The reflection represents only my own point of view, intended to help prepare myself for the Lord’s day and perhaps spark a meaningful discussion. Finally, Aaron and Hur have Moses sit and the two of them keep Moses’ arms raised until Israel wins the battle. Tagalog/Filipino (1) Sermon Type . It is the parable of the widow who pestered the unscrupulous judge. The Parable of the Widow and the Unjust Judge. Ed MorrisseyPosted at 11:31 am on October 16, 2016. -- This Bible is now Public Domain. Sunday reflection: Luke 18:1–8; Share on Facebook Share on Twitter. Lectionary Reflections Luke 18:1-8 October 20, 2013. Share on Facebook. Instead, a widow has to deal with a dishonest judge — one reluctant to do justice even though he knows the widow is in the right. I tell you, he will see to it that justice is done for them speedily. 17 For nothing is hidden that will not be disclosed, nor is anything secret that will not become known and come to light. Moses lifts up his arms in prayer to the Lord, and the battle goes well until he tires and his arms drop. 35At nangyari, na nang nalalapit na sila sa Jerico, isang bulag ay nakaupo sa tabi ng daan na nagpapalimos: Free E-mail Bible Study Discipleship Training in Luke's Gospel. Free E-mail Bible Study Discipleship Training in Luke's Gospel. Share on Twitter. Luke 18 The Parable of the Persistent Widow. Reflection: Luke 18:1-8 The 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Luke 18:1-8 . Amalek then gains the upper hand until Moses lifts up his hands again, only to suffer reversal when his arms droop again. The Widow and the Unjust Judge (Luke 18:1-8) by Dr. Ralph F. Wilson Audio (18:54) Gospel Parallels §185. Copyright HotAir.com/Salem Media. At sinabi niya, Panginoon, na tanggapin ko ang aking paningin. It is a question of three things which were lost: the lost sheep (Lk 15:3-7), the lost drachma (Lk 15:8-10), and the lost son (Lk 15:11-32). With this gift, we can be witnesses of faith that is not easily explained but give us the desire to glorify God. Don’t count on it, Senate Republicans: Votes to convict Trump are few — and dwindling, Why Israel’s vaccine success might be hard to replicate. 10May dalawang lalaking nagsipanhik sa templo upang magsipanalangin; ang isa'y Fariseo, at ang isa'y maniningil ng buwis. Our first reading tells one of the more well-known episodes from Exodus — the battle between Israel and Amelek during the nation’s wandering in the desert. But when the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on earth?”. Bible > Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia > Luke 21 Lucas 21 Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia. Share on Facebook. Her perseverance wears him down. Perseverance and solidarity. In reading the texts for the next three weeks, I have perceived a … Reflection for Sunday October 20, Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Luke 18:1-8 Jesus instructed us to pray that the Father’s kingdom would come and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Gospel. Justice Delivered – A Reflection on Luke 18:1-8 aneel.aranha November 14, 2020 0 16. Yesterday my wife and I went to confession, which as I’ve written a number of times is an experience that begins with dread and ends with relief, bordering on exhilaration. Reflection: Luke 18:1-8 Saturday of the 32 nd Week of Ordinary Time – Luke 18:1-8. 9At kaniyang sinalita naman ang talinghagang ito sa nagsisiasa sa kanilang sarili, na nangagpapanggap na sila'y matutuwid, at pinawawalang halaga ang lahat ng mga iba: In that city there was a widow who kept coming to him … 1 At nangyari, sa pagpasok niya sa bahay ng isa sa mga pinuno ng mga Fariseo nang isang sabbath upang kumain ng tinapay, at inaabangan nila siya. He said, ‘In a certain city there was a judge who neither feared God nor had respect for people. The Israelites at this time had cried out for justice to the Lord, especially during the Roman occupation. This morning’s Gospel reading is Luke 18:1–8: Jesus told his disciples a parable about the necessity for them to pray always without becoming weary. Commentary on Genesis 32:22-31. In the Gospel today (Luke 18:1-8) Jesus teaches a parable about the importance of constant prayer. 12Makalawa akong nagaayuno sa isang linggo; nagbibigay ako ng ikapu ng lahat kong kinakamtan. Lectionary Reflections Luke 18:1-8 October 20, 2013. Then Jesus told them a parable about their need to pray always and not to lose heart. Confession forces me to step back and confront the reality of sin, rather than the illusion and glamour of it — as in the first definition of glamour found in Webster, “a magic spell.”