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Besorot Day 14 “The faces of the gate of the Temple was rent”

Mark 13:1 – And as Jeshu went forth from the temple, one of his disciples said to him, Malphona, behold, see those stones and those buildings ?

Mark 13:2 – But Jeshu said to him, Seest thou these great buildings ?

There will not be left here a stone upon a stone which (will) not be destroyed.

Mark 13:3 – And while Jeshu sat on the Mount of Olives before the temple, Kipha and Jacub and Juchanon and Andreas asked him by themselves,

Mark 13:4 – Tell us when (these events) shall be, and what is the sign when these all draw nigh to be accomplished.

Mark 13:5 – But he, Jeshu, began to say to them, See that no man deceive you.

Mark 13:6 – For many will come in my name, and will say, I am (He);

and many will be deceived.

Mark 13:7 – But when you hear of battles and the rumour of wars, fear not:

for it is that they are to be; but not yet is the end.

Mark 13:8 – For people shall rise against people, and kingdom against kingdom;

and earthquakes will he in various places; and there will be famines and convulsions.

These are the beginning of sorrows.

Mark 13:9 – But look (to) yourselves;

for they will deliver you to the judgments;

and in their assemblies will they scourge you, and before kings and governors you shall stand on account of their testimony.

Mark 13:10 – But first will be preached my gospel among all the nations.

Mark 13:11 – But when they lead you to deliver you up, be not previously anxious what you shall say, nor premeditate;

but that, whatever is given you in that hour, that say.

For it is not you speaking, but the Spirit of Holiness.

Mark 13:12 – But the brother will betray his brother to the death, and the father his son;

and children will rise up against their fathers, and shall put them to death;

Mark 13:13 – and you will be hated by all men on account of my name:

but he who shall persevere to the end, he shall be saved.

Mark 13:14 – But when you see the unclean sign of desolation, that which is spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing where it ought not,

(he who readeth, let him understand !)

then let those who are in Jehud flee to the mountain

Mark 13:15 – And he who is upon the roof, let him not descend nor enter in to carry any thing from his house;

Mark 13:16 – and he who is in the field, let him not turn back to take up his garments.

Mark 13:17 – But woe to those who are with child, and to those who give suck, in those days !

Mark 13:18 – But pray that your flight may not be in the winter:

Mark 13:19 – for in those days shall be affliction such as hath not been from the beginning of the creation which Aloha created, and until now, nor shall be.

Mark 13:20 – And unless the Lord cut short those days, no flesh would live;

but on account of the elect whom he hath chosen, those days he hath cut short.

Mark 13:21 – Then, if any man shall say to you,

Behold, here is the Meshicha !

and,

Behold, (he is) there !

believe not.

Mark 13:22 – For there will arise false Meshichas and prophets of a lie, and will give forth signs and wonders, to deceive, if possible, the elect also.

Mark 13:23 – But you, beware.

Behold, I have told you every thing before.

Mark 13:24 – But in those days after that affliction the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give forth her light,

Mark 13:25 – and the stars will fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens will be moved.

Mark 13:26 – And then will they see the Son of Man coming in the cloud with great power and with glory.

Mark 13:27 – And then will he send his angels, and will assemble his chosen ones from the four winds, from the extremity of the earth to the extremity of the heavens.

Mark 13:28 – But from the fig-tree learn a parable.

When her branches are tender, and she shoots forth her leaves, you know that the summer draws nigh:

Mark 13:29 – so also you, when you see that these things are done, understand that it is near, (even) at the door.

Mark 13:30 – Amen I tell you,

That this race shall not pass until these all shall be.

Mark 13:31 – Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.

Mark 13:32 – But of that day and of that hour man knoweth not, nor the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.

Mark 13:33 – Look:

be watchful and pray;

for you know not when the time is.

Mark 13:34 – For as a man who hath journeyed, and left his house, and hath given authority to his servants, and to every man his work, and the door-keeper he hath instructed to be watchful;

Mark 13:35 – (so) watch you, therefore, because you know not when cometh the Lord of the house,

-in the evening, or in the dividing of the night, or at cock-crowing, or in the morning;

Mark 13:36 – lest he should come suddenly, and find you sleeping.

Mark 13:37 – But what to you I say, that unto all I say, Be watchful.

Mark 14:1 – BUT after two days was the Petscha of unleavened cakes :

[Phatiree, “unleavened bread,” in the plural;

so called either from phatar, “to send forth, liberate,” in allusion to the Exodus;

or from the Arabic fatara, “to knead bread without leaven.”]

and the chief priests and the Sophree sought how with guile they might apprehend and kill him.

