< Luke 4 >1 Jesus then, full of [the] Spirit Holy, returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit (* into the wilderness, *NA~TR)
2 days forty being tempted by the devil. And not He ate nothing in the days those, and when were ending they, (* afterward *KJV) He was hungry.
3 Said (* then *NA~TR) to Him the devil, If [the] Son You are (the) of God, do speak to the stone this, that it may become bread.
4 And answered to him (* (the) *NA-TR) Jesus, (* saying *KJV) It has been written that: Not on bread alone will live the man.’ (* but upon everything declaration of God *KJV)
5 And having led up Him, (* (the) devil, into mountain high *KJV+) he showed to Him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time.
6 And said to Him the devil, To You will I give (the) authority this all, and the glory of it; for to me it has been delivered, and to whom (* maybe *NA~TR) I shall wish, I give it.
7 You therefore, if You shall worship before (* me, *NA~TR) will be Yours (* everything. *NA~TR)
8 And answering, (the) Jesus said to him, (* do go behind me Satan *KJV) It has been written: (* for *KJV) [The] Lord the God of you, you will worship and Him only you will serve.’
9 He led (* also *NA~TR) Him to Jerusalem and set (* him *KJV) upon the pinnacle of the temple, and said to Him, If (* the *KJV) Son You are (the) of God, do cast Yourself from here down.
10 It has been written for that: To the angels of Him He will give orders concerning You, (the) to guard You;
11 and that in [their] hands will they bear You, otherwise otherwise You may strike against a stone the foot of You.’
12 And answering, said to him (the) Jesus that, It has been said, Not you will test [the] Lord the God of you.’
13 And having finished every temptation, the devil departed from Him until an opportune time.
14 And returned (the) Jesus in the power of the Spirit to (the) Galilee; and a report went out into all the surrounding region concerning Him.
15 And He was teaching in the synagogues of them, being glorified by all.
16 And He came to (* (the) *KJV) Nazareth, where He was raised; and He entered according to the being customary to Him, on the day of the Sabbaths, into the synagogue, and stood up to read.
17 And there was given to Him [the] scroll of the prophet Isaiah, and (* having unrolled *NA~TR) the scroll, He found the place where it was written:
18 [The] Spirit of [the] Lord [is] upon Me, of which because He has anointed Me (* to preach good news *NA~TR) to [the] poor. He has sent Me (* to heal the bruised (the) heart *KJV) to proclaim to [the] captives deliverance, and to [the] blind recovery of sight, to send forth [the] oppressed in deliverance,
19 to proclaim [the] year of [the] Lord’s favor.”
20 And having rolled up the scroll, having delivered [it] to the attendant, He sat down, and of all the eyes in the synagogue were fixed upon Him.
21 He began then to say to them that, Today has been fulfilled (the) Scripture this, in the hearing of you.
22 And all were bearing witness to Him and were marveling at the words of the grace which are proceeding out of the mouth of Him; and they were saying, (* not *NA~TR) [the] son is (* (the) *KJV) of Joseph this?
23 And He said to them, Surely you will say to Me (the) proverb this, Physician do heal yourself! As much as we have heard has been done (* in (the) *NA~TR) Capernaum, do perform also here in the hometown of You.
24 He said then, Amen I say to you that no prophet acceptable is in the hometown of him.
25 In truth now I say to you, many widows there were in the days of Elijah in (the) Israel, when was shut up the heaven for years three and months six, when there was a famine great upon all the land;
26 and to none of them was sent Elijah, except only to Zarephath (the) (* of Sidon, *NA~TR) to a woman, a widow.
27 And many lepers were in (the) Israel in the time of Elisha the prophet, and none of them was cleansed, except only Naaman the Syrian.”
28 And were filled all with anger in the synagogue, hearing these things;
29 and having risen up, they cast Him out of [the] city and led Him unto (* the *KJV) brow of the hill upon which the town had been built of them, (* in order *NA~TR) to throw over him;
30 He however, having passed through [the] midst of them, was going away.
31 And He went down to Capernaum, a city (the) of Galilee. And He was teaching them on the Sabbaths;
32 and they were astonished at the teaching of Him, for with authority was the message of Him.
33 And in the synagogue was a man having a spirit of a demon unclean; and he cried out in a voice loud,
34 (* saying *KJV) Ha! What to us and to You, Jesus, of Nazareth? Are You come to destroy us? I know You who are, the Holy [One] (the) of God.
35 And rebuked him (the) Jesus, saying, do be silent and do come forth (* out of *NA~TR) him! And having thrown him the demon into the midst, it came out from him, in nothing having hurt him.
36 And came astonishment upon all, and they were speaking to one another, saying, What (the) word [is] this, that with authority and power He commands the unclean spirits, and they come out?
37 And was spreading [the] report concerning Him into every place of the surrounding region.
38 Having risen up then (* out of *NA~TR) the synagogue, He entered into the house of Simon. (* The *KJV) mother-in-law then (the) of Simon was oppressed with a fever great; and they appealed to Him for her.
39 And having stood over her, He rebuked the fever, and it left her; immediately then having arisen, she was serving them.
40 When is setting now the sun, (* all *NA~TR) as many as had [any] ailing with diseases various, brought them to Him, (the) and on one each of them, the hands (* having laid, He was healing *NA~TR) them.
41 Were going out now also demons from many, (* shouting out *NA~TR) and saying that, You are (* (the) Christ *KJV) the Son (the) of God. And rebuking [them], not was He allowing them to speak, because they knew the Christ Him to be.
42 When was arriving now daybreak, having gone out, He went into a solitary place, and the crowds (* were sought after *NA~TR) Him, and they came up to Him and were detaining Him, of the not to go from them.
43 (the) But He said to them that, Also to the other towns to preach [the] good news Me it behooves, of the kingdom (the) of God; because (* for *NA~TR) this (* have I been sent forth. *NA~TR)
44 And He was preaching (* in the synagogues *NA~TR) (the) (* of Judea. *NA~TR)