Ch 21 Mateo

Mateo 21

21:1 E cando estaba preto de Xerusalén, e chegara a Betfagé, na montaxe das olivas, logo Xesús enviou dous discípulos,
21:2 dicíndolles:: "Ide á cidade que está á súa fronte, e inmediatamente vai atopar un burro amarrado, e un jumentinho con ela. liberalo los, e leva-los para min.
21:3 E se alguén vai dicir algo para ti, dicir que o Señor ten deles. E vai inmediatamente descartalo los. "
21:4 Agora, todo isto se fixo, a fin de cumprir o que se dixo polo profeta, proverbio,
21:5 "Dicide á filla de Sión: Velaquí, o rei vén a ti humildemente, sentado nun burro e un jumentinho, o fillo dun afeitos ao xugo. "
21:6 Entón os discípulos, saír, fixeron como Xesús instruíu.
21:7 E eles trouxeron a burra eo jumentinho, e eles puxeron as súas vestiduras sobre eles, e eles o axudaron a sentir-se sobre eles.
21:8 A continuación, un moi numerosa multitude estendeu os seus mantos polo camiño. Pero outros cortaban ramas de árbores e os estender no camiño.
21:9 E as multitudes que o precederon, e os que se seguiu, clamou, proverbio: "Hosana ao Fillo de David! Bendito o que vén no nome do Señor. Hosana nas alturas!!"
21:10 E cando entrou en Xerusalén, a cidade enteira foi axitada ata, proverbio, "Quen é este?"
21:11 Pero as persoas estaban dicindo, "Este é Xesús, o Profeta de Nazaret de Galilea. "
21:12 And Jesus entered into the temple of God, and he cast out all who were selling and buying in the temple, and he overturned the tables of the money changers and the chairs of the vendors of doves.
21:13 E el lles dixo:: "Está escrito: ‘My house shall be called a house of prayer. But you have made it into a den of robbers.’ ”
21:14 And the blind and the lame drew near to him in the temple; and he healed them.
21:15 Then the leaders of the priests and the scribes became indignant, seeing the miracles that he wrought, and the children crying out in the temple, proverbio, "Hosana ao Fillo de David!"
21:16 E dixéronlle:, “Do you hear what these ones are saying?” But Jesus said to them, "Certamente. Have you never read: For out of the mouth of babes and infants, you have perfected praise?"
21:17 And leaving them behind, he went out, beyond the city, into Bethania, and he lodged here.
21:18 Axiña, as he was returning to the city in the morning, he was hungry.
21:19 And seeing a certain fig tree beside the way, he approached it. And he found nothing on it, except only leaves. And he said to it, “May fruit never spring forth from you, for all time.” And immediately the fig tree was dried up.
21:20 And seeing this, the disciples wondered, proverbio, “How did it dry up so quickly?"
21:21 And Jesus responded to them by saying: "En verdade vos digo a vostede, if you have faith and do not hesitate, not only shall you do this, concerning the fig tree, but even if you would say to this mountain, ‘Take and cast yourself into the sea,’ it shall be done.
21:22 And all things whatsoever that you shall ask for in prayer: believing, you shall receive.”
21:23 E cando chegou ao templo, como estaba ensinando, os líderes dos sacerdotes e os anciáns do pobo se achegou a el, proverbio: "Con que autoridade fas estas cousas? E quen deu esa autoridade para ti?"
21:24 En resposta, Xesús díxolles: "Eu tamén che perguntarei cunha palabra: se me dicir iso, Eu tamén vos direi que autoridade fago estas cousas.
21:25 O bautismo de Xoán, onde era do? Era do ceo, ou dos homes?"Pero eles pensaron en si mesmos, proverbio:
21:26 "Se dicimos, 'Do ceo,'El nos dirá:, "Entón por que non cre nel?'Pero se dicimos, Dos homes,"Temos a multitude para temer, porque todos consideran Xoán como profeta ".
21:27 E así, , Respondendo a Xesús, dicindo:, "Non sabemos." Entón el tamén dixo a eles: "Nin eu vos digo que autoridade fago estas cousas.
21:28 Pero como é que lle parece? Un home tiña dous fillos. E aproximándose ao primeiro, dixo: 'Fillo, saír hoxe para traballar na miña viña. '
21:29 E responder, dixo, "Eu non estou disposto." Pero despois, sendo movido polo arrepentimento, foi.
21:30 E aproximándose ao outro, falou de forma semellante. E respondendo, dixo, 'Estou indo, señor. "E el non ir.
21:31 Cal dos dous fixo a vontade do pai?"Dixéronlle, "O primeiro". Xesús dixo a eles: "En verdade vos digo a vostede, que os cobradores de impostos e as prostitutas deben preceder vostede, no Reino de Deus.
21:32 Pois Xoán veu a vós no camiño da xustiza, e non creu nel. Pero os publicanos e as prostitutas creron nel. Con todo, mesmo despois de ver este, non se arrepentiu, para crer nel.
21:33 Listen to another parable. There was a man, o pai dunha familia, who planted a vineyard, and surrounded it with a hedge, and dug a press in it, and built a tower. And he loaned it out to farmers, and he set out to sojourn abroad.
21:34 Axiña, when the time of the fruits drew near, he sent his servants to the farmers, so that they might receive its fruits.
21:35 And the farmers apprehended his servants; they struck one, and killed another, and stoned yet another.
21:36 Novo, he sent other servants, more than
before; and they treated them similarly.
21:37 Axiña, ao final, he sent his son to them, proverbio: ‘They will revere my son.’
21:38 But the farmers, seeing the son, said among themselves: ‘This is the heir. vir, let us kill him, and then we will have his inheritance.’
21:39 And apprehending him, they cast him outside the vineyard, and they killed him.
21:40 Polo tanto, when the lord of the vineyard arrives, what will he do to those farmers?"
21:41 Eles dixéronlle, “He will bring those evil men to an evil end, and he will loan out his vineyard to other farmers, who shall repay to him the fruit in its time.”
21:42 Xesús díxolles: “Have you never read in the Scriptures: ‘The stone that the builders have rejected has become the cornerstone. By the Lord has this been done, and it is wonderful in our eyes?'
21:43 Polo tanto, Eu digo a vostede, that the kingdom of God will be taken away from you, and it shall be given to a people who shall produce its fruits.
21:44 And whoever will have fallen on this stone shall be broken, Aínda verdadeiramente, on whomever it shall fall, it will crush him.”
21:45 And when the leaders of the priests, and the Pharisees had heard his parables, they knew that he was speaking about them.
21:46 And though they sought to take hold of him, they feared the crowds, because they held him to be a prophet.