Ch 10 Mark

Mark 10

10:1 Agus ag èirigh suas, chaidh e às a sin dhan sgìre de ludea thall Iordain. agus a-rithist, an sluagh a thàinig còmhla ris mus. Agus dìreach mar a bha e cleachdte ri dhèanamh, -rithist theagaisg e iad.
10:2 agus a 'tighinn dlùth, na Phairisich Cheasnaich e, feuchainn a-ris: "Bheil e laghail do dhuine a bhean dismiss?"
10:3 Ach ann am freagairt, thuirt e riutha, "Dè a rinn Maois iarr thu?"
10:4 Agus thubhairt iad,, "Thug Maois cead a sgrìobhadh bile sgaradh-pòsaidh agus a dismiss i."
10:5 Ach fhreagair Iosa le bhith ag ràdh: "Bha e mar thoradh air an cruas ur cridhe a sgriobh e dhuibh a reachd so.
10:6 Ach bho thoiseach a 'chruthachaidh, Rinn Dia iad fireann agus boireann.
10:7 Air sgàth seo, fear bithidh fàgail air chùl 'athair agus a mhàthair, agus bithidh e claonach a bhean.
10:8 Agus is iad sin an dà bithidh ann an aon fheoil. agus mar sin, tha iad a-nis, cha dà, ach aon fheoil.
10:9 Uime sin, dè Dia còmhla, leig duine sam bith dealachadh. "
10:10 agus a-rithist, ann an tigh, dheisciopuil Cheasnaich e mu 'n aon ni.
10:11 Agus thuirt e riutha: "Ge b'e dismisses a bhean, agus phòs eile, gealltainn adhaltranas na h-aghaidh.
10:12 Agus ma tha bean an duine aice dismisses, agus tha e pòsta eile, i a 'gealltainn adhaltrannas. "
10:13 Agus thug iad d'a ionnsuidh an clann bheag, mar sin dh'fhaodadh e beantuinn riu. Ach na deisciobuil trod fheadhainn a thug iad.
10:14 Ach an uair a chunnaic Iosa seo, ghabh e eucoir, agus thubhairt e riu: "Leig leis a 'chlann bheag a' tighinn rium, agus chan eil iad a 'toirmeasg. Airson de leithid sin a tha rioghachd Dhe.
10:15 Amen mi ag radh ribh, ge nach bi a 'gabhail ri rioghachd Dhe mar leanabh beag, Cha bhi dol a steach e. ​​"
10:16 Agus gabhail riutha, agus a 'cur a lamhan orra, bheannaich e iad.
10:17 Agus nuair a bha e air a dh'imich air an t-slighe, àraidh aon, a 'ruith suas is glùinean roimhe, dh'iarr, "Good an Luchd-Teagaisg, ciod a ni mi, mar sin faodaidh mi a 'bheatha mhaireannach fhaighinn?"
10:18 Ach thuirt Iosa ris, "Carson a ghairm math riumsa? Chan eil e gu math ach a-mhàin an aon Dia.
10:19 Tha fios agad na precepts: "Na adhaltrannas. Chan eil mharbhadh. Chan eil ghoid. Nach bruidhinn meallta teisteas. Chan eil mealladh. Tabhair onoir do athair agus a mhàthair. "
10:20 Ach ann am freagairt, thubhairt e ris, "Neach-teagaisg, sin uile tha mi air aire bho m 'òige. "
10:21 An sin Iosa, speuradaireachd ris, ghràdhaich e, agus thubhairt e ris: "Aon rud a tha a dhìth a thoirt dhuibh. Rach, reic ge bith dè a tha agad, agus thoir do na bochdan, agus an uair sin a gheibh sibh ionmhas ann an nèamh. agus thig, Lean mise."
10:22 Ach chaidh e air falbh bhuaireadh, an dèidh a bhith gu mòr fo bhròn le focal. Oir bha mòran beairteis.
10:23 agus Iosa, a 'coimhead mun cuairt, thuirt a dheisciopuil, "Ciamar a tha e doirbh do dhaoine aig a bheil saoibhreas dol a steach do rìoghachd Dhè!"