. The determination to keep returning to confession after I stumble and fall under that glamour again is a continuous prayer to the Lord for His grace to pick myself back up and try again. Now, this second time, (Lk 18,1-8), He uses a parable taken from life to teach us insistence in prayer. But I am not alone in this. Luke 18:1-8 EXEGESIS: This week’s Gospel lesson has close ties to the scriptures that precede it (17:20-37) and follow it (18:9-14; 19:11-27). 13Datapuwa't ang maniningil ng buwis, na nakatayo sa malayo, ay ayaw na itingin man lamang ang kaniyang mga mata sa langit, kundi dinadagukan ang kaniyang dibdib, na sinasabi, Dios, ikaw ay mahabag sa akin, na isang makasalanan. In today’s Gospel, we hear the familiar parable about the necessity of praying always. 32Sapagka't siya'y ibibigay sa mga Gentil, at siya'y aalimurahin, at duduwahaginin, at luluraan. Yet the priest also perseveres, helping those who stumble to see their sin clearly and then reconciling them with the Lord. Ed Morrissey Posted at 11:31 am on October 16, 2016. If that process might discourage lay people such as myself, imagine the weight these confessors assume in this process. 41Anong ibig mo na sa iyo'y gawin ko? walang mabuti, kundi isa, ang Dios lamang. John Everett Millais, 'The Unjust Judge and the Importunate Widow' (1864), wood engraving on paper, Tate Museum, London. Reflection for Sunday December 25, Christmas, Solemnity of the Lord’s Birth, Holy Mass during Midnight; Luke 2:1-14 Gospel: Luke 2:1-14. If my arms get raised in this process, then it’s because the priest and my wife are helping me to hold them up. DAILY-HOMILY is a Catholic-based Scripture and Homily Reflections. 24At sa pagmamasid sa kaniya ni Jesus ay sinabi, Pagkahiraphirap na makapasok sa kaharian ng Dios ang mga may kayamanan! Francis Alvarez, SJ Loyola School of Theology In what way is God like an unjust judge? Luke 21:5-11 New International Version (NIV) The Destruction of the Temple and Signs of the End Times. Jesus taught his lessons as stories. He said, "In a certain city there was a judge who neither feared God nor had respect for people. As in our Gospel reading, we persevere in this process to shed sin and come close to the Lord. Both ordained and laity help to lift each other out of the poverty of sin, sometimes especially so when we are at our weakest and know we need help more than ever. They wanted a rescue from oppression and a return to God’s grace. There are two characters in this parable: a widow and a judge. 27Datapuwa't sinabi niya, Ang mga bagay na di mangyayari sa mga tao ay may pangyayari sa Dios. Subscribe to this list and you will receive a free, informed, down to earth and illustrated homilies focusing on the readings on Weekday & Sunday Masses, Liturgical Services or personal reflection. We call them parables. 18At tinanong siya ng isang pinuno, na sinasabi, Mabuting Guro, anong gagawin ko upang magmana ng walang hanggang buhay? Moses appoints Joshua as the commander of the Israelite army, while Moses goes to the mountaintop with Aaron and Hur. Both of these passages struck a chord after coming out of the confessional yesterday, in more ways than one. Bkmrk. What prayer seems so unlikely, so outlandish, that you have feared to pray it because you have the sneaking suspicion that prayer is not going to do a darn thing? The way He presents the parable is very didactic. Bible > Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia > Luke 8 Lucas 8 Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia. Luke 18:1-8 The Word of God . There are two characters in this parable: a widow and a judge. To put it in terms of our reading from Exodus, the sacrament of reconciliation allows me to lift my arms back up again so that the spiritual battle may turn in the Lord’s favor. The corrupt judge finally gives in because the widow is unrelenting in her supplication. Ed Morrissey Posted at 11:31 am on October 16, 2016. Tagalog/Filipino (1) Sermon Type . Now, this second time, (Lk 18,1-8), He uses a parable taken from life to teach us insistence in prayer. 1 At sinalita niya sa kanila ang isang talinghaga, na sila'y dapat magsipanalanging lagi, at huwag manganglupaypay; 2 Na sinasabi, May isang hukom sa isang bayan, na hindi natatakot sa Dios, at walang taong pinagpipitaganan: 3 At sa bayang yaon ay may isang babaing bao; at siya'y naparoroong madalas sa kaniya, na sinasabi, Iganti … He wanted his listeners involved in figuring out their meaning, and it made his lessons more memorable. 