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The gospel according to Luke, chapter 10


The sending out of the seventy-two disciples

Luke 10.1Then the Lord selected seventy-two others and sent them ahead in pairs to all the cities and towns he himself wished to go to.Luke 10.2He said to them: The harvest is great, but there are few workers. So ask the Lord of the Harvest to send out workers for his harvest.Luke 10.3Go! I send you like sheep among wolves.Luke 10.4Do not take a purse, storage bag or shoes with you! Don't say hello on the way!Luke 10.5When you come into a house, the first thing you should say is: Peace to this house!Luke 10.6And if a man of peace lives there, the peace you wish for him will rest on him; otherwise he will return to you.Luke 10.7Stay in this house, eat and drink what you are offered; because whoever works has a right to his wages. Do not move from one house to another!Luke 10.8If you come to a city and you are welcomed, eat what is put in front of you.Luke 10.9Heal the sick who are there and tell the people: The kingdom of God is at hand.Luke 10.10But if you come to a city where you are not accepted, then stand on the street and shout:Luke 10.11Even the dust of your city that sticks to our feet we leave behind for you; but you should know that: The kingdom of God is at hand.Luke 10:12I tell you, Sodom will not fare as badly that day as this city.Luke 10.13Woe to you, Chorazin! Woe to you, Betsaida! If the miracles that happened to you had once happened in Tire and Sidon - they would have repented there in sackcloth and ashes.Luke 10.14Tire and Sidon will not fare as badly in judgment as you do.Luke 10.15And you, Capernaum, do you think you will be lifted up to heaven? No, you get thrown in the underworld.Luke 10.16Whoever listens to you hears me, and whoever rejects you rejects me; but whoever rejects me rejects him who sent me..

The disciples' reward

Luke 10.17The seventy-two returned and reported with joy, Lord, even the demons obey us when we pronounce your name.Luke 10.18Then he said to them: I saw Satan fall from heaven like lightning.Luke 10.19See, I have given you authority to step on snakes and scorpions and overcome all the power of the enemy. Nothing will harm you.Luke 10.20But do not rejoice that the spirits obey you, but rejoice that your names are recorded in heaven..

Jesus' thanks to the Father

Luke 10.21At this hour Jesus, filled with the Holy Spirit, exclaimed with joy: I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden all this from the wise and clever, but revealed it to minors. Yes, father, you liked it that way.Luke 10.22Everything was given to me by my father; nobody knows who the son is, only the father, and nobody knows who the father is, only the son and the one to whom the son wants to reveal it..

The Beatitude of the Disciples

Luke 10.23Jesus turned to the disciples and said to them alone: ​​Blessed are they whose eyes see what you see.Luke 10.24I tell you, many prophets and kings wanted to see what you see and did not see it and wanted to hear what you hear and did not hear..

The example of the good Samaritan

Luke 10.25A teacher of the law stood up and, to put Jesus to the test, asked him, Master, what must I do to gain eternal life?Luke 10.26Jesus said to him, What is in the law? What are you reading there?Luke 10.27He answered: You should love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul, with all your strength and all your thoughts, and: You should love your neighbor as yourself.Luke 10.28Jesus said to him: You answered correctly. Do it and you will live.Luke 10.29The teacher of the law wanted to justify his question and said to Jesus: And who is my neighbor?Luke 10.30Jesus answered him, “A man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho and was attacked by robbers. They plundered him and struck him down; then they went away and left him half dead.Luke 10.31By chance a priest came down the same path; he saw him and went on.Luke 10.32A Levite also came to the place; he saw him and went on.Luke 10.33Then came a man from Samaria who was traveling. When he saw him he felt sorryLuke 10.34went to him, poured oil and wine on his wounds and bandaged them. Then he put him on his mount, took him to an inn, and looked after him.Luke 10.35The next morning he took out two denarii, gave them to the landlord and said: Take care of him, and if you need more for him, I'll pay you when I come back.Luke 10.36What do you think: which of these three turned out to be next to the one who was attacked by the robbers?Luke 10.37The teacher of the law replied, He who acted graciously on him. Then Jesus said to him: Then go and do the same!.

Mary and Martha

Luke 10.38They moved on together and he came to a village. A woman named Marta received him kindly.Luke 10.39She had a sister named Maria. Mary sat at the Lord's feet and listened to his words.Luke 10.40Marta, however, was completely absorbed in looking after him. She came to him and said, Lord, don't you care that my sister leaves all the work to me? Tell her to help me!Lk 10.41The Lord replied: Martha, Marta, you are worried and troubled very much.Lk 10.42But only one thing is necessary. Maria chose the better, that should not be taken from her.