The Lord replied, "If you had trust as tiny as a mustard seed, you could say to this fig tree, `Be uprooted and replanted in the sea!' and it would obey you.
If one of you has a slave tending the sheep or plowing, when he comes back from the field, will you say to him, `Come along now, sit down and eat'?
No, you'll say, `Get my supper ready, dress for work, and serve me until I have finished eating and drinking; after that, you may eat and drink.'
Does he thank the slave because he did what he was told to do? No!
It's the same with you -- when you have done everything you were told to do, you should be saying, `We're just ordinary slaves, we have only done our duty.'"
On his way to Yerushalayim, Yeshua passed along the border country between Shomron and the Galil.
As he entered one of the villages, ten men afflicted with tzara`at met him. They stood at a distance
and called out, "Yeshua! Rabbi! Have pity on us!"
On seeing them, he said, "Go and let the cohanim examine you!" And as they went, they were cleansed.
One of them, as soon as he noticed that he had been healed, returned shouting praises to God,
and fell on his face at Yeshua's feet to thank him. Now he was from Shomron.