22nd Sunday after Pentecost

Matthew 22: 15-21 — Render therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.

Evangelical Illustrations

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English text:

At that time, the Pharisees went and consulted among themselves, how to ensnare Jesus in His speech. And they sent to Him their disciples, with the Herodians, Saying: Master, we know that Thou art a true speaker, and teachest the way of God in truth, neither carest Thou for any man, for Thou dost not regard the person of men. Tell us therefore, what dost Thou think? Is it lawful to give tribute to Caesar, or not? But Jesus knowing their wickedness, said: Why do you tempt Me, you hypocrites? Show Me the coin of the tribute. And they offered Him a penny. And Jesus saith to them: Whose image and superscription is this? They say to Him: Caesar’s. Then He saith to them: Render therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.

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Latin text:

IN illo témpore: Abeúntes pharisæi, consilium iniérunt ut cáperent Jesum in sermóne. Et mittunt ei discípulos suos cum Herodiánis, dicéntes: Magíster, scimus quia verax es, et viam Dei in veritáte doces, est non et tibi cura de áliquo: non enim réspicis persónam hóminum: dic ergo nobis, quid tibi vidétur: licet censum dare Cæsari, an non? Cógnita autem Jesus nequítia eórum, ait: Quid me tentátis, hypócritæ? osténdite mihi numísma census. At illi obtulérunt ei denárium. Et ait illis Jesus: Cujus est imágo hæc, et superscríptio? Dicunt ei: Cæsaris. Tunc ait illis: Réddite ergo quæ sunt Cæsaris, Cæsari: et quæ sunt Dei, Deo.

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