Mateus 12

1 At that the season passed the Jesus to the sabbaths through the corn–fields; the and disciples of him were hungry, and began to pluck ears of corn, and to eat.

2 The and Pharisees seeing, said to him: Lo, the disciples of thee are doing, that is not lawful to do in a sabbath.

3 He but said to them: Not have you known, what did David, when he was hungry, and those with him?

4 how he entered in the house of the God, and the loaves of the presence did eat, which not lawful was to him to eat, neither to those with him, except the priests alone?

5 Or not have you read in the law, that to the sabbaths the priests in the temple the sabbath violate, and blameless are?

6 I say but to you, that of the temple greater is here.

7 If but you had known, what is; Mercy I desire, and not a sacrifice; not would you have condemned the blameless.

8 A lord for is of the sabbath the son of the man.

9 And passing on from thence, he came into the synagogue of them.

10 And lo, a man there was the hand having withered. And they asked him, saying: If it is lawful to the sabbaths to heal? that they might accuse him.

11 He but said to them: What shall be among you a man, who shall have sheep one, and if should fall this to the sabbath into a pit, not seize it, and raise it up?

12 How much then is superior a man of a sheep? So that it is lawful to the sabbath good to do.

13 Then he says to the man: Stretch out the hand of thee. And he stretched it out; and it was restored whole, as the other.

14 The then Pharisees a council held against him going out, how him they might destroy.

15 The but Jesus knowing withdrew from thence; and followed him crowds great; and he healed them all,

16 and charged them that not known him they should make;

17 so that it might be fulfilled the word spoken through Esaias the prophet, saying:

18 Lo, the servant of me, whom I have chosen, the beloved of me, in whom takes delight the soul of me: I will put the spirit of me upon him, and judgment to the nations he shall declare.

19 Not he shall strive, nor cry out, nor shall hear any one in the wide places the voice of him;

20 a reed having been bruised not he shall break, and flax smoking not shall quench; till he bring forth to a victory the judgment.

21 And to the name of him nations will hope.

22 Then was brought to him a demoniac, blind and dumb; and he healed him, so that the blind and dumb both to speak and to see.

23 And were amazed all the crowds, and said: Not this is the son of David?

24 The and Pharisees hearing, said: This not casts out the demons, if not by the Beelzebul, a prince of the demons.

25 Knowing but the Jesus the thoughts of them, said to them: Every kingdom being divided against itself, is laid waste; and every city or house being divided against itself, not will stand.

26 And if the adversary the adversary casts out, with himself he is at variance; how then will stand the kingdom of him?

27 And if I by Beelzebul cast out the demons, the sons of you by whom do they cast out? In this they of you shall be judges.

28 If but by spirit of God I cast out the demons, then has suddenly come among you the majesty of the God.

29 Or how is able any one to enter into the house of the strong man, and the household stuff of him to plunder, if not first he should bind the strong man? and then the house of him he shall plunder.

30 He not being with me, against me is; and he not gathering with me, scatters.

31 Therefore this I say to you: All sin and evil–speaking shall be forgiven to the men; the but of the spirit evil–speaking not shall be forgiven to the men;

32 and who ever may speak a word against of the son of the man, it shall be forgiven to him; who but ever may speak against of the spirit of the holy, not it shall be forgiven to him, neither in this the age, nor in the coming.

33 Either make you the tree good, and the fruits of him good; or make you the tree corrupt, and the fruits of him corrupt; by for the fruit the tree is known.

34 O broods of venomous serpents, how are you able good (things) to speak, evil (men) being? out of for the fulness of the heart the mouth speaks.

35 The good man out of the good treasure bring forth the good (things); and the evil man out of the evil treasure brings forth evil (things).

36 I say but to you, that every word idle, which if may speak the men, they shall give account, concerning this word in a day of trial.

37 By for the words of thee thou shalt be acquitted, and by the words of thee thou shalt be condemned.

38 Then answered some of the scribes and Pharisees, saying: O teacher, we wish from thee a sign to see.

39 He but answering said to them: A generation evil and adulterous a sign demands; and a sign not shall be given to her, if not a sign of Jonas the prophet.

40 Like as for was Jonas in the belly of the fish three days and three nights; so shall be the son of the man in the heart of the earth three days and three nights.

41 Men Ninevites shall stand up in the judgment against the generation of this, and shall give judgment against her; for they reformed at the preaching of Jonas; and lo, a greater of Jonas here.

42 Queen of south shall rise up in the judgment against the generation of this, and shall give judgment against her; for she came from the ends of the earth to her the wisdom of Solomon; and lo, a greater of Solomon here.

43 When but the unclean spirit may come out from the man, it wanders about through dry places seeking a resting–place, and not it finds.

44 Then it says: I will return into the house of me, whence I came. And coming it finds it being empty, having been swept, and having been set in order.

45 Then it goes, and takes with itself seven other spirits, more wicked of itself, and they entering finds an abode there; and becomes the last (state) of the man that worse of the first. Thus will be and the generation this the wicked.

46 While and he is talking to the crowds, lo, the mother and the brothers of him stood without, seeking to him to speak.

47 Said then one to him: Lo, the mother of thee and the brothers of thee without stand, seeking to thee to speak.

48 He but answering said to the man informing him: Who is the mother of me? and who are the brothers of me?

49 And stretching out the hand of him towards the disciples of him, said: Lo, the mother of me, and the brothers of me.

50 Whoever for may do the will of the Father of me, that in heavens, the same of me a brother and a sister and a mother is.