The Gerasene Demoniac
1 aThey came° to the other° side° of the sea°, into the country° of the Gerasenes°. 2 When He got° out of athe boat°, immediately° a man° from the tombs° bwith an unclean° spirit° met° Him, 3 and he had° his dwelling° among° the tombs°. And no°° one° was able° to bind° him anymore°, even° with a chain°; 4 because° he had often° been bound° with shackles° and chains°, and the chains° had been torn° apart° by him and the shackles° broken° in pieces°, and no° one° was strong° enough° to subdue° him. 5 Constantly°, night° and day°, he was screaming° among° the tombs° and in the mountains°, and gashing° himself° with stones°. 6 Seeing° Jesus° from a distance°, he ran° up and bowed° down° before° Him; 7 and shouting° with a loud° voice°, he *said°, “IaWhat° business do we have with each other, Jesus°, bSon° of cthe Most° High° God°? I implore° You by God°, do not torment° me!” 8 For He had been saying° to him, “Come° out of the man°, you unclean° spirit°!” 9 And He was asking° him, “What° is your name°?” And he *said° to Him, “My name° is aLegion°; for we are many°.” 10 And he [began] to implore° Him earnestly° not to send° them out of the country°. 11 Now° there was a large° herd° of swine° feeding° Inearby° on the mountain°. 12 [The demons] implored° Him, saying°, “Send° us into the swine° so° that we may enter° them.” 13 Jesus gave° them permission°. And coming° out, the unclean° spirits° entered° the swine°; and the herd° rushed° down° the steep° bank° into the sea°, about° two° thousand° [of them]; and they were drowned° in the sea°.
 aMk 5:1-17: Mt 8:28-34; Lk 8:26-37
 aMk 3:9; 4:1, 36; 5:21 bMk 1:23
 ILit What to me and to you (a Heb idiom) aMt 8:29 bMt 4:3 cLk 8:28; Ac 16:17; He 7:1
 aMt 26:53; Mk 5:15; Lk 8:30
 ILit there
14 ¶ Their herdsmen° ran° away° and reported° it in the city° and in the country°. And [the people] came° to see° what° it was that had happened°. 15 They *came° to Jesus° and *observed° the man who had been ademon-possessed° sitting° down°, bclothed° and cin his right° mind°, the very man who had had° the “dlegion°”; and they became frightened°. 16 Those° who had seen° it described° to them how° it had happened° to the ademon-possessed° man, and [all] about° the swine°. 17 And they began° to aimplore° Him to leave° their region°. 18 aAs He was getting° into the boat°, the man who had been bdemon-possessed° was imploring° Him that he might Iaccompany°° Him. 19 And He did not let° him, but He *said° to him, “aGo° home° to your people° and report° to them Iwhat° great° things° the Lord° has done° for you, and [how] He had° mercy° on you.” 20 And he went° away° and began° to aproclaim° in bDecapolis° Iwhat° great° things° Jesus° had done° for him; and everyone° was amazed°.
 aMt 4:24; Mk 5:16, 18 bLk 8:27 cLk 8:35 dMk 5:9
 aMt 4:24; Mk 5:15
 aMt 8:34; Ac 16:39
 ILit be with Him aMk 5:18-20: Lk 8:38, 39 bMt 4:24; Mk 5:15, 16
 IOr everything that aLk 8:39
 IOr everything that aPs 66:16 bMt 4:25; Mk 7:31
Miracles and Healing
21 ¶ aWhen Jesus° had crossed° over° again° in bthe boat° to the other° side°, a large° crowd° gathered° around° Him; and so He Istayed° cby the seashore°. 22 aOne° of bthe synagogue° Iofficials° named° Jairus° *came° up, and on seeing° Him, *fell° at His feet° 23 and *implored° Him earnestly°, saying°, “My little° daughter° is at the point° of death°; [please] come° and alay° Your hands° on her, so° that she will Iget° well° and live°.” 24 And He went° off° with him; and a large° crowd° was following° Him and pressing° in on Him.
