Going on from that place, he went into their synagogue.
A man there had a shriveled hand. Looking for a reason to accuse him of something, they asked him, "Is healing permitted on Shabbat?"
But he answered, "If you have a sheep that falls in a pit on Shabbat, which of you won't take hold of it and lift it out?
How much more valuable is a man than a sheep! Therefore, what is permitted on Shabbat is to do good." Then to the man he said, "Hold out your hand." As he held it out, it
became restored, as sound as the other one.
But the P'rushim went out and began plotting how they might do away with Yeshua.
Aware of this, he left that area. Many people followed him; and he healed them all
but warned them not to make him known.
This was to fulfill what had been spoken through Yesha`yahu the prophet,
"Here is my servant, whom I have chosen, my beloved, with whom I am well pleased; I will put my Spirit on him, and he will announce justice to the Gentiles.
He will not fight or shout, no one will hear his voice in the streets;