Luke 81 And it came to pass afterward (the) soon, that He was traveling throughout city and village, preaching and proclaiming the good news of the kingdom (the) of God. And the Twelve [were] with Him,
2 and women certain who were cured from spirits evil and infirmities: Mary who is called Magdalene, from whom demons seven had gone out;
3 and Joanna wife of Chuza, a steward of Herod, and Susanna, and others many, who were ministering (* to them out of *NA~TR) the means their own.
4 When were assembling now a crowd great, and those from each town are coming to Him, He spoke by a parable:
5 Went out the [one] sowing (the) to sow the seed of him. And in the sowing of him, some indeed fell along the road, and it was trampled upon, and the birds of the air devoured it.
6 However other (* fell *NA~TR) upon the rock, and having sprung up it withered through (the) not having moisture.
7 And other fell in [the] midst of the thorns, and having sprung up with [it], the thorns choked it.
8 And other fell (* upon *NA~TR) the soil (the) good, and having sprung up, it produced fruit a hundredfold. These things saying, He was calling out, The [one] having ears to hear, he should hear.
9 Were asking then Him the disciples of Him, (* saying *KJV) What this might mean, the parable?
10 (the) And He said, To you it has been given to know the mysteries of the kingdom (the) of God; to the however rest, [it is] in parables, so that, Seeing, not shall they see; and hearing, not shall they understand.’
11 Is now this the parable: The seed is the word (the) of God.
12 Those now along the road are which [are] (* having heard; *NA~TR) then comes the devil and takes away the word from the heart of them, that not having believed they may be saved.
13 Those now upon the rock, those who when they may hear, with joy receive the word, and these a root not have, who for a time believe, and in time of testing fall away.
14 That now into the thorns having fallen, these are those having heard, and under cares, and riches, and pleasures (the) of life, moving along are choked, and not do mature.
15 That now in the good soil, these are those in a heart worthy and good, having heard the word keep [it], and bring forth fruit by perseverance.
16 No one now a lamp having lighted, covers it with a vessel, or under a bed puts [it], but on a lampstand (* puts [it], *NA~TR) so that those entering in may see the light.
17 Nothing for is hidden which not manifest will become, nor secret which nothing (* not *NA-TR) (* may be known, *NA~TR) and to light come.
18 do take heed therefore how you hear; who[ever] (* maybe *NA~TR) for shall have, will be given to him; and who[ever] (* maybe *NA~TR) not shall have, even what he seems to have will be taken away from him.
19 (* she came *NA~TR) then to Him the mother and the brothers of Him, and not they were able to get to Him, because of the crowd.
20 It was told (* also *NA~TR) to Him, (* saying *KJV) The mother of You and the brothers of You have stood outside, to see wanting You.
21 (the) But answering, He said to them, Mother of Me and brothers of me, those are who the word (the) of God are hearing and doing. (* him *KJV)
22 It came to pass (* then, *NA~TR) on one of the days also He climbed into a boat with the disciples of Him, and He said to them, Let us pass over to the other side of the lake. And they launched out.
23 When were sailing then they, He fell asleep. And came down a storm of wind on the lake, and they were being swamped and were in danger.
24 Having come to [Him] then, they awoke Him, saying, Master, Master, we are perishing! (the) And (* having arisen up *NA~TR) He rebuked the wind and the raging of the water, and they ceased, and there was a calm.
25 He said then to them, Where is (* is *KJV+) the faith of you? Having been afraid then, they marveled, saying to one another, Who then this is, that even to the winds He commands and to the water, and they obey Him?
26 And they sailed down to the region of the (* Gerasenes, *NA~TR) which is opposite (the) Galilee.
27 Having gone forth then to Him upon the land, met (* with him *KJV) a man certain out of the city, (* who *KJV) (* is having *NA~TR) demons, and (* from *KJV) (* time a long *NA~TR) not (* was wearing *NA~TR) clothing, and in a house not was abiding, but in the tombs.
28 Having seen then (the) Jesus, (* and *KJV) having cried out, he fell down before Him, and in a voice loud said, What to me and to You, Jesus, Son (the) of God, the Most High? I implore of You not me You may torment!
