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14:1And it came to pass, on his going into the house of a certain one of the chiefs of the Pharisees, on a sabbath, to eat bread, that they were watching him,
14:2and lo, there was a certain dropsical man before him;
14:3and Jesus answering spake to the lawyers and Pharisees, saying, 'Is it lawful on the sabbath-day to heal?'
14:4and they were silent, and having taken hold of him, he healed him, and let him go;
14:5and answering them he said, 'Of which of you shall an ass or ox fall into a pit, and he will not immediately draw it up on the sabbath-day?'
14:6and they were not able to answer him again unto these things.
14:7And he spake a simile unto those called, marking how they were choosing out the first couches, saying unto them,
14:8'When you may be called by any one to marriage-feasts, you may not recline on the first couch, lest a more honourable than you may have been called by him,
14:9and he who did call you and him having come shall say to you, Give to this one place, and then you may begin with shame to occupy the last place.
14:10'But, when you may be called, having gone on, recline in the last place, that when he who called you may come, he may say to you, Friend, come up higher; then you shall have glory before those reclining with you;
14:11because every one who is exalting himself shall be humbled, and he who is humbling himself shall be exalted.'
14:12And he said also to him who did call him, 'When you may make a dinner or a supper, be not calling your friends, nor your brethren, nor your kindred, nor rich neighbours, lest they may also call you again, and a recompense may come to you;
14:13but when you may make a feast, be calling poor, maimed, lame, blind,
14:14and happy you shall be, because they have not to recompense you, for it shall be recompensed to you in the rising again of the righteous.'
14:15And one of those reclining with him, having heard these things, said to him, 'Happy is he who shall eat bread in the reign of God;'
14:16and he said to him, 'A certain man made a great supper, and called many,
14:17and he sent his servant at the hour of the supper to say to those having been called, Be coming, because now are all things ready.
14:18'And they began with one consent all to excuse themselves: The first said to him, A field I bought, and I have need to go forth and see it; I beg of you, have me excused.
14:19'And another said, Five yoke of oxen I bought, and I go on to prove them; I beg of you, have me excused:
14:20and another said, A wife I married, and because of this I am not able to come.
14:21'And that servant having come, told to his lord these things, then the master of the house, having been angry, said to his servant, Go forth quickly to the broad places and lanes of the city, and the poor, and maimed, and lame, and blind, bring in hither.
14:22'And the servant said, Sir, it has been done as you did command, and still there is room.
14:23'And the lord said unto the servant, Go forth to the ways and hedges, and constrain to come in, that my house may be filled;
14:24for I say to you, that none of those men who have been called shall taste of my supper.'
14:25And there were going on with him great multitudes, and having turned, he said unto them,
14:26'If any one does come unto me, and does not hate his own father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brothers, and sisters, and yet even his own life, he is not able to be my disciple;
14:27and whoever does not bear his cross, and come after me, is not able to be my disciple.
14:28'For who of you, willing to build a tower, does not first, having sat down, count the expense, whether he have the things for completing?
14:29lest that he having laid a foundation, and not being able to finish, all who are beholding may begin to mock him,
14:30saying -- This man began to build, and was not able to finish.
14:31'Or what king going on to engage with another king in war, does not, having sat down, first consult if he be able with ten thousand to meet him who with twenty thousand is coming against him?
14:32and if not so -- he being yet a long way off -- having sent an embassy, he does ask the things for peace.
14:33'So, then, every one of you who does not take leave of all that he himself has, is not able to be my disciple.
14:34'The saltis good, but if the salt does become tasteless, with what shall it be seasoned?
14:35neither for land nor for manure is it fit -- they cast it without. He who is having ears to hear -- let him hear.'
Revised Young's Literal Translation

Revised Young's Literal Translation

The Revised Young's Literal Translation (RYLT) is a project by students at the Auburn University of Alabama. The RYLT is a modern English update of Young's Literal Translation (YLT). RYLT is an attempt to update the YLT's language to make it easier to understand. Although the RYLT is labelled as a work in progress and is public domain. As of October 2000, only the NT is available.