g)orie in the 7o)y !pirit an 'ai , " thank Dou, Father, Lor o+ hea*en an earth, that Dou ha*e concea)e the'e thing' %re)ating to 'a)*ation& +rom the (i'e an un er'tan ing an )earne , an re*ea)e them to babe' 2the chi) i'h, un'ki))e , an untaught46 De', Father, +or 'uch (a' Dour graciou' %c&(i)) an choice an goo p)ea'ure6 22 3)) thing' ha*e been gi*en o*er into 5y po(er by 5y Father9 an no one kno(' /ho the !on i' e,cept the Father, or /ho the Father i' e,cept the !on an anyone to (hom the !on may choo'e to re*ea) an

make 7im kno(n6 21 Then turning to 7i' i'cip)e', 7e 'ai pri*ate)y, <)e''e 2happy, % &to be en*ie 4 are tho'e (ho'e eye' 'ee (hat you 'eeC 24 For " te)) you that many prophet' an king' )onge to 'ee (hat you 'ee an they i not 'ee it, an to hear (hat you hear an they i not hear it6 25 3n then a certain )a(yer aro'e to try 2te't, tempt4 7im, 'aying, Teacher, (hat am " to o to inherit e*er)a'ting )i+e %that i', to partake o+ eterna) 'a)*ation in the 5e''iah.' king om&A 26 -e'u' 'ai to him, /hat i' (ritten in the La(A 7o( o you rea itA 27 3n he rep)ie , Dou mu't )o*e the Lor your 0o (ith a)) your heart an (ith a)) your 'ou) an (ith a)) your 'trength an (ith a)) your min 9 an your neighbor a' your'e)+62?4 28 3n -e'u' 'ai to him, Dou ha*e an'(ere correct)y9 o thi', an you (i)) )i*e %en=oy acti*e, b)e''e , en )e'' )i+e in the king om o+ 0o &6 29 3n he, %e& etermine to ac;uit him'e)+

o+ reproach, 'ai to -e'u', 3n (ho i' my neighborA 1> -e'u', %+&taking him up, rep)ie , 3 certain man (a' going +rom -eru'a)em o(n to -ericho, an he +e)) among robber', (ho 'trippe him o+ hi' c)othe' an be)onging' an beat him an (ent their (ay, %%g&unconcerne )y& )ea*ing him ha)+ ea , a' it happene 6 11 #o( by %h&coinci ence a certain prie't (a' going o(n a)ong that roa , an (hen he 'a( him, he pa''e by on the other 'i e6 12 3 Le*ite )ike(i'e came o(n to the p)ace an 'a( him, an pa''e by on the other 'i e %o+ the roa &6 11 <ut a certain !amaritan, a' he tra*e)e a)ong, came o(n to (here he (a'9 an (hen he 'a( him, he (a' mo*e (ith pity an 'ympathy %+or him&, 14 3n (ent to him an re''e hi' (oun ', pouring on %them& oi) an (ine6 Then he 'et him on hi' o(n bea't an brought him to an inn an took care o+ him6 15 3n the ne,t ay he took out t(o

enarii %t(o ay.' (age'& an ga*e %them& to the innkeeper, 'aying, Take care o+ him9 an (hate*er more you 'pen , " %my'e)+& (i)) repay you (hen " return6 16 /hich o+ the'e three o you think pro*e him'e)+ a neighbor to him (ho +e)) among the robber'A 17 7e an'(ere , The one (ho 'ho(e pity an mercy to him6 3n -e'u' 'ai to him, 0o an o )ike(i'e6 18 #o( (hi)e they (ere on their (ay, it occurre that -e'u' entere a certain *i))age, an a (oman name 5artha recei*e an (e)come 7im into her hou'e6 19 3n 'he ha a 'i'ter name 5ary, (ho 'eate her'e)+ at the Lor .' +eet an (a' )i'tening to 7i' teaching6 4> <ut 5artha %o*er)y occupie an too bu'y& (a' i'tracte (ith much 'er*ing9 an 'he came up to 7im an 'ai , Lor , i' it nothing to Dou that my 'i'ter ha' )e+t me to 'er*e a)oneA Te)) her then to he)p me %to )en a han an o her part a)ong (ith me&C 41 <ut the Lor rep)ie to her by 'aying, 5artha, 5artha, you are an,iou' an

troub)e about many thing'9 42 There i' nee o+ on)y one or but %i&a +e( thing'6 5ary ha' cho'en the goo portion %%=&that (hich i' to her a *antage&, (hich 'ha)) not be taken a(ay +rom her6 Footnotes: a6 Luke 1>F2 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 b6 Luke 1>F5 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 c6 Luke 1>F21 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 6 Luke 1>F21 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 e6 Luke 1>F29 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 +6 Luke 1>F1> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 g6 Luke 1>F1> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 h6 Luke 1>F11 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 i6 Luke 1>F42 !ome ancient manu'cript' rea Ka +e( thing',M (hi)e other' rea Kon)y one,M an 'ti)) other' rea Ka +e( an

on)y one6M =6 Luke 1>F42 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 Cross references: 36 Luke 1>F7 F ?eut 24F15 <6 Luke 1>F12 F 0en 19F24@28 C6 Luke 1>F2> F $,o 12F129 I' 69F289 ?an 12F1 ?6 Luke 1>F27 F Le* 19F189 ?eut 6F5 Luke 11 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 11
T7$# 7$ (a' praying in a certain p)ace9 an (hen 7e 'toppe , one o+ 7i' i'cip)e' 'ai to 7im, Lor , teach u' to pray, %=u't& a' -ohn taught hi' i'cip)e'6 2 3n 7e 'ai to them, /hen you pray, 'ayF Bur Father /ho i' in hea*en, ha))o(e be Dour name, Dour king om come6 Dour (i)) be one %he) ho)y an re*ere & on earth a' it i' in hea*en6
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0i*e u' ai)y our brea %%a&+oo +or the morro(&6 4 3n +orgi*e u' our 'in', +or (e our'e)*e' a)'o +orgi*e e*eryone (ho i' in ebte to u' %(ho ha' o++en e u' or one u' (rong&6 3n bring u' not into temptation but re'cue u' +rom e*i)6 5 3n 7e 'ai to them, /hich o+ you (ho ha' a +rien (i)) go to him at mi night an (i)) 'ay to him, Frien , )en me three )oa*e' %o+ brea &, 6 For a +rien o+ mine (ho i' on a =ourney ha' =u't come, an " ha*e nothing to put be+ore him9 7 3n he +rom (ithin (i)) an'(er, ?o not i'turb me9 the oor i' no( c)o'e , an my chi) ren are (ith me in be 9 " cannot get up an 'upp)y you %(ith anything&A 8 " te)) you, a)though he (i)) not get up an 'upp)y him anything becau'e he i' hi' +rien , yet becau'e o+ hi' 'hame)e'' per'i'tence an in'i'tence he (i)) get up an gi*e him a' much a' he nee '6 9 !o " 'ay to you, 3'k an %b&keep on a'king an it 'ha)) be gi*en you9 'eek an %c& keep on 'eeking an you 'ha)) +in 9 knock
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an % &keep on knocking an the oor 'ha)) be opene to you6 1> For e*eryone (ho a'k' an %e&keep' on a'king recei*e'9 an he (ho 'eek' an %+& keep' on 'eeking +in '9 an to him (ho knock' an %g&keep' on knocking, the oor 'ha)) be opene 6 11 /hat +ather among you, i+ hi' 'on a'k' +or %h&a )oa+ o+ brea , (i)) gi*e him a 'tone9 or i+ he a'k' +or a +i'h, (i)) in'tea o+ a +i'h gi*e him a 'erpentA 12 Br i+ he a'k' +or an egg, (i)) gi*e him a 'corpionA 11 "+ you then, e*i) a' you are, kno( ho( to gi*e goo gi+t' %gi+t' %i&that are to their a *antage& to your chi) ren, ho( much more (i)) your hea*en)y Father gi*e the 7o)y !pirit to tho'e (ho a'k an %=&continue to a'k 7imC 14 #o( -e'u' (a' ri*ing out a emon that (a' umb9 an it occurre that (hen the emon ha gone out, the umb man 'poke6 3n the cro( ' mar*e)e 6 15 <ut 'ome o+ them 'ai , 7e ri*e' out emon' %becau'e 7e i' in )eague (ith an & by <ee):ebub, the prince o+ emon',

/hi)e other', to try an te't an tempt 7im, eman e a 'ign o+ 7im +rom hea*en6 17 <ut 7e, %(e))& a(are o+ their intent an purpo'e, 'ai to them, $*ery king om 'p)it up again't it'e)+ i' oome an brought to e'o)ation, an 'o hou'e +a))' upon hou'e6 %The i'unite hou'eho) (i)) co))ap'e6& 18 3n i+ !atan a)'o i' i*i e again't him'e)+, ho( (i)) hi' king om )a'tA For you 'ay that " e,pe) emon' (ith the he)p o+ an by <ee):ebub6 19 #o( i+ " e,pe) emon' (ith the he)p o+ an by <ee):ebub, (ith (ho'e he)p an by (hom o your 'on' ri*e them outA There+ore they 'ha)) be your =u ge'6 2> <ut i+ " ri*e out the emon' by the +inger o+ 0o , then the king om o+ 0o ha' %a)rea y& come upon you6 21 /hen the 'trong man, +u))y arme , %%k&+rom hi' courtyar & guar ' hi' o(n (e))ing, hi' be)onging' are un i'turbe %hi' property i' at peace an i' 'ecure&6 22 <ut (hen one 'tronger than he attack' him an con;uer' him, he rob' him o+ hi' (ho)e armor on (hich he ha re)ie an i*i e' up an i'tribute' a)) hi' goo ' a'
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p)un er 2'poi)46 21 7e (ho i' not (ith 5e %'i ing an be)ie*ing (ith 5e& i' again't 5e, an he (ho oe' not gather (ith 5e %engage in 5y intere't&, 'catter'6 24 /hen the unc)ean 'pirit ha' gone out o+ a per'on, it roam' through (ater)e'' p)ace' in 'earch %o+ a p)ace& o+ re't 2re)ea'e, re+re'hment, ea'e49 an +in ing none it 'ay', " (i)) go back to my hou'e +rom (hich " came6 25 3n (hen it arri*e', it +in ' %the p)ace& '(ept an put in or er an +urni'he an ecorate 6 26 3n it goe' an bring' other 'pirit', 'e*en %o+ them&, more e*i) than it'e)+, an they enter in, 'ett)e o(n, an (e)) there9 an the )a't 'tate o+ that per'on i' (or'e than the +ir't6 27 #o( it occurre that a' 7e (a' 'aying the'e thing', a certain (oman in the cro( rai'e her *oice an 'ai to 7im, <)e''e 2happy an %)&to be en*ie 4 i' the (omb that bore Dou an the brea't' that Dou 'ucke C 28 <ut 7e 'ai , <)e''e 2happy an %m&to

be en*ie 4 rather are tho'e (ho hear the /or o+ 0o an obey an practice itC 29 #o( a' the cro( ' (ere %increa'ing)y& thronging 7im, 7e began to 'ay, Thi' pre'ent generation i' a (icke one9 it 'eek' an eman ' a 'ign 2mirac)e4, but no 'ign 'ha)) be gi*en to it e,cept the 'ign o+ -onah %the prophet&6234 1> For %=u't& a' -onah became a 'ign to the peop)e o+ #ine*eh, 'o (i)) a)'o the !on o+ 5an be %a 'ign& to thi' age an generation62<4 11 The ;ueen o+ the !outh (i)) ari'e in the =u gment (ith the peop)e o+ thi' age an generation an con emn them9 +or 'he came +rom the en ' o+ the %inhabite & earth to )i'ten to the (i' om o+ !o)omon, an notice, %n&here i' more than !o)omon6 %" Eing' 1>F1@119 "" Chron6 9F1@126& 12 The men o+ #ine*eh (i)) appear a' (itne''e' at the =u gment (ith thi' generation an (i)) con emn it9 +or they repente at the preaching o+ -onah, an beho) , %o&here i' more than -onah62C4 11 #o one a+ter )ighting a )amp put' it in a ce))ar or crypt or un er a bu'he) mea'ure,

but on a )amp'tan , that tho'e (ho are coming in may 'ee the )ight6 14 Dour eye i' the )amp o+ your bo y9 (hen your eye 2%p&your con'cience4 i' 'oun an +u)+i))ing it' o++ice, your (ho)e bo y i' +u)) o+ )ight9 but (hen it i' not 'oun an i' not +u)+i))ing it' o++ice, your bo y i' +u)) o+ arkne''6 15 <e care+u), there+ore, that the )ight that i' in you i' not arkne''6 16 "+ then your entire bo y i' i))uminate , ha*ing no part ark, it (i)) be (ho))y bright %(ith )ight&, a' (hen a )amp (ith it' bright ray' gi*e' you )ight6 17 #o( (hi)e -e'u' (a' 'peaking, a Ihari'ee in*ite 7im to take inner (ith him, 'o 7e entere an rec)ine at tab)e6 18 The Ihari'ee notice an (a' a'toni'he %to 'ee& that -e'u' i not +ir't (a'h be+ore inner6 19 <ut the Lor 'ai to him, #o( you Ihari'ee' c)ean'e the out'i e o+ the cup an o+ the p)ate, but in'i e you your'e)*e' are +u)) o+ gree an robbery an e,tortion an ma)ice an (icke ne''6

Dou 'en'e)e'' 2+oo)i'h, 'tupi 4 one' %acting (ithout re+)ection or inte))igence&C ?i not 7e /ho ma e the out'i e make the in'i e a)'oA 41 <ut % e icate your inner 'e)+ an & gi*e a' onation' to the poor o+ tho'e thing' (hich are (ithin %o+ in(ar righteou'ne''& an beho) , e*erything i' puri+ie an c)ean +or you6 42 <ut (oe to you, Ihari'ee'C For you tithe mint an rue an e*ery %)itt)e& herb, but i'regar an neg)ect =u'tice an the )o*e o+ 0o 6 The'e you ought to ha*e one (ithout )ea*ing the other' un one62?4 41 /oe to you, Ihari'ee'C For you )o*e the be't 'eat' in the 'ynagogue' an %you )o*e& to be greete an bo(e o(n to in the %pub)ic& marketp)ace'6 44 /oe to youC For you are )ike gra*e' (hich are not marke or 'een, an men (a)k o*er them (ithout being a(are o+ it %an are ceremonia))y e+i)e &6 45 Bne o+ the e,pert' in the %5o'aic& La( an'(ere 7im, Teacher, in 'aying thi', Dou reproach an outrage an a++ront e*en u'C 46 <ut 7e 'ai , /oe to you, the )a(yer',
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a)'oC For you )oa men (ith oppre''i*e bur en' har to bear, an you o not per'ona))y %e*en %;&gent)y& touch the bur en' (ith one o+ your +inger'6 47 /oe to youC For you are %r&rebui) ing an repairing the tomb' o+ the prophet', (hom your +ather' ki))e 2 e'troye 46 48 !o you bear (itne'' an gi*e your +u)) appro*a) an con'ent to the ee ' o+ your +ather'9 +or they actua))y ki))e them, an you rebui) an repair monument' to them6 49 For thi' rea'on a)'o the (i' om o+ 0o 'ai , " (i)) 'en them prophet' an apo't)e', %'ome& o+ (hom they (i)) put to eath an per'ecute, 5> !o that the b)oo o+ a)) the prophet' 'he +rom the +oun ation o+ the (or) may be charge again't an re;uire o+ thi' age an generation, 51 From the b)oo o+ 3be) to the b)oo o+ 8echariah, (ho (a' ')ain bet(een the a)tar an the 'anctuary6 De', " te)) you, it 'ha)) be charge again't an re;uire o+ thi' age an generation62$4 52 /oe to you, )a(yer' 2e,pert' in the 5o'aic La(4C For you ha*e taken a(ay the

key to kno()e ge9 you i not go in your'e)*e', an you hin ere an pre*ente tho'e (ho (ere entering6 51 3' 7e )e+t there, the 'cribe' an the Ihari'ee' %+o))o(e 7im c)o'e)y, an they& began %'&to be enrage (ith an 'et them'e)*e' *io)ent)y again't 7im an to ra( 7im out an pro*oke 7im to 'peak o+ many thing', 54 !ecret)y (atching an p)otting an )ying in (ait +or 7im, to 'ei:e upon 'omething 7e might 'ay %that they might accu'e 7im&6 Footnotes: a6 Luke 11F1 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 b6 Luke 11F9 Char)e' <6 /i))iam', The #e( Te'tamentF 3 Tran')ationF The i ea o+ continuing or repeate action i' o+ten carrie by the pre'ent imperati*e an pre'ent particip)e' in 0reek6 c6 Luke 11F9 Char)e' <6 /i))iam', The #e( Te'tamentF 3 Tran')ationF The i ea o+ continuing or repeate action i' o+ten carrie by the pre'ent imperati*e an

pre'ent particip)e' in 0reek6 6 Luke 11F9 Char)e' <6 /i))iam', The #e( Te'tamentF 3 Tran')ationF The i ea o+ continuing or repeate action i' o+ten carrie by the pre'ent imperati*e an pre'ent particip)e' in 0reek6 e6 Luke 11F1> Char)e' <6 /i))iam', The #e( Te'tamentF 3 Tran')ationF The i ea o+ continuing or repeate action i' o+ten carrie by the pre'ent imperati*e an pre'ent particip)e' in 0reek6 +6 Luke 11F1> Char)e' <6 /i))iam', The #e( Te'tamentF 3 Tran')ationF The i ea o+ continuing or repeate action i' o+ten carrie by the pre'ent imperati*e an pre'ent particip)e' in 0reek6 g6 Luke 11F1> Char)e' <6 /i))iam', The #e( Te'tamentF 3 Tran')ationF The i ea o+ continuing or repeate action i' o+ten carrie by the pre'ent imperati*e an pre'ent particip)e' in 0reek6 h6 Luke 11F11 !ome manu'cript' contain thi' portion (ithin *er'e 116 i6 Luke 11F11 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 =6 Luke 11F11 Char)e' <6 /i))iam', The #e( Te'tamentF 3 Tran')ationF The i ea o+

continuing or repeate action i' o+ten carrie by the pre'ent imperati*e an pre'ent particip)e' in 0reek6 k6 Luke 11F21 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 )6 Luke 11F27 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 m6 Luke 11F28 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 n6 Luke 11F11 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 o6 Luke 11F12 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 p6 Luke 11F14 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 ;6 Luke 11F46 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 r6 Luke 11F47 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 '6 Luke 11F51 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 Cross references: 36 Luke 11F29 F -onah 1F179 5att 12F4> <6 Luke 11F1> F -onah 1F4@1> C6 Luke 11F12 F -onah 1F4@1> ?6 Luke 11F42 F Le* 27F1>9 5ic 6F8 $6 Luke 11F51 F 0en 4F89 "" Chron 24F2>,

