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 31  Matt 4  48  Mark 3  51  Luke 6
    7 <And> Jesus withdrew


And he came down
      with his disciples   with them
      to the sea,    
          and stood on a level place,
24 So his fame spread        
  throughout all Syria,        
  and they brought him         
  all the sick,  

[see Mark 1:34]

  those afflicted        
  with various diseases       [see below]
  and pains,        

[see Mark 1:32]

  and paralytics,        
  and he healed* them.  

[see Mark 3:10 below]

25 And great crowds       with a great crowd 
  followed* him       of his disciples
      and a great multitude   and a great multitude
          of people
  from Galilee   from Galilee followed;*    
  and the Decapolis        
  and Jerusalem*   also from Judea*   from all Judea*
  and Judea* 8 and Jerusalem*   and Jerusalem*
      and Idumea    
  and from beyond the Jordan.   and from beyond the Jordan    
      and from about   and the seacoast
      Tyre and Sidon   of Tyre and Sidon,
      a great multitude,    
      hearing all that he did,   who
      came to him.*   came to hear him*
    9 And he told his disciples    
      to have a boat ready for him    
      because of the crowd,    
      lest they should crush him;    

[see Matt 4:24 above]

10 for he had healed* many,   and to be <cured>
      so that all who had <ailments>   of their diseases;
      pressed upon him    
      to touch him.    
    11 And whenever 18 and those who were troubled
      the unclean spirits   with unclean spirits
      beheld him,   were cured.
      they fell down before him    
      and cried out,    
      "You are the Son of God."    
    12 And he strictly ordered them    
      not to make him known.    


And all the crowd sought
          to touch him,
          for power came forth from him
          and healed them all.

Color Code
 Blue  Three texts use same vocabulary.
 Teal  Two texts use same vocabulary.
 Black   Words unique to a particular text.
   No parallel elements in this gospel.
*  Same wording, different order.
 31   Sequence in synoptic outlines
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