10:24 Agus na deisciobuil bha ioghnadh aig a bhriathran. ach Iosa, a 'freagairt a-rithist, thuirt e riutha: "Little mic, cho doirbh 'sa tha e airson daoine a earbsa ann an airgid dol a steach do rìoghachd Dhè!
10:25 Tha e nas fhasa e càmhal a dhol tro na shùil a needle, na airson an beartach a dhol a stigh do rioghachd Dhe. "
10:26 Agus bheachdaich iad fiù 's barrachd, ag ràdh nam measg fhèin, "Cò, an uair sin, urrainn a bhith sabhailte?"
10:27 agus Iosa, speuradaireachd orra aig, Thuirt: "Le fir a tha e do-dhèanta; ach chan eil do Dhia. Airson ri Dia na h-uile nithe comasach. "
10:28 And Peter began to say to him, "Feuch, we have left all things and have followed you.”
10:29 Mar fhreagairt, thuirt Iosa: "Amen mi ag ràdh ribh, There is no one who has left behind house, or brothers, or sisters, or father, or mother, or children, or land, mo lethsa, agus airson an t-Soisgeil,
10:30 who will not receive one hundred times as much, now in this time: houses, and brothers, and sisters, and mothers, and children, and land, with persecutions, and in the future age eternal life.
10:31 But many of the first shall be last, and the last shall be first.”
10:32 Now they were on the way ascending to Jerusalem. And Jesus went ahead of them, and they were astonished. And those following him were afraid. agus a-rithist, taking aside the twelve, he began to tell them what was about to happen to him.
10:33 “For behold, we are going up to Jerusalem, and the Son of man will be handed over to the leaders of the priests, and to the scribes, agus na seanairean. And they will condemn him to death, and they will hand him over to the Gentiles.
10:34 And they will mock him, and spit on him, and scourge him, and put him to death. Agus air an treas là, he will rise again.”
10:35 And James and John, mic Shebede, fagus ris, ag ràdh, "Neach-teagaisg, we wish that whatever we will ask, you would do for us.”
10:36 Ach thuirt e riutha, “What do you want me to do for you?"
10:37 Agus thubhairt iad,, “Grant to us that we may sit, one at your right and the other at your left, in your glory.”
10:38 But Jesus said to them: "Chan eil fhios agad dè tha thu ag iarraidh. Are you able to drink from the chalice from which I drink, or to be baptized with the baptism with which I am to be baptized?"
10:39 Ach thuirt iad ris, “We can.” Then Jesus said to them: "Gu dearbh, you shall drink from the chalice, from which I drink; and you shall be baptized with the baptism, with which I am to be baptized.
10:40 But to sit at my right, or at my left, is not mine to give to you, but it is for those for whom it has been prepared.”
10:41 Agus na deich, air a 'cluinntinn seo, began to be indignant toward James and John.
10:42 ach Iosa, calling them, thuirt e riutha: “You know that those who seem to be leaders among the Gentiles dominate them, and their leaders exercise authority over them.
10:43 But it is not to be this way among you. An àite, whoever would become greater shall be your minister;
10:44 and whoever will be first among you shall be the servant of all.
10:45 Mar sin,, ro, the Son of man has not come so that they would minister to him, but so that he would minister and would give his life as a redemption for many.”
10:46 And they went to Jericho. And as he was setting out from Jericho with his disciples and a very numerous multitude, Bartimaeus, the son of Timaeus, a blind man, sat begging beside the way.
10:47 And when he had heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to cry out and to say, "Iosa, Mhic Dhaibhidh, take pity on me.”
10:48 And many admonished him to be quiet. But he cried out all the more, "A Mhic Dhaibhidh, take pity on me.”
10:49 agus Iosa, na sheasamh fhathast, instructed him to be called. And they called the blind man, ag ràdh ris: “Be at peace. Eirich. He is calling you.”
10:50 And casting aside his garment, he leapt up and went to him.
10:51 Agus ann am freagairt, Thuirt Iosa ris, "Dè tha thu ag iarraidh, that I should do for you?” And the blind man said to him, "Master, gus am faic mi. "
10:52 Then Jesus said to him, "Gabh, your faith has made you whole.” And immediately he saw, and he followed him on the way.