Healing miracles

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Two healing miracles with circumstantial details that still have the impact of witness. The man who had become crippled let through the roof of a room where Jesus was preaching, by his workmates determined to help. The man was confronted by the statement - "Your sins are fogiven you" as another unexpected element about the account. The Syro-phonecian woman was a foreignoer, intrusive and witty, determined to get help for her sick daughter. The disciples sat - more or less - give her what she wants to get rid of her: but Jesus tests her faith. She replies that the little house dogs feed on the crumbs dropped from the table of the Jews.
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