Mark 6:56

56 Wherever he went, village or town or country crossroads, they brought their sick to the marketplace and begged him to let them touch the edge of his coat - that's all. And whoever touched him became well.

Mark 6:56 Meaning and Commentary

Mark 6:56

And whithersoever he entered, into villages, or cities, or
country
Whether in smaller towns, or larger cities, or the fields, where were houses, here and there one:

they laid the sick in the streets;
or "markets", in any public places:

and besought him that they but might touch the border of his
garment;
if they might not be admitted to touch his person, or he did not choose to lay his hands on them:

and as many as touched him;
or "it", the border of his garment, as they desired:

were made whole;
of whatsoever sickness, or disease, they were afflicted with; (See Gill on Matthew 14:36).

Mark 6:56 In-Context

54 As soon as they got out of the boat, word got around fast.
55 People ran this way and that, bringing their sick on stretchers to where they heard he was.
56 Wherever he went, village or town or country crossroads, they brought their sick to the marketplace and begged him to let them touch the edge of his coat - that's all. And whoever touched him became well.