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but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.


Being imbark'd, he pass'd over, and came to his own town, where they brought a man on a bed, lying sick of the palsy: and Jesus perceiving their faith, said to the paralytic, take courage, my son, thy sins are forgiven. whereupon certain of the scribes said within themselves, this man blasphemes. read more.
and Jesus perceiving their reflections, said, why do you entertain so bad an opinion? for is it not as easy to say, thy sins are forgiven? as to say, arise, and walk? only it was fit you should know that the son of man hath power on earth to forgive sins: arise, then, said he, to the paralytic, take up thy bed, and march home. and he arose, and returned to his family. at this the multitude were amazed, and glorified God, for having communicated such power to men. As Jesus left that place, he saw one Matthew by name, sitting at the customhouse: and said to him, follow me. and he rose and followed him. and while Jesus was at table in Matthew's house, several publicans and loose people happen'd to come in, who sat down with him and his disciples. which the Pharisees observing, why, said they to his disciples, is your master so familiar with publicans and such loose people? Jesus hearing that, said to them, they that are in health don't want a physician, but they that are sick. go then and learn the meaning of that expression, "I will have mercy and not sacrifice:" for I am not come to call saints, but sinners. Then John's disciples came to him and said, why do the Pharisees, as well as we, observe so many fasts, and your disciples keep none? Jesus answer'd them, can the bride-men mourn, while the bridegroom is with them? the day indeed will come, when the bridegroom shall be taken from them, and then will be the time to fast. new cloth is never patch'd upon an old garment: for the patch will draw the garment, and rend it still worse. neither do men put new wine into old skins: if they should, the bottles will burst, so that the wine will be lost and the skins be spoil'd: but they put new wine into new skins, whereby both are preserved. Whilst he thus entertain'd them, the ruler of the synagogue came and made his address to him, saying, my daughter is upon the point of death: but come and lay thy hand upon her, and she shall live. so Jesus arose, together with his disciples, and follow'd him. When a woman, who had been troubled with an hemorrhage twelve years, came behind him, and touch'd the hem of his garment. for she said within her self, if I do but touch his garment, I shall be cured: 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. When Jesus came to the ruler's house, he found a set of flute-players and a crowd of people making a lamentable cry, and he said to them, withdraw, for the maid is not dead, but asleep. and they treated him with contemptuous laughter. but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up. the fame whereof was spread over all the country.

And when they were come to Capernaum, they that received tribute for the temple came to Peter, and said, does not your master pay tribute?

As soon as they were come to Capernaum, he entred into the synagogue, and it being the sabbath, instructed them. and they were astonished at his manner of preaching: for he spoke with an air of authority, and not as the Scribes. now there was in their synagogue a demoniack, who cried out, ah, read more.
what have we to do with thee, Jesus of Nazareth? art thou come to torment us? I know thee who thou art, the holy one of God. and Jesus threatned him, be mute, said he, and come out. and when the unclean spirit had thrown him into convulsions, with a loud cry, he came out of him. at which they were all so amazed, that they ask'd one another, what's the meaning of all this? what new doctrine is here? for he commands with authority even the unclean spirits, and they obey him. upon this his fame immediately spread abroad over all the region of Galilee. As soon as they were come out of the synagogue, they went with James and John into the house of Simon and Andrew, where Simon's wife's mother lay sick of a fever, who presently acquainted Jesus with it. and he came, and taking her by the hand, lift her up; upon which the fever immediately left her, and she served them at table. In the evening, when the sun was set, they brought to him many diseased, and several demoniacks. the whole town being assembled before the door. and he healed many that were variously affected with diseases, and cast out many demons, not allowing them to say that they knew him. On the morrow rising up, while it was yet dark, he went out, and retired into a solitary place, where he prayed. Simon, and the rest of his company, followed after him. and when they had found him, they said, the people are seeking for you. and he said unto them, let us go into the neighbouring villages, that I may preach there likewise, for that was the design of my coming. and he preached in their synagogues throughout all Galilee, and cast out demons. And there came a leper to him, who fell on his knees, and thus address'd him, "if you will, you can heal me." Jesus then mov'd with compassion, held out his hand, and touching him, said, I will, be thou healed. and while he was speaking, the leprosy left him in an instant, and he was cur'd. immediately Jesus sent him away, severely charging him, have a care, said he, how you take the least notice of this to any man: but go, show your self to the priest, and offer for your cure what Moses commanded, that this may serve as a testimony against them. but as soon as he was gone, he began freely to talk of it, and blazed it about every where, so that Jesus could not go publickly into the city any more, but stay'd in the out parts, which were not much frequented, where people came to him from every quarter.

