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73C4 miracles of Christ ~ healing the sick


73C4 miracles of Christ - healing the sick 20 works.
73C412 healing of a man born blind: Christ touches his eyes with an 'ointment' of dust and spittle 1 work.
73C414 healing of two blind men, or one (Bartimaeus), sitting near Jericho - miracles of Christ 3 works.
73C4213 Christ says to a paralytic man: 'Rise, take up your pallet (bed)' - miracles of Christ 2 works.
73C4221 a paralytic is let down through the roof of the house where Christ is preaching - miracles of Christ 4 works.
73C423 the centurion of Capernaum, kneeling before Christ, begs him to heal his paralytic servant (or son) 6 works.
73C431 a Canaanite woman kneels before Christ, asking him to heal her daughter; the metaphor of the dogs and bread - miracles of Christ 2 works.
73C435 healing of a lunatic boy - miracles of Christ 3 works.
73C452 Christ sends ten lepers to the priest - miracles of Christ 1 work.
73C4521 one leper, a Samaritan, sent to the priest by Christ, returns and kneels before him - miracles of Christ 1 work.
73C461 healing of Peter's mother-in-law 1 work.
73C462 healing of a man with a withered hand - miracles of Christ 1 work.
73C464 healing of a woman with an issue of blood: she kneels before Christ after having touched his robe - miracles of Christ 4 works.

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