The Words of Yesu

Chapter Three

(12.1) “In what way have I screwed up that I should go and be bathed by her? Unless perhaps, what I have just said is the mistake of not knowing.”

(15a) “Let it be so; for it is good that all things be satisfied.”

(16) “My child, in all the prophets I was waiting for you, that you might come, and I might rest in you. For you are my rest; and you are my firstborn child who rules forever.”

(17) “Today I have begotten you. You my child, I bear witness of my joy that this day you have descended from me.”

(18) “This is my beloved Child in whom I am well pleased. This Child of mine is loved by Me very much, and I am loving and delighting in her. Oh how the glory of this child pleases me. Actually, this is my beloved child in whom my spirit delights.”

Chapter Four

(4) “It is written, ‘People will not live by bread alone, but will live by every word that comes out of the mouth of Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall)).’”

(7) “Again it is written, you will not tempt Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall)), your God.”

(10) “Even likewise my parent, the Holy Spirit, led me, and carried me to the great Mount Tabor (meaning stone quarry (or Purifying, Clarifying or Explaining)). So go away adversary for it is written, ‘I will pray to Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall)), the Lord God and her only you will worship.’”

(17) “Turn! Turn in repentance! Turn around your lives! For the Queendom of the heavens approaches and is near.”

(19) “Come follow me, and I will make you fish for people.”

(22.2) “As I passed by the lake of Tiberias (that is the Sea of Galilee (meaning roll yourself onto God (or to put your trust in Her))), I chose out John (meaning Yahweh has been gracious (or the Lord graciously gave)) and James (meaning to take by the heel (or to take someone else's rightful place)) (called Jimi), children of Zabdi (meaning my gift (or gift to me (or gift from God)), and Simon (meaning he who hears (or snub nosed)), and Andrew (meaning courageous (or brave)), Thaddaeus, Philip (meaning lover of horses (or one who leans on his military complex)), and Nathaniel (meaning God has given (or given of God)), child of Ptolemy (meaning demonstrating aggression (or willingness to fight (or plow man))); Thomas (meaning twin), Simon (meaning he who hears (or snub nosed)) the Canaanite (meaning land of purple (or international trade)); James (meaning to take by the heel (or to take someone else's rightful place)) child of Alphaeus (meaning to traverse (or exchange (or renew))), Judas (meaning praised (or let God be praised)) Iscariot (meaning city slicker (or meeting place (or person of the cities))); and you Matthew (meaning gift of the Lord (or gift of Yah)), sitting at the tax office. I called and you all followed me. You therefore, I want to be the Twelve Apostles (meaning to send out on a specific task) for a testimony to 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)).”

Chapter Five

(3) “Kneel to the humble in spirit. For theirs is the Queendom of the heavens.

(4) Kneel to those who wait for they will be comforted.

(5) Kneel to the meek for they will inherit the earth.

(6) Kneel to they that hunger and thirst after righteousness. For they will be satisfied.

(7) Kneel to the merciful for mercy will be done to them.

(8) Kneel to those who are the innocent of heart. For they will see God.

(9) Kneel to those who pursue Shalom (peace), for they will be called children of God.

(10) Kneel to they that have been persecuted for righteousness’ sake. For the Queendom of heaven belongs to them.

(11) Kneeling to you when people will falsely reproach you, and persecute you, and falsely say all manner of evil against you, for my sake.

(12) Rejoice, and be jubilant and exalted! For very great is your reward in heaven. For they likewise persecuted the prophets.”

(13) “You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt has been neutralized in regard to its taste how will it be salted? It is then good for nothing, but to be thrown out side and trampled under the feet of people.

(14) You are the light in the world. You cannot hide a city situated on a hill.

(15) Neither do people light a lamp, and put it in a hidden place where it cannot shine but they put it on the lamp stand, and it shines on all that are in the house.

(16) Even so let your light shine before every person that they may see your good works to honour your Parent who is in heaven.

(16.1) Be patient, merciful, harmless, quiet, and good, trembling continually at the words that you have heard.”

(17) “Do not think that I came to break or weaken the Law or the prophets. I came not to abolish, but to satisfactorily perform it.

(18) For actually I tell you, until the heavens and earth pass away, not one letter, dot, or mark will be abolished from the Law or the Prophets, because all things will be satisfied.

(19) Whoever therefore will break or weaken one word of these least commandments, and will teach the children of people so, will be called the least person and smallest person by those in the Queendom of the heavens. But whoever will do and teach them, she will be called great in the Queendom of the heavens.

(20) For I tell you, that except your righteousness will exceed the righteousness of the sages and Dividers, you will not in any way enter into the Queendom of the heavens.

(21) You have heard it was said to them who lived long ago, ‘You will not murder; and whoever murders is guilty of a judgment of death.’

(22) But I say to you, that everyone who has caused sorrow to the spirit of her sibling and angers her companion will be in danger of the judgment. She who calls her sibling a good for nothing will be guilty of judgment before the council of the congregation, and whoever will say, ‘You mad fool!’ will be in danger of the fires of gehenna.

(23) If therefore you are presenting your sacrificial offering for atonement at the altar, and there you remember that you have an argument with a friend, and she is complaining about you because of this matter,

(24) leave there your sacrificial offering before the altar, and go first to atone to your sibling to appease her, and then come and give your sacrificial offerings as gifts for atonement.”

(25) “See that you hasten to atone to your enemy and adversary while you are still walking with her in the way; or she will deliver you to the judge, and the judge will deliver you to her servant, and you are thrown into prison.

(26) Actually I tell you, you will by no means come out from there until the last piece of money is given.

(27) You have heard that it was said to those of long ago, ‘You will not commit adultery.’

(28) But I tell you, that everyone that sees a married person (or, person) and covets her has committed adultery with her already in her heart.

(29) And if your right eye seduces you, pluck it out, and throw it from yourself. For it is better for you that one of your members should perish, than your whole body should be thrown into gehenna.

(30) And if your right hand seduces you, cut it off, and throw it from yourself. For it is better for you to lose one of your limbs than lose your whole body in gehenna.”

(31) “It was said also to those of long ago, ‘Whoever will leave her partner and divorces her is to give her a certificate of divorce.

(32) But I tell you not only that everyone that leaves her partner is to give her a divorce certificate, but also she who fails to do so commits adultery and she who takes her commits adultery.

(33) Again, you have heard that it was said to them of long ago, ‘You will not take an oath by my Name falsely but will perform your oath to Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall)).’

(34) However, I tell you, do not swear at all falsely or in vain neither by the heavens, for it is the throne of God,

(35) nor by the earth, for it is the footstool of her feet, nor by Jerusalem for it is the city of God in the heavens.

(36) Neither will you swear by your head, for you have no power to whiten one hair or to turn it black again.

(37) But if you want to be believed, your words should be, ‘Yes, yes; No, no,’ and whatever is more than these is of evil.

(37.1) You will not be double-minded nor double-tongued for the double tongue is a snare of death. your word will not be false or empty, but satisfied by action.

(38) You have heard that it was said in the Law to the officers, ‘An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth.’

(39) But I tell you as individuals, do not repay evil for evil but whoever strikes you on your right cheek, turn to her the left and you will so be perfect.

(40) And if any person opposes you in judgment and takes away your coat, give her also your shirt.

(41) And whoever will lead you to go one thousand steps, go with her two thousand.

(42) Give to her that asks to borrow from you, and from her that wishes to borrow of you, do not hold back.

(42.1) Do not be found holding out your hands to receive, but instead draw your hands inward to give.

(42.2) For it is more kneel worthy to give than receive.

(42.3) And if a person takes away something of yours, do not ask for it back. For the Parent desires that gifts be given to all from her riches. Knelt to is she who gives according to the commandments, for she is blameless. But watch out you who receive. For if anyone receives having need, she is blameless. but whoever did not have need will give an account why she received it, and for what purpose; and coming into distress, she will be strictly examined about her needs and she will not come out from that until she will have paid back the last penny. But about this it has been said: let your gifts to the poor stay in your hand long enough for you to learn to whom to give.”

(43) “You have heard that it was said to those of long ago, ‘You will love your neighbour and hate your enemy.’

(44) But I tell you, love your enemies and do good to the one who hates you and pray for them that persecute you, and oppress and spitefully use you.

(44.1) Kneel to them that curse you, and pray for your enemies and fast for them that persecute you.

(44.2) For the one who is far away today, tomorrow will be near you.

(45) Be kind and merciful, as your Parent is kind and merciful. In this way you may be come children of your Parent who is in the heavens. For she makes her sun to shine on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the just and the unjust.

(46) for what thanks do you deserve if you love them that love you? Do not even other people do the same? But Love them that hate you, and You will not have an enemy. For if you love them that love you, what reward have you? Do not even the transgressors do the same?

(47) And if you ask after the Peace (Shalom) of only your siblings, what do you exceed over what others do?” “You never should be joyful except when you see your siblings with love and charity.