15At dinala naman nila sa kaniya ang kanilang mga sanggol, upang kaniyang hipuin sila; datapuwa't nang mangakita ito ng mga alagad, ay sila'y sinaway nila. 11Ang Fariseo ay nakatayo at nanalangin sa kaniyang sarili ng ganito, Dios, pinasasalamatan kita, na hindi ako gaya ng ibang mga tao, na mga manglulupig, mga liko, mga mapangalunya, o hindi man lamang gaya ng maniningil ng buwis na ito. Luke 18 The Parable of the Persistent Widow. “The ink is barely dry on the $900 billion.”, Stupidity instead of malice, but just as bad, “We’re just a family, now we have to take on the role of law enforcement…”, Rep. Jamaal Bowman of New York shared some thoughts on white supremacy on his Twitter account today. After receiving absolution, I went off to reflect on the readings for both yesterday and today, and these struck home even more than usual. Luke places both the men and the women disciples at the same level because all of them follow Jesus. If a corrupt and cruel judge would give a widow her due just to shut her up, would not the God who loves us hear our cries and send us His grace? Jesus promises us that perseverance will not go unrewarded. 14Sinasabi ko sa inyo, Nanaog at umuwi sa kaniyang bahay ang taong ito na inaaaringganap kay sa isa: sapagka't ang bawa't nagmamataas sa kaniyang sarili ay mabababa; datapuwa't ang nagpapakababa sa kaniyang sarili ay matataas. Sunday Gospel Reflection October 20, 2019 Luke 18:1-8 Fr. Previous Sunday Reflections from the main page can be found here. Sin is a struggle that repeats itself too often, and without confession to force me to confront it, it becomes very seductive and transforms itself into routine, then normality. 33At kanilang papaluin at papatayin siya: at sa ikatlong araw ay muling magbabangon siya. 22At nang marinig ito ni Jesus, ay sinabi niya sa kaniya, Isang bagay pa ang kulang sa iyo: ipagbili mo ang lahat mong tinatangkilik, at ipamahagi mo sa mga dukha, at magkakaroon ka ng kayamanan sa langit: at pumarito ka, sumunod ka sa akin. Luke 8:1-18 New International Version (NIV) The Parable of the Sower. 28At sinabi ni Pedro, Narito, iniwan namin ang aming sarili, at nagsisunod sa iyo. The widow in the parable receives her request because she was persistent and we ought to be equally constant in prayer. 34At wala silang napagunawa sa mga bagay na ito; at ang sabing ito ay nalingid sa kanila, at hindi nila napagtalastas ang sinabi. Since receiving my confirmation at 25, I’ve been to confession plenty of times. He hears confessions every week and sometimes more, from the same people, who like myself confess the same sins. 29At sinabi niya sa kanila, Katotohanang sinasabi ko sa inyo, Walang taong nagiwan ng bahay, o asawang babae, o mga kapatid, o mga magulang o mga anak, dahil sa kaharian ng Dios, 1 At sinalita niya sa kanila ang isang talinghaga, na sila'y dapat magsipanalanging lagi, at huwag manganglupaypay; 2 Na sinasabi, May isang hukom sa isang bayan, na hindi natatakot sa Dios, at walang taong pinagpipitaganan: 3 At sa bayang yaon ay may isang babaing bao; at siya'y naparoroong madalas sa kaniya, na sinasabi, Iganti mo ako sa aking kaalit. She brings her case before an unjust judge. Then Jesus told them a parable about their need to pray always and not to lose heart. But Jesus focuses the parable on a different point, that we are to pray always and to not los… But Jesus said, 6 “As for what you see here, the time will come when not one stone will be left on another; every one of them will be thrown down.” She brings her case before an unjust judge. Prayer - Luke 11:5-13, 18:1-8 - Bible Study & Discussion Context of Luke 11:5-13 What we call "the Lord’s prayer". First Reading. 