Twenty-Seventh [Chapter On] Exhortation [To] Advance [For] Rebirth
[The] Buddha told Maitreya Bodhisattva, [all] heavenly, human [beings and] others, ‘Immeasurable Life [Buddha’s] Land’s Voice-Hearers’ [and] Bodhisattvas’ meritorious virtues [and] wisdom cannot [be] stated. Moreover, that land [is] subtle [and] wonderful, peaceful [and] blissful, pure like this. Why not utmost do good, [and be] mindful [of the] naturalness of [this] path? [It is] without attachment to [the] above [and] below, [with] thorough understanding without boundaries.
Each should persevere diligently, [and] strive [to] personally seek it. [This will] definitely attain [the] surpassing [to] leave, [to be] reborn [in the] Land [Of] Peace [And] Bliss. Horizontally cutting off [the] Five Evil Paths, [with these] evil paths naturally closed. Ascending [to the] path without [an] exhaustible end, [it is] easy [to be] reborn [there], yet without [many] people [doing so].
[With] this land not gone against, naturally [are] they [by] that restrained. Why not relinquish worldly matters, [to] diligently practise [and] seek [the] path’s virtues? [This] can attain ultimately long life, [with] longevity [and] bliss not having limits.
Twenty-Sixth [Chapter On] Bodhisattvas’ Meritorious Virtues
Twenty-Eighth [Chapter On The] World’s People’s Utmost Suffering
Immeasurable Life Sūtra’s Twenty-Seventh Chapter’s Summary & Explanation