Here is my translation of Matthew 7:13-29. Please critique.
13 "Enter through the narrow gate; for broad is the gate and spacious is the way that is leading into the destruction, and many are those entering through it. 14 How narrow is the gate and how constricted is the way that is leading into the life, and few are those who are finding it!
15 "But beware of the false prophets, who are coming to y o u in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. 16 By their fruits y o u will know them truly. People do not gather clusters of grapes from thorn-plants or figs from thistles, do they? 17 So, every healthy tree bears good fruits, but a diseased tree bears bad fruits. 18 A healthy tree is not able to bear bad fruits, nor is a diseased tree able to bear good fruits. 19 Every tree that is not bearing good fruit is being cut down and being thrown into the fire. 20 So then, by their fruits y o u will know them truly.
21 "Not everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord,' will enter the reign of the heavens, rather the one who does the will of My Father in the heavens. 22 Many will say to Me in that day, 'Lord, Lord, by Your name we prophesied, and by Your name we cast out demons, and by Your name we did many deeds of power, didn't we?' 23 And then I will acknowledge to them, 'I never knew y o u; depart from Me, y o u who work lawlessness!'
24 "Therefore, everyone who is hearing these words of Mine and doing them, I will liken him to a wise man who built his house upon the rock; 25 and the rain came down and the rivers came and the winds blew and they struck that house, and it did not fall; because it had been founded upon the rock. 26 And everyone who is hearing these words of Mine and is not doing them, will be like a foolish man who built his house on the sand; 27 and the rain came down and the rivers came and the winds blew and they beat against that house, and it fell, and its fall was great."
28 And it happened, when Jesus completed these words, the crowds were being astonished at His teaching; 29 for He was teaching them with the conviction that he had authority, and not as the scribes.