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    Section XI.

    [1] [Arabic, p. 42] 814

    814 Matt. vii. 28.

    And when Jesus finished these sayings, the multitudes were astonished [2] at his teaching; 815

    815 Matt. vii. 29.

    and that because he was teaching them as one having authority, not as their scribes and the Pharisees.

    [3] 816

    816 Matt. viii. 1.

    And when he descended from the mountain, great multitudes followed him.

    [4] 817

    817 Matt. viii. 5a; Luke vii. 2.

    And when Jesus entered Capernaum, the servant of one of the chiefs was in an [5] evil case, and he was precious to him, and he was at the point of death818

    818 Luke vii. 3.

    And he [6] heard of Jesus, and came to him with the elders of the Jews; 819

    819 Matt. viii. 5b; Matt. viii. 6.

    and he besought him, and said, My Lord, my boy is laid in the house paralysed,820

    820 i.e., so as to be unable to walk.

    and he is suffering grievous [7] torment821

    821 Luke vii. 4b.

    And the elders urgently requested of him, and said, He is worthy that [8] this should be done unto him:  822

    822 Luke vii. 5.

    for he loveth our people, and he also built the synagogue [9, 10] for us.  823

    823 Matt. viii. 7.

    Jesus said unto him, I will come and heal him.  824

    824 Matt. viii. 8.

    That chief answered and said, My Lord, I am not worthy that my roof should shade thee; but it sufficeth [11] that thou speak a word, and my lad shall be healed825

    825 Luke vii. 8.

    And I also am a man in obedience to authority, having under my hand soldiers:826

    826 Or, bodies of soldiers.

      and I say to this one, Go, and he goeth; and to another, Come, and he cometh; and to my servant that he do this, [12] and he doeth it827

    827 Luke vii. 9a.

    And when Jesus heard that, he marvelled at him,828

    828 Or, it.

    and turned and said unto the multitude that were coming with him, 829

    829 Matt. viii. 10b.

    Verily I say unto you, I have [13] not found in Israel the like of this faith830

    830 Matt. viii. 11.

    I say unto you, that many shall come from the east and the west, and shall recline with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob [14] [Arabic, p. 43] in the kingdom of heaven831

    831 Matt. viii. 12.

    but the children of the kingdom shall be cast [15] forth into the outer darkness:  and there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.  832

    832 Matt. viii. 13.

    And Jesus said to that chief, Go thy way; as thou hast believed, so shall it be unto thee.  [16] 833

    833 Luke vii. 10.

    And his lad was healed in that hour.  And that chief returned to the house and found that sick servant healed.

    [17] 834

    834 Luke vii. 11.

    And the day after, he was going to a city called Nain, and his disciples with him, [18] and a great multitude.  835

    835 Luke vii. 12.

    And when he was come near the gate of the city, he saw a crowd836

    836 Lit. company.

    accompanying one that was dead, the only son of his mother; and his mother was a widow:  and there was with her a great multitude of the people of the [19] city.  837

    837 Luke vii. 13.

    And when Jesus saw her, he had compassion on her, and said unto her, Weep [20] not.  838

    838 Luke vii. 14.

    And he went and advanced to the bier, and the bearers of it stood still; and [21] he said, Young man, I say unto thee, Arise.  839

    839 Luke vii. 15.

    And that dead man sat up and began [22] to speak; and he gave him to his mother.  840

    840 Luke vii. 16.

    And fear came on all the people:  and they praised God, and said, There hath risen among us a great prophet:  and, God [23] hath had regard to his people.  841

    841 Luke vii. 17.

    And this news concerning him spread in all Judæa, and in all the region which was about them.

    [24] 842

    842 Matt. viii. 18.

    And when Jesus saw great multitudes surrounding him, he commanded them to [25] depart to the other side.  843

    843 Luke ix. 57a; Matt. viii. 19.

    And while they were going in the way, there came one of the scribes and said unto him, My Master, I will follow thee whithersoever thou [26] goest.  844

    844 Matt. viii. 20.

    Jesus said unto him, The foxes have holes, and the birds of the heaven have [27] nests; but the Son of man hath not a place in which to lay his head.  845

    845 Luke ix. 59.

    And he said unto another, Follow me.  And he said unto him, My Lord, suffer me first to go and [28] bury my father846

    846 Luke ix. 60.

    Jesus said unto him, Leave the dead to bury their dead; but thou, [29] follow me and preach the kingdom of God847

    847 Luke ix. 61.

    And another said unto him, I will follow [Arabic, p. 44] thee, my Lord; but first suffer me to go and salute my household and [30] come.  848

    848 Luke ix. 62.

    Jesus said unto him, There is no one who putteth his hand to the plough849

    849 Lit. plough of the yoke.

    and looketh behind him, and yet is fit for the kingdom of God.