 ILit was aMt 9:1; Lk 8:40 bMk 4:36 cMk 4:1
 IOr rulers aMk 5:22-43: Mt 9:18-26; Lk 8:41-56 bMt 9:18; Mk 5:35, 36, 38; Lk 8:49; 13:14; Ac 13:15; 18:8, 17
 ILit be saved aMk 6:5; 7:32; 8:23; 16:18; Lk 4:40; 13:13; Ac 6:6; 9:17; 28:8
25 ¶ A woman° who had had° a hemorrhage°° for twelve° years°, 26 and had endured° much° at the hands° of many° physicians°, and had spent° all° that she had° and was not helped° at all°, but rather° had grown° worse° 27 after hearing° about° Jesus°, she came° up in the crowd° behind° [Him] and touched° His Icloak°. 28 For she Ithought°, “If° I just° touch° His garments°, I will IIget° well.” 29 Immediately° the flow° of her blood° was dried° up; and she felt° in her body° that she was healed° of her aaffliction°. 30 Immediately° Jesus°, perceiving° in Himself° that athe power° [proceeding] from Him had gone° forth°, turned° around° in the crowd° and said°, “Who° touched° My garments°?” 31 And His disciples° said° to Him, “You see° the crowd° pressing° in on You, and You say°, ‘Who° touched° Me?’” 32 And He looked° around° to see° the woman who had done° this°. 33 But the woman° fearing° and trembling°, aware° of what° had happened° to her, came° and fell° down° before° Him and told° Him the whole° truth°. 34 And He said° to her, “Daughter°, ayour faith° has Imade° you well°; bgo° in peace° and be healed° of your caffliction°.”
 IOr outer garment
 ILit was saying IILit be saved
 aMk 3:10; 5:34
 aLk 5:17
 ILit saved you aMt 9:22 bLk 7:50; 8:48; Ac 16:36; Jm 2:16 cMk 3:10; 5:29
35 ¶ While He was still° speaking°, they *came° from the [house of] the asynagogue° official°, saying°, “Your daughter° has died°; why° trouble° the Teacher° anymore°?” 36 But Jesus°, overhearing° what°° was being spoken°, *said° to the asynagogue° official°, “bDo not be afraid° [any longer], only° Ibelieve°.” 37 And He allowed° no°° one° to accompany° Him, except° aPeter° and IJames° and John° the brother° of IJames°. 38 They *came° to the house° of the asynagogue° official°; and He *saw° a commotion°, and [people] loudly° weeping° and wailing°. 39 And entering° in, He *said° to them, “Why° make° a commotion° and weep°? The child° has not died°, but is asleep°.” 40 They [began] laughing° at Him. But putting° them all° out, He *took° along° the child’s° father° and mother° and His own companions°°, and *entered° [the room] where° the child° was. 41 Taking° the child° by the hand°, He *said° to her, “Talitha° kum°!” (which° translated° means°, “Little° girl°, aI say° to you, get° up!”). 42 Immediately° the girl° got° up and [began] to walk°, for she was twelve° years° old. And immediately° they were completely°° astounded°. 43 And He agave° them strict° orders° that no° one° should know° about this°, and He said° that [something] should be given° her to eat°.
