João 8

1 Jesus but went into the mountain of the olive–trees;

2 early morn and again he came into the temple, and all the people came to him; and having sat down he taught them.

3 Bring and the scribes and the Pharisees to him a woman in adultery having been taken, and placing her in middle,

4 they say to him: O teacher, this the woman was taken in the very act committing adultery.

5 In now the law Moses to us commanded the such like to be stoned? thou therefore what sayest thou?

6 This but they said tempting him, that they might have to accuse him. The but Jesus down stooping, with the finger wrote on the ground.

7 When but they continued asking him, having raised up he said to them: He without sin of you, first the stone on her let him cast.

8 And again down stooping, wrote on the ground.

9 They and having heard, and by the conscience being convinced, went out one by one, beginning from the elders even to the last ones; and left alone the Jesus, and the woman in middle standing.

10 Having raised up and the Jesus, and no one seeing but the woman, said to her: The woman, where are those the accusers of thee? no one thee condemned?

11 She and said: No one, O lord. Said and to her the Jesus: Neither I thee condemn; go, and no longer do thou sin.

12 Again therefore the Jesus to them spoke, saying: I am the light of the world; he following me, not not shall walk in the darkness, but shall have the light of the life.

13 Said therefore to him the Pharisees: Thou concerning thyself dost testify; the testimony of thee not is true.

14 Answered Jesus and said to them: Even if I testify concerning myself, true is the testimony of me; because I know, whence I came, and where I go; you but not know, whence I came, or where I go.

15 You according to the flesh judge, I not judge no one.

16 Even if judge but I, the judgment the my true is; because alone not I am, but I and the having sent me Father.

17 Also in the law and the your it has been written: That two of men the testimony true is.

18 I am he testifying concerning myself, and testifies concerning me the having sent me Father.

19 They said then to him: Where is the father of thee? Answered Jesus: Neither me you know, nor the Father of me. If me you knew, also the Father of me you would know.

20 These the words he spoke in the treasury, teaching in the temple; and no one seized him, because not yet had come the hour of him.

21 Said therefore again to them the Jesus: I go away, and you will seek me, and in the sin of you you will die; where I go, you not are able to come.

22 Said then the Jews: Not will he kill himself, because he says: Where I go, you not are able to come?

23 And he said to them: You from the beneath are, I from the above am; you from the world this are, I not am from the world this.

24 I said therefore to you, that you will die in the sins of you; if for not you may believe, that I am, you will die in the sins of you.

25 They said therefore to him: Thou who art? And said to them the Jesus: The beginning what, what even I say to you.

26 Many things I have about you to say, and to judge; but he having sent me true is; and I what I heard from him, these things I say to the world.

27 Not they knew, that the Father to them he spoke.

28 Said then to them the Jesus: When you may left up the son of the man, then you will know that I am; and from myself I do nothing, but as taught me the Father of me these things I say;

29 and he having sent me, with me is; not left me alone the Father, because I the things pleasing to him do always.

30 These of him speaking, many believed into him.

31 Said then the Jesus to those having believed him Jews: If you may abide in the word the my, truly disciples of me you are,

32 and you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make free you.

33 They answered him: Seed of Abraham we are, and to no one have we been slaves at any time; how thou sayest: That free you shall become?

34 Answered them the Jesus: Indeed indeed I say to you, that every one who is doing the sin, a slave is of the sin.

35 The but slave not abides in the house to the age; the son abides to the age.

36 If then the son you may make free, really free you shall be.

37 I know, that seed of Abraham you are; but you seek me to kill, because the word the mine not has place in you.

38 I what have seen from the Father of me, I speak; and you therefore what you have seen from the father of you, do.

39 They answered and said to him: The father of us Abraham is. Says to them the Jesus: If children of the Abraham you are, the works of the Abraham you would do.

40 Now but you seek me to kill, a man, who the truth to you has spoken, which I have heard from the God; this Abraham not did. You do the works of the father of you.

41 They said then to him: We from fornication not have been born; one father we have, the God.

42 Said to them the Jesus: If the God a father of you was, you would love me; I for from the God came out and am come; not even for of myself I have come, but he me sent.

43 Why the speech the mine not know you? Because not you are able to hear the word the mine.

44 You from the father the accuser are, and the lusts of the father of you you wish to do. He a manslayer was from a beginning, and in the truth not has stood; because not is truth in him. When may speak the falsehood, from the own he speaks; because a liar is, also the father of him.

45 I but because the truth I speak, not you believe me.

46 Who of you convicts me concerning sin? If truth I speak, why you not believe me?

47 He being from the God, the words of the God hears; through this you not hear, because from the God not you are.

48 Answered the Jews and said to him: Not well say we, that a Samaritan art thou, and a demon thou hast?

49 Answered Jesus: I a demon not have, but I honor the Father of me, and you dishonor me.

50 I but not seek the glory of me; it is he seeking and judging.

51 Indeed indeed I say to you, if any one the word the mine may keep, death not not he may see to the age.

52 Said then to him the Jews: Now we know, that a demon thou hast; Abraham died and the prophets, and thou sayest: If any one the word of me may keep, not not may taste of death to the age.

53 Not thou greater art of the father of us Abraham, who died? and the prophets died; whom thyself makest thou?

54 Answered Jesus: If I glorify myself, the glory of me nothing is. He is the Father of me he glorifying me, whom you say, that a God of you he is,

55 and not you know him; I but know him. And if I say, that not I know him, I shall be like you, a liar. But I know him, and the word of him I keep.

56 Abraham the father of you ardently desired, that he might see the day the my; and he saw, and was glad.

57 Said then the Jews to him: Fifty years not yet thou art, and Abraham hast thou seen?

58 Said to them the Jesus: Indeed indeed I say to you, before Abraham to have been born, I am.

59 They took up therefore stones, that they might cast on him; Jesus but hid himself, and went out of the temple.