Parallel Verses

Daniel Mace New Testament

for she said within her self, if I do but touch his garment, I shall be cured:

New American Standard Bible

for she was saying to herself, “If I only touch His garment, I will get well.”

King James Version

For she said within herself, If I may but touch his garment, I shall be whole.

Holman Bible

for she said to herself, “If I can just touch His robe, I’ll be made well!”

International Standard Version

because she had been saying to herself, "If I just touch his robe, I will get well."

A Conservative Version

For she said within herself, If only I may touch his garment, I will be healed.

American Standard Version

for she said within herself, If I do but touch his garment, I shall be made whole.

Amplified

for she had been saying to herself, “If I only touch His outer robe, I will be healed.”

An Understandable Version

For she had said to herself, "If I can just touch His robe, I will be healed."

Anderson New Testament

For she said within herself: If I may only touch his mantle, I shall be saved.

Bible in Basic English

Because, she said to herself, if I may but put my hand on his robe, I will be made well.

Common New Testament

For she said to herself, "If I only touch his garment, I shall be made well."

Darby Translation

for she said within herself, If I should only touch his garment I shall be healed.

Godbey New Testament

For she continued to say within herself, If I may only touch His garment, I will be saved.

Goodspeed New Testament

For she said to herself, "If I can just touch his cloak, I will get well."

John Wesley New Testament

For she said within herself, if I but touch his garment, I shall be whole.

Julia Smith Translation

For she said in herself, If I should only touch the hem of his garment, I shall be saved.

King James 2000

For she said within herself, If I may but touch his garment, I shall be whole.

Lexham Expanded Bible

for she said to herself, "If only I touch his cloak I will be healed."

Modern King James verseion

For she said within herself, If only I shall touch His robe, I will be whole.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

For she said in herself, "If I may touch but even his vesture only I shall be safe."

Moffatt New Testament

what she said to herself was this, "If I can only touch his robe, I will recover."

Montgomery New Testament

For she said to herself, "If only I can touch his cloak, I shall be cured."

NET Bible

For she kept saying to herself, "If only I touch his cloak, I will be healed."

New Heart English Bible

for she said within herself, "If I just touch his garment, I will be made well."

Noyes New Testament

For she said within herself, If I only touch his garment, I shall be made well.

Sawyer New Testament

for she said within herself, If I can only touch his garment I shall be cured.

The Emphasized Bible

For she kept saying within herself, - If only I touch his mantle, I shall be made well!

Thomas Haweis New Testament

for she said within herself, If I only touch his garment, I shall be cured.

Twentieth Century New Testament

"If I only touch his cloak," she said to herself, "I shall get well."

Webster

For she said within herself, If I may but touch his garment, I shall be whole.

Weymouth New Testament

for she said to herself, "If I but touch His cloak, I shall be cured."

Williams New Testament

For she kept saying to herself, "If I can only touch His coat, I will get well."

World English Bible

for she said within herself, "If I just touch his garment, I will be made well."

Worrell New Testament

for she was saying within herself, "If I only touch His garment, I shall be made well."

Worsley New Testament

for she said within herself, If I can but touch his garment, I shall be cured.

Youngs Literal Translation

for she said within herself, 'If only I may touch his garment, I shall be saved.'

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
For
γάρ 
Gar 
for, , not tr
Usage: 825

λέγω 
Lego 
Usage: 1045

ἐν 
En 
in, by, with, among, at, on, through,
Usage: 2128

ἑαυτοῦ 
heautou 
Usage: 249

If
ἐάν 
Ean 
Usage: 155

I may
ἅπτομαι 
Haptomai 
Usage: 32

but
μόνον 
Monon 
only, alone, but
Usage: 62

ἅπτομαι 
Haptomai 
Usage: 32

his

Usage: 0

ἱμάτιον 
himation 
Usage: 44

References

American

Fausets

Morish

Context Readings

A Woman Healed And A Daughter Raised

20 When a woman, who had been troubled with an hemorrhage twelve years, came behind him, and touch'd the hem of his garment. 21 for she said within her self, if I do but touch his garment, I shall be cured: 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.


Cross References

Mark 5:26-33

having suffered much from several physicians, she had spent all her fortune, and instead of being any thing the better, she rather grew worse.

Luke 8:45-47

upon which Jesus said, who was it that touch'd me? they being all at a loss, what to answer, at length Peter, and the others with him, said, master, the crowd are squeezing and pressing about you, and yet you cry, "who touch'd me?"

Acts 19:12

or aprons that had touch'd his skin, to the distemper'd, they were cured, and the evil spirits came out of the possessed.

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