Luke 191 And having entered, He was passing through (the) Jericho.
2 And behold, a man by name being called Zacchaeus, and he was a chief tax collector, and (* he *NA~TR) (* was *KJV+) rich.
3 And he was seeking to see (the) Jesus, who He is, and not he was able because of the crowd, because (the) in stature small he was.
4 And having run (* to the *NA-TR) front he went up into a sycamore-fig tree, so that he may see Him, for (* through *KJV) that [way] He was about to pass.
5 And as He came to the place, having looked up, (the) Jesus (* he saw him and *KJV) said to him, Zacchaeus, having hurried do come down; today for in the house of you it behooves Me to stay.
6 And having hurried, he came down and received Him, rejoicing.
7 And having seen [it], (* all *NA~TR) were grumbling, saying that, With a sinful man He has entered to stay.
8 Having stood then, Zacchaeus said to the Lord, Behold, the half of me of the possessions, Lord, to the poor I give; and if of anyone anything I have defrauded, I restore [it] fourfold.
9 Said then to him (the) Jesus that, Today salvation to the house this has come, because also he a son of Abraham is.
10 Came for the Son (the) of Man to seek and to save that having been lost.
11 When are hearing now they these things, having proceeded, He spoke a parable, because (the) near being to Jerusalem He, and thinking their that immediately is about the kingdom (the) of God to appear.
12 He said therefore, A man certain of noble birth proceeded to a country distant, to receive for himself a kingdom and to return.
13 Having called then ten servants his own, he gave to them ten minas and said to them, (* Do trade in *NA~TR) (* that *NA-TR) I come back.
14 (the) But the citizens of him were hating him and sent a delegation after him, saying, Not we are willing [for] this [man] to reign over us.
15 And it came to pass on the returning of him, having received the kingdom, that he directed to be called to him (the) servants these to whom (* he had given *NA~TR) the money, in order that he may know (* who *KJV) what (* they had gained by trading. *NA~TR)
16 Came up then the first, saying, Lord, the mina of you, ten (* has produced *NA~TR) more minas.
17 And He said to him, (* well done, *NA~TR) good servant! Because in very little, faithful you were, do be having authority you are over ten cities.
18 And came the second, saying, The mina of you, Lord, has made five minas.
19 He said then also to this one, And you over do be five cities.
20 And (the) another came, saying, Lord, behold the mina of you, which I was keeping lying in a piece of cloth.
21 I was afraid for of you, because a man harsh you are. You take up what not you did lay down, and you reap what not you did sow.
22 He says (* now *KJV) to him, Out of the mouth of you I will judge you, evil servant. You knew that I a man harsh am, taking up what not I did lay down and reaping what not I did sow?
23 Then because of why not did you give of me the money to (* the *KJV) bank, and I and I having come, with interest maybe it collected?
24 And to those having stood by he said, do take from him the mina, and do give [it] to the [one] the ten minas having.
25 And they said to him, Master, he has ten minas.
26 I say (* for *KJV) to you that to everyone who is having will be given; from however the [one] not having, even that which he has will be taken away (* from of him. *KJV)
27 Furthermore, the enemies of mine (* these, *NA~TR) those not having been willing [for] me to reign over them, do bring here and do slay them before me.
28 And having said these things He was going on ahead, going up to Jerusalem.
29 And it came to pass as He drew near to Bethphage and Bethany, toward the mount which is being called Olivet, He sent two of the disciples, (* of him *KJV)
30 (* speaking, *NA~TR) do go into the ahead village, in which entering you will find a colt tied, on which no one ever yet of men has sat; (* and *NA-TR) having untied it, do bring [it].
31 And if anyone you shall ask, Because of why do you untie [it]? thus will you say, (* to him *KJV) Because the Lord of it need has.’
32 Having departed then, those sent found [it] as He had said to them.
33 When are untying then they the colt, said the masters of it to them, Why untie you the colt?
34 (the) And they said (* that, *NA-TR) The Lord of it need has.
35 And they led it to (the) Jesus, and having cast (* their *NA~TR) (the) garments on the colt, they put on [it] (the) Jesus.
36 When is going then He, they were spreading the garments (* of them *NA~TR) on the road.
37 When is drawing near then he, already at the descent of the Mount (the) of Olives, began all the multitude of the disciples, rejoicing, to praise (the) God in a voice loud for (* all *NA~TR) which they had seen [the] mighty works,
38 saying: Blessed [is] the coming (the) King in [the] name of [the] Lord.” In heaven peace, and glory in [the] highest.
39 And some of the Pharisees from the crowd said to Him, Teacher, do rebuke the disciples of You.
40 And answering, He said, (* to them *KJV) I say to you (* that *KJV) if these (* will be silent, *NA~TR) the stones (* will cry out. *NA~TR)
41 And as He drew near, having seen the city, He wept over (* it, *NA~TR)
42 saying that, If you had known (* and indeed *KJV) in the day (* of you *KJV) this, even you, the things for peace! (* of you *KJV) Now however they are hidden from eyes of you.
43 For will come days upon you that (* will cast around *NA~TR) the enemies of you a barricade you; and they will surround you and will hem in you on every side,
44 and will level to the ground you and the children of you within you, and not will leave a stone upon (* a stone *NA~TR) within you, because which not you knew the season (the) of visitation of you.
45 And having entered into the temple, He began to cast out those selling, (* in to it and buying *KJV)
46 saying to them, It has been written: (* And *NA-TR) (* will be *NA~TR) the house of Me a house of prayer.’ You however it made a den of robbers.’
47 And He was teaching (the) every day in the temple; the however chief priests and the scribes were seeking Him to destroy, and the foremost of the people.
48 And not they were finding (the) what they may do; the people for all were hanging on His [words], listening.