LUKE CHAPTER 1

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1 Whereas many have undertaken to compile a statement [dihghsin] about [peri] the facts fully-accepted among us,
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just as they were given to us, the [ones] having become eyewitnesses and attendants of the word from [apo] the beginning.
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It seemed-good to me also, having investigated all things from-above [anwqen] accurately chronologically, to write to you, most mighty Theophilus,
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that you may know the certainty of the words about which you have been taught orally.

CNC=7 (1 thread). No greater meaning.
INC = 7.
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5 In the days of Herod, king of Judea, there happened to be a priest, a certain one [tiV], Zechariah in name, out of the daily-service [the daily service division for the week - Mounce!] of Abijah, and his wife [was] out of [ek] the daughters of Aaron, and the name of her [was] Elizabeth.
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Both [ones] were righteous before [enantion] the God. Blameless [ones] walking in all the commandments and regulations of the Lord.
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But they had no child [teknon], because Elizabeth was a barren-woman, [steira is a noun - see lexicons and verse 36] and both [ones] were advanced in their days.
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Now it happened in his serving-as-priest, in the assignment of his division, before [enantion] the God,
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according to the ethos of the priesthood it became his turn to-offer-incense when he entered into the sanctuary of the Lord,
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and all the multitude [plhqoV][not symbolically interpretable so no INC. CNC??] of the people was praying outside [in] the hour of the incense.
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But to him [an] angel of [a] Lord appeared, standing out of the right [parts] of the altar of the incense.
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But Zechariah became troubled having seen [this], and fear fell upon him.
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However, the angel said to him: Don't be afraid, Zechariah, because your supplication has been favorably heard, and the wife of you, Elizabeth will generate a son to you, and you will call his name, John.
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And you will have joy and exultation, and many will rejoice over his birth;
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for he will be great in-sight-of [enwpion] [the] Lord. But he must drink no wine and strong-drink [spirits] at all, and he will be filled of holy spirit [genitive indirect object] yet/before being [eti] out of [ek] the belly [koiliaV] of mother of him;
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and many [ones] of the sons [partitive genitive] of Israel will he turn back upon Lord, the God of them.
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Also, he will go ahead before him [i.e the Lord God] in [the] spirit [character - metonym] and [in the] power of Elijah, to turn back the hearts of fathers upon children [tekna] and the disobedient [ones] to [en] the intelligence of righteous [ones], to get ready for [a] Lord a prepared people. [51]
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And Zechariah said to the angel: How am I to be sure of this? For I am an old-man and my wife is advanced in her days.
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In reply the angel said to him: I am Gabriel, the [one] having been standing alongside [you] [i.e. supporting you, implied pronoun. This should not produce a pronoun imbalance since word symbolisms are about words not implied words] in-sight-of [enwpion] the God, and I was sent forth to speak to you and declare-as-good-news these [things] to you.
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And look! you will be [one] being silent and not being able to speak until [the] day [Elizabeth did not give brith and name her child on the same literal day!] that [hV] these [things] occur, because you did not believe my words, which will be fulfilled into the appointed-time of them.
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And the people was waiting for Zechariah, and they were wondering at his delaying in the sanctuary.
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But when he came out he was not able to speak to them, and they perceived that he had just seen a vision in the sanctuary; and he was [one] making-signs to them, but remained dumb.
23 And it happened as/when [wV] the days of the liturgy of him were fulfilled, he went off into the house of him. [17]

CNC = 68 (4 threads). 

INC Days of Herod, Days of King of Judea, Priest, Zechariah, Name, Division of Abijah, Wife/Woman, Daughters of Aaron, Elizabeth, God, Commandments, Regulations, Child, Barren-Woman, Days, Assignment, Ethos, (Sanctuary of Lord), (Multitude of the people), Hour, Angel, Fear, Supplication, Son, John, Joy, Exultation, Birth, Lord, Wine, Strong-drink, Spirit, Belly, Spirit of Elijah, Power of Elijah, Hearts, Intelligence, People, Old-man, Gabriel, Words, Appointed-Time, Sanctuary, Vision, Days of Liturgy, House = 44 (at last!!!)

The improper prepositions enantion and enwpion are never used substantively and so take the genitive nouns which count.

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24 And after these days [new time frame, but same story, sense override], Elizabeth, his woman [pronoun imbalance], conceived, and she was hiding herself 5 months, saying:
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Thus [the] Lord has done to me, in days in which he looked to take away my reproach among men.

CNC = 8
INC Days, Elizabeth, Woman, Months, Lord, Reproach, Men = 7 

26 But in the month, the 6th [one] [of her pregnancy - continuation of existing time frame of pregnancy] the angel Gabriel was sent forth from God into a city of the Galilee to which name [was] Nazareth,
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towards a virgin promised-in-marriage to a male to whom name [was] Joseph out of house of David [ancestral house, metonym]; and the name of the virgin [was] Mary.
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And having entered towards her he said: Rejoice, highly favored [one], the Lord [is] with you.
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But she was deeply disturbed upon the word and began to reason out which-sort this greeting might be.
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And the angel said to her: Be not fearing, Mary, for you have found favour with God;
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and, look! you will conceive in belly and give birth to a son, and you will call his name, Jesus.
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This one will be great and will be called Son of the Most High [one]; and Lord, the God will give him the throne of David, his father, [29]
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and he will reign over the house of Jacob [ancestral house, metonym] into the ages, and there will be no end of his kingdom.
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But Mary said to the angel: How is this to be, since I am not knowing a male?
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Answering the angel said to her: Holy spirit will come upon you, and power of the Most High [one] will overshadow you. Through which also the holy [thing] being generated will be called, Son of God.
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And, look! Elizabeth, the female-relative [suggeniV] of you [pronoun imbalance] has also herself conceived a son, in her old-age, and this is [the] 6th month for her, the so-called barren-woman;
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because with God every declaration [rhma] will not be impossible.
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But Mary said: Look! the slave-girl of the Lord! May it take place with me according to your declaration. At that the angel departed from her.

39 But Mary having stood up in these days, [of Elizabeth's 6th month, i.e. in the time frame specified above] went into the mountainous [country] [oreinoV] with haste, to a city of Judah,

CNC 8 + 29 + 22 + 4 = 63 (3 threads).
INC Month, Angel, Gabriel, God, City of Galilee, Name, Nazareth, Virgin, Male, Joseph, House of David, (Name of Virgin), Mary, Word, Greeting, Favour, Belly, Son, Jesus, Lord, Throne of David, House of Jacob, Ages, End of Kingdom, Spirit, Power, (Son of God), Elizabeth, Female-Relative, Old-age, Barren-woman, Declaration = 30, Days, Woman, Reproach, Men, Haste, City of Judah = 36

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40 and she entered into the house of Zechariah and greeted Elizabeth.
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And it happened that as/when [wV] Elizabeth heard the greeting of Mary, the infant leaped in her womb and Elizabeth was filled of holy spirit, [genitive indirect object - not possessive]
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and she called out with a loud cry and said: Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit [metaphor] of your womb!
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So how is it that this [privilege] is mine, to have the mother of my Lord come to me?
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For, look! as the sound of your greeting fell into my ears, the infant in my womb leapt in exultation.
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Happy too is the [one] having believed, because there will be a complete-fulfilment to the [things] spoken to her by [the] Lord.
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And Mary said: My soul magnifies the Lord,
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and my spirit is overjoyed at the God, my Saviour;
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because he has looked upon the low-position of his slave-girl. For, look! from now on all generations will pronounce me happy;
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because the powerful [one] has done great [things] for me, and holy [is] his name;
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and the mercy of him [is] into generations and generations for the [ones] fearing him.
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He has performed a power-display [kratoV], with his arm [metonym for capability in humans, but God does not have a human arm, so it is a metaphor for him], he has scattered the [ones] haughty in the intention of their hearts.
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He has brought down potentates from thrones and exalted lowly [ones].
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He has filled-up hungering [ones] of good [things] and the [ones] being wealthy he has sent away empty.
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He has come-to-the-aid [antilambano] of [or assisted] Israel [genitive direct object - not possessive], his boy, to call-to-mind [mimneskw, mnhsqhnai] of mercy [genitive direct object - not possessive],
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just as [kaqwV] he spoke to the fathers of us, to Abraham and to his seed, into the age.
56 But Mary remained with her as [wV] 3 months, and returned to her own house.