(47.1) You will not hate any person, but some you will reprove, and for others you will pray, and others you will love more than your life.

(48) Be perfect even as your Parent who is in the heavens is perfect.

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(1.1) You will never abandon the commandments of the Lord; but will keep those things which you have received, neither adding to them nor taking away from them.

(1) Beware that you do not give your gifts to the poor before people that they might see and praise you. If you do, you have no reward with your Parent who is in the heavens.

(2) When therefore you give gifts to the poor, do not desire to make a proclamation or sound a trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the marketplace and in the streets, that people may see them. Actually I tell you, they have already received their reward.

(3) But when you give gifts to the poor, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing

(4) that your gifts to the poor may be in secret. And your Parent, the One who sees hidden things, will repay you openly and in public.”

(5) “And when you pray, do not raise your voice and do not be like the sad hypocrites. For they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and in the corners of the courtyards, and they pray with haughty speech that people might hear and praise them. Actually I tell you, they have already received their reward.

(6) But you, when you pray, go to your couch and close your doors upon you, and pray to your Parent in secret, and your Parent, the One who sees in secret, will reward you.

(7) When praying, do not use many words as the heretics do. For they think that they will be heard for their multitude of words.

(8) Do not be like them. Don’t you see that your Parent who is in the heavens knows your words and what you need before you open your mouth?

(9) And so, you will pray ‘Our Parent, Your Name is Holy and sanctified.

(10) Your Queendom is knelt to and has attained its proper time. Your will is being done – as in the heavens, so it is on earth.

(11) You have given us today our bread for tomorrow.

(12) And you have forgiven us the debt of our mistakes, as we have forgiven the debt of those who make mistakes against us.

(13) And you do not lead us into the hands of a test but you keep us free from all evil. For yours is the Queendom and the power, and the glory, forever and ever. Truly.’

(14) For if you forgive people their mistakes, your Parent in the heavens will also forgive your mistakes.

(15) But if you do not forgive others, neither will your Parent forgive you your mistakes.”

(16) “Moreover when you fast, do not act as the hypocrites who make themselves appear sad and who disfigure their faces to show their fastings before people. Actually I tell you, they have already received their reward.

(17) But you, when you fast, wash your head, and your face

(18) that you do not appear to people to fast, but only to your Parent who is in secret. And your Parent, who is in secret, will reward you openly.”

(19) “Don’t keep heaping up treasures on earth so that they decay and the grub consume it, and where thieves dig through and steal.

(20) But make for yourselves treasures in the heavens, where neither the worm nor grub consumes, and where thieves do not dig through and steal.

(21) For where your treasure is, there your heart will also be.

(22) The lamp of the body is your eyes. If therefore your eyes look straight ahead then your body will not be in the dark but will be full of light.

(23) But if your eye grows dim, your whole body will become dark. And if the light that is in you becomes darkness, all your ways will be dark.”

(24) “No person can serve two lords. For either she will hate the one, and love the other; or else she will honour and stay close to one, and despise the other. You cannot serve God and wealth.

(24.1) Except you fast to the world, you will in no wise find the Queendom of God.

(24.2) If you do not observe the sabbath as sabbath, you will not see the Parent.

(25) Therefore I say to you, do not be anxious for your souls in what you will eat or what you will drink, or for your bodies in what you will wear. The soul is more precious than food, and the body more than clothing.

(26) See the birds of the heavens. They do not sow seed. Neither do they reap. Nor do they gather into barns. It is your exalted Parent of the heavens who feeds them. Aren’t you more precious than they?

(27) And which of you by being anxious can add twenty inches to your height?

(28) If this is the case, why are you anxious about your clothing? Consider the lilies of the Sharon field, how they grow yet they do not labor or weave, neither do they spin.

(29) Of a truth, I tell you, that even Solomon in all her glory was not clothed like one of these.

(30) But if God clothes the straw which is in the standing grain fresh to-day, and tomorrow it is dried up and thrown into the oven, so much the more will she give you your clothing, Oh you of little trust.

(30.1) So, if you have one garment, what do you lack? Who can add years to your life by worrying about such things? God herself will provide you with clothing!

(31) If God so thinks of you, do not therefore be anxious to say, ‘What will we eat?’ Or, ‘What will we drink?’

(32) because all these things bodies require. For your Parent who is in the heavens knows that you have need of all these things.

(33) But pray first on behalf of God and her righteousness, and all these things will be given to you. So if you ask for the Great Things, God will add to you the little things.

(34) Therefore, do not be anxious about tomorrow. Tomorrow will be anxious about itself. The trouble of today is enough to care about.

Chapter Seven

(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.”

Chapter Eight

(3} “I wish that you are made clean.”

(4) “Strive vigorously not to tell any person. But go, show yourself to the priest, and offer, as a testimony, the gift as Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall))commanded Moses in your law.”

(4.2) “Do you think that these Galileans were worse mistake makers than all the Galileans, because they have suffered such things?

(4.3) Not at all for I tell you that unless you are repenting, you will all likewise perish. Or those of the eighteen on whom the lookout tower of Sending fell and killed them, do you think that these were more debtors than all the other people dwelling in Jerusalem? Not at all for I tell you that unless you are repenting, you will all likewise perish.”

(7) “I will come and heal her.”

(10) “Actually, I tell you, I have not found such trust in all 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)).

(11) And I tell you that many will come from the east and the west, and will rest with Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, in the Queendom of the heavens,

(12) but children of the Queendom will be thrown outside into the outer darkness of gehenna; there will be the weeping and the grinding of teeth.”

(13) “Go your way. As you have believed, it will be done to you.”

(20) “The foxes have holes, and the birds have nests, but the Child of Persons has no floor where to lay her head.”

(22) “Follow me, and leave the dead to bury their dead.”

(26) “Why are you fearful, Oh you little of trust?”

(29) “Come out from there, evil host.”

(32) “Go!”

Chapter Nine

(2) “My child, have confidence. It is by the trust of Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall))that your mistakes have been forgiven.”

(4) “Why do you think evil in your hearts?

(5) For which is easier to say, ‘Your mistakes are forgiven,’ or to say, ‘Get up, and walk?’

(6) But to inform you that the Child of People has authority on earth to forgive mistakes” “Get up, and take up your bed and walk.”

(12) “There is no need of a physician to heal the healthy but only to heal them that are sick.

(13) But go and learn that which is written, ‘I desire loving- kindness, and not sacrifice,’ for I came not to convert the righteous, but to convert mistake makers to repentance.’”

(15) “Can the friends of the bridegroom weep and fast as long as the bridegroom is with them? But the days will come when the bridegroom will be taken away from them, and then they will fast.

(16) And no person wastes a piece of new cloth upon an old garment; for the force of the piece stretches the worn out garment, and a worse tear is made than before.

(17) Neither do people put new wine into old wine-skins. For if they do the skins burst, and the wine is spilled, and the skins are ruined: but they put new wine into new wine-skins, and both are preserved.”

(22) “Have confidence my Child. May you have a long life through Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall)), knelt to be she. Your trust has made you whole and so your healing is because of your trust.”

(24) “Go outside for the child is not dead, but she is sleeping.”

(25) “Young child, get up!”

(28) “Do you believe that I am able to do this?”

(29) “According to your trust it will be done unto you. And so your trust will heal you.”

(30) “Be careful lest the matter be made known.”

(37) “The standing grain actually is plentiful, but the reapers are few.

(38) Pray the Lord of the standing grain sends many reapers to harvest her grain.”

Chapter Ten

(5) “Do not go into any way of the Gentiles, and do not enter into any city of the Samaritans.

(6) But go rather to those sheep who strayed from the family 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)).

(7) And as you go, preach, saying, ‘Turn, Turn, the Queendom of the heavens is at hand!’

(8) Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, and overcome mistakes. Do not take wages. Freely you received. Freely give. For you received for nothing. And for nothing you will give.

(9) Possess neither gold nor silver nor money in your money belts.

(10) Neither pack for your journey a change of clothes nor shoes nor staff in your hand. For the worker is worthy to receive enough for her food.

(11) And into whatever city or region you will enter, ask who is good and honourable among them, and there live until you leave.

(12) And as you enter into the house, give them a Shalom, a salutation of Peace, saying ‘Shalom to this house, Shalom to all who in dwell in it.’

(13) If the house is honourable, it will return to you your peace, that is, your Shalom.

(14) But any person who will not welcome you, nor listen to the sound of your words, go out from that house or city, and shake off even the dust of your feet.

(15) Actually I tell you, it will be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrah in that day of doom and judgment than for that city.

(16) I send you out as sheep among wolves. Be therefore wiser than snakes, and as harmless as doves.

(17) But beware of people. They will deliver you up in their courts, and scourge you with whips in their houses of assembly. And you will be led before

(18) governors and kings. You will be able to bear witness on my behalf, for a testimony to them and to the Gentiles.