39At siya'y sinaway ng nangasa unahan, upang siya'y tumahimik: datapuwa't siya'y lalong nagsisigaw, Ikaw na anak ni David, mahabag ka sa akin. That won the battle for Moses and the Israelites, and it’s a winning formula to this very day in our own spiritual battle to form ourselves to the Lord. The Widow and the Unjust Judge: Persisting in Pursuing Justice. Reflection on Luke 18:1-8 What is the prayer you have not dared to pray? There are also close parallels to 11:5-13. Ang Dating Biblia -- Philippines Bible Society (1905), Tagalog (Philippines National Language) -- Bible is Recognized by its Title (Ang Biblia) or (Ang Dating Biblia) -- Typed From the Ang Biblia Tagalog, by Richard und Dolores Long. Some of the sins I confess are the same ones that I’ve confessed before, sins from which I need healing but still have not overcome. Bible > Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia > Luke 19 Lucas 19 Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia. (translation: Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia (1905)) 16 “No one after lighting a lamp hides it under a jar, or puts it under a bed, but puts it on a lampstand, so that those who enter may see the light. There are two characters in this parable: a widow and a judge. The Widow and the Unjust Judge: Persisting in Pursuing Justice. 43At pagdaka'y tinanggap niya ang kaniyang paningin, at sumunod sa kaniya, na niluluwalhati ang Dios: at pagkakita nito ng buong bayan, ay nangagpuri sa Dios. But this parable has another meaning as well. All Rights Reserved. One could argue that confession hasn’t solved the problem, but it does, especially in its immediate aftermath. There is no battle, and no one is actually praying. In the parable of the persistent widow (Luke 18:1-8), a poor, powerless person (the widow) persists in nagging a corrupt, powerful person (the judge) to do justice for her. Luke writes: “There was a judge who neither feared God nor respected any human being.” 20Talastas mo ang mga utos, Huwag kang mangalunya, Huwag kang pumatay, Huwag kang magnakaw, Huwag kang sumaksi sa di katotohanan, Igalang mo ang iyong ama at ina. Luke 18:1-8 The Unjust Judge and the Persistent Widow. This is the form that solidarity takes. The Lord had heard their please, and sent Jesus to show them the way to put aside sin and to form themselves for eternal life. Commentary on Luke 18:1-8. For previous Green Room entries, click here. 37At sinabi nila sa kaniya, na nagdaraan si Jesus na taga Nazaret. 29th Sunday of Ordinary Time Gospel Luke 18:1–8 God will secure the rights of his chosen ones who call out to him. Our popular culture encourages this; it tries to tell us that there really isn’t any such thing as sin, and that anything goes as long as it doesn’t make anyone else feel bad. 2 At narito, isang lalake na tinatawag sa pangalang Zaqueo; at siya'y isang puno ng mga maniningil ng buwis, at siya'y mayaman. Bkmrk. 1 At siya'y pumasok at nagdaan sa Jerico. Full Sermon (205) ... Good morning brothers and sisters, I wish to share from the passage in Luke 18: 1-8. • Luke 8:2-3: The women follow Jesus. Jesus tells a parable of a widow who has a rival who mistreated her. He said, “There was a judge in a certain town who neither feared God nor respected any human being. Will not God then secure the rights of his chosen ones who call out to him day and night? The point of this parable is to tell us to take heart in our struggle. In the first place, Luke presents a brief introduction which serves as the key for the reading. 17Katotohanang sinasabi ko sa inyo, Sinomang hindi tumanggap ng kaharian ng Dios na gaya ng isang maliit na bata, ay hindi siya papasok doon sa anomang paraan. In the first place, Luke presents a brief introduction which serves as the key for the reading. 5 Some of his disciples were remarking about how the temple was adorned with beautiful stones and with gifts dedicated to God. Reflection: Luke 18:1-8 The 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Luke 18:1-8 . It is the parable of the widow who pestered the unscrupulous judge. Reflection on Luke 18:35-43 ~ To allow ourselves the freedom to shout out “Jesus, have mercy on me,” is a sign we are accepting the miraculous gift of faith. It worked. Commentary on Luke 18:1-8. 8 After this, Jesus traveled about from one town and village to another, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom of God. John Everett Millais, 'The Unjust Judge and the Importunate Widow' (1864), wood engraving on paper, Tate Museum, London. Sunday reflection: Luke 18:1–8. 16Datapuwa't pinalapit sila ni Jesus sa kaniya, na sinasabi, Pabayaan ninyong magsilapit sa akin ang maliliit na bata, at huwag ninyo silang pagbawalan: sapagka't sa mga ganito nauukol ang kaharian ng Dios. The way He presents the parable is very didactic. The parable assumes John the Baptists teaching that holding a position of power and leadership obligates you to work justly, especially on behalf of the poor and weak. This was the first enrollment, when Quirinius was governor of Syria. As Paul writes in his second letter to Timothy, “proclaim the word; be persistent whether it is convenient; convince, reprimand, encourage all through patience and teaching.”