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40. MANY MIRACULOUS CURES.

Luke iv:40-41. Mark i:32-34. Matth. viii :16-17.

January or February, A. D, 31.

Ka-kauá uáko i-kulléuttit-zaná, kauá, pa-nágpaik-ó-saná Jesus-na illágane ki-kómái-nin pa-n-neksép-ki kómái-ki, káa éneka enimkíniku-hin (ke-imém e-usina enimkíniku), kauá úikalu téuyanik-át (inhabitants) piskís-pa pi-ámki-ziná.

And when it was evening after sunset they brought to Him many that were diseased and possessed with devils, and all they that had any with diverse diseases, brought them to Him. And all they city was gathered together at the door.

Métu Jesus-nim inés-tukápaliké-ze-saná úikalu-ná pa-n-naksiní-ná (pa-n-nakz-ií-na), kauá uákas inás-aní-a úikalu-ná; kauá enimkínikú-na úikala-na inás-hilusk-a, uág inás-sapáhátta titóka-pkínig, uág inás-eukkeí-ne-nni-á naks-iní-kí ziégk-ks.

But He, laying His hands on every one, healed all that were sick, and He cast out the spirit with His word:

Kuus-ki a-zahá-zaná Isaias-nim Prophet-ním ziégk-en, ka-kauá i-zéne: Ipním nuna kapsís-uit kie inp-éni-a, káa nuna kómái-n kie inéhne-nen-ni-á. Kauá úikala enimkíníku, ka-kauá ipa-hátta titóka-pkínig, ipe-tiúg-na uág ipe-hí-na: Im he ués Akamkiniku-m miáz.

That it might be fulfilled, which was spoken by Isaias saying: “He took our infirmities and bore our disease. And the devils went out of many, crying out and saying: Thou art the Son of God.

Métu jesus-nim inás-tána-n-ni-á, káa inás-taátk-a, káa inás-sapá-sáu-na: etké imé í-zúkua-ziná: Ki í-ues Christ.

And He rebuked them, suffered them not to speak: for they knew that He was Christ.

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Nez Perce text is from Jesus-Christ-Nim Kinne uetas-pa kut KA-KALA TIME-NIN I-UES PILEP-EZA-PA TAZ-PA TAMTAI-PA NUMIPU-TIMT-KI 1914 (The Life of Jesus Christ from the Four Gospels in the Nez Perce Language) by J.M. Cataldo, S.J.

English translation text is from Life of Jesus Christ 1909 by A.J. Maas, S.J.

Note: the corresponding Eng translation is not an original translation but merely a matching source text to approximate the Nez Perce wording.

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