(19) But when they deliver you up, take no thought how or what you will say. In that hour the answer you need will come to you.

(20) For it is not you who speaks, but the Holy Spirit of my Parent that speaks through you.

(21) And sibling will deliver up sibling to death, and the parent her child, and the children will rise up against their parents, and cause them to be put to death.

(22) And you will be come a derision and a fright to all the nations for my name’s sake. But she that lasts to the end, the same will be saved. As often as you fall, rise up, and you will be saved.”

(23) “But when they persecute you in one city, flee to another. Actually I tell you, you will not have yourselves gone through the cities 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)) before the Child of People comes.

(24) A student is not greater than her teacher, nor is a servant greater than her master.

(25) It is enough for the student that she should be like her teacher, and the servant to be like her master. If they have called the owner of the house lord of the flies, that is Lord of Tricks, how much more will they do so to the children of her household!

(26) Therefore do not fear them. For there is nothing covered that will not be revealed. And nothing hid that will not be made known.

(27) What I tell you in the darkness, declare it in the light. And what you hear in the ear, proclaim it upon the rooftops.

(28) And do not be afraid of them who kill the body, but have no power to kill the soul. But rather fear her who is able to cause to be perished both soul and body in gehenna.

(29) Are not two sparrows sold for the smallest coin? And not one of them will fall on the ground without the will of your Parent who is in the heavens.

(30) But the very hairs of your head are all numbered.

(31) Therefore do not fear. You person are more valuable than many sparrows.

(32) Everyone therefore who will confess me in the sight of people, I will also confess her before my Parent who is in the heavens.

(33) But whoever will deny me in the sight of people, I will also deny her before my Parent who is in heavens.”

(34.2) “I have come to throw divisions upon the earth –

(35) to separate people – the children from their parents.

(36) Among the enemy will be loved ones.

(34.3) For there will be five in a house. There will be three against two, and two against three; parent against child and child against parent. And they will stand alone.

(37) She that loves her parent more than me or whoever loves her child more than me is not worthy of me. I am not suitable for her.

(38) And whoever does not take up her cross and follow me, the same is not worthy of me.

(39) She that loves her life will lose it. And she that loses it for my sake will find it.

(40) She who hears me, hears her who sent Me. She that receives you receives me, and she that receives me receives the One that sent me.

(41) She that receives a prophet in the name of a prophet will receive a reward of the prophet, and she that receives a righteous one in the name of a righteous one will receive the reward of the righteous one.

(42) And whoever will give a single cup of cold water to drink to one of my little students in the name of my student, Truly, I tell you she will in no way lose her reward.”

Chapter Eleven

(4) “Go and tell John (meaning Yahweh has been gracious (or the Lord graciously gave)) the things which you hear and see:

(5) the blind – they see, and the lame – they walk, the lepers – they are cleansed, and the deaf – they hear, and the dead – they are now the living, and the poor – they are acquitted and made happy.

(6) And happy and knelt to is the one who has no doubt about me.”

(7) “What did you go into the desert to see? A reed shaken in the wind?

(8) But what did you go out to see? A person clothed in noble garments? They that wear noble garments are in ruler’s houses.

(9) But why did you go out to see her? To see a prophet? Yes, I tell you, and much more than a prophet.

(10) This is she, of whom it is written, ‘I send my messenger who will make the way clear before me.’”

(11) “Truly I tell you, among them that are born of people there has not been a greater one than John (meaning Yahweh has been gracious (or the Lord graciously gave)) the Bather.

(12) And from the days of John (meaning Yahweh has been gracious (or the Lord graciously gave)) the Bather until now the Queendom of heaven suffers violence and has been oppressed. And forceful senseless persons plunder it, tearing it apart.

(13) For the prophets and the law spoke about John (meaning Yahweh has been gracious (or the Lord graciously gave)).

(14) And if you wish to receive it, she is Elijah that is to come.

(15) She that has ears to hear, let her hear.”

(16) “But to what will I compare this generation? It is like kids sitting in the marketplaces who call to their companions

(17) and say, ‘We sang to you, and you did not dance; we wailed, and you did not weep.’

(18) For John (meaning Yahweh has been gracious (or the Lord graciously gave)) came neither eating nor drinking, and they say, ‘she has a mistake.’

(19) The Child of People came eating and drinking, and they say ‘A gluttonous person and a drinker of wine, a friend of rich mistake makers!’ So fools judge the wise. But wisdom is proven correct by her children.”

(21) “Boo to you, The Secret! Boo to you, Place of Fishing! For if the mighty works had been done in Rock and Flaming which were done in you, they would have repented from evil long ago in sackcloth and ashes.

(22) But I tell you, it will be more tolerable for Rock and Flaming in the day of judgment than for you.

(23) And you, Capernaum, will you be exalted to heaven? From there you will go down: for if the mighty works had been done in Sodom which were done in you, perhaps Sodom would have remained until this day. Unto Sheol you will be brought down.

(24) But I tell you that it will be easier for the land of Sodom in the day of judgment than for you.”

(25) “I thank you Parent. Be praised my Parent, Creator of heaven and earth, that you did hide these things from the wise and prudent, and revealed them to the lightly esteemed – humble young children.

(26) Truly this was because it was upright before you, my Parent. Yes, Oh Parent, for so was your will before you.”

(27) “All things of my Parent have been given to me.

(27.1) I will choose for myself the most worthy. The most worthy are those whom my Parent in the heavens has given me.

(27.2) And no one knows a child except a parent. Neither does any know a parent except a child, and she to whomever a child wants to reveal her.

(28) Come to me, all you who are weary and enduring labor, and I will help you bear your work.

(29) Take my work as your work, and learn from me. And you will find rest for your souls. Know that I am sad in heart, and driven to break up the soil as cattle does for planting of seed.

(30) For my work is gentle and soft, and my load is easy to bear.”

Chapter Twelve

(3) “Have you not read what David did, when she was hungry, and they that were with her?

(4) How she entered into the house of God, and ate from the showbread of the Presence (that is holy bread) which is not to be eaten except by the priests alone?

(5) Or have you not read in the Law that on the Sabbath the priests in the temple profane the Sabbath, and yet are without mistake?

(6) But I tell you that the temple is greater than this cornfield. So what is lawful in the temple is lawful in this cornfield.

(7) But if you had known what this means, ‘I desire mercy and not sacrifice,’ you would not have condemned the innocent.

(8) For the Child of People is Master even of the Sabbath.”

(11) “What person among you, if her sheep falls into a pit in the Sabbath Day would not grab it and lift it out?

(12) So much the more is person better than such a sheep. So, it is permissible and necessary to do good during the Sabbath Day.”

(13) “Stretch out your hand.”

(25) “Every Queendom divided against itself is brought to desolation. And every city or house divided against itself will fall.

(26) And if adversary throws out another adversary, she is divided against herself. How then will her Queendom stand?

(27) And if I overcome mistakes by the lord of the flies who belongs to your children, then why don’t your children throw them out? Therefore they will be your judges.

(28) But if I by the Spirit of God overcome mistakes, then truly is the end of her Queendom come.

(29) Or how can one enter into the house of the strong person, and rob her goods, except she binds her first? And then she will rob her house.

(30) She that is not with me is against me. And whoever does not gather with me, the same scatters.

(31) Therefore I tell you, every mistake and rudeness will be forgiven the children of people. However, the rudeness against the Spirit will not be forgiven.

(32) And whoever speaks a word against the Child of People, it will be forgiven her. However, whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it will not be forgiven her, neither in this world, nor in the world which is to come.

(33) Determine whether the tree is good, according to good fruit; or determine whether the tree is corrupt according to its bad fruit. For the tree is known by its fruit.

(34) Family of vipers, how can you being evil speak good things? Surely the mouth awakens, the heart speaks.

(35) The good person produces out of the treasure of a good heart good things. And the evil person produces out of the treasure of an evil heart evil things.

(36) And I tell you that every useless and idle word that people will speak, they will give an account in the day of judgment. In whatever things I find you speaking, in those I will judge you.

(37) For by your words you will be judged and by your words you will be condemned.”

(39) “An evil and hypocritical generation seeks after a sign. And there will no sign be given it but the sign of Jonah the prophet.

(40) For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the whale, so will the Child of People be buried in the belly of the earth.

(41) The people of Nineveh will stand up in the judgment with this generation, and will condemn it. For they turned in repentance at the words of Jonah. And look, one greater than Jonah is here.

(42) The Queen of Sheba will rise up in the judgment with this generation, and will condemn it. For she came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon. And look, one greater than Solomon is here.

(43) But the unclean spirit, when she is gone out of the person, passes through waterless places, seeking rest, and does not find it.

(44) Then she says, ‘I will return to my house where I came out.’ And when she returns, she finds it empty, cleaned out with shovels, safe and adorned and ready.

