The Bible – New Testament

Saint Matthew

Chapter 11

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When Jesus finished giving these commands to his twelve disciples, 1 he went away from that place to teach and to preach in their towns.

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2 When John heard in prison 3 of the works of the Messiah, he sent his disciples to him

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4 with this question, «Are you the one who is to come, or should we look for another?»

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Jesus said to them in reply, «Go and tell John what you hear and see:

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5 the blind regain their sight, the lame walk, lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, and the poor have the good news proclaimed to them.

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And blessed is the one who takes no offense at me.»

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6 As they were going off, Jesus began to speak to the crowds about John, «What did you go out to the desert to see? A reed swayed by the wind?

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Then what did you go out to see? Someone dressed in fine clothing? Those who wear fine clothing are in royal palaces.

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Then why did you go out? To see a prophet? 7 Yes, I tell you, and more than a prophet.

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This is the one about whom it is written: ‘Behold, I am sending my messenger ahead of you; he will prepare your way before you.’

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Amen, I say to you, among those born of women there has been none greater than John the Baptist; yet the least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he. 8

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From the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven suffers violence, 9 and the violent are taking it by force.

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All the prophets and the law 10 prophesied up to the time of John.

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And if you are willing to accept it, he is Elijah, the one who is to come.

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Whoever has ears ought to hear.

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«To what shall I compare this generation? 11 It is like children who sit in marketplaces and call to one another,

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‘We played the flute for you, but you did not dance, we sang a dirge but you did not mourn.’

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For John came neither eating nor drinking, and they said, ‘He is possessed by a demon.’

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The Son of Man came eating and drinking and they said, ‘Look, he is a glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners.’ But wisdom is vindicated by her works.»

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Then he began to reproach the towns where most of his mighty deeds had been done, since they had not repented.

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«Woe to you, Chorazin! Woe to you, Bethsaida! For if the mighty deeds done in your midst had been done in Tyre and Sidon, 12 they would long ago have repented in sackcloth and ashes.

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But I tell you, it will be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon on the day of judgment than for you.

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And as for you, Capernaum: ‘Will you be exalted to heaven? You will go down to the netherworld.’ 13 For if the mighty deeds done in your midst had been done in Sodom, it would have remained until this day.

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But I tell you, it will be more tolerable for the land of Sodom on the day of judgment than for you.»

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At that time Jesus said in reply, 14 «I give praise to you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, for although you have hidden these things from the wise and the learned you have revealed them to the childlike.

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Yes, Father, such has been your gracious will.

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All things have been handed over to me by my Father. No one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father except the Son and anyone to whom the Son wishes to reveal him.

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15 «Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, 16 and I will give you rest.

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17 Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am meek and humble of heart; and you will find rest for your selves.

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For my yoke is easy, and my burden light.»