CNC = 38 (2 threads).
INC House of Zechariah, Elizabeth, Greeting of Mary, Infant, Womb, Cry, Women, Mother of Lord, Sound of Greeting, Ears, Exultation, Complete-fulfilment, Lord, Mary, Soul, Spirit, God, Saviour, Low-position of slave-girl, Generations, Name, Mercy, Power-display, Intention of Hearts, Potentates, Thrones, Israel, House = 28

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57 But to Elizabeth was filled her time [CronoV] to give-birth [still part of the pregnancy timetable], and she generated [a] son.
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And the neighboring [ones] and her related [ones] heard that [the] Lord had magnified his mercy to her, and they began to rejoice with her.
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And it happened in the day, the 8th, that they came to circumcise the young-child, and they were going to call it by the name of its father, Zechariah [accusative].
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But its mother answered saying: No, indeed! but he shall be called John.
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At this they said to her that no one out of your relatives [suggeneiaV] is called by this name.
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But they went nodding to its father the [thing] which he wanted it to be called.
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And having asked for a small-tablet he wrote saying: John is its name. And all wondered.
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But instantly his mouth was opened and his tongue and he began to speak, blessing God.
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And fear came upon all their neighbouring [ones]; and in the whole mountainous [country] of Judea all these declarations [rhmata] began to be talked about,
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and all the [ones] having heard, put [it] in their hearts [metonym], saying: What really will this young-child be? For the hand [metonym for help, but God does not have a physical hand so it is a metaphor] of [the] Lord was with it.
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And Zechariah, its father was filled of holy spirit, [genitive indirect object - not possessive] and he prophesied, saying:
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Blessed [be] [the] Lord, the God of Israel, because he has looked upon and performed deliverance toward his people.
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And he has raised up a horn of salvation for us in the house [metonym] of David, his boy, [32]
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just as [kaqwV] he spoke, through the mouth of his holy prophets, from [the] age
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A salvation [accusative] from our hostile [ones] and from the hand [metonym, ones hating do have a hand] of all the [ones] hating us;
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to perform mercy with our fathers and to call to mind his holy covenant [genitive direct object],
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the oath that he swore to Abraham, the father of us,
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[the oath] of the to grant us, having been rescued from the hand [metonym, hostile ones do have a hand] of hostile [ones], to be rendering-sacred-service to him fearlessly
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in loyalty and righteous-acts before him all our days.
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But you, young-child, you will be called a prophet of the Most High [one]. For you will go in advance in-sight-of/before [the] Lord to make ready his ways/roads,
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of the to grant knowledge of salvation to his people in forgiveness of their sins,
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Due to [the] intestines of mercy of our God [metaphorical metonym]. In which a daybreak [literally: an East] will look upon us out of [the] height,
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to shine upon the [ones] sitting in darkness and the shadow of death, of the to direct our feet in the way/road of peace [of peace makes this phrase a metaphor].
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And the young-child went on growing and getting-strong in spirit, and he continued in the desolate [places] until the day [period] of showing himself to Israel. [19]

CNC= 51 (3 threads)

INC: Elizabeth, Time, Son, Lord, Mercy, Day, Young-child, (Name of Father), Zechariah, Mother, John, Relatives, Name, Father, Small-tablet, Mouth, Tongue, God, Fear, Declarations, Heart, Spirit, God of Israel, Deliverance, People, House of David, Covenant, Oath, Abraham, Loyalty, Righteous-acts, Prophet, Knowledge of Salvation, Forgiveness of Sins = 33. 

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LUKE CHAPTER 2
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Now in those days a decree [dogma] went forth beside Caesar Augustus [for] all the inhabited [earth]? [oikoumenhn] [participle, not a noun] to be registered;
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this first registration occurred [epi, at the time] of Quirinius [from Cyrene] being-governor of Syria;
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and all [ones] went traveling to be registered, each one to his own city.
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But Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into the Judea, into [the] city of David, which is called Bethlehem, because of his being out of the (house and birthplace) of David,
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to get registered with [sun] Mary, the [one] who had been given marriage to him, being pregnant [adjective egkuw]
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But while they were there, the days of the to give birth/pregnancy were fulfilled [on] her.
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And she gave birth to her son, the firstborn [one], and she swaddled him and laid him in a manger, because there was no place for them in the inn.

CNC (4,2,1,8,1,1,4) = 21 (3 threads)
INC Days, Decree, Caesar, Augustus, Registration, Quirinius, City, Joseph, Galilee, City of Nazareth, Judea, City of David, Bethlehem, House of David, Birthplace of David, Mary, Son, Manger, Place, Inn = 20

8 And shepherds were also in the country, the same [one] [auth pronoun imbalance] living-out-of-doors and keeping watches of the night upon their flock [new scene but it merges with the manger scene].
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And [the] angel of [the] Lord stood by them, and [the] glory of [the] Lord shone around them, and they became afraid [with] great fear.
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But the angel said to them: Don't be afraid, for, look! I am declaring-good-news to you [with] great joy which will be to all the people,
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because there was born to you today a Saviour, who is Christ, Lord, in [the] city of David.
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And this is a sign for you: You will find an infant [brefoV] swaddled and lying in a manger.
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And suddenly there came to be with the angel a multitude [plhqoV not symbolically interpretable] of the army heavenly [partitive genitive, not a literal human army], [a multitude] of [ones] praising God and saying:
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Glory in the the highest [places] to God, and upon earth peace among men of goodwill [all possessive to multitude].
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So when [wV] the angels had departed from them into heaven, the shepherds began saying to one another: Let us actually go clear to Bethlehem and see this declaration [rhma], that occurred, which the Lord made known to us.
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And they came having-made-haste and found both Mary and Joseph, and the infant lying in the manger.
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When they saw it, they made known about the declaration, the [one] having been spoken to them, about the little-boy [paidiou] this.
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And all that heard marveled over the things told them by the shepherds,
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but Mary began to preserve all these declarations, throwing-together [them] in her heart.
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Then the shepherds went back, glorifying and praising God for all the things they heard and saw, just as it was spoken to them.

CNC (4,3,3,4,3,1,0,6,4,2,1,3,2)=36

Total CNC 21+36=57
Total INC Days, Decree, Caesar, Augustus, Registration, Quirinius, City, Joseph, Galilee, City of Nazareth, Judea, City of David, Bethlehem, House of David, Birthplace of David, Mary, Son, Manger, Place, Inn, Shepherds, Country, Watches of Night, Flock, (Angel of Lord), Glory of Lord, Fear, Angel, Joy, People, Saviour, Christ, Lord, Sign, Infant, Heaven, Declaration, Little-Boy, Heart, God = 39

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21 Now when 8 days came to the full [new scene] in order to circumcise him, his name was also called Jesus, the [one] called by the angel before [pro] him being conceived in the belly [cavity]. 

CNC = 5 (1 thread).
INC = 5

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22 Also, when the days of the purification of them according to the law of Moses were fulfilled, they brought him up into Jerusalem to present [him] to the Lord,
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just as [kaqwV] it is written in [the] law of [the] Lord: [which law says] Every male [andreV] opening a womb will be called holy to the Lord,
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and [they brought him up] [on account - epi] of the [following] to offer sacrifice according to the [thing] having been said in the law of [the] Lord: [which law says] A pair of turtledoves or 2 chicks of pigeons.

LCNC = 8 (1 thread)
INC Days of purification, Law of Moses, Jerusalem, Lord, Sacrifice, Law of Lord, Pair of Turtledoves, Chicks of Pigeons = 8

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25 And, look! there was a human [anqrwpoV] in Jerusalem, [the] name to whom [was] Simeon, and this human was a righteous and reverent [one], waiting for [the] consolation of Israel, and holy spirit was upon him [new scene which merges with Mary and Joseph].
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Furthermore, it had been divinely revealed to him by [upo] the spirit, the holy that he would not see death before he had seen the Christ of [the] Lord.
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And he came in/under the spirit into the temple; whilst the parents were bringing-in the little-boy, Jesus, in order for them to do for it according to the customary [way] of the law about it,
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he himself received it into the arms and blessed God and said:
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Now, Master [despota], you are freeing your slave in peace according to your declaration;
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because my eyes have seen your saving [means]
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that you have made ready according to face [meaning in front of the faces, metonym] of all the peoples,
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a light into [the] revelation of the nations and a glory of your people, Israel.
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And its father and mother continued wondering at the [things] being spoken about it.
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Also, Simeon blessed them, but said to Mary, its mother [but not to Joseph who died before Jesus]: Look! This one is laid for a fall and the resurrection of many in Israel [ambiguous, the many in Israel or the resurrection in Israel?] and for a sign to be talked against
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And a long-sword [long piercing means not necessarily metallic] will be run through the soul of you yourself, in order that the reasonings out of [ek] many hearts may be uncovered [Mary has the effect to this must be literal. No reasonings would be uncovered by a metaphorical sword running through her soul as a result of the death and near immediate resurrection of her son. Neither could such a metaphoricla sword be described as long, So Mary was killed by a long sword, almost definitely weilded by corrupt early Roman church].

