The Gospel of John
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1.1 In a beginning was the Word, and the Word was facing the God, and the Word was Deity.1.2 This One was in a beginning facing the God. 1.3 All things through Him came to be, and apart from Him not one thing came to be, which has come to be.1.4 In Him was life and the life was the light of the men. 1.5 And the light shines in the darkness and the darkness did not apprehend it.
1.6 There came to be a man sent alongside God, his name [was] John.1.7 This one came for a witness, in order that he should witness concerning the light, in order that all should believe through him.1.8 That one was not the light, but in order that he should witness concerning the light.1.9 It was the true light, which illuminates every man coming into the world.1.10 He was in the world and the world through Him came to be and the world did not experientially know Him.1.11 He came unto His own things and His own [people] did not welcome Him.1.12 But as many as received Him, He gave them authority to become children of God, to the ones believing into His name, 1.13 who not out from bloods, nor out from a desirous will of flesh, nor out from a desirous will of man, but out from God are born. 1.14 And the Word became flesh and tented among us and we watched His glory, a proper opinion of the unique one of a kind from the Father, full of grace and truth.
1.15 John testified concerning Him, and cried out saying, “This One was the One whom I spoke of, the One coming after me, Who has come to be before me because He was first.” 1.16 And out from His fullness we all received, even grace against favor,1.17 because the law was given through Moses, the grace and the truth came to be through Jesus Christ. 1.18 No one is in a state of having seen God with discernment at any time. The one of a kind Son, Who is in the bosom of the Father, that One declares. 1.19 And this is the witness of John, when the Jews out from Jerusalem sent towards him priests and Levites in order that they should inquire of him, “Who are you?”. 1.20 And he verbally agreed and did not deny but verbally agreed that, “I am not the Messiah.” 1.21 And they inquired of him, “Then who? Are you Elijah?” And he said, “I am not.” “Are you the prophet?” And he answered “No.” 1.22 Therefore they said to him, “Who are you? In order that we may give an answer to the ones who sent us. What do you say concerning yourself?” 1.23 He said, “I am a voice calling in the wilderness. Make straight the way of [the] Lord. Just as Isaiah the prophet said.” 1.24 And the ones sending them were out from the Pharisees. 1.25 And they inquired of him, and said to him, “Therefore, why do you immerse? Since you are not the Messiah, nor Isaiah, nor the Prophet?” 1.26 John answered them saying, “I immerse in water, but in the midst of you He stands, whom you do not intuitively know, 1.27 this One is the One coming after me, Who has come to be before me, Whom I am not worthy in order that I should remove His sandals from the feet.” 1.28 These things came to be in Bethany beyond the Jordon, where John was immersing.
1.29 The next day John saw Jesus coming towards him and said, “Look with discernment, the Lamb of God, the One taking away the sin of the world. 1.30 This One is concerning whom I said after me a man comes who has come to be before me, because He was first. 1.31 And I did not intuitively know Him, but in order that He should be manifested to Israel, because of this I came immersing in water.” 1.32 And John testified saying that “He watched the Spirit descending as a dove out from heaven and remained upon Him. 1.33 And I did not intuitively know Him, but the One sending me to immerse in water, that One said to me, ‘Upon whom you see with discernment the Spirit descending and remaining upon, this One is the One immersing in the Holy Spirit.’ 1.34 And I am in a state of having seen with discernment and witnessed that this One is the Son of God.”
1.35 The next day again John stood, and two out from his disciples. 1.36 And glancing at Jesus walking he said, “Look with discernment, the Lamb of God.” 1.37 And the two disciples heard him speaking and followed Jesus. 1.38 And Jesus turning and watching them following said to them, “What do you seek?” And they said to Him, “Rabbi, which saying [is] translated ‘Teacher’, where do you reside?” 1.39 He said to them, “Come and see.” They went and saw where He remained and they remained with Him that day, [the] hour was about tenth (4 PM). 1.40 Andrew was the brother of Simon Peter, one out from the two of the ones listening alongside John and followed Him. 1.41 This one first found his own brother Simon and said to him, “We have found the Messiah”, which is translated, “Anointed One”. 1.42 And he led him towards Jesus. Jesus glancing at him said, “You are Simon, son of John. You will be called Cephas”, which is translated, “A rock”. 1.43 On the next day, He desired to go unto Galilee and He found Philip and Jesus said to him, “Follow Me.” 1.44 And Philip was from Bethsaida out from the city of Andrew and Peter. 1.45 Philip found Nathanael and said to him, “The One Moses wrote in the Law and the Prophets we have found, Jesus the son of Joseph, the One from Nazareth.” 1.46 And Nathanael said to him, “Is it possible that something good can be out from Nazareth?” Philip said to him, “Come and see with discernment.” 1.47 Jesus discerned Nathanael coming towards Him and said concerning him, “Look with discernment, truly an Israelite in whom is no deceit.” 1.48 Nathanael said to Him, “How do you experientially know me?” Jesus answered and said to him, “Before Phillip called you, being under the fig tree, I discerned you.” 1.49 Nathanael answered and said to Him, “Rabbi, you are the Son of God. You are the King of Israel.” 1.50 Jesus answered and said to him, “Because I said to you that I discerned you under the fig tree you believe? You will see with discern greater things than these ones.” 1.51 And He said to him, “Truly, truly I say to you, you will see with discern the heavens opening and the angels of God descending and ascending upon the Son of Man.”
2.1 And on the third day a wedding happened in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. 2.2 And both Jesus and His disciples were called unto the wedding. 2.3 And lacking wine, the Mother of Jesus said towards Him, “They have no wine.” 2.4 And Jesus said to her, “What is it to Me and you, woman? My hour has not yet come.” 2.5 His mother said to the servants, “Do whatever He says to you.” 2.6 Now there were six water pots of stone sitting according to the cleansing of the Jews, holding above two or three measures. 2.7 Jesus said to them, “Fill the water pots of water”. And they filled them to the top. 2.8 And He said to them, “Now draw it out and take it to the toastmaster.” And they took it. 2.9 And as the toastmaster tasted the water it become wine, and he did not intuitively know where it was from, but the servants intuitively knew, the ones who drew out the water. The toastmaster called the bridegroom 2.10 and said to him, “Every man first sets out the good wine and when they are drunk, then the leftover. You kept the good wine until now.” 2.11 Jesus did this the beginning of the signs in Cana of Galilee, and He manifested His glory and the disciples believe on Him.
2.12 After this He went down unto Capernaum, He and His mother and His brothers and His disciples and they did not remain their many days. 2.13 And the Passover of the Jews was near and Jesus went into Jerusalem. 2.14 And He found in the Temple the sellers of oxen and sheep and doves and the money-exchangers sitting. 2.15 And after making a whip out of rope He cast all out of the Temple, both the dove and the oxen and concerning the money-changers He poured out the money and flipped over the tables. 2.16 And to the ones selling doves He said, “You take these from here. You will not make the house of My Father a house of trading.” 2.17 And His disciples remembered that it is written, “The zeal of Your house consumes me.” 2.18 Therefore the Jews answered and said to Him, “What sign do you display to us because you do these things?” 2.19 Jesus answered them and said, “You destroy this Holy of Holies and in three days I will raise it up.” 2.20 Therefore, the Jews said, “This Holy of Holies was built in forty-six years and You in three days will raise it?” 2.21 But that One was speaking concerning the Holy of Holies of His body. 2.22 Therefore when He was raised out from dead [men], His disciples remembered that He said this and they believed in the Scripture and the Word, which Jesus said. 2.23 And as He was in Jerusalem on the Passover, in the feast, many believed upon His name, watching from Him the signs, which He did. 2.24 And Jesus Himself did not believe them because He experientially knows all [men], 2.25 and because He did not have need in order that someone should testify concerning this man for He experientially knew what was in the man.
3.1 And there was a man out from the Pharisees, Nicodemus was his name, head of the Jews. 3.2 This one came before Him at night and said to Him, “Rabbi, we intuitively know that from God You have come a teacher, for no one is inherently able to do these signs, which You do, except God is with Him.” 3.3 Jesus answered and said to him, “Truly, Truly, I say to you, except someone is born from above he is not able to see with discernment the Kingdom of God. 3.4 Nicodemus said towards Him, “How is it possible a man should be born being old? Is it possible to enter his mother’s womb twice and to be born? [No, it is not]” 3.5 Jesus answered, “Truly, truly, I say to you, except someone is born out from water and Spirit he is not able to enter into the Kingdom of God. 3.6 That which is born out from flesh is flesh and that which is born out from Spirit is spirit. 3.7 Do not be astonished that I said to you it is necessary to be born from above. 3.8 The wind blows where it desires and you hear its sound but do not intuitively know where it comes and where it goes, thus are all the ones born out from the Spirit.” 3.9 Nicodemus answered and said to Him, “How it is possible for these things to come to be?” 3.10 Jesus answered and said to Him, “You are the teacher of Israel and you do not experientially know these things?” 3.11 Truly, truly, I say to you that that which we intuitively know we speak and that which we have seen with discernment we testify of, and you yourself do not receive our testimony. 3.12 Since I spoke earthly things to you and you did not believe, how if I speak heavenly things to you will you believe? 3.13 And no one ascended into the heaven, except the One descending out from the heaven, the Son of man, the One who is in the heaven. 3.14 And just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, thus it is necessary the Son of man to be lifted up, 3.15 in order that all the ones believing in Him should not perish but have eternal life. 3.16 For in this way the God loved the world, so that He gave His one of a kind unique Son, in order that all the ones believing in Him should not perish but have eternal life. 3.17 For the God did not send His Son into the world in order that He should judge the world, but in order that the world through Him should be saved. 3.18 The one believing in Him is not judged, but the one not believing is already judged because he is in a state of not believing the one of a kind unique Son of the God. 3.19 And this is the judgment, that the light entered into the world and the men loved the darkness more rather than the light. For their works were malignantly evil. 3.20 For everyone practicing uncultivated works is indifferent to the light and he does not come towards the light in order that his works should not be reproved. 3.21 But the one doing the truth, he comes towards the light in order that his works should be manifested because by God he has been working.