1 [1] The closing formula of the discourse refers back to the original addressees, the Twelve.
2 [⇒ 11:2-⇒ 12:50] The narrative section of the third book deals with the growing opposition to Jesus. It is largely devoted to disputes and attacks relating to faith and discipleship and thus contains much sayings-material, drawn in large part from Q.
3 [2] In prison: see ⇒ Matthew 4:12; ⇒ 14:1-12. The works of the Messiah: the deeds of Matthew 8-9.
4 [3] The question probably expresses a doubt of the Baptist that Jesus is the one who is to come (cf ⇒ Malachi 3:1) because his mission has not been one of fiery judgment as John had expected (⇒ Matthew 3:2).
5 [5-6] Jesus’ response is taken from passages of Isaiah (⇒ Isaiah 26:19; ⇒ 29:18-19; ⇒ 35:5-6; ⇒ 61:1) that picture the time of salvation as marked by deeds such as those that Jesus is doing. The beatitude is a warning to the Baptist not to disbelieve because his expectations have not been met.
6 [7-19] Jesus’ rebuke of John is counterbalanced by a reminder of the greatness of the Baptist’s function (⇒ Matthew 11:7-15) that is followed by a complaint about those who have heeded neither John nor Jesus (⇒ Matthew 11:16-19).
7 [9-10] In common Jewish belief there had been no prophecy in Israel since the last of the Old Testament prophets, Malachi. The coming of a new prophet was eagerly awaited, and Jesus agrees that John was such. Yet he was more than a prophet, for he was the precursor of the one who would bring in the new and final age. The Old Testament quotation is a combination of ⇒ Malachi 3:1; ⇒ Exodus 23:20 with the significant change that the before me of Malachi becomes before you. The messenger now precedes not God, as in the original, but Jesus.
8 [11] John’s preeminent greatness lies in his function of announcing the imminence of the kingdom (⇒ Matthew 3:1). But to be in the kingdom is so great a privilege that the least who has it is greater than the Baptist.
9 [12] The meaning of this difficult saying is probably that the opponents of Jesus are trying to prevent people from accepting the kingdom and to snatch it away from those who have received it.
10 [13] All the prophets and the law: Matthew inverts the usual order, «law and prophets,» and says that both have prophesied. This emphasis on the prophetic character of the law points to its fulfillment in the teaching of Jesus and to the transitory nature of some of its commandments (see the note on ⇒ Matthew 5:17-20).
11 [16-19] See ⇒ Luke 7:31-35. The meaning of the parable (⇒ Matthew 11:16-17) and its explanation (⇒ Matthew 11:18-19b) is much disputed. A plausible view is that the children of the parable are two groups, one of which proposes different entertainments to the other that will not agree with either proposal. The first represents John, Jesus, and their disciples; the second those who reject John for his asceticism and Jesus for his table association with those despised by the religiously observant. ⇒ Matthew 11:19c (her works) forms an inclusion with ⇒ Matthew 11:2 («the works of the Messiah»). The original form of the saying is better preserved in ⇒ Luke 7:35 «. . . wisdom is vindicated by all her children.» There John and Jesus are the children of Wisdom; here the works of Jesus the Messiah are those of divine Wisdom, of which he is the embodiment. Some important textual witnesses, however, have essentially the same reading as in Luke.
12 [21] Tyre and Sidon were pagan cities denounced for their wickedness in the Old Testament; cf ⇒ Joel 3:4-7.
13 [23] Capernaum’s pride and punishment are described in language taken from the taunt song against the king of Babylon (⇒ Isaiah 14:13-15).
14 [25-27] This Q saying, identical with ⇒ Luke 10:21-22 except for minor variations, introduces a joyous note into this section, so dominated by the theme of unbelief. While the wise and the learned, the scribes and Pharisees, have rejected Jesus’ preaching and the significance of his mighty deeds, the childlike have accepted them. Acceptance depends upon the Father’s revelation, but this is granted to those who are open to receive it and refused to the arrogant. Jesus can speak of all mysteries because he is the Son and there is perfect reciprocity of knowledge between him and the Father; what has been handed over to him is revealed only to those whom he wishes.
15 [28-29] These verses are peculiar to Matthew and are similar to Ben Sirach’s invitation to learn wisdom and submit to her yoke (⇒ Sirach 51:23, ⇒ 26).
16 [28] Who labor and are burdened: burdened by the law as expounded by the scribes and Pharisees (⇒ Matthew 23:4).
17 [29] In place of the yoke of the law, complicated by scribal interpretation, Jesus invites the burdened to take the yoke of obedience to his word, under which they will find rest; cf ⇒ Jeremiah 6:16.

