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Jeeⁿ tˈmaⁿ ñˈoom na calcweˈ tsˈom tsˈaⁿ

13  Maxjeⁿˈñeeⁿ tquieˈcañom nnˈaⁿ na jlaˈcandiina Jesús na sa̱ˈntjom Pilato na cwje ntˈom nnˈaⁿ galileos xcwe xjeⁿ na cwilaˈcwjeena quiooˈ na cwilaˈtˈmaaⁿˈndyena Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom. Seitjoomˈnaˈ nioomna ñequio nioom quiooˈñeeⁿ. Tˈo̱ Jesús nda̱a̱na, matsoom:

—¿Aa cwilaˈtiuuˈyoˈ na luaaˈ tjoomna ee na tˈmaⁿti jnaaⁿna waa, nchiiti chaˈtso ntˈomcheⁿ ncˈiaana ndyuaaˈñeeⁿ? Nndyeˈyoˈ nntsjo̱o̱, meiⁿchjoo nchii joˈ. Ee mati xeⁿ ticalcweˈ nˈomˈyoˈ, chaˈtsondyoˈ nntsuundyoˈ chaˈxjeⁿ na tsuundye joona. Ndoˈ joo quinˈoom nchooˈ ndyee nnˈaⁿ na tja̱ quia na tioo wˈaandye nacjoona nndyooˈ peila Siloé, ¿aa cwilatiuuˈyoˈ na naⁿˈñeeⁿ tˈmaⁿti tyolaˈtjo̱o̱ndyena, nchiiti chaˈtsondye nnˈaⁿ na tyomˈaⁿ Jerusalén? Nndyeˈyoˈ nntsjo̱o̱, meiⁿchjoo nchii joˈ, ee mati meiiⁿ ˈo xeⁿ ticalcweˈ nˈomˈyoˈ, chaˈtsondyoˈ maluaaˈ nntsuundyoˈ chaˈxjeⁿ na tsuundye joona.

Tsˈoom higuera na tjaaˈnaⁿ ta̱ cochˈee

Quia joˈ seineiiⁿ ñˈoomwaa na tjañoomˈ na maˈmo̱ⁿnaˈ na macaⁿnaˈ na calcweˈ nˈom nnˈaⁿ. Matsoom:

—Tyomˈaaⁿ cwii tsˈaⁿ, tyomeintyjeeˈ tsˈoom higuera naquiiˈ ntjoomˈm. Ndoˈ tjacalˈueeⁿ ta̱a̱ˈ tsˈoomˈñeeⁿ sa̱a̱ tjaa ljoˈ ljeiiⁿ. Joˈ chii tsoom nnom tsˈaⁿ na machˈee cwenta ntjoomˈm: “Cantyˈiaˈ, tsˈoom higuerawaañe, jnda̱ ndyee chu na mandyo̱o̱calˈua̱ ta̱a̱ˈnaˈ ndoˈ tjaa ljoˈ coljeiya. Cwa cˈuaˈ juunaˈ ee cweˈ tsˈiaaⁿˈ matseityeeⁿñenaˈ nomtyuaa.” Sa̱a̱ tˈo̱ tsaⁿˈñeeⁿ nnoom, tso: “Ta, caˈndiiˈyaˈ juunaˈ meiiⁿ cweˈ chuwaa hasta na jnda̱ ˈña̱a̱ⁿ ndiocheⁿ xˈeenaˈ ndoˈ nntio̱o̱ⁿ tsˈo toˈ. Xeⁿ nntsˈaanaˈ ta̱, ya. Ndoˈ xeⁿ tjaaˈnaⁿ, quia ljoˈcheⁿ cˈuaˈ juunaˈ.”

Seinˈmaⁿ Jesús yuscu na tcom jndyewˈii naxeⁿˈ

10 Cwii xuee na cwitaˈjndyee nnˈaⁿ tyoˈmo̱ⁿ Jesús naquiiˈ watsˈom chjoo. 11 Joˈ joˈ tyomˈaaⁿ cwii yuscu na jnda̱ quinˈoom nchooˈ ndyee chu na teiˈcaljoo jndyewˈii naxeⁿˈ. Jeeⁿ ntyjo̱ tyojaacaⁿ ndoˈ meiⁿchjoo tileicwintyjeeⁿˈeⁿ nayuu. 12 Quia na ntyˈiaaˈ Jesús tsaⁿˈñeeⁿ, tˈmaaⁿ juu, tsoom nnom:

—ˈU nomxjo̱o̱, jeˈ jnda̱ jndyaandyuˈ tycu na wiˈ.

