Is not My word like fire—this is the Lord Yahweh’s declaration—and like a hammer that pulverizes rock? Jer. 23:29
The Heavens and the Earth shall pass away, yet, my words shall not pass away. Luke 21:33
The grass dries up, and the bloom withers, and our God's Word endures to forever. 1 Pet. 1:25
The High Priest: I demand of you by the Living God, Jesus of Nasareth, that you tell us that you are the Messiah, The Son of God.
Jesus: You said it. But I say to you, that, from this hour, you will see the Son of Man sitting sittande at the Right of the Power on Hight and comming on the cloud of the Heavens.
(Aramaic as language, from "The Passion")
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The following books do not belong to the East Aramaic, by reason that thy were not delivered by the Apostles: 2 Peter, 2nd & 3rd John, Jude and Revelation, yet, I will translate these from the West Aramaic, later. Revelation is a special book, even if it doesn't belong to the East Aramaic text..
1. Matthew is translated, and also available in the correct written form, without chapter and verses.
The books of the New Testament were first written down in Aramaic (Peshitta), of the East, and were then shortly translated into Greek.
In Matthew 26:6, the Aramaic word "GRBA" was translated to "leper" instead of "potter". The word can mean either one depending upon the semi- vokals. View more at Evidence, here above.
The oldest text was used to this English text by the translator of the web-site above, one of the East Aramaic NT is the Khabouris Codex from 164 AD.
This is an easy reading version, edited by me through cooperation with the translator. Check out "Evidence".
That which reveals in East Peshitta - the original text of NT - is the Living Word that whas given by the Holy Spirit's inspiration and guidance:
But when The Spirit of Truth has come, He will guide you in all The Truth. For He will not speak from His Soul’s thoughts, but rather all that He will hear, that One will speak, and He will make the future known to you.
1 John 2:27
And also, you, if The Anointing, which you received from Him, remains with you, you do not need that a man teach you, but rather, as The Anointing that is from God is teaching you about everything...
2 Tim 3:16
All Scripture that is written by The Spirit is useful for teaching, reproof, correction, and instruction in righteousness...