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20有一个女人,患了十二年的血漏病,她走到耶稣背后,摸他衣服的繸子,




20 ¶ And, behold, a woman, which was diseased with an issue of blood twelve years, came behind him, and touched the hem of his garment:
20 Verse 20. A woman which was diseased with an issue of blood]

γυνηαιμορρουσα. Mulier sanguinis profluvio laborans.

Significatur hoc loco, fluxus muliebris, in SANIS, menstruus; in

HAC perpetuus. It would be easy to explain the nature and

properties of the disease here mentioned; but, when it is said

that prudence forbids it, the intimation itself may be thought

sufficiently explanatory of the disorder in question. There are

some remarkable circumstances relative to this case mentioned by

St. Mark, , &c., which shall be properly noticed in the

notes on that place.



The hem of his garment] The tsitsith, or fringes,

which the Jews were commanded to wear on their garments.

See , and the note there.