(1) Judge not and you will not be judged.
(1.1) Condemn not and you will not be condemned.
(2) For with what judgment you judge, you will be judged, and with what measure you use to judge, it will be used again to measure you.
(3) And why do you see the splinter that is in your sibling’s eye, but do not see the beam that is in your own eye?
(4) Or how can you say to your fellow person, ‘Permit me to take out the splinter in your eye’ when there is a beam in your own eyes?
(5) Hypocrite! First take the beam out of your own eyes; and then you will see clearly to remove the splinter from your fellow person’s eye.”
(6) “Give not that which is holy flesh to the dogs, neither throw your pearls before the swine. Otherwise, they will chew them, and the dogs turn and tear at you.
(7) Ask from God, and it will be given you. Keep seeking, and you will find. Keep knocking, and it will be opened to you.
(8) For everyone that keeps asking will receive; and she that keeps seeking will find; and to her that calls, it will be opened.
(8.1) She who seeks will not stop until she finds, and finding she will marvel, and having marvelled she will reach the Queendom, and having reached the Queendom she will rest.
(9) Or what person is there among you who, if her child asks her for a piece of bread, will give her a stone?
(10) Or if she asks for a fish, will give her a snake?
(11) If you who are evil therefore know how to seek to give good gifts among yourselves, how much more will your Parent who is in the heavens give good requests and her good spirit to them that seek her?
(12) All things therefore whatever you would that people should do for you, do to them. For this is the Law and the words of the Prophets. So as you prove yourself kind, so you will experience kindness.
(13) “Enter in by the narrow gate. For wide and deep is the gate of destruction, and many are they that are going through it.
(14) For narrow is the gate, and strict is the way, that leads straight to life, and few are they who find it.
(15) Beware of false prophets who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inside they are as full of deceit as ravening wolves.
(16) By their fruits you will recognize them. Do people gather grapes of thorns, or figs of briars?
(17) Even so, every good tree produces good fruit. But every bad tree produces evil fruit.
(18) A good tree cannot produce evil fruit. Neither can a bad tree produce good fruit.
(19) Every tree that does not produce good fruit is thrown into the fire.
(20) Therefore by their fruits you will know them.
(21) Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter into the Queendom of the heavens. But she that does the will of my Parent who is in heaven will enter with me into the Queendom of the heavens.
(22) Many will say to me in that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not eat and drink in your name, and prophesy in your name, and in your name overcome mistakes, and do many signs and wonders in your name?
(23) And then I will profess to them ‘I do not know you. Depart from me, all you that work iniquity.’”
(23.1) “If you be with me gathered in my bosom, and do not the will of the Parent who is in the heavens, and you do not keep my commandments, I will throw you away, out of my bosom, and say to you, ‘Depart from me. I know not where you come from, you workers of wickedness. For if you keep not the lesser mysteries, who will give you the greater?
(24) Everyone therefore that hears these words of mine, and does them, is like a wise person who built her house upon the rock.
(25) And the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house. And it did not fall for it was founded upon the rock.
(26) And everyone that hears these words of mine, and does not do them, is like a foolish person who built her house upon the sand.
(27) And the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon the house, and the house fell. And great was its fall.”
(4) “Have you not read that the One who made them of old, made them all different genders?”
(5) “For this reason will a person leave her parents, and will be joined to her partner. And the two will become one body.”
(6) So that they are no more two but one body. What therefore the Creator has joined together, people cannot separate.”
(8) “Moses for your dumbness suffered you to put away your partners. But from the beginning, it had not been so.
(9) And I tell you, whoever has put away or will put away her partner except for adultery, and will marry another, commits adultery. And she that marries her when she is put away in an unlawful manner commits adultery.”
(11) “Not all can receive this saying; only for those to whom it has been given.
(12) For there are eunuchs that were born as such from their mother’s womb. These are those who have not made mistakes. And there are eunuchs that were made eunuchs by people. And there are eunuchs that made themselves eunuchs who subdue their desire for the Queendom of heaven’s sake. These are those who enter into great importance. Who so can accept it, let her accept it. And she that is able to understand it, let her understand it.”
(14) “Permit the little children, and control them not, to come to me. For the Queendom of the heavens belongs to such who are like these children. Truly I say to you that one will not enter the Queendom of the heavens except she is like these.”
(17) “Why do you ask me about the good? There is none good but God only. But if you would come into life of the world to come, perform the Law and the Prophets. And so keep the commandments.”
(18) “You will not kill, You will not commit adultery, You will not steal, You will not bear false witness against your neighbour,
(19) Honour your parents; and, You will love your neighbour as yourself.”
(21) “If you would be perfect, go, sell that which you have, and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven, and come, follow me.”
(22) “How do you say ‘I have performed the law and the prophets?’ seeing that it is written in the Law ‘You will love your neighbour as yourself,’ but many of your siblings, children of Abraham, are clad with filth, dying for hunger, and your house is full of many goods, and nothing at all goes out of it to them.”
(23) “Truly I tell you, It is hard for a rich person to come into the Queendom of the heavens.
(24) And again I tell you, it is easier for camel-rope to go through the eye of a needle, than to bring the rich into the Queendom of the heavens.” “One in the heavens, grant salvation.”
(26) “With people the matter is difficult; but with God all things are easy.”
(28) “Truly I tell you that you who have followed me, in the day of judgment when the Child of People will sit on her throne of her glory, you also will sit upon the twelve thrones and judge the twelve tribes of Israel (meaning She Has Become A Receptacle In Which God Can Be Received And Retained (or one who prevails in wrestling with god and People)).
(29) And everyone that has left her home (including her partner and her children, or brethren, or sisters, or parents), or left her lands, for my name’s sake, will receive a hundred like them and will inherit the Queendom of heaven and the sublime life.
(30) Many of the first ones will be last. And many of the last ones will be first.”
(1) “For the Queendom of heaven is like a person that was a master in her house who rose and went out early in the morning to employ labourers to work in her vineyard.
(2) And when she had agreed with the labourers for one denarius for the whole day, she sent them into her vineyard.
(3) And she went out about nine o’clock in the morning, and saw others standing idle in the marketplace.
(4) And she said to them, ‘Go also into the vineyard, and whatever is just I will give you.’ And they went their way.
(5) Again she went out about noon and also at three o’clock, and did likewise.
(6) And about five o’clock, she went out and found others standing around. And she said to them, ‘Why are you standing here idle all day?’
(7) They said to her, ‘Because no person has hired us.’ she said to them, ‘Go also into the vineyard.’
(8) And when evening had come, the master of the vineyard said to her overseer, ‘Call the labourers, and pay them their wages.’ she began with the last and finished with the first.
(9) The last received one denarius. And when those came that were hired about three o’clock, they received each person a denarius.
(10) And when the first came, they supposed that they would receive more than these. But she only gave a denarius to each of them.
(11) And when they received it, they murmured against the master of the vineyard,
(12) saying, ‘These last have spent but one hour, and you have made them on the same level with us who have borne the load of the day and the heat.’
(13) But she answered and said to one of them, ‘My Friend, I do you no injustice. Didn’t you contract with me for one denarius?
(14) Take it and go. If I wish to give to this last, even as to you,
(15) may I not do according to my desire? Or is there evil in your eyes when I am good?’
(16) So the last will be first, and the first last. Many are called but few are the chosen.”