    [31] 850

    850 Mark iv. 35; Luke viii. 22d.

    And he said to them on that day in the evening, Let us go over to the other side [32] of the lake; and he left851

    851 cf., e.g., at § 17, 19, § 23, 16, where the same Arabic and Syriac word is used; cf. also the ambiguity of the Greek (R.V. has left).

    the multitudes.  852

    852 Mark iv. 36a; Luke viii. 22b.

    And Jesus went up and sat in the ship, [33] he and his disciples, and there were with them other ships853

    853 Mark iv. 36c; Matt. viii. 24a.

    And there occurred on the sea a great tempest854

    854 Lit. commotion.

    of whirlwind and wind, 855

    855 Luke viii. 23c.

    and the ship was on the point of [34] sinking from the greatness856

    856 Or, abundance.

    of the waves.  857

    857 Mark iv. 38a.

    But Jesus was sleeping on a cushion in the stern of the ship; 858

    858 Matt. viii. 25.

    and his disciples came and awoke him, and said unto him, Our [35] Lord, save us; lo, we perish859

    859 Luke viii. 24b.

    And he rose, and rebuked the winds and the turbulence of the water, and said to the sea, Be still, for thou art rebuked; 860

    860 Mark iv. 39b.

    and the wind [36] was still, and there was a great calm.  861

    861 Mark iv. 40.

    And he said unto them, Why are ye thus [37] afraid? and why have ye no faith862

    862 Luke viii. 25b.

    And they feared greatly.863

    863 The last clause belongs in the Greek to verse 41.

      And they marvelled, and said one to another, Who, think you, is this, who commandeth also the wind and the waves and the sea, and they obey him?

    [38] 864

    864 Luke viii. 26.

    And they departed and came to the country of the Gadarenes, which is on the [39] other side, opposite the land of Galilee865

    865 Luke viii. 27a.

    And when he went out of the ship to the land, 866

    866 Mark v. 2b; Luke viii. 27c.

    there met him from among the tombs a man who had a devil for a long time, [40] and wore no clothes, neither dwelt in a house, but among the tombs867

    867 Mark v. 3b.

    And no man was [Arabic, p. 45] able to bind him with chains, 868

    868 Mark v. 4a.

    because any time that he was bound with chains [41] and fetters he cut the chains and loosened the fetters; 869

    869 Luke viii. 29c.

    and he was snatched870

    870 Imperfect tense.

    [42] away of the devil into the desert, 871

    871 Mark v. 4b, 5a.

    and no man was able to quiet him; and at all times, in the night and in the day, he would be among the tombs and in the mountains; 872

    872 Matt. viii. 28b.

    and no man was able to pass by that way; 873

    873 Mark v. 5b.

    and he would cry out and wound himself [43] with stones874

    874 Mark v. 6.

    And when he saw Jesus at a distance, he hastened and worshipped [44] him, and cried with a loud voice and said, 875

    875 Mark v. 7a; Luke viii. 28b.

    What have we to do with thee, Jesus, [45] Son of the most high God876

    876 Mark v. 7c; Luke viii. 29a.

    I adjure thee by God, torment me not.  And Jesus commanded the unclean spirit to come out of the man:  and he had suffered877

    877 Lit. and it was for him.

    a long [46] time since the time when he came into captivity to it.  878

    878 Luke viii. 30.

    And Jesus asked him, What is thy name?  He said unto him, Legion; for there had entered into him many [47] devils879

    879 Luke viii. 31.

    And they besought him that he would not command them to depart into [48] the depths880

    880 Luke viii. 32.

    And there was there a herd of many swine, feeding in the mountain, and those devils besought him to give them leave to enter the swine; and he gave [49] them leave.  881

    881 Luke viii. 33.

    And the devils went out of the man and entered into the swine882

    882 Mark v. 13b.

    And that herd hastened to the summit and fell down into the midst of the sea, about two [50] thousand, and they were choked in the water883

    883 Luke viii. 34.

    And when the keepers saw what [51] happened, they fled, and told those in the cities and villages884

    884 Luke viii. 35.

    And the people went out to see what had happened; and they came to Jesus, and found the man whose [Arabic, p. 46] devils had gone out, clothed, modest,885

    885 cf. Syriac versions.

    seated at the feet of Jesus; and they [52] feared886

    886 Luke viii. 36.

    And they reported what they saw, and how the man was healed who had a devil, 887

    887 Mark v. 16b.

    and concerning those swine also.


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