 aMk 5:22
 IOr keep on believing aMk 5:22 bLk 8:50
 IOr Jacob; James is the Eng form of Jacob aMt 17:1; 26:37
 aMk 5:22
 aLk 7:14; Ac 9:40
 aMt 8:4
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Christ delivering the possessed of the legion of devils,
1 ¶ Andº they came overºª untoº the² other sideº of the² sea,º intoº the² countryº of the² Gadarenes.º 2 Andº when heº was comeºª out ofº the² ship,º immediatelyº there metºª himº out ofº the² tombsº a manº withº an uncleanº spirit,º 3 Whoº hadºª [his] dwellingº amongº the² tombs;º andº no manº couldºª bindºª him,º no, notº with chains:º 4 Because¹ that heº had been oftenº boundºª with fettersº andº chains,º andº the² chainsº had been plucked asunderºª byº him,º andº the² fettersº broken in pieces:ºª neitherº couldºª any² [man] tameºª him.º¹ 5 Andº always,º nightº andº day,º he wasºª inº the² mountains,º andº inº the² tombs,º crying,ºª andº cuttingºª himselfº with stones.º 6 Butº when he sawºª Jesusº afar off,ºº he ranºª andº worshippedºª him,º 7 Andº criedºª with a loudº voice,º and said,ºª What¹ have I¹ to do¹ with thee,º²²² Jesus,º [thou] Sonº of the² most highº God?º I adjureºª theeº by God,º that thou tormentºª meº not.º 8 Forº he saidºª unto him,º Comeºª out ofº the² man,º [thou] uncleanº spirit.º 9 Andº he askedºª him,º Whatº [is] thyº name?¹ Andº² he answered,ºª saying,ºª Myº nameº [is] Legion:º forº we areºª many.º 10 Andº he besoughtºª himº muchº that¹ª² he would¹ª not¹² send¹ª them¹ awayºª² out² of¹ the² country.º 11 Nowº there wasºª thereº nigh¹ unto² the² mountainsº a greatº herdº of swineº feeding.ºª 12 Andº allº the² devilsº besoughtºª him,º saying,ºª Sendºª usº intoº the² swine,º thatº we may enterºª intoº them.º
 Mt 8:28; Mk 4:35; Lk 8:26.
 Is 65:4; Mk 1:23, 26; 3:30; 5:8; 7:25; Lk 8:27; 9:42.
 Is 65:4; Dn 4:32; Mk 9:18; Lk 8:29.
 Jm 3:7.
 1K 18:28; Jb 2:7; Jn 8:44.
 Ps 66:3; 72:9; Lk 4:41; Ac 16:17; Jm 2:19.
 Gn 3:15; 1K 22:16; Ho 14:8; Mt 8:29; 16:16; 26:63; Mk 1:24; 3:11; 14:61; Lk 4:34; 8:28; Jn 20:31; Ac 8:37; 16:17; 19:13; Ro 16:20; He 2:14; 2P 2:4; 1Jn 3:8; Jde 1:6; Rv 12:12; 20:1.
 Mk 1:25; 9:25; Ac 16:18.
 Mt 12:45; 26:53; Lk 8:30; 11:21.
 Mk 3:22; 5:13.
 Lv 11:7; Dt 14:8; Is 65:4; 66:3; Mt 8:30; Lk 8:32.
 Jb 1:10; 2:5; Lk 22:31; 2Co 2:11; 1P 5:8.
they enter into the swine.
13 Andº forthwithº Jesusº gave¹ª them¹ leave.ºª² Andº the² uncleanº spiritsº went out,ºª and² enteredºª intoº the² swine:º andº the² herdº ran¹ª violently² downº a steep placeº intoº the² sea,º¹ (they² wereºª aboutº two thousand;)º andº were chokedºª inº the² sea.º 14 Andº they that fedºª the² swineº fled,ºª andº toldºª [it] inº the² city,º andº inº the² country.º Andº they went outºª to seeºª whatº it wasºª that was done.ºª 15 Andº they comeºª toº Jesus,º andº seeºª him that was possessed with the devil,ºª and hadºª the² legion,º sitting,ºª andº clothed,ºª andº in his right mind:ºª andº they were afraid.ºª 16 Andº they that sawºª [it] toldºª themº howº it befellºª to him that was possessed with the devil,ºª andº [also] concerningº the² swine.º 17 Andº they beganºª to prayºª himº to departºª out ofº theirº coasts.º 18 Andº when heº was comeºª intoº the² ship,º he that had been possessed with the devilºª prayedºª himº thatº he might beºª withº him.º 19 Howbeitº Jesusº sufferedºª himº not,º butº saithºª unto him,º Goºª home¹¹¹ to¹ thy friends,º²²²² andº tellºª themº how great thingsº the² Lordº hath doneºª for thee,º andº hath had compassionºª on thee.º 20 Andº he departed,ºª andº beganºª to publishºª inº Decapolisº how great thingsº Jesusº had doneºª for him:º andº allº [men] did marvel.ºª 21 Andº when Jesusº was passed overºª againº byº shipº untoº the² other side,º muchº peopleº gatheredºª untoº him:º andº he wasºª nigh¹ unto² the² sea.º 22 And,º behold,ºª there comethºª oneº of the² rulers of the synagogue,º Jairusº by name;º andº when he sawºª him,º he fellºª atº hisº feet,º 23 Andº besoughtºª himº greatly,º saying,ºª¹ Myº little daughterº lieth¹ at the point of death:ºª² [I pray² thee], comeºª and¹ layºª thy handsº on her,º thatº she may be healed;ºª andº she shall live.ºª 24 Andº [Jesus] wentºª withº him;º andº muchº peopleº followedºª him,º andº throngedºª him.º
 1K 22:22; Jb 1:12; 2:6; Mt 8:32; Jn 8:44; 1P 3:22; Rv 9:11; 13:5; 20:7.
