|Overview - Luke 8|
|1||Women minister unto Christ of their substance.|
|4||Christ, after he had preached from place to place, attended by his apostles, propounds the parable of the sower,|
|16||and the candle;|
|19||declares who are his mother, and brethren;|
|22||rebukes the winds;|
|26||casts the legion of devils out of the man into the herd of swine;|
|37||is rejected of the Gadarenes,;|
|43||heals the woman of her bloody issue;|
|49||and raises from death Jairus's daughter.|
Luke 8:45 (King James Version)
And Jesus said, Who touched me? When all denied, Peter and they that were with him said, Master, the multitude throng thee and press thee, and sayest thou, Who touched me?
- "Not that he was ignorant who had touched him," says Epiphanius, "but that he might not be himself the divulger of the miracle, and that the woman, hearing the question, and drawing near, might testify the singular benefit she had received, and that, in consequence of her declaration, she might presently hear from his lips, that her faith had saved her; and by this means, others might be excited to come and be healed of their disorders."
- the multitude
- 9:13 Mark 5:30-32