CNC = 38 

Simeon is Watchtower 2NC saints, Jesus is remnant who become LWs, Mary=its mother=JWs, Father=Joseph=FDS3 (dies before long sword). Simeon recognises his Master Jesus, and goes as the new slave FDS4 in peace according to the word of Jesus.

INC Human, Jerusalem, Name, Simeon, Consolation of Israel, Spirit, Death, Christ of Lord, Temple, Parents, Little-boy, Jesus, Arms, God, Master, Slave, Peace, Declaration, Eyes, Face, Revelation of Nations, Glory of people, Father, Mother, Mary, Fall, Resurrection, Israel, Sign, Long-sword, Soul, Reasonings, Hearts = 33 

36 And [there] was Anna, a prophetess, a daughter of Phanuel [face of God], out of the tribe of Asher. This [one] had advanced in days, many, and had lived with a man/husband [AndroV] 7 years from her virginity,
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and she [had been] a widow until 84 years [i.e. 15+7+84=106], who not was-missing-from of the temple [genitive object], rendering-sacred-service night and day by fastings and supplications.
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And in that very hour [this minor temporal disconnect, this new timeframe, makes it a separate account] she came near and began returning-thanks to God and speaking about it [the child] to all the [ones] waiting for [the] deliverance of Jerusalem [this scene does not merge with Mary and Joseph].

CNC =18. (4 threads from the triple designation)
INC Anna, Prophetess, Daughter of Phanuel, Tribe of Asher, Days24hour, Man, Years, Virginity, Widow, Temple, Night, Day12hour, Fastings, Supplications, Hour, God, Deliverance of Jerusalem = 17

Tota CNC = 38 + 18 = 56 (4 threads)

Total INC Human, Jerusalem, Name, Simeon, Consolation of Israel, Spirit, Death, Christ of Lord, Temple, Parents, Little-boy, Jesus, Arms, God, Master, Slave, Peace, Declaration, Eyes, Face, Revelation of Nations, Glory of people, Father, Mother, Mary, Fall, Resurrection, Israel, Sign, Long-sword, Soul, Reasonings, Hearts = 33, Anna, Prophetess, Daughter of Phanuel, Tribe of Asher, Days24hour, Man, Years, Virginity, Widow, Night, Day12hour, Fastings, Supplications, Hour, Deliverance of Jerusalem = 48

Knowing 'day and night' does not necessarily give us a full 'day', because symbolic interpretations do not necessarily preserve literal relationships. Day might be a year and day and night might be enlightenment and ignorance for example. Likewise knowing Mother and Father does not give you Parents.

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39 And as soon as [wV of time comparison] they finished all the things according to the law of [the] Lord, they went back into Galilee, into city of themselves, Nazareth.
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And the little-child continued growing and getting-strong, being filled with wisdom [dative], and [the] grace of God continued upon him.
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And his parents were accustomed to go every year into Jerusalem for the festival of the passover.
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And when he became 12 of years, they went up according to the custom of the festival
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and having completed the days, whilst they were returning, Jesus, the boy [paiV] [remained] in Jerusalem, and his parents did not know it.
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Assuming that he was in the caravan, they covered [the] way of a day and then began to hunt him up among [en] the related [ones] and known [ones].
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But, not finding him, they returned into Jerusalem, seeking him.
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And it came about that, after [meta] days 3 they found him in the temple, sitting in the midst of the teachers and listening to them and questioning them.
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But all those listening to him were amazed at [epi] his understanding and his answers.
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Now when they saw him they were astounded, and his mother said to him: Child [Teknon], why did you treat us like this? Here your father and I being distressed have been looking for you.
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But he said to them: Why did you have to go looking for me? Did you not know that I must be in the [affairs] of my Father?
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However, they did not grasp the statement that he spoke to them.
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And he went down with them and came into Nazareth, and he continued subject to them. Also, his mother carefully kept all these statements in her heart.
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And Jesus went on progressing in wisdom and stature and grace with God and men.

CNC  (4,3,4,1,5,2,1,3,2,3,0,1,4,6)=39 (3 threads)
INC Law of Lord, Galilee, City, Nazareth, Little-child, Wisdom, Grace of God, Parents, Year, Jerusalem, Festival of the passover, Custom of the festival, Days, Jesus, Boy, Caravan, Way of day, Temple, Teachers, Understanding, Answers, Mother, Child, Father, Statement, Heart, Stature, Grace, God, Men = 30 

'In the midst of' followed by a plural noun is really 'among'. The noun must count.

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 LUKE CHAPTER 3
1
Now in the 15th year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, [epi 'upon' implied, at the time] of Pontius, Pilate being-governor of Judea, and of Herod being-tetriarch of Galilee, but of Philip, his brother being-tetriarch of Ituraea, and of [the] country of trachonitis, and of Lysanias being-tetriarch of Abilene,
2 Upon [at the time] of chief-priest, Annas and of Caiaphas, [the] declaration of God came to be upon John, the son of Zechariah in the desolate [place].
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So he came into all the surrounding-country? of the Jordan, preaching baptism of repentance into forgiveness of sins,
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just as [wV] it is written in the book of the words of Isaiah, the prophet: [who wrote/not and what is written is] A voice of [one] crying out in the desolate [place]: Prepare the way of [the] Lord [FDS1 was the way but this symbolism was not part of everyday speech at the time of Isaiah], make his roads [tribouV] straight [Word1: the other true churches].
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Every valley must be filled up, and every mountain and hill must be laid low, and the crooked [paths] must become straight and the rough [paths] smooth ways;
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and all flesh will see the saving [means] [adjective] of God.'
CNC = 15
SCNC = 9


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Therefore he began to say to the crowds coming out to be baptized by him: You generated-ones of vipers [generated/produced - Liddel and Scott gives wide meaning - through character corruption by metaphorical snakes], who has intimated to you to flee from the coming wrath?
8 Therefore produce fruits having weight of/corresponding to/worthy of/commensurate with [axioV] repentance [genitive of comparison]. And do not start saying within yourselves, '[For] a father we have Abraham.' For I say to you that God is able to raise up children to to Abraham from these stones.
9 Indeed, the axe is already lying towards the root of the trees; every tree, therefore, not producing fine fruit is to be cut down and thrown into the fire.
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And the crowds would ask him: What, then, shall we do?
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In reply he would say to them: Let the [one] having 2 undergarments share with the [one] having none [meant as an example, this is comparative speech], and the [one] having eatables [brwmata], let him do the same [this is not comparative speech, anyone who does this will feed the world and be a true Christian] .
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But even tax-collectors came to be baptized, and they said to him: Teacher, what shall we do?
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He said to them: Do not demand anything more than the [tax] prescribed.
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Also, [ones] performing-military-service would ask him: What shall we also do? And he said to them: Do not harass anybody or accuse anybody falsely, but be satisfied with your stipend.

Literal CNC = 12
Symbolic CNC = 9

LINC  Year, Pontius, Pilate, Herod, Philip, Brother, Lysanias, Chief-Priest, Annas, Caiaphas, Declaration of God, John, Son of Zechariah, Baptism of Repentance, Forgiveness of Sins, Crowds, Generated-ones of Vipers, Wrath, Father, Abraham, God, Eatables, Tax-collectors, Teacher, Stipend = 25

15 Now [at the time - epi] of people [ones] expecting [something] [NT Greek often treats a singular people as a plural the classic is Luke 1:21 where it treats it as both singular and plural in the same verse! or of [ones] of the people expecting [something] partitive genitive for people] and of all [ones] reasoning in their hearts about John: May he perhaps be the Christ?
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John answered, saying to all: I, indeed am baptising you in water; but the one stronger than I am is coming, the lace of the sandals of whom I am not fit to untie. He will baptize you in holy spirit and in fire.
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His winnowing-shovel is in his hand to clean up his threshing-floor completely and to gather the wheat into his storehouse, but the chaff he will burn up with in the fire that cannot be put out.

18 Therefore [with] many [such words] and other [words] he was exhorting [them] and he was declaring-the-good-news to the people.