Another time he entred into the synagogue, when a man was there who had a withered hand. the Pharisees watched Jesus, to see if he would heal him on the sabbath-day, that so they might accuse him. he said then to the man who had the withered hand, rise and stand there in the midst. read more.
and he ask'd them, is it allowed to do good, or to do mischief on the sabbath-days? to save life, or to kill? but they were very silent. then he looking with indignation at those about him, being concern'd at their disingenuous perverse temper, he said to the man, stretch out your hand, which he did, and his hand become sound. upon this the Pharisees withdrew, and immediately enter'd into a conspiracy with the Herodians to take away his life.

When he had finished this discourse to the populous audience, he entred into Capernaum, where a certain centurion had a servant whom he greatly valued, lying sick and ready to die. this centurion having heard of Jesus's fame, sent several elders of the Jews to intreat him to come, and recover his servant. read more.
accordingly they came to Jesus and earnestly pressed him, saying, he very well deserves you should do him this favour; for he loves our nation, and hath built us a synagogue at his own charge. then Jesus went with him, and when he was advanced near the house, the centurion sent some of his friends to him, saying, "Lord, don't give yourself the trouble of coming, I don't deserve you should honour my house with your presence. nor did I think myself worthy to attend you: speak but the word, and my servant shall be cured. for though I am subject to authority, I have soldiers under me: I bid one go, and he goes: I bid another come, and he comes: I bid my servant do this, and he does it." when Jesus heard this, he admired the man, and turning about, he said to the people, that followed him, I assure you, I have not met with such an instance of faith even among the Jews themselves. and they that were sent, being return'd to the house, they found the servant, who had been sick, in good health.

Jesus went therefore a second time to Cana in Galilee, where he had changed the water into wine. now a certain nobleman was there, whose son was sick at Capernaum. who having heard that Jesus was come out of Judea into Galilee, he went there to desire him to come down, and heal his son: for he was at the point of death. but Jesus said to him, except you see signs and miracles, you will not believe. read more.
the nobleman said to him, sir, pray come down before my child be dead. go thy way, said Jesus: thy son is well. and the man believed what Jesus had said to him, and went his way. as he was upon the road, his servants met him, and acquainted him, that his son was well. then he enquired of them the hour when he began to mend: and they answered, yesterday at the seventh hour the fever left him. so the father knew that it was at the very same hour, at which Jesus said to him, thy son is well. and he himself believed, and all his family.

they cross'd the sea to Capernaum: now when it was dark, Jesus was not come to them: but the sea ran high, by reason of the wind that blew hard. so when they had rowed about five and twenty, or thirty furlongs, seeing Jesus walking on the sea, and drawing nigh to the ship, they were frightned. read more.
but he said to them, it is I, be not afraid. then they readily received him into the ship: and immediately the ship was at the land whither they were bound. The day following, the people who stay'd on the other side of the sea, perceiving that there had been only that single vessel in which his disciples were embark'd, that Jesus did not embark with his disciples, but that his disciples were gone away alone: (however, there came other barks from Tiberias, nigh the place where they had eaten bread, after the Lord had given thanks.) the people likewise seeing that Jesus was not in those barks, nor his disciples, went on board them, and cross'd to Capernaum in quest of Jesus. And when they had found him on the other side of the sea, they said unto him, master, when did you arrive here?

These things said Jesus in the synagogue, as he taught in Capernaum.


Whilst he thus entertain'd them, the ruler of the synagogue came and made his address to him, saying, my daughter is upon the point of death: but come and lay thy hand upon her, and she shall live.

and he said to them, withdraw, for the maid is not dead, but asleep. and they treated him with contemptuous laughter. but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up. the fame whereof was spread over all the country.