3.22 After these things Jesus and His disciples went into the Judea land and there He remained with them and He was immersing. 3.23 And John was also immersing in Aenon near the Salim because there was a lot of water there and they arrived, and they were being immersed, 3.24 for John was not yet cast into the prison. 3.25 Then a dispute came to be out from the disciples of John with Jews around cleansing. 3.26 And they came towards John and said to him, “Rabbi, He which was with you beyond the Jordon, whom you testified, look with discernment, this one is immersing and all have come towards Him. 3.27 John answered and said, “A man is not able to take anything except that which is given to him out from heaven.” 3.28 You yourselves are witnessing that I said I am not the Messiah but that I am the one sent before that One. 3.29 The one having the bride is a bridegroom, but the friend of the bridegroom, the one standing and hearing concerning him, with joy rejoices because of the voice of the bridegroom. Therefore, this joy of mine has been filled up. 3.30 It is necessary for that One to increase and for me to decrease. 3.31 The One coming from above is above all. The one who is out from the earth is out from the earth and out from the earth he speaks. The One having come out from the heaven is above all. 3.32 And that which He has seen and heard, this He testifies, and no one receives His witness. 3.33 The one receiving His witness sets a seal that the God is true. 3.34 For Whom the God sent, He speaks the utterances of God. For the God does not give the Spirit out from a measure. 3.35 The Father loves the Son and has given all in His hand. 3.36 The one who believes in the Son has eternal life, but the one not believing in the Son does not see, with discernment, life but the wrath of God remains upon him. 4.1 Then as the Lord knew that the Pharisees heard that Jesus made more disciples and immersed more than John, 4.2 although Jesus Himself did not immerse but His disciples, 4.3 He left Judea and departed unto Galilee. 4.4 And it was necessary for Him to pass through the Samaria. 4.5 Then He came into the city of Samaria, which is called Sychar, near the field which Jacob gave to Joseph His son. 4.6 And the well of Jacob was there. Therefore, Jesus, being worn out from the walk sat down thus upon the well. It was the sixth hour. 4.7 A woman came out from Samaria to draw water. Jesus said to her, “Give me to drink.” 4.8 For His disciples had gone into the city in order that they should purchase food. 4.9 Therefore, the Samaritan woman said to Him, “How, you being a Jew, alongside me ask to drink, being a woman of Samaria. For the Jews do not associate with the Samaritans?” 4.10 Jesus answered and said to her, “If you intuitively knew the gift from God, and Who is the One speaking to you, give Me to drink, you would ask Him and He would give to you living water. 4.11 She said to Him, “Sir, you do not have a bucket and the well is deep. Therefore, from where will you have the living water? 4.12 Are you greater than our father Jacob, who gave to us the well and himself drank from it and his sons and his cattle? [No, you are not]” 4.13 Jesus answered and said to her, “Everyone drinking out from this water thirst again, 4.14 but the one drinking out from the water which I give to him, will never thirst into the age, but the water which I give to him will become in him a spring of water bubbling up unto eternal life.” 4.15 The woman said to Him, “Sir, give me this water in order that I should not thirst nor come here to draw.” 4.16 Jesus said to her, “Go, call your husband and come here.” 4.17 The woman answered and said, “I do not have a husband..” Jesus said to her, “Just as you say that you do not have a husband, 4.18 for you had five husbands and now the one you have is not your husband, this you spoke true.” 4.19 The woman said to Him, “Sir, I see you are a prophet. 4.20 Our fathers worshiped in this mountain and you all yourselves say that in Jerusalem is the place where it is necessary to worship.” 4.21 Jesus said to her, “Woman, believe Me that an hour is coming when neither in this mountain nor in Jerusalem will all of you worship the Father.” 4.22 You all yourselves worship Who you do not intuitively know. We ourselves worship Who we intuitively know because the salvation is out from the Jews. 4.23 But an hour has come and now is when the true worshipers worship the Father in spirit and truth, for also the Father seeks such as these to worship Him. 4.24 God is Spirit and the ones worshiping Him it is necessary to worship in spirit and in truth.” 4.25 The woman said to Him, “I intuitively know that Messiah will come, the one called Christ. When that One comes He will announce to us all things” 4.26 Jesus said to her, “I am the One speaking to you.” 4.27 And upon this His disciples came and marveled because He spoke with a woman, yet no one said, “What do you seek? or why do you speak with her?” 4.28 Therefore, the woman left her water pot and went into the city and said to the men, 4.29 “Come see with discernment a man who said to me all as much as I have done, this couldn’t be the Christ.” 4.30 They went out from the city and came towards Him. 4.31 In the meantime the disciples requested to Him saying, “Rabbi, eat.” 4.32 But He said to them, “I have food to eat which you do not intuitively know.’ 4.33 Therefore, the disciples said toward one another, “Has someone brought Him to eat?” 4.34 Jesus said to them, “It is My food, in order that I should do the desirous will of the One who sent me and should complete His work.” 4.35 Do you yourselves not say that there are yet four months and the harvest comes. Look with discernment, I say to you, lift up your eyes and look at the fields because they are white towards the harvest already. 4.36 And the one reaping receives a wage and he gathers fruit unto eternal life in order that also the sower and the reaper together rejoice. 4.37 For in this word is truth, that one is the sower and another the reaper. 4.38 I sent you to reap that which you did not toil. Others toiled and you have come unto their labor. 4.39 And out from that city many believed in Him from Samaria because the word of the women who testified that He said to me all, as much as, I have done. 4.40 Therefore as the Samaritans came towards Him, they requested He should remain alongside them and He remained there two days. 4.41 And many more believed because of His word. 4.42 And they were saying to the woman that we do not believe because of what you said, for we have heard Him and we intuitively know that this man is the savior of the world, the Christ. 4.43 And after two days He departed there into the Galilee. 4.44 For Jesus Himself testified that a prophet in his own hometown does not have honor. 4.45 Therefore, when He entered into Galilee, the Galileans welcomed Him, all having seen with discernment as much as He did in Jerusalem during the feast, for they also went to the feast. 4.46 Then He came again unto the Cana of Galilee where He made the water wine. And there was a certain noble-man whose son was sick in Capernaum. 4.47 This one having heard that Jesus came out from Judea unto Galilee, departed toward Him and asked Him in order that He should come down and heal his son, for he was about to die. 4.48 Therefore, the Jesus said toward him, “Except signs and wonders you all see with discernment, you will not believe.” 4.49 The noble-man said towards Him, “Sir, come down before my son dies.” 4.50 The Jesus said to him, “Go, your sons lives.” And the man believed the word which Jesus said to Him and went. 4.51 And as he was going down, his servants meet him and announced saying, “your son lives.” 4.52 Therefore he inquired the hour from them in which he received better health and they said to him that yesterday around the seventh hour he was freed from the fever. 4.53 Therefore the father knew that, in that same hour in which Jesus said to him that your son lives. And he, himself, believed and his whole house. 4.54 This again a second sign Jesus did, after coming out of Judah unto Galilee.
5.1 After these things was the feast of the Jews and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 5.2 And a pool at an area pertaining to the sheep was in the Jerusalem, which is called upon in Hebrew Bethesda, having five porches. 5.3 In these lay many of the sick, blind, lame, and withered awaiting the movement of the water. 5.4 For an angel according to a time went down in the pool and troubled the water, therefore the first embarking one after the disturbance of the water became healthy from that which at any time he was being held by sickness. 5.5 And there was a certain man there, thirty-eight years held by his weakness. 5.6 This one Jesus having seen lying sick and knowing that he had already much time, said to him, “Do you desire to become healthy?” 5.7 The weak one answered Him, “Sir, I do not have a man in order that when the water is troubled to cast me into the pool, but in which while I am coming another before me goes down. 5.8 Jesus said to him, “Rise up, take up your bed and walk.” 5.9 And immediately the man became healthy and he took up his bed and walked. And there was a Sabbath in that day. 5.10 Therefore the Jews were saying to the one who was healed, it is a Sabbath and it is not permissible for you to carry your bed. 5.11 He answered them, “The one who made me healthy, that one said to me, take up your bed and walk.” 5.12 Therefore they answered him, “Who is this man, the one saying to you, take up your bed and walk?” 5.13 But the one healed did not intuitively know who he was. For Jesus withdrew, a crowd being in that place. 5.14 After these things Jesus found him in the temple and said to him, “I see you have become healthy. Do not sin, in order that something worse to you should not come to be.” 5.15 The man departed and announced to the Jews that Jesus is the One who made him healthy. 5.16 And because of this the Jews persecuted Jesus and sought to kill Him because these things were done in a Sabbath. 5.17 But Jesus answered to them, My Father until now is working just as I am working. 5.18 Therefore, because of this the Jews sought even more to kill Him, for not only did He release the Sabbath, but also, He said His very own Father is God, making Himself equal with the God. 5.19 Therefore, Jesus answered and said to them, “Truly, Truly I say to you, the Son is not able to do anything from Himself, except what He sees the Father doing. For the things which that One should do, these things also the Son likewise does. 5.20 For the Father is fond of the Son and shows Him all things which He does and greater works than these He will show to Him, in order that you all yourselves will marvel. 5.21 For just as the Father raises the dead and gives life, thus also the Son gives life to whom He desires. 5.22 For the Father judges no one, but has given all judgment to the Son, 5.23 in order that all should honor the Son, just as they honor the Father. The one not honoring the Son does not honor the Father, the One who sent Him. 5.24 Truly, truly I say to you that the one hearing My Word and believing in the One who sent Me, he has eternal life, and he will not go into judgment, but will be removed out of the death into the life. 5.25 Truly, truly I say to you that an hour has come and now is when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God and the ones hearing will live. 5.26 For just as the Father has life in Himself, thus He gave also to the Son to have life in Himself. 5.27 And He gave authority to Him to execute judgment because the He is the Son of man. 5.28 Do not marvel at this because an hour has come in which all the ones in the graves will hear His voice 5.29 and will come forth, the ones doing good unto a resurrection of life, the ones practicing fallow things unto a resurrection of judgment. 5.30 I, on my part, can do nothing from Myself. Just as I hear, I judge. And My judgment is righteous because I do not seek My Own desirous will but the desirous will of the Father, the One Who sent Me. 5.31 If I, on my part, testify concerning Myself, My testimony is not true. 5.32 Another one is the witness concerning Me and I intuitively know that the witness is true, which he testifies concerning Me. 5.33 You, yourselves, have sent to John and he gave testimony to the truth. 5.34 But I do not receive testimony alongside a man, but these things I say in order that you should be saved. 5.35 That one was a burning and shining lamp, and you desired to rejoice towards an hour in his light. 5.36 But I, on my part, I have the greater witness than John. For the works which the Father gives to Me in order that I should finish these, these works that I do testify concerning Me because the Father has sent Me. 5.37 And the Father, the One who sent Me, Himself testified concerning Me. You have not heard His voice at any time, nor seen with discernment His form. 5.38 And His Word you do not have abiding in you because Whom that One sent, this One you do not believe. 5.39 Search the Scriptures, because you think in them to have eternal life, and those ones are the witness concerning Me. 5.40 And you do not desire to come towards Me in order that you should have life. 5.41 I do not receive honor from men, 5.42 but I have known you, that you do not have the love of God among yourselves. 5.43 I came in the name of My Father and you all did not receive Me. If, perhaps, another came in his own name you would receive that one. 5.44 How do you have the ability to believe, while receiving an opinion alongside one another and the opinion, the one alongside the only God, you do not seek? 5.45 Do not think that I will accuse you before the Father, there is the one accusing you, Moses, unto whom you have hoped. 5.46 For since you believe Moses, you should believe Me, for concerning Me that one wrote. 5.47 But since you do not believe in the writings of that one you, how will you believe in My utterances?
