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Matthew. Mark. Luke. John.

Chap V. Chap. Viii.

Go home 39 Return to thine
to thy friends, and own house, and shew
tell them how great how great things God
things_the Lord hath hath done unto thee,
done for thee,
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fion on thee.

20 And he depart- And he went
ed, and began to pub- his way, and publish-
lifh in Decapolis, how ed throughout the
great things Jesus had whole city how great
done for him : and all things Jesus had done
men did marvel, unto him.

21 And when Jesus 40 And it came to was pasted over again pass, that when Jesus by ship unto the other was returned, the peoside, much people pic gladly received gathered unto him, him:

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were all waiting for
him.
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he was nigh unto the
sea.

them acquaint their Countrymen with the great Benefits they had recev'd from
God.

Hereupon they left him, and spread the Report of tfcat Miracle throughout all the Region of Decapolii •,' and all that heard it were fill'd with admiration.

CHAP. XXIX.

The Cure of a Woman troubled with a Flux of Blood. The restoring to Life the Daughter of Jairus. The Recovery of two blind men^ and of one dumb possessed with an evil Sprit.

AS soon asjesus was come to the Western side of the Lake of Gemefaretk,. there came thither a Multitude of People that had formerly heard him, in expectation of his Return •, and being impatient of his Delay, stood upon the Shoar to receive him at his landing. Jesiu therefore left the Vessel, and being

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come on fhoar, begjin to instruct them, and discoursed with them upon the lame Subject he was upon in that place the beginning of the fame year (as we mentibn'd, ch. 17.) namely, the method of dealing with the infirm Tempers of his Disciples i when on the sodden there came a certain Prefect of the Synagogue of; Capernaum to Jeftu^ who falling down at his feet, earnestly intreated him to go home with him, that by layingms hands upon his Daughter, he might restore her to her former Health, (he being now at the point of Death. Jefm^ mov'd with the man's Petition, began to follow him) together with his Apostles; and a great. Crowd of the People attended him, pressing upon him on all sides. Among these there was a certain Woman that bad been troubled with a Flux of Blood for

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came behind him, and touched the hem of his garment. 21 For (he said within her self, If I may but touch his garment, I shall be whole. ffi

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the woman was made whole from that hour.

jy^> 26 And had suffer-
ed many things of ma-
ny physicians, and had
spent air that (he had,
and was nothing bet-
tered, but rather grew
worse,

27 When she had
heard of Jesus,

came in the press behind, and touched his garment:

22 For she said, If I may touch but his clothes, I (hall be whole.

29 And straightway the fountain of her blood was [dried up:

and (he
felt in her body that
she was healed of
that plague.

& 30 And Jesus im-
mediatly knowing in
himself, that virtue
had gone out of him,
turned him about in
the press,

and said,
Who touched my
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twelve years, who had in vain had recourse to Physicians, having spent her Estate upon them, and made use of their Remedies without the least Amendment.

This Woman having been informs by several credible Persons, that all People werecur'dof whatsoever Infirmities they labour'd under, if they did but so much as touch his Clothes, came behind him, and touched the Hem of his Garment, not in the least doubting but (lie should be cur'd of her Disease. She had no sooner done it, but slie perceiv'd a wonderful alteration in her Body, and was perfectly curd from that very moment. Jefiu perceiv'd the Miracle, and immediately turning himfclf about in the_ midst of the Crowd thatthrong'd about him, ask'd who it

was that touch d his Coat.

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had touch'd him with any design, Peter and others of his Disciples told him they could not but wonder at his Question, since the Multitude every where press'd upon him.

But. replied Jefitt,. some person has touch'd me with design; for I perceive a Miracle hath been wrought in favour of some such person: ana looking round to see if any would own the thing, the Woman finding (lie was discover'd, began to be afraid, and falling down at the Feet of Jesus, being conscious of her Recovery, confese'd the matter before all that were then present. Jefiu turning himself to her.

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go in peace, and be whole of thy plague.

35 while he yet ijaake, there came from the ruler of the synagogues house certain which said, Thy daughter is dead, Why troubled thou the Master any further?

36" Assoon as Jcsiis heerd the word that was spoken, he faith unto the ruler of the synagogue, 'Be not afraid, only believe.

j 8 And he cometh

came into the rulers to the house of the
house, xuler of the lyna-

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j^> 37 And he suffered
no man to follow him,
save Peter, and James,
and John the brother
of James.

Luke.

Chap. vnr.

48 And he said un* to her, Daughter, be of good comfort; thy faith hath made thee whole;

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49 While he yet spake, there cometh one from the ruler os the synagogues bouse, faying to him, Thy daughter is dead; trouble not the Master.

50 But when Jesus heard it, he answered him, saying, Fear not: believe only, and she shall be made whole.

51 And when he came into the house,

he suffered no man to go in, save Peter, and James, and John,

John.

bid her be of good comfort, declaring that she had bin cur'd by reason of the high opinion she had conceiv'd or the divine Power and Beneficence, bidding her depart, assured that .he willingly consented to her Recovery.

While Jtsus yet spake, there came some Messengers from the House of the Prefect of the Synagogue unto him, to acquaint him that his Daughter was dead, and that it was to no purpose to trouble Jesus a^y farther, nor to bring him to a Carcase without any manner of hopes left. But Jesus bid the Prefect, who was in tears upon this news, not to be afraid, telling him, that if he had a just fense of the Power and Goodness of God, his Daughter should yet do well. He went on therefore towards the House, the Multitude following him \ but he permitted none 'togo into the House with him besides these three Apostles, Pncr, Jams., and John,

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