219 8ech 1F1 Luke 12 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 12
"# T7$ mean(hi)e, (hen 'o many thou'an ' o+ the peop)e ha gathere that they (ere tramp)ing on one another, -e'u' commence by 'aying primari)y to 7i' i'cip)e', <e on your guar again't the )ea*en 2+erment4 o+ the Ihari'ee', (hich i' hypocri'y %pro ucing unre't an *io)ent agitation&6 2 #othing i' %'o c)o'e)y& co*ere up that it (i)) not be re*ea)e , or hi en that it (i)) not be kno(n6 1 /hate*er you ha*e 'poken in the arkne'' 'ha)) be hear an )i'tene to in the )ight, an (hat you ha*e (hi'pere in %peop)e.'& ear' an behin c)o'e oor' (i)) be proc)aime upon the hou'etop'6 4 " te)) you, 5y +rien ', o not rea an
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be a+rai o+ tho'e (ho ki)) the bo y an a+ter that ha*e nothing more that they can o6 5 <ut " (i)) (arn you (hom you 'hou) +earF +ear 7im /ho, a+ter ki))ing, ha' po(er to hur) into he)) 20ehenna49 ye', " 'ay to you, +ear 7imC 6 3re not +i*e 'parro(' 'o) +or t(o pennie'A 3n %yet& not one o+ them i' +orgotten or uncare +or in the pre'ence o+ 0o 6 7 <ut %e*en& the *ery hair' o+ your hea are a)) numbere 6 ?o not be 'truck (ith +ear or 'ei:e (ith a)arm9 you are o+ greater (orth than many %+)ock'& o+ 'parro('6 8 3n " te)) you, /hoe*er ec)are' open)y %'peaking out +ree)y& an con+e''e' that he i' 5y (or'hiper an ackno()e ge' 5e be+ore men, the !on o+ 5an a)'o (i)) ec)are an con+e'' an ackno()e ge him be+ore the ange)' o+ 0o 6 9 <ut he (ho i'o(n' an enie' an re=ect' an re+u'e' to ackno()e ge 5e be+ore men (i)) be i'o(ne an enie an re=ecte an re+u'e ackno()e gement

in the pre'ence o+ the ange)' o+ 0o 6 1> 3n e*eryone (ho make' a 'tatement or 'peak' a (or again't the !on o+ 5an, it (i)) be +orgi*en him9 but he (ho b)a'pheme' again't the 7o)y !pirit %that i', (hoe*er %a&intentiona))y come' 'hort o+ the re*erence ue the 7o)y !pirit&, it (i)) not be +orgi*en him %+or him there i' no +orgi*ene''&6 11 3n (hen they bring you be+ore the 'ynagogue' an the magi'trate' an the authoritie', o not be an,iou' %be+orehan & ho( you 'ha)) rep)y in e+en'e or (hat you are to 'ay6 12 For the 7o)y !pirit (i)) teach you in that *ery hour an %b&moment (hat %you& ought to 'ay6 11 !omeone +rom the cro( 'ai to 7im, 5a'ter, or er my brother to i*i e the inheritance an 'hare it (ith me6 14 <ut 7e to) him, 5an, (ho ha' appointe 5e a =u ge or umpire an i*i er o*er youA 15 3n 7e 'ai to them, 0uar your'e)*e' an keep +ree +rom a)) co*etou'ne'' 2the immo erate e'ire +or (ea)th, the gree y

)onging to ha*e more49 +or a man.' )i+e oe' not con'i't in an i' not eri*e +rom po''e''ing %c&o*er+)o(ing abun ance or that (hich i' % &o*er an abo*e hi' nee '6 16 Then 7e to) them a parab)e, 'aying, The )an o+ a rich man (a' +erti)e an yie) e p)enti+u))y6 17 3n he con'i ere an ebate (ithin him'e)+, /hat 'ha)) " oA " ha*e no p)ace %in (hich& to gather together my har*e't6 18 3n he 'ai , " (i)) o thi'F " (i)) pu)) o(n my 'torehou'e' an bui) )arger one', an there " (i)) 'tore a)) %e&my grain or pro uce an my goo '6 19 3n " (i)) 'ay to my 'ou), !ou), you ha*e many goo thing' )ai up, %enough& +or many year'6 Take your ea'e9 eat, rink, an en=oy your'e)+ merri)y6 2> <ut 0o 'ai to him, Dou +oo)C Thi' *ery night %+& they %the me''enger' o+ 0o & (i)) eman your 'ou) o+ you9 an a)) the thing' that you ha*e prepare , (ho'e (i)) they beA234 21 !o it i' (ith the one (ho continue' to )ay up an hoar po''e''ion' +or him'e)+ an i' not rich %in hi' re)ation& to 0o %thi'

i' ho( he +are'&6 22 3n %-e'u'& 'ai to 7i' i'cip)e', There+ore " te)) you, o not be an,iou' an troub)e %(ith care'& about your )i+e, a' to (hat you (i)) %ha*e to& eat9 or about your bo y, a' to (hat you (i)) %ha*e to& (ear6 21 For )i+e i' more than +oo , an the bo y %more& than c)othe'6 24 Bb'er*e an con'i er the ra*en'9 +or they neither 'o( nor reap, they ha*e neither 'torehou'e nor barn9 an %yet& 0o +ee ' them6 B+ ho( much more (orth are you than the bir 'C 25 3n (hich o+ you by being o*er)y an,iou' an troub)e (ith care' can a a %g& cubit to hi' 'tature or a moment %unit& o+ time to hi' %h&age %the )ength o+ hi' )i+e&A 26 "+ then you are not ab)e to o 'uch a )itt)e thing a' that, (hy are you an,iou' an troub)e (ith care' about the re'tA 27 Con'i er the )i)ie', ho( they gro(6 They neither %(eari)y& toi) nor 'pin nor %i& (ea*e9 yet " te)) you, e*en !o)omon in a)) hi' g)ory 2hi' 'p)en or an magni+icence4 (a' not arraye )ike one o+ the'e6 %" Eing' 1>F4@76&

<ut i+ 0o 'o c)othe' the gra'' in the +ie) , (hich i' a)i*e to ay, an tomorro( i' thro(n into the +urnace, ho( much more (i)) 7e c)othe you, B you %peop)e& o+ )itt)e +aithA 29 3n you, o not 'eek %by me itating an rea'oning to in;uire into& (hat you are to eat an (hat you are to rink9 nor be o+ an,iou' 2troub)e 4 min %%=&un'ett)e , e,cite , (orrie , an %k&in 'u'pen'e&9 1> For a)) the pagan (or) i' %gree i)y& 'eeking the'e thing', an your Father kno(' that you nee them6 11 Bn)y aim at an 'tri*e +or an 'eek 7i' king om, an a)) the'e thing' 'ha)) be 'upp)ie to you a)'o6 12 ?o not be 'ei:e (ith a)arm an 'truck (ith +ear, )itt)e +)ock, +or it i' your Father.' goo p)ea'ure to gi*e you the king omC 11 !e)) (hat you po''e'' an gi*e onation' to the poor9 pro*i e your'e)*e' (ith pur'e' an han bag' that o not gro( o) , an un+ai)ing an ine,hau'tib)e trea'ure in the hea*en', (here no thie+ come' near an no moth e'troy'6 14 For (here your trea'ure i', there (i))
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your heart be a)'o6 15 Eeep your )oin' gir e an your )amp' burning, 16 3n be )ike men (ho are (aiting +or their ma'ter to return home +rom the marriage +ea't, 'o that (hen he return' +rom the (e ing an come' an knock', they may open to him imme iate)y6 17 <)e''e 2happy, +ortunate, an %)&to be en*ie 4 are tho'e 'er*ant' (hom the ma'ter +in ' a(ake an a)ert an (atching (hen he come'6 Tru)y " 'ay to you, he (i)) gir him'e)+ an ha*e them rec)ine at tab)e an (i)) come an 'er*e themC 18 "+ he come' in the 'econ (atch 2be+ore mi night4 or the thir (atch 2a+ter mi night4, an +in ' them 'o, b)e''e 2happy, +ortunate, an %m&to be en*ie 4 are tho'e 'er*ant'C 19 <ut o+ thi' be a''ure F i+ the hou'eho) er ha kno(n at (hat time the burg)ar (a' coming, he (ou) ha*e been a(ake an a)ert an (atching an (ou) not ha*e permitte hi' hou'e to be ug through an broken into6 4> Dou a)'o mu't be rea y, +or the !on o+

5an i' coming at an hour an a %n&moment (hen you o not anticipate it6 41 Ieter 'ai , Lor , are Dou te))ing thi' parab)e +or u', or +or a)) a)ikeA 42 3n the Lor 'ai , /ho then i' that +aith+u) 'te(ar , the (i'e man (hom hi' ma'ter (i)) 'et o*er tho'e in hi' hou'eho) 'er*ice to 'upp)y them their a))o(ance o+ +oo at the appointe timeA 41 <)e''e 2happy an %o&to be en*ie 4 i' that 'er*ant (hom hi' ma'ter +in ' 'o oing (hen he arri*e'6 44 Tru)y " te)) you, he (i)) 'et him in charge o*er a)) hi' po''e''ion'6 45 <ut i+ that 'er*ant 'ay' in hi' heart, 5y ma'ter i' )ate in coming, an begin' to 'trike the men'er*ant' an the mai ' an to eat an rink an get runk, 46 The ma'ter o+ that 'er*ant (i)) come on a ay (hen he oe' not e,pect him an at an hour o+ (hich he oe' not kno(, an (i)) puni'h him an cut him o++ an a''ign hi' )ot (ith %p&the un+aith+u)6 47 3n that 'er*ant (ho kne( hi' ma'ter.' (i)) but i not get rea y or act a'

he (ou) (i'h him to act 'ha)) be beaten (ith many %)a'he'&6 48 <ut he (ho i not kno( an i thing' (orthy o+ a beating 'ha)) be beaten (ith +e( %)a'he'&6 For e*eryone to (hom much i' gi*en, o+ him 'ha)) much be re;uire 9 an o+ him to (hom men entru't much, they (i)) re;uire an eman a)) the more62<4 49 " ha*e come to ca't +ire upon the earth, an ho( " (i'h that it (ere a)rea y kin )e C 5> " ha*e a bapti'm (ith (hich to be bapti:e , an ho( great)y an 'ore)y " am urge on 2impe))e , %;&con'traine 4 unti) it i' accomp)i'he C 51 ?o you 'uppo'e that " ha*e come to gi*e peace upon earthA #o, " 'ay to you, but rather i*i'ion9 52 For +rom no( on in one hou'e there (i)) be +i*e i*i e %among them'e)*e'&, three again't t(o an t(o again't three6 51 They (i)) be i*i e , +ather again't 'on an 'on again't +ather, mother again't aughter an aughter again't mother, mother@in@)a( again't her aughter@in@)a(

an aughter@in@)a( again't her mother@in@ )a(62C4 54 7e a)'o 'ai to the cro( ' o+ peop)e, /hen you 'ee a c)ou ri'ing in the (e't, at once you 'ay, "t i' going to rainC 3n 'o it oe'6 55 3n (hen %you 'ee that& a 'outh (in i' b)o(ing, you 'ay, There (i)) be 'e*ere heatC 3n it occur'6 56 Dou p)ayactor' 2hypocrite'4C Dou kno( ho( %inte))igent)y& to i'cern an interpret an %r&pro*e the )ook' o+ the earth an 'ky9 but ho( i' it that you o not kno( ho( to i'cern an interpret an app)y the proo+ to thi' pre'ent timeA 57 3n (hy o you not =u ge (hat i' =u't an per'ona))y eci e (hat i' rightA 58 Then a' you go (ith your accu'er be+ore a magi'trate, on the (ay make a i)igent e++ort to 'ett)e an be ;uit 2+ree4 o+ him, )e't he rag you to the =u ge, an the =u ge turn you o*er to the o++icer, an the o++icer put you in pri'on6 59 " te)) you, you (i)) ne*er get out unti) you ha*e pai the *ery )a't %+raction o+ a& cent6

Footnotes: a6 Luke 12F1> -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 b6 Luke 12F12 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 c6 Luke 12F15 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 6 Luke 12F15 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,icon6 e6 Luke 12F18 !ome ancient manu'cript' rea Kgrain9K 'ome rea Kpro uceK or K+ruit'6K +6 Luke 12F2> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'F KThe in e+initene'' i' impre''i*e6K g6 Luke 12F25 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,iconF K3 'tage o+ gro(th, (hether mea'ure by age or 'tature6K h6 Luke 12F25 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,iconF K3 'tage o+ gro(th, (hether mea'ure by age or 'tature6K i6 Luke 12F27 !ome ancient manu'cript' rea K(ea*e6K =6 Luke 12F29 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 k6 Luke 12F29 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua)

0reek Le,icon6 )6 Luke 12F17 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 m6 Luke 12F18 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 n6 Luke 12F4> -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 o6 Luke 12F41 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 p6 Luke 12F46 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 ;6 Luke 12F5> -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 r6 Luke 12F56 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 Cross references: 36 Luke 12F2> F -ob 27F89 -er 17F11 <6 Luke 12F48 F #um 15F29, 1>9 ?eut 25F2, 1 C6 Luke 12F51 F 5ic 7F6 Luke 13 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 13
-L!T 3T that time there %arri*e & 'ome peop)e (ho in+orme -e'u' about the 0a)i)ean' (ho'e b)oo Ii)ate ha mi,e (ith their 'acri+ice'6 2 3n 7e rep)ie by 'aying to them, ?o you think that the'e 0a)i)ean' (ere greater 'inner' than a)) the other 0a)i)ean' becau'e they ha*e 'u++ere in thi' (ayA 1 " te)) you, #o9 but un)e'' you repent 2%a&change your min +or the better an hearti)y amen your (ay', (ith abhorrence o+ your pa't 'in'4, you (i)) a)) )ike(i'e peri'h an be )o't %b&eterna))y6 4 Br tho'e eighteen on (hom the to(er in !i)oam +e)) an ki))e them@@ o you think that they (ere more gui)ty o++en er' 2 ebtor'4 than a)) the other' (ho (e)t in -eru'a)emA 5 " te)) you, #o9 but un)e'' you repent 2%c&change your min +or the better an hearti)y amen your (ay', (ith abhorrence o+ your pa't 'in'4, you (i)) a)) )ike(i'e peri'h an be )o't % &eterna))y6 6 3n 7e to) them thi' parab)eF 3 certain
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man ha a +ig tree, p)ante in hi' *ineyar , an he came )ooking +or +ruit on it, but i not +in %any&6 7 !o he 'ai to the *ine re''er, !ee hereC For the'e three year' " ha*e come )ooking +or +ruit on thi' +ig tree an " +in none6 Cut it o(nC /hy 'hou) it continue a)'o to u'e up the groun %to %e& ep)ete the 'oi), intercept the 'un, an take up room&A 8 <ut he rep)ie to him, Lea*e it a)one, 'ir, %=u't& thi' one more year, ti)) " ig aroun it an put manure %on the 'oi)&6 9 Then perhap' it (i)) bear +ruit a+ter thi'9 but i+ not, you can cut it o(n an out6 1> #o( -e'u' (a' teaching in one o+ the 'ynagogue' on the !abbath6 11 3n there (a' a (oman there (ho +or eighteen year' ha ha an %+&in+irmity cau'e by a 'pirit 2%g&a emon o+ 'ickne''46 !he (a' %h&bent comp)ete)y +or(ar an utter)y unab)e to 'traighten her'e)+ up or to %i& )ook up(ar 6 12 3n (hen -e'u' 'a( her, 7e ca))e %her to 7im& an 'ai to her, /oman, you are re)ea'e +rom your in+irmityC

