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THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO MARK - Chapter 5 - Verse 35

Verses 35,36. Why troublest thou, etc. It seems that the people had not yet confidence that Jesus could raise the dead. He had not yet done it; and as the child was now dead, and as they supposed that his power over her was at an end, they wished no farther to trouble him. Jesus kindly set the fears of the ruler at rest, and assured him that he had equal power over the dead as the living, and could as easily raise those who had expired as those who were expiring.

{o} "is dead" Joh 5:25; 11:25

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