Lucas 20

1 And it happened in one of the days those was teaching of him the people in the temple, and preaching glad tidings, stood by the high–priests and the scribes with the elders,

2 and said to him, saying: Say to us, by what authority these things doest you? or who is he having given to thee the authority this?

3 Answering and he said to them: Will ask you also I one word, and say you to me.

4 The dipping of John from heaven was, or from men?

5 They and reasoned among themselves, saying: That if we would say: From heaven he will say: Why then not did you believe him?

6 If and we should say: From men; all the people will stone us; having been persuaded for it is, John a prophet to be.

7 And they answered not to have known whence.

8 And the Jesus said to them: Neither I tell to you, by what authority these I do.

9 He began and to the people to say the parable this: A man planted a vineyard and let out it to husbandmen; and went abroad times many.

10 And in season he sent to the husbandmen a slave, that from of the fruit of the vineyard they might give to him; the but husbandmen, having beaten him, sent away empty.

11 And he proceeded to send another slave; they but also this having beaten and having dishonored, sent away empty.

12 And he proceeded to send a third; they but also this having wounded cast out.

13 Said and the lord of the vineyard: What shall I do? I will send the son of me the beloved; perhaps this seeing they will regard.

14 Seeing but him the husbandmen, they reasoned with themselves, saying: This is the heir; come, we may kill him, that to us may be the inheritance.

15 And casting him out of the vineyard, they killed. What then will do to them the lord of the vineyard?

16 He will come and will destroy these husbandmen those, and give the vineyard to others. Having heard and they said: Not let it be.

17 He but, having looked to them, he said: What then is that having been written this: A stone which rejected of builders, this has been made into a head corner?

18 All the falling upon that the stone, will be bruised; on whom but it may fall, will grind to power him.

19 And sought the high–priests and the scribes to put on him the hands in this the hour; but they feared the people; they knew for, that to them the parable this he spoke.

20 And having watched they sent spies, feigning themselves righteous to be; that they might lay hold of him of a word, in order to the to deliver up him to the rule and to the authority of the governor.

21 And they asked him, saying: O teacher, we know, that rightly thou speakest and thou teachest, and not thou dost accept a countenance, but in truth the way of the God thou teachest.

22 Is it lawful for us to Caesar tax to give, or not?

23 Perceiving but to them the craftiness, he said to them: Why me tempt you?

24 Show you to me a denarius; of whom has it a likeness and inscription? Answering and they said: Of Caesar.

25 He and said to them: Give you back then the things of Caesar, to Caesar; and the things of the God, to the God.

26 And not they were able to take hold of him of a word in presence of the people; and wondering at the answer of him, they were silent.

27 Approaching and some of the Sadducees, those denying a resurrection not to be, asked him,

28 saying: O teacher, Moses wrote for us, If any one a brother should die having a wife, and this childless should die, that should take the brother of him the wife, and should raise up seed to the brother of himself.

29 Seven now brothers were; and the first having taken a wife, died childless.

30 And took the second the wife, and this died childless.

31 And the third took her; in like manner and also the seven; not they left children, and died.

32 Last and of all died also the woman.

33 In the therefore resurrection, of which of them will be a wife? the for seven had her a wife.

34 And answering he said to them the Jesus: The sons of the age this marry and are given marriage;

35 those but having been accounted worthy of the age that to obtain, and of the resurrection that out of dead ones, neither marry, nor are given in marriage;

36 nor for to die more are able; like angels for they are, and sons they are of the God, of the resurrection sons being.

37 That but rise the dead ones, even Moses declared at the bush, when he calls a Lord, the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob.

38 A God now not he is of dead ones, but of living ones; all for to him live.

39 Answering and some of the scribes said: O teacher, well thou hast spoken.

40 No longer and they presumed to ask him nothing.

41 He said and to them: How say they the Anointed a son of David to be?

42 And yet himself David says in a book of psalms: Said the Lord to the lord of me:

43 Sit thou at right hand of me till I may place the enemies of thee a footstool of the feet of thee.

44 David therefore a lord him calls, and how a son of him is he?

45 Hearing and all of the people, he said to the disciples of himself:

46 Beware of the scribes, those wishing to walk in robes, and loving salutations in the markets, and first seats in the synagogues, and first places in the feasts;

47 they devour the houses of the widows, and for a show long they pray; the so will receive greater judgment.