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Feast at the House of Levi - 1573, Galleria della Academia, Venice - by Paolo Caliari, Il Veronese
Feast at the House of Levi - 1573, Galleria della Academia, Venice - by Paolo Caliari, Il Veronese

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2:13 And he came out again beside the sea.
  And all the crowd came before him ...
  And he taught them.
2:14 And leading beside, he percieved Levi of Alpheaus ...
  sitting upon the tribute treasury.
  And he says to him ... Follow me! And standing up, he followed him.
2:15 And it happened he is lying down in his house ...
  and many tribute collectors and sinners laid up together to Jesus and his disciples ...
  for there were many ...
  and they followed him.
2:16 And the scribes and pharisees, perceiving he is eating with sinners and tax collectors, ...
  said to his disciples ... Why (is) that? Is he eating with tribute collectors and sinners?
2:17 And having heard, Jesus says to them ... The strong ones have no need of a healer.
  But rather the ones having illness.
  I came not to call righteous ones ...
  but sinners.
2:18 And the disciples of John and the pharasees were fasting ...
and (then), they are coming ...
and they are saying to him ... Why are John's disciples and the pharasee's disciples fasting?
  Yet your disciples are not fasting.
2:19 And Jesus said to them ...
  The sons of the bridal chamber are not able, in which the bridegroom is with them, to fast.
  As much time, with themselves, they have the bridegroom, they are not able to fast.
2:20 Yet days shall come when the bridegroom may be taken from them ...
  and then they shall fast in those days.
2:21 And no one sews on a patch of unshrunk cloth on an old garment ...
  otherwise the fullness pulls away from it, the new from the old ...
  and the split becomes worse.
2:22 And no one casts "new wine" into old wineskins.
  Otherwise, the "new wine" will tear the wineskins and the wine will pour out and the wineskins shall be destroyed.
Instead, cast "new wine" into new wineskins.

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