EVANGELIO SEGÚN SAN MATEO

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Chapter 2– Chapter 3 – CAPÍTULO 4 Chapter 4 – CAPÍTULO 5 CAPÍTULO 6 – Chapter 6 Chapter 7 – Chapter 8Capítulo 9  Chapter 9 Chapter 10 – Chapter 11 – Chapter 12 – Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16  – Chapter 17 – Chapter 18 – Chapter 19Chapter 20 Chapter 21CAPÍTULO 22CAPÍTULO 23Chapter 23 CAPÍTULO 24Chapter 24CAPÍTULO 25Chapter 25Chapter 26Chapter 27Chapter 28Amanecer-2-X

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EVANGELIO SEGÚN SAN LUCAS

EVANGELIO SEGÚN SAN LUCAS – CAPÍTULO 1
Chapter 1 – Capítulo 2Chapter 2Chapter 3 Capítulo 4Chapter 4 Capítulo 5 – Chapter 5Chapter 6CAPÍTULO 7Chapter 7Capítulo 8  Capítulo 9Chapter 10Capítulo 11 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 – Chapter 13Saint Luke – Chapter 14Capítulo 15Chapter 15Capítulo 16Chapter 16Chapter 17Chapter 18Chapter 19Chapter 20Chapter 21 – Chapter 22 Chapter 23Chapter 24

EVANGELIO SEGÚN SAN JUAN

Introduction – EVANGELIO SEGÚN SAN JUAN – CAPÍTULO 1 
Chapter 1 – Chapter 2 – Chapter 3 – Chapter 4 – Chapter 5 – Capítulo 6 – Chapter 6 – Chapter 7 – Chapter 8 – Chapter 9 – Chapter 10 – Chapter 11 – Chapter 12 – Chapter 13 – Chapter 14 – Capítulo 15 – Chapter 15 – Capítulo 16 – Chapter 16 – Capítulo 17 – Chapter 17 – Chapter 18 – Capítulo 19 – Chapter 19 – Capítulo 20 – Chapter 20 – Capítulo 21 – Chapter 21

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The Bible – New Testament

Saint Matthew

Chapter 10

1

1 Then he summoned his twelve disciples 2 and gave them authority over unclean spirits to drive them out and to cure every disease and every illness.

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The names of the twelve apostles 3 are these: first, Simon called Peter, and his brother Andrew; James, the son of Zebedee, and his brother John;

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Philip and Bartholomew, Thomas and Matthew the tax collector; James, the son of Alphaeus, and Thaddeus;

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Simon the Cananean, and Judas Iscariot who betrayed him.

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Jesus sent out these twelve 4 after instructing them thus, «Do not go into pagan territory or enter a Samaritan town.

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Go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.

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As you go, make this proclamation: ‘The kingdom of heaven is at hand.’

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5 Cure the sick, raise the dead, cleanse lepers, drive out demons. Without cost you have received; without cost you are to give.

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Do not take gold or silver or copper for your belts;

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no sack for the journey, or a second tunic, or sandals, or walking stick. The laborer deserves his keep.

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Whatever town or village you enter, look for a worthy person in it, and stay there until you leave.

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As you enter a house, wish it peace.

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If the house is worthy, let your peace come upon it; if not, let your peace return to you. 6

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7 Whoever will not receive you or listen to your words – go outside that house or town and shake the dust from your feet.

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Amen, I say to you, it will be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrah on the day of judgment than for that town.

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«Behold, I am sending you like sheep in the midst of wolves; so be shrewd as serpents and simple as doves.

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8 But beware of people, for they will hand you over to courts and scourge you in their synagogues,

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and you will be led before governors and kings for my sake as a witness before them and the pagans.

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When they hand you over, do not worry about how you are to speak or what you are to say. You will be given at that moment what you are to say.

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For it will not be you who speak but the Spirit of your Father speaking through you.

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9 Brother will hand over brother to death, and the father his child; children will rise up against parents and have them put to death.

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You will be hated by all because of my name, but whoever endures to the end 10 will be saved.

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When they persecute you in one town, flee to another. Amen, I say to you, you will not finish the towns of Israel before the Son of Man comes. 11

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No disciple is above his teacher, no slave above his master.

