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8 In l those days there was again a large crowd, and they had nothing to eat. He summoned m the disciples n and said to them, 2 “I have compassion o on the crowd, because they’ve already stayed with Me three days and have nothing to eat. 3 If I send them home hungry, p they will collapse on the way, q and some of them have come a long distance.”
4 His disciples answered Him, “Where can anyone get enough bread here in this desolate place to fill r these people?”
“Seven,” they said. 6 Then He commanded the crowd to sit down on the ground. Taking the seven loaves, He gave thanks, broke s the loaves, and kept on giving them to His disciples to set before the people. So they served the loaves to the crowd. 7 They also had a few small fish, and when He had blessed them, He said these were to be served as well. 8 They ate and were filled. Then they collected seven large baskets of leftover pieces. 9 About 4,000 men were there. He dismissed them 10 and immediately got into the boat with His disciples and went to the district of Dalmanutha. t
11 The u * Pharisees v came out and began to argue with Him, demanding of Him a sign w from heaven x to test y Him. 12 But sighing deeply in His spirit, z He said, “Why does this generation a demand a sign? * I assure you: b No sign will be given to this generation!” 13 Then He left them, got on board the boat again, and went to the other side.
16 They were discussing among themselves that they did not have any bread. 17 Aware of this, He said to them, “Why are you discussing that you do not have any bread? Don’t you understand or comprehend? Is your heart hardened? f 18 Do you have eyes, and not see, and do you have ears, and not hear? g h And do you not remember? i 19 When I broke the five loaves for the 5,000, how many baskets full of pieces of bread did you collect?”
“Twelve,” they told Him.
“Seven,” they said.
21 And He said to them, “Don’t you understand yet?” j
22 Then they came to Bethsaida. k They brought a blind l man to Him and begged Him to touch him. 23 He took the blind man by the hand and brought him out of the village. Spitting m on his eyes and laying His hands on n him, He asked him, “Do you see anything?”
24 He looked up and said, “I see people—they look to me like trees walking.” o
27 Jesus s went out with His disciples to the villages of Caesarea Philippi. And on the road He asked His disciples, “Who do people say that I am?”
30 And He strictly warned x them to tell no one about Him.
31 Then y He began to teach them that the * Son of Man z must suffer many things and be rejected a by the elders, b the * chief priests, and the * scribes, c be killed, and rise d after three days. e 32 He was openly talking about this. So Peter took Him aside and began to rebuke Him.
34 Summoning the crowd along with His disciples, He said to them, “If anyone wants to be My follower, he must deny himself, h take up his cross, i and follow Me. j 35 For whoever wants to save k his * life will lose it, l but whoever loses m his life n because of Me o and the gospel p will save it. q 36 For what does it benefit r a man to gain s the whole world t yet lose u his life? v 37 What can a man give in exchange for his life? w 38 For whoever is ashamed x of Me and of My words y in this adulterous and sinful z generation, a the Son of Man will also be ashamed of him when He comes in the glory b of His Father c with the holy d angels.” e
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