1 It came to pass and in the days those, went forth a decree from Caesar Augustus, to register all the habitable.
2 (This the registry first was made being governor of the Syria Cyrenius.)
3 And they went all to be registered, each into the his own city.
4 Went up and also Joseph from the Galilee, out of city Nazareth, into the Judea, into a city of David, which is called Bethleem, (because the to be him of house and family of David,)
5 to be registered with Mary the having been espoused to him a wife, being with child.
Says then to him the Pilate: To me not thou doest speak? not knowest thou, that authority I have to crucify thee; and authority I have to release thee?
Answered Jesus: Not thou couldst have authority not any against me, if not it was to thee having been given from above; on account of this he delivering up me to thee, greater sin has.
a door for to me has been opened great and effective, and opposers many.
Be thou willing to agree with the opponent of thee quickly, while thou art in the way with him; lest thee deliver up the opponent to the judge, and judge thee deliver up to the officer, and into prison thou shalt be cast.
Indeed I say to thee, by no means thou wilt come out thence, till thou hast paid the last farthing.
12 the conduct of you among the Gentiles having upright; so that in what they speak against you as evildoers, from the good works having looked on, they may glorify the God in a day of inspection.
13 Be you subject therefore to every human creation on account of the Lord; whether to a king, as being preeminent;
14 or to governors, as by means of him being sent for punishment of evildoers, praise but of gooddoers;
and before governors and also kings you shall be led on account of me, for a witness to them and to the nations.
When but they shall deliver up you, not you may be anxious, how or what you must speak; it shall be given for to you in that the hour, what you shall speak.
1 Every soul to authorities being above let be submissive. Not for is authority if not from God; those and being, under God having been arranged are.
2 So the one setting himself in opposition to the authority, to the of the God institution has been opposed; they but having been set in opposition, to themselves judgment will receive.
3 The for rulers not are a terror of the good works, but of the evil ones. Wishest thou and not to fear the authority? the good do thou; and thou wilt have praise from her;
4 of God for a servant he is to thee for the good. If but the evil thou shouldst do, fear thou; not for in vain the sword he bears; of God for a servant he is, an avenger for wrath to him the evil practising.
5 Wherefore necessity to be submissive, not only on account of the wrath, but also on account of the conscience.
6 On account of this for also taxes pay you; public ministers for of God they are, to same this constantly attending.
7 Render therefore to all the dues; to him the tax, the tax; to him the custom, the custom; to him the fear, the fear; to him the honor, the honor.
To no one nothing owe you, if not that each other you should love; the for loving the other, a law has fulfilled.
17 Say therefore to us, what to thee seems right? is it lawful to give tribute to Caesar, or not?
18 Knowing but the Jesus the wickedness of them, said: Why me tempt you hypocrites?
19 Show you to me the coin of the tribute. They and brought to him a denarius.
20 And he says to them: Of whom the likeness this and the inscription?
21 They say to him: Of Caesar. Then he says to them: Give you back then the (things) of Caesar to Caesar; and the (things) of the God to the God.
24 Having arrived and of them at Capernaum, came those the didrachmas receiving to the Peter, and said: The teacher of you not pays the didrachmas?
25 He says: Yes. And when he was come into the house, anticipated him the Jesus, saying: Which to thee seems right, Simon? The kings of the earth from whom do they take taxes or census? from the sons of them, or from the aliens?
26 Says to him the Peter: From the aliens. Says to him the Jesus: Then exempt are the sons.
27 That but not we may offend them, going to the sea, cast thou a hook, and the ascending first fish take up; and opening the mouth of him, thou wilt find a stater; that taking, give to them for me and thee.