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Gospel Day 17 “The Son of man shall be delivered into the hands of men”

Matthew 17:1 – And after six days, Jeshu took Kipha, and Jakub, and Juchanon his brother, and led them to a high mountain by themselves.

Matthew 17:2 – And Jeshu was changed before them;

and his countenance shone like the sun, and his vestments were resplendent as the light.

Matthew 17:3 – And there were seen with them Musha and Elia talking with him.

Matthew 17:4 – Then answered Kipha, and said to Jeshu, My Lord, it is good for us to be here;

and if thou art willing, we will make here three tabernacles;

one for thee, and one for Musha, and one for Elia.

Matthew 17:5 – But while he spake, behold, a bright cloud overspread them, and the voice was from the cloud, saying,

This is my Son, the Beloved, in whom I have delighted:

to him attend.

Matthew 17:6 – And when the disciples heard, they fell upon their faces and feared greatly.

Matthew 17:7 – And Jeshu approached them and touched them, and said,

Arise, fear not.

Matthew 17:8 – And they lifted up their eyes and saw no man, except Jeshu by himself.

Matthew 17:9 – And while they were descending from the mountain, Jeshu charged them, and said to them,

Before no man declare this vision, [To the eye of man tell not this vision.] until the Son of man be risen from the dead.

[From (among) the dead: plural.]

Matthew 17:10 – And the disciples asked and said to him,

Why therefore say the scribes that Elia must come first ?

Matthew 17:11 – Jeshu answered and said to them,

Elia cometh first that he may fulfil every thing;

Matthew 17:12 – but I say to you, that, behold, Elia hath come, but they knew him not, and have done to him as they would.

So also is the Son of man to suffer from them.

Matthew 17:13 – Then understood the disciples that concerning Juchanon the Baptizer he spake to them.

Matthew 17:14 – AND when they came to the multitude, a man approached him and kneeled upon his knees,

Matthew 17:15 – and said to him,

My Lord, have mercy on me !

my son is lunatic and grievously afflicted;

for often he falleth into the fire and often into the water.

Matthew 17:16 – And I brought him to thy disciples, but they could not heal him.

Matthew 17:17 – Jeshu answered and said,

O unbelieving and perverse generation !

how long shall I be with you, how long shall I bear with you?

Bring him hither to me.

Matthew 17:18 – And Jeshu rebuked him, and the demon went forth from him, and the youth was healed from that hour.

Matthew 17:19 – Then came the disciples to Jeshu by himself, and said to him,

Why were we not able to heal him?

Matthew 17:20 – Jeshu saith to them,

Because of your unbelief;

for assuredly I tell you, if there were in you faith as a grain of mustard, you should say to this mountain, Pass hence, and it would pass away;

and nothing should overcome you.

Matthew 17:21 – But this kind goeth not forth but by fasting and by prayer.

Matthew 17:22 – WHEN they had returned into Galila, Jeshu said to them,

It is coming that the Son of man shall be delivered into the hands of men,

Matthew 17:23 – and they shall kill him;

and in the third day he shall arise.

And it grieved them exceedingly.

Matthew 17:24 – And when they came to Kapher-nachum, they who took the two zuzis, the head-silver, approached Kipha and said to him,

Your master, doth he not give his two zuzeen ? [The zuz, or zuza, was a silver coin, value one drachm.]

Matthew 17:25 – He saith to them,


And when Kipha entered the house, Jeshu anticipated him, and said to him,

How doth it appear to thee, Shemun ?

the kings of the earth, from whom do they take custom and headsilver, from their children, or from aliens ?

Matthew 17:26 – Shemun saith to him,

From aliens:

Jeshu saith to him,

Then the children are free. [Sons of the free.]

Matthew 17:27 – But that we may not offend them, go to the sea, and cast the hook;

and the fish that first cometh up, open his mouth;

and thou shalt find a stater, that take and present for me and thee.


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