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When Jesus heard about the

death of John the Baptist,


he departed by a boat to a
deserted place.

But the multitudes followed Him


on foot.
He was moved with compassion
for them, and healed their sick.
When it was evening, His disciples
came to Him, saying,
"This is a deserted place, and the
hour is already late.
Send the multitudes away, that
they may go into the villages and
buy themselves food."

But Jesus said to them,


"They do not need to go away. You
give them something to eat."
And they said to Him,
"We have here only five loaves
and two fish."
He said,
"Bring them here to Me."

Then He commanded the


multitudes to sit down on the
grass.
And He took the five loaves and
the two fish, and looking up to
heaven,
He blessed and broke and gave
the loaves to the disciples.
The disciples gave food to the
multitudes.
So they all ate and were filled.
Jesus said,
"Gather up the fragments that
remain, so that nothing is lost."
So they took up twelve baskets full
of the fragments that remained.
Now those who had eaten were
about five thousand men, besides
women and children.
The multitudes want to make Him
a king.
Immediately Jesus made His
disciples get into the boat and go
before Him to the other side,
while He sent the multitudes
away.

Then He went up on the mountain


by Himself to pray.
Now when evening came, He was
alone there.
But the boat was now in the
middle of the sea, tossed by the
waves, for the wind was contrary.

Now in the fourth watch of the


night Jesus went to them, walking
on the sea.
And when the disciples saw Him
walking on the sea, they were
troubled, saying,
"It is a ghost!"
And they cried out for fear.

But immediately Jesus spoke to


them, saying,
"Be of good cheer!
It is I;
do not be afraid."
And Peter answered Him and said,
"Lord, if it is You, command me to
come to You on the water."
So He said,
"Come."

And when Peter had come down


out of the boat, he walked on the
water to go to Jesus.
But when he saw that the wind
was boisterous, he was afraid;
and beginning to sink he cried out,
saying,
"Lord, save me!"

And immediately Jesus stretched


out His hand and caught him, and
said to him,
"O you of little faith, why did you
doubt?"
And when they got into the boat,
the wind ceased.
Then those who were in the boat
came and worshiped Him, saying,
"Truly You are the Son of God."
When they had crossed over, they
came to the land of Gennesaret.
He healed sick people there.

The multitudes from the other


side of the sea got into boats and
followed Him.
Jesus said to them,
"Truly, truly, I say to you, you are
seeking me, not because you saw
signs, but because you ate your fill
of the loaves.”

They said to him,


"Sir, give us this bread always."
Jesus said to them,
"I am the bread of life; whoever
comes to me shall not hunger, and
whoever believes in me shall never
thirst.
But I said to you that you have
seen me and yet do not believe.
I came down from heaven to do
the will of Him who sent me.”
So the Jews said,
"Is not this Jesus, the son of
Joseph, whose father and mother
we know?
How does he now say,
‘I came down from heaven'?"
Jesus said,
"Do not grumble among
yourselves.
I am the living bread that came
down from heaven.
If anyone eats of this bread, he will
live forever. And the bread that I
will give for the life of the world is
my flesh."
The Jews then disputed among
themselves, saying,
"How can this man give us his
flesh to eat?“
When many of his disciples heard
it, they said,
"This is a hard saying; who can
listen to it?"
After this many of his disciples
turned back and no longer walked
with him.
So Jesus said to the Twelve,
"Do you want to go away as
well?"

Simon Peter answered him,


"Lord, to whom shall we go?
You have the words of eternal life,
and
we have believed, and have come
to know, that you are the Holy
One of God.“
Jesus answered them,
"Did I not choose you, the Twelve?
And yet one of you is a devil."
He spoke of Judas Iscariot.