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Tuˈj Marks 7 Mam, Central (MVC)

Kyxnaqˈtzbˈil Parisey

I tzaj laqˈe junjun Parisey, junx kyukˈa junjun xnaqˈtzil tiˈj ojtxe kawbˈil tkˈatz Jesús, aye otaq chi kanin Jerusalén. Teˈ tok kykaˈyin junjun t‑xnaqˈtzbˈin Jesús, qa mix i txˈajine, teˈ kyok ten waˈl, tzeˈnku ntenetaq kyuˈn Parisey exqetziˈn jniˈ xnaqˈtzil tiˈj ojtxe kawbˈil; tuˈntzin ikyjo, i bˈaj ok ten yolbˈilkye. Quˈn ayetziˈn Parisey exqetziˈn xjal antza lipcheqektaq tiˈjjo xnaqˈtzbˈil, a kyij yekˈin kye kyuˈn qtzan kytaˈẍ, nlayxtaq chi waˈn qa mina ẍi txˈajin nej toj jun tumil tzeˈnkuxjo nbˈanttaq kyuˈn. Ex tzeˈnku nchi meltzˈaj loqˈil, nlay cheˈx waˈl, qa mina ẍi txˈajin. Ex atx txqantl, tzeˈnku tuˈn tbˈaj ja txjet jniˈ tkˈwel kykˈwaˈ, jniˈ kyxar, jniˈ kylaq kxbˈil ex jniˈ kywatbˈil.

Tuˈnpetziˈn, xi kyqanin Parisey exqetziˈn xnaqˈtzil tiˈj ojtxe kawbˈil te Jesús: ¿Titzin quˈn mina nkubˈ kynimin t‑xnaqˈtzbˈiˈn a jniˈ kyij yekˈin qe ojtxe kyuˈn qtzan qtaˈẍ? Quˈn mina nchi txˈajin tzeˈn nchi waˈn.

I xi ttzaqˈwin Jesús: Twutzx tej tqˈma yolil Tyol Dios, a Isaías ojtxe, tiˈjjo kyxmiletzˈila, teˈ tqˈma:
    A ayiˈy nchin nkubˈ kynaˈn,
me noq tukˈa kytziˈy.
    Me atzin kyanmiˈn tzunx nloˈchj wen.
    Ntiˈx tajbˈin nchin kubˈ kynaˈn ikyjo,
    quˈn antza tiˈjjo t‑xnaqˈtzbˈil ichin lipcheqekiy.

Ma kyij kytzaqpinjiˈy tkawbˈil Dios, noq tuˈn tkubˈ kybˈinchinkujiˈy a kye kyajbˈil, ex tuˈn mina tzˈel naje toj kykˈuˈja, ma kyij kytzaqpinjiˈy te Dios. 10 Quˈn tqˈma Dios tuˈn tsan, a Moisés: Kyniminku kytatiy ex kynaniy, chiˈ, ex ankye teˈ k‑elil tzaqpaj ttzi te ttata ex te tnana, il tiˈj tuˈn tkyim. 11 Me ankyeˈ nkyqˈmaˈn, qa at jun manbˈaj mo jun txubˈaj xkanin qanil jun tiˈ te tkˈwal mo te tal, bˈaˈn tuˈn t‑xi tqˈmaˈn kˈwalbˈaj te: Mina. Nlay txi nqˈoˈn kyeˈy, quˈn jotxjo jniˈ at weˈy corban, atzin n‑ele kxel nqˈoˈn te Dios, aj nkyima. 12 Ex nkyqˈmaˈn: Aˈltziˈn kqˈmalte ikyjo, ntiˈl il tiˈj tuˈn tmojin tiˈj ttata mo tiˈj tnana. 13 Ikytziˈn ma bˈajel kyikyˈinejiˈy a Tkawbˈil Dios, tuˈn tpajjo kyij yekˈiˈn kyeˈy kyuˈn qtzan kytaˈẍa. Ex nimx txqantl nbˈaj kubˈ kybˈinchiˈn tzeˈnqeku lo.

14 I xi ttxkoˈn Jesús jniˈ xjal tkˈatz, ex xi tqˈmaˈn kye: Chin kybˈintziˈn, ex tzˈelku kynikyˈa te: 15 Nya teˈ tiˈchaqku tiˈ nbˈaj tuˈn jun xjal, nxi qˈonte toj il, qalaˈ ikytzin a teˈ n‑etz toj ttzi, quˈn toj tanmin njatze. 16 Alkye taj tuˈn tok tbˈiˈn in tok tbˈiˈntz, exsin in tkubˈ tbˈinchiˈntz.

17 Tbˈajlinxitziˈn ikyjo, el tpaˈn Jesús tibˈ kyukˈa t‑xnaqˈtzbˈin, exsin i okx toj jun ja antza.

Xi kyqanin t‑xnaqˈtzbˈin tiˈjjo bˈaj tqˈmaˈn, ex tiˈtaq tzˈelpine.

