Luke 13Mounce Reverse-Interlinear New Testament (MOUNCE)
13 At en that very autos time kairos there were some tis present pareimi · de · ho who told apangellō him autos about peri the ho Galileans Galilaios whose hos · ho blood haima Pilate Pilatos had mingled mignymi with meta · ho their autos sacrifices thusia. 2 · kai In response apokrinomai he said legō to them autos, “ Do you think dokeō that hoti · ho these houtos Galileans Galilaios were ginomai worse sinners hamartōlos than para all pas the ho other Galileans Galilaios, because hoti they suffered paschō these houtos things ? 3 No ouchi, I tell legō you hymeis; but alla unless ean mē you repent metanoeō, you will apollymi all pas perish apollymi as homoiōs they did. 4 Or ē those ekeinos · ho eighteen dekaoktō on epi whom hos the ho tower pyrgos in en Siloam Silōam fell piptō · ho and kai killed apokteinō them autos— do you think dokeō that hoti they autos were ginomai worse offenders opheiletēs than para all pas the ho others anthrōpos · ho living katoikeō in Jerusalem Ierousalēm? 5 No ouchi, I tell legō you hymeis; but alla unless ean mē you repent metanoeō, you will apollymi all pas perish apollymi just hōsautōs as they did.”
6 Then de he told legō this houtos · ho parable parabolē: “ A man tis had echō a fig sykē tree planted phyteuō in en · ho his autos vineyard ampelōn, and kai he came erchomai looking zēteō for fruit karpos on en it autos and kai found heuriskō none ou. 7 And de he said legō to pros the ho vineyard ampelourgos worker , ‘ Look idou, for three treis years etos now apo hos, I have come erchomai looking zēteō for fruit karpos on en · ho this houtos fig sykē tree , and kai I find heuriskō none ou. Remove ekkoptō it autos. Why hinati · kai should it use up katargeō the ho soil gē?’ 8 And de he ho answered apokrinomai, saying legō to him autos, ‘ Sir kyrios, leave aphiēmi it autos alone this houtos year etos also kai, · ho until heōs hostis I dig skaptō around peri it autos and kai put ballō on manure koprion. 9 Perhaps kan it will bear poieō fruit karpos next eis ho · ho year; but de if ei not mē, you may remove ekkoptō it autos.’”
10 Now de he was eimi teaching didaskō in en one heis of the ho synagogues synagōgē on en the ho Sabbath sabbaton, 11 and kai there idou was a woman gynē there who had had echō a spirit pneuma of weakness astheneia for eighteen dekaoktō years etos. · kai She was eimi bent synkyptō over and kai not mē able dynamai to straighten anakyptō up at eis · ho all pantelēs. 12 Seeing · de her autos, · ho Jesus Iēsous called prosphōneō out and kai said legō to her autos, “ Woman gynē you are released apolyō from · ho your sy weakness astheneia.” 13 · kai He placed epitithēmi his ho hands cheir on her autos, and kai immediately parachrēma she was made erect anorthoō again and kai began to praise doxazō · ho God theos. 14 · de Indignant aganakteō because hoti Jesus Iēsous had healed therapeuō on the ho Sabbath sabbaton, · ho the ho ruler of the synagogue archisynagōgos said legō to the ho crowd ochlos, “ There are eimi six hex days hēmera in en which hos work ought dei to be done ergazomai. Come erchomai on en those autos days and be healed therapeuō, and kai not mē on the ho Sabbath sabbaton day hēmera.” · ho 15 Then de the ho Lord kyrios answered apokrinomai him autos, · kai saying legō, “ You hypocrites hypokritēs! Does not ou each hekastos of you hymeis on the ho Sabbath sabbaton untie lyō · ho his autos ox bous or ē his ho donkey onos from apo the ho manger phatnē · kai to lead apagō it away and to water potizō it? 16 And de ought dei not ou this houtos woman , a daughter thugatēr of Abraham Abraam whom hos Satan Satanas bound deō · ho for eighteen deka · kai years etos, be released lyō from apo · ho this houtos bondage desmos on the ho day hēmera of the ho Sabbath sabbaton?” 17 · kai As legō he autos said legō these houtos things , all pas his autos adversaries antikeimai were put to shame kataischunō, · ho while kai all pas the ho people ochlos rejoiced chairō at epi all pas the ho glorious endoxos things that ho were done ginomai by hypo him autos.
