Luke 19
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Jesus and Zacchaeus

1And having come in He passed through Jericho. 2And behold, a certain man by name called Zaccheus; and he was chief of the publicans, and he was rich. 3And he was seeking to see Jesus, who He is; and was not able on account of the multitude, because he was small in stature. 4And having run forward in advance, he went up in a sycamore-tree in order that he might see Him: because He was about to pass that way. 5And when He came to the place, Jesus looking up, saw him, and said to him, Zaccheus, hastening, come down; for it behooveth me to abide in thy house this day. 6And hastening, he came down, and received Him rejoicing. 7And all seeing, murmured, saying, that He is come in to abide with a sinner man. 8And Zaccheus standing, said to the Lord, Behold, Lord, the half of my goods I give to the poor; and if I have taken any thing from any one fraudulently, I restore fourfold. 9And Jesus said to him, This day salvation has come to this house, because he also is a son of Abraham; 10for the Son of man came to seek and to save that which is lost.

The Parable of the Ten Minas
(Matthew 25:14–30)

11And they hearing these things, proceeding, He spoke a parable, because he is nigh unto Jerusalem, and they think the kingdom of God is about to be made manifest immediately. 12Then He said, A certain nobleman went to a far country, to receive for himself a kingdom, and return. 13And calling his ten servants, he gave to them ten pounds, and said to them, Operate till I come. 14But his citizens continued to hate him, and sent an embassy after him, saying, We do not wish this man to rule over us. 15And it came to pass, when he returned, having received the kingdom, and he said, that those servants should be called, to whom he had given the money, in order that he might know what each one had gained by their merchandise. 16And the first came, saying, Lord, thy pound has gained ten pounds. 17And he said to him, Well done, thou good servant: because thou hast been faithful in the least, have thou authority over ten cities. 18And the second one came, saying, Lord, thy pound has gained five pounds. 19And he also said to him, Be thou over five cities. 20And the other one came, saying, Lord, behold, thy pound, which I had laid away in a napkin: 21for I feared thee, because thou art an austere man: thou takest up that which thou hadst not laid down, and thou reapest that which thou hast not sown. 22And he says to him, Out of thine own mouth I will judge thee, thou wicked servant. Didst thou know that I am an austere man, taking up what I have not laid down, and reaping what I have not sown? 23Wherefore indeed didst thou not put my money in the bank? and having come I would have received the same with the product. 24And he said to the bystanders, Take the pound from him, and give it to the one having ten pounds. 25And they said to him, Lord, he has ten pounds. 26I say unto you, that to every one having it shall be given; and from every one not having, it shall be taken away even that which he hath. 27Moreover bring these my enemies, not wishing me to rule over them, hither, and slay them before me.

The Triumphal Entry
(Matthew 21:1–11; Mark 11:1–11; John 12:12–19)

28And speaking these things, He was journeying before them, going up to Jerusalem.

29And it came to pass, when He drew nigh unto Bethphage and Bethany, to the mount called the Mount of Olives, and He sent away two of His disciples, 30saying, Go into the village over against you; in which entering you will find a colt tied, on which no one of men ever sat: loosing, lead him hither. 31And if any one may ask you, Why do you loose him? thus say to him, that the Lord hath need of him: 32and those having been sent, departing, found as Jesus told them. 33And they loosing the donkey, his master said to them, Why do you loose the donkey? 34And they said, The Lord hath need of him. 35And they led him to Jesus: and casting their garments on the colt, they mounted Jesus on them. 36And He going forward, they were strewing their garments in the road. 37And He already drawing nigh to the descension of the Mount of Olives, the whole multitude of the disciples began to praise God with a loud voice for all those miracles which they saw; shouting,

38saying, Blessed is the King coming in the name of the Lord: peace in heaven, and glory in the highest.

39And certain ones of the Pharisees from the multitude said to Him, Teacher, rebuke thy disciples: 40and He responding said to them, I say unto you, that if these may keep silent, the rocks will cry out.

Jesus Weeps over Jerusalem

41And when He drew near, seeing the city He wept over it, 42saying, If thou indeed hadst known, truly in this thy day, the things appertaining to thy peace! but now they are hidden from thy eyes. 43Because the days will come upon thee, and thine enemies will cast a fortification about thee, and surround thee, and press in on thee from all directions, 44and will slay thee, and thy children in thee; and will leave in thee not a stone upon a stone; because thou hast not known the time of thy visitation.

Jesus Cleanses the Temple
(Matthew 21:12–17; Mark 11:15–19; John 2:12–25)

45And having come into the temple, He began to cast out those buying and selling, 46saying to them; It has been written, My house shall be a house of prayer: but you have made it a den of thieves.

47And He was teaching daily in the temple, and the chief priests and scribes and the first men of the people were seeking to destroy Him. 48And they were not finding what they might do; for all the people hung on Him, hearing Him.

The Godbey New Testament (1902)

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Section Headings Courtesy Berean Bible.

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