(45) Then she goes and takes with herself seven other spirits more evil than herself, and they enter in and dwell there. And the last state of that person is worse than the first. Even so, it will happen similarly to this evil generation.”

(48) “Who is my parent? And who are my siblings?”

(49) “These are my parents and my siblings!

(50) For whoever does the wishes of my Parent who is in the heavens, they are my siblings and my parents.”

Chapter Thirteen

(3) “Look, the sower went out from her house in the morning to sow her seed.

(4) And as she sowed, some seeds fell on the road, and the birds came and consumed them.

(5) And others fell upon rocks where they had not much soil. And quickly they sprang up, because they had no depth of soil.

(6) And when the sun arose and above it became warm, they withered. And because they had no root, they dried up.

(7) And others fell upon the thorns. And the thorns grew up and suffocated and darkened them.

(8) And others fell upon the good ground, and yielded fruit, the first a hundred times, the second sixty, and the third thirty.

(9) She that has ears, let her hear.”

(11) “To you it is given to know the Queendom of heaven, but to them it is not given. My secret is for me and the offspring of my house.

(12) For whoever has in their hand, to her it will be given again, and she will abound. But whoever has nothing, from her it will be taken away even that little which she thinks she has.

(13) Therefore I speak to them in parables because seeing they see not, and hearing they hear not.

(14) And to them is satisfied what was said through Isaiah the prophet: ‘Go and say to this people, “Hearing, you hear but do not comprehend. Seeing, you see but do not understand.

(15) Make the heart of this people fat and make their ears heavy and blind their eyes, otherwise, it sees with its eyes, and hears with its ears, and understands with its heart and returns, and is healed.”

(16) But happy are your eyes, for they see. And your ears for they hear.

(17) For truly I tell you, that many prophets and righteous people desired to see the things which you are seeing, and saw them not. And to hear the things which you are hearing, and heard them not.

(17.1) I will give you what no eye has seen and no ear has heard and no hand has touched and what has never come up in the human heart.

(18) But hear then the parable of the sower.

(19) The Sower? She is the Child of People. And the seed which fell on the road? All those who hear the word of the Queendom of heaven and do not understand it so the Adversary comes, and snatches away that which has been sown in her heart. This is what the example of the seed sown on the road represents.

(20) And she that was sown upon the rocks? She is the one who hears the word of the Mighty One, and quickly with joy receives it;

(21) but is like the seed which has no root and is in confusion, but lasts for an hour. And when a little trouble and persecution comes to them because of the word, the adversary causes them to forget from their heart the word of the Mighty One and she makes no fruit and is offended.

(22) And she that was sown among the thorns? This is she that hears the word, and in her desire to gather wealth – unfair mammon, the Adversary causes her to forget the word of God and suffocates the word, and she doesn’t make any fruit.

(23) And she that was sown upon the good ground? This is she that hears the word, and understands it; who truly bears fruit, that is, good works, and produces from the first a hundred times, and from the second sixty, and from the third thirty. As for the hundred, this is the one purified in heart and sanctified in body; as for the sixty, this is the one separated from partners. As for this thirty, this is the one sanctified in matrimony, in body and in heart.”

(24) “The Queendom of heaven is similar to a person that sowed good seed in her field.

(25) However, while her people slept, her enemy came and sowed weeds also over the wheat, and went away.

(26) But when the herb sprang up and produced fruit, then she saw the weeds also.

(27) And the servants of the owner of the house came and told her, ‘Friend, didn’t you sow good seed in your field? Why have weeds come into it?’

(28) And she answered them, ‘My enemy has done this.’ And the servants replied to her, ‘We will uproot the weeds.’

(29) But she said to them, ‘No. For as you collect the weeds, you might at the same time root up the wheat with them.

(30) Let both grow together until the harvest. And in the time of the harvest I will say to the reapers, “Gather up first the weeds, and bind them in individual bundles to burn them; but gather the wheat into my barn.”’”

(31) “The Queendom of heaven is like a grain of mustard seed, which a person took, and sowed in her field.

(32) It actually is smaller than all garden herbs. However, when it falls on the tilled ground, it produces a large branch, and it becomes a shelter for the birds of the sky.”

(33) “The Queendom of heaven is similar to yeast which a person took and hid in three measures of flour, and it causes all of it to rise.”

(37) “In this example, she that sows the good seed is the Child of People.

(38) And the field? It’s the world – this age. And the good fruit? These are the righteous. And the weeds? They are the ungodly, children of no use.

(39) And the enemy that sowed them? She is the Adversary, the accuser. And the standing grain at the end? It is the age of the world to come. And the reapers? They are the messengers.

(40) As the reapers gather the weeds to burn, so it will be in the end of days.

(41) The Child of People will send out her messengers and they will uproot from her Queendom all evil ones that cause offence, and them that do iniquity.

(42) And they will throw them into the furnace of fire.

(43) Then will the righteous shine as the sun in the Queendom of their Parent. She that has ears to hear, let her hear.”

(44) “The Queendom of the heavens is like a treasure hidden in the field which a person found, and hid. And in her joy over the value she went and sold all that she had, and bought that field.

(45) Again, the Queendom of heaven is like a person who is a merchant who possessed merchandise and was seeking to buy good pearls.

(46) The merchant was prudent. Having found one precious pearl, she went and sold all her merchandise, and bought the pearl alone.

(46.1) You, too, are to seek for the treasure that does not fail, that lasts, where no moth comes near to consume and where no worm destroys.

(47) Again, the Queendom of heaven is like a drag net that was thrown into the sea and gathered of every kind of fish

(48) which, when it was filled, they drew it out up on the beach. And the fisher people sat down on the sea shore and chose the good and put them into vessels, but the bad they threw away.

(49) So it will be in the end of days. The messengers will come, and separate the wicked from the midst of the righteous,

(50) and will throw the wicked into the furnace of fire. There will be the weeping and the grinding of their teeth.

(51) Have you understood all these things?”

(52) “Therefore every scribe or wise person who has been made a student to the Queendom of heaven is like a person that is a householder who brings out of her treasure things new and old.”

(57) “A prophet is not acceptable in her own country, neither does a physician work cures upon them that know her.”

Chapter Fourteen

(16) “They have no need to go away. You will give them something to eat.”

(18) “Bring them to me.”

(27) “Let trust be among you! Rest assured it is I. Do not be afraid!”

(29) “Come!”

(31) “Person of little belief, why did you doubt?”

Chapter Fifteen

(3) “Why do you also transgress the commandments and words of God, the Mighty One, because of your ordinances and tradition?

(4) Is it not written in your Law from the mouth of God, ‘Honour your parents: and, she that curses or smites her parents, will surely be put to death’?

(5) But you say, ‘Whoever can say to her parents in financial need, “Whatever help you might otherwise have gotten from me was already given as money donated to the Temple treasury, then she does not supposedly have to honour her parents.’ So you make any donation at the temple she might give for the sake of herself as a mistake maker able to wipe out this iniquity against her parents. It is supposedly forgiven and will be removed from her. You have so made the commandment of God void because of your tradition.

(6) So she does not honour her parents by helping them in their financial need, and so you have despised the words of God, the Mighty One, because of your tradition.

(7) You hypocrites! Isaiah did correctly prophesy of you, saying,

(8) ‘So Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall))says: “This people has come near me with their mouth and lips, but their heart is far from me

(9) and their reverence toward me has become the observance of commandments taught by people.”’

(10) “Hear and know!

(11) It is not that which enters into the mouth which soils and pollutes the person. Rather, it is that which comes out of the mouth that renders impure the person.”

(13) “Every plant which my heavenly Parent did not plant will be rooted up.

(14) Leave them alone. The blind are leading the blind, and if a blind person leads another blind person, both will fall into a ditch.”

(16) “Are you also still without any understanding?

(17) Don’t you understand that whatever goes into the mouth passes into the belly, and goes on to the natural place?

(18) But the things which come out of the mouth are moved by the heart. And they are what soils and pollutes the person.

(19) For out of the soiled polluted heart comes evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, unsafe sex, thefts, the witness of liars, curses and blasphemies.

(20) These things soil and render iniquitous the person. However, to eat with unwashed hands does not soil or pollute the person.

(20.1) Yet abstain by all means from meat sacrificed to idols; for it is the worship of dead gods.”

(24) “I was only sent to the lost sheep of the house 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)).”

(26) “It is not good that a person take bread from her children and throw it to the dogs.”

(28) “Friend, how great is your belief. What you asked will be done to you even as it is in your heart to be done.”

(32) “I have compassion for the crowds because they continue with me now two days since they came across and have nothing to eat. And I will not let them go fasting, and they faint away.”

(34) “How many loaves of bread do you have?”

Chapter Sixteen

(3) “You know how to judge the face of the heavens and the earth, but you have not known what is ahead of you. You do not know how to test this time and so you cannot discern the signs of the times.