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It is enough for the disciple that he become like his teacher, for the slave that he become like his master. If they have called the master of the house Beelzebul, 12 how much more those of his household!

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«Therefore do not be afraid of them. Nothing is concealed that will not be revealed, nor secret that will not be known. 13

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What I say to you in the darkness, speak in the light; what you hear whispered, proclaim on the housetops.

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And do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul; rather, be afraid of the one who can destroy both soul and body in Gehenna.

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Are not two sparrows sold for a small coin? Yet not one of them falls to the ground without your Father’s knowledge.

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Even all the hairs of your head are counted.

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So do not be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows.

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14 Everyone who acknowledges me before others I will acknowledge before my heavenly Father.

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But whoever denies me before others, I will deny before my heavenly Father.

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«Do not think that I have come to bring peace upon the earth. I have come to bring not peace but the sword.

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For I have come to set a man ‘against his father, a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law;

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and one’s enemies will be those of his household.’

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«Whoever loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me, and whoever loves son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me;

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and whoever does not take up his cross 15 and follow after me is not worthy of me.

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16 Whoever finds his life will lose it, and whoever loses his life for my sake will find it.

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«Whoever receives you receives me, 17 and whoever receives me receives the one who sent me.

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18 Whoever receives a prophet because he is a prophet will receive a prophet’s reward, and whoever receives a righteous man because he is righteous will receive a righteous man’s reward.

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And whoever gives only a cup of cold water to one of these little ones to drink because he is a disciple – amen, I say to you, he will surely not lose his reward.»