6.1 After these things Jesus went on the other side of the sea of Galilee; of Tiberias. 6.2 And a large crowd followed Him because they saw from Him the signs which He did upon the weak ones. 6.3 And Jesus came unto the mountain, and there He was sitting with His disciples. 6.4 And it was near the Passover, the feast of the Jews. 6.5 Therefore, Jesus having lifted up the eyes and seeing that a great crowd came towards Him, said to Philip, “From where will we buy bread in order that they should eat?” 6.6 And this He said to test him, for He intuitively know what He was about to do. 6.7 Philip answering Him, “Bread of two hundred denarii is not sufficient for them in order that each one of them should receive a little something” 6.8 One out from the disciples said to Him, Andrew the brother of Simon Peter, 6.9 “There is a child in here which has five loaves of barley and two small fish, but what are these unto so many?” 6.10 And Jesus said, “Make the men to recline”. Now there was a lot of grass in this place. Therefore, the men reclined, the number was about five thousand. 6.11 And Jesus took the bread and after giving thanks distributed to the disciples and the disciples to the ones reclining. Likewise, also out from the fish, as much as they desired. 6.12 And as they were satisfied, He said to His disciples, “Gather the abundant pieces in order that some do not perish.” 6.13 Therefore, they gathered and loaded twelve baskets of pieces out from the five loaves of barley, which remained of the ones eaten. 6.14 Therefore, the men seeing with discernment that Jesus had done a sign said that, “This is truly the prophet, the one coming into the world.” 6.15 Therefore, Jesus knowing that they were about to come and seize Him in order that they should make Him King, He withdrew into the mountain, Himself alone. 6.16 And as evening came, His disciples went down upon to the sea 6.17 and embarked unto the boat, going over the sea unto Capernaum. And it was already dark there, and Jesus had not come towards them. 6.18 And the sea, was stirred up, while a great wind was blowing. 6.19 Therefore, after having rowed twenty-five or thirty measures, they watched Jesus walking upon the sea and coming near the boat and they were afraid. 6.20 But He said to them, “I am, do not be afraid.” 6.21 Therefore, they desired to receive Him into the boat, and immediately the boat came to be upon the land unto which they departed. 6.22 On the next day, the crowd, the one standing on the other side of the sea, seeing that there was not another boat there, except that one into which His disciples embarked, and that Jesus did not enter together with His disciples into the boat, but His disciples alone departed, 6.23 but indeed boats came out from Tiberias near the place where they ate bread, after giving thank from the Lord. 6.24 When therefore the crowd saw that Jesus was not there nor His disciples, they, themselves, embarked in the boats and came unto Capernaum seeking Jesus. 6.25 And finding Him across the sea they said to Him, “Rabbi, how did you come here?” 6.26 Jesus answered them and said, “Truly, truly I say to you, you seek Me not because you saw a sign but because you ate out from the bread and were full. 6.27 Do not work for the food that perishes, but the food remaining because of eternal life, which the Son of Man will give to you, for God the Father has sealed this One.” 6.28 Therefore they said towards Him, “What should we do in order that we should work the works of God?” 6.29 Jesus answered and said to them, “This is the work of God, in order that you believe into Whom that One sent.” 6.30 Therefore, they said to Him, “Therefore, what sign do you perform in order that we should see with discernment and should believe you? What are you working? 6.31 Our fathers ate the manna in the wilderness just as it is written, “Bread out from heaven he gave them to eat.” 6.32 Therefore Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly I say to you, Moses did not give to you bread out from heaven but My Father gave to you the true bread out from the heaven” 6.33 For the bread from the God is the One sent down out from the heaven and gives life to the world. 6.34 Therefore they said towards Him, “Sir, you continually give us this bread” 6.35 Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of the life. The one coming towards me will never hunger and the one believing in Me will never thirst at any time. 6.36 But I say to you that also you have seen Me, and you do not believe. 6.37 Each, which the Father gives to Me, will come and the one coming towards Me will never be cast outside, 6.38 because I came down out from heaven in order to not do My desirous will, but the desirous will of the One Who sent Me. 6.39 And this is the desirous will of the One Who sent Me, in order that all, which He gave to Me, I should not destroy out from it, but I should raise it in the last day. 6.40 And this is the desirous will of the One Who sent Me in order that all, the one watching the Son and believing in Him, should have eternal life and I should raise him in the last day. 6.41 Therefore the Jews were murmuring concerning Him because He said, “I am the bread, the one coming down out from the heaven.” 6.42 And they said, “Is not this Jesus, the son of Joseph, whose father and mother we intuitively know? Therefore, how does this one say, ‘I came down out from heaven?’” 6.43 Therefore, Jesus answered and said to them, “Stop murmur with one another. 6.44 No one has the inherent ability to come towards Me unless the Father, the One Who sent Me, draws him, and I will raise him in the last day. 6.45 It is written in the prophets, ‘And they will be all taught of God.’ Therefore, everyone hearing alongside the Father and having learned, he comes towards Me. 6.46 Not that anyone has seen with discernment the Father, except for the One Who is alongside the God, this One has seen with discernment the Father. 6.47 Truly, truly I say to you the one believing in Me has eternal life. 6.48 I, on my part, I am the bread of the life. 6.49 Your fathers ate the manna in the wilderness and have died. 6.50 This is the bread, the one out from heaven coming down, in order that someone out from Him should eat and not die. 6.51 I, on my part, I am the bread of the life, the One coming down out from the heaven. If, perhaps, someone should eat out from this bread, he will live into the age. And the bread indeed which I give, it is my flesh, which I give on behalf of the life of the world. 6.52 Therefore, the Jews quarreled facing one another while saying, “How is it possible for this one to give to us the flesh to eat?” 6.53 Therefore, Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly I say to you, except you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood you do not have eternal life among yourselves. 6.54 The one eating My flesh and drinking My blood has eternal life, and I will raise him in the last day. 6.55 For My flesh is true food and My blood is true drink. 6.56 The one eating My flesh and drinking My blood abides in Me and I in him. 6.57 Just as the living Father sent Me, just as I live through the Father also the one eating Me, that one will live through Me. 6.58 This is the bread the One out from the heaven having come down, not just as your Fathers ate manna and died, the one eating this bread will live into the age.” 6.59 These things He spoke in synagogue while teaching in Capernaum. 6.60 Therefore many out from His disciples hearing said, “This word is hard, who is able to listen to it?” 6.61 But Jesus intuitively knew in Himself that His disciples were murmuring concerning this, said to them, “This scandalizes you? 6.62 Therefore what if you should watch the Son of Man while ascending where He was before? 6.63 The Spirit is the One Who gives life, the flesh profits nothing. The utterances, which I spoke to you are spirit and are life. 6.64 But there are some out from you which do not believe.” For Jesus intuitively knew out from the beginning who are the ones not believing and who is the one who will betray Him. 6.65 And He said, “Because of this, I said to you that it is not possible to come towards Me except it was given to him out from the Father.” 6.66 Out from this many of His disciples departed unto that which is behind and no longer walked with Him. 6.67 Therefore Jesus said to the twelve, “Do you not also desire to go away?” 6.68 Simon Peter answered to Him, “Lord, towards who will we depart? You have the utterances of eternal life. 6.69 And we have believed and have experientially known that you are the Christ the Son of the living God.” 6.70 Jesus answered to him, “Did not I pick out the twelve of you and out from you one is a devil?” 6.71 And He spoke of Judas of Simon Iscariot, for this one was about to betray Him, one being out from the twelve.
7.1 And Jesus was walking, after these things, in Galilee, for He did not desire to walk in Judea because the Jews sought to kill Him. 7.2 And the feast of the Jews, the feast of booths, was near. 7.3 Therefore, His brothers said to Him, “Depart from here and go down unto Judea in order that your disciples may watch your works which you are doing. 7.4 For no one does something in secret and seeks himself to be in boldness. Since you do these things, show yourself to the world.” 7.5 For none of His brothers believed in Him. 7.6 Therefore Jesus said to them, “My time has not yet come, but your time already is present. 7.7 The world does not have the inherent ability to be indifferent to you, but it is indifferent to Me because I testify concerning it, that its works are malignantly evil. 7.8 You for yourselves go up unto this feast, I, on my part, will not yet go up unto this feast because My time is not yet fulfilled.” 7.9 And after saying these things to them, He remained in Galilee. 7.10 And as His brothers went up, then also He went up unto the feast, not openly, but as in secret. 7.11 Therefore the Jews were seeking Him at the feast and said, “Where is that One?” 7.12 And there was much murmuring concerning Him among the crowd. Ones saying that He is good, others saying No, but He leads astray the people. 7.13 Yet no one in boldness spoke concerning Him because the fear of the Jews. 7.14 And at about the middle of the feast Jesus went up unto the Temple and taught. 7.15 And the Jews marveled, saying, “How does this One intuitively know scripture, having not been taught?” 7.16 Therefore Jesus answered them and said, “My doctrine is not out from Me, but out from the One who sent Me.” 7.17 If perhaps someone desires to do His desirous will, he will experientially know concerning the doctrine whether it is out from God or I from Myself speak. 7.18 The one speaking from himself seeks his own opinion, but the one seeking the opinion of the one sending him, this one is true and unrighteousness is not in him. 7.19 Did not Moses give to you the Law and none out from you do the Law? Why do you seek to kill me?” 7.20 The crowd answered and said, “You have a demon, who is trying to kill you?” 7.21 Jesus answered them and said to them, “I did one work, and you all marveled. 7.22 Because of this Moses gave to you the circumcision, not because you are out from Moses, but out from the fathers, and on a Sabbath you circumcise a man. 7.23 Since a man receives circumcision on a Sabbath, in order that he should not release the Law of Moses, why are you angry with Me because I made a whole man healthy on a Sabbath? 7.24 Do not judge according to appearance, but you judge a righteous judgment.” 7.25 Therefore, some out from Jerusalem said, “Is this not the one you are seeking to kill? 7.26 And look with discernment! He speaks boldly, and you are saying nothing. Do the rulers truly know that this One is the true Messiah? 7.27 But we do intuitively know from where this one is, but the Christ when He comes, no one knows from where it is. 7.28 Therefore, Jesus cried out in the Temple, teaching and saying, “And also you intuitively know! You intuitively know from where I am and I came not from Myself. But the One sending Me is true, Whom you do not intuitively know. 7.29 I intuitively know Him, because from Him I am. And that One sent Me.” 7.30 Therefore, they were seeking to seize Him, but no one cast upon Him the hands, because His hour had not yet come. 7.31 And out from the crowd many believed on Him and were saying that, “When the Messiah comes will He not do as many signs of these, which this One has done?” 7.32 The Pharisees heard the crowd murmuring these things concerning Him and the Pharisees and the High Priests sent officers in order that they should seize Him. 7.33 Therefore Jesus said, “Yet a little while I am with you, and I go towards the One Who sent Me. 7.34 You will seek Me and will not find, and where I am you do not have the inherent ability to come. 7.35 Therefore the Jews said towards themselves, “Where is this one about to go that we cannot find him? Is he about to go unto the dispersion of the Greeks and to teach the Greeks. 7.36 What is this word which He said, you will seek me, and you will not find, and where I am you do not have the ability to come?”
