But a Samaritan, going the way [Forsooth some Samaritan, making journey], came beside him; and he saw him, and had ruth on him;
and came to him, and bound together his wounds, and poured in oil and wine [pouring in oil and wine]; and laid him on his beast, and led him into an hostelry, and did the care of him.
And another day he brought forth two pence, and gave to the hosteler, and said, Have the care of him; and whatever thou shalt give over, I shall yield to thee, when I come again.
Who of these three, seemeth to thee, was neighbour to him, that fell among [the] thieves?
And he said, He that did mercy into him. And Jesus said to him, Go thou, and do thou in like manner. [+And he said, He that did mercy on him. And Jesus saith to him, Go thou, and do on like manner.]
And it was done, while they went, he entered into a castle; and a woman, Martha by name, received him into her house. [Forsooth it was done, while they went, and he entered into some castle; and some woman, Martha by name, received him into her house.]
And to this was a sister, Mary by name, which also sat beside the feet of the Lord, and heard his word.
But Martha busied about the oft service. And she stood, and said, Lord, takest thou no keep, that my sister hath left me alone to serve? therefore say thou to her, that she help me. [+Forsooth Martha busied about much service. The which stood, and said, Lord, is it not of charge to thee, that my sister left me alone to minister? therefore say to her, that she help me.]
And the Lord answered, and said to her, Martha, Martha, thou art busy, and art troubled about full many things;
but one thing is necessary. Mary hath chosen the best part [Mary hath chosen the better part], which shall not be taken away from her.