Jairus' daughter

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Jairus, who was a synagogue official, had a daughter who was sick. Jairus kneeled down and worshiped Jesus and asked Jesus to heal Jairus' daughter.

Jesus traveled to Jairus' house with his companions, gathering a large crowd.

While He was saying these things to them, a ruler (synagogue official) entered [the house] and kneeled down and worshiped Him, saying, My daughter has just now died; but come and lay Your hand on her, and she will live. Jesus got up and began to accompany the ruler, with His disciples.

— Matthew 9:18–9:19 (AMP)

One of the synagogue officials named Jairus came up; and seeing Him, fell at His feet and begged anxiously with Him, saying, My little daughter is at the point of death; [please] come and lay Your hands on her, so that she will be healed and live. And Jesus went with him; and a large crowd followed Him and pressed in around Him [from all sides].

— Mark 5:22–5:24 (AMP)

Now as Jesus was returning [to Galilee], the people welcomed Him, for they had all been expecting Him. Now a man named Jairus, a synagogue official, came [to Him]; and he fell at Jesus’ feet and began begging Him to come to his house; for he had an only daughter, about twelve years old, and she was dying. But as Jesus went, the people were crowding against Him [almost crushing Him].

— Luke 8:40–8:42 (AMP)

When they arrived, mourners told Jairus that his daughter had died, but Jesus told Jairus that his daughter was asleep but not dead and told Jairus to have faith and that his daughter will be well again. Jesus, Peter, the brothers John and James, Jairus, and the mother of Jairus' daughter entered the house; they were the only ones Jesus permitted inside.

The mourners, outside of the house, doubted and ridiculed Jesus.

Inside the house, Jesus took hold of the daughter's hand and told her to rise, and she rose up alive and well. The witnesses to the miracle were amazed. Jesus told them to give the daughter something to eat, and He told the parents of the daughter to not tell others of the miracle. Nevertheless, news of the miracle spread, and it is recorded in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke.

When Jesus came to the ruler’s house, and saw the flute players [who were professional, hired mourners] and the [grieving] crowd making an uproar, He said, Go away; for the girl is not dead, but is sleeping. And they laughed and jeered at Him. But when the crowd had been sent outside, Jesus went in and took her by the hand, and the girl got up. And the news about this spread throughout all that district.

— Matthew 9:23–9:26 (AMP)

While He was still speaking, some people came from the synagogue official’s house, saying [to Jairus], Your daughter has died; why bother the Teacher any longer? Overhearing what was being said, Jesus said to the synagogue official, Do not be afraid; only keep on believing [in Me and my power]. And He allowed no one to go with Him [as witnesses], except Peter and James and John the brother of James. They came to the house of the synagogue official; and He looked [with understanding] at the uproar and commotion, and people loudly weeping and wailing [in mourning]. When He had gone in, He said to them, Why make a commotion and weep? The child has not died, but is sleeping. They began laughing [scornfully] at Him [because they knew the child was dead]. But He made them all go outside, and took along the child’s father and mother and His own [three] companions, and entered the room where the child was. Taking the child’s hand, He said [tenderly] to her, Talitha kum!—which translated [from Aramaic] means, Little girl, I say to you, get up! The little girl immediately got up and began to walk, for she was twelve years old. And immediately they [who witnessed the child’s resurrection] were overcome with great wonder and utter amazement. He gave strict orders that no one should know about this, and He told them to give her something to eat.

— Mark 5:35–5:43 (AMP)

While He was still speaking, someone from the synagogue official’s house came and said [to Jairus], Your daughter is dead; do not inconvenience the Teacher any further. But Jesus, hearing this, answered him, Do not be afraid any longer; only believe and trust [in Me and have faith in My ability to do this], and she will be made well. When He came to the house, He allowed no one to enter with Him, except Peter and John and James, and the girl’s father and mother. Now they were all weeping loudly and mourning for her; but He said, Do not weep, for she is not dead, but is sleeping. Then they began laughing scornfully at Him and ridiculing Him, knowing [without any doubt] that she was dead. But Jesus took hold of her hand and spoke, saying, Child, arise! And her spirit returned, and she got up immediately; and He ordered that she be given something to eat. Her parents were greatly astonished [by the miracle]; but He instructed them to tell no one what had happened.

— Luke 8:49–8:56 (AMP)