Mark 14:2 – And they said,

Not on the festival, lest there be a commotion among the people.

Mark 14:3 – And when he was at Bethania in the house of Shemun the leper, as he reclined, there came a woman who had with her a vase of the balsam of the choicest nard of great prices;

and she opened it, and poured it upon the head of Jeshu.

Mark 14:4 – But there were men of the disciples who were displeased among themselves, and said,

Why make destruction of this balsam ?

Mark 14:5 – for it could have been sold for more than three hundred dinoreen, and given to the poor.

And they were angry with her.

Mark 14:6 – But he, Jeshu, said, Let her alone;

why do you trouble her ?

A good work hath she wrought upon me.

Mark 14:7 – For in all time you have the poor with you, and, when you will, you can do them good;

but I am not at all time with you.

Mark 14:8 – (With) that which was hers she hath done this, and beforehand as for the funeral she hath anointed my body.

Mark 14:9 – And Amen I say to you,

That wheresoever my gospel shall be preached in the whole world, this also which she hath now done shall be told in memorial of her.

Mark 14:10 – But Jihuda Scarjuta, one of the twelve, went to the chief priests, to betray Jeshu to them:

Mark 14:11 – and they when they had heard rejoiced, and promised silver to give him.

And he sought to him opportunity to betray him.

Mark 14:12 – And the first day of the unleavened bread, in which the Jihudoyee sacrifice the Petscha, the disciples say to him,

Where wilt thou that we go to prepare for thee to eat the Petscha ?

Mark 14:13 – And he sent two of his disciples, and said to them,

Go to the city, and, observe, a man meeteth you bearing a vessel of waters.

Go after him;

Mark 14:14 – and when he hath entered, say to the house-lord,

Our Master saith,

Where is the place of feasting, where I can eat with my disciples the Petscha?

Mark 14:15 – And, behold, he showeth you a large upper room furnished and prepared:

there make ready for us.

Mark 14:16 – And the disciples went forth, and came into the city, and found as he had told them:

and they prepared the Petscha.

Mark 14:17 – And when it was evening he came with his twelve.

Mark 14:18 – And as they reclined and ate, Jeshu said to them,

Amen I tell you,

That one of you who eateth with me shall betray me.

Mark 14:19 – But they began to be sad, and said to him one, one,

Is it I ?

Mark 14:20 – But he said to them,

One of the twelve who dippeth with me in the dish.

Mark 14:21 – And the Son of man goeth, as it is written concerning him;

but woe to that man by whom is betrayed the Son of man !

It had been better for that man if he had not been born.

Mark 14:22 – And while they were eating, Jeshu took bread, and blessed, and brake, and gave to them, and said to them,

Take;

this is my body.

Mark 14:23 – And he took the cup, and praised and blessed, and gave to them;

and they drank of it, all of them.

Mark 14:24 – And he said to them,

This is my blood of the new Covenant, which for many is shed.

Mark 14:25 – Amen I say to you,

That again I will not drink from the fruit of the vine till that day in which I will drink it newly in the kingdom of Aloha.

Mark 14:26 – And they praised, and went forth to the mount of Olives.

Mark 14:27 – AND Jeshu said to them,

All of you will be offended with me in this night:

for it is written,

I will strike the Shepherd, and scattered shall be his sheep.

Mark 14:28 – But when I have arisen, I go before you into Galila.

Mark 14:29 – Kipha saith to him,

If all shall be offended with thee, yet I (will) not.

Mark 14:30 – Jeshu saith to him,

Amen I tell thee, That thou, to-day, in this (very) night, before the cock shall crow, three times wilt deny me.

Mark 14:31 – But he the more said,

If I shall die with thee, I will not deny thee, my Lord.

And so also all of the disciples said.

Mark 14:32 – And they came to the place which is called Gedsimon;

and he said to his disciples,

Sit here until I have prayed.

Mark 14:33 – And he took with him Kipha and Jacub and Juchanon, and began to be sorrowful and agonized.

Mark 14:34 – And he said to them,

My soul is afflicted unto death;

wait for me here, and be watchful.

Mark 14:35 – And he removed a little, and fell upon the earth, and prayed that, if it were possible, the hour might pass from him.

Mark 14:36 – And he said,

Father, my Father, thou canst (do) every thing, cause to pass from me this cup:

but not my will, but thine.