(4) The offspring of evildoers seek after a sign. And no sign will be given to it except the sign of Jonah the Prophet.”

(8) “You have little understanding if you think you have no bread.

(9) Don’t you yet understand or remember the five loaves for the five thousand, and how many baskets you gathered up afterwards?

(10) Don’t you remember the seven loaves for the four thousand, and how many baskets you gathered up afterwards?”

(10.1)[old 6] “Take heed and beware of the yeast of the Dividers and the Correct Ones.”

(10.2)[old 7] “What are you thinking, you of little trust, that it is because you have taken no bread that I say this?

(11) How is it that you do not perceive that I am not talking to you about round loaves of bread? But beware of the teaching and behaviour of the Dividers and the Correct Ones.”

(12.1) "The Divider plans in advance. Before doing wrong, she slyly reasons everything out by making all manner of subtle excuse. Take care that you do not end up suffering the same fate as them. For the wicked of humanity receive judgment not only among the living, but also they will undergo punishment and much torment later.”

(13) “What do the children of people say about me, the Child of People?”

(15) “But who do you say that I am?”

(17) “Happy are you, Simon (meaning he who hears (or snub nosed)), Child of John (meaning Yahweh has been gracious (or the Lord graciously gave)) for this was not revealed to you by body and blood, but was revealed to you by my Parent who is in heaven.

(18) And I also tell you, you are a stone and over you I will build my house of prayer and the group-makers of gehenna will not gain the upper hand against you.

(19) I will give to you the keys of the Queendom of heaven: and whatever you will bind on earth will be bound in heaven; and whatever you will loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.”

(23) “Follow after me! Do not disobey me and do not quarrel with me – adversary. You are an obstacle and insult to me for you do not take pleasure in the word of God but only in the words of people.”

(24) “If any person would follow me, she must reject herself, and take up her cross, and be willing to offer herself up to death, and become a dedicated follower of me.

(25) For whoever would save her life will lose it for my sake. And whoever will lose her life in this world for my sake, the same will save her soul for the life in the age of the world to come.

(26) For what profit will a person have if she will gain the whole world but forfeit her spirit forever? Or what good exchange does the person make if for the present things that are spoiling she should give her soul to the judgment of gehenna?

(27) For the Child of People will come in the glory from her Parent with her messengers. And then she will reward to every person according to her works.

(28) Truly I tell you that some who stand here will not taste death until they see the Child of People’s Queendom that comes.

Chapter Seventeen

(5) “This is my Child, my beloved, and My delight is in her. Listen to her. You will obey her.”

(7) “Get up, and do not be afraid.”

(9) “Do not tell anyone about this vision which you have seen until the Child of People is risen from the dead.”

(11) “Elijah actually comes, and will save all the world and restore all things

(12.1) but I tell you that Elijah came already, and they did not know her, but did to her whatever they desired.”

(12.2) “Even so will they do to the Child of People.”

(17) “O perverse generation! Boo to you who deny me! How long will I be with you? How long will I bear your trouble? Bring her here to me.”

(20) “Because of the limitation of your belief. For truly I tell you, if within you becomes a belief as a grain of mustard seed, you will tell this mountain, ‘Move away from here!’ and it will immediately move away. And nothing will be withheld from you.

(21) But this kind of mistake is overcome only by prayer and fasting.”

(22) “The Child of People will be given up into the hands of people.

(23) And they will kill her. And on the third day she will be raised up.”

(25) “What do you think, Simon (meaning he who hears (or snub nosed))? The kings of the earth, from whom do they receive customs tribute? From their own children, or from foreigners?”

(26) “If so, the children are free. Do not be dismayed at this.”

(27) “But, so we do not provoke them, go to the sea, and throw a baited net, and take up the fish that comes up first. And when you open her mouth, you will find a didrachma coin. That take, and give it to them for us.”

Chapter Eighteen

(2) “Truly I tell you, except you repent and turn, and become as this little child, you will in no wise enter into the Queendom of the heavens.

(4) Whoever therefore will humble herself as this child, the same will be greatest in the Queendom of heaven.

(5) And whoso will receive one such child as this in my name receives me.

(6) But whoever will cause one of these little ones that believes on me to stumble, it would be good for her never to have been born. It would be better for her that an upper millstone should be hanged about her neck, and that she should be thrown into the depths of the sea than that she should cause one of my chosen to miss the mark.

(7) Boo unto the inhabitants of the world because of offences. Such offences must come. But boo to that person by whom an offence comes!

(8) And if your hand or your foot causes you to stumble, cut it off, and throw it from yourself. It is better for you to enter into life maimed or lame, rather than having two hands and two feet to be thrown into the eternal fire.

(9) And if your eye causes you to stumble, pluck it out, and throw it from yourself. It is better for you to enter into life with one eye rather than having two eyes to be given over to gehenna.

(10) And you are warned not to judge one of these little ones. For I tell you that in heaven their messengers do continually always report on the children of my Parent who is in heaven.”

(11) “The Child of People has devoted herself entirely to saving the enemies of God.

(12) What do you think? If any person has a hundred sheep, and one of them is lost and runs off, doesn’t she leave the ninety and nine in the mountains, and seek those which were led astray?

(13) And if she happens to find it, truly I tell you she rejoices over it more than over the ninety and nine which have not gone astray.

(14) Even so, it is not the will of your Parent who is in heaven that one of these little ones should be lost.”

(15) “And if your sibling makes a mistake against you, go, show her her fault privately. If she listens to you, you have gained your sibling.

(16) But if she does not listen to you, reprove her before another. If by every oath she does not listen, add still one or two more witnesses, in order that your words might be before two or three witnesses because by two or three witnesses a matter and every word may be established.

(17) And if by every oath she does not listen, then tell it in the assembly. And if she also refuses to hear in the assembly, consider her one to be shunned as an enemy and cruel.

(18) Truly I tell you, what oath you will bind on earth will be bound in heaven. And what oath you will loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.

(19) Again I tell you that if two of you will agree on earth, everything which you will ask will be done for you by my Parent who is in heaven.

(20) For where two or three are assembled together in my Name, there am I among them. Wherever there are two, they are not without God. And wherever there is one alone, I say I am with her.”

(22) “If your sibling makes a mistake in word and has made up with you seven times in a day, receive her.” “up to seventy times seven. For the prophets were found with mistaken speech even after they were marked with the Holy Spirit. The one who has not forgiven seventy times seven is not worthy of me.

(23) Therefore the Queendom of heaven is like a certain ruler who wished to take stock of her servants.

(24) And when she had begun to take stock, one was brought to her that owed her about ten thousand pieces of gold.

(25) But she had nothing to give to pay, so her master commanded her to be sold, and her partner and children and all that she had, until full payment was made to her.

(26) The servant therefore fell down before her master and implored her to have pity on her, and to be patient with her because she would repay everything saying, ‘Lord, give me time, and be patient with me, for I will pay you all.’

(27) And the master of that servant had pity on her, released her, and forgave her the entire debt.

(28) But that servant went out, and found one of her fellow-servants, who owed her a hundred dollars and she laid hold on her, and held her fast and struck her, saying, ‘Pay what you owe.’

(29) So her fellow-servant fell down and begged her, saying, ‘Trust me and give me time and have patience with me, and I will pay everything to you.’

(30) And she would not listen to her. So she went and threw her into prison until she should pay all that which was due her.

(31) So when the servants of the sibling saw this, they were very angry, and came and told their master all that the servant had done.

(32) Then her master called her, and said to her, ‘You cursed Servant of no use, I forgave you all your debt because you entreated me.

(33) Shouldn’t you also have had pity on and forgiven your servant even as I had pity on you?’

(34) And her master’s anger was strong, and commanded she be given to the prison and troubled until she should repay her all her debt.

(35) So will also my Parent in Heaven do to you if you do not forgive your sibling in a perfect heart your sibling's mistakes against you.”

Chapter Nineteen

(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.”

Chapter Twenty

(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.”

(18) “We are going to Jerusalem. And the Child of People will be given to the chief sages and priests. And they will condemn her to death.

(19) And they will deliver her to the Gentiles to smite and destroy her but on the third day she will be raised up.”

(21) “What do you want?”

(22) “You do not know what you are asking.” “Are you able to take the suffering and death that I am about to take? Can you drink the cup that I will drink of, and be immersed in the immersion that I will be immersed in?”

(23) “Actually you will drink of my cup, and will be immersed in the immersion that I will be immersed in. But to sit on my right hand and on my left hand is not mine to give to you, but it belongs only for whom it is prepared for by my Parent.”

(25) “You know that the rulers of the Gentiles rule it over them, and their great ones seek to subdue them and exercise authority among them.

(26) It will not be so among you. But whoever wants to become great among you will serve you.

(27) And whoever wants to be first among you will be your servant,

(28) even as the Child of People came not to be served, but to serve, and to give her soul as a ransom for many.”