Then 7e )ai %7i'& han ' on her, an in'tant)y 'he (a' ma e 'traight, an 'he %=& recogni:e an thanke an prai'e 0o 6 14 <ut the %k&)ea er o+ the 'ynagogue, in ignant becau'e -e'u' ha hea)e on the !abbath, 'ai to the cro( , There are 'i, ay' on (hich (ork ought to be one9 'o come on tho'e ay' an be cure , an not on the !abbath ay6234 15 <ut the Lor rep)ie to him, 'aying, Dou p)ayactor' 2hypocrite'4C ?oe' not each one o+ you on the !abbath )oo'e hi' o, or hi' onkey +rom the 'ta)) an )ea it out to (ater itA 16 3n ought not thi' (oman, a aughter o+ 3braham, (hom !atan ha' kept boun +or eighteen year', be )oo'e +rom thi' bon on the !abbath ayA 17 $*en a' 7e 'ai thi', a)) 7i' opponent' (ere put to 'hame, an a)) the peop)e (ere re=oicing o*er a)) the g)oriou' thing' that (ere being one by 7im6 18 Thi' )e 7im to 'ay, /hat i' the king om o+ 0o )ikeA 3n to (hat 'ha)) " compare itA 19 "t i' )ike a grain o+ mu'tar 'ee , (hich
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a man took an p)ante in hi' o(n gar en9 an it gre( an became a tree, an the (i) bir ' %)&+oun 'he)ter an roo'te an ne'te in it' branche'6 2> 3n again 7e 'ai , To (hat 'ha)) " )iken the king om o+ 0o A 21 "t i' )ike )ea*en (hich a (oman took an hi in three mea'ure' o+ (heat +)our or mea) unti) it (a' a)) )ea*ene 2+ermente 46 22 %-e'u'& =ourneye on through to(n' an *i))age', teaching, an making 7i' (ay to(ar -eru'a)em6 21 3n 'omeone a'ke 7im, Lor , (i)) on)y a +e( be 'a*e 2re'cue , e)i*ere +rom the pena)tie' o+ the )a't =u gment, an ma e partaker' o+ the 'a)*ation by Chri't4A 3n 7e 'ai to them, 24 !tri*e to enter by the narro( oor %+orce your'e)*e' through it&, +or many, " te)) you, (i)) try to enter an (i)) not be ab)e6 25 /hen once the 5a'ter o+ the hou'e get' up an c)o'e' the oor, an you begin to 'tan out'i e an to knock at the oor %again an again&, 'aying, Lor , open to u'C 7e (i)) an'(er you, " o not kno(

(here %%m&(hat hou'eho) @@certain)y not 5ine& you come +rom6 26 Then you (i)) begin to 'ay, /e ate an rank in Dour pre'ence, an Dou taught in our 'treet'6 27 <ut 7e (i)) 'ay, " te)) you, " o not kno( (here %%n&(hat hou'eho) @@certain)y not 5ine& you come +rom9 epart +rom 5e, a)) you (rong oer'C 28 There (i)) be (eeping an grin ing o+ teeth (hen you 'ee 3braham an "'aac an -acob an a)) the prophet' in the king om o+ 0o , but you your'e)*e' being ca't +orth 2bani'he , ri*en a(ay46 29 3n %peop)e& (i)) come +rom ea't an (e't, an +rom north an 'outh, an 'it o(n 2+ea't at tab)e4 in the king om o+ 0o 6 1> 3n beho) , there are 'ome %no(& )a't (ho (i)) be +ir't %then&, an there are 'ome %no(& +ir't (ho (i)) be )a't %then&6 11 3t that *ery hour 'ome Ihari'ee' came up an 'ai to 7im, 0o a(ay +rom here, +or 7ero i' etermine to ki)) Dou6 12 3n 7e 'ai to them, 0o an te)) that

+o, %')y an cra+ty, 'ku)king an co(ar )y&, <eho) , " ri*e out emon' an per+orm hea)ing' to ay an tomorro(, an on the thir ay " +ini'h 2comp)ete4 5y cour'e6 11 #e*erthe)e'', " mu't continue on 5y (ay to ay an tomorro( an the ay a+ter that@@+or it (i)) ne*er o +or a prophet to be e'troye a(ay +rom -eru'a)emC 14 B -eru'a)em, -eru'a)em, you (ho continue to ki)) the prophet' an to 'tone tho'e (ho are 'ent to youC 7o( o+ten " ha*e e'ire an yearne to gather your chi) ren together %aroun 5e&, a' a hen %gather'& her young un er her (ing', but you (ou) notC 15 <eho) , your hou'e i' +or'aken 2aban one , )e+t to you e'titute o+ 0o .' he)p4C 3n " te)) you, you (i)) not 'ee 5e again unti) the time come' (hen you 'ha)) 'ay, <)e''e 2to be ce)ebrate (ith prai'e'4 i' 7e /ho come' in the name o+ the Lor C
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Footnotes: a6 Luke 11F1 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6

b6 Luke 11F1 Hobert -amie'on, 36H6 Fau'ett an ?a*i <ro(n, 3 Commentary on the B) an #e( Te'tament'6 c6 Luke 11F5 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 6 Luke 11F5 Hobert -amie'on, 36H6 Fau'ett an ?a*i <ro(n, 3 Commentary on the B) an #e( Te'tament'6 e6 Luke 11F7 -ohann <enge), cite by 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 +6 Luke 11F11 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 g6 Luke 11F11 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 h6 Luke 11F11 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 i6 Luke 11F11 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 =6 Luke 11F11 -ohann <enge), cite by 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 k6 Luke 11F14 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 )6 Luke 11F19 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 m6 Luke 11F25 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 n6 Luke 11F27 5ar*in Gincent, /or

!tu ie'6 Cross references: 36 Luke 11F14 F $,o 2>F9, 1> <6 Luke 11F15 F I' 118F269 -er 22F5 Luke 14 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 14
"T BCCLHH$? one !abbath, (hen %-e'u'& (ent +or a mea) at the hou'e o+ one o+ the ru)ing Ihari'ee', that they (ere %engage in& (atching 7im %c)o'e)y&6 2 3n beho) , %=u't& in +ront o+ 7im there (a' a man (ho ha rop'y6 1 3n -e'u' a'ke the )a(yer' an the Ihari'ee', "' it )a(+u) an right to cure on the !abbath or notA 4 <ut they kept 'i)ent6 Then 7e took ho) %o+ the man& an cure him an %a&'ent him a(ay6 5 3n 7e 'ai to them, /hich o+ you, ha*ing a 'on %b&or a onkey or an o, that ha' +a))en into a (e)), (i)) not at once pu))
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him out on the !abbath ayA 6 3n they (ere unab)e to rep)y to thi'6 7 #o( 7e to) a parab)e to tho'e (ho (ere in*ite , %(hen& 7e notice ho( they (ere 'e)ecting the p)ace' o+ honor, 'aying to them, 8 /hen you are in*ite by anyone to a marriage +ea't, o not rec)ine on the chie+ 'eat %in the p)ace o+ honor&, )e't a more i'tingui'he per'on than you ha' been in*ite by him,234 9 3n he (ho in*ite both o+ you (i)) come to you an 'ay, Let thi' man ha*e the p)ace %you ha*e taken&6 Then, (ith humi)iation an a gui)ty 'en'e o+ impropriety, you (i)) begin to take the )o(e't p)ace6 1> <ut (hen you are in*ite , go an rec)ine in the )o(e't p)ace, 'o that (hen your ho't come' in, he may 'ay to you, Frien , go up higherC Then you (i)) be honore in the pre'ence o+ a)) (ho 'it %at tab)e& (ith you6 11 For e*eryone (ho e,a)t' him'e)+ (i)) be humb)e 2ranke be)o( other' (ho are honore or re(ar e 4, an he (ho

humb)e' him'e)+ 2keep' a mo e't opinion o+ him'e)+ an beha*e' accor ing)y4 (i)) be e,a)te 2e)e*ate in rank46 12 -e'u' a)'o 'ai to the man (ho ha in*ite 7im, /hen you gi*e a inner or a 'upper, o not in*ite your +rien ' or your brother' or your re)ati*e' or your (ea)thy neighbor', )e't perhap' they a)'o in*ite you in return, an 'o you are pai back6 11 <ut (hen you gi*e a ban;uet or a reception, in*ite the poor, the i'ab)e , the )ame, an the b)in 6 14 Then you (i)) be b)e''e 2happy, +ortunate, an %c&to be en*ie 4, becau'e they ha*e no (ay o+ repaying you, an you (i)) be recompen'e at the re'urrection o+ the =u't 2upright46 15 /hen one o+ tho'e (ho rec)ine %at the tab)e& (ith 7im hear thi', he 'ai to 7im, <)e''e 2happy, +ortunate, an % &to be en*ie 4 i' he (ho 'ha)) eat brea in the king om o+ 0o C 16 <ut -e'u' 'ai to him, 3 man (a' once gi*ing a great 'upper an in*ite many9 17 3n at the hour +or the 'upper he 'ent hi' 'er*ant to 'ay to tho'e (ho ha been

in*ite , Come, +or a)) i' no( rea y6 18 <ut they a)) a)ike began to make e,cu'e' an to beg o++6 The +ir't 'ai to him, " ha*e bought a piece o+ )an , an " ha*e to go out an 'ee it9 " beg you, ha*e me e,cu'e 6 19 3n another 'ai , " ha*e bought +i*e yoke o+ o,en, an " am going to e,amine an %e&put my appro*a) on them9 " beg you, ha*e me e,cu'e 6 2> 3n another 'ai , " ha*e marrie a (i+e, an becau'e o+ thi' " am unab)e to come62<4 21 !o the 'er*ant came an reporte the'e %an'(er'& to hi' ma'ter6 Then the ma'ter o+ the hou'e 'ai in (rath to hi' 'er*ant, 0o ;uick)y into the %+&great 'treet' an the 'ma)) 'treet' o+ the city an bring in here the poor an the i'ab)e an the b)in an the )ame6 22 3n the 'er*ant %returning& 'ai , !ir, (hat you ha*e comman e me to o ha' been one, an yet there i' room6 21 Then the ma'ter 'ai to the 'er*ant, 0o out into the high(ay' an he ge' an urge an con'train %them& to yie) an

come in, 'o that my hou'e may be +i))e 6 24 For " te)) you, not one o+ tho'e (ho (ere in*ite 'ha)) ta'te my 'upper6 25 #o( huge cro( ' (ere going a)ong (ith %-e'u'&, an 7e turne an 'ai to them, 26 "+ anyone come' to 5e an oe' not hate hi' %o(n& +ather an mother %%g&in the 'en'e o+ in i++erence to or re)ati*e i'regar +or them in compari'on (ith hi' attitu e to(ar 0o & an %)ike(i'e& hi' (i+e an chi) ren an brother' an 'i'ter'@@ %ye'& an e*en hi' o(n )i+e a)'o@@he cannot be 5y i'cip)e6 27 /hoe*er oe' not per'e*ere an carry hi' o(n cro'' an come a+ter 2+o))o(4 5e cannot be 5y i'cip)e6 28 For (hich o+ you, (i'hing to bui) a %h& +arm bui) ing, oe' not +ir't 'it o(n an ca)cu)ate the co't %to 'ee& (hether he ha' 'u++icient mean' to +ini'h itA 29 Bther(i'e, (hen he ha' )ai the +oun ation an i' unab)e to comp)ete %the bui) ing&, a)) (ho 'ee it (i)) begin to mock an =eer at him,

!aying, Thi' man began to bui) an (a' not ab)e 2%i&(orth enough4 to +ini'h6 11 Br (hat king, going out to engage in con+)ict (ith another king, (i)) not +ir't 'it o(n an con'i er an take coun'e) (hether he i' ab)e (ith ten thou'an %men& to meet him (ho come' again't him (ith t(enty thou'an A 12 3n i+ he cannot % o 'o&, (hen the other king i' 'ti)) a great (ay o++, he 'en ' an en*oy an a'k' the term' o+ peace6 11 !o then, any o+ you (ho oe' not +or'ake 2renounce, 'urren er c)aim to, gi*e up, %=&'ay goo @bye to4 a)) that he ha' cannot be 5y i'cip)e6 14 !a)t i' goo %an e,ce))ent thing&, but i+ 'a)t ha' )o't it' 'trength an ha' become 'a)t)e'' 2in'ipi , +)at4, ho( 'ha)) it' 'a)tne'' be re'tore A 15 "t i' +it neither +or the )an nor +or the manure heap9 men thro( it a(ay6 7e (ho ha' ear' to hear, )et him )i'ten an con'i er an comprehen by hearingC
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Footnotes:

a6 Luke 14F4 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 b6 Luke 14F5 5any ancient manu'cript' 'o rea 6 c6 Luke 14F14 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 6 Luke 14F15 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 e6 Luke 14F19 Eenneth /ue't, /or !tu ie'6 +6 Luke 14F21 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 g6 Luke 14F26 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,icon6 h6 Luke 14F28 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 i6 Luke 14F1> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 =6 Luke 14F11 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 Cross references: 36 Luke 14F8 F Iro* 25F6, 7 <6 Luke 14F2> F ?eut 24F5

Luke 1 (Amplified Bible)

Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 1
#B/ T7$ ta, co))ector' an %notoriou' an %a&e'pecia))y (icke & 'inner' (ere a)) coming near to %-e'u'& to )i'ten to 7im6 2 3n the Ihari'ee' an the 'cribe' kept muttering an in ignant)y comp)aining, 'aying, Thi' man accept' an recei*e' an (e)come' %%b&preeminent)y (icke & 'inner' an eat' (ith them6 1 !o 7e to) them thi' parab)eF 4 /hat man o+ you, i+ he ha' a hun re 'heep an 'hou) )o'e one o+ them, oe' not )ea*e the ninety@nine in the (i) erne'' 2 e'ert4 an go a+ter the one that i' )o't unti) he +in ' itA 5 3n (hen he ha' +oun it, he )ay' it on hi' %o(n& 'hou) er', re=oicing6 6 3n (hen he get' home, he 'ummon' together %hi'& +rien ' an %hi'& neighbor', 'aying to them, He=oice (ith me, becau'e " ha*e +oun my 'heep (hich (a' )o't6
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Thu', " te)) you, there (i)) be more =oy in hea*en o*er one %%c&e'pecia))y& (icke per'on (ho repent' 2% &change' hi' min , abhorring hi' error' an mi' ee ', an etermine' to enter upon a better cour'e o+ )i+e4 than o*er ninety@nine righteou' per'on' (ho ha*e no nee o+ repentance6 8 Br (hat (oman, ha*ing ten %'i)*er& rachma' %each one e;ua) to a ay.' (age'&, i+ 'he )o'e' one coin, oe' not )ight a )amp an '(eep the hou'e an )ook care+u))y an i)igent)y unti) 'he +in ' itA 9 3n (hen 'he ha' +oun it, 'he 'ummon' her %(omen& +rien ' an neighbor', 'aying, He=oice (ith me, +or " ha*e +oun the 'i)*er coin (hich " ha )o't6 1> $*en 'o, " te)) you, there i' =oy among an in the pre'ence o+ the ange)' o+ 0o o*er one %%e&e'pecia))y& (icke per'on (ho repent' 2%+&change' hi' min +or the better, hearti)y amen ing hi' (ay', (ith abhorrence o+ hi' pa't 'in'46 11 3n 7e 'ai , There (a' a certain man (ho ha t(o 'on'9 12 3n the younger o+ them 'ai to hi' +ather, Father, gi*e me the part o+ the
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property that +a))' %to me&6 3n he i*i e the e'tate bet(een them6234 11 3n not many ay' a+ter that, the younger 'on gathere up a)) that he ha an =ourneye into a i'tant country, an there he (a'te hi' +ortune in reck)e'' an )oo'e %+rom re'traint& )i*ing6 14 3n (hen he ha 'pent a)) he ha , a %g& mighty +amine came upon that country, an he began to +a)) behin an be in (ant6 15 !o he (ent an +orce 2g)ue 4 him'e)+ upon one o+ the citi:en' o+ that country, (ho 'ent him into hi' +ie) ' to +ee hog'6 16 3n he (ou) g)a )y ha*e +e on an %h& +i))e hi' be))y (ith the %i&carob po ' that the hog' (ere eating, but %they cou) not 'ati'+y hi' hunger an & nobo y ga*e him anything %better&62<4 17 Then (hen he came to him'e)+, he 'ai , 7o( many hire 'er*ant' o+ my +ather ha*e enough +oo , an %e*en +oo & to 'pare, but " am peri'hing 2 ying4 here o+ hungerC 18 " (i)) get up an go to my +ather, an " (i)) 'ay to him, Father, " ha*e 'inne again't hea*en an in your 'ight6