Mark 14:37 – And he came and found them sleeping:

and he said to Kipha, Shemun, dost thou sleep ?

couldst thou not one hour watch ?

Mark 14:38 – Be wakeful and pray, that you enter not into temptation:

the spirit is willing and ready, but the body is infirm.

Mark 14:39 – And he went again, prayed, and said that word.

Mark 14:40 – And he turned again, came and found them sleeping, because their eyes were made heavy, and they knew not what to say to him.

Mark 14:41 – And he came three times (the third time), and said to them,

Sleep on, and be at rest.

The end approacheth, and the hour cometh, and, behold, the Son of man is betrayed into the hands of sinners.

Mark 14:42 – Arise, we will go;

behold, he draweth nigh who betrayeth me.

Mark 14:43 – And while he was speaking, Jihuda Scarjuta, one of the twelve, came, and with him a multitude with swords and staves, from the chief priests and the Sophree and the elders.

Mark 14:44 – And the traitor who betrayed had given to them a sign, and said,

He whom I shall kiss is He:

take him carefully and lead him.

Mark 14:45 – And immediately he approached, and said to him,

Rabi, Rabi, and kissed him.

Mark 14:46 – Then they laid on him their hands and seized him.

Mark 14:47 – But one of those who stood drew a sword, and struck the servant of the high priest, and took off his ear.

Mark 14:48 – But Jeshu answered and said to them,

As against a robber are you come out against me, with swords and with staves to apprehend me ?

Mark 14:49 – Every day with you was I teaching in the temple, and ye did not take me;

but to fulfil the scriptures this is done.

Mark 14:50 – Then his disciples forsook him and fled.

Mark 14:51 – But a certain youth followed him, and he was covered (with) a linen cloth, naked;

and they laid hold on him:

Mark 14:52 – but he left the linen cloth, and escaped naked.

Mark 14:53 – And they led Jeshu to Kaiapha, chief of the priests:

and were gathered together to him all the chief priests and the scribes and the elders.

Mark 14:54 – But Shemun from afar came after him, until within the court of the chief of the priests:

and he sat with the servants, and warmed (himself) at the fire.

Mark 14:55 – But the chief priests and all the assembly of them sought against Jeshu testimony to put him to death, but they found not.

Mark 14:56 – For when many bore witness against him, their testimonies were not equal.

Mark 14:57 – But men rose up against him, witnesses of falsehood, and said,

Mark 14:58 – We heard him say,

I dissolve this temple which is made with hands, and in three days I build another not made with hands.

Mark 14:59 – But neither so was their testimony equal.

Mark 14:60 – And the chief of the priests arose in the midst, and questioned Jeshu, and said,

Returnest thou no answer ?

what witness against thee these ?

Mark 14:61 – But Jeshu was silent, and answered him nothing.

And again the chief of the priests demanded, and said,

Art thou the Meshicha, the Son of the Blessed?

[Meshicha Bareh dambarka.]

Mark 14:62 – And he, Jeshu, said to him,

I am:

and you shall see the Son of man sitting at the right hand of the Power, and coming upon the clouds of heaven.

Mark 14:63 – Then the chief of the priests tore his robe, and said,

Why now seek we witnesses ?

Mark 14:64 – Behold, from his own lips you have heard the blasphemy:

how is it seen by you ?

And they all judged that he was guilty of death.

Mark 14:65 – And some began to spit on his person, and they struck him on his face, and did buffet him, saying,

Prophesy !

and the servitors struck him upon his cheeks.

Mark 14:66 – And Shemun being below in the court, there came a certain damsel of the chief of the priests.

Mark 14:67 – She saw him as he warmed (himself), and knew him, saying to him,

Thou also wast with Jeshu Natsroia.

Mark 14:68 – But he denied, and said,

I know not what thou sayest.

And he went without into the vestibule;

and the cock crew.

Mark 14:69 – And again that damsel saw him, and she began to say to those who were standing,

This man is also of them.

Mark 14:70 – But he again denied.

And after a little while those who stood said to Kipha,

Assuredly thou art from them, for thou art also a Galiloia, and thy speech is similar.

Mark 14:71 – But he began to imprecate and to swear,

I know not this man of whom thou speakest.

Mark 14:72 – And in the hour the cock crew the second time.

And Shemun remembered the word that Jeshu had spoken to him,

That before the cock should crow twice, three times thou shalt deny me.

And he began to weep.

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