Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

And Jesus rebuked the devil; and he departed out of him: and the child was cured from that very hour.

Bible References

Rebuked

Matthew 12:22
Then they brought to him a demoniac, who was both blind and dumb: and he cured him so effectually, that he recovered both his speech and his sight;
Mark 1:34
and he healed many that were variously affected with diseases, and cast out many demons, not allowing them to say that they knew him.
Mark 5:8
(for Jesus had said to him, "come out of the man, thou impure spirit.")
Mark 9:25
Jesus observing the people came crowding to him, rebuked the evil spirit, saying, thou dumb and deaf spirit come out of the child, never to enter more, it is I command it.
Luke 4:35
but Jesus rebuk'd him, saying, be dumb, and come out of him. upon which the demon threw him down in the midst of the assembly, and came out, without doing him any harm.
Luke 8:29
for he had commanded the impure spirit to quit the man, he had so long possessed: who, tho' bound in chains, and fastned with fetters, broke thro' all restraints, and was hurry'd by the demon into the desarts.
Luke 9:42
as the child was advancing, the demon threw him down, into convulsions: but Jesus rebuked the impure spirit, cured the child, and delivered him to his father.
Acts 16:18
this she did for several days, till Paul tir'd with it turn'd about, and said to the spirit, in the name of Jesus Christ I command you to quit her; and instantly he came out.
Acts 19:13
Upon this, certain vagabond Jews, who were exorcists, pretended to cure demoniacs by pronouncing the name of the Lord Jesus: their form being this, "I adjure you by Jesus whom Paul preaches."

From

Matthew 9:22
but Jesus turned about, and looking upon her, said, daughter lay aside your fears, thy faith hath cured thee: and the woman was cured from that instant.
Matthew 15:28
then Jesus answered her, O woman, great is thy faith: as you desire, be it done. and her daughter was healed from that very hour.
John 4:52
then he enquired of them the hour when he began to mend: and they answered, yesterday at the seventh hour the fever left him.