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6:01 After these things, Jesus departed beyond the Sea of Galilee of Tiberias.
6:02 And a great crowd was following him because they saw the signs which he did on the ill ones.
6:03 And Jesus went up into the mountain, and he was sitting there with his disciples.
6:04 And the Passover was near, the feast of the Jews.
6:05 Therefore Jesus lifted up the eyes ... and saw that a great crowd is coming before him.
  He says to Philip ... From where may we buy bread so that these ones may eat?
6:06 But he was saying this... testing him.
  For he himself knew what he was about to do.
6:07 Philip answered him ... Loaves of two hundred denarii are not enough for them ...
  so that each one may take a little [something].
6:08 One of his disciples, Andrew the brother of Simon Stone says to him ...
6:09 There is a young boy here ...
  who has five barley breads ...
  and two fish.
  But what are these into so many?
6:10 The Jesus said ... Make the men recline.
  Now there was much grass in the place ...
  therefore the men reclined ... the number, about 5000.
6:11 Therefore Jesus took the loaves ...
  and having given thanks ...
  he distributed to the ones reclining ...
  likewise, and out of the fish ... as much as they wanted.
6:12 Now when they were filled, he told his disciples ... Gather the leftover fragments ...
  so that nothing may be lost.
6:13 Therefore they gathered and they filled twelve baskets of fragments from the five loaves of barley which were leftover by the ones having eaten.
6:14 Therefore the men having seen what sign he did ...
  they were saying ... This one is truly the prophet ...
  the one coming into the world.
6:15 Jesus therefore knew that they are about to come and to seize him ...
  so that they might make him a king ...
  he departed again into the mountain, himself alone.

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