Literal CNC = 8
Symbolic CNC = 9

Literal INC People, Heart, John, Christ, Water, Spirit = 6

Totals for Luke 3:1-18 
Literal CNC 15 + 12 + 8 = 35
Symbolic CNC 9 + 9 + 9 = 27

Luke: LINC  Year, Pontius, Pilate, Herod, Philip, Brother, Lysanias, Chief Priest, Annas, Caiaphas, Declaration, John, Son of Zechariah, Baptism of Repentance, Forgiveness of Sins, Crowds, Generated-ones of Vipers, Wrath, Father, Abraham, God, Eatables, Tax-collectors, Teacher, Stipend, People, Heart, Christ, Water, Spirit = 30

Luke: SINC Book of Words, Voice, Way of Lord, Roads, Valley, Mountain, Hill, Ways, Flesh, Fruits, Children, Stones, Axe, Root of Trees, Tree, Fire, Undergarments, Lace of Sandals, Winnowing-shovel, Hand, Threshing-floor, Wheat, Storehouse, Chaff = 24

Matthew 3:1-12 and Mark 1:1-8 and Luke 3:1-18 are parallel. If not then Paul, Russell and I are wearing leather loin cloths and eating locusts and honey

Total CNC = 32 + 17 + 35 = 84 (3 threads).

Luke: LINC  Year, Pontius, Pilate, Herod, Philip, Brother, Lysanias, Chief Priest, Annas, Caiaphas, Declaration, John, Son of Zechariah, Baptism of Repentance, Forgiveness of Sins, Crowds, Generated-ones of Vipers, Wrath, Father, Abraham, God, Eatables, Tax-collectors, Teacher, Stipend, People, Heart, Christ, Water, Spirit = 30

Mark LINC Beginning, John, Baptism of Repentance, Forgiveness of Sins, Country, Jerusalemites, Jordan, River, Sins, Hairs of Camel, Girdle, Loin, Locusts, Honey, Water, Spirit = 16.

Matthew LINC  Days, John, Baptist, Kingdom of heavens, Isaiah, Prophet, Voice, Clothing, Hairs of Camel, Girdle, Loin, Food, Locusts, Honey, Jerusalem, Judea, Jordan, River, Sins, Pharisees, Sadducees, Baptism, Generated-ones of Vipers, Wrath, Father, Abraham, God, Water, Repentance, Spirit = 30

Matthew + Mark + Luke LINC Year, Pontius, Pilate, Herod, Philip, Brother, Lysanias, Chief Priest, Annas, Caiaphas, Declaration, John, Son of Zechariah, (Baptism of Repentance), Forgiveness of Sins, Crowds, Generated-ones of Vipers, Wrath, Father, Abraham, God, Eatables, Tax-collectors, Teacher, Stipend, People, Heart, Christ, Water, Spirit, Beginning, Judea, Country, Jerusalemites, Jordan, River, Sins, Hairs of Camel, Girdle, Loin, Locusts, Honey, Days, Baptist, Kingdom of heavens, Isaiah, Prophet, Voice, Clothing, Food, Jerusalem, Pharisees, Sadducees, Baptism, Repentance = 54

Matthew + Luke SCNC = 19 + 27 = 46 (2 threads)

Luke: SINC Book of Words, Voice, Way of Lord, Roads, Valley, Mountain, Hill, Ways, Flesh, Fruits, Children, Stones, Axe, Root of Trees, Tree, Fire, Undergarments, Lace of Sandals, Winnowing-shovel, Hand, Threshing-floor, Wheat, Storehouse, Chaff = 24 

Matthew SINC Way of Lord, Roads, Fruit, Children, Stones, Axe, Root of Trees, Tree, Fire, Sandals, Winnowing-shovel, Hand, Threshing-floor, Wheat, Storehouse, Chaff = 16

Matthew + Luke SINC Book of Words, Voice, Way of Lord, Roads, Valley, Mountain, Hill, Ways, Flesh, Fruits, Children, Stones, Axe, Root of Trees, Tree, Fire, Undergarments, Lace of Sandals, Winnowing-shovel, Hand, Threshing-floor, Wheat, Storehouse, Chaff = 24, Sandals = 25

Mark: SINC Isaiah, Prophet, Angel, Face, Way, Voice, Way of Lord, Roads, Lace of Sandals = 9. This is stand alone and not paralle/ to Matthew and Luke.

Notes:

'Movables' are...
'Father' is literal/symbolic
'Generated-ones' are literal/symbolic
(Baptism of forgiveness) into repentance of sins or Baptism of (forgiveness into repentance of sins)
'Judea' is a noun/adjective.

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19 But Herod, the tetriarch, for being reproved by him about Herodias, the wife of his brother and about all the wicked [deeds] that Herod did,
20
added also this to all those [deeds]: he locked John up in prison (Luke 3).

CNC = 7
INC Herod, Tetriarch, Herodias, Wife of Brother, John, Prison = 6

Mark 6:14-29 and Matthew 14:1-12 and Luke 3:19-20 are parallel. Luke 9:7-9 is not being set after John had been beheaded.

Mark 6 and Matthew 14 and Luke 9 are set future to this action and are historical accounts of John's imprisonment by Herod. But all gospels are historical accounts! And 'John' counts 6 times if we do not include verses 19 and 20 in the account of John in the wilderness above. And Herodias could only take one meaning in all three threads as could prison if this was part of the account of John in the wilderness.

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13 Then Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to [proV] John, in order to be baptized by him.
14
But the [one - WH] [John?? - NA26] tried to prevent him, saying: I, I have need to be baptized by you [John the human needed a sealing from Michael the angel], and you are coming to me?
15
In reply Jesus said to him: Let it be, for now, for thus it is suitable for us to carry out all righteousness [Immanuel had to join the first Christian church, the body for Michael]. Then he quit preventing him (Matthew 3).

CNC (4,1,2)=7
INC Jesus, Galilee, Jordan, John, Need, Righteousness = 6

16
After being baptized Jesus immediately came up from the water, [but was still in the river] and, look! the heavens were opened up [in a vision], and he saw descending as-if [wsei] [it were] a dove [the] spirit of God coming upon him.
17
And Look! a voice out of [ek] the heavens saying: This [dove you are seeing] is the Son of me, the beloved [one], in whom I have delighted (Matthew 3).

CNC (4,3) = 7
INC Jesus, Water, Heavens, Spirit of God, Voice, Son = 6
Total CNC = 14
Total INC Jesus, Galilee, Jordan, John, Need, Righteousness, Water, Heavens, Spirit of God, Voice, Son = 11

9 It occurred in those days [that] Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee and was baptized into the Jordan by [upo] John.
10
And immediately on going up out of [ek] the water [reclining on the bank presumably] he saw the heavens being parted [because angel Michael is leaving them and they remain parted until Immanuel has entered them], and, the spirit [of Michael] coming down, as [not 'like' a dove but 'being represented by' dove in the vision] [wV] a dove, into him;
11
and a voice occurred out of [ek] the heavens [saying]: You are my Son, the beloved [one]. In you I have delighted (Mark 1)

Mark CNC = 11
INC Days, Jesus, Nazareth of Galilee, Jordan, John, Water, Heavens, Spirit, Voice, Son  = 10 

21 Now when all the people were baptized, and [epi - at the time] of Jesus having been baptised and praying [possibly sometime later], the heaven was opened up [in a vision, since his eyes were closed]
22 and the spirit, the holy in bodily appearance like/of [wV] a dove came down upon him [welcoming committee, he did not see it Michael saw it - same event from Michael's perspective], and a voice came out of heaven [after the possession]: You are my Son, the beloved [one]. In you I have delighted [John and the crowds saw this 'appearance' of the holy spirit and heard this voice - John 1:33] (Luke 3).  

CNC = 8
INC  People, Jesus, Heaven, Spirit, Appearance, Voice, Son = 7

Mark 1:9-11 and Matthew 3:13-17 and Luke 3:21,22 are parallel but John 1:29-34 is not.