Before he had done speaking, messengers came from the ruler of the synagogue's house, who said, "your daughter is dead, why do you give the master any further trouble?" Jesus, upon hearing that, immediately said to the ruler of the synagogue, "be not afraid, only believe." and he suffered no man to follow him, except Peter, and James, and John the brother of James: read more.
being come to the house of the ruler of the synagogue, and seeing a tumultuous crowd of people weeping and howling, at his going in he said to them, what's the meaning of this uproar, what do you weep for? the damsel is not dead, but asleep. upon which they fell a laughing: however, having turned them all out, and taking with him the father and the mother of the damsel, and those that had accompany'd him, he entred in where the damsel was lying. then taking her hand, he said to her, Talitha cumi, that is to say, damsel, arise, 'tis I command you. immediately the damsel arose, and walked, for she was twelve years of age: and they were struck with astonishment.

when the Lord saw her, he was moved with compassion for her, and said to her, don't weep. then advancing, he touch'd the bier, and the bearers standing still, he said, young man, arise, I command you. and the deceased sat up, and began to speak, and Jesus delivered him to his mother.

While he was speaking, somebody came from the ruler of the synagogue's house, who said to him, your daughter is dead; 'tis in vain to importune the master any farther. but when Jesus heard that, he said to Jairus, be not afraid: only believe, and she shall recover. being come to the house, he suffer'd nobody to go into the room with him, except Peter, John and James, and the young woman's father and mother. read more.
the company there were all in tears lamenting for her: but he said don't weep; she is not dead, but asleep. upon which, they knowing she was really dead, treated him with derision. but Jesus oblig'd them to withdraw; then grasping her hand, he said, my child, arise. immediately she came to life, and rose up: and he order'd, that something should be given her to eat. and her parents were seized with astonishment: but he charg'd them not to let the fact be known to any one.


but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.


but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.

and he that was dead came forth, his body wrapt in a winding sheet: and his face bound about with a napkin. loose him, said Jesus, and let him go.

and the deceased sat up, and began to speak, and Jesus delivered him to his mother.

but Peter turn'd them all out, and kneeled down and prayed, then turning towards the body, Tabitha, said he, arise immediately. she opened her eyes: and when she saw Peter, she sat up.

but the young man was brought in alive and well, to the joy of the whole assembly. As for us, we embark'd, and sail'd to Assos,


Whilst he thus entertain'd them, the ruler of the synagogue came and made his address to him, saying, my daughter is upon the point of death: but come and lay thy hand upon her, and she shall live.

When Jesus came to the ruler's house, he found a set of flute-players and a crowd of people making a lamentable cry, and he said to them, withdraw, for the maid is not dead, but asleep. and they treated him with contemptuous laughter. but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.


but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.


but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.


Whilst he thus entertain'd them, the ruler of the synagogue came and made his address to him, saying, my daughter is upon the point of death: but come and lay thy hand upon her, and she shall live.

When Jesus came to the ruler's house, he found a set of flute-players and a crowd of people making a lamentable cry, and he said to them, withdraw, for the maid is not dead, but asleep. and they treated him with contemptuous laughter. but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up. read more.
the fame whereof was spread over all the country.

when one of the rulers of the synagogue, Jairus by name, came, and as soon as he saw him, fell at his feet, and earnestly intreated him, saying, "my little daughter is at the last extremity, pray come and lay thy hands on her, that she may be healed, and live." so Jesus went with him, attended by a great crowd, that press'd about him. read more.
Now there was a woman, who had been affected with an hemorrhage twelve years: having suffered much from several physicians, she had spent all her fortune, and instead of being any thing the better, she rather grew worse. but having heard of Jesus; she came behind him in the crowd, and touched his garment. for said she, if I do but touch his clothes, I shall be cured. and immediately the source of her disorder was dried up: and she sensibly perceived she was healed of that indisposition. Jesus conscious of the influence he had exerted, immediately turned towards the crowd, and said, who touched my clothes? his disciples replied, you see the multitude press about you, and do you ask, who touched you? however, he looked about to see who it was. then the woman, conscious of what had been effected in her, came trembling with fear, and falling down before him, confess'd the whole truth. and he said to her, daughter, thy faith hath saved thee; go in peace, entirely freed from your indisposition. Before he had done speaking, messengers came from the ruler of the synagogue's house, who said, "your daughter is dead, why do you give the master any further trouble?" Jesus, upon hearing that, immediately said to the ruler of the synagogue, "be not afraid, only believe." and he suffered no man to follow him, except Peter, and James, and John the brother of James: being come to the house of the ruler of the synagogue, and seeing a tumultuous crowd of people weeping and howling, at his going in he said to them, what's the meaning of this uproar, what do you weep for? the damsel is not dead, but asleep. upon which they fell a laughing: however, having turned them all out, and taking with him the father and the mother of the damsel, and those that had accompany'd him, he entred in where the damsel was lying. then taking her hand, he said to her, Talitha cumi, that is to say, damsel, arise, 'tis I command you. immediately the damsel arose, and walked, for she was twelve years of age: and they were struck with astonishment. but he strictly charged them not to mention it to any one, and order'd something should be given her to eat.

