Treasury of Scripture Knowledge


Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils: freely ye have received, freely give.

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Bible References


Matthew 10:1
Jesus then called His twelve apostles [see next verse] to Him and gave them authority to drive out evil spirits and to heal all kinds of diseases and illnesses.
Mark 16:18
they will pick up snakes [i.e., without being harmed]; and if they happen to drink anything poisonous, it will not harm them; they will place hands on sick people [i.e., with prayer] and they will be healed."
Luke 10:9
and heal the sick people who live there. Say to them, 'The kingdom of God has come near to you.'
Acts 4:9
if we are being questioned today concerning how this man with a serious handicap was made completely well,
Acts 5:12
And many [miraculous] signs and wonders were performed through the apostles' hands in front of the people. And all [the disciples] were united together in "Solomon's Portico" [See 3:11].

Freely ye

Acts 3:6
But instead, Peter said, "I do not have any money [i.e., silver or gold], but I will give you what I do have. In the name of Jesus from Nazareth [i.e., by His authority], get up and walk."
Acts 8:18
Now when Simon saw that through the placing of the apostles' hands [on people] the Holy Spirit was given [Note: The fact that Simon "saw" something happen suggests it was supernatural and therefore highly desirable by Simon], he offered to pay them money [for this power],
Acts 20:33
[You know that] I had no greedy desire for anyone's silver, gold or clothing.

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Luke 9:2
And He sent them out to preach the [coming] kingdom of God and to heal sick people.