 Mt 8:33; Lk 8:34.
 1S 6:20; 16:4; 1Ch 13:12; 15:13; Jb 13:11; Ps 14:5; Is 49:24; Mt 9:33; 12:29; Mk 5:4; Lk 8:35; 10:39; Col 1:13; 2Ti 1:7.
 Gn 26:16; Dt 5:25; 1K 17:18; Jb 21:14; Mt 8:34; Mk 1:24; 5:7; Lk 5:8; 8:37; Ac 16:39.
 Ps 116:12; Mk 5:7, 17; Lk 8:38; 17:15; 23:42; Php 1:23.
 Ps 66:16; Is 38:9; Dn 4:1, 37; 6:25; Jna 2:1; Jn 4:29; Ac 22:1; 26:4.
 Mt 4:25; Mk 7:31.
 Mt 9:1; Lk 8:40.
 Mt 2:11; 9:18; Mk 5:33; Lk 5:8; 8:28, 41; 13:14; Ac 10:25; 13:15; 18:8, 17; Rv 22:8.
 2S 12:15; 2K 5:11; Ps 50:15; 107:19; Mt 8:3; Mk 6:5, 13; 7:25; 9:21; 16:18; Lk 4:38, 40; 7:2, 12; 13:13; Jn 4:46; 11:3; Ac 28:8; Jm 5:14.
 Mk 3:9, 20; 5:31; Lk 7:6; 8:42, 45; 12:1; 19:3; Ac 10:38.
He healeth the woman of the bloody issue,
25 Andº a certainº woman,º which had² anº issueº of bloodº¹ª twelveº years,º 26 Andº had sufferedºª many thingsº ofº manyº physicians,º andº had spentºª all¹ that she¹ had,º²² andº was¹ª nothingº bettered,ºª butº ratherº grew¹ª worse,ºº² 27 When she had heardºª ofº Jesus,º cameºª inº the² pressº behind,º and touchedºª hisº garment.º 28 Forº she said,ºª Ifº¹ª I may touchºª but¹ hisº clothes,º I shall be whole.ºª 29 Andº straightwayº the² fountainº of herº bloodº was dried up;ºª andº she feltºª in [her] bodyº thatº she was healedºª ofº that plague.º 30 Andº Jesus,º immediatelyº knowingºª inº himselfº that virtueº had goneºª out ofº him,º turned him aboutºª inº the² press,º and² said,ºª Whoº touchedºª myº clothes?º 31 Andº hisº disciplesº saidºª unto him,º Thou seestºª the² multitudeº throngingºª thee,º andº sayest² thou,¹ª Whoº touchedºª me?º 32 Andº he looked round aboutºª to seeºª her that had doneºª this thing.º 33 Butº the² womanº fearingºª andº trembling,ºª knowingºª whatº was doneºª inº her,º cameºª andº fell down beforeºª him,º andº toldºª himº allº the² truth.º 34 Andº he² saidºª unto her,º Daughter,º thyº faithº hath made¹ª thee¹ whole;ºª² goºª inº peace,º andº beºª wholeº ofº thyº plague.º
 Lv 15:19, 25; Mt 9:20; Lk 8:43; 13:11; Jn 5:5; Ac 4:22; 9:33.
