Lucas 9

1 Having called together and the twelve, he gave to them power and authority over all the demons, and diseases to cure.

2 And he sent them to publish the kingdom of the God, and to heal those being sick.

3 And said to them: Nothing take you for the journey, neither a staff, nor a bag, nor bread, nor silver; nor each two coats to have.

4 And into whatever house you may enter, there remain, and thence depart.

5 And whoever not may receive you, coming out from the city that, even the dust from the feet of you shake off, for a testimony against them.

6 Coming forth and they traveled through the villages, publishing glad tidings and healing everywhere.

7 Heard and Herod the tetrarch that being done by him all; and he was perplexed, because the to be said by some, that John has been raised out of dead;

8 by some and, that Elias had appeared; others and, that a prophet one of the ancients has stood up.

9 And said Herod: John I beheaded; who but is this, concerning whom I hear such things? And he sought to see him.

10 And having returned the apostles related to him what things they had done; and taking them he withdrew by himself into a place desert of a city being called Bethsaida.

11 The and crowds having heard, they followed him. And having received them, he spake to them concerning the kingdom of the God, and those need having of healing, he cured.

12 The now day began to decline; coming and the twelve, said to him: Dismiss the crowd, that having gone into the surrounding villages and the farms, they may lodge, and find provisions; for here in a desert place we are.

13 He said but to them: Give to them you to eat. They and said: Not are to us more then five loaves, and fishes two, if not going we may buy for all the people this food.

14 They were for about men five thousand. He said and to the disciples of himself: Make recline them in companies each fifty.

15 And they did so, and they made recline all.

16 Taking and the five loaves and the two fishes, looking up to the heaven, he blessed them; and broke and gave to the disciples, to set before the crowd.

17 And they ate, and were satisfied all; and was taken up that having been left to them of fragments, baskets twelve.

18 And it happened in the to be him praying in private, came to him the disciples; and he asked them, saying: Who me say the crowd to be?

19 They and answering, said: John the dipper; others but, Elias, others and, that a prophet one of the ancients has stood up.

20 He said and to them: You but who me say you to be? Answering and the Peter said: The Anointed of the God.

21 He and having strictly charged them, commanded to no one to tell this,

22 saying: That must the son of the man many things to suffer, and to be rejected by the elders and high–priests and scribes and to be killed, and the third day to be raised.

23 He said and to all: If any one wishes after me to come, let him deny himself, and let him bear the cross of himself every day, and follow me.

24 Who for ever may wish the life of himself to save, shall lose her; who but ever may lose the life of himself on account of me, he shall save her.

25 What for is profited a man having won the world whole, himself and having lost, or having forfeited?

26 Who for ever may be ashamed me and the my words, this the son of the man will be ashamed, when he may come in the glory of himself, and of the Father, and of the holy messengers.

27 I say but to you truly, are some of those here standing, who not not shall taste of death, till they may see the royal majesty of the God.

28 It happened and after the words these, about days eight, and having taken Peter and John and James, he went up into to mountain to pray.

29 And it occurred, in the to pray him, the form of the face of him, different, and the raiment of him whiteness flashing forth.

30 And lo, men two were talking with him, who were Moses and Elias;

31 they appearing in glory, spoke of the departure of him, which he was about to fulfil in Jerusalem.

32 The but Peter and those with him were having been heavy with sleep. Having awakened but they saw the glory of him, and the two men those standing with him.

33 And it happened in the to depart them from him, said the Peter to the Jesus: O master, good it is us here to be; and we may make tents three, one for thee and one for Moses, and one for Elias; not knowing what he says.

34 These and of him saying, came a cloud, and overshadowed them, they feared and in the those to enter into the cloud.

35 And a voice came out of the cloud, saying: This is the son of me the beloved; him hear you.

36 And in the to have been the voice, was found the Jesus alone. And they were silent, and to no one told in those the days nothing of what they had seen.

37 I t happened and in the next day, having come down them from the mountain, met him a crowd great.

38 And lo, a man from the crowd cried loudly, saying: O teacher, I pray thee, to look on the son of me, for only–born he is to me;

39 and lo, a spirit seizes him, and suddenly he cries out, and convulses him with foam, and hardly departs from him, bruising him.

40 And i besought the disciples of thee, that they might expel it; and not they were able.

41 Answering and the Jesus said: O generation without faith and having been perverted; till when shall I be with you, and bear with you? Lead the son of thee here.

42 While and coming to him, dashed down him the demon, and violently convulsed. Rebuked and the Jesus the spirit the unclean, and healed the child, and delivered him to the father of him.

43 Were amazed and all at the majesty of the God. All and were wondering on all which did the Jesus, he said to the disciples of himself:

44 Place you into the ears of you the words these; the for son of the man is about to be delivered into hands of men.

45 They but understood not the word this, and it was having been veiled from them, that not they might perceive it; and they feared to ask him concerning the word this.

46 Arose and a dispute among them, that, which would be greater of them.

47 The Jesus perceiving the though of the heart of them, having taken a little child, placed it near himself, and said to them:

48 Whoever may receive this the little child in the name of me, me receives; and whoever me may receive, receives the having sent me. He for less among all you being he shall be great.

49 Answering and the John said: O master, we saw one in the name of thee casting out the demons; and we forbade him, because not he follows with us.

50 And said to him the Jesus: Not forbid you; who for not is against you, for you is.

51 It came to pass and in the to be completed the days of the withdrawing of him, and he the face of himself firmly set of the to go to Jerusalem.

52 And he sent messengers before face of himself; and having gone they entered into a village of Samaritans, so as to prepare to him.

53 And not they received him, because the face of him was going to Jerusalem.

54 Seeing and the disciples of him, James and John, said: O Lord, wilt thou we speak fire to come down from the heaven, and to consume them, as even Elias did?

55 Turning and he rebuked them, and said: Not you know, of what spirit are you?

56 And they went to another village.

57 It happened and going of them in the way, said one to him: I will follow thee, whenever thou mayest go, O master.

58 And said to him the Jesus: The foxes dens have, and birds of the heaven roots; the but son of the man not has, where the head he may rest.

59 He said and to another: Follow me. He but said: O master, permit thou me having gone first to bury the father of me.

60 Said and to him the Jesus: Leave the dead ones to bury the of themselves dead ones; thou and having gone publish the kingdom of the God.

61 Said and also another I will follow thee, O master; first but permit thou me to bid farewell to those in the house of me.

62 Said but to him the Jesus: No one having put the hand of himself on a plough, and looking for the things behind, well–disposed is for the kingdom of the God.