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12:1And he began to speak to them in similes: 'A man planted a vineyard, and put a hedge around, and digged an under-winevat, and built a tower, and gave it out to husbandmen, and went abroad;
12:2and he sent unto the husbandmen at the due time a servant, that from the husbandmen he may receive from the fruit of the vineyard,
12:3and they, having taken him, did severely beathim, and did send him away empty.
12:4'And again he sent unto them another servant, and at that one having cast stones, they woundedhim in the head, and sent away -- dishonoured.
12:5'And again he sent another, and that one they killed; and many others, some beating, and some killing.
12:6'Having yet therefore one son -- his beloved -- he sent also him unto them last, saying -- They will reverence my son;
12:7and those husbandmen said among themselves -- This is the heir, come, we may kill him, and ours shall be the inheritance;
12:8and having taken him, they did kill, and casthim forth without the vineyard.
12:9'What therefore shall the lord of the vineyard do? he will come and destroy the husbandmen, and will give the vineyard to others.
12:10And this Writing did you not read: A stone that the builders rejected, it did become the head of a corner:
12:11from the Lord was this, and it is wonderful in our eyes.'
12:12And they were seeking to lay hold on him, and they feared the multitude, for they knew that against them he spake the simile, and having left him, they went away;
12:13and they send unto him certain of the Pharisees and of the Herodians, that they may ensnare him in discourse,
12:14and they having come, say to him, 'Teacher, we have known that you are true, and you are not caring for any one, for you do not look to the face of men, but in truth the way of God do teach; is it lawful to give tribute to Caesar or not? may we give, or may we not give?'
12:15And he, knowing their hypocrisy, said to them, 'Why me do you tempt? bring me a denary, that I may see;'
12:16and they brought, and he said to them, 'Whoseis this image, and the inscription?' and they said to him, 'Caesar's;'
12:17and Jesus answering said to them, 'Give back the things of Caesar to Caesar, and the things of God to God;' and they did wonder at him.
12:18And the Sadducees come unto him, who say there is not a rising again, and they questioned him, saying,
12:19'Teacher, Moses wrote to us, that if any one's brother may die, and may leave a wife, and may leave no children, that his brother may take his wife, and raise up seed to his brother.
12:20'There were then seven brothers, and the first took a wife, and dying, he left no seed;
12:21and the second took her, and died, neither left he seed, and the third in like manner,
12:22and the seven took her, and left no seed, last of all died also the woman;
12:23in the rising again, then, whenever they may rise, of which of them shall she be wife -- for the seven had her as wife?'
12:24And Jesus answering said to them, 'Do you not because of this go astray, not knowing the Writings, nor the power of God?
12:25for when they may rise out of the dead, they neither marry nor are they given in marriage, but are as messengers who are in the heavens.
12:26'And concerning the dead, that they rise: have you not read in the Book of Moses (at The Bush), how God spake to him, saying, Iam the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob;
12:27he is not the God of dead men, but a God of living men; you then go greatly astray.'
12:28And one of the scribes having come near, having heard them disputing, knowing that he answered them well, questioned him, 'Which is the first command of all?'
12:29and Jesus answered him -- 'The first of all the commandsis, Hear, O Israel, the Lord is our God, the Lord is one;
12:30and you shall love the Lord your God out of all your heart, and out of your soul, and out of all your understanding, and out of all your strength -- thisis the first command;
12:31and the secondis like it, this, You shall love your neighbor as yourself; -- greater than these there is no other command.'
12:32And the scribe said to him, 'Well, Teacher, in truth you have spoken that there is one God, and there is none other but He;
12:33and to love Him out of all the heart, and out of all the understanding, and out of all the soul, and out of all the strength, and to love one's neighbor as one's self, is more than all the whole burnt-offerings and the sacrifices.'
12:34And Jesus, having seen him that he answered with understanding, said to him, 'You are not far from the reign of God;' and no one any more did question him.
12:35And Jesus answering said, teaching in the temple, 'How say the scribes that the Christ is son of David?
12:36for David himself said in the Holy Spirit, The Lord said to my lord, Sit you on My right hand, till I place your enemies -- your footstool;
12:37therefore David himself said of him Lord, and whence is he his son?' And the great multitude were hearing him gladly,
12:38and he was saying to them in his teaching, 'Beware of the scribes, who will in long robes to walk, and love salutations in the market-places,
12:39and first seats in the synagogues, and first couches in suppers,
12:40who are devouring the widows' houses, and for a pretense are making long prayers; these shall receive more abundant judgment.'
12:41And Jesus having sat down across from the treasury, was beholding how the multitude did put brass into the treasury, and many rich were putting in much,
12:42and having come, a poor widow did put in two mites, which are a farthing.
12:43And having called near his disciples, he said to them, 'Verily I say to you, that this poor widow has put in more than all those putting into the treasury;
12:44for all, out of their abundance, put in, but she, out of her want, all that she had put in -- all her living.'
Revised Young's Literal Translation

Revised Young's Literal Translation

The Revised Young's Literal Translation (RYLT) is a project by students at the Auburn University of Alabama. The RYLT is a modern English update of Young's Literal Translation (YLT). RYLT is an attempt to update the YLT's language to make it easier to understand. Although the RYLT is labelled as a work in progress and is public domain. As of October 2000, only the NT is available.