" am no )onger (orthy to be ca))e your 'on9 %=u't& make me )ike one o+ your hire 'er*ant'6 2> !o he got up an came to hi' %o(n& +ather6 <ut (hi)e he (a' 'ti)) a )ong (ay o++, hi' +ather 'a( him an (a' mo*e (ith pity an ten erne'' %+or him&9 an he ran an embrace him an ki''e him %%=&+er*ent)y&6 21 3n the 'on 'ai to him, Father, " ha*e 'inne again't hea*en an in your 'ight9 " am no )onger (orthy to be ca))e your 'on %" no )onger e'er*e to be recogni:e a' a 'on o+ your'&C 22 <ut the +ather 'ai to hi' bon 'er*ant', <ring ;uick)y the be't robe 2the +e'ti*e robe o+ honor4 an put it on him9 an gi*e him a ring +or hi' han an 'an a)' +or hi' +eet62C4 21 3n bring out %k&that %(heat@&+attene ca)+ an ki)) it9 an )et u' %)&re*e) an +ea't an be happy an make merry, 24 <ecau'e thi' my 'on (a' ea an i' a)i*e again9 he (a' )o't an i' +oun C 3n they began to %m&re*e) an +ea't an make merry6
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<ut hi' o) er 'on (a' in the +ie) 9 an a' he returne an came near the hou'e, he hear mu'ic an ancing6 26 3n ha*ing ca))e one o+ the 'er*ant %boy'& to him, he began to a'k (hat thi' meant6 27 3n he 'ai to him, Dour brother ha' come, an your +ather ha' ki))e %n&that %(heat@&+attene ca)+, becau'e he ha' recei*e him back 'a+e an (e))6 28 <ut %the e) er brother& (a' angry %(ith eep@'eate (rath& an re'o)*e not to go in6 Then hi' +ather came out an began to p)ea (ith him, 29 <ut he an'(ere hi' +ather, LookC The'e many year' " ha*e 'er*e you, an " ha*e ne*er i'obeye your comman 6 Det you ne*er ga*e me %'o much a'& a %)itt)e& ki , that " might %o&re*e) an +ea't an be happy an make merry (ith my +rien '9 1> <ut (hen thi' 'on o+ your' arri*e , (ho ha' e*oure your e'tate (ith immora) (omen, you ha*e ki))e +or him %p& that %(heat@& +attene ca)+C 11 3n the +ather 'ai to him, !on, you are a)(ay' (ith me, an a)) that i' mine i'
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your'6 12 <ut it (a' +itting to make merry, to %;& re*e) an +ea't an re=oice, +or thi' brother o+ your' (a' ea an i' a)i*e againC 7e (a' )o't an i' +oun C Footnotes: a6 Luke 15F1 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 b6 Luke 15F2 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 c6 Luke 15F7 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 6 Luke 15F7 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 e6 Luke 15F1> -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 +6 Luke 15F1> -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 g6 Luke 15F14 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,icon6 h6 Luke 15F16 5any ancient manu'cript' 'o rea 6 i6 Luke 15F16 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,icon6 =6 Luke 15F2> 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua)

0reek Le,icon6 k6 Luke 15F21 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 )6 Luke 15F21 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 m6 Luke 15F24 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 n6 Luke 15F27 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 o6 Luke 15F29 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 p6 Luke 15F1> /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 ;6 Luke 15F12 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 Cross references: 36 Luke 15F12 F ?eut 21F15@17 <6 Luke 15F16 F -er 1>F14 C6 Luke 15F22 F 0en 41F429 8ech 1F4 Luke 1! (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 1!
3L!B %-e'u'& 'ai to the i'cip)e', There (a' a certain rich man (ho ha a %a& manager o+ hi' e'tate, an accu'ation' %again't thi' man& (ere brought to him, that he (a' ';uan ering hi' %ma'ter.'& po''e''ion'6 2 3n he ca))e him an 'ai to him, /hat i' thi' that " hear about youA Turn in the account o+ your management %o+ my a++air'&, +or you can be %my& manager no )onger6 1 3n the manager o+ the e'tate 'ai to him'e)+, /hat 'ha)) " o, 'eeing that my ma'ter i' taking the management a(ay +rom meA " am not ab)e to ig, an " am a'hame to beg6 4 " ha*e come to kno( (hat " (i)) o, 'o that they %my ma'ter.' ebtor'& may accept an (e)come me into their hou'e' (hen " am put out o+ the management6 5 !o he 'ummone hi' ma'ter.' ebtor' one by one, an he 'ai to the +ir't, 7o( much o you o(e my ma'terA 6 7e 'ai , 3 hun re mea'ure' %about
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9>> ga))on'& o+ oi)6 3n he 'ai to him, Take back your (ritten ackno()e gement o+ %b&ob)igation, an 'it o(n ;uick)y an (rite +i+ty %about 45> ga))on'&6 7 3+ter that he 'ai to another, 3n ho( much o you o(eA 7e 'ai , 3 hun re mea'ure' %about 9>> bu'he)'& o+ (heat6 7e 'ai to him, Take back your (ritten ackno()e gement o+ %c&ob)igation, an (rite eighty %about 7>> bu'he)'&6 8 3n %hi'& ma'ter prai'e the i'hone't 2un=u't4 manager +or acting % &'hre( )y an %e& pru ent)y9 +or the 'on' o+ thi' age are 'hre( er an more pru ent an (i'er in %%+&re)ation to& their o(n generation %to their o(n age an %g&kin & than are the 'on' o+ )ight6 9 3n " te)) you, make +rien ' +or your'e)*e' by mean' o+ unrighteou' mammon 2%h& eceit+u) riche', money, po''e''ion'4, 'o that (hen it +ai)', they %tho'e you ha*e +a*ore & may recei*e an (e)come you into the e*er)a'ting habitation' 2 (e))ing'46 1> 7e (ho i' +aith+u) in a *ery )itt)e %thing& i' +aith+u) a)'o in much, an he (ho i'

i'hone't an un=u't in a *ery )itt)e %thing& i' i'hone't an un=u't a)'o in much6 11 There+ore i+ you ha*e not been +aith+u) in the %ca'e o+& unrighteou' mammon 2%i& eceit+u) riche', money, po''e''ion'4, (ho (i)) entru't to you the true riche'A 12 3n i+ you ha*e not pro*e +aith+u) in that (hich be)ong' to another %(hether 0o or man&, (ho (i)) gi*e you that (hich i' your o(n %that i', %=&the true riche'&A 11 #o 'er*ant i' ab)e to 'er*e t(o ma'ter'9 +or either he (i)) hate the one an )o*e the other, or he (i)) 'tan by an be e*ote to the one an e'pi'e the other6 Dou cannot 'er*e 0o an mammon 2riche', or %k&anything in (hich you tru't an on (hich you re)y46 14 #o( the Ihari'ee', (ho (ere co*etou' an )o*er' o+ money, hear a)) the'e thing' %taken together&, an they began to 'neer at an ri icu)e an 'co++ at 7im6 15 <ut 7e 'ai to them, Dou are the one' (ho ec)are your'e)*e' =u't an upright be+ore men, but 0o kno(' your heart'6 For (hat i' e,a)te an high)y thought o+ among men i' ete'tab)e an abhorrent

2an abomination4 in the 'ight o+ 0o 6 %" !am6 16F79 Iro*6 21F26& 16 Lnti) -ohn came, there (ere the La( an the Irophet'9 'ince then the goo ne(' 2the 0o'pe)4 o+ the king om o+ 0o i' being preache , an e*eryone 'tri*e' *io)ent)y to go in %(ou) +orce hi' %)&o(n (ay rather than 0o .' (ay into it&6 17 Det it i' ea'ier +or hea*en an earth to pa'' a(ay than +or one ot o+ the La( to +ai) an become *oi 6 18 /hoe*er i*orce' 2 i'mi''e' an repu iate'4 hi' (i+e an marrie' another commit' a u)tery, an he (ho marrie' a (oman (ho i' i*orce +rom her hu'ban commit' a u)tery6 19 There (a' a certain rich man (ho %habitua))y& c)othe him'e)+ in purp)e an +ine )inen an %m&re*e)e an +ea'te an ma e merry in 'p)en or e*ery ay6 2> 3n at hi' gate there %n&(a' %care)e'')y& roppe o(n an )e+t a certain %o&utter)y e'titute man name La:aru', %re uce to begging a)m' an & co*ere (ith %%p&u)cerate & 'ore'6 21 7e %eager)y& e'ire to be 'ati'+ie

(ith (hat +e)) +rom the rich man.' tab)e9 moreo*er, the og' e*en came an )icke hi' 'ore'6 22 3n it occurre that the man %re uce to& begging ie an (a' carrie by the ange)' to 3braham.' bo'om6 The rich man a)'o ie an (a' burie 6 21 3n in 7a e' 2the rea)m o+ the ea 4, being in torment, he )i+te up hi' eye' an 'a( 3braham +ar a(ay, an La:aru' in hi' bo'om6 24 3n he crie out an 'ai , Father 3braham, ha*e pity an mercy on me an 'en La:aru' to ip the tip o+ hi' +inger in (ater an coo) my tongue, +or " am in angui'h in thi' +)ame6 25 <ut 3braham 'ai , Chi) , remember that you in your )i+etime +u))y recei*e %(hat i' ue you in& com+ort' an e)ight', an La:aru' in )ike manner the i'com+ort' an i'tre''e'9 but no( he i' com+orte here an you are in angui'h6 26 3n be'i e' a)) thi', bet(een u' an you a great cha'm ha' been +i,e , in or er that tho'e (ho (ant to pa'' +rom thi' %p)ace& to you may not be ab)e, an no one

may pa'' +rom there to u'6 27 3n %the man& 'ai , Then, +ather, " be'eech you to 'en him to my +ather.' hou'e@@ 28 For " ha*e +i*e brother'@@'o that he may gi*e %'o)emn& te'timony an (arn them, )e't they too come into thi' p)ace o+ torment6 29 <ut 3braham 'ai , They ha*e 5o'e' an the Irophet'9 )et them hear an )i'ten to them6 1> <ut he an'(ere , #o, +ather 3braham, but i+ 'omeone +rom the ea goe' to them, they (i)) repent 2%;&change their min ' +or the better an hearti)y amen their (ay', (ith abhorrence o+ their pa't 'in'46 11 7e 'ai to him, "+ they o not hear an )i'ten to 5o'e' an the Irophet', neither (i)) they be per'ua e an con*ince an be)ie*e %e*en& i+ 'omeone 'hou) ri'e +rom the ea 6 Footnotes: a6 Luke 16F1 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge

5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 b6 Luke 16F6 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 c6 Luke 16F7 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 6 Luke 16F8 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 e6 Luke 16F8 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 +6 Luke 16F8 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 g6 Luke 16F8 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 h6 Luke 16F9 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 i6 Luke 16F11 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 =6 Luke 16F12 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 k6 Luke 16F11 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 )6 Luke 16F16 0errit Gerkuy), The <erke)ey Ger'ion in 5o ern $ng)i'h6 m6 Luke 16F19 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 n6 Luke 16F2> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6

o6 Luke 16F2> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 p6 Luke 16F2> 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 ;6 Luke 16F1> -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 Luke 1" (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 1"
3#? %-e'u'& 'ai to 7i' i'cip)e', Temptation' 2'nare', trap' 'et to entice to 'in4 are 'ure to come, but (oe to him by or through (hom they comeC 2 "t (ou) be more pro+itab)e +or him i+ a mi))'tone (ere hung aroun hi' neck an he (ere hur)e into the 'ea than that he 'hou) cau'e to 'in or be a 'nare to one o+ the'e )itt)e one' %%a&)o()y in rank or in+)uence&6 1%b& Iay attention an a)(ay' be on your guar %)ooking out +or one another&6 "+ your
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brother 'in' 2mi''e' the mark4, 'o)emn)y te)) him 'o an repro*e him, an i+ he repent' 2+ee)' 'orry +or ha*ing 'inne 4, +orgi*e him6 4 3n e*en i+ he 'in' again't you 'e*en time' in a ay, an turn' to you 'e*en time' an 'ay', " repent %" am 'orry&, you mu't +orgi*e him 2gi*e up re'entment an con'i er the o++en'e a' reca))e an annu))e 46 5 The apo't)e' 'ai to the Lor , "ncrea'e our +aith 2that tru't an con+i ence that 'pring +rom our be)ie+ in 0o 46 6 3n the Lor an'(ere , "+ you ha +aith 2tru't an con+i ence in 0o 4 e*en %'o 'ma))& )ike a grain o+ mu'tar 'ee , you cou) 'ay to thi' mu)berry tree, <e pu))e up by the root', an be p)ante in the 'ea, an it (ou) obey you6 7 /i)) any man o+ you (ho ha' a 'er*ant p)o(ing or ten ing 'heep 'ay to him (hen he ha' come in +rom the +ie) , Come at once an take your p)ace at the tab)eA 8 /i)) he not in'tea te)) him, 0et my 'upper rea y an gir your'e)+ an 'er*e me (hi)e " eat an rink9 then a+ter(ar

you your'e)+ 'ha)) eat an rinkA 9 "' he grate+u) an oe' he prai'e the 'er*ant becau'e he i (hat he (a' or ere to oA 1> $*en 'o on your part, (hen you ha*e one e*erything that (a' a''igne an comman e you, 'ay, /e are un(orthy 'er*ant' %po''e''ing no merit, +or (e ha*e not gone beyon our ob)igation&9 (e ha*e %mere)y& one (hat (a' our uty to o6 11 3' 7e (ent on 7i' (ay to -eru'a)em, it occurre that %-e'u'& (a' pa''ing %a)ong the bor er& bet(een !amaria an 0a)i)ee6 12 3n a' 7e (a' going into one *i))age, 7e (a' met by ten )eper', (ho 'too at a i'tance6 11 3n they rai'e up their *oice' an ca))e , -e'u', 5a'ter, take pity an ha*e mercy on u'C 14 3n (hen 7e 'a( them, 7e 'ai to them, 0o %at once& an 'ho( your'e)*e' to the prie't'6 3n a' they (ent, they (ere cure an ma e c)ean6234 15 Then one o+ them, upon 'eeing that he (a' cure , turne back, %c&recogni:ing an

thanking an prai'ing 0o (ith a )ou *oice9 16 3n he +e)) pro'trate at -e'u'. +eet, thanking 7im %o*er an o*er&6 3n he (a' a !amaritan6 17 Then -e'u' a'ke , /ere not %a))& ten c)ean'e A /here are the nineA 18 /a' there no one +oun to return an to % &recogni:e an gi*e thank' an prai'e to 0o e,cept thi' a)ienA 19 3n 7e 'ai to him, 0et up an go on your (ay6 Dour +aith 2your tru't an con+i ence that 'pring +rom your be)ie+ in 0o 4 ha' re'tore you to hea)th6 2> 3'ke by the Ihari'ee' (hen the king om o+ 0o (ou) come, 7e rep)ie to them by 'aying, The king om o+ 0o oe' not come (ith 'ign' to be ob'er*e or (ith *i'ib)e i'p)ay, 21 #or (i)) peop)e 'ay, LookC 7ere %it i'&C or, !ee, %it i'& thereC For beho) , the king om o+ 0o i' (ithin you %in your heart'& an among you %'urroun ing you&6 22 3n 7e 'ai to the i'cip)e', The time i' coming (hen you (i)) )ong to 'ee %e*en&

one o+ the ay' o+ the !on o+ 5an, an you (i)) not 'ee %it&6 21 3n they (i)) 'ay to you, LookC %7e i'& thereC or, LookC %7e i'& hereC <ut o not go out or +o))o( %them&6 24 For )ike the )ightning, that +)a'he' an )ight' up the 'ky +rom one en to the other, 'o (i)) the !on o+ 5an be in 7i' %o(n& ay6 25 <ut +ir't 7e mu't 'u++er many thing' an be i'appro*e an repu iate an re=ecte by thi' age an generation6 26 3n %=u't& a' it (a' in the ay' o+ #oah, 'o (i)) it be in the time o+ the !on o+ 5an6 27 %Ieop)e& ate, they rank, they marrie , they (ere gi*en in marriage, right up to the ay (hen #oah (ent into the ark, an the +)oo came an e'troye them a))62<4 28 !o a)'o %it (a' the 'ame& a' it (a' in the ay' o+ Lot6 %Ieop)e& ate, they rank, they bought, they 'o) , they p)ante , they bui)t9 29 <ut on the %*ery& ay that Lot (ent out o+ !o om, it raine +ire an brim'tone +rom hea*en an e'troye %them& a))6

That i' the (ay it (i)) be on the ay that the !on o+ 5an i' re*ea)e 62C4 11 Bn that ay )et him (ho i' on the hou'etop, (ith hi' be)onging' in the hou'e, not come o(n %an go in'i e& to carry them a(ay9 an )ike(i'e )et him (ho i' in the +ie) not turn back6 12 Hemember Lot.' (i+eC2?4 11 /hoe*er trie' to pre'er*e hi' )i+e (i)) )o'e it, but (hoe*er )o'e' hi' )i+e (i)) pre'er*e an %e&;uicken it6 14 " te)) you, in that night there (i)) be t(o men in one be 9 one (i)) be taken an the other (i)) be )e+t6 15 There (i)) be t(o (omen grin ing together9 one (i)) be taken an the other (i)) be )e+t6 16%+& T(o men (i)) be in the +ie) 9 one (i)) be taken an the other (i)) be )e+t6 17 Then they a'ke 7im, /here, Lor A 7e 'ai to them, /here*er the ea bo y i', there (i)) the *u)ture' or eag)e' be gathere together6
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a6 Luke 17F2 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,icon6 b6 Luke 17F1 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 c6 Luke 17F15 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 6 Luke 17F18 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 e6 Luke 17F11 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 +6 Luke 17F16 5any manu'cript' o not contain thi' *er'e6 Cross references: 36 Luke 17F14 F Le* 14F2@12 <6 Luke 17F27 F 0en 6F5@89 7F6@24 C6 Luke 17F1> F 0en 18F2>@119 19F24, 25 ?6 Luke 17F12 F 0en 19F26 Luke 1# (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