Matthew and Mark + Luke
Total CNC = 14+11+8 =33 (3 threads)
Total INC Days, Jesus, Nazareth of Galilee, Jordan, John, Water, Heavens [atmospheric], Spirit, Voice, Son, People, Appearance, Dove, Galilee, Need, Righteousness, Spirit of God, Heaven [spiritual] = 18

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23 And, Jesus himself, was [when] commencing [his work], as if [wsei] of years 30, being the son, as the opinion was, [out] of Joseph,
[son] of Heli, [who was Mary's father]
24
[son] of Matthat, [Mary's mother's father]
[son] of Levi, [Mary's mother's mother's father]
[son] of Melchi, [This is the maternal line]
[son] of Jannai,
[son] of Joseph,
25
[son] of Mattathias,
[son] of Amos,
[son] of Nahum,
[son] of Esli,
[son] of Naggai,
26
[son] of Maath,
[son] of Mattathias,
[son] of Semein,
[son] of Josech,
[son] of Joda,
27
[son] of Joanan,
[son] of Rhesa,
[son] of Zerubbabel,
[son] of Shealtiel,
[son] of Neri,
28
[son] of Melchi,
[son] of Addi,
[son] of Cosam,
[son] of Elmadam,
[son] of Er,
29
[son] of Jesus,
[son] of Eliezer,
[son] of Jorim,
[son] of Matthat,
[son] of Levi,
30
[son] of Symeon,
[son] of Judas,
[son] of Joseph,
[son] of Jonam,
[son] of Eliakim,
31
[son] of Melea,
[son] of Menna,
[son] of Mattatha,
[son] of Nathan,
[son] of David,
32
[son] of Jesse,
[son] of Obed,
[son] of Boaz,
[son] of Salmon,
[son] of Nahshon,
33
[son] of Amminadab,
[son] of Arni,
[son] of Hezron,
[son] of Perez,
[son] of Judah,
34
[son] of Jacob,
[son] of Isaac,
[son] of Abraham,
[son] of Terah,
[son] of Nahor,
35
[son] of Serug,
[son] of Reu,
[son] of Peleg,
[son] of Eber,
[son] of Shelah,
36
[son] of Cainan,
[son] of Arpachshad,
[son] of Shem,
[son] of Noah,
[son] of Lamech,
37
[son] of Methuselah,
[son] of Enoch,
[son] of Jared,
[son] of Mahalaleel,
[son] of Cainan,
38
[son] of Enosh,
[son] of Seth,
[son] of Adam,
[son] of God.

CNC=3. INC=3  1 Thread.

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LUKE CHAPTER 4

1 Now Jesus, [one] full [not verb 'filled' but adjective 'full', plhrhV] of holy spirit, turned away from [apo] the Jordan, and he was led about in the spirit in the desolate [place].
2 for 40 days [40 months during the gap in the presence before the Revelation of John appeared?] while being tempted by [upo] the Devil. Furthermore, he ate nothing in those days, and so, when they were concluded, he felt hungry.
3 At this the Devil said to him: If a son you are of God, tell this stone to become a loaf [of bread] [artoV].
4 But Jesus replied to him: It is written, 'Man must not live on bread [artw] alone.'
5 So he brought him up and showed him all the kingdoms of the inhabited [earth] in an instant of time;
6 and the Devil said to him: I will give you all this authority and the glory of them, because it has been delivered to me, and to whomever I wish I give it.
7 You, therefore, if you do an act of worship before me, it will all be yours.
8 In reply Jesus said to him: It is written, '[The] Lord, your God you must worship, and it is to him alone you must render-sacred-service.'
9 Now he led him into Jerusalem [the name first used for Melchizedek's earthly administration of the true religion] and stationed [him] upon the apex of the temple and said to him: If a son you are of God, hurl yourself down [katw] from here;
10 for it is written that, 'To his angels he will give-a-charge concerning you, to preserve you,'
11 and that, 'They will carry you on hands, that you may not anytime strike your foot against a stone.'
12 In answer Devil said to him: It is said, 'You must not test [the] Lord, your God.'
13 So the Devil, having concluded all the temptation, retired from him until an appointed-time [kairou] (Luke 4).

CNC = 26
Luke INC Jesus, Jordan, Spirit, Days?hour, Son of God, Stone, Loaf, Man, (Bread), Kingdoms, Instant of Time, Authority, Glory, Lord, God, Jerusalem, Apex of Temple, Angels, Temptation, Appointed-time = 19

Matthew 4:1-11 and Mark 1:12-13 and Luke 4:1-13 are parallel acounts of Jesus' temptation by Satan.

10 No calamity will befall you, And not even a plague will draw near to your tent.
11 For he will give his own angels a command concerning you, To guard you in all your ways.
12 Upon their hands they will carry you, That you may not strike your foot against any stone (Psalm 91).

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14
Now Jesus returned in the power of the spirit into Galilee. And talk concerning him spread out according to [kata] the whole of the surrounding-country [pericwrou].

15
Also, he began to teach in their synagogues, being glorified by all.
16
And he came to Nazareth, where he had been reared. And according to his custom [eiwqoV - past participle] on the day of the Sabbaths, [i.e. every Sabbath] he entered into the synagogue, and he stood up to read.
17
So the scroll of the prophet, Isaiah was handed him, and he opened the scroll and found the place where it was written:
18
[The] spirit of [the] Lord is upon me, because he anointed me to declare-good-news to the poor [ones], he sent me forth to preach to the captives a release and to the blind [ones] a looking-up [anablepyiV] [said to be a noun, not a participle by Mounce and by Strong] and to send away the [ones] having been crushed in a release,
19
to preach the acceptable revolution/year [eniauton] of [the] Lord.
20
With that he rolled up the scroll, handed it back to the attendant and sat down; and the eyes of all [ones] in the synagogue were looking-intently to him.
21
But he started to say to them: Today [adverb] this scripture [grafh] has been fulfilled in your ears. [a metaphor, meaning in your hearing, similar to 'it seemed good in his eyes']
22
And all were witnessing to him and were wondering upon [epi] the words of the gracefulness, the [ones] proceeding out of [ek] the mouth of him, and they were saying: This is a son of Joseph, is it not?
23
At this he said to them: Certainly you will say this parable to me [like this], 'Healer, cure yourself. As many [things] as we heard having happened in Capernaum do also here in your father-town [this being the application to Jesus not the parable].'
24
But he said: Truly I tell you that no prophet is accepted in his father-town.

CNC = 27
INC Jesus, Power of Spirit, Galilee, Talk, Synagogue, Nazareth, Day of Sabbaths, Scroll of Prophet, Scroll of Isaiah, Scroll, Place, Spirit, Captives, Release, Looking-up, Revolution, Attendant, Eyes, Scripture, Words of Gracefullness, Mouth, Son of Joseph, Parable, Capernaum, Father-town = 25 

25 [For example] I tell you in truth, There were many widows in Israel in the days of Elijah, when the heaven was shut up 3 years and 6 months, as/when [wV used in temporal comparison not symbolic comparison] a great famine occurred upon all the earth/land,
26
yet Elijah was sent to none of them, but only to Zarephath of the Sidon to [proV] a woman, a widow.
27
Also, there were many leprous [ones] in Israel upon [epi] (at the time of) Elisha, the prophet [prepositional genitive], yet not one of them was cleansed, but only Naaman, the Syrian.

CNC (9,4,5)=18
INC Truth, Widows, Israel, Days of Elijah, Heaven, Years, Months, Famine, Land, Elijah, Zarephath, Woman, Elisha, Prophet, Naaman, Syrian = 16

28 Now all those hearing these [things] in the synagogue became filled of anger [genitive indirect object];
29
and they rose up and threw him out [exebalon], [to the] outside [exw] [adverb static so used substantively] of the city, and they led him until [ewV] the brow of the mountain upon which their city had been built, in order to throw him down headlong.
30
But he went through the midst of them and continued-going.

CNC=3
Total LCNC = 27 + 18 + 3 = 48 (3 threads).
Total LINC Jesus, Power of Spirit, Galilee, Talk, Synagogue, Nazareth, Day of Sabbaths, (Scroll of Prophet), Scroll of Isaiah, Scroll, Place, Spirit, Captives, Release, Looking-up, Revolution, Attendant, Eyes, Scripture, Words of Gracefullness, Mouth, Son of Joseph, Parable, Capernaum, Father-town, Truth, Widows, Israel, Days of Elijah, Heaven, Years, Months, Famine, Land, Elijah, Zarephath, Woman, Elisha, Prophet, Naaman, Syrian, Anger, Brow of Mountain = 42. 

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31 And he went down to Capernaum, a city of Galilee. And he was teaching them in the Sabbaths.
32
and they were astounded at his
teaching, because his word/speech was with [en] authority.
33
Now in the synagogue there was a man having a spirit of an unclean demon, and he shouted with a loud voice:
34
Ah! What have we to do with you Jesus, Nazarene? Did you come to destroy us? I know you, who you are, the Holy [one] of the God.
35
But Jesus rebuked it, saying: Be silent, and come out of him. And having thrown him into the midst? [of them], the demon came out from him without hurting him.
36
And astonishment fell upon all, and they began to converse with one another, saying: What is this word/speech, because with authority and power he orders the unclean spirits, and out they come?
37
So the report [hcoV] concerning him kept going out into every place of the surrounding-country [pericwpou] (Luke 4).

CNC (3,3,4,2,2,5,2)=21
INC Luke: Capernaum, City of Galilee, Sabbaths, Teaching, Word, Authority, Synagogue, Man, (Spirit of Demon), Voice, Jesus, Nazarene, Demon, Astonishment, Power, Spirits, Report, Place = 17

Luke 4:31-37 and Mark 1:22-28 are parallel.