7.37 In the last great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried out saying, “If someone thirsts, come to Me and drink. 7.38 The one believing in Me, just as the Scripture said, “A river out from the belly will flow of living water.” 7.39 And this He said concerning the Spirit, Who is about to come to receive the ones believing in Him. For not yet was the Holy Spirit because Jesus was not yet glorified. 7.40 Therefore many out from the crowd having heard the word said, “This one is truly the Prophet.” 7.41 Others were saying, “This One is the Messiah”, others were saying, “For not out from Galilee will the Messiah come? 7.42 Does not the Scripture say that out from the seed of David, and from Bethlehem of the village where David was the Messiah will come?” 7.43 Therefore a division came to be among the crowd because of Him. 7.44 But some out from them desired to seize Him, but no one cast the hands upon Him. 7.45 Therefore the officers came towards the High Priests and Pharisees and they said to them, “That one, why did you not bring him?” 7.46 The officers answered saying, “No man ever thus spoke as this man.” 7.47 Therefore the Pharisees answered to them, “You are not also deceived? 7.48 No one out from the Rulers believed in Him, or out from the Pharisees. 7.49 But this crowd, not experientially knowing the Law, is cursed.” 7.50 Nicodemus said toward them, the one coming to Him at night – one who was out from them, 7.51 “Our law does not judge a man except it should be heard before from Him and it should be know what He is doing?” 7.52 They answered and said to him, “Are you also out from Galilee? Examine and look with discernment that a prophet is not raised out from Galilee.” 7.53 And each one proceeded unto his house. 8.1 And Jesus proceeded to the Mount of Olives.
8.2 And at day break again He went into the Temple and all the people were coming. And having sat down He taught them. 8.3 And the Scribes and the Pharisees brought to Him a woman caught in adultery and having stood her in the midst, 8.4 saying to Him, “Teacher, this woman was caught, upon the very act, committing adultery. 8.5 Now in the Law, Moses command to us such as these are to be stoned. Therefore, what do you say?” 8.6 But they said this while tempting Him, in order that they should have to accuse Him. And Jesus while bending down wrote with the finger in the earth. 8.7 And as He continued they kept asking Him. Having straightened up He said towards them, “The one among you without sin, let him cast the first stone upon her.” 8.8 And again stooping down He wrote in the earth. 8.9 And they, the ones hearing, also while being convicted upon the conscience, went out one by one, starting from the elder and ending with Jesus alone and the woman being in the midst. 8.10 And, after straightening up, Jesus said to her, “Woman, where are those your accusers? Has no one condemns you?” 8.11 And the [women] said, “No one, sir,” And Jesus said, “Neither do I condemn you. Go and sin no more.”
8.12 Therefore, again Jesus speaking to them saying, “I am the light of the world, the one following Me will never walk in the darkness but will have the light of life.” 8.13 Therefore, the Pharisees said to Him, “You testify concerning yourself. Your testimony is not true.” 8.14 Jesus answered and said to them, “Even though I witness concerning Myself, My witness is true because I intuitively know where I came from and where I go. But you do not intuitively know where I come and where I go” 8.15 You according to the flesh judge, I do not judge anyone. 8.16 And if perhaps I judge, indeed I, my judgment is truth because I am not alone, but I and the Father Who sent Me. 8.17 And in the law, indeed in your [law], it is written that by two men the witness is true. 8.18 I am the witness concerning myself and the Father Who sent me witness concerning Me. 8.19 Therefore, they said to Him, “Where is Your Father?” Jesus answered, “You do not intuitively know Me or My Father, if you had seen with discernment Me also you would have seen with discernment My Father.” 8.20 These utterances Jesus spoke in the treasury, teaching in the Temple, and no one seized Him because His hour had not yet come.
8.21 Therefore, Jesus said again to them, “I am going, and you will seek Me and you will die in your sin. Where I go you do not have the inherent ability to come.” 8.22 Therefore, the Jews were saying, “Will he kill himself, because he said, ‘Where I go you do not have the inherent ability to come’?” 8.23 And He said to them, “You are out from the below, I am out from the above. You are out from this world, I am not out from this world. 8.24 Therefore I said to you that you will die in your sins. For if perhaps you will not believe that I AM, you will die in your sins.” 8.25 Therefore They said to Him, “Who are you?” And Jesus said to them, “The beginning, that which what also I said to you. 8.26 I have much concerning you to say and to judge, but the One sending Me is true and also that which I heard from Him, this I say to the world.” 8.27 They did not experientially know that He was speaking the Father to them. 8.28 Therefore Jesus said to them, “When you lift up the son of man, then you will experientially know that I AM and from Myself I do nothing, but just as My Father taught Me, these things I speak. 8.29 And the One sending Me is with Me. The Father has not left Me alone because I always do the things pleasing to Him. 8.30 While speaking these things of Himself many believed in Him. 8.31 Therefore, Jesus said towards the Jews who had believed in Him, “If perhaps you remain in My Word, truly you are my disciples 8.32 and you will experientially know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” 8.33 They answered to Him, “We are a seed of Abraham and no one has ever enslaved us. How do you say that ‘You all will become free’?” 8.34 Jesus answered to them, “Truly, truly I say to you that all the ones doing the sin are slaves to the sin. 8.35 And the slave does not remain in the house into the age. The son remains into the age. 8.36 If perhaps therefore the son sets you free, you are actually free. 8.37 I intuitively know that you are a seed of Abraham, but you seek to kill Me because My word has no room among you all. 8.38 I speak that which I see with discernment from My Father and therefore you do that which you see with discernment from your father” 8.39 They answered and said to Him, “Our father is Abraham.” Jesus said to them, “If you were children of Abraham you would do the works of Abraham. 8.40 But now you seek to kill Me, a man who has spoken the truth to you which He heard from the God. Abraham did not do this. 8.41 You do the works of your father.” Therefore, they said to Him, “We were not born out of fornication. We have one father, the God.” 8.42 Therefore Jesus said to them, “If the God was your Father you would love Me, for I came out from God and I am present. For I have not come from Myself, but that One sent Me.” 8.43 Why do you not experientially know My saying? Because you do not have the inherent ability to hear My words. 8.44 You are out from your father the devil, and you desirously will to do your father’s desires. That man was from the beginning and did not stand in the truth because there is no truth in him. When he speaks the lie out from his own he speaks because he is a liar and the father of it. 8.45 And because I speak the truth you do not believe Me. 8.46 Who out from you convicts Me concerning sin? Since I speak truth why do you not believe Me? 8.47 The one who is out from God hears the utterances from God, because of this you do not hear, because you are not out from God. 8.48 Therefore, the Jews answered Him and said to Him, “Do we not speak proper that you are a Samaritan and have a demon? 8.49 Jesus answered, “I do not have a demon, but I honor My father, and you dishonor Me.” 8.50 And I do not seek My opinion, He is the One seeking and judging 8.51 Truly, truly I say to you, if perhaps someone keeps My words, he will never watch death into the age. 8.52 Therefore, the Jews said to Him, “Now we experientially know that you have a demon. Abraham is dead, and the prophets and you say, “If someone keeps My word he will never become dead into the age.” 8.53 Are you greater than our father Abraham, who is dead. And the prophets who died. Who do you make yourself?” 8.54 Jesus answered, “If perhaps I glorify myself, My opinion is nothing. The Father, the One expressing a proper opinion of Me, whom you say that He is your God 8.55 And you do not experientially know Him, but I intuitively know Him, and if I should say that I do not intuitively know Him, I will be like you, a liar, but I intuitively know Him and I keep His word. 8.56 Your father Abraham rejoiced in order that he should see My day and he saw it and he was glad.” 8.57 Therefore, the Jews said toward Him, “You do not yet has fifty years and you have seen Abraham?” 8.58 Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly I say to you, before Abraham come to be, I am.” 8.59 Therefore, they picked up stones in order that they should cast upon Him, but Jesus was concealed and He went out from the Temple, while passing through their midst, and He passed by thus.
9.1 And while passing by He saw a man, blind out from birth. 9.2 And His disciples asked Him saying, “Rabbi, who sinned, this one or his parents in order that he should be born blind?” 9.3 Jesus answered, “Neither this one sinned nor his parents, but in order that the work of God should be manifested in him. 9.4 It is necessary for Me to work the works of the One who sent Me as long as it is day. Night is coming when no one has the inherent ability to work. 9.5 When I am in this world, I am light of the world. “9.6 Having said these things He spit on the ground and made clay out from the saliva and smeared the clay upon blind man’s eyes 9.7 and said to him, “Go to wash in the pool of Siloam, which is interpreted ‘having been sent’”. Therefore, he went and washed, and he came seeing. 9.8 Therefore, the neighbors and the ones before watching him because he was blind, said, “This is not the same one sitting and begging?” 9.9 Some others said that this one is, but others said he is likened to him. That one said, “I am.” 9.10 Therefore they said to him, “How were your eyes opened?” 9.11 That one answered and said, “A man called Jesus made clay and smeared it on my eyes and said to me, go unto the pool of Siloam and to wash.” And after departed and washing I received sight. 9.12 Therefore they said, “Where is that one?” He said, “I do not intuitively know.” 9.13 They brought him before the Pharisees, the one formally blind. 9.14 And it was a Sabbath when Jesus made clay and opened his eyes. 9.15 Therefore, again they questioned him and the Pharisees, “How did you received sight?” And he said to them, “He placed clay upon my eyes and I washed, and I see.” 9.16 Therefore some out from the Pharisees said, “This man is not from God because he does not keep the Sabbath.” Others said, “How does a sinful man have the natural ability to perform such signs? And a division was among them. 9.17 They said to the blind man again, “What do you say concerning him, because he opened your eyes?” And he said that He is a prophet. 9.18 Therefore, the Jews did not believe concerning Him that he was blind and received sight until they called his parents, of the one who could see. 9.19 And they questioned them saying, “Is this your son, which you say that he was born blind? Therefore, how just now does he see?” 9.20 And his parents answered them and said, “We intuitively know that this is our son, and that he was born blind. 9.21 But how now he sees we do not intuitively know. He has mature age, ask him. He will speak concerning himself.” 9.22 His parents said these things because they were fearing the Jews for the Jews already agreed together in order that if someone verbally agreed He is Christ, he would become expelled from synagogue. 9.23 Because of this his parents said that he has maturity question him. 9.24 Therefore they called the man, who was blind, a second time and said to him, “You give glory to God. We ourselves intuitively know this man is a sinner.” 9.25 Therefore he answered and said, “If, assuming it is true, he is a sinner I do not intuitively know. One thing I do intuitively know that I was blind, now I see.” 9.26 And they said to him again, “What did he do to you? How have your eyes been opened?” 9.27 He answered them, “I said to you already and you do not listen. Why again do you desire to hear? Do you not also desire to become His disciple?” 9.28 They reviled him and said, “you are that one’s disciple, but we are Moses’ disciples. 9.29 We ourselves intuitively know that God spoke to Moses, but that one we do not intuitively know where he is from.” 9.30 The man answered and said to them, “For in this is an amazing thing that you do not intuitively know where he is from, and he opened my eyes. 9.31 We intuitively know that God does not hear a sinner, but if perhaps someone should be God-fearing and should do His desirous will, that one He hears. 9.32 Out from the ages it has not been heard that someone opened the eyes of one born blind 9.33 If, assuming it is true, this man is not from God he would not have the inherent ability to do anything.” 9.34 They answered and said to him, “In sin you were wholly born and you teach us?” and they cast him outside.”
