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Healing The Man At The Pool





There was a festival of the Jews in Jerusalem, and Jesus went there. In
Jerusalem there is a pool beside the sheep gate. In Hebrew it is called,
Bethesda. It has five porches, and a crowd of people who were sick,
blind, lame or helpless were lying there, waiting for the water to move,
for an angel of the Lord went down into the pool at certain times and
stirred the water; and the first person who stepped into the water after
it was stirred was made well, no matter what disease he had.

One man was there who had been ill for thirty-eight years. Jesus saw him
lying there, and knew that he had been ill for a long time; and he said
to him, "Do you want to be made well?" The sick man answered, "Sir, I
have no one to put me in the pool when the water is stirred, and while I
am getting in, some one else steps in before me." Jesus said to him,
"Arise, take up your bed, and walk." Immediately the man was made well,
and he took up his bed and walked.





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