And immediately to the Sabbaths [i.e. on the first available Sabbath] having entered into the synagogue he was teaching.
22
And they were astounded at his teaching, for there he was teaching them as [wV] [one] having authority, and not as [wV] the scribes.
23
Also, instantly there was in their synagogue a man with [en] an unclean spirit, and he shouted,
24
saying: What have we to do with you Jesus, Nazarene? Did you come to destroy us? I know you, who you are, the Holy [one] of God.
25
But Jesus rebuked it, saying: Be silent, and come on out of him!
26
And having convulsed him, and having yelled with a loud voice, the spirit, the unclean [one], came forth out of him.
27
Well, all [ones] were astonished so that they were discussing [matters], saying: What is this? A new teaching? With (kata) authority, he gives-orders even to the spirits, the unclean [ones] and they obey him.
28
So the message [akoh] about him spread out immediately everywhere into the entire surrounding-country [pericwron] of Galilee (Mark 1).

LCNC (2,1,3,2,1,2,3,1)=15
INC  Mark: Sabbaths, Synagogue, Teaching, Man, Spirit, Jesus, Nazarene, Voice, Authority, Message = 10

Total CNC = 21 + 15 = 36
Total INC: Capernaum, City of Galilee, Sabbaths, Teaching, Word, Authority, Synagogue, Man, Spirit, Voice, Jesus, Nazarene, Demon, Astonishment, Power, Report, Place, Message = 18

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38
Now having stood up from [apo] the synagogue he entered into the home of Simon. But [the] mother-in-law of Simon was distressed with a high fever, and they made request of him about her.
39
And having stood-upon [i.e. stationed himself] above/upon top [epanw, adverbial phrase, used as improper preposition with genitive, it does not mean on top of here. Jesus did not jump on a sick woman!] of her, he rebuked the fever, and it left her. Instantly she rose and began ministering to them.

CNC = 5
INC Synagogue, Home of Simon, Mother-in-law of Simon, Fever = 4

Matthew 8:14-15 and Mark 1:29-31 and Luke 4:38-39 are parallel because once Jesus had cured Peter's mother-in-law of a fever, she was not going to be getting a fever again for a long time. Her immune system would have been good with fevers after that, very good with fevers!!

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40 Now [upon - implied epi] the sun setting all [ones] as many as were having [ones] being sick with [dative] various sicknesses brought them to him. But the [Jesus], putting the hands upon each one of them, was curing them.
41
Now Demons were also coming out from many, crying out and saying: You are the Son of the God. But, rebuking them, he would not permit them to speak, because they knew him to be the Christ.

CNC = 6
INC  Sun, Sicknesses, Hands, Demons, Son of God, Christ = 6

Mark 1:32-34 and Matthew 8:16-17 and Luke 4:40-41 are parallel. 

Parallel accounts do not count correctly by themselves, this is how we know that they need another piece.

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42 However, [at the time] of day having occurred, he went out and proceeded into a lonely place [having gone out to pray during the night and then returned - see Mark 1:35]. But the crowds began hunting about for him and came out as far as he was, and they tried to detain him from going away from them.
43
But the [one] said to them that: also to other cities it is necessary [for] me to declare-as-good-news the kingdom of God, because for this I was sent forth.
44
And [so] he was preaching into the synagogues of Judea [this is not parallel to Mark 1:39].

CNC = 6 (1 thread).
INC Day, Place, Crowds, Cities, Kingdom of God, Synagogues of Judea = 6

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LUKE CHAPTER 5
1
Now it happened at the [time] the crowd [oclon] was pressing close upon him and listening to the word of God [Not Moses, but Jesus], and he was standing beside the lake of Gennesaret [the lake of Galilee, not in Judea].
2
And he saw 2 boats [church administrations] docked beside the lake, but the fishermen [literally - salty one - i.e. seaman, i.e. fisherman. Word1&2: Salt of the earth, genuine Christians, salty ones] had alighted from them and were washing off their nets [cleansing their neural nets for new understandings, they leave their administrative position, but not the church itself, to rethink].
3
Going aboard one [eiV] [a pronoun] of the boats, which [one] was of Simon, he asked him to pull away a bit from land [Separate yourself from Jewish system/from Babylon]. Then [de] having sat down [at the right hand of Majesty after his resurrection, as a God in 33, then he sat down ruling as a king in 1914], he was teaching the crowds out of [ek] the boat [from a distance, a journey of faith from the world to the church across the bible].
4
When he ceased speaking [75Nisan and 2001Tishri30 when he ceased to be present], he said to Simon [FDS1/3]: Pull out to the deep-part, and lower your nets for a catch [deep understandings].
5
But Simon answered: Instructor [Paul/Gordon], having toiled throughout [the] whole night [of the gap in the presence] we took nothing, but at your bidding I will lower the nets.
6
Well, when they did this, they enclosed a great multitude [plhqoV] of fishes. Actually, their nets began ripping apart.
7
So they signaled to the [ones] sharing [metocoV is an adjective, c.f. koinwnoV, a noun] in the other boat, of the [ones] having come to assist them. And they came, and they filled both the boats [accusative], so that they began to sink.
8
Seeing this, Simon, Peter fell down at the knees of Jesus [Word1&2: To be rebaptized], saying: Depart from me, because I am a sinful man [anhr], Lord.
9
For astonishment overwhelmed him and all the [ones] with him at the catch of fishes which they took-together.
10
And similarly [it overwhelmed] both James and John, [the] sons of Zebedee, who were partners [koinwnoV, a noun which when used as an adjective takes the same meaning as koinoV - Liddell and Scott and Mounce. Strong's incorrectly has this as an adjective] with [dative] Simon. But Jesus said to Simon: Stop being afraid. From now on you will be catching men [anqropoV] alive.
11
So having led down/beached the boats upon the land [losing the water baptism, their separation from the land, TCC2 lost it in 444Tishri, we lose it on 2007Elul11, both sets of two boats lose their water baptisms], having abandoned everything, they followed him.

CNC (2,4,4,4,4,2,2,5,2,8,2) = 39 (3 threads)
INC Crowd, Lake of Gennesaret, Boats, Lake, Fishermen, Nets, Land, Simon, Deep-part, Catch, Instructor, Night, Multitude of fishes, Peter, Knees of Jesus, Man [anhr], Lord, Astonishment, (Catch of fishes), James, John, Sons of Zebedee, Partners, Jesus, Men [anqropoV] = 24

plhqoV, Multitude, or 'a large number of' cannot be symbolically interpreted so it does not count for the INC. The INC is an interpretable noun count. It is not substantive it is quantitive. So 'multitude of fishes' gives us 'fishes', and since we have 'catch', we have 'catch of fishes'

Crowd (2), Word of God, Lake of Gennesaret, Boats (6), Lake (2), Fishermen (1), Nets (4), Land (2), Simon (5/6), Deep-part, Catch (2), Instructor, Night, Multitude of fishes, Peter (1), Knees of Jesus, Man [anhr] (1), Lord, Astonishment, Catch of fishes, James (1), John (1), Sons of Zebedee, Partners, Jesus (1), Men [anqropoV] (1)

Simon 5 or 6?? But then how do you get 3 guys? One of the boats does not use the word boat possessively it is not the boat's one. But the boat which was of Simon is Simon's boat this uses Simon possessively. James and John are James and John, Zebedee is Russell.

The bible is the lake, the surface water is the literal meaning, then the event symbolic layer, then the word symbolic layer, then all the noun counts and sentence counts and cryptic stuff layer. The deeper waters have the larger fish.

Multiple Designations: Instructor and Jesus and Lord. Simon and Peter and Man.

The Greek word for fisherman [alieuV] literally means a salty-one. The word only appears once in the account and so can only take its actual Greek meaning. But since it has two Greek meanings, the literal one and the implied one and since it takes the implied one (fishermen) in the literal thread, we give it the literal meaning in the word threads. Salty-men, genuine Christians, the salt of the earth.

Lake=Bible, Net=Neural Net, Fishes=Understandings, Boat=Church Administration (FDS1/2/3/4), Simon=Simon, Peter in Word 1, he repents and joins John and a James, the writer of the letter, the second president of FDS2, not the brother of John. In Word2 Simon is Head of GNS2 (the present head of the Watchtower, a man apparently called Simon!!!). Zebedee = Russell. Land = God's organisation. Instructor=Paul then Gordon, Lord=Paul then Gordon, Jesus=Jesus, Crowd=congregations of TCC2 then TCC4, Crowds=False churches, individuals within them are taught through GNS1/2 in large numbers. 

