The cure of Simon's mother-in-law

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Directly afterwards [i.e. from the cure of the demoniac] follows the cure of Simon Peter's mother-in-law. The interest here was trying to combine words and picture
As soon as they had left the synagogue, they came into Simon and Andrew's house; James and John were with them. The mother of Simon' wife was lying sick there, with a fever, and they made haste to tell him of her; Whereupon he went close and took her by the hand, and lifted her up. And all at once the fever left her, and she began ministering to them.
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