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Mark 4:35-41

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4:35 And he says to them in that the day had become an evening, "Let us come through into the other side."
4:36 And leaving the crowd, ...
  they get beside him, like he was in the boat, ...
  And other little boats were with him.
4:37 And a great whirlwind of wind happened.
  And the waves cast into the boat so that already the boat was being filled.
4:38 And he was in the stern on the pillow sleeping down.
  And they raise him and say to him, "Teacher, does it not matter to you that we are perishing?"
4:39 And having been roused, he rebuked the wind, and he spoke to the sea.
  "Be Still, Be Silenced!"
  And the wind died away.
  And there was a great calm.
4:40 And he said to them ... "Why are you cowardly?"
  "Not yet are you having belief?"
4:41 And they were afraid, a great fear.
  And they said to one another, ... "Who then this is, ..."
  "that even the wind and the sea obey him?"

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