 Jb 13:4; Ps 108:12; Jr 8:22; 30:12; 51:8.
 2K 13:21; Mt 14:36; Mk 6:56; Ac 5:15; 19:12.
 Ex 15:26; Lv 20:18; 1K 8:37; Jb 33:24; Ps 30:2; 103:3; 107:20; 147:3; Mk 3:10; 5:34; Lk 7:21.
 Lk 6:19; 8:46; 1P 2:9.
 Lk 8:45; 9:12.
 Ps 30:2; 66:16; 103:2; 116:12; Mk 4:41; Lk 1:12, 29; 8:47.
 1S 1:17; 20:42; 2K 5:19; Ec 9:7; Mt 9:2, 22; Mk 10:52; Lk 7:50; 8:48; 17:19; 18:42; Ac 14:9.
and raiseth from death Jairus' daughter.
35 While¹ª heº yetº spake,ºª there cameºª fromº the² ruler of the synagogue'sº [house certain] which said,ºª¹ Thyº daughterº is dead:ºª whyº troublest² thou¹ª the² Masterº any further?º 36 ² As soon asº¹ Jesusº heardºª the² wordº that was spoken,ºª he saithºª unto the² ruler of the synagogue,º Be¹ª not¹ afraid,ºªª² onlyº believe.ºª 37 Andº he sufferedºª¹ no manº to followºª him,º saveº Peter,º andº James,º andº Johnº the² brotherº of James.º 38 Andº he comethºª toº the² houseº of the² ruler of the synagogue,º andº seethºª the tumult,º and them that weptºª andº wailedºª greatly.º 39 Andº when he was come in,ºª he saithºª unto them,º Whyº make ye this ado,ºª andº weep?ºª the² damselº is¹ª not¹ dead,ºª² butº sleepeth.ºª 40 Andº they laughed¹ª him¹ to scorn.ºª² Butº when he² had put¹ª them all¹ out,ºª² he takethºª the² fatherº andº the² motherº of the² damsel,º andº them² that were withº him,º andº entereth inºª whereº the² damselº wasºª lying.ºª 41 Andº he tookºª the² damselº by the² hand,º and saidºª unto her,º Talithaº cumi;º whichº is,ºª being interpreted,ºª Damsel,º I sayºª unto thee,º arise.ºª 42 Andº straightwayº the² damselº arose,ºª andº walked;ºª forº she wasºª [of the age] of twelveº years.º And¹ they were astonishedºª with a greatº astonishment.º 43 Andº he chargedºª themº straitlyº thatº no manº should knowºª it;º andº commandedºª that something should be givenºª herº to eat.ºª
 Mt 26:18; Mk 10:17; Lk 7:6; 8:49; Jn 5:25; 11:21, 25, 28, 32, 39.
 2Ch 20:20; Mt 9:28; 17:20; Mk 5:34; 9:23; Lk 8:50; Jn 4:48; 11:40; Ro 4:18.
 Mk 9:2; 14:33; Lk 8:51; Ac 9:40; 2Co 13:1.
 Jr 9:17; Mt 9:23; 11:17; Lk 8:52; Ac 9:39.
 Dn 12:2; Jn 11:11; Ac 20:10; 1Co 11:30; 1Th 4:13; 5:10.
 Gn 19:14; 2K 4:33; Ne 2:19; Jb 12:4; Ps 22:7; 123:3; Mt 7:6; 9:24; Lk 8:53; 16:14; Ac 17:32.
 Gn 1:3; Ps 33:9; Mk 1:31, 41; Lk 7:14; 8:54; Jn 5:28; 11:43; Ac 9:40; Ro 4:17; Php 3:21.
 Mk 1:27; 4:41; 6:51; 7:37; Ac 3:10.
 Mt 8:4; 9:30; 12:16; 17:9; Mk 1:43; 3:12; 7:36; Lk 5:14; 8:56; 24:30, 42; Jn 5:41; Ac 10:41.
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