Mark 11:1 When they be near unto Jerusalem, Bethphage, Bethany , and the Mount of Olives, He sent two of His disciples. 11:2 He says to them, ”Go into the town directly opposite you. Shortly, entering into her you will find a colt tied, upon which no man sat. Loose him, lead away. 11:3 If anyone should ask you, ’what you do, this thing’, say that his Lord has business, and immediately he will send here.” 11:4 They have gone and have found the colt tied to the gate outside upon the fork in the road and they loosed him. 11:5 Some standing there say to them, ”What you do loosing the colt”? 11:6 They have said to them just as Jesus had commanded them and they let them go. 11:7 They have gone with the colt to Jesus. They threw their robes upon him and He sat on them. 11:8 Their abundant robes were thrown onto the road. More, branches were cut down from the trees and spread onto the road. 11:9 They go before, and they following, they cried out saying, ”Hosanna, He blesses, He that comes in the name of the Lord. 11:10 Blesses the coming Kingdom in the name of the Lord of our father David”. 11:11 Jesus has entered Jerusalem and into the temple. He looked thoroughly around. The hour is already evening. He has gone out into Bethany with the twelve. 11:12 On the morrow they having come out of them from Bethany, they hungered. 11:13 He having seen a fig tree from a distance having leaves, He has come therefore that He will find some on her. He having come, has got nothing if not leaves. It is not the season of figs. 11:14 Jesus concluded, He has said to her, “No more from you, any man to eat fruit into the age”. The disciples heard Him. 11:15 They came into Jerusalem. Jesus having entered into the temple He began to drive out those selling and buying in the temple. The tables of the coin dealers and the seats of those selling doves were over turned. 11:16 Not He left so that no one could bear goods through the temple. 11:17 He taught them saying, ”Not it written that my house will be called a House of Prayer to all the Gentiles? You made him a den of robbers”! 11:18 The scribes and high priests heard. They plot how they will destroy Him. They fear Him therefore that all the multitude be amazed at His instruction. 11:19 When late in the day it has come to pass He departed from the city. 11:20 At dawn they pass by, they have seen the fig tree withered away from the roots. 11:21 And he remembering, Peter says to Him, ”Rabbi, behold the fig tree which you cursed is withered.”. 11:22 Jesus answered , He says to them, “Have conviction of God. 11:22 Amen I say to you that whosoever should say to this mountain, ’be lifted up and thrown into the sea’ and not he should doubt in his heart but would have faith. That which he says will become to him, whatsoever he should say. 11:24 Through this thing I say to you, ‘All that whithersoever they pray, you ask trusting that you receive and it will be to you. 11:25 And whenever you may stand praying, forgive. If any man you have anything against. So that you Father in the heavens may forgive you, your offenses. 11:26 But if you not forgive, your Father in the heavens will not forgive your offenses’”. 11:27 They come again to Jerusalem and in the temple walking by Himself, He come to him- the high priests and scribes and the elders. 11:28 And they say to HIM, “In what sort of authority, you do these things? Who gave you this authority, so that you may do these things”? 11:29 But Jesus responding has said to them, “I will ask you one thing and to me you answer, and I will speak to you in what authority I do these things. 11:30 The baptism of John, is it from heaven or from men? Answer me. 11:31 They reason to themselves. They saying, ”If we might say from heaven, He will say’ Why then not you believed him’? 11:32 If we should say from man, they feared the whole people. Therefore they hold that John really is a prophet”. 11:33 They responding to Jesus say, “We not know”. And Jesus responding to them says, “Neither I say to you by what sort of authority I do these things”.