18 Xi tqˈmaˈn kye: Ex ikyx kyejiˈy, ¿Mi s‑el pjet toj kynabˈla? ¿Ma mitzin n‑el kynikyˈa te qa tkyaqiljo nbˈaj tuˈn jun xjal, nlay txi tiˈn toj il, 19 quˈn toj tkˈuˈj nbˈaj kupine, ex nya toj tanmin, ex tqanku n‑exl? (Antza ntqˈmaˈne qa a jniˈ nxi tnikyˈbˈin jun xjal, ntiˈ tkyˈi.) 20 Me a nbˈajetz toj ttzi, apente iljo, 21 quˈn tuˈn toj tanmin nbˈaj tzaj anqˈine. Ex toj tanminxjal nbˈaj tzaj anqˈine jniˈ nya wen ex tuˈn tbˈaj kubˈ bˈinchit: Tzeˈnku aj pajil, tzeˈn elqˈin, jniˈ bˈiˈyin, 22 tzeˈnku tkyaqil kyˈaˈjin, ex tuˈn tpon tkˈuˈj jun xjal tiˈjjo at te juntl, ex jniˈ sbˈubˈl, ex tkyaqil tzeqbˈil, ex jniˈ loˈchj kˈuˈjbˈaj, ex jniˈ iqj yol, ex jniˈ kynimsil kyibˈxjal, exqetziˈn ntiˈ kynabˈl. 23 Tkyaqilxjo jniˈ tiˈchaqku tiˈ, a nya wen, nbˈaj kubˈ kybˈinchin, ex tuˈn anetziˈn nchi bˈinchine il, quˈn tuˈn toj kyanmin nbˈaj tzaj anqˈine jniˈ ikyjo.

Tnimbˈil jun qya nya aj Judiy

24 Bˈeˈxsin xiˈ Jesús toj jun najbˈil najchaq, Tiro, tbˈi. Okx toj jun ja kyukˈa t‑xnaqˈtzbˈin; tkyˈeˈtaq tuˈn tiwle tuˈn aˈla, me mix bˈante tewin, 25-26 quˈn el tqanil toj twiˈ jun qya aj Sirofenisia, jun qya nya Judiy. Me atziˈn qya attaq jun ttxin tokxtaq jun taqˈnil tajaw il toj tanmin. Teˈ tkanin, kubˈ meje twutz Jesús, ex kubˈsin twutz te, tuˈn tex tlajoˈn taqˈnil tajaw il toj tanmin tal.

27 Me ante Jesús xi tqˈmaˈn te: Yonkuy nej, tuˈn kyxi nmojinjiˈy nxjalila, quˈn nya wen tuˈn tel kywa tal kˈwal, exsin tuˈn t‑xiˈ kye chit, quˈn noqit tuˈn kybˈaj waˈn tal kˈwal nej, exsin kxel xiljo kye chittz. Ikyqintzin wejiˈy kyukˈa nxjalila; nej kchi okil nkaˈyiˈn, ex kxel nqˈoˈnjiˈy kyeˈ a ntiˈ at kye.

28 Ex xi ttzaqˈwin qya: Ikyx te tten, Tata. Me kaˈntzin kye tal chit nchi waˈn kye tjaqˈ meẍ tiˈjjo tbˈuchil wabˈj nbˈajel tzˈaq kyuˈn kyajaw. Ikyqintzintla wejiˈy, qˈontz chˈin weˈ tiˈjjo nxi tqˈoˈn kye t‑xjalila.

29 Tuˈntziˈn tyoljo qya ikyjo, xi ttzaqˈwin Jesús te: At nim tnimbˈila wiˈja, tuˈn ẍin tzaj ttzaqˈwin ikyjo. Kux tzˈajxiy tjay. Atzin taqˈnil tajaw il ma tzˈex toj tanmin tala.

30 Atzin teˈ tkanin qya tja, kuẍletaqjo tal twiˈ twatbˈil, quˈn otaq tzˈexjo taqˈnil tajaw il toj tanmin.

Jun xjal ẍonẍ ex xtiq qˈanit tuˈn Jesús

31 Etz Jesús tojjo txˈotxˈ, jaˈ i ponin kyukˈa t‑xnaqˈtzbˈin, ex i ikyˈku tojjo najbˈil Sidón, tuˈn kykanin juntl majl toj ttxˈotxˈ Decápolis, ttzi Nijabˈ te Galiley. 32 Tej tkanin antza, qˈiˈn jun xjal ẍonẍ ex xtiq twutz, ex xi kyqˈmaˈn a iqilte te Jesús, tuˈn tkubˈ tqˈoˈn tqˈobˈ tibˈaj tuˈn tel weˈ.

33 Ex kypaˈn Jesús kyibˈ kyjunalx tukˈaˈ xjal, jaˈ mixtaq aˈl at, exsin i okx tqˈoˈn twiˈ tqˈobˈ kyoj tẍkyin, ex i ok takˈsin twiˈ tqˈobˈ tukˈa taˈl ttzi. Ok tmikoˈn taqˈjo xjal, 34 ex jaw kaˈyin twutz kyaˈj, ex jaw t‑xew.

Xi tqˈmaˈn te ichin: Efata. Atziˈn n‑ele, ku kyxi jaqliych.