Due to the substitution of Peter for Simon in Word2, the head of GNS2, this chap called Simon, does not catch men alive, he does not repent, but a Peter, does repent from the Watchtower and join TCC4. In other words GNS2 is split into arrogant Simons and humble Peters.

The second boat is not said to have left the land, the boats are not said to be led to the land, but led upon the land. However not everyone gets out of the Watchtower boat! Nominatives can substitute datives.

These decoded understandings, these fishes that nearly break our brains, are the unleavened bread of the passover, that is eaten in haste at and before Armageddon. Armageddon is the time of the greatest bible research ever!!!

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12
And [this] occurred whilst he was in one [
pronoun] of the cities [partitive genitive], look! a man [anhr], [one] full [plhrhV] of leprosy! But having seen the Jesus he fell upon [his] face and begged him, saying: Lord, if you just want to, you can cleanse me.
13
And [so], stretching out his hand, he touched him, saying: I want to. Be cleansed. And immediately the leprosy vanished from him.
14
And he gave him orders to tell nobody: But go off and show yourself to the priest, and make-an-offering about your cleansing, just as [kaqwV] Moses directed, for a witness to them.
15
But the word about him was spreading the more, and many crowds would come together to listen and to be cured from the weaknesses [asqeneiwn] of them.
16
However, he was [one] retiring in the
desolate [places] [erhmoV adjective] and praying.

LCNC = 13 (1 thread)
SCNC = 1
INC Luke: Cities, Man, Jesus, Face, Lord, Hand, Leprosy, Priest, Cleansing, Witness, Word, Crowds, Weaknesses = 13

Matthew 8:1-4 and Mark 1:38-45 and Luke 5:12-16 are parallel.

erhmoV is an adjective or a noun according to Mounce and Bauer. It means wilderness or desert as a noun and desolate as an adjective, hence desolate [place] as a noun. But it is an adjective, and an adjective used substantively, even if it is normally used substantively, it does not count as a noun.

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17
And it happened in one of the
days that he was teaching, and Pharisees and law-teachers were sitting [in] who had come out of [ek] [pretty much] every village of Galilee and [village of] Judea and Jerusalem [every village means 'pretty much every village'] and [the] power of the Lord was [there] for him to be healing.
18
And, look! males [andreV] carrying on a bed [klnhV] a man [anqrwpon] who was [one] having been paralyzed, and they were seeking to bring him in and to place him before him.
19
So, not finding any-kind-of [way] to bring him in due to the crowd, having climbed up on the roof [dwma], they let him down, together with the little-bed [klinidiw], through the tiles into the midst [of the place] in front of [emprosqen] Jesus.
20
And when he saw their faith he said: Man, your sins are forgiven you.
21
Thereupon the Scribes and the Pharisees started to reason, saying: Who is this that is speaking blasphemies? Who is able to forgive sins except the God alone?
22
But Jesus, discerning their reasonings [dialogismoV], having answered said to them: What are you reasoning out in your hearts?
23
Which is easier, to say, 'Your sins are forgiven you,' or to say, 'Get up and walk'?
24
But in order for you to know that the Son of man has authority on the earth to forgive sins, he said to the [one] having been paralyzed: I say to you, Get up and pick up your little-bed and be going to your home.
25
And instantly he rose up before [enwpion] them, picked up what he used to lie on and went off to his home, glorifying God.
26
Then ecstasy seized all, and they were glorifying the God, and they became-filled of fear [genitive indirect object], saying that: We have seen strange [things] today!

CNC  = 38
INC Days, Pharisees, Law-teachers, Village of Galilee, Village of Judea, Jerusalem, Power of Lord, Males, Bed, Man, Crowd, Roof, Little-bed, Tiles, Jesus, Faith, Sins, Scribes, Pharisees, Blasphemies, God, Reasonings, Hearts, Son of man, Authority, Earth, Home, Ecstasy, Fear = 29

Matthew 9:2-8 and Mark 2:1-12 and Luke 5:17-26 are parallel.

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27 Now after these things he went out and beheld a tax-collector, Levi in name sitting at the tax-office, and he said to him: Be following me.
28
And leaving everything behind he rose up and went following him.
29
Also, Levi spread a big banquet for him in his house; and there was a great crowd of tax-collectors and others who were with them reclining.
30
At this the Pharisees and their scribes began murmuring to his disciples, saying: Why is it you eat and drink with tax-collectors and sinful [ones]?
31
In reply Jesus said to them: The healthy [ones] have no need of a healer, rather the [ones] having [fared] badly.
32
I have come to call, not righteous [ones], but sinful [ones] into repentance.
33
They said to him: The disciples of John fast frequently and offer supplications, and likewise [omoiwV] the [ones] of the Pharisees, but yours eat and drink.
34
Jesus said to them: You cannot make the sons of the bridal-chamber fast whilst the bridegroom is with them, [can you]?
35
Yet days will come when the bridegroom will indeed be taken away from them; then they will fast in those days.

36 Now he was also telling them a parable that: No one having torn a patch from a new outer-garment puts it upon an old outer-garment; for otherwise truly both the new [piece] will tear away and will not match with the patch, the [one] from the new [material].
37
And, no one pours young wine into old skins; for otherwise truly the wine, the young will burst the skins, and it will be spilled out and the skins will be ruined.
38
Rather young wine is poured into new skins.
39
No one having drunk the old wants [the] young. He says, 'The old is nice.'

LCNC (4,0,4,4,1,1,2,1,0,1,0,0,0) = 18
SCNC 6+11 = 17
LINC Tax-collector, Levi, Name, Tax-office, Banquet, House, Crowd of tax-collectors, Pharisees, Scribes, Disciples, Jesus, Repentance, Disciples of John, Supplications, Parable = 15
SINC: Need of Healer, Sons of Bridal Chamber, Bridegroom, Days, Patch, Outer-garment, Wine, Skins  = 8
 

Matthew 9:9-17 and Mark 2:13-22 and Luke 5:27-39 are parallel.

Matthew, the apostle (be my follower) was Levi the son of Alphaeus, the father of the apostle James. 

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LUKE CHAPTER 6
1
Now on a Sabbath he happened to be passing through sown [areas], and his disciples were plucking and eating the heads-of-grain, rubbing [them] with [their] hands.
2
But some of the Pharisees said: Why are you doing what is not lawful for the Sabbaths?
3
But having answered Jesus said to them: Have you not read the very thing David did when he became hungry, he and the [ones] with him?
4
[It reads] like [wV] he entered into the house of God and having taken the loaves of presentation, he ate and gave to the [ones] with him, which it is not lawful for [anyone] to eat except the priests?
5
And he went on to say to them: The Son of the man is Lord of the Sabbath.

CNC = 10 
INC Sabbath, Disciples, Heads-of-grain, Hands, Pharisees, Jesus, David, Son of the man, Lord of Sabbath = 9

Mark 2:23-28 and Matthew 12:1-8 and Luke 6:1-5 are parallel.

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6
Now it happened in a different Sabbath [from the grain eating above] [that] he entered into the synagogue and began teaching. And a man [anqrwpoV] was there and the hand of him, the right [one] was was withered.
7
The Scribes and the Pharisees were now watching him closely to see whether he would cure on the Sabbath, in order that they might find [something] to accuse him of.
8
He, however, knew their reasonings, [dialogismoV] yet he said to the male [andreV], the [one] having the withered hand: Get up and stand in the midst. And having risen he stood [there].
9
Then Jesus said to them: I ask you: Is it lawful on the Sabbath to do good or to do bad, to save or to destroy a soul?
10
And after looking around at them all, he said to him: Stretch out your hand. So the [one] did, and his hand was restored.
11
But they became-filled of madness [genitive direct object - not possessive], and they began to talk over with one another what they might do to Jesus.

CNC = 15
INC Sabbath, Synagogue, Man, Hand, Scribes, Pharisees, Reasonings, Male, Jesus, Madness  = 10

Matthew 12:9-14 and Mark 3:1-6 and Luke 6:6-11 are parallel.

Matthew refers to the disciples eating grain on several Sabbaths and entering into the synagogue to cure the man with the withered hand on one of these Sabbaths, and Luke refers to them entering into a synagogue on a different Sabbath to their eating grain. These two are therfore saying the same thing.

