Father, Forgive Them For They Know Not What They Do (Luke 23:32-34)


Luke 23:32-34 from the New Testament translated into Marathi by R H Kelkar


6 responses to “Father, Forgive Them For They Know Not What They Do (Luke 23:32-34)

  1. Jaikidada Sukhadeve

    Thanks kelkar Brother ……..

  2. nilesh yoseph khandagale

    palak saheb,yeshuche shevtache 7 shabd marathi madhun takavi hi namra vinanti

    • Prof R R Kelkar

      Dear Nilesh,
      Please visit my web site biblemarathi.wordpress.com – there you can read everything in Marathi.
      Ranjan Kelkar

  3. Please give me the details of “Father, forgive them for they known not what they do” in Marathi in details.

    • Prof R R Kelkar

      Dear Rajiv,
      Thank you for your comment.
      The prayer of Jesus, “Father, forgive them…” was a fulfillment of the prophecy in Isaiah 53:12 which said. “For he bore the sin of many, and made intercession for the transgressors.”
      Jesus’ prayer was offered for those who were responsible for putting him to death on the cross. The Roman soldiers were unaware that he was the Son of God and they were just obeying orders. The Jews knew that he was innocent, but did not know that he was indeed the Messiah.
      What this means for all of us today is that we should pray even for our enemies, ask God to forgive them and to give them wisdom, and we should also ask God to forgive us for our own sinful acts both thoughtful and thoughtless.
      If you have more questions, feel free to ask. I will try to answer.
      Prayers and regards,
      Ranjan Kelkar

    • Prof R R Kelkar

      Please also see my new post at http://khristijeevan.wordpress.com entitled अपराध आणि क्षमा.
      Ranjan Kelkar

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