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Luke 17

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one [Jesus] also said to his disciples: it is impossible not to come to temptations, but woe to the one through whom they come;
2 it would be better for him if the millstone were hung on his neck and thrown him into the sea, rather than that he would seduce one of these little ones.
3 Watch yourself. If your brother sins against you, reprimand him; and if he repents, forgive him;
four and if he sins against you seven times a day and turns seven times a day, and says: I repent, forgive him.
5 And the Apostles said unto the Lord: increase faith in us.
6 The Lord said: if you had faith with a mustard seed and said to this fig tree: cast away and transplanted into the sea, then she would obey you.
7 How many of you, having a slave plowing or grazing, upon his return from the field, will tell him: go soon, sit down at the table?
8 On the contrary, will he not say to him: prepare me for supper and, girdling me, serve me while I eat and drink, and then eat and drink myself?
9 Will he thank the servant for fulfilling the order? I don’t think so.
10 So you, when you do all that is commanded to you, say: we are worthless slaves, because we did what we had to do.

eleven Walking to Jerusalem, He passed between Samaria and Galilee.
12 And when He went into one village, ten lepers met him, who stopped far away
13 and in a loud voice they said: Jesus the Mentor! have mercy on us.
fourteen Seeing [them], He said to them: Go, show yourself to the priests. And when they walked, they were cleansed.
fifteen One of them, seeing that he was healed, returned, glorifying God with a loud voice,
16 and prostrated himself at his feet, because of him; and it was a Samaritan.
17 Then Jesus said: have not ten been cleansed? where are nine?
eighteen how did they not return to give glory to God, besides this foreigner?
19 And he said to him: Rise, go; your faith has saved you.

twenty He was asked by the Pharisees when the kingdom of God came, he answered them: the kingdom of God will not come in a noticeable way,
21 and they won’t say: behold, it is here, or: behold, there. For behold, the kingdom of God is within you.
22 He also said to the disciples: days will come when you want to see even one of the days of the Son of Man, and you will not see;
23 and they will tell you: here, here, or: here, there, - do not go and do not chase,
24 for, like lightning flashing from one edge of the sky shines to the other edge of the sky, so will the Son of Man be on His day.
25 But first He must suffer a lot and be rejected by this generation.
26 And as it was in the days of Noah, so it will be in the days of the Son of Man:
27 they ate, drank, got married, got married, until the day Noah entered the ark, and the flood came and destroyed all.
28 As it was in the days of Lot: they ate, drank, bought, sold, planted, built;
29th but on the day that Lot went out of Sodom, rain of fire and brimstone came from heaven and destroyed all;
thirty so it will be on the day when the Son of Man appears.
31 On that day, whoever will be on the roof, and his things in the house, do not go down to take them; and who will be on the field, also do not turn back.
32 Remember the wife of Lotov.
33 He who saves his soul will destroy her; and whoever destroys her will revive her.
34 I tell you: that night there will be two in one bed: one will be taken, and the other left;
35 two will grind together: one will be taken, and the other left;
36 two will be on the field: one will be taken, and the other left.
37 To this they said to him: Where, Lord? But he said to them: where there is a corpse, eagles will also gather there.

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