Hemorrhaging Woman
A woman who hemorrhaged for twelve years and was healed by touching Jesus’ garment.
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Woman With a Flow of Blood
Woman With a Flow of Bloodwoman with a flow of blood, woman whose healing when she touched Jesus’ garment is reported in the Gospels (Mark 5:25–34; Matt. 9:20–22; Luke 8:43–48). Later tradition identifies her as ‘Veronica.’
Bible Characters, Volume 4 (Joseph and Mary–James)
the Woman with the Issue of Blood
LXXXThe Woman with the Issue of BloodOUR Lord was on His way to raise the ruler’s little daughter from the dead. Now, this woman who overtook Him on the way was not actually dead like the ruler’s little daughter, but she often wished she was, for she was worse than dead. She had tried everything for
The Eerdmans Encyclopedia of Early Christian Art and Archaeology, Volumes 1–3
Woman with the Issue of Blood
Woman with the Issue of Blood(haimorrhoussa). Biblical story. The literary context (Mk. 5:21–43 par.) in which this story is transmitted is a conflation of two separate pericopes: the raising of → Jairus’s daughter, and the touching (ἅπτομαι; see Mk. 5:28; also 3:10; 6:56b) of Jesus’ cloak by the
Encyclopedia of Ancient Christianity
Hemorrhaging Woman
HEMORRHAGING WOMAN (iconography). The scene of the healing of the woman with a hemorrhage (Mt 9:20–22; Mk 5:25–34; Lk 8:43–48), which alludes to the profound sentiment of faith felt by Christians toward Christ’s thaumaturgical divinity, is often confused, in figurative art, with that of the Canaanite
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
WOMAN WITH FLOW OF BLOOD [γυνή ἐν ῥύσει αἵματος gynē en rhysei haimatos]. A woman in the Synoptic Gospels healed from a chronic bleeding condition (Matt 9:20–22; Mark 5:24b–34; Luke 8:42b–48).Each Synoptic Gospel splices the bleeding woman’s story into a narrative about a dying daughter: a synagogue
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