9.35 Jesus heard that they cast him outside and finding him He said to him, “Do you believe in the Son of God?” 9.36 That one answered and said, “And Who is He, sir, in order that I should believe in Him?” 9.37 And Jesus said to him, “And you have seen Him with discernment and the One speaking with you is that One.” 9.38 And he said, “I believe, Lord, and worshipped Him.” 9.39 And Jesus said, “Because of judgment I came into this world in order that the ones not seeing should see and the ones seeing should become blind.” 9.40 And they heard, out from the Pharisees, these things, the ones who were with Him and said to Him, “Are we also blind?” 9.41 Jesus said to them, “If, assuming it is true, you were blind, you would not now have sin, but you say, that we see, therefore your sin remains. 10.1 Truly, truly I say to you, the one not coming through the door into the courtyard of the sheep, but goes up by another way, that one is a thief and a criminal. 10.2 But the one entering through the door is the shepherd of the sheep. 10.3 To this one the door keeper opens, and the sheep hear his voice, and he calls his own sheep according to name and he leads them out. 10.4 And when casts out his own sheep, he goes before them and the sheep follow him because they intuitively know his voice. 10.5 And to another they never follow but flee from him because they do not intuitively know the voice belonging to the another one.” 10.6 Jesus said this proverb to them, but those ones did not experientially know what things where, that which He spoke to them. 10.7 Therefore Jesus said again to them, “Truly, truly I say to you that I am the door of the sheep. 10.8 All, as many as, have come, they are thieves and criminals, but the sheep did not hear them. 10.9 I am the door through Me if perhaps someone enters he will be saved and he will come in and he will go out and he will find pasture. 10.10 The thief does not come except in order that he should steal and kill and destroy. I come in order that they should have life and have abundance. 10.11 I am the proper Shepherd; the proper Shepherd lays down his life concerning the sheep. 10.12 But the hired hand and not being a shepherd, who is not the sheep’s owner, watches the wolf coming and leaves the sheep and they flee and the wolf seizes them and scatters the sheep 10.13 and the hired hand flees because he is a hired hand and does not care about it, concerning the sheep. 10.14 I am the proper Shepherd and I experientially know My own, and I am experientially known by My own. 10.15 Just as the Father experientially knows Me and also, I experientially know the Father, and My life I lay down concerning the sheep. 10.16 And other sheep I have, which are not out from this. And it is necessary for Me to lead those ones. And they will hear My voice and will become one flock, one Shepherd. 10.17 Because of this the Father loves Me, because I lay down My life in order that again I should receive it. 10.18 No one takes it from Me, but I lay it down from Myself. I have authority to lay it down it and I have authority to again take it. This commandment I received from My Father. 10.19 Therefore a division again came to be among the Jews because of these words. 10.20 And many out from them said, “He has a demon and is insane. Why do you listen to him?” 10.21 Others said, “These utterances are not of a demon. Does a demon have the inherent ability to open the eyes of the blind?”
10.22 And the Feast of Dedication in Jerusalem came, and it was winter. 10.23 And Jesus walked into the Temple, in Solomon’s porch. 10.24 Therefore the Jews surrounded and said to Him, “Until when will you take our souls. If you are the Christ, you tell us boldly. 10.25 Jesus answered to them, “I told you and you did not believe. The works which I perform in the name of My Father, these testify concerning Me. 10.26 But you do not believe for you are not out from My sheep, just as I said to you. 10.27 My sheep hear My voice and I experientially know them, and they follow Me. 10.28 And I give to them eternal life, and they will never perish into the age, and someone will not seize them out from My hand. 10.29 My Father, Who gave to Me, He is greater than all and no one had the inherent ability to seize out from My Father’s hand. 10.30 I and the Father are one thing. 10.31 Therefore, the Jews again took up stones in order that they should stone Him. 10.32 Jesus answered them, “Many proper works I have shown you out from My Father, because of which of these works do you stone Me?” 10.33 The Jews answered to Him saying, “Concerning proper works we do not stone you, but concerning blasphemy and because you, being a man, make yourself God.” 10.34 Jesus answered to them, “Is it not written in your law, ‘I said, you are gods?’ 10.35 If, assuming it is true, that One said, ‘gods’, facing whom the Word of God came, and the Scriptures cannot be loosed, 10.36 Whom the Father sanctified and sent into the world, you say that He blasphemies because He said, I am the Son of God? 10.37 If I do not do the works of My father, do not believe Me. 10.38 But if I do, even though you do not believe Me, believe the works in order that you know and believe that in Me the Father, and also I in Him.” 10.39 Therefore they sought again to seize Him and He went out from their hands. 10.40 And He departed again beyond the Jordan into the place where John was first immersing and remained there. 10.41 And many came towards Him and they said that on the one hand John did not perform any signs, on the other hand all, as much as, John said concerning that one was true. 10.42 And many their believed in Him.
11.1 And a certain man was sick, Lazarus of Bethany out from the village of Mary and Martha her sister. 11.2 And Mary was the one who anointed the Lord with perfume, and wiped His feet with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was sick. 11.3 Therefore, the sisters sent to Him saying, “Lord, look with discernment, whom you are fond of is sick.” 11.4 And after Jesus heard, He said, “this sickness is not facing death, but concerning the proper opinion of God in order that the Son of God should be glorified through it.” 11.5 Now Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. 11.6 Therefore, as hearing that he was sick, at that time He remained in which place He was two days. 11.7 Then after this He said to the disciples, “Let us go again unto Judea.” 11.8 The disciples said to Him, “Rabbi, now the Jews seek to stone You, and again You will go there?” 11.9 Jesus answered, “Are there not twelve hours of the day? If perhaps someone walks in the day, he will not stumble because he sees the light of this world. 11.10 But if perhaps someone walks in darkness, he stumbles because the light is not in him.” 11.11 These things He said and after this He said, “Lazarus, our friend, is sleeping, but I will go in order that I should wake him.” 11.12 There His disciples said, “Lord, if he sleeps, he will be saved.” 11.13 And Jesus spoke concerning his death, but those ones thought that He spoke concerning the rest of sleep. 11.14 Therefore, then Jesus said boldly to them, “Lazarus is dead 11.15 and I rejoice because of you in order that you should believe that I was not there, but we go towards him.” 11.16 Therefore, Thomas, the one called Didymus, said to his fellow disciples, “Let us also go in order that we should die with Him.” 11.17 Therefore, Jesus after coming found he was already in the grave four days. 11.18 And Bethany was near Jerusalem about 1.7 miles. 11.19 And many out from the Jews had come towards concerning Martha and Mary in order that they should console them concerning their brother. 11.20 Therefore, Martha as she heard that Jesus came went to meet Him, but Mary sat in the house. 11.21 Therefore, Martha said towards Jesus, “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died. 11.22 But also now I intuitively know that as much as you ask God, the God will give it to you.” 11.23 Jesus said to her, “You brother will be raise.” 11.24 Martha said to Him, “I intuitively know that he will be raised in the resurrection in the last day.” 11.25 Jesus said to her, “I, on my part, I am the resurrection and the life, the one believing in me, even if he dies, he will live.” 11.26 And all the ones living and believing in me will not ever die into the age. Do you believe this?” 11.27 she said to Him, “Yes, Lord, I am in a state of believing that you are the Christ the Son of God, the one coming into the world.” 11.28 And after saying these things departed and secretly called Mary her sister, saying, “The Teacher is alongside and calls you.” 11.29 As hearing that she raised up quickly and when toward Him. 11.30 Now Jesus had not yet come unto the town but was in the place where Martha meet Him. 11.31 Therefore, the Jews, the ones with her in the house and comforting her, seeing Mary that she quickly rose and went after hearing her, were saying that she is going unto the tomb in order that she may weep there. 11.32 Therefore Mary as she went where Jesus was, seeing Him she fell down before His feet saying, “If you were here, my brother would not have died.” 11.33 Therefore, as Jesus saw her weeping and the Jews coming together with her weeping, He was angry in the spirit and troubled Himself, 11.34 and he said, “Where have your laid him?” They said to Him, “Lord, come and see.” 11.35 Jesus wept. 11.36 Therefore the Jews said, “See how fond of him he was” 11.37 But some out from them said, “Does this man not have the inherent ability, the One opening the eyes of the blind, to do in order that also this one should not have died?” 11.38 Therefore Jesus again was angry in Himself coming unto the tomb. And there was a cave, and a stone was set upon it. 11.39 Jesus said, “Take away the stone.” Martha, the sister of the one having died, said to Him, “Lord, he already stinks, for it is day four.” 11.40 Jesus said to her, “Did I not say that if perhaps you believe you would see the proper opinion of God?” 11.41 Therefore, they took away the stone and Jesus raised his eyes upward and said, “Father, I thank You that You heard Me.” 11.42 And I intuitively know that you always hear Me, but because of the crowd standing around I spoke, in order that they should believe that you are the One sending Me. 11.43 And after He said these things with a great voice He cried out, “Lazarus, come out!” 11.44 And the one having died came out bound from the foot and the hand with wrappings and the appearance of him with a facecloth wrapped. Jesus said to them, “Loose him, and let him go.” 11.45 Therefore many out from the Jews, the ones who came towards Mary and after watching that which Jesus had done they believed in Him. 11.46 But some out from them went to the Pharisees and said to them that which Jesus had done. 11.47 Therefore, the High Priests and the Pharisees gathered a council and said, “What will we do? Because this man is doing many signs. 11.48 If perhaps we permit Him thus, all will believe in Him and the Romans will come and take us away, both the place and the nation” 11.49 And one who was out from them, Caiaphas a High Priest, who that year said to them, “You do not intuitively know anything, 11.50 nor do you dispute that it is profitable for us in order that a man should die concerning the people, and not the whole nation should perish.” 11.51 Now he did not say this from himself, but being a high priest of that year he prophesied that Jesus was about to die concerning the nation. 11.52 And not only concerning the nation, but also in order that the children of God, the [children] who were scattered, should be brought together in one. 11.53 Therefore, from that day, they determined together in order that they should kill Him. 11.54 Therefore, Jesus no longer boldly walked among the Jews but went there unto the country near the wilderness, into a city called Ephraim. And there He remained with His disciples.
