Lucas 8

1 And it happened in the afterwards, also he traveled through every city and village, publishing and proclaiming the glad tidings the kingdom of the God; and the twelve with him,

2 and women certain, who were having been healed from spirits evil and infirmities; Mary that being called Magdalene, from whom demons seven has gone out,

3 and Joanna, a wife of Chuza a steward of Herod, and Susanna, and others many, who ministered to him from the possessions of them.

4 Was assembling and a crowd great, and of the every city were coming to him, he said by a parable:

5 Went out the sower of the sow the seed of himself; and in the sowing it, this indeed fell by the path; and it was trodden down, and the birds of the heaven ate it.

6 And another fell on the rock; and having sprung up it dried up, through the not to have moisture.

7 And another fell in midst of the thorns; and having sprung up with the thorns they chocked it.

8 And another fell in the ground the good; and having sprung up bore fruit a hundredfold. These things having said, he cried: He having ears to hear, let him hear.

9 Asked and him the disciples of him, saying what may be the parable this.

10 He and said: To you it is given to know the secrets of the kingdom of the God; to the but others in parables; that seeing not they may see, and hearing not they may understand.

11 Is now this the parable: The seed, is the word of the God.

12 Those and by the path, are those hearing; then comes the accuser, and takes away the word from the heart of them, so that not having believed they may be saved.

13 They and on the rock, who, when they may hear, with joy receives the word; and these a root not they have, who for a season will believe, and in a season of temptation fall away.

14 That and into the thorns having fallen, these are they having heard, and by anxious cares and riches and pleasures of the life going forth are choked, and not bear fruit to perfection.

15 That and in the ground, these are, who in heart good and upright having heard the word, retain, and bear fruit with perseverance.

16 No one and a lamp having lighted, covers him with a vessel, or under a couch places; but upon a lamp–stand places, that those entering may see the light.

17 Not for is hidden, which not manifest will become; nor stored away, which not will be known and into light may come.

18 Take heed then, how you hear; who for ever may have, it will be given to him; and whoever not may have, even what he seems to have, will be taken from him.

19 Came and to him the mother and the brothers of him, and not was able to get near him on account of the crowd.

20 And it was told to him, saying: The mother of thee and the brothers of thee stand without to see thee desiring.

21 He and answering said to them: Mother of me and brothers of me these are, who the word of the God hearing and doing.

22 And it happened in one of the days, and he he went into a ship, and the disciples of him; and said to them: We may pass over to the other side of the lake; and they put off.

23 Sailing but of them, he fell asleep. And came down a squall of wind on the lake, and they were filling, and were in danger.

24 Coming to and they awoke him, saying: O master, O master, we are perishing. He and arising rebuked the wind and the raging of the water; and they ceased, and there was a calm.

25 He said and to them: Where is the faith of you? Fearing and they wondered, saying to one another: Who then this is, that even to the winds he gives a charge and to the water, and they hearken to him?

26 And they sailed into the country of the Gadarenes, which is over–against the Galilee.

27 Going out and to him on the land, met him a man certain out of the city, who had demons from times many, and a mantle not he put on, and in a house not he remained, but in the tombs.

28 Seeing and the Jesus, and crying out, he fell down to him, and with a voice loud he said: What to me and to thee, Jesus, O son of the God of the highest? I beseech thee, not me thou mayest torment.

29 (He had commanded for the spirit the unclean to come out from the man; many for times it had seized him; and he was bound with chains and fetters, being guarded; and breaking the bonds, he was driven by the demon into the deserts.)

30 Asked and him the Jesus, saying: What to thee is a name? He and said: Legion; for demons many had entered into him.

31 And he besought him, that not he would command them into the abyss to go.

32 Was and there a herd of swine many feeding in the mountain; and they besought him, that he would permit them into them to enter. And he permitted them.

33 Having gone out and the demons from the man, they entered into the swine; and rushed the herd down the precipice into the lake, and were chocked.

34 Seeing and those feeding that having been done, fled and reported in the city and in the villages.

35 They came out and to see that having been done; and came to the Jesus, and found sitting the man, from whom the demons had gone out, having been clothed and being of sane mind, at the feet of the Jesus; and they were afraid.

36 Reported and to them and those having seen, how was saved he having been demonized.

37 And asked him whole the multitude of the surrounding region of the Gadarenes, to go from them; for with a fear great they were seized. He and having gone into the ship, returned.

38 Begged and of him the man, from whom had gone out the demons, to be with him. Sent away but him the Jesus, saying:

39 Return to the house of thee, and relate, how much has done to thee the God. And he went away, through whole the city publishing, how much had done to him the Jesus.

40 It happened and in the to return the Jesus, gladly received him the crowd; they were for all waiting for him.

41 And lo, came a man, to whom a name Jairus, and he a ruler of the synagogue was; and falling at the feet of the Jesus, besought him to come into the house of himself;

42 for a daughter only was to him about years twelve, and she was dying. In and to the to go him, the crowds pressed him.

43 And a woman being in a flow of blood from years twelve, who with physicians having expended whole the living, not had strength by any one to be cured;

44 coming behind, touched the tuft of the mantle of him; and immediately stopped the flow of the blood of her.

45 And said the Jesus: Who the having touched me? Denying and all, said the Peter and those with him: O master, the crowds press on thee and crowd; and sayest thou: Who the having touched me?

46 The and Jesus said: Touched me some one; I for know a power went out from me.

47 Seeing and the woman, that not she was unnoticed trembling came, and falling down to him, through what cause she touched him, related to him in presence of all of the people, and how she was cured immediately.

48 He and said to her: Take courage, O daughter; the faith of thee has saved thee; go in peace.

49 While of him speaking, comes some one from of the synagogue–ruler’s, saying to him: That is dead the daughter of thee; not trouble thou the teacher.

50 The but Jesus having heard, answered him, saying: Not fear; only believe you, and she shall be saved.

51 Coming and in to the house, not he suffered to enter no one, except Peter and John and James, and the father of the child and the mother.

52 Was weeping and all, and lamenting her. He but said: Not weep you; not she is dead, but sleeps.

53 And they derided him, knowing that she was dead.

54 He but having put out all, and having grasped the hand of her, called out, saying: The child, arise.

55 And returned the breath of her, and she stood up immediately. And he commanded to her to be given to eat.

56 And were astonished the parents of her. He but charged them no one to tell that having been done.