Some time after, a person nam'd Jairus, a ruler of the synagogue, came to Jesus, and upon his knees desired him to come to his house: for he had an only daughter, about twelve years of age, who lay a dying. as he was on the way, the crowd press'd after him, and among the rest a woman, who had been troubled with an hemorrhage twelve years, having consum'd her whole fortune upon physicians, who could none of them cure her; she getting behind him, read more.
touched the border of his garment: and immediately her indisposition was removed. 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?" but Jesus said, somebody has touched me: for I know what influence my power has had. then the woman finding she could not conceal herself, came trembling, and kneeling down before him, confess'd before all the people, why she had touch'd him, and how she was instantly cured. but he said to her, daughter, don't be under any concern: your faith has sav'd you, go in peace. While he was speaking, somebody came from the ruler of the synagogue's house, who said to him, your daughter is dead; 'tis in vain to importune the master any farther. but when Jesus heard that, he said to Jairus, be not afraid: only believe, and she shall recover. being come to the house, he suffer'd nobody to go into the room with him, except Peter, John and James, and the young woman's father and mother. the company there were all in tears lamenting for her: but he said don't weep; she is not dead, but asleep. upon which, they knowing she was really dead, treated him with derision. but Jesus oblig'd them to withdraw; then grasping her hand, he said, my child, arise. immediately she came to life, and rose up: and he order'd, that something should be given her to eat. and her parents were seized with astonishment: but he charg'd them not to let the fact be known to any one.


While he was speaking, somebody came from the ruler of the synagogue's house, who said to him, your daughter is dead; 'tis in vain to importune the master any farther. but when Jesus heard that, he said to Jairus, be not afraid: only believe, and she shall recover. being come to the house, he suffer'd nobody to go into the room with him, except Peter, John and James, and the young woman's father and mother. read more.
the company there were all in tears lamenting for her: but he said don't weep; she is not dead, but asleep. upon which, they knowing she was really dead, treated him with derision. but Jesus oblig'd them to withdraw; then grasping her hand, he said, my child, arise. immediately she came to life, and rose up: and he order'd, that something should be given her to eat. and her parents were seized with astonishment: but he charg'd them not to let the fact be known to any one.

When Jesus came to the ruler's house, he found a set of flute-players and a crowd of people making a lamentable cry, and he said to them, withdraw, for the maid is not dead, but asleep. and they treated him with contemptuous laughter. but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up. read more.
the fame whereof was spread over all the country.

Whilst he thus entertain'd them, the ruler of the synagogue came and made his address to him, saying, my daughter is upon the point of death: but come and lay thy hand upon her, and she shall live. so Jesus arose, together with his disciples, and follow'd him.

when one of the rulers of the synagogue, Jairus by name, came, and as soon as he saw him, fell at his feet, and earnestly intreated him, saying, "my little daughter is at the last extremity, pray come and lay thy hands on her, that she may be healed, and live." so Jesus went with him, attended by a great crowd, that press'd about him.

