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22耶稣转过来看见她,就说:“女儿,放心!你的信心使你痊愈了。”从那时起,那女人就好了。
22 But Jesus turned him about, and when he saw her, he said, Daughter, be of good comfort; thy faith hath made thee whole. And the woman was made whole from that hour.
22 Verse 22. Daughter, be of good comfort] θαρσειθυγατερ, Take

courage, daughter. See Clarke on Mt 9:2. The reason of this kind

speech was-Jesus, finding that virtue had proceeded from him; made

inquiry who had touched him. The woman, finding that she could

not be hid, came fearing and trembling, (Mr 5:33,) and confessed

the truth: to dispel these fears and to comfort her mind, Jesus

said, Daughter, take courage.



Thy faith hath made thee whole.] ηπιστιςσουσεσωκεσε, This

thy faith hath saved thee: i.e. thy faith in my power has

interested that power in thy behalf, so that thou art saved from

thy disorder, and from all its consequences.

See Clarke on Lu 8:46.