Hyper-Synopsis     Parallel Texts in Matthew, Mark & Luke 

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  Greek synopsis  

 

    SHEEP  without a  SHEPHERD 
 62  Matt 9  132  Mark 6    Luke    
    32 And they went away in the boat  
      to a lonely place by themselves.  
    33 Now many saw them going,  
      and knew them,  
      and they ran there on foot  
      from all the towns,  
      and got there ahead of them.  
35* And Jesus went       
  about all the cities and villages,      
  teaching in their synagogues      
  and preaching the gospel      
  of the kingdom      
  and healing every disease      
  and every infirmity.      
    34 As he went ashore  
36 When he saw the crowds,   he saw a great throng,  
  he had compassion for them,   and he had compassion on them,  
  because they were harassed   because they were  
  and helpless,      
  like sheep without a shepherd   like sheep without a shepherd;  
      and he began to teach them  
      many things.  

*Note: Matt 9:35 is almost a verbatim repetition of Matt 4:23.

Color Code
 Teal  Two texts use same vocabulary.
 Black   Words unique to a particular text.
   No parallel elements in this gospel.
 62   Sequence in synoptic outlines
 
  prior in Matt    prior in Mark     context in Matt     context in Mark     next in Matt     next in Mark  

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