Ch 7 Matthew

Matthew 7

7:1 “Do not judge, mar sin dh'fhaodadh nach eil sibh a 'breithneachadh.
7:2 For with whatever judgment you judge, so shall you be judged; and with whatever measure you measure out, so shall it be measured back to you.
7:3 And how can you see the splinter in your brother’s eye, and not see the board in your own eye?
7:4 No cionnus is urrainn thu a ràdh ri do bhràthair, ‘Let me take the splinter from your eye,’ while, feuch, a board is in your own eye?
7:5 cealgair, first remove the board from your own eye, and then you will see clearly enough to remove the splinter from your brother’s eye.
7:6 Do not give what is holy to dogs, and do not cast your pearls before swine, lest perhaps they may trample them under their feet, agus an uair sin, a 'tionndadh, they may tear you apart.
7:7 Iarr, agus bithidh e thoirt dhuibh. Seek, agus bithidh tu a lorg. Knock, agus bithidh e fhosgladh dhuibh.
7:8 Airson a h-uile duine ag iarraidh, a 'faighinn; agus ge b'e neach a 'sireadh, lorg; agus do dhuine sam bith a Knocks, thèid a dh'fhosgail.
7:9 No ciod an duine a tha 'nur measg, a, ma mhac a bha a 'faighneachd dha airson aran, Bheireadh e clach;
7:10 no ma bha e a 'faighneachd dha airson iasg, Bheireadh e nathair?
7:11 Uime sin, Ma nì thu, ged tha sibh olc, fios mar a bheir deagh thiodhlacan gu ur mic, cia mòr ur n-Athair, a ta air nèamh, thoirt rudan math ris an fheadhainn a dh'iarraidh?
7:12 Uime sin, a h-uile ni gu bheil thu airson 's gum biodh na fir a dhèanamh gus thu, sin a dhèanamh cuideachd gus iad. Oir is e so an lagh agus na fàidhean.
7:13 Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate, and broad is the way, which leads to perdition, and many there are who enter through it.
7:14 How narrow is the gate, and how straight is the way, which leads to life, and few there are who find it!
7:15 Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves.
7:16 You shall know them by their fruits. Can grapes be gathered from thorns, or figs from thistles?
7:17 Agus an uair sin, every good tree produces good fruit, and the evil tree produces evil fruit.
7:18 A good tree is not able to produce evil fruit, and an evil tree is not able to produce good fruit.
7:19 Every tree which does not produce good fruit shall be cut down and cast into the fire.
7:20 Uime sin, by their fruits you will know them.
7:21 Neo-uile a tha ag ràdh rium, 'Lord, Morair,'A' dol a steach do rìoghachd nèimh. Ach ge b'e neach a 'dèanamh toil m' Athar-, a ta air nèamh, an t-aon ni a steach do rìoghachd nèimh.
7:22 Tha mòran a their riumsa san là sin, 'Lord, Morair, Cha robh sinn fàidheadaireachd ann ur n-ainm, agus a 'tilgeadh a mach dheamhan ann ur n-ainm, agus a 'seinn iomadh cumhachdach euchdan ann ur n-ainm?'
7:23 Agus an uair sin bidh mi a sgaoileadh dhaibh: 'Tha mi air a-riamh ainmeil thu. Imich uamsa, luchd-obrach a tha thu a 'aingidheachd. "
7:24 Uime sin, h-uile duine a bha a 'cluinntinn na faclan seo dhòmhsa agus a' dèanamh orra bithidh an taca ri duine glic, a thog a thigh air a 'chreig.
7:25 Agus uisgeachan shliochd, agus dh'èirich na tuilte suas, agus shèid na gaothan, agus ruith air an tigh sin, ach cha robh e a 'tuiteam, oir bha e air a stèidheachadh air a 'chreig.
7:26 Agus a h-uile duine a bha a 'cluinntinn na faclan seo a' mhèinn agus chan eil iad a 'dèanamh bithidh mar gòrach fear, a thog a thigh air a 'ghaineamh.
7:27 Agus uisgeachan shliochd, agus dh'èirich na tuilte suas, agus shèid na gaothan, agus ruith air an tigh sin, agus rinn e tuiteam, agus bha mòr an tobhtaidh aige. "
7:28 Agus thachair e, when Jesus had completed these words, that the crowds were astonished at his doctrine.
7:29 For he was teaching them as one who has authority, and not like their scribes and Pharisees.