And behold, [there was] a man by name called Zacchaeus, and he was chief tax-gatherer, and he was rich.
And he sought to see Jesus who he was: and he could not for the crowd, because he was little in stature.
And running on before, he got up into a sycamore that he might see him, for he was going to pass that [way].
And when he came up to the place, Jesus looked up and saw him, and said to him, Zacchaeus, make haste and come down, for to-day I must remain in thy house.
And he made haste and came down, and received him with joy.
And all murmured when they saw [it], saying, He has turned in to lodge with a sinful man.
But Zacchaeus stood and said to the Lord, Behold, Lord, the half of my goods I give to the poor, and if I have taken anything from any man by false accusation, I return [him] fourfold.
And Jesus said to him, To-day salvation is come to this house, inasmuch as he also is a son of Abraham;
for the Son of man has come to seek and to save that which is lost.
But as they were listening to these things, he added and spake a parable, because he was near to Jerusalem and they thought that the kingdom of God was about to be immediately manifested.
He said therefore, A certain high-born man went to a distant country to receive for himself a kingdom and return.
And having called his own ten bondmen, he gave to them ten minas, and said to them, Trade while I am coming.
But his citizens hated him, and sent an embassy after him, saying, We will not that this [man] should reign over us.
And it came to pass on his arrival back again, having received the kingdom, that he desired these bondmen to whom he gave the money to be called to him, in order that he might know what every one had gained by trading.
And the first came up, saying, [My] Lord, thy mina has produced ten minas.
And he said to him, Well [done], thou good bondman; because thou hast been faithful in that which is least, be thou in authority over ten cities.
And the second came, saying, [My] Lord, thy mina has made five minas.
And he said also to this one, And *thou*, be over five cities.
And another came, saying, [My] Lord, lo, [there is] thy mina, which I have kept laid up in a towel.
For I feared thee because thou art a harsh man: thou takest up what thou hast not laid down, and thou reapest what thou hast not sowed.
He says to him, Out of thy mouth will I judge thee, wicked bondman: thou knewest that *I* am a harsh man, taking up what I have not laid down and reaping what I have not sowed.
And why didst thou not give my money to [the] bank; and *I* should have received it, at my coming, with interest?
And he said to those that stood by, Take from him the mina and give [it] to him who has the ten minas.
And they said to him, Lord, he has ten minas.
For I say unto you, that to every one that has shall be given; but from him that has not, that even which he has shall be taken from him.
Moreover those mine enemies, who would not [have] me to reign over them, bring them here and slay [them] before me.
And having said these things, he went on before, going up to Jerusalem.
And it came to pass as he drew near to Bethphage and Bethany at the mountain called [the mount] of Olives, he sent two of his disciples,
saying, Go into the village over against [you], in which ye will find, on entering it, a colt tied up, on which no [child] of man ever sat at any time: loose it and lead it [here].
And if any one ask you, Why do ye loose [it]? thus shall ye say to him, Because the Lord has need of it.
And they that were sent, having gone their way, found as he had said to them.
And as they were loosing the colt, its masters said to them, Why loose ye the colt?
And they said, Because the Lord has need of it.
And they led it to Jesus; and having cast their own garments on the colt, they put Jesus on [it].
And as he went, they strewed their clothes in the way.
And as he drew near, already at the descent of the mount of Olives, all the multitude of the disciples began, rejoicing, to praise God with a loud voice for all the works of power which they had seen,
saying, Blessed the King that comes in the name of [the] Lord: peace in heaven, and glory in the highest.
And some of the Pharisees from the crowd said to him, Teacher, rebuke thy disciples.
And he answering said to them, I say unto you, If these shall be silent, the stones will cry out.
And as he drew near, seeing the city, he wept over it,
saying, If thou hadst known, even thou, even at least in this thy day, the things that are for thy peace: but now they are hid from thine eyes;
for days shall come upon thee, that thine enemies shall make a palisaded mound about thee, and shall close thee around, and keep thee in on every side,
and shall lay thee even with the ground, and thy children in thee; and shall not leave in thee a stone upon a stone: because thou knewest not the season of thy visitation.
And entering into the temple, he began to cast out those that sold and bought in it,
saying to them, It is written, My house is a house of prayer, but *ye* have made it a den of robbers.
