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 56  Matt 9  122  Mark 5  122  Luke 8
20 And behold, a woman 25 And there was a woman 43 And a woman
  who had suffered   who had had   who had had
  from a hemorrhage   a flow of blood   a flow of blood
  for twelve years   for twelve years,   for twelve years
    26 and who had suffered much   and could not be healed
      under many physicians,   by any one,
      and had spent     
      all that she had,    
      and was no better    
      but rather grew worse.    
    27 She had heard the reports    
      about Jesus,    
  came up behind him   and came up behind him 44 came up behind him,
      in the crowd    
  and touched the fringe   and touched   and touched the fringe
  of his garment;   his garment.   of his garment;
21 for she said to herself, 28 For she said,    
  "If I only touch his garment,   "If I touch even his garments,    
  I shall be made well."   I shall be made well."    
    29 And immediately   and immediately
      the hemorrhage ceased;   her flow of blood ceased.
      and she felt in her body    
      that she was healed    
      of her disease.    
22 Jesus 30 And Jesus, 45 And Jesus
      perceiving* in himself   [see Luke 8:46 below]
      that power had gone forth*    
      from* him,    
  turned,   immediately turned about    
      in the crowd,    
      and said,   said,
      "Who   "Who was it
      touched my garments?"   that touched me?"
          When all denied it,
    31 And his disciples said   Peter said,
      to him,   "Master,
      "You see the crowd   the multitudes surround you
      pressing around you,   and press upon you!"
      and yet you say, 46 But Jesus said,
      `Who touched me?'"   "Some one touched me;

[see Mark 5:30 above]

  for I perceive*
          that power has gone forth*
          from* me."
    32 And he looked around    
  and seeing her   to see who had done it.    
    33 But the woman, 47 And when the woman saw
      what had been done to her,   that she was not hidden,
      came in fear and trembling   she came trembling,
      and fell down   and falling down
      before him,   before him
      and told him   declared
          in the presence 
          of all the people
      the whole truth.   why she had touched him,
          and how she had been
          immediately healed.
  he said, 34 And he said to her, 48 And he said to her,
  "Take heart, daughter;   "Daughter,   "Daughter,
  your faith   your faith   your faith
  has made you well."   has made you well;   has made you well;
  And instantly        
      go in peace,    go in peace."
  the woman was made well.   and be healed     
      of your disease."    

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