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3L!B %-e'u'& to) them a parab)e to the

e++ect that they ought a)(ay' to pray an not to %a&turn co(ar 2+aint, )o'e heart, an gi*e up46 2 7e 'ai , "n a certain city there (a' a =u ge (ho neither re*erence an +eare 0o nor re'pecte or con'i ere man6 1 3n there (a' a (i o( in that city (ho kept coming to him an 'aying, Irotect an e+en an gi*e me =u'tice again't my a *er'ary6 4 3n +or a time he (ou) not9 but )ater he 'ai to him'e)+, Though " ha*e neither re*erence or +ear +or 0o nor re'pect or con'i eration +or man, 5 Det becau'e thi' (i o( continue' to bother me, " (i)) e+en an protect an a*enge her, )e't 'he gi*e me %b&into)erab)e annoyance an (ear me out by her continua) coming or %c&at the )a't 'he come an rai) on me or % &a''au)t me or %e&'trang)e me6 6 Then the Lor 'ai , Li'ten to (hat the un=u't =u ge 'ay'C 7 3n (i)) not %our =u't& 0o e+en an protect an a*enge 7i' e)ect 27i' cho'en one'4, (ho cry to 7im ay an nightA /i))

7e %+& e+er them an %g& e)ay he)p on their beha)+A 8 " te)) you, 7e (i)) e+en an protect an a*enge them 'pee i)y6 7o(e*er, (hen the !on o+ 5an come', (i)) 7e +in %%h&per'i'tence in& +aith on the earthA 9 7e a)'o to) thi' parab)e to 'ome peop)e (ho tru'te in them'e)*e' an (ere con+i ent that they (ere righteou' %that they (ere upright an in right 'tan ing (ith 0o & an 'corne an ma e nothing o+ a)) the re't o+ menF 1> T(o men (ent up into the temp)e %%i&enc)o'ure& to pray, the one a Ihari'ee an the other a ta, co))ector6 11 The Ihari'ee %=&took hi' 'tan o'tentatiou')y an began to pray thu' be+ore an (ith him'e)+F 0o , " thank Dou that " am not )ike the re't o+ men@@ e,tortioner' 2robber'4, '(in )er' %unrighteou' in heart an )i+e&, a u)terer'@@ or e*en )ike thi' ta, co))ector here6 12 " +a't t(ice a (eek9 " gi*e tithe' o+ a)) that " gain6 11 <ut the ta, co))ector, %mere)y& 'tan ing at a i'tance, (ou) not e*en )i+t up hi'

eye' to hea*en, but kept 'triking hi' brea't, 'aying, B 0o , be +a*orab)e 2be graciou', be merci+u)4 to me, the %k& e'pecia))y (icke 'inner that " amC 14 " te)) you, thi' man (ent o(n to hi' home =u'ti+ie 2+orgi*en an ma e upright an in right 'tan ing (ith 0o 4, rather than the other man9 +or e*eryone (ho e,a)t' him'e)+ (i)) be humb)e , but he (ho humb)e' him'e)+ (i)) be e,a)te 6 15 #o( they (ere a)'o bringing %e*en& babie' to 7im that 7e might touch them, an (hen the i'cip)e' notice it, they repro*e them6 16 <ut -e'u' ca))e them %%)&the parent'& to 7im, 'aying, 3))o( the )itt)e chi) ren to come to 5e, an o not hin er them, +or to 'uch %a' the'e& be)ong' the king om o+ 0o 6 17 Tru)y " 'ay to you, (hoe*er oe' not accept an recei*e an (e)come the king om o+ 0o )ike a )itt)e chi) % oe'& 'ha)) not in any (ay enter it %at a))&6 18 3n a certain ru)er a'ke 7im, 0oo Teacher %Dou (ho are %m&e''entia))y an per+ect)y %n&mora))y goo &, (hat 'ha)) " o to

inherit eterna) )i+e %to partake o+ eterna) 'a)*ation in the 5e''iah.' king om&A 19 -e'u' 'ai to him, /hy o you ca)) 5e %o& % e''entia))y an per+ect)y %p&mora))y& goo A #o one i' %%;&e''entia))y an per+ect)y %r& mora))y& goo @@e,cept 0o on)y6 2> Dou kno( the comman ment'F ?o not commit a u)tery, o not ki)), o not 'tea), o not (itne'' +a)'e)y, honor your +ather an your mother6234 21 3n he rep)ie , 3)) the'e " ha*e kept +rom my youth6 22 3n (hen -e'u' hear it, 7e 'ai to him, Bne thing you 'ti)) )ack6 !e)) e*erything that you ha*e an %'& i*i e %the money& among the poor, an you (i)) ha*e %rich& trea'ure in hea*en9 an come back %an & +o))o( 5e %become 5y i'cip)e, =oin 5y party, an accompany 5e&6 21 <ut (hen he hear thi', he became i'tre''e an *ery 'orro(+u), +or he (a' rich@@e,cee ing)y 'o6 24 -e'u', ob'er*ing him, 'ai , 7o( i++icu)t it i' +or tho'e (ho ha*e (ea)th to enter the king om o+ 0o C

For it i' ea'ier +or a came) to enter through a nee )e.' eye than %+or& a rich man to enter the king om o+ 0o 6 26 3n tho'e (ho hear it 'ai , Then (ho can be 'a*e A 27 <ut 7e 'ai , /hat i' impo''ib)e (ith men i' po''ib)e (ith 0o 62<4 28 3n Ieter 'ai , !ee, (e ha*e )e+t our o(n %thing'@@home, +ami)y, an bu'ine''& an ha*e +o))o(e Dou6 29 3n 7e 'ai to them, " 'ay to you tru)y, there i' no one (ho ha' )e+t hou'e or (i+e or brother' or parent' or chi) ren +or the 'ake o+ the king om o+ 0o 1> /ho (i)) not recei*e in return many time' more in thi' (or) an , in the coming age, eterna) )i+e6 11 Then taking the T(e)*e %apo't)e'& a'i e, 7e 'ai to them, Li'tenC /e are going up to -eru'a)em, an a)) thing' that are (ritten about the !on o+ 5an through an by the prophet' (i)) be +u)+i))e 62C4 12 For 7e (i)) be han e o*er to the 0enti)e' an (i)) be ma e 'port o+ an 'co++e an =eere at an in'u)te an 'pit
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upon62?4 11 They (i)) +)og 7im an ki)) 7im9 an on the thir ay 7e (i)) ri'e again62$4 14 <ut they un er'too nothing o+ the'e thing'9 7i' (or ' (ere a my'tery an hi en +rom them, an they i not comprehen (hat 7e (a' te))ing them6 15 3' 7e came near to -ericho, it occurre that a b)in man (a' 'itting by the roa 'i e begging6 16 3n hearing a cro( going by, he a'ke (hat it meant6 17 They to) him, -e'u' o+ #a:areth i' pa''ing by6 18 3n he 'houte , 'aying, -e'u', !on o+ ?a*i , take pity an ha*e mercy on meC 19 <ut tho'e (ho (ere in +ront repro*e him, te))ing him to keep ;uiet9 yet he %t& 'creame an 'hrieke 'o much the more, !on o+ ?a*i , take pity an ha*e mercy on meC 4> Then -e'u' 'too 'ti)) an or ere that he be )e to 7im9 an (hen he came near, -e'u' a'ke him, 41 /hat o you (ant 5e to o +or youA

7e 'ai , Lor , )et me recei*e my 'ightC 42 3n -e'u' 'ai to him, Hecei*e your 'ightC Dour +aith 2%u&your tru't an con+i ence that 'pring +rom your +aith in 0o 4 ha' hea)e you6 41 3n in'tant)y he recei*e hi' 'ight an began to +o))o( -e'u', %*&recogni:ing, prai'ing, an honoring 0o 9 an a)) the peop)e, (hen they 'a( it, prai'e 0o 6 Footnotes: a6 Luke 18F1 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 b6 Luke 18F5 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 c6 Luke 18F5 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 6 Luke 18F5 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 e6 Luke 18F5 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 +6 Luke 18F7 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 g6 Luke 18F7 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 h6 Luke 18F8 5ar*in Gincent, /or

!tu ie'6 i6 Luke 18F1> Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 =6 Luke 18F11 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 k6 Luke 18F11 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 )6 Luke 18F16 5atthe( 7enry, Commentary on the 7o)y <ib)e6 m6 Luke 18F18 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 n6 Luke 18F18 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 o6 Luke 18F19 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 p6 Luke 18F19 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 ;6 Luke 18F19 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 r6 Luke 18F19 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 '6 Luke 18F22 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 t6 Luke 18F19 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 u6 Luke 18F42 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6

*6 Luke 18F41 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 Cross references: 36 Luke 18F2> F $,o 2>F12@169 ?eut 5F16@2> <6 Luke 18F27 F 0en 18F149 -er 12F17 C6 Luke 18F11 F "'a 51F1@12 ?6 Luke 18F12 F "'a 5>F6 $6 Luke 18F11 F I' 16F1> Luke 1$ (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

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3#? %-e'u'& entere -ericho an (a' pa''ing through it6 2 3n there (a' a man ca))e 8acchaeu', a chie+ ta, co))ector, an %he (a'& rich6 1 3n he (a' trying to 'ee -e'u', (hich Bne 7e (a', but he cou) not on account o+ the cro( , becau'e he (a' 'ma)) in 'tature6
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!o he ran on ahea an c)imbe up in a 'ycamore tree in or er to 'ee 7im, +or 7e (a' about to pa'' that (ay6 5 3n (hen -e'u' reache the p)ace, 7e )ooke up an 'ai to him, 8acchaeu', hurry an come o(n9 +or " mu't 'tay at your hou'e to ay6 6 !o he hurrie an came o(n, an he recei*e an (e)come 7im =oy+u))y6 7 3n (hen the peop)e 'a( it, they a)) %a& muttere among them'e)*e' an in ignant)y comp)aine , 7e ha' gone in to be the gue't o+ an )o ge (ith a man (ho i' e*ote to 'in an preeminent)y a 'inner6 8 !o then 8acchaeu' 'too up an 'o)emn)y ec)are to the Lor , !ee, Lor , the ha)+ o+ my goo ' " %no(& gi*e %by (ay o+ re'toration& to the poor, an i+ " ha*e cheate anyone out o+ anything, " %no(& re'tore +our time' a' much6234 9 3n -e'u' 'ai to him, To ay i' %%b&5e''ianic an 'piritua)& 'a)*ation come to %a)) the member' o+& thi' hou'eho) , 'ince 8acchaeu' too i' a %rea) 'piritua)& 'on o+ 3braham9 1> For the !on o+ 5an came to 'eek an
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to 'a*e that (hich (a' )o't6 11 #o( a' they (ere )i'tening to the'e thing', 7e procee e to te)) a parab)e, becau'e 7e (a' approaching -eru'a)em an becau'e they thought that the king om o+ 0o (a' going to be brought to )ight an 'ho(n +orth imme iate)y6 12 7e there+ore 'ai , 3 certain nob)eman (ent into a i'tant country to obtain +or him'e)+ a king om an then to return6 11 Ca))ing ten o+ hi' %o(n& bon 'er*ant', he ga*e them ten mina' %each e;ua) to about one hun re ay'. (age' or near)y t(enty o))ar'& an 'ai to them, %c&<uy an 'e)) (ith the'e % &(hi)e " go an then return6 14 <ut hi' citi:en' ete'te him an 'ent an emba''y a+ter him to 'ay, /e o not (ant thi' man to become ru)er o*er u'6 15 /hen he returne a+ter ha*ing recei*e the king om, he or ere the'e bon 'er*ant' to (hom he ha gi*en the money to be ca))e to him, that he might kno( ho( much each one ha ma e by %e& buying an 'e))ing6 16 The +ir't one came be+ore him, an he 'ai , Lor , your mina ha' ma e ten

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itiona)& mina'6 17 3n he 'ai to him, /e)) one, e,ce))ent bon 'er*antC <ecau'e you ha*e been +aith+u) an tru't(orthy in a *ery )itt)e %thing&, you 'ha)) ha*e authority o*er ten citie'6 18 The 'econ one a)'o came an 'ai , Lor , your mina ha' ma e +i*e more mina'6 19 3n he 'ai a)'o to him, 3n you (i)) take charge o*er +i*e citie'6 2> Then another came an 'ai , Lor , here i' your mina, (hich " ha*e kept )ai up in a %+&han kerchie+6 21 For " (a' %con'tant)y& a+rai o+ you, becau'e you are a 'tern 2har , 'e*ere4 man9 you pick up (hat you i not )ay o(n, an you reap (hat you i not 'o(6 22 7e 'ai to the 'er*ant, " (i)) =u ge an con emn you out o+ your o(n mouth, you (icke ')a*eC Dou kne( % i you& that " (a' a 'tern 2har , 'e*ere4 man, picking up (hat " i not )ay o(n, an reaping (hat " i not 'o(A 21 Then (hy i you not put my money in a bank, 'o that on my return, " might ha*e

co))ecte it (ith intere'tA 24 3n he 'ai to the by'tan er', Take the mina a(ay +rom him an gi*e it to him (ho ha' the ten mina'6 25 3n they 'ai to him, Lor , he ha' ten mina' %a)rea y&C 26 3n %'ai -e'u',& " te)) you that to e*eryone (ho get' an ha' (i)) more be gi*en, but +rom the man (ho oe' not get an oe' not ha*e, e*en (hat he ha' (i)) be taken a(ay6 27 %The in ignant king en e by 'aying& <ut a' +or the'e enemie' o+ mine (ho i not (ant me to reign o*er them@@bring them here an %g&')aughter them in my pre'enceC 28 3n a+ter 'aying the'e thing', -e'u' (ent on ahea o+ them, going up to -eru'a)em6 29 /hen 7e came near <ethphage an <ethany at the mount ca))e %the 5ount o+& B)i*e', 7e 'ent t(o o+ 7i' i'cip)e', 1> Te))ing %them&, 0o into the *i))age yon er9 there, a' you go in, you (i)) +in a onkey.' co)t tie , on (hich no man ha'

e*er yet 'at6 Loo'e it an bring %it here&6 11 "+ anybo y a'k' you, /hy are you untying %it&A you 'ha)) 'ay thi'F <ecau'e the Lor ha' nee o+ it6 12 !o tho'e (ho (ere 'ent (ent a(ay an +oun it %=u't& a' 7e ha to) them6 11 3n a' they (ere )oo'ening the co)t, it' o(ner' 'ai to them, /hy are you untying the co)tA 14 3n they 'ai , The Lor ha' nee o+ it6 15 3n they brought it to -e'u'9 then they thre( their garment' o*er the co)t an 'et -e'u' upon it62<4 16 3n a' 7e ro e a)ong, the peop)e kept 'prea ing their garment' on the roa 6 %"" Eing' 9F116& 17 3' 7e (a' approaching %the city&, at the e'cent o+ the 5ount o+ B)i*e', the (ho)e cro( o+ the i'cip)e' began to re=oice an to prai'e 0o %e,to))ing 7im e,u)tant)y an & )ou )y +or a)) the mighty mirac)e' an (ork' o+ po(er that they ha (itne''e , 18 Crying, <)e''e 2ce)ebrate (ith prai'e'4 i' the Eing /ho come' in the

name o+ the Lor C Ieace in hea*en %%h&+ree om there +rom a)) the i'tre''e' that are e,perience a' the re'u)t o+ 'in& an g)ory 2ma=e'ty an 'p)en or4 in the highe't %hea*en&C2C4 19 3n 'ome o+ the Ihari'ee' +rom the throng 'ai to -e'u', Teacher, repro*e Dour i'cip)e'C 4> 7e rep)ie , " te)) you that i+ the'e keep 'i)ent, the *ery 'tone' (i)) cry out62?4 41 3n a' 7e approache , 7e 'a( the city, an 7e (ept %%i&au ib)y& o*er it, 42 $,c)aiming, /ou) that you ha kno(n per'ona))y, e*en at )ea't in thi' your ay, the thing' that make +or peace 2+or %=& +ree om +rom a)) the i'tre''e' that are e,perience a' the re'u)t o+ 'in an upon (hich your peace@@your %k&'ecurity, 'a+ety, pro'perity, an happine''@@ epen '4C <ut no( they are hi en +rom your eye'6 41 For a time i' coming upon you (hen your enemie' (i)) thro( up a %)&bank %(ith pointe 'take'& about you an 'urroun you an 'hut you in on e*ery 'i e62$4 44 3n they (i)) a'h you o(n to the groun , you %-eru'a)em& an your chi) ren

