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Jesus Raises Jairus's 12 yr old Daughter
Jesus Cures a Woman's 12 yrs flow of blood

Mark 5:21-24

Miracles 10 and 11: The Sacred Geometry Story

Jesus returned to Capernaum after he drowned 'about 2000' unclean spirits in the sea that entered a 'herd of pigs.' In miracle 10, Jesus cured a woman who was bleeding for 12 years. In miracle 11, Jesus raised a 12 years old maiden who just died as Jesus was coming to see her. These miracles show Jesus had the power over body and spirit, of life and death.

As soon as Jesus stepped off the boat a large crowd met him including Jairus, a synagogue leader. He said his daughter was at "the point of death" so please come to save her so that she may live. Jesus, a few disciples, Jairus, and the vast crowd left to see her. Miracle 10 happened in verse 5:27b when a woman with a flow of blood for 12 years came from behind in a crowd and touched his garment. Immediately her flow of blood dried up. Jesus said, "Daughter, your faith has saved you, underlead into peace, be healed of your scourge." The gematria diagram shows the woman was possessed by an unclean spirit. Because of her scourge she could not have children and bring life into the world.

While Jesus was speaking, some men came to tell Jairus his daughter had died and not to bother "the teacher." Jesus overheard "the word" and told Jairus "don't be afraid, only believe." Jesus only allowed three disciples, Jairus, and the mother to follow him into the house. Jesus cast everone else out and said "the child is not dead but sleeps." Jesus performed miracle 11 in verse 5:41b when he held the hand of the dead child and said "Talitha coum." Immediately the little-maid arose and walked around because she was of 12 years. (The child was almost of marriage age to bring new life into the world). Jesus told the parents that nobody should know he raised their dead child to life. (If the authorities heard about it, he would be called the Messiah and arrested before he could finish his ministry). He said to give her something to eat.

The Setting: The city of the 'other side' (per Matt., Capernaum), and a house inside that city.

The Characters: Jesus, the twelve disciples, a large crowd, a synagogue leader called Jairus, at least two of his unnamed followers, at least two unnamed disciples, a woman called "daughter" possessed by an unclean spirit for twelve years, some healers, the twelve year old daughter of Jairus possessed by an unclean spirit, the girl's mother, Simon, James, and John.

The Signs of objects used in the two stories: the boat, the sea, a twelve year flow of blood, the garments of Jesus, a scourge, the truth, a fountain of blood, something to eat.

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