Luke 6

1 Now it happened on a second Sabbath after the first, that he was traveling through the grainfields, and his disciples were plucking the tops, rubbing them in their hands and were eating them. 2 But some of the Pharisees said to them, Why are you* doing what is not legal to practice on the Sabbaths?

3 And Jesus answered and said to them, Have you* not read even this, what David did, when he was hungry, he and those who were with him? 4 How he entered into the house of God and took and ate the showbread, and also gave it to those who were with him; which it is not legal to eat, except for the priests only? {1Sam. 21: 6} 5 And he said to them, The Son of Man is lord of the Sabbath.



{Mk 3: 1-6 & Mt 12: 9-14 & Lk 6: 6-11 Probably Galilee. }

6 Now it happened on a different Sabbath, that he entered into the synagogue and taught, and a man was there, and his right hand was dried up. 7 Now the scribes and the Pharisees were observing him, if he will heal him on the Sabbath; in order that they might find an accusation against him. 8 But he knew their reasonings, and he said to the man having a dried up hand, Arise and stand; you in the middle. Now having risen* up, he stood there. 9 And Jesus said to them, I ask you* something, Is it legal on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil? To save a life or to destroy it? 10 And having looked around on them all, he said to him, Stretch out your, your* hand. Now he did, and his hand was restored like the other. 11 But they were filled with madness, and were speaking with one another as to what they might do to Jesus.

{Mk 3: 13-19a & Lk 6: 12-16 Near Capernaum. }

12 Now it happened in these days, that he went out into the mountain to pray, and he was persisting through the night in prayer to God. 13 And when it became day, he summons his disciples, and he chose from them twelve, whom he also named apostles: 14 Simon, whom he also named Peter, and Andrew his brother, and James and John and Philip and Bartholomew, 15 and Matthew and Thomas, and James the son of Alphaeus and Simon who was called the Zealot, 16 and Judas the son {Or: brother of; See Jude. }

of James, and Judas Iscariot, who became a betrayer.



{Mt 5: 1 & Lk 6: 17-20. Sermon on the mountain. }

17 And he came down with them and stood upon the plain, and with a crowd of his disciples and a large multitude of the people from all Judea and Jerusalem, and the sea, coast of Tyre and Sidon, who came to hear him and to be healed of their diseases; 18 and those who were troubled by unclean spirits were being healed. 19 And all the crowd was seeking to touch him, because power was coming out from him and was healing them all.



{Mt 5: 2-12 & Lk 6: 20-26. }

20 And he lifted up his eyes toward his disciples and said: You* the poor are fortunate, because the kingdom of God is yours*. 21 You* who hunger now are fortunate, because you* will be fed. You* who are weeping now are fortunate, because you* will be laughing. 22 You* are fortunate, whenever men hate you* and whenever they separate* you* from themselves, and may reproach you* and may cast out your, your* name like evil, because of the Son of Man. 23 Rejoice in that day and jump for joy, for* behold your, your* reward is much in heaven; for* their fathers were doing to the prophets according to the same things.

24 However, woe to you* who are rich, because you* are having your, your* consolation! 25 Woe to you* who have been filled, because you* will hunger! Woe to you* who laugh now, because you* will be mourning and will be weeping! 26 Woe to you * whenever men speak well of you*, for* their fathers were doing to the false prophets according to the same things!



{Mt 5: 17-48 & Lk 6: 27-36. }

27 But I am saying to you* who hear, Love* your, your* enemies, do good to those who hate you*, 28 speak well of those who curse you*, pray on behalf of those who are railing at you*. 29 Hold near to the one who beats you upon the one jaw, the other also, and from the one who takes away your, your* garment, do not forbid him your, your* tunic also. 30 Give to everyone who asks you, and from the one who takes away what is yours, do not ask for it back.



{Mt 7: 12 & Lk 6: 31. }

31 And just, as you* wish that* men may do to you*, you* also, do likewise to them. 32 And if you* love* those who love* you*, what gratitude do you* have? For* even sinners love* those who love* them. 33 And if you* do good to those who are doing good to you*, what gratitude do you* have? For* even sinners are doing the same. 34 And if you* lend to those from whom you* are hoping to receive, what gratitude do you* have? For* even sinners are lending to sinners, in order that they might receive equally. 35 However, love* your, your* enemies and do good things for them and lend, hoping for nothing again. And your, your* reward will be much, and you* will be sons of the Highest, because he is kind toward the unthankful and evil. 36 Therefore, become compassionate, just, as your, your* Father is also compassionate.



{Mt 7: 1-6 & Lk 6: 37-42. See also Jn 5: 30, 7: 24. }

37 And do not judge and you* may never* be judged; do not sentence others and you* may never* be sentenced; release and you* will be released. 38 Give and it will be given to you*; they will be giving good measure into your, your* bosom, what has been packed, down and shaken together and pouring over. For* with the same measure you* measure, it will be measured to you* again.

39 Now he also spoke a parable to them: Is a blind person able to guide the blind? Will they not both be falling into a ditch? 40 The disciple is not above his teacher, but everyone having been matured {i.e. completed the training} , will be like his teacher. 41 But why do you are you looking at the speck which is in your, your* brother' s eye, but do not consider the beam which is in your, your* own eye? 42 Or how are you able to say to your, your* brother, Brother, Allow me, that I may cast out the speck which is in your, your* eye, when* you yourself do not see the beam which is in your, your* own eye? You hypocrite, cast out the beam first out of your, your* own eye, and then you will see precisely to cast out the speck which is in your, your* brother' s eye.

{Mt 7: 13-23 & Lk 6: 43-45. }

43 For* there is not a good tree producing rotten fruit; nor is there a rotten tree producing good fruit. 44 For* each tree is known from its own fruit. For* men do not collect figs from thorns, nor do they pick a grape, cluster from a bush. 45 The good man out of the good treasure of his heart brings forth what is good, and the evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart brings forth what is evil; for* his mouth speaks out of the abundance of the heart.



{Mt 7: 24-29 & Lk 6: 46-49. }

46 Now why are you* calling me, Lord, Lord and yet do not practice the things which I say? 47 Everyone who comes to me and hears my words, and is practicing them, I will show you* to whom he is similar. 48 He is similar to a man building a house, who dug and then deepened and placed its foundation upon the rock, and when* a deluge happened, the river bursts against that house and was not strong, enough to shake it; for* it had been founded upon the rock. 49 But he who heard and did not, is similar to a man who built a house upon the earth without a foundation; which the river bursts against, and immediately it fell, and the breakup of that house became great.



{Mt 8: 1, 8: 5-13 & Lk 7: 1-10 Capernaum. }



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