. Lucas 16:10 - Ang mapagtapat sa kakaunti ay mapagtapat din naman sa marami: at ang di matuwid sa kakaunti ay di rin naman matuwid sa marami. The clarity and resolve that follows confession does arm me with a greater ability to resist sin. Additional Ordinary time Reflections. One of the most difficult aspects of prayer is persevering when it seems that God is not answering. In today’s Gospel we hear the familiar parable about the necessity of praying always. In fact, I have two partners here in this world for that process — my wife (who usually dictates the confession schedule, if I’m going to be honest here) and the priest, who has a difficult task. 40At si Jesus ay tumigil, at ipinagutos na dalhin siya sa kaniya: at nang mailapit siya, ay itinanong niya sa kaniya, Bible > Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia > Luke 12 Lucas 12 Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia. Therefore in Luke the Lord’s Prayer has a special context; it arises out of Jesus’ own prayer. The story of Jacob’s wrestling with the angel provides an embarrassment of … This is a simplified version of the similar account in Matthew 6 (which was at a different time, it seems). We have been shown the path and taught the Word of God that takes us from our sinful, fallen state so that we can form ourselves for the Lord. Jesus tells a parable of a widow who has a rival who mistreated her. What prayer seems so unlikely, so outlandish, that you have feared to pray it because you have the sneaking suspicion that prayer is not going to do a darn thing? 30Na di tatanggap ng makapupung higit sa panahong ito, at sa sanglibutang darating, ng walang hanggang buhay. In that city there was a widow who kept coming to him … 38At siya'y nagsisigaw, na sinasabi, Jesus, ikaw na anak ni David, mahabag ka sa akin. 2 At narito, sa kaniyang harapan ay may isang lalaking namamaga. 42At sinabi sa kaniya ni Jesus, Tanggapin mo ang iyong paningin: pinagaling ka ng pananampalataya mo. Jesus clearly wants the former, but found the latter. 23Datapuwa't nang marinig niya ang mga bagay na ito, siya'y namanglaw na lubha; sapagka't siya'y totoong mayaman. 18 And he told them a parable, to the effect that they ought always to pray and not lose heart. The Widow and the Unjust Judge (Luke 18:1-8) by Dr. Ralph F. Wilson Audio (18:54) Gospel Parallels §185. He did this for two reasons. 21At sinabi niya, Ginanap ko ang lahat ng mga bagay na ito buhat pa sa aking pagkabata. By Emily Sylvester. October 20, 2013. Jesus prayed for Simon that his faith might not fail (Luke 22:32). Full Sermon (205) Outlines (43) ... Good morning brothers and sisters, I wish to share from the passage in Luke 18: 1-8. 1 At siya'y tumunghay, at nakita ang mga taong mayayaman na nangaghuhulog ng kanilang mga alay sa kabangyaman. Lesson 81: Persevering in Prayer (Luke 18:1-8) Related Media. In today’s Gospel, we hear the familiar parable about the necessity of praying always. “Sunday Reflection” is a regular feature, looking at the specific readings used in today’s Mass in Catholic parishes around the world. It is a great source for scripture readings, homilies and reflections for Weekdays, Sundays and Holydays of Obligation. 36At pagkarinig na nagdaraan ang maraming tao, ay itinanong niya kung ano ang ibig sabihin noon. In all our readings, but especially the Gospel and the passage from Exodus, the power and necessity of perseverance is made clear — and not just perseverance, but also solidarity in prayer. Luke 8 New Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition (NRSVCE) A Lamp under a Jar. In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that the whole world should be enrolled. Then Jesus told them a parable about their need to pray always and not to lose heart. Sunday reflection: Luke 18:1–8. Jesus’s disciples asked Him to teach them how to pray, and in Luke 11:2-4, we find His response. He said, “In a certain city there was a judge who neither feared God nor had respect for people. On the surface, that may not seem to have much to do with the parable Jesus tells in Luke 18. Here are a few questions on Luke 18:1-8, the text we are studying for Sunday, July 15, that we might or might not want to consider in class: The narrator introduces the parable as being about “the need to pray always and