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14:21 The-ones yet eating were men about five-thousand apart-from women and children.
14:22 And immediately he-compelled the disciples to-enter into the boat, ...
  and to-go-before him into the other-side, ...
  until of-which he-will-dismiss the crowds.
14:23 And having-sent-away the crowds, he-stepped-up into the mountain, by himself to-pray.
  now having-become evening, he-was ~ alone there.
14:24 Now the boat by-this-time was-distant many stadia from the land, ...
  being-tortured under the swells, ...
  for was set-in-against-it 'the wind.'
14:25 Now in-the-fourth watch of-the night, he-came before them, ...
  walking upon the sea.
14:26 But the disciples having-seen him on the sea walking-around were-troubled, ...
  saying that, 'it-is a-phantom,' ... !
  and from 'the fear' they-cried-out.
14:27 Yet immediately spoke the Jesus to-them saying, ... "Have courage, I am (the wind), not be afraid."
14:28 Yet answering to-him the Stone said, ... "Lord if you it-is, ..."
  (then) "command me to-come before you on the waters."
14:29 And then he-said, ... "Come."
  And stepping-down from the boat, ...
  The Stone walked-around upon the waters, ...
  and he-came before the Jesus.
14:30 But seeing the strong wind he-was-afraid, ...
  And beginning to-sink, he-cried-out saying, ... "Lord save me!" 
14:31 And immediately Jesus having reached out the hand took hold of him, ...
  and he-says to-him, ... "One-of-little-faith, into any two-you-stand?"
14:32 And stepping-up of-them into the boat, the wind ceased.
14:33 The-ones yet in the boat worshipped-before to-him saying, ...
  "Truly, God's Son you-are."
14:34 And having-crossed-over, they-came onto the land at Gennesaret.

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