11.55 And it was near the Passover of the Jews and many went into Jerusalem out from the country before the Passover in order that they should purify themselves. 11.56 Therefore they sought Jesus and they said with one another, while standing in the temple, “What do you think? That He will never come to the feast?” 11.57 And the High Priest and the Pharisees had given a commandment in order that if perhaps anyone knows where He is he should report so that they should catch Him. 12.1 Therefore, Jesus six days before the Passover came unto Bethany where Lazarus was, the one having died, whom He raised out from the dead. 12.2 Therefore, he made supper for Him there and Martha served, and Lazarus was one of them reclining with Him. 12.3 Therefore Mary having taken a pound of ointment of pure costly spikenard she anointed the feet of Jesus and his feet with her hair, and the house was filled out from the aroma of ointment. 12.4 Therefore, he said, one out from the disciples, Judas Iscariot, the one about to betray Him, 12.5 “Why was this ointment not sold for three hundred denarii and given to the poor?”12.6 And he said this not because concerned about the poor he cared for them, but because he was a thief and held the money-box, he was carrying what was cast into it. 12.7 Therefore, Jesus said, “Leave her alone, she has kept this unto the day for preparation of My burial. 12.8 For the poor you will always have with yourselves, but you will not always have Me.” 12.9 Therefore, a great crowd out from the Jews knew that He was there, and they came not because of Jesus only, but in order that they should see Lazarus, whom He raised out from the dead. 12.10 But the High Priests had determined in order that also they should put Lazarus to death 12.11 because many because of him departed from the Jews and believed in Jesus.
12.12 On the next day a great crowd, having come unto the feast, after hearing that Jesus came unto Jerusalem, 12.13 took the branches of palm trees and went to meet Him and crying out, “Hosanna, [the] well-spoken of one has come in a name of the Lord, King of Israel.” 12.14 And Jesus finding a young donkey, sat upon it just as it is written, 12.15 “Stop fearing, daughter of Zion. Look with discernment, your King comes sitting upon a colt of a donkey.” 12.16 These things His disciples did not know at first, but when Jesus was glorified then they remembered that these things were against Him written, and these things were done to Him. 12.17 Therefore the crowd, the one who was with Him when He called Lazarus out from the tomb and raised him out from the dead, testified. 12.18 Because of this also the crowd meet Him, because they heard this same one made the sign. 12.19 Therefore the Pharisees said facing themselves, “You watch that you are not profiting anything, behold the world has gone after Him.” 12.20 Now there was certain Greeks out from the ones going up in order to worship at the feast. 12.21 Therefore, they came to Philip, the one from Bethsaida of galilee, and petitioned to him saying, “Sire, we desire to see Jesus.” 12.22 Philipp went and said to Andrew and again Andrew and Philip spoke with Jesus. 12.23 And Jesus answering said to them, “The hour has come in order that the Son of man should be glorified. 12.24 Truly, truly I say to you, if perhaps the grain of wheat falling unto the earth does not die, it remains along. But if perhaps it should die it bears much fruit. 12.25 The one fond of his life will lose it. And the one indifferent to his life in this world into eternal life will keep it. 12.26 If perhaps someone should serve Me, to Me he must follow. And where I am, there also My servant will be. And if someone serves Me, the Father will honor him. 12.27 Now My soul is in a state of trouble and what will I say? Father, save Me out from this hour, but because of this I came unto this hour. 12.28 Father, glorify Your name.” Therefore, a voice came out form heaven, And I have glorified and again will glorify. 12.29 Therefore the crowd, the one standing and having heard, said, “it was thunder.” Others said, “An angel spoke to Him.” 12.30 Jesus answered and said, “This voice did not come because of Me, but because of you.” 12.31 Now judgment is concerning this world. Now the prince of this world will be cast out. 12.32 And I, if perhaps, I should be lifted out from the earth I will draw all men unto Myself.” 12.33 And this He said, signifying to what sort of death He was about to die. 12.34 The crowd answered Him, “We have heard out from the Law that the Christ remains into the age and how are you saying it is necessary the Son of Man to be lifted up? Who is this Son of Man?” 12.35 Therefore Jesus said to them, “Yet a little time the light is with you. Walk while you have the light in order that darkness does not overtake you and the one walking in the darkness does not intuitively know where he goes. 12.36 While you have the light walk in the light in order that you become a son of light.” These things Jesus spoke and after departing was hidden from them. 12.37 And having done so many signs from Him before them, they did not believe in Him, 12.38 in order that the word of Isaiah the prophet should be fulfilled, which he said, “Lord, who believed by my report? And the Lord’s arm to whom was it revealed?” 12.39 Because of this they were not able to believe, because again Isaiah said, 12.40 “He has blinded their eyes and hardened their heart in order that they should not see with the eyes and should understand with the heart and return and He should heal them.” 12.41 These things Isaiah said when he saw the His glory and spoke concerning Him. 12.42 Nevertheless yet also out from the rules many believed in Him, but because of the Pharisees the would not confess in order that become expelled from synagogue. 12.43 For they loved the glory of men more than the glory of God. 12.44 And Jesus cried out saying, “The one believing in Me, does not believe in Me, but into the One Who sent Me. 12.45 And the one watching Me, watches the One Who sent Me. 12.46 I, light of this world, have come in order that everyone believing in Me should not remain in darkness. 12.47 And if perhaps anyone hears My utterances and does not believe, I will not judge him for I have not come in order that I should judge the world, but in order that I should save the world. 12.48 The one rejecting Me and not receiving My utterance has the one judging Him. The word which I have spoken, that will judge him in the last day. 12.49 Because I did not speak out from Myself, but the Father, the One Who sent Me, He gave a commandment to Me, what I should say and what I should speak. 12.50 And I intuitively know that His commandment is eternal life. Therefore, that which I speak just as the Father said to Me, thus I speak.
13.1 Now before the feast of the Passover, Jesus knowing that His hour had come in order that He should depart out from this world towards the Father, having loved His own, the ones in the world, loved them until the end. 13.2 And supper having come, already casting from the devil into the heart of Judas Iscariot, Simon’s son, in order that he should betray Him. 13.3 Jesus intuitively knowing that the Father had given all things into the hands and that from God He came and facing God He goes, 13.4 raising up out from the dinner and taking the garment and having received the cloth wrapped it around Himself. 13.5 Then He cast water into the basin and began to wash the feet of the disciples and wipe with the cloth, which was wrapped around. 13.6 Therefore coming towards Simon Peter and that one saying to Him, “Lord, are you washing my feet?” 13.7 Jesus answered and said to Him, “That which I do, you do not intuitively know yet. But you will experientially know after these things.” 13.8 Peter said to Him, “Never should you wash my feet into the age.” Jesus answered to him, “Except I should wash you, you have not part with Me.” 13.9 Simon Peter said to Him, “Lord, not my feet only, but also the hands and the head.” 13.10 Jesus said to him, “The one having washed does not need to have except to wash his feet, but he is entirely clean, and you are clean, but not all.” 13.11 For He intuitively know the one betraying Him. Because of this He said, “You are not all clean.” 13.12 Therefore when He washed their feet and took His garments, reclining again, He said to them, “Do you experientially know what I did to you? 13.13 You call Me, the Teacher, and The Lord and you speak well, for I am. 13.14 Therefore since I washed your feet, the Lord and the Teacher, also you are obligated to wash each other’s feet. 13.15 For I give you an example in order that just as I have done to you also you yourselves do. 13.16 Truly, truly I say to you that a servant is not greater than his master, nor an apostle greater than the one who sent him. 13.17 Since you intuitively know these things, happy are you if you do them. 13.18 I do not say concerning all of you, I intuitively know who I have chosen, but in order that the Scripture may be fulfilled, ‘The one eating bread with Me, he will lift up his heal against Me.’. 13.19 From now I say to you before it comes in order that when it comes you should believe that I am. 13.20 Truly, truly I say to you the one receiving if perhaps someone I should send, will receive Me. And the one receiving Me, he receives the One who sent Me. 13.21 After saying these things Jesus was troubled in the spirit and He testified and said, “Truly, truly, I say to you that one out from you will betray Me.” 13.22 Therefore the disciples glanced at one another, perplexed concerning what He said. 13.23 And there was one reclining, one out from His disciples, on the chest of Jesus, whom Jesus loved. 13.24 Therefore Simon Peter signaled to this one, inquiring who it might be concerning whom He spoke. 13.25 And that one falling thus upon the chest of Jesus said to Him, “Lord, who is it?” 13.26 Jesus answered, “That one is to whom I give a dipped piece of bread.” And He dipped the piece giving it to Judas of Simon Iscariot. 13.27 And with the morsel, then Satan entered into that one; therefore, Jesus said to him, “Do that which you do quickly.” 13.28 But this no one knew of the ones reclining, facing what He said to him. 13.29 For some though when Judas, the one having the money-box, that Jesus said to him, “Buy that which we need for the feast or to the poor in order that something should be given.” 13.30 Therefore, after receiving the morsel, that one immediately went out. And it was night. 13.31 When he had gone out, Jesus said, “Now the Son of Man will be glorified, and the God will be glorified in Him.” 13.32 Since the God will be glorified in Him, and the God will glorify Him in Himself, and immediately He will glorify Him. 13.33 Little children, yet a little while I am with you. See Me, and just as I said to the Jews that where I go you will not be able to come and now I say to you, 13.34 “A new commandment I give to you in order that you should love one another. Just as I have loved you in order that you love one another. 13.35 By this all will experientially know that you are My disciples, if perhaps you should have love among one another.” 13.36 Simon Peter said to Him, “Where are you going?” Jesus answered, “Where I go you do not have the ability now to follow Me, but you will follow later.” 13.37 Peter said to Him, “Lord, because of why do I not have the ability to follow you now? I will lay my life down concerning you.” 13.38 Jesus answered to him, “You will lay down your life concerning Me? Truly, truly I say to you the cock will never crow unto you have denied Me three times.”