(28.1) “Seek to grow to be less, and you will grow to be more, while great ones who make no such effort will be brought low. And when you go in and have been called upon to dine, do not recline in the most important places, lest one more honourable than you should come and the one who called the dinner should come to you and say: ‘Your spot is still lower,’ and you should be ashamed. But if you sit down at the lesser place and one lesser than you should come, the one who called the dinner will say to you: ‘Go still higher.’ And this will be more profitable for you. So, seek to increase from that which is small, and from the greater to become less.”

(32) “What do you want me to do for you?”

(34) “Your belief has healed you.”

Chapter Twenty-One

(2) “Go into the fortress enclosure that is opposite from you, and immediately you will find a female donkey tied, and a foal by her side. Loose them, and bring them to me.

(3) And if anyone says anything to you, say to them, “The Master needs them. And she will quickly let them go.”

(13) “It is written, ‘My house will be called a house of prayer by all the nations, but you make it a robber’s den – a cave of violent people.’”

(16) “I heard them. Did you never read, ‘Out of the mouth of children you have established strength?’”

(19) “Let there be no fruit from you from now and forever.”

(21) “Truly I tell you, if you have trust without doubt, you will be able to do not only what was done to the fig tree, but even if you should say to this mountain, ‘Be taken up and thrown into the sea,’ it will be done.

(22) And all things, whatever you ask in prayer and trust while believing, you will receive.”

(24) “I also will ask you one question, which if you tell me, I likewise will tell you by what power I do these things.

(25) The bath of John (meaning Yahweh has been gracious (or the Lord graciously gave)), from where did it come? From heaven or from people?”

(27) “Neither then do I tell you by what power I do these things.”

(28) “What is your opinion? A person had two children. And she came to the first, and said, ‘Son, go work to-day in my vineyard.’

(29) And the child answered and said, ‘I do not wish to,’ but afterward she was sorry, and went.

(30) And the parent came to the second child, and said likewise. And the second child answered and said, ‘Here I am Sir.’ But she did not go.

(31) Which of the two did the will of the parent?” “Truly, I tell you that transgressors – the tax-collectors, violent people, publicans and the harlots – will be advanced over you into the Queendom of heaven.

(32) For John (meaning Yahweh has been gracious (or the Lord graciously gave)) came to you in the Way of righteousness, and you did not seriously listen to her. But tax-collectors, violent people, and the harlots – transgressors – did heed her seriously. But you, when you saw it, you did not believe her, and you did not turn in repentance afterwards as they have done. To her who has ears to hear let her hear and be ashamed.”

(33) “Hear now another parable – the parable of the Sower. There was a certain honourable person who planted a vineyard, and walled it up on every side, and dug a winepress in it, and built a tower in its midst, and entrusted it to farm workers to cultivate it, and then she went into another country.

(34) And when the fruit season approached, she sent servants to the farm workers – those working the vineyard – to receive her profit.

(35) But the farm workers took her servants, and beat one, and killed another, and stoned another.

(36) Again, she sent many more servants than the first time. And they did the same to them.

(37) Finally, she sent to them her child, saying, ‘Perhaps they will honour my child.’

(38) But the farm workers when they saw the child, said among themselves, ‘This is the heir. Come, let us kill her, and we will inherit her estate.’

(39) And they took her, and threw her out of the vineyard, and killed her.

(40) Think for yourselves – when the lord of the vineyard will come, what will she do to them? These farm workers?”

(42) “Did you never read in the Psalms, ‘The stone which the builders rejected, the same was made the head of the corner. This was from Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall)), And it is awesome in our eyes?’

(43) Therefore I tell you that the Queendom of heaven will be taken away from you and will be given to a nation producing fruit.

(44) And she that falls on this stone will be thrown down and broken apart.”

Chapter Twenty-Two

(2) “The Queendom of heaven is like a certain ruler who made a marriage ceremony for her child.

(3) And she sent out her servants to call them that were invited to the marriage ceremony. And they did not want to come.

(4) Again she sent out other servants, saying, ‘Tell them that are invited. I have made ready my dinner. My cows and my geese are killed, and all things are ready. Come to the marriage ceremony.’

(5) But they ignored it and did not respond, and went their way, some into the city and some to their businesses.

(6) And others grabbed her servants, and abused them, and killed them.

(7) The ruler heard this, and her anger was strong. And she sent her hosts and destroyed those murderers, and burned their houses with fire.

(8) Then she said to her servants, ‘The wedding is ready, but they that were invited were not worthy.

(9) Go therefore to the outgoings of the highways, and as many as you will find, invite to the marriage ceremony.’

(10) And those servants went out into the highways, and gathered together as many as they found, both bad and good. And the wedding ceremony was filled with those who were eating at the table.

(11) But when the ruler came in to see the guests, she saw there a person who did not have on a wedding-garment.

(12) And she said to her, ‘My Friend, how did you come in here not having a wedding-garment?’ And she was silent.

(13) Then the ruler said to the servants, ‘Bind her hand and foot, and throw her out into the nether most and lowest gehenna. There will be the weeping and the grinding of teeth.

(14) Many are called but few are chosen.”

(18) “Why entice and tempt me, you hypocrites?

(19) Show me the tax coin to pay tribute.”

(20) “Whose likeness is this image and inscription?”

(21) “Return therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.”

(29) “You err, not understanding the Writings, nor the power of God.

(30) For in the day of the resurrection, people will not take partners, but are as messengers of God in heaven.

(31) But as touching the resurrection of the dead, have you not read that which was spoken to you by God, saying,

(32) ‘I am the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob?’ If so, God is not the God of the dead, but of the living.”

(37) “This is the First Commandment: You will love and worship Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall)), your God, and her only will you serve with all your heart and with all your strength, and with all your mind.

(38) This is the greatest commandment in the whole Law. And this is the first.

(39) But the second is like it, ‘You will love your neighbour as yourself.’

(40) On these two commandments hangs all the Law and the prophets.

(40.1) There are two ways–one of life and one of death. and there is a great difference between the two ways.

(40.2) The way of life is this.

(40.3) First of all, you will love the God that made you.

(40.4) Secondly, you will love your neighbour as yourself.

(40.5) And all things you would not want to happen to yourself, neither do to another.

(40.6) These words are the Teaching of the Way of life.”

(43) “How then does David by the holy spirit call her Master, saying,

(44) ‘Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall)) said to my Master “Sit on my right hand until I make your enemies the footstool of your feet?”

(45) If David then calls her Master, how is she her child?”

Chapter Twenty-Three

(2) “The scribes and the Dividers sit on Moses’ seat.

(3) Now all that she, Moses, says to you keep and do but do not do works according to their commandments for they quote Moses but do not do what they quote.

(4) Yes, they demand and set forth heavy loads that the shoulders of people are not able to bear, and they themselves will not lift a finger to help move them.

(5) But all their actions and works they do for appearances – to be seen by the children of people. They wear expensive garments and large tassels,

(6) and love the principal couches and seats at dinner, and to be seated first in the synagogues and at benedictions

(7) and to be called Rabbi in the marketplaces.

(8) As to you, do not desire to be called Rabbi, neither be called Rabbi. For one is your Rabbi, your teacher, the Messiah (meaning inaugurated (or of the highest earthly rank)), and you are all siblings.

(9) Also do not be called parent upon the earth. And don’t you call any person on the earth your parent because one is your Parent – she who is in heaven.

(10) Neither be called teachers for one is your teacher even the Messiah (meaning inaugurated (or of the highest earthly rank)).

(11) The greatest among you will serve you.

(12) And whoever will exalt herself will be humbled. And whoever will humble herself will be exalted.

(13) But boo to you sages, scribes and Dividers! Hypocrites! Because you have received the keys of knowledge of the Queendom and have hidden them. And you so shut the Queendom of heaven against the children of people while you yourselves have not entered the Queendom. And to them that were entering you did not open or permit them to enter, even those who eagerly wished to enter.

(14) Boo to you sages, and Dividers! Hypocrites! For you divide and consume widows’ houses with lengthy exposition and long speeches. Therefore you will receive a lengthy punishment.

(15) Boo unto you scribes and Dividers! Hypocrites! For you travel a circuit of sea and land to bind the heart of one person in your trust as a student. And when you find one, you teach her your ways so she becomes doubly worse than you, and so twice more a child of gehenna than yourselves. You have not let other people enter the Queendom of heaven since you yourself have not entered it.

(16) Boo to you, seat of the blind guides, that say, ‘Whoever will swear by the temple, she is not obligated and it is nothing, but whoever will swear by anything which is consecrated to the structure of the temple such as the gold of the temple, you say she is obligated to pay.

(17) You mad and blind! For which is greater? The gold? Or the Temple that sanctifies the gold?

(18) And you say, ‘Whoever will swear by the altar, is not obligated and it is nothing but whosoever will swear that she will make a gift – offering, then you say she is obligated to give it.’

