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 125  Matt 13  125  Mark 6  23  Luke 4
57 And they took offense 3 And they took offense    
  at him.   at him.    
        23 And he said to them,
          you will quote to me
          this proverb,
          `Physician, heal yourself';
          what we have heard
          you did at Capernaum,
          do here also
          in your own country."
  But Jesus said to them, 4 And Jesus said to them, 24 And he said,
          "Truly, I say to you,
  "A prophet is not   "A prophet is not   no prophet is
  without honor,   without honor,   acceptable.
  except in his own country   except in his own country   in his own country
      and among his own kin    
  and in his own house."   and in his own house."    
58 And he did not do 5 And he could do    
  many mighty works   no mighty work    
  there,   there,    
      except that    
      he laid his hands    
      upon a few sick people    
      and healed them.    
    6 And he marveled    
  because of their unbelief.   because of their unbelief.    
        25 But in truth, I tell you,
          there were many widows
          in Israel
          in the days of Elijah,
          when the heaven
          was shut up
          three years and six months,
          when there came
          a great famine;
          over all the land
        26 and Elijah was sent
          to none of them
          but only to Zarephath, 
          in the land of Sidon,
          to a woman
          who was a widow.
        27 And there were
          many lepers in Israel
          in the time
          of the prophet Elisha;
          and none of them
          was cleansed,
          but only Naaman
          the Syrian."
        28 When they heard this,
          all in the synagogue
          were filled with wrath.
        29 And they rose up
          and put him out of the city,
          and led him
          to the brow of the hill
          on which their city
          was built,
          that they might throw him
          down headlong.
        30 But passing
          through the midst of them
          he went away.

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