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And become like little children,
The Kingdom of Heaven.
Like this little child,
Whoever shall receive
One such little child,
In my name
One of these little ones
Who believe in me,
That a great millstone
In the depth of the sea.
For offences must come.
Through whom the offence comes ! If your hand or your
foot is a hindrance to you, Cut it off, Throw it from you.
It is good for you,
into life maimed or lame, Rather than with two hands or two feet To be thrown into the eternal fire.
If your eye is a hindrance to you,
Pick it out,
Throw it from you. It is good for you
To go into life one-eyed, Rather than with two eyes To be thrown into the gehenna of fire.
See that you do not despise
One of these little ones.
Their angels always look upon
What do you think?
If a man has a hundred sheep,
and seek the one astray ?
More than over the ninety-nine
Which have not gone astray. In the same way,
It is not the wish of my Father in Heaven That one of these little ones should perish.
If your brother
wrongs you, Go show him his fault
Between you and him alone.
brother. But if he does not listen to you,
Take with you one or two more,
Every word may be established.
Tell it to the Church.
Let him be to you as the heathen
To tell you the truth :
shall bind on earth, Will be bound in heaven. Whatever
shall loose on earth Will be loosed in heaven. Again to tell you the truth :
If two of you shall agree on earth
On anything they will ask
It will be done for them
By my Father in Heaven.
There am I in the midst of them.
Then Peter came and said to him :
Lord, how often am I to forgive my brother when he wrongs me? Seven times?"
“ I do not tell you, Seven times, but, Seventy times seven,” Jesus said to him. “So the Kingdom of Heaven is compared to a certain king who wished to have a settlement with his slaves : and when he had begun the settlement, one was brought to him who owed him fifty million dollars. But since he had not the means to pay, the master ordered him to be sold and his wife and children, and all he had, and payment to be made.
So the slave fell down at his feet and said:
Have patience with me and I will pay you all.
The master of that slave took pity on him and released him, and forgave him the debt.
But that slave went out and found one of his fellow-slaves who owed him a hundred dollars,
and he laid hold on him and took him by the throat, and said:
Pay what you owe.
So his fellow-slave fell down and begged him :
Have patience with me and I will pay you.
He would not, but went and threw him into prison till he should
what So when his fellow-slaves saw what was done they were exceedingly sorry, and came and told their master all that was done.
Then his master called him to him :
You wicked slave, he said, I forgave you all that debt, because you begged me. Should not you also have taken pity on your fellow-slave, just as I took pity on you?
His master was angry and delivered him to the tormentors till he should pay all that was due.
In the same way will my heavenly Father treat you, if each one of you does not forgive your brother from your heart.”
When Jesus had finished these words he went from Galilee and came into the parts of Judæa beyond Jordan. And great crowds followed him and he cured them there.
Some Pharisees came and tempted him and said :