And he was teaching day by day in the temple: and the chief priests and the scribes and the chief of the people sought to destroy him,
and did not find what they could do, for all the people hung on him to hear.
And it came to pass on one of the days, as he was teaching the people in the temple, and announcing the glad tidings, the chief priests and the scribes with the elders came up,
and spoke to him saying, Tell us by what authority thou doest these things, or who is it who has given thee this authority?
And he answering said to them, *I* also will ask you [one] thing, and tell me:
The baptism of John, was it of heaven or of men?
And they reasoned among themselves, saying, If we should say, Of heaven, he will say, Why have ye not believed him?
but if we should say, Of men, the whole people will stone us, for they are persuaded that John was a prophet.
And they answered, they did not know whence.
And Jesus said to them, Neither do *I* tell you by what authority I do these things.
And he began to speak to the people this parable: A man planted a vineyard and let it out to husbandmen, and left the country for a long time.
And in the season he sent to the husbandmen a bondman, that they might give to him of the fruit of the vineyard; but the husbandmen, having beaten him, sent [him] away empty.
And again he sent another bondman; but they, having beaten him also, and cast insult upon him, sent [him] away empty.
And again he sent a third; and they, having wounded him also, cast [him] out.
And the lord of the vineyard said, What shall I do? I will send my beloved son: perhaps when they see him they will respect [him].
But when the husbandmen saw him, they reasoned among themselves, saying, This is the heir; [come,] let us kill him, that the inheritance may become ours.
And having cast him forth out of the vineyard, they killed [him]. What therefore shall the lord of the vineyard do to them?
He will come and destroy those husbandmen, and will give the vineyard to others. And when they heard it they said, May it never be!
But he looking at them said, What then is this that is written, The stone which they that builded rejected, this has become the corner-stone?
Every one falling on this stone shall be broken, but on whomsoever it shall fall, it shall grind him to powder.
And the chief priests and the scribes sought the same hour to lay hands on him, and they feared the people; for they knew that he had spoken this parable of them.
And having watched [him], they sent out suborned persons, pretending to be just men, that they might take hold of him in [his] language, so that they might deliver him up to the power and authority of the governor.
And they asked him saying, Teacher, we know that thou sayest and teachest rightly, and acceptest no [man's] person, but teachest with truth the way of God:
Is it lawful for us to give tribute to Caesar, or not?
But perceiving their deceit he said to them, Why do ye tempt me?
Shew me a denarius. Whose image and superscription has it? And answering they said, Caesar's.
And he said to them, Pay therefore what is Caesar's to Caesar, and what is God's to God.
And they were not able to take hold of him in [his] expressions before the people, and, wondering at his answer, they were silent.
And some of the Sadducees, who deny that there is any resurrection, coming up [to him],
demanded of him saying, Teacher, Moses wrote to us, If any one's brother, who has a wife, die, and he die childless, his brother shall take the wife and raise up seed to his brother.
There were then seven brethren: and the first, having taken a wife, died childless;
and the second [took the woman, and *he* died childless];
and the third took her: and in like manner also the seven left no children and died;
and last of all the woman also died.
In the resurrection therefore of which of them does she become wife, for the seven had her as wife?
And Jesus said to them, The sons of this world marry and are given in marriage,
but they who are counted worthy to have part in that world, and the resurrection from among [the] dead, neither marry nor are given in marriage;
for neither can they die any more, for they are equal to angels, and are sons of God, being sons of the resurrection.
But that the dead rise, even Moses shewed in [the section of] the bush, when he called [the] Lord the God of Abraham and the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob;
but he is not God of [the] dead but of [the] living; for all live for him.
And some of the scribes answering said, Teacher, thou hast well spoken.
For they did not dare any more to ask him anything.
And he said to them, How do they say that the Christ is David's son,
and David himself says in the book of Psalms, The Lord said to my Lord, Sit at my right hand
until I put thine enemies [as] footstool of thy feet?
David therefore calls him Lord, and how is he his son?
And, as all the people were listening, he said to his disciples,
Beware of the scribes, who like to walk about in long robes, and who love salutations in the market-places, and first seats in the synagogues, and first places at suppers;
who devour the houses of widows, and as a pretext make long prayers. These shall receive a severer judgment.