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15:1And all the tax-gatherers and the sinners were coming near to him, to hear him,
15:2and the Pharisees and the scribes were murmuring, saying -- This one does receive sinners, and does eat with them.'
15:3And he spake unto them this simile, saying,
15:4'What man of you having a hundred sheep, and having lost one out of them, does not leave behind the ninety-nine in the wilderness, and go on after the lost one, till he may find it?
15:5and having found, he does layit on his shoulders rejoicing,
15:6and having come to the house, he does call together the friends and the neighbours, saying to them, Rejoice with me, because I found my sheep -- the lost one.
15:7'I say to you, that so joy shall be in the heaven over one sinner reforming, rather than over ninety-nine righteous men, who have no need of reformation.
15:8'Or what woman having ten drachms, if she may lose one drachma, does not light a lamp, and sweep the house, and seek carefully till that she may find?
15:9and having found, she does call together the female friends and the neighbours, saying, Rejoice with me, for I found the drachma that I lost.
15:10'So I say to you, joy does come before the messengers of God over one sinner reforming.'
15:11And he said, 'A certain man had two sons,
15:12and the younger of them said to the father, Father, give me the portion of the substance falling tome, and he divided to them the living.
15:13'And not many days after, having gathered all together, the younger son went abroad to a far country, and there he scattered his substance, living riotously;
15:14and he having spent all, there came a mighty famine on that country, and himself began to be in want;
15:15and having gone on, he joined himself to one of the citizens of that country, and he sent him to the fields to feed swine,
15:16and he was desirous to fill his belly from the husks that the swine were eating, and no one was giving to him.
15:17'And having come to himself, he said, How many hirelings of my father have a superabundance of bread, and I here with hunger am perishing!
15:18having risen, I will go on unto my father, and will say to him, Father, I did sin -- to the heaven, and before you,
15:19and no more am I worthy to be called your son; make me as one of your hirelings.
15:20'And having risen, he went unto his own father, and he being yet far distant, his father saw him, and was moved with compassion, and having ran he fell upon his neck and kissed him;
15:21and the son said to him, Father, I did sin -- to the heaven, and before you, and no more am I worthy to be called your son.
15:22'And the father said unto his servants, Bring forth the first robe, and clothe him, and give a ring for his hand, and sandals for the feet;
15:23and having brought the fatted calf, killit, and having eaten, we may be merry,
15:24because this my son was dead, and did live again, and he was lost, and was found; and they began to be merry.
15:25'And his elder son was in a field, and as, coming, he drew near to the house, he heard music and dancing,
15:26and having called near one of the young men, he was inquiring what these things might be,
15:27and he said to him -- Your brother is arrived, and your father did kill the fatted calf, because in health he did receive him back.
15:28'And he was angry, and would not go in, therefore his father, having come forth, was entreating him;
15:29and he answering said to the father, Lo, so many years I do serve you, and never your command did I transgress, and to me you did never give a kid, that with my friends I might make merry;
15:30but when your son -- this one who did devour your living with harlots -- came, you did kill to him the fatted calf.
15:31'And he said to him, Child, you are always with me, and all my things are yours;
15:32but to be merry, and to be glad, it was needful, because this your brother was dead, and did live again, he was lost, and was found.'
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.