14.1 Stop letting your heart be troubled. You believe in the God, also believe in Me. 14.2 In My Father’s house there are many dwelling places. And if not, I would not have said to you, I go to prepare a place for you. 14.3 And if perhaps I go to prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you alongside Myself, in order that where I am, also you should be. 14.4 And where I go you intuitively know and the way you intuitively know. 14.5 Thomas said to Him, “Lord, we do not intuitively know where you go and how are we able to intuitively know the way?” 14.6 Jesus said to him. “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes towards the Father except through Me. 14.7 Since you have experientially known Me also you have experientially known My Father. And from now you experientially know Him, and you have seen Him with discernment.” 14.8 Philip said to Him, “Lord, show us the Father, and it is sufficient for us.” 14.9 Jesus said to him, “I am with you so much time and you do not know Me, Philip? The one seeing Me with discernment, has seen with discernment the Father and how do you say, show to you the Father? 14.10 Do you not believe that I in the Father and the Father is in Me? The utterances which I speak to you, I do not speak from Myself, but the Father, the One abiding in Me, He does the works. 14.11 Believe in Me because I in the Father and the Father in Me, or else because of these works you believe in Me. 14.12 Truly, truly I say to you, the one believing in Me the works which I do, that one will do. And greater than these he will do because I go towards the Father. 14.13 And that which you should ask in My name, this I will do, in order that the Father is glorified in the Son. 14.14 If perhaps something you should ask me in My name, I will do. 14.15 If perhaps you love Me, you will keep My commandments. 14.16 And I will ask the Father and He will give another comforter to you in order that He remains with you into the age; 14.17 the Spirit of the truth Who the world does not have the inherent ability to receive because it does not watch Him nor experientially know Him. You experientially know Him because He remains alongside of you and will be in you. 14.18 I will not leave you as orphans. I will come towards you. 14.19 Yet a little while and the world will not watch Me, but you will watch Me because I live also you will live. 14.20 In that day you, yourselves, will experientially know that I in My Father and you in Me and I in you. 14.21 The one having My commandments and keeping them, that one is the one loving Me. And the one loving me will be loved by My Father and I will love him and manifest Myself to him. 14.22 Judas, not Iscariot, said to Him, “Lord, what has come to be that to manifest yourself to us and not to the world?” 14.23 Jesus answered and said to Him, “If perhaps someone loves Me, he will keep My word and My Father will love him and will go to him and make a dwelling place alongside him. 14.24 The one not loving Me, he does not keep My words. And the word which you hear is not Mine but from the Father, one Who sent Me. 14.25 These things I speak to you while remaining alongside you. 14.26 But the Comforter; the Holy Spirit, Who the Father will send in My name, that One will teach you all things and He will remind you all things, which I said to you. 14.27 Peace I leave with you. My peace I give to you, not just as the world gives, I give to you. Stop letting your heart be troubled, nor be cowardly. 14.28 You have heard that I said to you I go and will come for you. If you love me, you will rejoice because I said I go to the Father because My Father is greater than Me. 14.29 And now I have told you before it comes in order that when it comes you will believe. 14.30 I will no longer speak much with you for the prince of this world comes and He has nothing in Me. 14.31 But in order that the world may know that I love My Father and just as the Father commanded Me, thus I do. Rise, let us go from here.”
15.1 I am the true vine and My Father is the vinedresser. 15.2 Every branch in Me not bearing fruit, He lifts it up, and everyone bearing fruit, He cleanses it in order that it should bear more fruit. 15.3 You all are already clean because of the Word which I have spoken to you. 15.4 Abide in Me and I in you. Just as the branch does not have the natural ability to bear fruit from itself, except it remain in the vine, thus you do not except you abide in Me. 15.5 I am the vine and you are the branches. The one abiding in Me, just as I in Him, this one bears more fruit because apart from Me you are not inherently able to do anything. 15.6 If, perhaps, someone does not abide in me, he is cast outside as the branch and dried up and they will gather them, and they will cast into the fire and they will be burned. 15.7 If, perhaps, you remain in Me, and My utterances remain in you, that which if perhaps you desire you will ask and it will come to be for you. 15.8 By this My father will be glorified in order that you should bear more fruit and you will be My disciples. 15.9 Just as the Father loves Me, I also love you. Abide in My love. 15.10 If, perhaps, you keep My commandments you will abide in My love just as I kept My Father’s commandments and abide in His love. 15:11 These things I have said to you in order that My joy should remain among you and your joy should be filled up. 15.12 This is My commandment, in order that you should love one another just as I have loved you. 15.13 Greater love no one has in order that he should lay down his soul concerning his friends. 15.14 You are My friends, if, perhaps, you do as much as I command you. 15.15 I do not any longer say you slaves, because the slave does not know what his lord does, but I have said you friends because all which I heard from My Father I made known to you. 15.16 You did not choose Me, but I chose you and I set you in order that you should go and should bear fruit and your fruit should abide in order that that which you should ask the Father in My name you should receive. 15.17 These things I command you in order that you should love one another. 15.18 If the world is indifferent to you, you experientially know that it was indifferent to Me first. 15.19 If, assuming it is true, you were out from the world, the world is fond of its own, but because you are not out from the world, but I have chosen you out from the world, because of this the world is indifferent to you. 15.20 Remember the word which I said to you. The servant is not greater than his lord. Since they persecuted Me, also they will persecute you. If they keep My word also they will keep yours. 15.21 But all these things they will do to you because of My name, because they do not intuitively know the One who sent Me. 15.22 If I had not come and spoken to them, they would not have sin. But now they do not have a pretense concerning their sins. 15.23 The one indifferent to Me also is indifferent to My Father. 15.24 If I had not done the works among them, which no one had done, they would not have sin, but now also they had seen with discernment and were indifferent to also Me and My Father. 15.25 But in order that the written Word should be fulfilled in this law that, they were indifferent to Me without cause. 15.26 But when the Comforter comes, Whom I will send to you from the Father, the Spirit of the Truth, Who proceeds out from the Father, that One will testify concerning Me. 15.27 And also you will testify, because from the beginning you are with Me. 16.1 These things I say to you in order that you should not be scandalized. 16.2 They will put your out from the synagogues, but an hour comes in order that everyone killing you should consider a religious service to bring an offering to God. 16.3 And these things they will do, because they do not know the Father nor Me. 16.4 But these things I have said to you, in order that when the hour comes, you will remember them, because I told you. And these things I did not say to you out from the beginning, because I was with you. 16.5 And now I go towards the One who sent Me and none out from you as Me. “Where do you go?” 16.6 But because these things I said to you, grief has filled your heart. 16.7 But I say the truth to you, it is profitable to you in order that I depart, for if I do not depart the Comforter will not come towards you. But if I go I will send Him towards you. 16.8 And after having come, that One will convince the world concerning sin and concerning righteousness and concerning judgment. 16.9 On the one hand, concerning sin, because they do not believe in Me. 16.10 On the other hand, concerning righteousness because I go towards My Father and you can no longer watch Me. 16.11 On the other hand, concerning judgment because the ruler of this world is judged. 16.12 Yet, I have more to say to you, but you are not able to bear it now. 16.13 But when that One comes, the Spirit of the Truth, He will guide you into all the truth. For He will not speak from Myself, but as much as He should hear, He will speak, and He will announce to you the things to come. 16.14 That One will glorify Me because He will take out from Mine and announce to you. 16.15 All things as much as the Father has are Mine. Because of this I said that out from Mine He receives and announces to you. 16.16 A little while and you will not watch Me, and again a little while and you will see Me with discernment because I go to the Father. 16.17 Therefore, they said, out from His disciples, towards one another, “What is this which He speaks to us, a little while and you will not watch me, and again a little while and you will see Me with discernment because I go to the Father?” 16.18 Therefore, they said, “What is this which He speaks, the little while? We do not intuitively know what He is saying. 16.19 Therefore, Jesus, knowing that they desired to ask Him, and said to them, “Concerning this you seek with one another, because I said, a little while and you will not see Me, and again a little while and you will see Me with discernment?” 16.20 Truly, truly I say to you that you will weep, and you will lament, but the world will rejoice. And you will be caused to grieve but your grief will come to be joy. 16.21 When the woman has grief in child birth because her hour has come when also she should bear a child, she does not remember to the tribulation because of the joy that she bore a man into the world. 16.22 And therefore your grief, on the one hand, you have now, on the other hand, I will see you again and your heart will rejoice, and no one will take your joy from you. 16.23 And in that day, you will not request of Me anything. Truly, truly I say to you that as much as whatsoever you ask the Father in My name He will give to you. 16.24 Until now you have asked nothing in My name. Ask and you will receive in order that your joy should be full. 16.25 These things in proverbs I have spoken to you but an hour comes when I will speak nothing to you in proverbs but in plainness concerning the Father I will announce to you. 16.26 In that day in My name you will ask and I will not say to you that I will ask the Father concerning you. 16.27 For the Father Himself is fond of you, because you are fond of Me and you believe I came from the God. 16.28 I came from the Father and have come into the world. Again, I leave the world and go towards the Father. 16.29 His disciples said to Him, “We see now you speak plainly and you are not speaking in proverbs. 16.30 Now we intuitively know that You intuitively know all things and have no need that anyone should request of You. In this we believe that You came from God.” 16.31 Jesus answered them, “Now you believe?” 16.32 Look, with discernment, an hour is coming and now has come in which each of you will be scattered unto your own and you will leave Me alone and I am not alone because the Father is with Me. 16.33 These things I have said to you in order that you should have peace. In the world you will have tribulation, but you be of good cheer, I have overcome the world.
17.1 These things Jesus spoke and lifted up His eyes to the Heaven, and said, Father, the hour has come, glorify Your Son in order that also Your Son may glorify You. 17:2 Just as You gave to Him authority concerning all flesh, in order that all whom You gave to Him, He will give to them eternal life. 17.3 And this is the eternal life, in order that they should experientially know You, the only true God, and the One You sent, Jesus Christ. 17.4 I have glorified You upon the earth. I completed the work, which you gave Me in order that I should do. 17.5 And now glorify Me, You, Father, alongside Yourself with the glory which I had before the universe, to be of the [glory] alongside You. 17.6 I have manifested Your name to the men whom You gave Me out from the world. They were for You and You gave them to Me and they kept Your word. 17.7 Now they know that all things, as much as You have given Me, they are alongside You. 17.8 Because the utterances which you gave to Me, I gave to them, and they received, and they truly knew that I have come from You, and they believed that You sent Me. 17.9 I request concerning them, I do not request concerning the world, but concerning whom You gave to Me, because they are for You 17.10 and all My things are Yours and all Your things Mine. And I am glorified by them. 17.11 And I am no longer in the world, and they are in the world, and I go towards You. Holy Father. Keep them by Your name, whom You have given to Me, in order that they are one, just as we. 17.12 When I was with them in the world, I have kept them by Your Name, whom You gave to Me, I closely guarded and none where lost out from them, except the son of destruction, in order that the Scripture should be fulfilled. 17.13 And now I go towards You, and these things I speak in the world in order that they should have My joy, in a state of being made full, among them. 17.14 I gave to them Your word and the world was indifferent to them because they are not out from the world, just as I am not out from the world. 17.15 I do not request in order that you should take them out from the world, but in order that you should keep them out from the malignantly evil one. 17.16 They are not out from the world just as I am not out from the world. 17.17 Sanctify them by Your truth. Your word is truth. 17:18 Just as You sent Me into the world, I also send them into the world. 17.19 And concerning them I sanctify Myself in order that also they are sanctified by truth. 17.20 I do not request only concerning them, but also concerning the believing ones in Me through their word, 17.21 in order that all should be one, just as You, Father, in Me, and I in You, in order that they should be one in us, in order that the world should believe that You sent Me. 17.22 And I, the glory which You gave to Me, I give to them, in order that they should be one just as we are one. 17.23 I in them and You in Me, in order that they should be, having been made complete, into one, and in order that the world should experientially know that You sent Me and You loved them, just as You loved Me. 17.24 Father, those whom You gave Me, I desire in order that where ever I am they also should be with Me in order that they may watch My glory, which You gave Me, because You loved Me before the foundation of the universe. 17.25 Righteous Father, also the world does not know You, but I know You and these ones know that You sent Me 17.26 and I made known to them You name, and I will make it known, in order that the love, which You loved Me, should be in them, and I in them.