Before he had done speaking, messengers came from the ruler of the synagogue's house, who said, "your daughter is dead, why do you give the master any further trouble?" Jesus, upon hearing that, immediately said to the ruler of the synagogue, "be not afraid, only believe." and he suffered no man to follow him, except Peter, and James, and John the brother of James: read more.
being come to the house of the ruler of the synagogue, and seeing a tumultuous crowd of people weeping and howling, at his going in he said to them, what's the meaning of this uproar, what do you weep for? the damsel is not dead, but asleep. upon which they fell a laughing: however, having turned them all out, and taking with him the father and the mother of the damsel, and those that had accompany'd him, he entred in where the damsel was lying. then taking her hand, he said to her, Talitha cumi, that is to say, damsel, arise, 'tis I command you. immediately the damsel arose, and walked, for she was twelve years of age: and they were struck with astonishment. but he strictly charged them not to mention it to any one, and order'd something should be given her to eat.

Some time after, a person nam'd Jairus, a ruler of the synagogue, came to Jesus, and upon his knees desired him to come to his house: for he had an only daughter, about twelve years of age, who lay a dying. as he was on the way, the crowd press'd after him,


when one of the rulers of the synagogue, Jairus by name, came, and as soon as he saw him, fell at his feet, and earnestly intreated him, saying, "my little daughter is at the last extremity, pray come and lay thy hands on her, that she may be healed, and live." so Jesus went with him, attended by a great crowd, that press'd about him. read more.
Now there was a woman, who had been affected with an hemorrhage twelve years: having suffered much from several physicians, she had spent all her fortune, and instead of being any thing the better, she rather grew worse. but having heard of Jesus; she came behind him in the crowd, and touched his garment. for said she, if I do but touch his clothes, I shall be cured. and immediately the source of her disorder was dried up: and she sensibly perceived she was healed of that indisposition. Jesus conscious of the influence he had exerted, immediately turned towards the crowd, and said, who touched my clothes? his disciples replied, you see the multitude press about you, and do you ask, who touched you? however, he looked about to see who it was. then the woman, conscious of what had been effected in her, came trembling with fear, and falling down before him, confess'd the whole truth. and he said to her, daughter, thy faith hath saved thee; go in peace, entirely freed from your indisposition. Before he had done speaking, messengers came from the ruler of the synagogue's house, who said, "your daughter is dead, why do you give the master any further trouble?" Jesus, upon hearing that, immediately said to the ruler of the synagogue, "be not afraid, only believe." and he suffered no man to follow him, except Peter, and James, and John the brother of James: being come to the house of the ruler of the synagogue, and seeing a tumultuous crowd of people weeping and howling, at his going in he said to them, what's the meaning of this uproar, what do you weep for? the damsel is not dead, but asleep. upon which they fell a laughing: however, having turned them all out, and taking with him the father and the mother of the damsel, and those that had accompany'd him, he entred in where the damsel was lying. then taking her hand, he said to her, Talitha cumi, that is to say, damsel, arise, 'tis I command you. immediately the damsel arose, and walked, for she was twelve years of age: and they were struck with astonishment. but he strictly charged them not to mention it to any one, and order'd something should be given her to eat.

Some time after, a person nam'd Jairus, a ruler of the synagogue, came to Jesus, and upon his knees desired him to come to his house: for he had an only daughter, about twelve years of age, who lay a dying. as he was on the way, the crowd press'd after him, and among the rest a woman, who had been troubled with an hemorrhage twelve years, having consum'd her whole fortune upon physicians, who could none of them cure her; she getting behind him, read more.
touched the border of his garment: and immediately her indisposition was removed. 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?" but Jesus said, somebody has touched me: for I know what influence my power has had. then the woman finding she could not conceal herself, came trembling, and kneeling down before him, confess'd before all the people, why she had touch'd him, and how she was instantly cured. but he said to her, daughter, don't be under any concern: your faith has sav'd you, go in peace. While he was speaking, somebody came from the ruler of the synagogue's house, who said to him, your daughter is dead; 'tis in vain to importune the master any farther. but when Jesus heard that, he said to Jairus, be not afraid: only believe, and she shall recover. being come to the house, he suffer'd nobody to go into the room with him, except Peter, John and James, and the young woman's father and mother. the company there were all in tears lamenting for her: but he said don't weep; she is not dead, but asleep. upon which, they knowing she was really dead, treated him with derision. but Jesus oblig'd them to withdraw; then grasping her hand, he said, my child, arise. immediately she came to life, and rose up: and he order'd, that something should be given her to eat. and her parents were seized with astonishment: but he charg'd them not to let the fact be known to any one.