(19) You blind! For which is greater, the gift or the altar that sanctifies the gift?

(20) she therefore that swears by the altar, swears by it, and by all things upon it.


(22) And she that swears by the throne of God swears by it and by her that abides therein.

(23) Boo to you, scribes and Dividers! Hypocrites! For you pay tithes of mint, dill, pomegranate and cumin, but commit robbery and have left undone that which are the weightiest matters in the Law – the Torah’s judgments on justice, loving-kindness, trustfulness, and truth. These are commands worthy of doing. One should not forget them.

(24) Offspring of blind leaders, nit-pickers who strain out the gnat, and swallow the camel!

(25) Boo to you, scribes and Dividers! Hypocrites! For you wash the outside of the cups and of the platters, but inside of them is full of wickedness, robbery and uncleanness.

(26) Hypocrite! Wash first the inside of the cup in order that the outside might become pure.

(27) Boo to you sages and Dividers! Hypocrites! For you are like white-washed graves which outwardly appear beautiful to the children of people, but inwardly are full of the bones of the dead and the filthy.

(28) So you also outwardly appear righteous to the children of people, but inwardly you are full of depravity, hypocrisy and violence.

(29) Boo to you sages and Dividers! Hypocrites! For you build the graves of the prophets, and garnish the tombs of the righteous,

(30) and say, ‘If we had been alive in the days of our parents, we should not have permitted them to put to death the prophets.’

(31) Wherefore you bear witness against yourselves that you are children of them that slew the prophets.

(32) You behave according to the deeds of your parents.

(33) You snakes! You offspring of vipers! How will you escape the judgment of gehenna if you do not turn in repentance?”

(34) “Therefore, I send to you prophets, and sages, and scribes. Some of them you will kill. And some of them you will afflict with whips in your synagogues. And some you will pursue from city to city.

(35) This is so that upon you may come all the righteous blood shed on the earth, from the blood of Abel the righteous unto the blood of Zachariah child of Jehoiada whom you slew between the sanctuary and the altar.

(36) Truly I tell you, all these things will come upon this generation and upon

(37) Jerusalem, who kills the prophets, and removes those that are sent to her! How often I would have gathered your children together, even as a hen gathers her chickens under her wings, and you would not!

(38) Look, you will leave your houses desolate.

(39) For I say unto you, you will not see me here after until you will say, ‘Kneel to she that comes in the name of our saviour – she that comes in the name of Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall)).’”

Chapter Twenty-Four

[John 8:7] “she that is without mistake among you, let her throw the first stone at her.”

[John 8:10] “Friend, where are they? Does no person condemn you?”

[John 8: 11] “Neither will I condemn you. Go your way. From now on misunderstand no more.”

(2) “Don’t you see all these things? Truly I tell you, there will not be left here one stone upon stone.”

(4) “Take heed that no person lead you astray.

(5) For many will come in My Name saying ‘I am she, the Messiah (meaning inaugurated (or of the highest earthly rank))’ – ‘ I am Christ (meaning anointed (or someone who answers only to the Creator and not to any human))' and will deceive and lead you astray.

(6) And you will hear of wars and rumours of wars. See that you are not foolish and dismayed for these things must come to pass. But the end is not yet.

(7) For nation will rise against nation, and Queendom against Queendom. And there will be pestilence, famines and earthquakes in various places.

(8) But all these things are the beginning of travail.

(9) Then will they give you over to tribulation, and will kill you: and you will be hated of all the nations, that is the Gentiles because of My Name.

(10) And then will many be perturbed and will deal treacherously with her neighbour, and will be enraged against her sibling.

(11) And many false prophets will come, and will lead many astray.

(12) When apostasy and iniquity will abound, the charity and love of the many will grow faint and cold.

(13) But she that remains standing firm and patiently waits until the end, the same will be saved and have life.

(14) And this gospel of the Queendom will be preached in the whole world for a testimony to all the Gentiles – the nations – about me, and then will the end come.

(15) So this is the Anti-Christ (meaning not anointed (or anyone or anything that wiggles in between a human being and God, someone who professes to know God better, or who speaks in God's name) and this is the abomination that desolates which was spoken of by Daniel as standing in the holy place. (Let the one who reads understand.)

(16) Then let them that are in Judah flee to the mountains.

(17) Let her that is on the housetop not go down to take out things that are in her house.

(18) And let her that is in the field not return back to take her clothes.

(19) But boo unto them that are about to bear a child and to them that nurse children in those days!

(20) And pray to God that your flight is not in the winter, neither on a Sabbath,

(21) for then will be great tribulation, such as has not been from the beginning of the world until now, no, nor ever will be after it.

(22) And except those days had been shortened, no body would have been saved. But for the chosen’s sake, those days will be shortened.

(23) If any person will say to you, ‘Lo, here is the Messiah (meaning inaugurated (or of the highest earthly rank)) or, Here,’ don’t believe it.

(24) For there will be false messiahs (meaning falsely inaugurated (or pretending to be of the highest earthly rank)), and false prophets, and will show great signs and wonders, so that, if it can be, they will come to lead astray the chosen.

(26) If therefore they will say to you, ‘Look, she is in the desert or wilderness,’ do not go out to see; or if they will say ‘Look, she is in the inner rooms,’ don’t believe it.

(27) For as the lightning comes forth from the east, and is seen even unto the west, so will be the coming of the Child of People.

(28) Wherever the body is, there will the vultures be gathered together.

(25) Look, I have told you beforehand.

(29) After the tribulation of those days, the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give her light, and the stars will fall from heaven, and the host of the heavens will be shaken.

(30) And then will appear the sign of the Child of People in the heavens. And then will all the families of the land mourn, and they will see the Child of People coming on the clouds of heaven with many warriors and a very great fortification with dreadful appearance and great power and glory.

(31) And she will send her messengers with a trumpet, and with a great shout will gather together her elect from the four winds, from the heights of heaven to the farthest ends.

(32) Now from the fig tree learn her parable. When you see its branches and leaves sprouting, you know that the ripe fruit is near.

(33) So likewise you, when you will see all these things, know that she is near the gates, even at the doors.

(34) Truly I tell you, this race will not pass away until all these things be accomplished.

(35) Heaven and earth will pass away but my words will not pass away.

(36) Of that day and about that hour there will be no person that knows. Only the Parent knows.”

(37) “And as were the days of Noah, so will be the coming of the Child of People.

(38) For as in those days which were before the flood they were eating and drinking, being fruitful and multiplying, until the day that Noah entered into the ark.

(39) And they did not know the end was near until the flood came, and took them all away. So will be the coming of the Child of People.

(40) Then will two people [of the same gender] be in the field, one righteous and the other evil; the one is taken, and the other is left:

(41) two [of the same gender] will be in one bed; one will be taken, and one will be left; two people [of the same gender] will be grinding at the mill; one is taken, and the other is left. This is because the messengers at the end of the world will remove the stumbling blocks from the world and will separate the good from the evil.”

(42) “Be therefore alert and vigilant! For you do not know at what hour your Lord will come.

(43) This you know, that if the master of the house had known in what watch the thief was coming, in truth she would have been alert and vigilant, and would not have suffered her house to be broken into.

(44) Therefore also be ready because you do not know at what hour the Child of People is going to come.

(45) What do you think of the obedient and prudent servant whom her lord has set over the children to give them their bread in its time?

(46) Knelt to is that servant whom her lord finds her doing so when she comes.

(47) Truly, I tell you that she will place her over all her substance.

(48) But if that servant will say wickedly in her heart, ‘My lord tarries to come,’

(49) and will begin to beat the servants which are with her, and will eat and drink with gluttons;

(50) the lord of that servant will come in a day when she is not expecting, and at a time when she does not know she is coming.

(51) And her lord will cut her asunder, and appoint her portion with the hypocrites. There will be the weeping and the grinding of teeth.”

Chapter Twenty-Five

(1) “Then will the Queendom of heaven be like ten virgins who took their lamps and went out to meet the bridegroom and a bride.

(2) And five of them were lazy fools, and five were alert and prudent.

(3) For the five foolish, when they took their lamps, they took no oil with them

(4) but the prudent took oil in their vessels with their lamps.

(5) Now while the bridegroom was delayed, they all lingered and slept.

(6) But at midnight there is a cry, ‘Look, the bridegroom! Come out now to meet her.’

(7) Then all those virgins arose, and made ready their lamps.

(8) And the foolish said to the prudent, ‘Give us of your oil. For our lamps have gone out.’

(9) But the prudent answered, saying, ‘We may not give you because there will not be enough for both us and you. Go rather to them that sell, and buy for yourselves.’

(10) And while they went away to buy, the bridegroom came. And they that were ready went in with her to the banquet-hall. And the door was locked closed.

(11) Afterward came also the other virgins, saying, ‘Our Lord, Lord! Open to us.’