(ithin you9 an they (i)) not )ea*e in you one 'tone upon another, %a))& becau'e you i not come progre''i*e)y to recogni:e an kno( an un er'tan %+rom ob'er*ation an e,perience& the time o+ your *i'itation %that i', (hen 0o (a' *i'iting you, the time %m&in (hich 0o 'ho(e 7im'e)+ graciou' to(ar you an o++ere you 'a)*ation through Chri't&6 45 Then 7e (ent into the temp)e %%n&enc)o'ure& an began to ri*e out tho'e (ho (ere 'e))ing, 46 Te))ing them, "t i' (ritten, 5y hou'e 'ha)) be a hou'e o+ prayer9 but you ha*e ma e it a %o&ca*e o+ robber'62F4 47 3n 7e continue to teach ay a+ter ay in the temp)e %%p&porche' an court'&6 The chie+ prie't' an 'cribe' an the )ea ing men o+ the peop)e (ere 'eeking to put 7im to eath, 48 <ut they i not i'co*er anything they cou) o, +or a)) the peop)e hung upon 7i' (or ' an %;&'tuck by 7im6 Footnotes:

a6 Luke 19F7 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,icon6 b6 Luke 19F9 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 c6 Luke 19F11 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 6 Luke 19F11 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 e6 Luke 19F15 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 +6 Luke 19F2> -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 g6 Luke 19F27 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 h6 Luke 19F18 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 i6 Luke 19F41 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 =6 Luke 19F42 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 k6 Luke 19F42 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 )6 Luke 19F41 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 m6 Luke 19F44 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 n6 Luke 19F45 Hichar Trench, !ynonym'

o+ the #e( Te'tament6 o6 Luke 19F46 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 p6 Luke 19F47 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 ;6 Luke 19F48 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 Cross references: 36 Luke 19F8 F $,o 22F19 Le* 6F59 #um 5F6, 7 <6 Luke 19F15 F 8ech 9F9 C6 Luke 19F18 F I' 118F26 ?6 Luke 19F4> F 7ab 2F11 $6 Luke 19F41 F "'a 29F19 -er 6F69 $:ek 4F2 F6 Luke 19F46 F "'a 56F79 -er 7F11 Luke 2% (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 2%
B#$ ?3D a' -e'u' (a' in'tructing the peop)e in the temp)e %%a&porche'& an
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preaching the goo ne(' 2the 0o'pe)4, the chie+ prie't' an the 'cribe' came up (ith the e) er' 2member' o+ the !anhe rin4 2 3n 'ai to 7im, Te)) u' by (hat %'ort o+& authority Dou are oing the'e thing'A Br (ho i' it (ho ga*e Dou thi' authorityA 1 7e rep)ie to them, " (i)) a)'o a'k you a ;ue'tion6 #o( an'(er 5eF 4 /a' the bapti'm o+ -ohn +rom hea*en, or +rom menA 5 3n they argue an i'cu''e %it& an rea'one together %b&(ith them'e)*e', 'aying, "+ (e rep)y, From hea*en, 7e (i)) 'ay, /hy then i you not be)ie*e himA 6 <ut i+ (e an'(er, From men, a)) the peop)e (i)) 'tone u' %c&to eath, +or they are % & )ong 'ince +irm)y con*ince that -ohn (a' a prophet6 7 !o they rep)ie that they i not kno( +rom (here it came6 8 Then -e'u' 'ai to them, #either (i)) " te)) you by (hat authority " o the'e thing'6 9 Then 7e began to re)ate to the peop)e thi' parab)e 2%e&thi' 'tory to +igurati*e)y

portray (hat 7e ha to 'ay4F 3 man p)ante a *ineyar an )ea'e it to 'ome *ine re''er' an (ent into another country +or a )ong 'tay6234 1> /hen the %right& 'ea'on came, he 'ent a bon 'er*ant to the tenant', that they might gi*e him %hi' part& o+ the +ruit o+ the *ineyar 9 but the tenant' beat 2%+&thra'he 4 him an 'ent him a(ay empty@han e 6 11 3n he 'ent 'ti)) another 'er*ant9 him they a)'o beat 2%g&thra'he 4 an i'honore an in'u)te him %h& i'grace+u))y an 'ent him a(ay empty@han e 6 12 3n he 'ent yet a thir 9 thi' one they (oun e an thre( out %o+ the *ineyar &6 11 Then the o(ner o+ the *ineyar 'ai , /hat 'ha)) " oA " (i)) 'en my be)o*e 'on9 it i' %i&probab)e that they (i)) re'pect him6 14 <ut (hen the tenant' 'a( him, they argue among them'e)*e', 'aying, Thi' i' the heir9 )et u' ki)) him, 'o that the inheritance may be our'6 15 !o they ro*e him out o+ the *ineyar an ki))e him6 /hat then (i)) the o(ner o+ the *ineyar o to themA

7e (i)) come an %%=&utter)y& put an en to tho'e tenant' an (i)) gi*e the *ineyar to other'6 /hen they %the chie+ prie't' an the 'cribe' an the e) er'& hear thi', they 'ai , 5ay it ne*er beC 17 <ut %-e'u'& )ooke at them an 'ai , /hat then i' %the meaning o+& thi' that i' (rittenF The %*ery& !tone (hich the bui) er' re=ecte ha' become the chie+ !tone o+ the corner %Corner'tone&A2<4 18 $*eryone (ho +a))' on that !tone (i)) be broken %in piece'&9 but upon (home*er "t +a))', "t (i)) cru'h him %(inno( him an %k& 'catter him a' u't&62C4 19 The 'cribe' an the chie+ prie't' e'ire an trie to +in a (ay to arre't 7im at that *ery hour, but they (ere a+rai o+ the peop)e9 +or they i'cerne that 7e ha re)ate thi' parab)e again't them6 2> !o they (atche %+or an opportunity to en'nare& 7im, an 'ent 'pie' (ho preten e to be upright 2hone't an 'incere4, that they might )ay ho) o+ 'omething 7e might 'ay, 'o a' to turn 7im o*er to the contro) an authority o+ the go*ernor6
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They a'ke 7im, Teacher, (e kno( that Dou 'peak an teach (hat i' right, an that Dou 'ho( no partia)ity to anyone but teach the (ay o+ 0o hone't)y an in truth6 22 "' it )a(+u) +or u' to gi*e tribute to Cae'ar or notA 21 <ut 7e recogni:e an un er'too their cunning an %)&un'crupu)ou'ne'' an 'ai to them, 24 !ho( 5e a enariu' 2a coin4C /ho'e image an in'cription oe' it ha*eA They an'(ere , Cae'ar.'6 25 7e 'ai to them, Then ren er to Cae'ar the thing' that are Cae'ar.', %m&an to 0o the thing' that are 0o .'6 26 !o they cou) not in the pre'ence o+ the peop)e take ho) o+ anything 7e 'ai to turn it again't 7im9 but mar*e)ing at 7i' rep)y, they (ere 'i)ent6 27 3)'o there came to 7im 'ome !a ucee', tho'e (ho 'ay that there i' no re'urrection6 28 3n they a'ke 7im a ;ue'tion, 'aying, Teacher, 5o'e' (rote +or u' %a )a(& that i+ a man.' brother ie', )ea*ing a (i+e
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an no chi) ren, the man 'ha)) take the (oman an rai'e up o++'pring +or hi' brother62?4 29 #o( there (ere 'e*en brother'9 an the +ir't took a (i+e an ie (ithout %ha*ing any& chi) ren6 1> 3n the 'econ 11 3n then the thir took her, an in )ike manner a)) 'e*en, an they ie , )ea*ing no chi) ren6 12 La't o+ a)), the (oman ie a)'o6 11 #o( in the re'urrection (ho'e (i+e (i)) the (oman beA For the 'e*en marrie her6 14 3n -e'u' 'ai to them, The peop)e o+ thi' (or) an pre'ent age marry an are gi*en in marriage9 15 <ut tho'e (ho are con'i ere (orthy to gain that other (or) an that +uture age an to attain to the re'urrection +rom the ea neither marry nor are gi*en in marriage9 16 For they cannot ie again, but they are %n& ange)@)ike an %o&e;ua) to ange)'6 3n being 'on' o+ an %p&'harer' in the re'urrection, they are 'on' o+ 0o 6

<ut that the ea are rai'e %%;&+rom eath&@@e*en 5o'e' ma e kno(n an 'ho(e in the pa''age concerning the %burning& bu'h, (here he ca))' the Lor , The 0o o+ 3braham, the 0o o+ "'aac, an the 0o o+ -acob62$4 18 #o( 7e i' not the 0o o+ the ea , but o+ the )i*ing, +or to 7im a)) men are a)i*e %(hether in the bo y or out o+ it& an they are a)i*e %not ea & unto 7im %in e+inite re)ation'hip to 7im&6 19 3n 'ome o+ the 'cribe' rep)ie , Teacher, you ha*e 'poken (e)) an e,pert)y %%r&'o that there i' no room +or b)ame&6 4> For they i not are to ;ue'tion 7im +urther6 41 <ut 7e a'ke them, 7o( can peop)e 'ay that the Chri't 2the 5e''iah, the 3nointe Bne4 i' ?a*i .' !onA 42 For ?a*i him'e)+ 'ay' in %the& <ook o+ I'a)m', The Lor 'ai to my Lor , !it at 5y right han 41 Lnti) " make Dour enemie' a +oot'too) +or Dour +eet62F4 44 !o ?a*i ca))' 7im Lor 9 ho( then i'
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7e hi' !onA 45 3n (ith a)) the peop)e )i'tening, 7e 'ai to 7i' i'cip)e', 46 <e(are o+ the 'cribe', (ho )ike to (a)k about in )ong robe' an )o*e to be 'a)ute %(ith honor& in p)ace' (here peop)e congregate an )o*e the +ront an be't 'eat' in the 'ynagogue' an p)ace' o+ i'tinction at +ea't', 47 /ho make a(ay (ith an e*our (i o('. hou'e', an %to co*er it up& (ith preten'e make )ong prayer'6 They (i)) recei*e the greater con emnation 2the hea*ier 'entence, the 'e*erer puni'hment46 Footnotes: a6 Luke 2>F1 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 b6 Luke 2>F5 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 c6 Luke 2>F6 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 6 Luke 2>F6 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 e6 Luke 2>F9 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6

+6 Luke 2>F1> -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 g6 Luke 2>F11 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 h6 Luke 2>F11 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 i6 Luke 2>F11 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 =6 Luke 2>F16 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 k6 Luke 2>F18 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 )6 Luke 2>F21 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 m6 Luke 2>F25 3 rebuke o+ emperor (or'hip6 n6 Luke 2>F16 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 o6 Luke 2>F16 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,icon6 p6 Luke 2>F16 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 ;6 Luke 2>F17 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 r6 Luke 2>F19 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 Cross references:

36 <6 C6 15 ?6 $6 F6

Luke 2>F9 F "'a 5F1@7 Luke 2>F17 F I' 118F22, 21 Luke 2>F18 F "'a 8F14, 159 ?an 2F14, Luke 2>F28 F ?eut 25F5, 6 Luke 2>F17 F $,o 1F6 Luke 2>F41 F I' 11>F1

Luke 21 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 21
LBBE"#0 LI, %-e'u'& 'a( the rich peop)e putting their gi+t' into the trea'ury6 2 3n 7e 'a( a)'o a poor (i o( putting in t(o mite' 2copper coin'46 1 3n 7e 'ai , Tru)y " 'ay to you, thi' poor (i o( ha' put in more than a)) o+ them9 4 For they a)) ga*e out o+ their abun ance 2their 'urp)u'49 but 'he ha' contribute out o+ her )ack an her (ant, putting in a)) that 'he ha on (hich to )i*e6
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3n a' 'ome (ere 'aying o+ the temp)e that it (a' ecorate (ith han 'ome 2'hape)y an magni+icent4 'tone' an con'ecrate o++ering' %%a&)ai up to be kept&, 7e 'ai , 6 3' +or a)) thi' that you %thought+u))y& )ook at, the time (i)) come (hen there 'ha)) not be )e+t here one 'tone upon another that (i)) not be thro(n o(n6 7 3n they a'ke 7im, Teacher, (hen (i)) thi' happenA 3n (hat 'ign (i)) there be (hen thi' i' about to occurA 8 3n 7e 'ai , <e on your guar an be care+u) that you are not )e a'tray9 +or many (i)) come in 5y name %%b&appropriating to them'e)*e' the name 5e''iah (hich be)ong' to 5e&, 'aying, " am 7eC an , The time i' at han C ?o not go out a+ter them6 9 3n (hen you hear o+ (ar' an in'urrection' 2 i'turbance', i'or er, an con+u'ion4, o not become a)arme an panic@'tricken an terri+ie 9 +or a)) thi' mu't take p)ace +ir't, but the en (i)) not %come& imme iate)y6 1> Then 7e to) them, #ation (i)) ri'e
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again't nation, an king om again't king om6 %"" Chron6 15F69 "'a6 19F26& 11 There (i)) be mighty an *io)ent earth;uake', an in *ariou' p)ace' +amine' an pe'ti)ence' 2p)ague'F %c&ma)ignant an contagiou' or in+ectiou' epi emic i'ea'e' (hich are ea )y an e*a'tating49 an there (i)) be 'ight' o+ terror an great 'ign' +rom hea*en6 12 <ut pre*iou' to a)) thi', they (i)) )ay their han ' on you an per'ecute you, turning you o*er to the 'ynagogue' an pri'on', an you (i)) be )e a(ay be+ore king' an go*ernor' +or 5y name.' 'ake6 11 Thi' (i)) be a time 2an opportunity4 +or you to bear te'timony6 14 He'o)*e an 'ett)e it in your min ' not to me itate an prepare be+orehan ho( you are to make your e+en'e an ho( you (i)) an'(er6 15 For " %5y'e)+& (i)) gi*e you a mouth an 'uch utterance an (i' om that a)) o+ your +oe' combine (i)) be unab)e to 'tan again't or re+ute6 16 Dou (i)) be e)i*ere up an betraye e*en by parent' an brother' an re)ati*e'

an +rien ', an %'ome& o+ you they (i)) put to eath6 17 3n you (i)) be hate 2 e'pi'e 4 by e*eryone becau'e %you bear& 5y name an +or it' 'ake6 18 <ut not a hair o+ your hea 'ha)) peri'h6 %" !am6 14F456& 19 <y your 'tea +a'tne'' an patient en urance you % &'ha)) (in the %e&true )i+e o+ your 'ou)'6 2> <ut (hen you 'ee -eru'a)em 'urroun e by armie', then kno( an un er'tan that it' e'o)ation ha' come near6 21 Then )et tho'e (ho are in -u ea +)ee to the mountain', an )et tho'e (ho are in'i e %the city& get out o+ it, an )et not tho'e (ho are out in the country come into it9 22 For tho'e are ay' o+ *engeance %o+ ren ering +u)) =u'tice or 'ati'+action&, that a)) thing' that are (ritten may be +u)+i))e 6 21 3)a' +or tho'e (ho are pregnant an +or tho'e (ho ha*e babie' (hich they are nur'ing in tho'e ay'C For great mi'ery an

angui'h an i'tre'' 'ha)) be upon the )an an in ignation an puni'hment an retribution upon thi' peop)e6 24 They (i)) +a)) by %+&the mouth an the e ge o+ the '(or an (i)) be )e a(ay a' capti*e' to an among a)) nation'9 an -eru'a)em (i)) be tro en o(n by the 0enti)e' unti) the time' o+ the 0enti)e' are +u)+i))e 2comp)ete 46234 25 3n there (i)) be 'ign' in the 'un an moon an 'tar'9 an upon the earth %there (i)) be& i'tre'' 2troub)e an angui'h4 o+ nation' in be(i) erment an perp)e,ity %%g&(ithout re'ource', )e+t (anting, embarra''e , in oubt, not kno(ing (hich (ay to turn& at the roaring 2%h&the echo4 o+ the to''ing o+ the 'ea,2<4 26 5en '(ooning a(ay or e,piring (ith +ear an rea an apprehen'ion an e,pectation o+ the thing' that are coming on the (or) 9 +or the %*ery& po(er' o+ the hea*en' (i)) be 'haken an %i&cau'e to totter6 27 3n then they (i)) 'ee the !on o+ 5an coming in a c)ou (ith great 2tran'cen ent an o*er(he)ming4 po(er an %a)) 7i'

king)y& g)ory 2ma=e'ty an 'p)en or462C4 28 #o( (hen the'e thing' begin to occur, )ook up an )i+t up your hea ', becau'e your re emption 2 e)i*erance4 i' ra(ing near6 29 3n 7e to) them a parab)eF Look at the +ig tree an a)) the tree'9 1> /hen they put +orth their bu ' an come out in )ea+, you 'ee +or your'e)*e' an percei*e an kno( that 'ummer i' a)rea y near6 11 $*en 'o, (hen you 'ee the'e thing' taking p)ace, un er'tan an kno( that the king om o+ 0o i' at han 6 12 Tru)y " te)) you, thi' generation 2%=&tho'e )i*ing at that e+inite perio o+ time4 (i)) not peri'h an pa'' a(ay unti) a)) ha' taken p)ace6 11 The %k&'ky an the earth 2%)&the uni*er'e, the (or) 4 (i)) pa'' a(ay, but 5y (or ' (i)) not pa'' a(ay6 14 <ut take hee to your'e)*e' an be on your guar , )e't your heart' be o*erbur ene an epre''e 2(eighe o(n4 (ith the %m&gi ine'' an hea ache

an %n&nau'ea o+ 'e)+@in u)gence, runkenne'', an (or) )y (orrie' an care' pertaining to %the %o&bu'ine'' o+& thi' )i+e, an %)e't& that ay come upon you 'u en)y )ike a trap or a noo'e9 15 For it (i)) come upon a)) (ho )i*e upon the +ace o+ the entire earth6 16 Eeep a(ake then an (atch at a)) time' %be i'creet, attenti*e, an rea y&, praying that you may ha*e the +u)) 'trength an abi)ity an be accounte (orthy to e'cape a)) the'e thing' %taken together& that (i)) take p)ace, an to 'tan in the pre'ence o+ the !on o+ 5an6 17 #o( in the aytime -e'u' (a' teaching in %%p&the porche' an court' o+& the temp)e, but at night 7e (ou) go out an 'tay on the mount ca))e B)i*et6 18 3n ear)y in the morning a)) the peop)e came to 7im in the temp)e %%;&porche' or court'& to )i'ten to 7im6 Footnotes: a6 Luke 21F5 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6

