Opwekking van de dochter van Jaïrus: verschil tussen versies

 
== Narratieve vergelijking ==
Onderstaande vergelijking is hoofdzakelijk gemaakt op basis van de [[NBV21]].
The following comparison table is primarily based on the [[New International Version]] (NIV) English translation of the New Testament.<ref>{{Cite web |url=https://biblehub.com/niv/ |title=Online Bible – New International Version |work=Biblehub.com |date=2011 |access-date=10 January 2021}}</ref>
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| ''Jaïrus vraagt om hulp''
| ''Jairus asks for help'' || Matthew 9:18–19
| Matteüs 9:18–19
* At MatthewMatteüs's house [9:10], a synagogue leader told Jesus: 'My daughter has just died. But come and place your hand on her, and she will live.'
* Jesus and his disciples followed him.
| MarkMarcus 5:21–24
* Jesus crossed the Sea of Galilee back, meeting a crowd.
* Synagogue leader Jairus fell at Jesus' feet and pleaded: 'My little daughter is dying. Please place your hands on her, so that she will be healed and live.'
* Jesus and a large crowd followed him and pressed around him.
| LukeLucas 8:40–42
* Jesus returned to Galilee, meeting a crowd.
* Synagogue leader Jairus fell at Jesus' feet and pleaded with him to come to his house because his only daughter (aged about 12), was dying.
* Jesus followed him, was almost crushed by crowds.
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| ''[[Genezing van de bloedvloeiende vrouw|De bloedvloeiende vrouw]]''
| ''[[Jesus healing the bleeding woman|The bleeding woman]]'' || Matthew 9:20–22
| Matteüs 9:20–22
* A woman who had been bleeding for 12 years touched Jesus' cloak, hoping to be healed.
* Jesus saw her and said: 'Take courage, daughter, your faith has healed you.'
* And from that moment the woman was healed.
| MarkMarcus 5:25–34
* A woman who had been bleeding for 12 years, and spent all she had on physicians to no avail, heard about Jesus and touched his cloak, hoping to be healed.
* Her bleeding stopped immediately and she felt it.
* The woman fell at his feet and, trembling in fear, told the truth.
* Jesus: 'Daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace and be freed from your suffering.'
| LukeLucas 8:43–48
* A woman who had been bleeding for 12 years, whom nobody could heal, touched Jesus' cloak.
* Her bleeding stopped immediately.
* Jesus: 'Daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace.'
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| MarkMarcus 5:35–37
* People came from Jairus' house, telling him: 'Your daughter is dead, why bother the teacher anymore?'
* Jesus heard them and said: 'Don't be afraid, just believe.'
* Jesus didn't let anyone follow him except Peter, James and John, the brother of James.
| LukeLucas 8:49–50
* Someone came from Jairus' house, telling him: 'Your daughter is dead. Don't bother the teacher anymore.'
* Jesus heard him and told Jairus: 'Don't be afraid; just believe, and she will be healed.'
* When Jesus arrived at Jairus' house, he didn't let anyone go in with him except Peter, James, John and the parents.
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| ''Jezus wekt dochter op''
| ''Jesus raises daughter'' || Matthew 9:23–26
| Matteüs 9:23–26
* Jesus entered synagogue leader's house and saw a noisy, flute-playing crowd.
* Jesus: 'Go away. The girl is not dead, but asleep.'
* Jesus went in, took the girl by the hand, and she got up.
* News spread throughout that region.
| MarkMarcus 5:38–43
* Jesus entered synagogue leader's house and saw a crying and wailing crowd.
* Jesus: 'Why all this commotion and wailing? The child is not dead but asleep.'
* The girl stood up and walked around (she was 12 years old).
* Jesus strictly ordered people not to tell anyone about this and to give her something to eat.
| LukeLucas 8:51–56
* All people were wailing and mourning her.
* Jesus: 'Stop wailing. She is not dead but asleep.'