1 [10:1-11:1] After an introductory narrative (⇒ Matthew 10:1-4), the second of the discourses of the gospel. It deals with the mission now to be undertaken by the disciples (⇒ Matthew 10:5-15), but the perspective broadens and includes the missionary activity of the church between the time of the resurrection and the parousia.
2 His twelve disciples: although, unlike Mark (⇒ Mark 3:13-14) and Luke (⇒ Luke 6:12-16), Matthew has no story of Jesus’ choosing the Twelve, he assumes that the group is known to the reader. The earliest New Testament text to speak of it is ⇒ 1 Cor 15:5. The number probably is meant to recall the twelve tribes of Israel and implies Jesus’ authority to call all Israel into the kingdom. While Luke (⇒ Luke 6:13) and probably Mark (⇒ Mark 4:10, ⇒ 34) distinguish between the Twelve and a larger group also termed disciples, Matthew tends to identify the disciples and the Twelve. Authority . . . every illness: activities the same as those of Jesus; see ⇒ Matthew 4:23; ⇒ Matthew 9:35; ⇒ 10:8. The Twelve also share in his proclamation of the kingdom (⇒ Matthew 10:7). But although he teaches (⇒ Matthew 4:23; ⇒ 7:28; ⇒ 9:35), they do not. Their commission to teach comes only after Jesus’ resurrection, after they have been fully instructed by him (⇒ Matthew 28:20).
3 [2-4] Here, for the only time in Matthew, the Twelve are designated apostles. The word «apostle» means «one who is sent,» and therefore fits the situation here described. In the Pauline letters, the place where the term occurs most frequently in the New Testament, it means primarily one who has seen the risen Lord and has been commissioned to proclaim the resurrection. With slight variants in Luke and Acts, the names of those who belong to this group are the same in the four lists given in the New Testament (see the note on ⇒ Matthew 9:9). Cananean: this represents an Aramaic word meaning «zealot.» The meaning of that designation is unclear (see the note on ⇒ Luke 6:15).
4 [5-6] Like Jesus (⇒ Matthew 15:24), the Twelve are sent only to Israel. This saying may reflect an original Jewish Christian refusal of the mission to the Gentiles, but for Matthew it expresses rather the limitation that Jesus himself observed during his ministry.
5 [8-11] The Twelve have received their own call and mission through God’s gift, and the benefits they confer are likewise to be given freely. They are not to take with them money, provisions, or unnecessary clothing; their lodging and food will be provided by those who receive them.
6 [13] The greeting of peace is conceived of not merely as a salutation but as an effective word. If it finds no worthy recipient, it will return to the speaker.
7 [14] Shake the dust from your feet: this gesture indicates a complete disassociation from such unbelievers.
8 [17] The persecutions attendant upon the post-resurrection mission now begin to be spoken of. Here Matthew brings into the discourse sayings found in Mark 13 which deals with events preceding the parousia.
9 [21] See ⇒ Micah 7:6 which is cited in ⇒ Matthew 10:35, ⇒ 36.
10 [22] To the end: the original meaning was probably «until the parousia.» But it is not likely that Matthew expected no missionary disciples to suffer death before then, since he envisages the martyrdom of other Christians (⇒ Matthew 10:21). For him, the end is probably that of the individual’s life (see ⇒ Matthew 10:28).
11 [23] Before the Son of Man comes: since the coming of the Son of Man at the end of the age had not taken place when this gospel was written, much less during the mission of the Twelve during Jesus’ ministry, Matthew cannot have meant the coming to refer to the parousia. It is difficult to know what he understood it to be: perhaps the «proleptic parousia» of ⇒ Matthew 28:16-20, or the destruction of the temple in A.D. 70, viewed as a coming of Jesus in judgment on unbelieving Israel.
12 [25] Beelzebul: see ⇒ Matthew 9:34 for the charge linking Jesus with «the prince of demons,» who is named Beelzebul in ⇒ Matthew 12:24. The meaning of the name is uncertain; possibly, «lord of the house.»
13 [26] The concealed and secret coming of the kingdom is to be proclaimed by them, and no fear must be allowed to deter them from that proclamation.
14 [32-33] In the Q parallel (⇒ Luke 12:8-9), the Son of Man will acknowledge those who have acknowledged Jesus, and those who deny him will be denied (by the Son of Man) before the angels of God at the judgment. Here Jesus and the Son of Man are identified, and the acknowledgment or denial will be before his heavenly Father.
15 [38] The first mention of the cross in Matthew, explicitly that of the disciple, but implicitly that of Jesus (and follow after me). Crucifixion was a form of capital punishment used by the Romans for offenders who were not Roman citizens.
16 [39] One who denies Jesus in order to save one’s earthly life will be condemned to everlasting destruction; loss of earthly life for Jesus’ sake will be rewarded by everlasting life in the kingdom.
17 [40-42] All who receive the disciples of Jesus receive him, and God who sent him, and will be rewarded accordingly.
18 [41] A prophet: one who speaks in the name of God; here, the Christian prophets who proclaim the gospel. Righteous man: since righteousness is demanded of all the disciples, it is difficult to take the righteous man of this verse and one of these little ones (⇒ Matthew 10:42) as indicating different groups within the followers of Jesus. Probably all three designations are used here of Christian missionaries as such.
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Saint Mark – Chapter 6

The Bible – New Testament Saint Mark Chapter 6 1 He departed from there and came to his native place, 1 accompanied by his disciples. 2 2 When the sabbath came he began to teach in the synagogue, and many who heard him were astonished. They said, «Where did this man get all this? What kind of wisdom… Seguir leyendo Saint Mark – Chapter 6

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CARTA A LOS EFESIOS – CAPÍTULO 1 – EPHESIANS – CHAPTER 1

 CARTA A LOS EFESIOS  1 Pablo, Apóstol de Jesucristo por la voluntad de Dios, saluda a los santos que creen en Cristo Jesús. 2 Llegue a ustedes la gracia y la paz de parte de Dios, nuestro Padre, y del Señor Jesucristo. 3 Bendito sea Dios, el Padre de nuestro Señor Jesucristo, que nos ha… Seguir leyendo CARTA A LOS EFESIOS – CAPÍTULO 1 – EPHESIANS – CHAPTER 1


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