never lose heart.” Does this teaching … 2 At nakita niya ang isang dukhang babaing bao … They have a Sisyphean task, trying to roll the boulder of absolution not just up one mountain but hundreds of them, only to see them all roll back down sooner rather than later. This is why he asks at the end, “But when the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on earth?”, That is also a question for us to this day. 3) Reflection • The Gospel today presents the first one of three parables united by the same word. Okay, not plenty — I should go more often — but especially over the last decade or so, it’s been between 6-10 times a year. Reflection on Luke 18:1-8 What is the prayer you have not dared to pray? Will he be slow to answer them? Only Luke tells us that Jesus prayed for his crucifiers (Luke 23:34) and as he died committed his spirit into the hands of Father (Luke 23:46). Luke has also kept some of the names of some of these women disciples: Mary Magdalene, born in the town of Magdala. Here are a few questions on Luke 18:1-8, the text we are studying for Sunday, July 15, that we might or might not want to consider in class: The narrator introduces the parable as being about “the need to pray always and never lose heart.” Does this teaching seem more applicable to some situations than… 25Sapagka't magaan pa sa isang kamelyo ang pumasok sa butas ng isang karayom, kay sa isang taong mayaman na pumasok sa kaharian ng Dios. What surprises is that along with the men there are also women “together with Jesus”. 26At sinabi ng mga nakarinig nito, Sino nga kaya ang makaliligtas? For instance, I have … But were the Israelites prepared to embrace a savior when He arrived, or were they too wedded to sin to recognize Him? And a widow in that town used to come to him and say, ‘Render a just decision for me against my adversary.’ For a long time the judge was unwilling, but eventually he thought, ‘While it is true that I neither fear God nor respect any human being, because this widow keeps bothering me I shall deliver a just decision for her lest she finally come and strike me.’”, The Lord said, “Pay attention to what the dishonest judge says. Man Who Lost Parents In Synagogue Shooting Sues NRA, Unity Watch: Sorry President Biden, the Honeymoon Is Over Before It Even Started, Panic Has Struck a Blue State Now That Biden's Taking Aim at Fracking, NY Times writer shaken by what he saw during 1,600-mile drive through middle America, CCPA - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. It turns out …, “Some lawmakers think she’ll never be able to run for leadership again.”, “Of the nation’s six largest states, California remains the only one with a usage rate below 40%”, Biden moves to block oil and gas leases on public land and in New Mexico that could be a big problem, Another teachers union refuses to return to work, Report: Trump and DOJ lawyer schemed to oust acting AG, pressure Georgia into overturning election results, Biden’s “bipartisanship” bumbled: GOP’s centrists reject massive new COVID relief/stimulus package — after not being consulted, Governors to National Guard in D.C.: It’s time to come home now, Rep. Jamaal Bowman has thoughts about the pillars of white supremacy, Democrats: Yeah, don’t get your hopes up for that immigration bill, Will there be a Trump presidential library? Luke 18, 1-8 The Word of God . 19At sinabi sa kaniya ni Jesus, Bakit mo ako tinatawag na mabuti? This morning’s Gospel reading is Luke 18:1–8: Jesus told his disciples a parable about the necessity for them to pray always without becoming weary. Bible > Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia > Luke 14 Lucas 14 Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia. 31At isinama niya ng bukod ang labingdalawa, at sa kanila'y sinabi, Narito, nagsisiahon tayo sa Jerusalem, at ang lahat ng mga bagay na isinulat ng mga propeta ay mangagaganap sa Anak ng tao. Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia 1 At sinalita niya sa kanila ang isang talinghaga, na sila'y dapat magsipanalanging lagi, at huwag manganglupaypay; 2 Na sinasabi, May isang hukom sa isang bayan, na hindi natatakot sa Dios, at walang taong pinagpipitaganan: 3 At sa bayang yaon ay may isang babaing bao; at siya'y naparoroong madalas sa kaniya, na sinasabi, Iganti mo ako sa aking kaalit. Will we keep that faith, or will we despair and fall silently into the seductive arms of sin instead? 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