(12) But she answered and said, ‘Truly I tell you, I do not know you.’

(13) And therefore you be careful, alert and vigilant! For you do not know the day nor the hour when the bridegroom will come.”

(14) “The Queendom of the heavens is like a person going on a far seafaring journey to a strange country abroad. She called her own servants, and gave to them her money.

(15) And to one she gave five coins of gold, to another two coins of gold, and lastly she gave one coin of gold to another; to each according to her ability – what was suitable for her. And she went on her journey.

(16) Immediately she that accepted the five coins of gold went and traded with them, and acquired five more gold coins.

(17) She that accepted two gold coins went at once and squandered the substance with harlots and flute-people.

(18) And she that received one gold coin went away and dug in the earth, and hid her lord’s money in the hole she dug.

(19) Now after a long time the lord of those servants returned, and took stock with them.

(20) And she that had accepted the five gold coins came near, saying, ‘Lord, you gave me five talents, and here are ten, including another five which I have gained for you.’

(21) her lord said to her, “Well done. Truly you are a good and obedient servant. You have been trustworthy over a few things. I will set you over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord.

(22) She that accepted the two gold coins and squandered them on harlots and flute people was shut up in prison.

(30) her Lord said: ‘And throw out this worthless and lazy servant into prison in the lowest places. There will be the weeping and the grinding of teeth.’

(24) And she also that had accepted the one gold coin came near and said, ‘Lord, I knew that you are a firm and hard person, reaping where you did not sow, and gathering where you did not scatter.

(25) And I was afraid, and went away and hid your coin of gold in the earth. Here, you have back your gold coin as your own.’

(26) But her lord answered and said to her, ‘You wicked and lazy servant. You knew that I reap where I did not sow, and gathered where I did not scatter.

(27) You ought therefore to have put my money to my money-changers, and at my return I should have received back mine own with profit.

(28) Take away therefore the coin of gold from her, and give it to her that has the ten gold coins.’

(29) For to everyone that has will more be given, and she will have abundance. But from her that does not have any profit to show, even that which she has and was intended for her will be taken away.”

(31) “But when the Child of People will come in her revelation, and all the messengers with her, then she will sit on her glorious throne.

(32) And before her will be gathered all the nations. And she will separate between them one from another, these from those as the shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.

(33) And she will set the sheep on her right hand, but the goats on the left hand.

(34) Then will she say to them on her right hand, ‘Come, you knelt to of my Parent, inherit the Queendom prepared for you from the creation of the world until now.

(35) For I was hungry, and you gave me to eat. I was thirsty, and you gave me drink. I was a wayfarer, and you took me in.

(36) Naked, and you clothed me. I was sick, and you visited me. I was in prison, and you came to me.’

(37) Then will the righteous ones answer her, saying, ‘Oh our Lord, when did we see you hungry, and feed you? Or thirsty, and gave you something to drink?

(38) And when did we see you a stranger and took you in? Or naked, and clothed you?

(39) And when did we see you sick, or in prison, and came to you?’

(40) And the Ruler will answer and say to them, ‘Truly I tell you, every time you did it to one of the needy of these which are my siblings even the little ones like these, it is as if you have done it to me.’

(41) Then she will also say to them on the left hand, ‘Depart from me, you cursed, and get into the eternal fire – the place prepared for the adversary and her messengers.

(42) Because I was hungry, and you did not give me anything to eat. I was thirsty, and you gave me no drink.

(43) I was a wayfarer, and you did not take me in. Naked, and you did not clothe me. Sick, and in prison, and you did not visit me.’

(44) Then will they also answer, saying, ‘Oh our Lord, when did we see you hungry, or thirsty, or a wayfarer, or naked, or sick, or in prison, and did not serve you?’

(45) Then will she answer them, saying, ‘Truly I tell you, whenever you neglected to do so to these needy, even the little ones like these, you did not do it to me.’

(46) And these will go away into eternal punishment but the righteous into eternal life.”

Chapter Twenty-Six

(2) “You know that after two days the Passover arrives, and the Child of People is betrayed and given up to be crucified.”

(10) “Are you making an accusation against this person? In truth, she has done a good and awesome work for me.

(11) For you have the poor always with you. But you do not always have me.

(12) her placing this oil on my body refers to my burial.

(13) Truly I tell you, wherever this Good-News will be preached in the whole world, what this person has done will also be spoken about in memory of her.”

(17.1) “With desire I have desired to eat this passover with you.”

(18) “Go into the city to a certain person who will be a volunteer for the task, and tell her, ‘The Teacher says, My time is near. I along with my students keep the Passover with you.’”

(21) “Truly I tell you, that one of you will inform against me.”

(23) “She that dips her hand with me in the dish, the same will sell me.”

(24) “The Child of People goes to her fate, even as it is written of her: but boo to that person through whom the Child of People is betrayed! It would have been better for that person if she had never been born.”

(25) “You have said it.”

(26) “Take, eat! This is my body.”

(27) “Drink from this all of you;

(28) for this is my blood of the new promise, which will be sacrificially poured out for many for the atonement of mistake makers.

(29) But I tell you, I will not drink from this time forward of this fruit of the vine, until that day when I drink it new with you in the Queendom of the heavens.”

(31) “Come all of you, you will be grieved at me this night. For it is written, ‘I will smite the shepherd, and the sheep of the flock will be scattered.’

(32) But after my resurrection from death, I will be revealed to you in Galilee (meaning roll yourself onto God (or to put your trust in Her)).”

(34) “Truly I tell you that this night, before the cock crows, you will deny me three times.”

(36) “Sit here while I go over there to pray.”

(38) “My soul is more than grieving unto death. Support me, and keep watch with me.”

(39) “My Parent, if it is possible, please take this cup from me. Nevertheless, let it not be according as I will but only according to your will.”

(40) “What, you couldn’t be vigilant and stay awake with me one hour?

(41) Be vigilant and pray that you do not enter into temptation. The spirit actually is willing to go to its creator, but the body is weak and sick. But that which is weak will be saved through that which is strong.”

(42) “My Parent, if this cup cannot pass unless I drink it, your will be done.”

(45) “Sleep on now, and take your rest.” “Look, the time has come near, and the Child of People is given into the hands of mistake makers.

(46) Get up, let us be going. Look, she is at hand that betrays me.”

(50) “My dear Friend, what have you done? To what end have you come?”

(52) “Put up again your sword into its place. For all they that draw the sword will perish by the sword.

(53) Do you not understand I am able to meet my enemies if I asked my Parent? And actually there will be for me more than twelve legions of messengers?

(54) But how then should the scriptures be satisfied what is intended to be done?”

(55) “Have you come out as against robbers with swords and spears, whips and clubs to seishe me? I sat daily beside you in the temple teaching you, and you did not take me.

(56) But all this is come to pass to establish the writings of the prophets.”

(64) “You said it. Nevertheless I again say to you, you have yet to see the Child of People sitting at the right hand of Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall)) and coming on the clouds of heaven.”

Chapter Twenty-Seven

(11) “You said it.”

(32.2) [Luke 23:28] “Children of Jerusalem! Weep not for me, but weep for yourselves, and for your children.

(32.3) [Luke 23:29] For look, the days are coming, in which they will say, Kneel to the barren, and the wombs that never bare, and the breasts that never gave suck.

(32.4) [Luke 23:30] Then will they begin to say to the mountains, ‘Fall on us;’ and to the hills, ‘Cover us.’

(32.5) [Luke 23:31] For if they do these things in the green tree, what will be done in the dry?”

(45.1) “Parent, forgive them, for they do not know what they do.”

(46) “My god, my god, why have you abandoned me?”

Chapter Twenty-Eight

(9) “Shalom be with you. May Yahweh (meaning She Who Causes That Which Is To Be (or She Who Causes That Which Can't Be To Fall)) deliver you.”

(10) “Do not fear. Go tell my siblings that they should depart for Galilee (meaning roll yourself onto God (or to put your trust in Her)). There they will see me.”

(17.1) “Take, feel me and see that I am not imaginary.” “Why are you troubled, and thoughts ascend in your hearts? See my hands and feet, that it is I myself. Handle and discern, because a spirit does not have body and bones as you see that I have.”

(17.2a) “Unless you stop from sacrificing, the rage will not stop from you.”

(17.2b) “No matter where you reside, you are to go to James (meaning to take by the heel (or to take someone else's rightful place)) the Just, for whose sake heaven and earth came into being.”

(17.3) “Bring a table and the bread.” “My sibling, eat your bread for the Child of People is risen from them that sleep.”

(18) “All authority has been given to me in heaven and on earth.

(19) Go to them and make students of all nations in my name.

(20.1) And guard and teach them to carry out forever all things whatever I commanded you.

(20.2) Act as you have seen me act. Instruct people in accordance with instructions I have given you. And be for them what I have been for you.

(20.3) And look, I am with you until the perfection of the ages.”