Jesus 8880 Icon  > The Sea of Galilee Home > Glossary of Signs > TOC > Mark > Mk 7 > The Syrophoenician Woman > Mark 7:24-30

| 24a 24b 24c | 25a 25b 25c | 26a 26b 26c | 27a 27b | 28a 28b | 29a 29b | 30a 30b |

7:24 And having risen from there he departed into the borders of Tyre, ...
  And having entered into a house he wanted nobody to know, ...
  and not was he able to escape notice.
7:25 Then immediately a woman heard about him, ...
  of whom her little daughter had an 'unclean spirit,' ...
  having come she fell before his feet.
7:26 But the woman was a Greek, a Syrophoenician by breed, ...
  and she was asking him, ...
  if he might cast the demon out from her daughter.
7:27 And he said to her, ... "First allow the boys to be satisfied, ...
  for it is 'not ideal' to take the 'boy's bread' and cast it to the 'little dogs.' "
7:28 The yet she answered and says to him, ... "Lord! ...
  and the 'little dogs' down under the table eat from the crumbs of the children."
7:29 And he said to her, ... "Through this, 'the word,' underlead, ...
  has gone out from your daughter 'the demon.' "
7:30 And having departed into the house of her, ...
  she found the little girl lying on the couch, and the demon having gone out.

All 8880 diagrams/illustrations, commentary, and Greek to English translations are
Copyright 1998-2018
Daniel Gleason, all rights reserved