13 Quia joˈ tioom lˈo̱o̱ⁿ nacjooˈ, mantyja jliuu naxeⁿˈ. Ndoˈ tyotseitˈmaaⁿˈñe Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom. 14 Sa̱a̱ juu tsˈaⁿ na cwiluiitquieñe watsˈomˈñeeⁿ, seiwˈeeⁿ na seinˈmaⁿ Jesús tsaⁿˈñeeⁿ xuee na cwitaˈjndyeena. Tsoom nda̱a̱ nnˈaⁿ:

—Yom xuee wanaaⁿ na calˈaˈyoˈ tsˈiaaⁿ. Joo ncueemeiⁿˈ quioˈyoˈ na nnˈmaaⁿˈyoˈ, nchii xuee na cwitaˈjndya̱a̱ya.

15 Ndoˈ tˈo̱ Jesús nnom, tsoom:

—ˈO nnˈaⁿ na cweˈ cwilˈaˈyoˈ na ndooˈ na jeeⁿ cwilacanda̱a̱ˈndyoˈ, ¿aa meiⁿcwindyoˈ ˈo tiquilaˈcanaⁿˈyoˈ quiooˈjndyo oo snom njmeiⁿˈyoˈ yuu na macwaˈyoˈ ndoˈ na nntsaalaˈcˈuˈyoˈ ndaa juuyoˈ xuee na cwitaˈjndya̱a̱ya? 16 Ee yuscumˈaaⁿˈ, na cwiluiiñe tsjaaⁿ ˈnaaⁿˈ Abraham na jnda̱ quinˈoom nchooˈ ndyee chu na macoˈwiˈ Satanás jom, ¿aa ticatyˈiomnaˈ na nndyaañê nawiiˈwaaˈ xuee na cwitaˈjndya̱a̱ya?

17 Yocheⁿ na matseineiiⁿ ñˈoommeiⁿˈ, tioo na jeeⁿ jnaaⁿ chaˈtso nnˈaⁿ na jndoo jom. Sa̱a̱ nnˈaⁿ na jndyendye, sˈaanaˈ na jeeⁿ neiiⁿna ncˈe chaˈtso tsˈiaaⁿ na cajnda na tyochˈeeⁿ.

Calaˈno̱o̱ⁿˈa cantyja ˈnaaⁿ lqueeⁿˈ tsˈoom mostaza

18 Jnda̱ chii tsotyeeⁿcheⁿ nda̱a̱na:

—Juu na matsa̱ˈntjom Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom, ¿ljoˈ ñˈeⁿ matseijomnaˈ cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈnaˈ? 19 Juunaˈ matseijomnaˈ chaˈna lqueeⁿˈ tsˈoom mostaza na jeeⁿ cajnda̱a̱. Seicˈoom tsˈaⁿ juunaˈ naquiiˈ ntjoomˈm. Tyuaaˈ tjawijndeiinaˈ, tueˈntyjo̱ na teitˈmaⁿnaˈ hasta tyolˈa cantsaa cantquiaayoˈ naquiiˈ lˈo̱naˈ.

Calaˈno̱o̱ⁿˈa cantyja ˈnaaⁿ ndaaljoˈ

20 Ndoˈ tsonnaaⁿˈaⁿ nda̱a̱na:

—¿Ljoˈ cwiicheⁿ na nntseijo̱o̱ⁿˈa juu na matsa̱ˈntjom Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom? 21 Juunaˈ matseijomnaˈ chaˈna ndaaljoˈ na tjaaˈñe cwii yuscu naquiiˈ ndyee tsuaˈ xjeⁿ jnda̱a̱ tyooˈ. Ndoˈ seicandeiiˈnaˈ chaˈwaa tsqueeⁿ tyooˈñeeⁿ.

ˈNdyootsˈa na cantuu

22 Quia joˈ tjawinom Jesús njoom ntˈmaⁿ ndoˈ njoom nchˈu na tyoˈmo̱o̱ⁿ nda̱a̱ nnˈaⁿ yocheⁿ na tyocanjoom nato na wjaⁿ Jerusalén. 23 Cwii tsˈaⁿ taxˈee nnoom, tso:

—Ta, ¿aa tijndye nnˈaⁿ na nluiˈnˈmaaⁿndye?