18 Then oun he said legō, “ What tis is eimi the ho kingdom basileia of ho God theos like homoios, and kai to what tis shall I compare homoioō it autos? 19 It is eimi like homoios a mustard sinapi seed kokkos that hos a man anthrōpos took lambanō and threw ballō into eis his heautou garden kēpos. · kai It grew auxanō and kai became ginomai eis a tree dendron, and kai the ho birds peteinon of the ho sky ouranos made nests kataskēnoō in en · ho its autos branches klados.”
20 And kai again palin he said legō, “ To what tis shall I compare homoioō the ho kingdom basileia of ho God theos? 21 It is eimi like homoios leaven zymē that hos a woman gynē took lambanō and hid enkryptō in eis three treis measures saton of flour aleuron, until heōs hos it was all holos leavened zymoō.”
22 Then kai Jesus went diaporeuomai through town after kata town polis and kai village kōmē after village, teaching didaskō as kai he made poieō his way poreia to eis Jerusalem Hierosolyma. 23 Someone tis said legō · de to him autos, “ Lord kyrios, will those ho who are saved sōzō be few oligos?” And de he ho said legō to pros them autos, 24 “ Do your best agōnizomai to go eiserchomai in through dia the ho narrow stenos door thura; for hoti many polys, I tell legō you hymeis, will try zēteō to go eiserchomai in and kai not ou be able ischuō.
25 “ Once apo hos the ho owner of the house oikodespotēs has risen egeirō and kai shut apokleiō the ho door thura, and kai you are left archō standing histēmi outside exō, · kai knocking krouō at the ho door thura, saying legō, ‘ Sir kyrios, open anoigō the door for us hēmeis!’ then kai he will respond apokrinomai to you hymeis, ‘ I do not ou know oida you hymeis or where pothen you are eimi from.’ 26 Then tote you will archō say legō, ‘ We ate esthiō and kai drank pinō in your sy presence enōpion, and kai you taught didaskō in en · ho our hēmeis streets platys.’ 27 And kai he will speak legō, saying legō to you hymeis, ‘ I do not ou know oida you hymeis or where pothen you are eimi from. Depart aphistēmi from apo me egō, all pas you workers ergatēs of unrighteousness adikia!’ 28 There will be eimi · ho weeping klauthmos and kai · ho gnashing brygmos of ho teeth odous there ekei, when hotan you see horaō Abraham Abraam and kai Isaac Isaak, and kai Jacob Iakōb, and kai all pas the ho prophets prophētēs in en the ho kingdom basileia of ho God theos, but de you hymeis yourselves · de cast ekballō outside exō.
29 “ Then kai they will come hēkō from apo east anatolē and kai west dysmē, and kai from apo north borras and kai south notos, and kai recline anaklinō at table in en the ho kingdom basileia of ho God theos. 30 But kai take idou note , some who hos are eimi last eschatos will be eimi first prōtos, and kai some are eimi first prōtos who hos will be eimi last eschatos.”
31 In en that autos very · ho hour hōra some tis Pharisees Pharisaios came proserchomai, saying legō to him autos, “ Leave exerchomai and kai get poreuō away from enteuthen here , for hoti Herod hērōdēs wants thelō to kill apokteinō you sy.” 32 And kai he said legō to them autos, “ Go poreuō and tell legō · ho that houtos fox alōpēx, ‘ Behold idou, I am casting ekballō out demons daimonion and kai performing apoteleō cures iasis today sēmeron and kai tomorrow aurion, and kai the ho third tritos day I complete teleioō my task .’ 33 Nevertheless plēn I egō must dei continue on my way poreuō today sēmeron and kai tomorrow aurion and kai the ho next echō day; because hoti it is not ou possible endechomai for a prophet prophētēs to die apollymi outside exō of Jerusalem Ierousalēm.”
34 “ O Jerusalem Ierousalēm, Jerusalem Ierousalēm, the city that ho kills apokteinō the ho prophets prophētēs and kai stones lithoboleō those ho who have been sent apostellō to pros it autos! How posakis often I wanted thelō to gather episynagō · ho your sy children teknon together as hos tropos a hen ornis gathers · ho her heautou brood nossia under hypo her ho wings pteryx, and kai you did not ou want thelō it! 35 Behold idou, your hymeis house oikos is left aphiēmi to you hymeis · ho desolate. And de I tell legō you hymeis, you will not ou mē see me egō until heōs you say legō, ‘ Blessed eulogeō is the ho one who comes erchomai in en the name onoma of the Lord kyrios!’”
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