29 He was commanding for to the spirit (the) unclean to come out from the man. Many for times it had seized him, and (* he was shackled, *NA~TR) with chains and in fetters being kept; and breaking the chains, he was driven (* by *NA~TR) the (* demon *NA~TR) into the deserts.
30 Asked now him (the) Jesus, (* saying *KJV) What your name is? (the) And he said, (* Legion, *NA~TR) because were entered demons many into him.
31 And (* they were begging *NA~TR) Him, that not he would command to them into the abyss to go away. (Abyssos )
32 There was now there a herd of pigs many (* feeding, *NA~TR) in the mountain, and (* they begged *NA~TR) Him that He would allow them into them to enter; and He allowed them.
33 Having gone out then the demons from the man, (* they entered *NA~TR) into the pigs, and rushed the herd down the steep bank into the lake and was drowned.
34 Having seen then those feeding [them] what (* already happening, *NA~TR) they fled and (* having gone *KJV) reported [it] to the city and to the country.
35 They went out then to see that having happened and they came to (the) Jesus and found sitting the man from whom the demons (* had gone out, *NA~TR) clothed and being of sound mind, at the feet (the) of Jesus. And they were afraid.
36 Related then to them (* and *KJV) those having seen [it], how was healed the [one] having been possessed by demons.
37 And (* asked *NA~TR) Him all the multitude of the surrounding region of the (* Gerasenes *NA~TR) to depart from them, because with fear great they were seized. He now, having climbed into (* the *KJV) boat, turned back.
38 (* Was begging *NA~TR) however Him the man from whom had gone out the demons to be [taken] with Him. He sent away however him (* (the) Jesus *KJV+) saying,
39 do return to the house of you, and do relate how much for you has done (the) God. And he departed, through all the city proclaiming how much did for him (the) Jesus.
40 (* it came to pass *KJV) When then (the) (* [is] returning *NA~TR) (the) Jesus, received Him the crowd; they were for all looking for Him.
41 And behold, came a man whose name [was] Jairus, and (* he *NA~TR) a ruler of the synagogue was, and having fallen at the feet (the) of Jesus, he was begging Him to come to the house of him,
42 because daughter an only was to him, about years [old] twelve, and she was dying. As then (the) [is] to go He, the crowds were pressing around Him.
43 And a woman being with a flux of blood for years twelve, who (* into *KJV) (* on physicians *NA~TR) having spent all the living, (* of her *KJV+) neither was able (* by *NA~TR) no one to be healed,
44 having come behind, touched the fringe the of cloak of Him, and immediately stopped the flux of the blood of her.
45 And said (the) Jesus, Who [is] the [one] having touched Me? When is denying [it] however everyone, said (the) Peter, (* and those with him *KJV) Master, the people surround You and press in. (* and say which one having touched of me *KJV)
46 (the) But Jesus said, Touched Me someone; I for know power (* having left *NA~TR) from Me.
47 Having seen then the woman that not she was hid, trembling she came, and having fallen down before Him, for what cause she touched Him she declared (* to him *KJV) before all the people, and how she was healed immediately.
48 (the) And He said to her, (* Take courage! *KJV) (* daughter, *NA~TR) the faith of you has healed you; do go in peace.
49 Still when he is speaking, comes one from the synagogue ruler, saying (* to him *KJV) that, Has died the daughter of You; (* no longer *NA~TR) do trouble the Teacher.
50 (the) But Jesus having heard, answered to him (* saying, *KJV) Not do fear; only (* do believe, *NA~TR) and she will be saved.
51 (* having entered *NA~TR) then into the house, not He did allow to go in (* anyone *NA~TR) (* with Him, *NA-TR) except only Peter, and John, and James, and the father of the child, and the mother.
52 They were weeping now all and were mourning for her. (the) But He said, Not do weep; not (* for *NA-TR) she is dead, but sleeps.
53 And they were laughing at Him, already knowing that she was dead.
54 He now, (* having taken out outside all and *KJV) having taken hold of the hand of her, called out, saying O Child, (* do arise *NA~TR)
55 And returned the spirit of her, and she arose immediately; and He directed to her to be given to eat.
56 And were amazed the parents of her; (the) and He instructed to them no one to tell what having happened.