35 Texjo tqan, bˈeˈx i jqet tẍkyin ẍonẍ, ex bˈeˈx bˈant tyolin.

36 Teˈ kyul kykˈatzjo xjal, xixix toqxenin Jesús kye, tuˈn mix aˈl qe, tuˈn t‑xi kyqˈmaˈn a otaq bˈant tiˈjjo ẍonẍ ex xtiq. Me teˈ t‑xi tqˈmaˈn ikyjo kyexjal, noqx kyjaˈ i ok tenil qˈmalte tqanil.

37 Otaq chi bˈaj jaw kaˈylaj tuˈn ikyjo, ex kyqˈma: Tkyaqilx tbˈanilx nbˈaj bˈant tuˈn. A ajinqe ẍonẍ nbˈaj bˈant kybˈiˈn, ex xtiq nbˈaj bˈant kyyolin tuˈn, chi chiˈ.

Mark 7 New International Version (NIV)

That Which Defiles

The Pharisees and some of the teachers of the law who had come from Jerusalem gathered around Jesus and saw some of his disciples eating food with hands that were defiled, that is, unwashed. (The Pharisees and all the Jews do not eat unless they give their hands a ceremonial washing, holding to the tradition of the elders. When they come from the marketplace they do not eat unless they wash. And they observe many other traditions, such as the washing of cups, pitchers and kettles.[a])

So the Pharisees and teachers of the law asked Jesus, “Why don’t your disciples live according to the tradition of the elders instead of eating their food with defiled hands?”

He replied, “Isaiah was right when he prophesied about you hypocrites; as it is written:

“‘These people honor me with their lips,
    but their hearts are far from me.
They worship me in vain;
    their teachings are merely human rules.’[b]

You have let go of the commands of God and are holding on to human traditions.”

And he continued, “You have a fine way of setting aside the commands of God in order to observe[c] your own traditions! 10 For Moses said, ‘Honor your father and mother,’[d] and, ‘Anyone who curses their father or mother is to be put to death.’[e] 11 But you say that if anyone declares that what might have been used to help their father or mother is Corban (that is, devoted to God)— 12 then you no longer let them do anything for their father or mother. 13 Thus you nullify the word of God by your tradition that you have handed down. And you do many things like that.”

14 Again Jesus called the crowd to him and said, “Listen to me, everyone, and understand this. 15 Nothing outside a person can defile them by going into them. Rather, it is what comes out of a person that defiles them.” [16] [f]

17 After he had left the crowd and entered the house, his disciples asked him about this parable. 18 “Are you so dull?” he asked. “Don’t you see that nothing that enters a person from the outside can defile them? 19 For it doesn’t go into their heart but into their stomach, and then out of the body.” (In saying this, Jesus declared all foods clean.)

20 He went on: “What comes out of a person is what defiles them. 21 For it is from within, out of a person’s heart, that evil thoughts come—sexual immorality, theft, murder, 22 adultery, greed, malice, deceit, lewdness, envy, slander, arrogance and folly. 23 All these evils come from inside and defile a person.”

Jesus Honors a Syrophoenician Woman’s Faith

24 Jesus left that place and went to the vicinity of Tyre.[g] He entered a house and did not want anyone to know it; yet he could not keep his presence secret. 25 In fact, as soon as she heard about him, a woman whose little daughter was possessed by an impure spirit came and fell at his feet. 26 The woman was a Greek, born in Syrian Phoenicia. She begged Jesus to drive the demon out of her daughter.

27 “First let the children eat all they want,” he told her, “for it is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to the dogs.”

28 “Lord,” she replied, “even the dogs under the table eat the children’s crumbs.”

29 Then he told her, “For such a reply, you may go; the demon has left your daughter.”

30 She went home and found her child lying on the bed, and the demon gone.

Jesus Heals a Deaf and Mute Man

31 Then Jesus left the vicinity of Tyre and went through Sidon, down to the Sea of Galilee and into the region of the Decapolis.[h] 32 There some people brought to him a man who was deaf and could hardly talk, and they begged Jesus to place his hand on him.

33 After he took him aside, away from the crowd, Jesus put his fingers into the man’s ears. Then he spit and touched the man’s tongue. 34 He looked up to heaven and with a deep sigh said to him, “Ephphatha!” (which means “Be opened!”). 35 At this, the man’s ears were opened, his tongue was loosened and he began to speak plainly.

36 Jesus commanded them not to tell anyone. But the more he did so, the more they kept talking about it. 37 People were overwhelmed with amazement. “He has done everything well,” they said. “He even makes the deaf hear and the mute speak.”

Footnotes:

  1. Mark 7:4 Some early manuscripts pitchers, kettles and dining couches
  2. Mark 7:7 Isaiah 29:13
  3. Mark 7:9 Some manuscripts set up
  4. Mark 7:10 Exodus 20:12; Deut. 5:16
  5. Mark 7:10 Exodus 21:17; Lev. 20:9
  6. Mark 7:16 Some manuscripts include here the words of 4:23.
  7. Mark 7:24 Many early manuscripts Tyre and Sidon
  8. Mark 7:31 That is, the Ten Cities
New International Version (NIV)

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