Whilst he thus entertain'd them, the ruler of the synagogue came and made his address to him, saying, my daughter is upon the point of death: but come and lay thy hand upon her, and she shall live. so Jesus arose, together with his disciples, and follow'd him. When a woman, who had been troubled with an hemorrhage twelve years, came behind him, and touch'd the hem of his garment. read more.
for she said within her self, if I do but touch his garment, I shall be cured: 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. When Jesus came to the ruler's house, he found a set of flute-players and a crowd of people making a lamentable cry, and he said to them, withdraw, for the maid is not dead, but asleep. and they treated him with contemptuous laughter. but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up. the fame whereof was spread over all the country.


Whilst he thus entertain'd them, the ruler of the synagogue came and made his address to him, saying, my daughter is upon the point of death: but come and lay thy hand upon her, and she shall live.

but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.


While he was speaking, somebody came from the ruler of the synagogue's house, who said to him, your daughter is dead; 'tis in vain to importune the master any farther. but when Jesus heard that, he said to Jairus, be not afraid: only believe, and she shall recover. being come to the house, he suffer'd nobody to go into the room with him, except Peter, John and James, and the young woman's father and mother. read more.
the company there were all in tears lamenting for her: but he said don't weep; she is not dead, but asleep. upon which, they knowing she was really dead, treated him with derision. but Jesus oblig'd them to withdraw; then grasping her hand, he said, my child, arise. immediately she came to life, and rose up: and he order'd, that something should be given her to eat. and her parents were seized with astonishment: but he charg'd them not to let the fact be known to any one.

When Jesus came to the ruler's house, he found a set of flute-players and a crowd of people making a lamentable cry, and he said to them, withdraw, for the maid is not dead, but asleep. and they treated him with contemptuous laughter. but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up. read more.
the fame whereof was spread over all the country.

Whilst he thus entertain'd them, the ruler of the synagogue came and made his address to him, saying, my daughter is upon the point of death: but come and lay thy hand upon her, and she shall live. so Jesus arose, together with his disciples, and follow'd him.

when one of the rulers of the synagogue, Jairus by name, came, and as soon as he saw him, fell at his feet, and earnestly intreated him, saying, "my little daughter is at the last extremity, pray come and lay thy hands on her, that she may be healed, and live." so Jesus went with him, attended by a great crowd, that press'd about him.

Before he had done speaking, messengers came from the ruler of the synagogue's house, who said, "your daughter is dead, why do you give the master any further trouble?" Jesus, upon hearing that, immediately said to the ruler of the synagogue, "be not afraid, only believe." and he suffered no man to follow him, except Peter, and James, and John the brother of James: read more.
being come to the house of the ruler of the synagogue, and seeing a tumultuous crowd of people weeping and howling, at his going in he said to them, what's the meaning of this uproar, what do you weep for? the damsel is not dead, but asleep. upon which they fell a laughing: however, having turned them all out, and taking with him the father and the mother of the damsel, and those that had accompany'd him, he entred in where the damsel was lying. then taking her hand, he said to her, Talitha cumi, that is to say, damsel, arise, 'tis I command you. immediately the damsel arose, and walked, for she was twelve years of age: and they were struck with astonishment. but he strictly charged them not to mention it to any one, and order'd something should be given her to eat.

Some time after, a person nam'd Jairus, a ruler of the synagogue, came to Jesus, and upon his knees desired him to come to his house: for he had an only daughter, about twelve years of age, who lay a dying. as he was on the way, the crowd press'd after him,


but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.


but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.


women recovered their children, tho' dead, by their being raised to life again: some expired under torments, refusing to be delivered; that they might obtain a better deliverance at the resurrection.

but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.

and he that was dead came forth, his body wrapt in a winding sheet: and his face bound about with a napkin. loose him, said Jesus, and let him go.

then advancing, he touch'd the bier, and the bearers standing still, he said, young man, arise, I command you.

and came out of the graves after his resurrection, and went into the holy city, and appeared to many.


but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.


but when the company were turn'd out, he went in, and grasping her hand, the maid rose up.