24 Tˈo̱o̱ⁿ, matsoom nda̱a̱na:

—ˈNdyootsˈa cantyja na matsa̱ˈntjom Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom, cantuunaˈ. Calajnda̱ˈyoˈ na ntsaaquieˈyoˈ juunaˈ. Ee jndye nnˈaⁿ na ñeˈcˈooquieˈ joˈ joˈ, sa̱a̱ xocanda̱a̱ nlˈana. 25 Ee quia na jnda̱ teicantyja nquii tsˈaⁿ na waaˈ wˈaaˈñeeⁿ na nntseicuˈtyeeⁿ ˈndyootsˈa, quia joˈ ˈo na mˈaⁿˈyoˈ chˈeⁿ nnto̱ˈyoˈ na ncwaⁿˈyoˈ. Nnduˈyoˈ: “Ta, catseicanaaⁿndyuˈ na ntsaquia̱a̱ˈâ.” Sa̱a̱ jom nncˈo̱o̱ⁿ nndyueˈyoˈ, nntsoom: “Ticaljeii yuu nnˈaⁿ ˈo.” 26 Quia joˈ nnto̱ˈyoˈ na nnduˈyoˈ nnoom: “Jâ tsuu, tyocwaaˈâ ñˈeⁿndyuˈ ndoˈ tyoˈmo̱o̱ⁿˈ nda̱a̱yâ xcwe naquiiˈ tsjoomyâ.” 27 Sa̱a̱ jom nncˈo̱o̱ⁿ, nntsoom: “Jnda̱ tsjo̱o̱ nda̱a̱ˈyoˈ na ticaljeii yuu nnˈaⁿ ˈo. Quindyo̱ˈyoˈ ñjaaⁿ, ˈo nnˈaⁿ na cwilˈaˈyoˈ natia.” 28 Joˈ joˈ nncˈomˈyoˈ na nlaxuaˈyoˈ na matseiˈndaaˈnaˈ nquiuˈyoˈ ndoˈ nnteiⁿnquieˈyoˈ ndeiˈnˈomˈyoˈ na maquiinaˈ ˈo. Ee nntyˈiaˈyoˈ Abraham, Isaac, Jacob ndoˈ ñˈeeⁿ chaˈtso profetas, na mˈaⁿna yuu na matsa̱ˈntjoom, sa̱a̱ ˈo jnda̱ ˈndiinaˈ chˈeⁿ. 29 Quia ljoˈ nlquie nnˈaⁿ na nnaⁿ ndiocheⁿ tsjoomnancue. Ñequio na neiiⁿ naⁿˈñeeⁿ nncwindyuaandyena nacañoomˈ meiⁿsa yuu na matsa̱ˈntjom Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom na nlcwaˈna. 30 Queⁿˈyoˈ cwenta, mˈaⁿ nnˈaⁿ jeˈ na cwilatiuuˈyoˈ na majuˈcjenaˈ joona. Sa̱a̱ nda̱nquia nntseiwendyenaˈ joona. Ndoˈ mˈaⁿ nnˈaⁿ jeˈ na cwilaˈtiuu nquiee na tˈmaⁿ cwiluiindye, sa̱a̱ nncueˈntyjo̱ na nncjuˈcjenaˈ joona.

Matyˈioo Jesús cantyja ˈnaaⁿ nnˈaⁿ Jerusalén

31 Majuuti xueeˈñeeⁿ, tquieˈcañom ntˈom nnˈaⁿ fariseos Jesús, jluena nnoom:

—Caluiˈ ñjaaⁿ, cjaˈ cwiicheⁿ joo ee ñeˈcatseicueeˈ Herodes ˈu.

32 Tsoom nda̱a̱na:

—Catsaˈyoˈ, canduˈyoˈ nnom cajndyeˈñeeⁿ: “Queⁿˈ cwenta, ja manncwjiiˈtya̱ya naⁿjndii naquiiˈ nˈom nnˈaⁿ. Ndoˈ nntseinˈmaⁿtya̱ya nnˈaⁿwii ˈio cha luaaˈ. Ndoˈ tajndye cwii tjo̱o̱ na nntseicanda̱a̱ˈndyo̱ tsˈiaaⁿ na jndyo̱o̱ya.” 33 Sa̱a̱ jndeiˈnaˈ na jeˈ, ˈio ndoˈ cha jo̱jo̱tya̱ cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ tsˈiaaⁿ na matsˈaaya, ee ticatsonaˈ na nchii Jerusalén na nncueˈ cwii profeta.

34 ’ˈO nnˈaⁿ Jerusalén na cwilacwjeˈyoˈ profetas ndoˈ majñoomˈ ljo̱ˈ nnˈaⁿ na majño̱o̱ⁿya na mˈaaⁿˈ. Jndye ndiiˈ ñentyjaaˈ tsˈo̱o̱ⁿ na nntseitjo̱ⁿya ntseindaˈ chaˈxjeⁿ matseitjom caxtixquie ntseinaaⁿ nacjeeˈ ntsqueeⁿ. Sa̱a̱ ˈu cwaaⁿ tquiaandyuˈ. 35 Queⁿˈyoˈ cwenta, Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom maˈñeeⁿ ˈo. Taxocˈoom watsˈom tˈmaⁿ ˈnaⁿˈyoˈ.