18.1 After saying these things Jesus went with His disciples beyond the brook of Kidron where there was a garden, into which He Himself went and His disciples. 18.2 And Judas, the one betraying Him, also knew the place because often Jesus gathered there with His disciples. 18.3 Therefore Judas, having received the cohort and out from the Chief priests even Pharisees’ servants, he came there with torches and lamps, and weapons. 18.4 Therefore Jesus, knowing all the things coming upon Him, after coming out He said to them, “Who are you seeking?” 18.5 They answered Him, “Jesus the Nazarene.” Jesus said to them, “I am”. And also Judas, the one betraying Him, stood among them. 18.6 Therefore, as He said to them that I am, they departed back and fell to the ground. 18.7 Therefore, again He requested on them, “Who do you seek? And they said, “Jesus of Nazarene.” 18.8 Jesus answered saying to them that I am. Therefore, since you seek Me, let these ones go, 18.9 in order that the Word should be fulfilled which said that whom You gave Me, not one out from them perished. 18.10 Therefore Simon Peter having a sword, drew it and struck the slave of the high priest and cut off his right ear. And the name for the servant was Malchus. 18.11 Therefore, Jesus said to Peter, “Put away your sword into the sheath. The cup which the Father gave Me, should I never drink from it?” 18.12 Therefore, the cohort and the captain and the officers of the Jews took Jesus and bound Him. 18.13 And they lead Him towards Annas first for he was a father in law of Caiaphas, who was the high priest of that year. 18.14 And Caiaphas was the one counseling to the Jews that it is profitable for one man to perish concerning all the people. 18.15 And Simon Peter followed after Jesus and the other disciple. And that disciple was known to the high priest and entered with Jesus into the courtyard of the high priest. 18:16 But the Peter stood facing the door outside. Therefore, the other disciples entered, who was known by the high priest, and spoke with the gatekeeper and he brought in Peter. 18.17 Therefore, the young girl gatekeeper said to Peter, “Are you not also out from this man’s disciples?” That one said, “I am not.” 18.18 And the servants stood and the officers, having made a fire, because it was cold and they were being warmed. And with them Peter stood and warmed himself. 18.19 Therefore, the high priest inquired of Jesus concerning His disciples an concerning His doctrine. 18.20 Jesus answered to Him, “I boldly spoke in the world. I always taught in synagogue and in the temple where all the Jews entered and in hiding I spoke nothing. 18.21 Why do you inquire of Me? Inquire of the ones hearing what I spoke to them. Look with discernment, they intuitively know what I said.” 18.22 And after speaking these things from Him one of the present officers gave a strike to Jesus, saying, “Do you thusly answer the high priest?” 18.23 Jesus answered him, “If I have spoken wrong, testify concerning the wrong. But if proper, why do you strike Me?” 18.24 Annas send Him bound to Caiaphas the high priest. 18.25 And Simon Peter was standing and warming himself, therefore they said to him, “Are you not also out from His disciples?” That one denied and said I am not. 18.26 One out from the servants of the high priest, who was a relative of whom Peter cut of the ear, said, “Did I see you in the garden with Him? 18.27 Therefore again Peter denied and immediately the roster crowed. 18.28 Therefore they lead Jesus from the Caiaphas into the Praetorium. And it was early morning and they did not come into the Praetorium in order that they should not be defiled but should eat the Passover. 18.29 Therefore, Pilate entered facing them and said, “What accusation do you bear against this man?” 18.30 They answered and said to him, “Except this one was a wrong doer, we would not have delivered him to you.” 18.31 Therefore, Pilate said to them, “You take Him and you judge Him according to your law.” Therefore, the Jews said to him, “It is not permissible for us to put anyone to death.”, 8.32 in order that the word of Jesus should be fulfilled, which He said signifying to what type of death He was about to die. 8.33 Therefore, Pilate entered unto the Praetorium again, and summoned Jesus and said to Him, “Are you the King of the Jews?” 8.34 Jesus answered to Him, “Do you say this from yourself or by another was this said to you concerning Me?” 18.35 Pilate answered, “Am I a Jew? Your nation and Your high priest delivered you to me. What have you done?” 18.36 Jesus answered, “My Kingdom is not out from this world. If My Kingdom was out from this world, My officers would fight in order that I should not be delivered by the Jews. But now My Kingdom is not here.” 18.37 Therefore, Pilate said to Him, “Then are You a King?” Jesus answered, “You say that I am a King. unto this I was born and because of this I came into the world, in order that I should testify concerning the truth. Everyone who is out from the truth hears My voice.” 18.38 Pilate said to Him, “What is truth?” and when he said this again he went to the Jews and said to them, “I do not find any fault in him? 18.39 And it is a custom for you in order that one should be released to you in the Passover. Therefore, do you determine I release to you the King of the Jews?” 18.40 Therefore, all cried out again saying, “Not this one, but the Barabbas.” And Barabbas was a robber. 19.1 Therefore, Pilate took and scourged Jesus. 19.2 And the soldiers having weaved a crown out of thrones placed it on His head and cast around Him a garment of purple. 19.3 And they said, “Rejoice, the King of the Jews,” And gave Him blows. 19.4 Therefore again Pilate came outside and said to them, “Look, with discernment, I lead Him outside to you in order that you should know that I have found no fault in Him.” 19.5 Therefore, he brought outside Jesus bearing the crown of thorns and the purple garment and said to them, “Look, with discernment, the man!” 19.6 Therefore when they say Him, the high priest and the officers cried out saying, Crucify! Crucify Him! Pilate said to them, “You take Him and crucify Him for I have found no fault in Him.” 19.7 The Jews answered to him, “We have a law and according to our law He ought to die because He made Himself a Son of God.” 19.8 Therefore when Pilate heard this word, he was more afraid 19.9 and entered into the Praetorium again and said to Jesus, “Where are you from?” And Jesus did not give to him and answer. 19.10 Therefore Pilate said to Him, “You do not speak to me? Do you not intuitively know that I have authority to crucify you and I have authority to release you?” 19.11 Jesus answered, “You do not have any authority according to Me, except it is given to you from above. Because of this the one who delivered Me to you has the greater sin.” 19.12 Out from this Pilate sought to release Him, but the Jews crying out saying, if perhaps you release, you are not a friend of Caesar’s. Everyone making himself the King speaks against Caesar. 19.13 Therefore, Pilate, after hearing this word lead Jesus out and sat upon the reward seat in place called a Stone Pavement, but in Hebrew Gabbatha. 19.14 And it was preparation from the Passover. And it was about the sixth hour and he said to the Jews, “Look, with discernment, your King.” 19.15 And they cried, “Away, away, crucify him.” Pilate said to them, “I should crucify your King?” The high priests answered, “We do not have any King except Caesar.” 19.16 Therefore then he delivered Him to the ones in order that He should be crucified. And they received Jesus and took Him away. 19.17 And bearing His cross, He went unto a place called A Place of Skulls, which is call in Hebrew, Golgotha, 19.18 where they crucified Him and with Him two others, one on each side and Jesus in the middle. 19.19 And Pilate also wrote a title and placed it upon the cross. And he wrote, “Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews.” 19.20 Therefore this the title many of the Jews read because it was near a place of the city where they crucified Jesus. And it was written in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin. 19.21 Therefore the high priest of the Jews said to Pilate, “Do not write, the King of the Jews, but that that one said I am the King of the Jews.” 19.22 Pilate answered, “That which I wrote, it is written.” 19.23 Therefore the soldiers when they crucified Jesus, received His garment and made four parts, to each soldier a part and the tunic. But the tunic was without seam out from the top woven through whole. 19.24 Therefore they said towards one another, “Let us not split it, but we will cast lots concerning it.” This they said in order that the Scripture should be fulfilled, the one saying, they divided my garments to themselves and over my garment they cast a lot. Therefore indeed the soldiers did this. 19.25 And His mother and His mother’s sister, Mary of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene stood alongside the cross of Jesus. 19.26 Therefore Jesus seeing the mother and the disciple, whom He love, standing beside said to His mother, “Woman, behold your son.” 19.27 Then He said to the disciple, “Behold, you mother.” And from that hour he received His mother unto his own. 19.28
 Prior to any quality of a beginning the Word already existed.
 In character and quality
 The first “His own” is neuter so the object would be “things”. The second “His own” is masculine which changes the focus from all His things to a specific portion of what He own – His people.
 His position is before John, or He is in a higher position than John, even though He came after John.
 To lead out, unfold in teaching
 Deuteronomy 18:15
 In a state of seeing – much stronger in the original language. Has the idea of seeing something with a permanent effect on the one seeing.
 He is in a state of witnessing that Jesus is the Son of God. He witnesses and will continue to witness to the fact that He is the Son of God indefinitely.
 There are twelve hours in the Hebrew day.
 A measurement of liquid. A load of two measures of oil for a donkey is eight and three-quarter gallons. The approximate amount of water would be 17.5 to 26.25 gallons each.
 One of the guest who was chosen to be the head of the room – the toast master.
 To have or express a proper opinion
 Wore away the time.
 A reference to being God – the I am, Exodus 3:14
 The expected answer is no, this is not the Messiah
 Expected answer is no, no one has brought him something to eat
 father-land, referring to where a person grows up, not used for one’s country.
 Refers to the spiritual dead, not physically dead
 Diminutive form of fish – hence, small fish
 The one Moses spoke of in Deuteronomy 18:15
 A set standard of distance approximately one eight of a mile
 Imperative – used to express a command or strong suggestion
 Fifteen stadia, each one is 600ft.