Rotherham's Emphasized Bible

Luke 16

The parable of the unjust steward.

Luke 16:1 And he went on to say, unto his disciples also,—There was, a certain rich man, who had a steward, and, the same, was accused to him as squandering his goods. Luke 16:2 And, accosting him, he said unto him—What is this I hear of thee? Render the account of thy stewardship, for thou canst no longer be steward. Luke 16:3 And the steward said within himself—What shall I do, because my lord taketh away the stewardship from me? Dig, I cannot: to beg, I am ashamed. Luke 16:4 I know what I will do, that, when I am removed out of the stewardship, they may welcome me into their own houses. Luke 16:5 And, calling unto him each one of the debtors of his own lord, he was saying unto the first,—How much owest thou my lord? Luke 16:6 And, he, said—A hundred baths of oil. And, he, said unto him—Kindly take thine accounts, and, sitting down, make haste and write—Fifty! Luke 16:7 After that, unto another, he said—And how much owest, thou? And, he, said—A hundred homers of wheat. He saith unto him—Kindly take thine accounts, and write—Eighty! Luke 16:8 And the lord praised the unrighteous steward, in that with forethought he acted:—Because, the sons of this age, have more forethought than the sons of light, respecting their own generation. Luke 16:9 And, I, unto you, say—For yourselves, make ye friends, with the unjust Riches, in order that, as soon as it shall fail, they may welcome you into the age-abiding tents. Luke 16:10 The faithful in least, in much also, is, faithful, and, he that in least is unrighteous, in much also, is, unrighteous. Luke 16:11 If therefore, in the unjust Riches ye proved unfaithful, the true, who, unto you, will entrust? Luke 16:12 And, if, in what was another's, ye proved unfaithful, your own, who will give unto you?

Luke 16:13 No domestic, can, unto two masters, be in service; for either, the one, he will hate, and, the other, love, or, unto the one, he will hold, and, the other, despise: Ye cannot, unto God, be in service, and unto Riches.

Christ reproveth the hypocrisy of the covetous Pharisees.

Luke 16:14 Now the Pharisees, who were, lovers of money, were hearing all these things, and were openly sneering at him. Luke 16:15 And he said unto them—Ye, are they who justify themselves before men, but, God, knoweth your hearts; because, that which amongst men is lofty, is an abomination before God. Luke 16:16 The law and the prophets, were until John,—from that time, the good news of the kingdom of God, is being proclaimed, and, everyone, thereinto, is forcing his way. Luke 16:17 But it is, easier, for heaven and earth to pass away, than that, of the law, one little point, should fail. Luke 16:18 Every one divorcing his wife and marrying another, committeth adultery; and, he that marrieth a woman divorced from a husband, committeth adultery.

The rich glutton, and Lazarus the beggar.

Luke 16:19 Now, a certain man, was rich, and he used to clothe himself with purple and fine linen, making merry day by day, brilliantly. Luke 16:20 And, a certain beggar, by name Lazarus, used to be cast near his gate, full of sores, Luke 16:21 and to long to be fed from the crumbs that fell from the table of the rich man: nay! even, the dogs, used to come and lick his sores. Luke 16:22 And it came to pass that the beggar died, and was carried away by the messengers, into the bosom of Abraham. And, the rich man also, died, and was buried. Luke 16:23 And, in hades, lifting up his eyes, being in torments, he seeth Abraham afar off, and Lazarus in his bosom. Luke 16:24 And, he, calling out, said—Father Abraham! have mercy upon me, and send Lazarus, that he may dip the tip of his finger in water, and cool my tongue,—because I am in anguish in this flame. Luke 16:25 But Abraham said—Child! remember—That thou didst duly received thy good things in thy life, and, Lazarus, in like manner, the evil things; but, now, here, he is comforted, and, thou, art in anguish. Luke 16:26 And, besides all these things, betwixt us and you, a great chasm, hath been fixed,—so that, they who might wish to cross over from hence unto you, should not be able, nor any, from thence unto us, be crossing over. Luke 16:27 But he said—I request thee then, father, that thou wouldst send him unto my father's house,— Luke 16:28 for I have five brethren;—that he may solemnly testify unto them, lest, they also, come into this place of torment. Luke 16:29 But Abraham saith—They have Moses and the Prophets: Let them hearken unto them. Luke 16:30 But, he, said—Nay! father Abraham, but, if one, from the dead, should go unto them, they would repent. Luke 16:31 But he said unto him—If, unto Moses and the Prophets, they do not hearken, neither, if one, from among the dead, should arise, would they be persuaded.

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