b6 Luke 21F8 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 c6 Luke 21F11 /eb'ter.' #e( "nternationa) ?ictionary o++er' thi' phra'e a' a e+inition o+ Kp)agueK an Kpe'ti)ence6K 6 Luke 21F19 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 e6 Luke 21F19 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 +6 Luke 21F24 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 g6 Luke 21F25 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 h6 Luke 21F25 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 i6 Luke 21F26 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 =6 Luke 21F12 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 k6 Luke 21F11 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 )6 Luke 21F11 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 m6 Luke 21F14 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 n6 Luke 21F14 06 3bbott@!mith, 5anua) 0reek Le,icon6

o6 Luke 21F14 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 p6 Luke 21F17 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 ;6 Luke 21F18 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 Cross references: 36 Luke 21F24 F "'a 61F189 ?an 8F11 <6 Luke 21F25 F "'a 11F1>9 -oe) 2F1>9 8eph 1F15 C6 Luke 21F27 F ?an 7F11, 14 Luke 22 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 22
#B/ T7$ Fe'ti*a) o+ Ln)ea*ene <rea (a' ra(ing near, (hich i' ca))e the Ia''o*er6 2 3n the chie+ prie't' an the 'cribe' (ere 'eeking ho( to o a(ay (ith %-e'u'&, +or they +eare the peop)e6 1 <ut %then& !atan entere into -u a',
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ca))e "'cariot, (ho (a' one o+ the T(e)*e %apo't)e'&6 4 3n he (ent a(ay an i'cu''e (ith the chie+ prie't' an captain' ho( he might betray 7im an e)i*er 7im up to them6 5 3n they (ere e)ighte an p)e ge %them'e)*e'& to gi*e him money6 6 !o he agree %to thi'&, an 'ought an opportunity to betray 7im to them %(ithout an upri'ing& in the ab'ence o+ the throng6 7 Then came the ay o+ Ln)ea*ene <rea on (hich the Ia''o*er %)amb& ha to be ')ain6234 8 !o -e'u' 'ent Ieter an -ohn, 'aying, 0o an prepare +or u' the Ia''o*er mea), that (e may eat it6 9 They 'ai to 7im, /here o Dou (ant u' to prepare %it&A 1> 7e 'ai to them, <eho) , (hen you ha*e gone into the city, a man carrying an earthen =ug or pitcher o+ (ater (i)) meet you9 +o))o( him into the hou'e (hich he enter', 11 3n 'ay to the ma'ter o+ the hou'e, The Teacher a'k' you, /here i' the gue't

room, (here " may eat the Ia''o*er %mea)& (ith 5y i'cip)e'A 12 3n he (i)) 'ho( you a )arge room up'tair', +urni'he %(ith carpet' an (ith couche' proper)y 'prea &9 there make %your& preparation'6 11 3n they (ent an +oun it %=u't& a' 7e ha 'ai to them9 an they ma e rea y the Ia''o*er %'upper&6 14 3n (hen the hour came, %-e'u'& rec)ine at tab)e, an the apo't)e' (ith 7im6 15 3n 7e 'ai to them, " ha*e earne't)y an inten'e)y e'ire to eat thi' Ia''o*er (ith you be+ore " 'u++er9 16 For " 'ay to you, " 'ha)) eat it no more unti) it i' +u)+i))e in the king om o+ 0o 6 17 3n 7e took a cup, an (hen 7e ha gi*en thank', 7e 'ai , Take thi' an i*i e an i'tribute it among your'e)*e'9 18 For " 'ay to you that +rom no( on " 'ha)) not rink o+ the +ruit o+ the *ine at a)) unti) the king om o+ 0o come'6 19 Then 7e took a )oa+ %o+ brea &, an (hen 7e ha gi*en thank', 7e broke %it&

an ga*e it to them 'aying, Thi' i' 5y bo y (hich i' gi*en +or you9 o thi' in remembrance o+ 5e6 2> 3n in )ike manner, 7e took the cup a+ter 'upper, 'aying, Thi' cup i' the ne( te'tament or co*enant %rati+ie & in 5y b)oo , (hich i' 'he 2poure out4 +or you6 21 <ut, beho) , the han o+ him (ho %a&i' no( engage in betraying 5e i' (ith 5e on the tab)e62<4 22 For the !on o+ 5an i' going a' it ha' been etermine an appointe , but (oe to that man by (hom 7e i' betraye an e)i*ere upC 21 3n they began to in;uire among them'e)*e' (hich o+ them it (a' (ho (a' about to o thi'62C4 24 #o( %b&an eager contention aro'e among them %a' to& (hich o+ them (a' con'i ere an repute to be the greate't6 25 <ut -e'u' 'ai to them, The king' o+ the 0enti)e' %c&are ei+ie by them an e,erci'e )or 'hip %% &ru)ing a' emperor@ go '& o*er them9 an tho'e in authority o*er them are ca))e bene+actor' an (e))@ oer'6

<ut thi' i' not to be 'o (ith you9 on the contrary, )et him (ho i' the greate't among you become )ike the younge't, an him (ho i' the chie+ an )ea er )ike one (ho 'er*e'6 27 For (ho i' the greater, the one (ho rec)ine' at tab)e 2the ma'ter4, or the one (ho 'er*e'A "' it not the one (ho rec)ine' at tab)eA <ut " am in your mi 't a' Bne /ho 'er*e'6 28 3n you are tho'e (ho ha*e remaine %throughout& an per'e*ere (ith 5e in 5y tria)'9 29 3n a' 5y Father ha' appointe a king om an con+erre it on 5e, 'o o " con+er on you %the pri*i)ege an ecree&, 1> That you may eat an rink at 5y tab)e in 5y king om an 'it on throne', =u ging the t(e)*e tribe' o+ "'rae)6 11 !imon, !imon 2Ieter4, )i'tenC !atan %e& ha' a'ke e,ce''i*e)y that %a)) o+& you be gi*en up to him %out o+ the po(er an keeping o+ 0o &, that he might 'i+t %a)) o+& you )ike grain,2?4 12 <ut " ha*e praye e'pecia))y +or you %Ieter&, that your %o(n& +aith may not +ai)9
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an (hen you your'e)+ ha*e turne again, 'trengthen an e'tab)i'h your brethren6 11 3n %!imon Ieter& 'ai to 7im, Lor , " am rea y to go (ith Dou both to pri'on an to eath6 14 <ut -e'u' 'ai , " te)) you, Ieter, be+ore a %'ing)e& cock 'ha)) cro( thi' ay, you (i)) three time' %utter)y& eny that you kno( 5e6 15 3n 7e 'ai to them, /hen " 'ent you out (ith no pur'e or %pro*i'ion& bag or 'an a)', i you )ack anythingA They an'(ere , #othingC 16 Then 7e 'ai to them, <ut no( )et him (ho ha' a pur'e take it, an a)'o %hi' pro*i'ion& bag9 an )et him (ho ha' no '(or 'e)) hi' mant)e an buy a '(or 6 17 For " te)) you that thi' !cripture mu't yet be +u)+i))e in 5eF 3n 7e (a' counte an c)a''e among the (icke 2the out)a(', the crimina)'49 +or (hat i' (ritten about 5e ha' it' +u)+i))ment %ha' reache it' en an i' +ina))y 'ett)e &62$4 18 3n they 'ai , Look, Lor C 7ere are t(o '(or '6 3n 7e 'ai to them, "t i' enough6

3n 7e came out an (ent, a' (a' 7i' habit, to the 5ount o+ B)i*e', an the i'cip)e' a)'o +o))o(e 7im6 4> 3n (hen 7e came to the p)ace, 7e 'ai to them, Iray that you may not %at a))& enter into temptation6 41 3n 7e (ith re( +rom them about a 'tone.' thro( an kne)t o(n an praye , 42 !aying, Father, i+ Dou are (i))ing, remo*e thi' cup +rom 5e9 yet not 5y (i)), but %%+&a)(ay'& Dour' be one6 41 3n there appeare to 7im an ange) +rom hea*en, 'trengthening 7im in 'pirit6 44 3n being in an agony %o+ min &, 7e praye %a)) the& more earne't)y an intent)y, an 7i' '(eat became )ike great %g& c)ot' o+ b)oo ropping o(n upon the groun 6 45 3n (hen 7e got up +rom prayer, 7e came to the i'cip)e' an +oun them ')eeping +rom grie+, 46 3n 7e 'ai to them, /hy o you ')eepA 0et up an pray that you may not enter %at a))& into temptation6 47 3n (hi)e 7e (a' 'ti)) 'peaking,
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beho) , there came a cro( , an the man ca))e -u a', one o+ the T(e)*e %apo't)e'&, (a' going be+ore %)ea ing& them6 7e re( near to -e'u' to ki'' 7im, 48 <ut -e'u' 'ai to him, -u a'C /ou) you betray an e)i*er up the !on o+ 5an (ith a ki''A 49 3n (hen tho'e (ho (ere aroun 7im 'a( (hat (a' about to happen, they 'ai , Lor , 'ha)) (e 'trike (ith the '(or A 5> 3n one o+ them 'truck the bon 'er*ant o+ the high prie't an cut o++ hi' ear, the right one6 51 <ut -e'u' 'ai , Iermit %h&them to go 'o +ar %a' to 'ei:e 5e&6 3n 7e touche the %i& )itt)e 2in'igni+icant4 ear an hea)e him6 52 Then -e'u' 'ai to tho'e (ho ha come out again't 7im@@the chie+ prie't' an captain' o+ the temp)e an e) er' %o+ the !anhe rin&@@7a*e you come out (ith '(or ' an c)ub' a' %you (ou) & again't a robberA 51 /hen " (a' (ith you ay a+ter ay in the temp)e %%=&enc)o'ure&, you i not 'tretch +orth %your& han ' again't 5e6 <ut thi' i' your hour@@an the po(er %(hich&

arkne'' %gi*e' you ha' it' (ay&6 54 Then they 'ei:e 7im an )e 7im a(ay, bringing 7im into the hou'e o+ the high prie't6 Ieter (a' +o))o(ing at a i'tance6 55 3n (hen they ha kin )e a +ire in the mi )e o+ the courtyar an (ere 'eate together, Ieter 'at among them6 56 Then a 'er*ant gir), 'eeing him a' he 'at in the +ire)ight an ga:ing %intent)y& at him, 'ai , Thi' man too (a' (ith %k&7im6 57 <ut he enie it an 'ai , /oman, " o not kno( 7imC 58 3n a )itt)e )ater 'omeone e)'e 'a( him an 'ai , Dou are one o+ them a)'o6 <ut Ieter 'ai , 5an, " am notC 59 3n (hen about an hour more ha e)ap'e , 'ti)) another emphatica))y in'i'te , "t i' the truth that thi' man a)'o (a' (ith 7im, +or he too i' a 0a)i)eanC 6> <ut Ieter 'ai , 5an, " o not kno( (hat you are ta)king about6 3n in'tant)y, (hi)e he (a' 'ti)) 'peaking, the cock cro(e 6 61 3n the Lor turne an )ooke at

Ieter6 3n Ieter reca))e the Lor .' (or ', ho( 7e ha to) him, <e+ore the cock cro(' to ay, you (i)) eny 5e thrice6 62 3n he (ent out an (ept bitter)y %that i', (ith pain+u))y mo*ing grie+&6 61 #o( the men (ho ha -e'u' in cu'to y treate 7im (ith contempt an 'co++e at an ri icu)e 7im an beat 7im9 64 They b)in +o) e 7im a)'o an a'ke 7im, Irophe'yC /ho i' it that 'truck %)&DouA 65 3n they 'ai many other e*i) an ')an erou' an in'u)ting (or ' again't 7im, re*i)ing 7im6 66 3' 'oon a' it (a' ay, the a''emb)y o+ the e) er' o+ the peop)e gathere together, both chie+ prie't' an 'cribe'9 an they )e 7im into their counci) 2the !anhe rin4, an they 'ai , 67 "+ Dou are the Chri't 2the 5e''iah4, te)) u'6 <ut 7e 'ai to them, "+ " te)) you, you (i)) not be)ie*e 2tru't in, c)ea*e to, an re)y on (hat " 'ay4, 68 3n i+ " ;ue'tion you, you (i)) not an'(er6 69 <ut herea+ter 2+rom thi' time on4, the

!on o+ 5an 'ha)) be 'eate at the right han o+ the po(er o+ 0o 62F4 7> 3n they a)) 'ai , Dou are the !on o+ 0o , thenA 3n 7e 'ai to them, %m&"t i' =u't a' you 'ay9 " 356 71 3n they 'ai , /hat +urther e*i ence o (e nee A For (e ha*e hear %it& our'e)*e' +rom 7i' o(n mouthC Footnotes: a6 Luke 22F21 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 b6 Luke 22F24 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 c6 Luke 22F25 Eenneth /ue't, /or !tu ie'6 6 Luke 22F25 Eenneth /ue't, /or !tu ie'6 e6 Luke 22F11 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 +6 Luke 22F42 Char)e' <6 /i))iam', The #e( Te'tamentF 3 Tran')ationF Kin the 0reek pre'ent imperati*e, enoting continue action6K g6 Luke 22F44 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6

h6 Luke 22F51 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 i6 Luke 22F51 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 =6 Luke 22F51 Hichar Trench, !ynonym' o+ the #e( Te'tament6 k6 Luke 22F56 Capita)i:e becau'e o+ (hat 7e i', the 'pot)e'' !on o+ 0o , not (hat the 'peaker may ha*e thought 7e (a'6 )6 Luke 22F64 Capita)i:e becau'e o+ (hat 7e i', the 'pot)e'' !on o+ 0o , not (hat the 'peaker may ha*e thought 7e (a'6 m6 Luke 22F7> -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 Cross references: 36 Luke 22F7 F $,o 12F18@2>9 ?eut 16F5@ 8 <6 Luke 22F21 F I' 41F9 C6 Luke 22F21 F I' 41F9 ?6 Luke 22F11 F -ob 1F6@129 3mo' 9F9 $6 Luke 22F17 F "'a 51F12 F6 Luke 22F69 F I' 11>F1 Luke 23 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964,

1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 23
T7$# T7$ (ho)e a''emb)y o+ them got up an con ucte %-e'u'& be+ore Ii)ate6 2 3n they began to accu'e 7im, a''erting, /e +oun thi' %a&5an per*erting 2mi')ea ing, corrupting, an turning a(ay4 our nation an +orbi ing to pay tribute to Cae'ar, 'aying that 7e 7im'e)+ i' Chri't 2the 5e''iah, the 3nointe Bne4, a EingC 1 !o Ii)ate a'ke 7im, 3re Dou the Eing o+ the -e('A 3n 7e an'(ere him, %%b&"t i' =u't a'& you 'ay6 %" 356& 4 3n Ii)ate 'ai to the chie+ prie't' an the throng', " +in no gui)t or crime in thi' 5an6 5 <ut they (ere urgent an emphatic, 'aying, 7e 'tir' up an e,cite' the peop)e, teaching throughout a)) -u ea@@+rom 0a)i)ee, (here 7e began, e*en to thi' p)ace6 6 Lpon hearing thi', Ii)ate a'ke (hether the 5an (a' a 0a)i)ean6 7 3n (hen he +oun out %certain)y& that
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7e be)onge to 7ero .' =uri' iction, he 'ent 7im up to 7ero %a higher authority&, (ho (a' a)'o in -eru'a)em in tho'e ay'6 8 #o( (hen 7ero 'a( -e'u', he (a' e,cee ing)y g)a , +or he ha eager)y e'ire to 'ee 7im +or a )ong time becau'e o+ (hat he ha hear concerning 7im, an he (a' hoping to (itne'' 'ome 'ign 2'ome 'triking e*i ence or 'pectacu)ar per+ormance4 one by 7im6 9 !o he a'ke 7im many ;ue'tion', but 7e ma e no rep)y6234 1> 5ean(hi)e, the chie+ prie't' an the 'cribe' 'too by, continuing *ehement)y an *io)ent)y to accu'e 7im6 11 3n 7ero , (ith hi' 'o) ier', treate 7im (ith contempt an 'co++e at an ri icu)e 7im9 then, re''ing 7im up in bright an gorgeou' appare), he 'ent 7im back to Ii)ate62<4 12 3n that *ery ay 7ero an Ii)ate became +rien ' (ith each other@@%though& they ha been at enmity be+ore thi'6 11 Ii)ate then ca))e together the chie+ prie't' an the ru)er' an the peop)e,

