Ch 13 Iain

Iain 13

13:1 Mus deach an latha-fèille na Càisg, Bha fios aig Ìosa gun robh an uair a 'tighinn nuair a bhiodh ea' dol seachad bhon t-saoghal so ris an Athair. Agus bhon a bha e daonnan gaol aige fhèin a bha anns an t-saoghal, ghràdhaich e iad a dh'ionnsuidh an deireadh.
13:2 Agus an uair a mine air àite a ghabhail, nuair a bha an donas a-nis ga chur gu cridhe Iudas Iscariot, na mhac aig Sìm, gus a bhrath e,
13:3 Bheir eòlas air an t-Athair a thug a-steach a h-uile nithe a làmhan agus gun robh e às a thàinig Dia, agus a 'dol gu Dia,
13:4 dh'èirich e suas o na mine, agus chuir e leth-taobh a Trusgan, agus an uair a fhuair e an searbhadair, e pasgadh e timcheall fhèin.
13:5 An ath chuir e uisge a-steach ao-domhainn ann am bobhla, agus thòisich e air a nighe chasan an dheisciopuil, agus do cur iad le searbhadair leis an robh e air a phasgadh.
13:6 Agus an uair sin thàinig e gu Simon Peadar. Agus thuirt Peadar ris, "A Thighearna, bhiodh tu a nighe mo chasan?"
13:7 Fhreagair Iosa agus thubhairt e ris: "Dè a tha mi a 'dèanamh, nach eil sibh a 'tuigsinn a-nis. Ach bithidh tu a 'tuigsinn e an dèigh so. "
13:8 Thuirt Peadar ris, "Tha thu feasd nighe mo chasan!"Fhreagair Ìosa e, "Ma Chan eil mi a nigh thu, bidh agaibh eil àite sam bith còmhla rium. "
13:9 Simon thuirt Peadar ris, "An sin Tighearna, chan ann a mhàin mo chasan, ach cuideachd mo làmhan agus mo cheann!"
13:10 Thuirt Iosa ris: "Tha e a tha a sguabadh air leas-mhàin nighe chasan, agus an uair sin bidh e gu tur glan. Agus tha sibh glan, ach chan eil a h-uile. "
13:11 Oir bha fios aige dè am fear a bhiodh a bhrath e. Airson an adhbhar seo, thuirt e, "Tha thu na h-uile nach 'eil glan."
13:12 agus mar sin, an dèidh nigh e casan aca agus a fhuair ea Trusgan, nuair a bha e air a shuidh aig a 'bhòrd a-rithist, thuirt e riutha: "A bheil fios agad dè a rinn mi dhuibh?
13:13 A ghairm thu orm Luchd-teagaisg agus Tighearna, agus sibh a 'bruidhinn gu math: airson cho mi.
13:14 Uime sin, ma tha mi, ur Tighearna agus an Luchd-Teagaisg, air a sguabadh air do chasan, thu cuideachd a bu chòir a bhith a 'nighe casan a chèile.
13:15 Oir thug mi eisimpleir dhuibh, mar sin dìreach mar a rinn mi dhuibh, mar sin bu chòir dhut a dhèanamh cuideachd.
13:16 Amen, amen, Mi ag radh ribh, the servant is not greater than his Lord, and the apostle is not greater than he who sent him.
13:17 If you understand this, you shall be blessed if you will do it.
13:18 I am not speaking about all of you. I know those whom I have chosen. But this is so that the Scripture may be fulfilled, ‘He who eats bread with me shall lift up his heel against me.’
13:19 And I tell you this now, mus deach e a 'tachairt, so that when it has happened, you may believe that I am.
13:20 Amen, amen, Mi ag radh ribh, whoever receives anyone whom I send, gheibh mi. Agus ge b'e neach a gheibh mi, receives him who sent me.”
13:21 Nuair a thuirt Iosa na nithe sin, he was troubled in spirit. And he bore witness by saying: "Amen, amen, Mi ag radh ribh, that one among you shall betray me.”
13:22 Uime sin, the disciples looked around at one another, uncertain about whom he spoke.
13:23 And leaning against the bosom of Jesus was one of his disciples, the one whom Jesus loved.
13:24 Uime sin, Simon Peter motioned to this one and said to him, “Who is it that he is speaking about?"
13:25 agus mar sin, leaning against the chest of Jesus, thubhairt e ris, "A Thighearna, who is it?"
13:26 fhreagair Iosa, “It is he to whom I shall extend the dipped bread.” And when he had dipped the bread, he gave it to Judas Iscariot, son of Simon.
13:27 And after the morsel, Satan entered into him. Agus thuirt Iosa ris, “What you are going to do, do quickly.”
13:28 Now none of those sitting at table knew why he had said this to him.
13:29 For some were thinking that, because Judas held the purse, that Jesus had told him, “Buy those things which are needed by us for the feast day,” or that he might give something to the needy.
13:30 Uime sin, having accepted the morsel, he went out immediately. And it was night.
13:31 An sin, when he had gone out, thuirt Iosa: “Now the Son of man has been glorified, and God has been glorified in him.
13:32 If God has been glorified in him, then God will also glorify him in himself, and he will glorify him without delay.
13:33 Little mic, for a brief while, I am with you. You shall seek me, and just as I said to the Jews, ‘Where I am going, you are not able to go,’ so also I say to you now.
13:34 I give you a new commandment: Love one another. Just as I have loved you, so also must you love one another.
13:35 By this, all shall recognize that you are my disciples: if you will have love for one another.”
13:36 Simon thuirt Peadar ris, "A Thighearna, where are you going?” Jesus responded: “Where I am going, you are not able to follow me now. But you shall follow afterward.”
13:37 Thuirt Peadar ris: “Why am I unable to follow you now? I will lay down my life for you!"
13:38 Fhreagair Ìosa ris: “You will lay down your life for me? Amen, amen, Mi ag radh ribh, the rooster will not crow, until you deny me three times.”