Luke 7:7

Overview - Luke 7
Christ finds a greater faith in the centurion, a Gentile than in any of the Jews;
10 heals his servant, being absent;
11 raises from death the widow's son at Nain;
18 answers John's messengers with the declaration of his miracles;
24 testifies to the people what opinion he held of John;
31 inveighs against the Jews, who with neither the manners of John nor of Jesus could be won;
36 and suffering his feet to be washed and anointed by a woman who was a sinner, he shows how he is a friend to sinners, to forgive them their sins, upon their repentance.
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Luke 7:7  (King James Version)
Wherefore neither thought I myself worthy to come unto thee: but say in a word, and my servant shall be healed.

4:36 5:13 Exodus 15:26 ; Deuteronomy 32:39 ; 1 Samuel 2:6 ; Psalms 33:9 ; 107:20 Mark 1:27