3n 'ai to them, Dou brought thi' 5an be+ore me a' Bne /ho (a' per*erting an mi')ea ing an %c&turning a(ay an corrupting the peop)e9 an beho) , a+ter e,amining 7im be+ore you, " ha*e not +oun any o++en'e 2crime or gui)t4 in thi' 5an in regar to your accu'ation' again't 7im9 15 #o, nor in ee i 7ero , +or he 'ent 7im back to u'9 beho) , 7e ha' one nothing e'er*ing o+ eath6 16 " (i)) there+ore cha'ti'e 7im an % & e)i*er 7im amen e 2re+orme , taught 7i' )e''on4 an re)ea'e 7im6 17%e& For it (a' nece''ary +or him to re)ea'e to them one pri'oner at the Fea't6 18 <ut they a)) together rai'e a eep cry %+rom the epth' o+ their throat'&, 'aying, 3(ay (ith thi' 5anC He)ea'e to u' <arabba'C 19 7e (a' a man (ho ha been thro(n into pri'on +or rai'ing a riot in the city, an +or mur er6 2> Bnce more Ii)ate ca))e to them, (i'hing to re)ea'e -e'u'9
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<ut they kept 'houting out, Cruci+y, cruci+y 7imC 22 3 thir time he 'ai to them, /hyA /hat (rong ha' 7e oneA " ha*e +oun %no o++en'e or crime or gui)t& in 7im nothing e'er*ing o+ eath9 " (i)) there+ore cha'ti'e 7im %%+&in or er to teach 7im better& an re)ea'e 7im6 21 <ut they (ere in'i'tent an urgent, eman ing (ith )ou crie' that 7e 'hou) be cruci+ie 6 3n their *oice' pre*ai)e 2accomp)i'he their purpo'e46 24 3n Ii)ate ga*e 'entence, that (hat they a'ke 'hou) be one6 25 !o he re)ea'e the man (ho ha been thro(n into pri'on +or riot an mur er, +or (hom they continue to a'k, but -e'u' he e)i*ere up to be one (ith a' they (i))e 6 26 3n a' they )e 7im a(ay, they 'ei:e one !imon o+ Cyrene, (ho (a' coming in +rom the country, an )ai on him the cro'' an ma e him carry it behin -e'u'6 27 3n there accompanie %-e'u'& a great mu)titu e o+ the peop)e, %inc)u ing& (omen (ho be(ai)e an )amente 7im6
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<ut -e'u', turning to(ar them, 'ai , ?aughter' o+ -eru'a)em, o not (eep +or 5e, but (eep +or your'e)*e' an +or your chi) ren6 29 For beho) , the ay' are coming uring (hich they (i)) 'ay, <)e''e 2happy, +ortunate, an %g&to be en*ie 4 are the barren, an the (omb' that ha*e not borne, an the brea't' that ha*e ne*er nur'e %babie'&C 1> Then they (i)) begin to 'ay to the mountain', Fa)) on u'C an to the hi))', Co*er 2concea), hi e4 u'C 11 For i+ they o the'e thing' (hen the timber i' green, (hat (i)) happen (hen it i' ryA 12 T(o other' a)'o, (ho (ere crimina)', (ere )e a(ay to be e,ecute (ith 7im62C4 11 3n (hen they came to the p)ace (hich i' ca))e The !ku)) %LatinF Ca)*ary9 7ebre(F 0o)gotha&, there they cruci+ie 7im, an %a)ong (ith& the crimina)', one on the right an one on the )e+t6 14 3n -e'u' praye , Father, +orgi*e them, +or they kno( not (hat they o6 3n they i*i e 7i' garment' an i'tribute
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them by ca'ting )ot' +or them62?4 15 #o( the peop)e 'too by %%h&ca)m)y an )ei'ure)y& (atching9 but the ru)er' 'co++e an 'neere 2%i&turne up their no'e'4 at 7im, 'aying, 7e re'cue other' %%=&+rom eath&9 )et 7im no( re'cue 7im'e)+, i+ 7e i' the Chri't 2the 5e''iah4 o+ 0o , 7i' Cho'en BneC 16 The 'o) ier' a)'o ri icu)e an ma e 'port o+ 7im, coming up an o++ering 7im *inegar 2a 'our (ine mi,e (ith (ater42$4 17 3n 'aying, "+ you are the Eing o+ the -e(', 'a*e 2re'cue4 Dour'e)+ %%k&+rom eath&6 18 For there (a' a)'o an in'cription abo*e 7im %)&in )etter' o+ 0reek an Latin an 7ebre(F Thi' i' the Eing o+ the -e('6 19 Bne o+ the crimina)' (ho (a' 'u'pen e kept up a rai)ing at 7im, 'aying, 3re Dou not the Chri't 2the 5e''iah4A He'cue Dour'e)+ an u' %%m&+rom eath&C 4> <ut the other one repro*e him, 'aying, ?o you not e*en +ear 0o , 'eeing you your'e)+ are un er the 'ame 'entence o+ con emnation an 'u++ering the 'ame pena)tyA

3n (e in ee 'u++er it =u't)y, recei*ing the ue re(ar o+ our action'9 but thi' 5an ha' one nothing out o+ the (ay %nothing %n& 'trange or eccentric or per*er'e or unrea'onab)e&6 42 Then he 'ai to -e'u', Lor , remember me (hen Dou come %o&in Dour king)y g)oryC 41 3n 7e an'(ere him, Tru)y " te)) you, to ay you 'ha)) be (ith 5e in Iara i'e6 44 "t (a' no( about the 'i,th hour 2mi ay4, an arkne'' en*e)ope the (ho)e )an an earth unti) the ninth hour 2about three o.c)ock in the a+ternoon4, 45 /hi)e the 'un.' )ight +a e or %p&(a' arkene 9 an the curtain %o+ the 7o)y o+ 7o)ie'& o+ the temp)e (a' torn in t(o62F4 46 3n -e'u', crying out (ith a )ou *oice, 'ai , Father, into Dour han ' " commit 5y 'piritC 3n (ith the'e (or ', 7e e,pire 6204 47 #o( the centurion, ha*ing 'een (hat ha taken p)ace, %;&recogni:e 0o an thanke an prai'e 7im, an 'ai , "n ee , (ithout ;ue'tion, thi' 5an (a' upright 2=u't an innocent4C 48 3n a)) the throng' that ha gathere
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to 'ee thi' 'pectac)e, (hen they 'a( (hat ha taken p)ace, returne to their home', beating their brea't'6 49 3n a)) the ac;uaintance' o+ %-e'u'& an the (omen (ho ha +o))o(e 7im +rom 0a)i)ee 'too at a i'tance an (atche the'e thing'6 5> #o( notice, there (a' a man name -o'eph +rom the -e(i'h to(n o+ 3rimathea6 7e (a' a member o+ the counci) 2the !anhe rin4, an a goo 2upright, %r& a *antageou'4 man, an righteou' 2in right 'tan ing (ith 0o an man4, 51 /ho ha not agree (ith or a''ente to the purpo'e an action o+ the other'9 an he (a' e,pecting an (aiting +or the king om o+ 0o 6 52 Thi' man (ent to Ii)ate an a'ke +or the bo y o+ -e'u'6 51 Then he took it o(n an %'&ro))e it up in a )inen c)oth %t&+or '(athing ea bo ie' an )ai 7im in a rock@he(n tomb, (here no one ha e*er yet been )ai 6 54 "t (a' the ay o+ Ireparation %+or the !abbath&, an the !abbath (a' a(ning 2approaching46

The (omen (ho ha come (ith %-e'u'& +rom 0a)i)ee +o))o(e c)o'e)y an 'a( the tomb an ho( 7i' bo y (a' )ai 6 56 Then they (ent back an ma e rea y 'pice' an ointment' 2per+ume'46 Bn the !abbath ay they re'te in accor ance (ith the comman ment6274
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Footnotes: a6 Luke 21F2 Capita)i:e becau'e o+ (hat 7e i', the 'pot)e'' !on o+ 0o , not (hat the 'peaker may ha*e thought 7e (a'6 b6 Luke 21F1 -o'eph Thayer, 3 0reek@ $ng)i'h Le,icon6 c6 Luke 21F14 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 6 Luke 21F16 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 e6 Luke 21F17 5any manu'cript' o not contain thi' *er'e6 +6 Luke 21F22 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 g6 Luke 21F29 3)e,an er !outer, Iocket Le,icon6 h6 Luke 21F15 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6

i6 Luke 21F15 Litera) tran')ation6 =6 Luke 21F15 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 k6 Luke 21F17 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 )6 Luke 21F18 !ome manu'cript' a thi' phra'e6 m6 Luke 21F19 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 n6 Luke 21F41 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 o6 Luke 21F42 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 p6 Luke 21F45 5any ancient manu'cript' 'o rea 6 ;6 Luke 21F47 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 r6 Luke 21F5> 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 '6 Luke 21F51 Hobert Doung, 3na)ytica) Concor ance6 t6 Luke 21F51 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 Cross references: 36 Luke 21F9 F "'a 51F7 <6 Luke 21F11 F "'a 51F8 C6 Luke 21F12 F "'a 51F12

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Luke 24 (Amplified Bible) Amplified Bible (AMP) Copyright 1954, 1958, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1987 by The Lockman Foun ation

Luke 24
<LT B# the +ir't ay o+ the (eek, at ear)y a(n, %the (omen& (ent to the tomb, taking the 'pice' (hich they ha ma e rea y6 2 3n they +oun the 'tone ro))e back +rom the tomb, 1 <ut (hen they (ent in'i e, they i not +in the bo y o+ the Lor -e'u'6 4 3n (hi)e they (ere perp)e,e an (on ering (hat to o about thi', beho) , t(o men in a::)ing raiment 'u en)y 'too be'i e them6
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3n a' %the (omen& (ere +rightene an (ere bo(ing their +ace' to the groun , the men 'ai to them, /hy o you )ook +or the )i*ing among %tho'e (ho are& ea A 6 7e i' not here, but ha' ri'enC Hemember ho( 7e to) you (hi)e 7e (a' 'ti)) in 0a)i)ee 7 That the !on o+ 5an mu't be gi*en o*er into the han ' o+ 'in+u) men 2men %a&(ho'e (ay or nature i' to act in oppo'ition to 0o 4 an be cruci+ie an on the thir ay ri'e %%b&+rom eath&6234 8 3n they remembere 7i' (or '6 9 3n ha*ing returne +rom the tomb, they reporte a)) the'e thing' %taken together& to the e)e*en apo't)e' an to a)) the re't6 1> #o( it (a' 5ary 5ag a)ene an -oanna an 5ary the mother o+ -ame', an the other (omen (ith them, (ho reporte the'e thing' to the apo't)e'6 11 <ut the'e report' 'eeme to the men an i )e ta)e 2%c&ma ne'', % &+eigne thing', %e& non'en'e4, an they i not be)ie*e the (omen6
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<ut Ieter got up an ran to the tomb9 an 'tooping o(n an )ooking in, he 'a( the )inen c)oth' a)one by them'e)*e', an he (ent a(ay, (on ering about an mar*e)ing at (hat ha happene 6 11 3n beho) , that *ery ay t(o o+ %the i'cip)e'& (ere going to a *i))age ca))e $mmau', %(hich i'& about 'e*en mi)e' +rom -eru'a)em6 14 3n they (ere ta)king (ith each other about a)) the'e thing' that ha occurre 6 15 3n (hi)e they (ere con*er'ing an i'cu''ing together, -e'u' 7im'e)+ caught up (ith them an (a' a)rea y accompanying them6 16 <ut their eye' (ere he) , 'o that they i not recogni:e 7im6 17 3n 7e 'ai to them, /hat i' thi' i'cu''ion that you are e,changing 2%+&thro(ing back an +orth4 bet(een your'e)*e' a' you (a)k a)ongA 3n they 'too 'ti)), )ooking 'a an o(nca't6 18 Then one o+ them, name C)eopa', an'(ere 7im, ?o you a)one (e)) a' a 'tranger in -eru'a)em an not kno( the thing' that ha*e occurre there in the'e
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ay'A 19 3n 7e 'ai to them, /hat %kin o+ & thing'A 3n they 'ai to 7im, 3bout -e'u' o+ #a:areth, /ho (a' a Irophet mighty in (ork an (or be+ore 0o an a)) the peop)e@@ 2> 3n ho( our chie+ prie't' an ru)er' ga*e 7im up to be 'entence to eath, an cruci+ie 7im6 21 <ut (e (ere hoping that it (a' 7e /ho (ou) re eem an 'et "'rae) +ree6 De', an be'i e' a)) thi', it i' no( the thir ay 'ince the'e thing' occurre 6 22 3n moreo*er, 'ome (omen o+ our company a'toun e u' an %g& ro*e u' out o+ our 'en'e'6 They (ere at the tomb ear)y %in the morning& 21 <ut i not +in 7i' bo y9 an they returne 'aying that they ha %e*en& 'een a *i'ion o+ ange)', (ho 'ai that 7e (a' a)i*eC 24 !o 'ome o+ tho'e %(ho (ere& (ith u' (ent to the tomb an they +oun it =u't a' the (omen ha 'ai , but 7im they i not 'ee6

3n %-e'u'& 'ai to them, B +oo)i'h one' %')uggi'h in min , u)) o+ perception& an ')o( o+ heart to be)ie*e 2a here to an tru't in an re)y on4 e*erything that the prophet' ha*e 'pokenC 26 /a' it not nece''ary an %h&e''entia))y +itting that the Chri't 2the 5e''iah4 'hou) 'u++er a)) the'e thing' be+ore entering into 7i' g)ory 27i' ma=e'ty an 'p)en or4A 27 Then beginning (ith 5o'e' an %throughout& a)) the Irophet', 7e (ent on e,p)aining an interpreting to them in a)) the !cripture' the thing' concerning an re+erring to 7im'e)+6 28 Then they re( near the *i))age to (hich they (ere going, an 7e acte a' i+ 7e (ou) go +urther6 29 <ut they urge an in'i'te , 'aying to 7im, Hemain (ith u', +or it i' to(ar e*ening, an the ay i' no( +ar 'pent6 !o 7e (ent in to 'tay (ith them6 1> 3n it occurre that a' 7e rec)ine at tab)e (ith them, 7e took %a )oa+ o+& brea an prai'e %0o & an ga*e thank' an a'ke a b)e''ing, an then broke it an (a' gi*ing it to them
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/hen their eye' (ere %in'tant)y& opene an they %c)ear)y& recogni:e 7im, an 7e *ani'he 2%i& eparte in*i'ib)y46 12 3n they 'ai to one another, /ere not our heart' great)y mo*e an burning (ithin u' (hi)e 7e (a' ta)king (ith u' on the roa an a' 7e opene an e,p)aine to u' %the 'en'e o+& the !cripture'A 11 3n ri'ing up that *ery hour, they (ent back to -eru'a)em, (here they +oun the $)e*en %apo't)e'& gathere together an tho'e (ho (ere (ith them, 14 /ho 'ai , The Lor rea))y ha' ri'en an ha' appeare to !imon 2Ieter4C 15 Then they %them'e)*e'& %=&re)ate %in +u))& (hat ha happene on the roa , an ho( 7e (a' kno(n an recogni:e by them in the breaking o+ brea 6 16 #o( (hi)e they (ere ta)king about thi', -e'u' 7im'e)+ took 7i' 'tan among them an 'ai to them, Ieace 2%k&+ree om +rom a)) the i'tre''e' that are e,perience a' the re'u)t o+ 'in4 be to youC 17 <ut they (ere 'o 'tart)e an terri+ie that they thought they 'a( a 'pirit6
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3n 7e 'ai to them, /hy are you i'turbe an troub)e , an (hy o 'uch oubt' an ;ue'tioning' ari'e in your heart'A 19 !ee 5y han ' an 5y +eet, that it i' " 5y'e)+C Fee) an han )e 5e an 'ee, +or a 'pirit oe' not ha*e +)e'h an bone', a' you 'ee that " ha*e6 4> 3n (hen 7e ha 'ai thi', 7e 'ho(e them 7i' han ' an 7i' +eet6 41 3n (hi)e %'ince& they 'ti)) cou) not be)ie*e it +or 'heer =oy an mar*e)e , 7e 'ai to them, 7a*e you anything here to eatA 42 They ga*e 7im a piece o+ broi)e +i'h, 41 3n 7e took %it& an ate %it& be+ore them6 44 Then 7e 'ai to them, Thi' i' (hat " to) you (hi)e " (a' 'ti)) (ith youF e*erything (hich i' (ritten concerning 5e in the La( o+ 5o'e' an the Irophet' an the I'a)m' mu't be +u)+i))e 6 45 Then 7e %thorough)y& opene up their min ' to un er'tan the !cripture', 46 3n 'ai to them, Thu' it i' (ritten
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that the Chri't 2the 5e''iah4 'hou) 'u++er an on the thir ay ri'e +rom 2%)&among4 the ea ,2<4 47 3n that repentance %(ith a *ie( to an a' the con ition o+& +orgi*ene'' o+ 'in' 'hou) be preache in 7i' name to a)) nation', beginning +rom -eru'a)em6 48 Dou are (itne''e' o+ the'e thing'6 49 3n beho) , " (i)) 'en +orth upon you (hat 5y Father ha' promi'e 9 but remain in the city %-eru'a)em& unti) you are c)othe (ith po(er +rom on high6 5> Then 7e con ucte them out a' +ar a' <ethany, an , )i+ting up 7i' han ', 7e in*oke a b)e''ing on them6 51 3n it occurre that (hi)e 7e (a' b)e''ing them, 7e parte +rom them an (a' taken up into hea*en6 52 3n they, (or'hiping 7im, (ent back to -eru'a)em (ith great =oy9 51 3n they (ere continua))y in the temp)e ce)ebrating (ith prai'e' an b)e''ing an e,to))ing 0o 6 3men 2'o be it46 Footnotes:

a6 Luke 24F7 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 b6 Luke 24F7 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 c6 Luke 24F11 -ohn /yc)i++e, The /yc)i++e <ib)e6 6 Luke 24F11 /i))iam Tyn a)e, The Tyn a)e <ib)e6 e6 Luke 24F11 -ame' 5ou)ton an 0eorge 5i))igan, The Gocabu)ary6 +6 Luke 24F17 Litera) tran')ation6 g6 Luke 24F22 Litera) tran')ation6 h6 Luke 24F26 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 i6 Luke 24F11 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 =6 Luke 24F15 5ar*in Gincent, /or !tu ie'6 k6 Luke 24F16 7ermann Cremer, <ib)ico@ Theo)ogica) Le,icon6 )6 Luke 24F46 0eorge Hicker <erry, 0reek@ $ng)i'h #e( Te'tament Le,icon6 Cross references: 36 Luke 24F7 F I' 16F1> <6 Luke 24F46 F 7o' 6F2