Quia joˈ seineiiⁿ nda̱a̱ nnˈaⁿ, tsoom:

—Nndyeˈyoˈ nntsjo̱o̱ na taxocantyˈiaˈyoˈ ja hasta na nncueˈntyjo̱ xuee na nnduˈyoˈ: “Matioˈnaaⁿñenaˈ nqueⁿ na mañoom ñequio xueeˈ Ta Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom.”

Amuzgo de Guerrero (AMU)

Copyright © 1973, 1999 by La Liga Biblica

Luke 13 New International Version (NIV)

Repent or Perish

13 Now there were some present at that time who told Jesus about the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mixed with their sacrifices. Jesus answered, “Do you think that these Galileans were worse sinners than all the other Galileans because they suffered this way? I tell you, no! But unless you repent, you too will all perish. Or those eighteen who died when the tower in Siloam fell on them—do you think they were more guilty than all the others living in Jerusalem? I tell you, no! But unless you repent, you too will all perish.”

Then he told this parable: “A man had a fig tree growing in his vineyard, and he went to look for fruit on it but did not find any. So he said to the man who took care of the vineyard, ‘For three years now I’ve been coming to look for fruit on this fig tree and haven’t found any. Cut it down! Why should it use up the soil?’

“‘Sir,’ the man replied, ‘leave it alone for one more year, and I’ll dig around it and fertilize it. If it bears fruit next year, fine! If not, then cut it down.’”

Jesus Heals a Crippled Woman on the Sabbath

10 On a Sabbath Jesus was teaching in one of the synagogues, 11 and a woman was there who had been crippled by a spirit for eighteen years. She was bent over and could not straighten up at all. 12 When Jesus saw her, he called her forward and said to her, “Woman, you are set free from your infirmity.” 13 Then he put his hands on her, and immediately she straightened up and praised God.

14 Indignant because Jesus had healed on the Sabbath, the synagogue leader said to the people, “There are six days for work. So come and be healed on those days, not on the Sabbath.”

15 The Lord answered him, “You hypocrites! Doesn’t each of you on the Sabbath untie your ox or donkey from the stall and lead it out to give it water? 16 Then should not this woman, a daughter of Abraham, whom Satan has kept bound for eighteen long years, be set free on the Sabbath day from what bound her?”

17 When he said this, all his opponents were humiliated, but the people were delighted with all the wonderful things he was doing.

The Parables of the Mustard Seed and the Yeast

18 Then Jesus asked, “What is the kingdom of God like? What shall I compare it to? 19 It is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his garden. It grew and became a tree, and the birds perched in its branches.”

20 Again he asked, “What shall I compare the kingdom of God to? 21 It is like yeast that a woman took and mixed into about sixty pounds[a] of flour until it worked all through the dough.”

The Narrow Door

22 Then Jesus went through the towns and villages, teaching as he made his way to Jerusalem. 23 Someone asked him, “Lord, are only a few people going to be saved?”

He said to them, 24 “Make every effort to enter through the narrow door, because many, I tell you, will try to enter and will not be able to. 25 Once the owner of the house gets up and closes the door, you will stand outside knocking and pleading, ‘Sir, open the door for us.’

“But he will answer, ‘I don’t know you or where you come from.’

26 “Then you will say, ‘We ate and drank with you, and you taught in our streets.’

27 “But he will reply, ‘I don’t know you or where you come from. Away from me, all you evildoers!’

28 “There will be weeping there, and gnashing of teeth, when you see Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and all the prophets in the kingdom of God, but you yourselves thrown out. 29 People will come from east and west and north and south, and will take their places at the feast in the kingdom of God. 30 Indeed there are those who are last who will be first, and first who will be last.”

Jesus’ Sorrow for Jerusalem

31 At that time some Pharisees came to Jesus and said to him, “Leave this place and go somewhere else. Herod wants to kill you.”

32 He replied, “Go tell that fox, ‘I will keep on driving out demons and healing people today and tomorrow, and on the third day I will reach my goal.’ 33 In any case, I must press on today and tomorrow and the next day—for surely no prophet can die outside Jerusalem!

34 “Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you were not willing. 35 Look, your house is left to you desolate. I tell you, you will not see me again until you say, ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.’[b]

Footnotes:

  1. Luke 13:21 Or about 27 kilograms
  2. Luke 13:35 Psalm 118:26
New International Version (NIV)

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