And he set on her his hands, and at once she stood upright [And he put to her the hands, and anon she was raised], and glorified God.
And the prince of the synagogue answered, having disdain for Jesus had healed in the sabbath; and he said to the people, There be six days, in which it behooveth to work; therefore come ye in these [therefore come in these], and be ye healed, and not in the day of sabbath.
But the Lord answered to him, and said, Hypocrite, whether each of you untieth not in the sabbath his ox, or ass, from the feed-trough, and leadeth to water? [+Forsooth the Lord answering to him said, Hypocrite, whether each of you in the sabbath untieth not his ox, or his ass, from the cratch, or stall, and leadeth to water?]
Behooved it not this daughter of Abraham, whom Satan hath bound, lo! eighteen years, to be unbound of this bond in the day of sabbath?
And when he said these things, all his adversaries were ashamed, and all the people joyed in all things, that were gloriously done of him.
Therefore he said, To what thing is the kingdom of God like? and to what thing shall I guess it to be like?
It is like to a corn of mustard seed, which a man took, and cast into his garden [cast into his yard]; and it waxed, and was made into a great tree, and fowls of the air rested in the branches thereof.
And again he said, To what thing shall I guess the kingdom of God like?
It is like to sourdough, that a woman took, and hid it in three measures of meal, till all were soured. [+It is like to sourdough, which taken, a woman hid in three measures of meal, till it were all soured.]
And he went by cities and castles, teaching and making journey into Jerusalem.
And a man said to him, Lord, if there be few, that be saved? And he said to them,