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12
Now it happened in these days [that] he went out into the mountain to pray, and he passed-the-whole-night in the prayer of the God.
13
But when it became day he summoned his disciples and chose from them 12, whom he also named apostles:
14
Simon, whom he also named Peter, and Andrew, the brother of him, and James and John, and Philip and Bartholomew,
15
and Matthew and Thomas, and James of Alphaeus, and Simon, the [one] being called Zealot [zhlwthV]
16
and Judas of James, and Judas, Iscariot [iskariwq, meaning of Iskar, of Issachar, like Yahweh Sabioth, a Hebrew title so does not count], who became [his] betrayer.
17 And he came down with them and took his station on a level place

CNC = 23
INC Day24hour, Mountain, Prayer, Day12hour, Disciples, Apostles, Simon, Peter, Andrew, Brother, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, James of Alphaeus, Zealot, (Judas of James), Judas, Betrayer, Place = 21

Matthew 10:1-4 is NOT parallel to Mark 3:13-19 and Luke 6:12-16 which are parallel. Matthew is set after he summoned the 12, whereas Mark and Luke are set when he summons them. But Matthew describes Jesus giving the 12 authority over demons as does Mark. Needs to be recounted!!!

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The Sermon on the level plain!


17
... and there was a great crowd of his disciples, and a great multitude of people from all of Judea and Jerusalem and the maritime country of Tyre and Sidon, who came to hear him and be healed of their sicknesses.
18
Even those troubled with unclean spirits were cured.
19
And all the crowd were seeking to touch him, because power was going out of him and healing them all.
20
And he lifted up his eyes upon his disciples and began to say: Happy are you poor, because yours is the kingdom of God.
21
Happy are you who hunger now, because you will be filled. Happy are you who weep now, because you will laugh.
22
Happy are you whenever men hate you, and whenever they exclude you and reproach you and cast out your name as wicked for the sake of the Son of man.
23
Rejoice in that day and leap, for, look! Your reward is great in heaven, for those are the same things their forefathers used to do to the prophets.
24
But woe to you rich persons, because you are having your consolation in full.
25
Woe to you who are filled up now, because you will go hungry. Woe, you who are laughing now, because you will mourn and weep.
26
Woe, whenever all men speak well of you, for things like these are what their forefathers did to the false prophets.
27
But I say to you who are listening, Continue to love your enemies, to do good to those hating you,
28
to bless those cursing you, to pray for those who are insulting you.
29
To him that strikes you on the one cheek, offer the other also; and from him that takes away your outer garment, do not withhold even the undergarment.
30
Give to everyone asking you, and from the one taking your things away do not ask [them] back.
31
Also, just as you want men to do to you, do the same way to them.
32
And if you love those loving you, of what credit is it to you? For even the sinners love those loving them.
33
And if you do good to those doing good to you, really of what credit is it to you? Even the sinners do the same.
34
Also, if you lend [without interest] to those from whom you hope to receive, of what credit is it to you? Even sinners lend [without interest] to sinners that they may get back as much.
35
To the contrary, continue to love your enemies and to do good and to lend [without interest], not hoping for anything back; and your reward will be great, and you will be sons of the Most High, because he is kind toward the unthankful and wicked.
36
Continue becoming merciful, just as your Father is merciful.
37
Moreover, stop judging, and you will by no means be judged; and stop condemning, and you will by no means be condemned. Keep on releasing, and you will be released.
38
Practice giving, and people will give to you. They will pour into your laps a fine measure, pressed down, shaken together and overflowing. For with the measure that you are measuring out, they will measure out to you in return.
39
Then he also spoke an illustration to them: A blind man cannot guide a blind man, can he? Both will tumble into a pit, will they not?
40
A pupil is not above his teacher, but everyone that is perfectly instructed will be like his teacher.
41
Why, then, do you look at the straw that is in your brother's eye, but do not observe the rafter that is in your own eye?
42
How can you say to your brother, 'Brother, allow me to extract the straw that is in your eye,' while you yourself are not looking at the rafter in that eye of yours? Hypocrite! First extract the rafter from your own eye, and then you will see clearly how to extract the straw that is in your brother's eye.
43
For there is not a fine tree producing rotten fruit; again there is not a rotten tree producing fine fruit.
44
For each tree is known by its own fruit. For example, people do not gather figs from thorns, nor do they cut grapes off a thornbush.
45
A good man brings forth good out of the good treasure of his heart, but a wicked man brings forth what is wicked out of his wicked [treasure]; for out of the heart's abundance his mouth speaks.
46
Why, then, do you call me 'Lord! Lord!' but do not do the things I say?
47
Everyone that comes to me and hears my words and does them, I will show you whom he is like:
48
He is like a man building a house, who dug and went down deep and laid a foundation upon the rock-mass. Consequently, when a flood arose, the river dashed against that house, but was not strong enough to shake it, because of its being well built.
49
On the other hand, he who hears and does not do, is like a man who built a house upon the ground without a foundation. Against it the river dashed, and immediately it collapsed, and the ruin of that house became great.

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LUKE CHAPTER 7
1
Because [epeide] he had completed all his sayings [rhmata] into the listening-ears [akoaV] of the people, he entered into Capernaum.
2
But a slave [douloV] of a certain centurion, who was dear to him, was holding badly and was about to pass away.
3
But having heard about Jesus, he sent forth to him, older-men of the Jews asking him so that having come he would bring through his slave.
4
Then those that came up to Jesus began to entreat him earnestly, saying: He is a worthy [one] for whom you might confer this,
5
for he loves our nation and he himself built the synagogue for us.
6
So Jesus started off with them. But when he was not far [makran an adverb] from the house, the centurion had already sent devoted [ones] saying to him: Lord, do not bother yourself, for I am not fit to have you come in under my roof.
7
Through which I did not consider myself worthy to come to you. But say the word, and let my boy [paiV] be healed.
8
For I too am a man [anqrwpoV] placed under authority, having soldiers under me, and I say to this one, 'Go!' and he goes, and to another, 'Come!' and he comes, and to my slave, 'Do this!' and he does it.
9
Well, when Jesus heard these things he marveled at him, and having turned to the crowd following him, he said: I tell you, Not even in Israel have I found so-great a faith.
10
And having returned into the house, the [ones] having been sent found the slave being healthy.

CNC (3,1,3,1,2,5,2,4,4,2) = 27
INC  Sayings, Listening-ears, Capernaum, (Slave of centurion), Jesus, Older-men of Jews, Slave, Nation, Synagogue, House, Centurion, Lord, Roof, Word, Boy, Man, Authority, Soldiers, Crowd, Israel, Faith = 20

11 It came about in the next [thing - i.e. immediately] [not the next day, Nain was 50 miles from Capernaum by Road] [exhV joins the two accounts] he traveled to a city called Nain, and his disciples and a large crowd were traveling with him.
12 As he got near the gate of the city, why, look! there was being carried out, having died, the only-begotten son to his mother. And, she was a widow. A considerable crowd of the city was also with her.
13 And when the Lord caught sight of her, he was moved-with-pity for her, and he said to her: Don't weep.
14 With that he approached and grasped of coffin [aptw, takes a genitive direct object in middle voice - the Greek voice between active and passive, a generalised reflexive], and the [ones] bearing stood still, and he said: Young-man, [Neaniske] I say to you, Get up!
15 And the dead [one] [nekroV] sat up and started to speak, and he gave him to his mother.
16 Now fear seized them all, and they began to glorify God, saying: A great prophet has been raised up among us, and, God has turned his attention to his people.
17 And the word this concerning him spread out into all Judea and all the surrounding [country] [pericwron] (Luke 7).  
CNC (4,5,1,2,1,5,2) =20
INC: City, Nain, Disciples, Crowd, Gate of the City, Son, Mother, Widow, (Crowd of the city), Lord, Coffin, Young-man, Fear, God, Prophet, People, Word, Judea = 17

Total CNC Luke 7:1-17: 27+20 = 47
Total Luke INC Sayings, Listening-ears, Capernaum, (Slave of centurion), Jesus, Older-men of Jews, Slave, Nation, Synagogue, House, Centurion, Lord, Roof, Word, Boy, Man, Authority, Soldiers, Crowd, Israel, Faith, City, Nain, Disciples, Gate of the city, Son, Mother, Widow, (Crowd of City), Coffin, Young-man, Fear, God, Prophet, People, Judea = 34

Parallel with Matthew 8:5-13

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18
Now they reported back to John, the disciples of him.
19
So John, having summoned a certain 2 of his disciples [partitive genitive] sent them to the Lord to say: Are you the [one] coming or are we to expect a different [one]?
20
When they came up to him the males [andreV] said: John, the Baptist dispatched us to you to say, 'Are you the [one] coming or are we to expect another?'
21
In that hour he cured many [this being his answer] from sicknesses and scourges and wicked spirits, and permitted many blind [ones] to see.
22
And having answered he said to them: Go, report to John what you saw and heard, blind [ones] are seeing again, lame [ones] are walking, leprous [ones] are being cleansed and the deaf [ones] are hearing, dead [ones] are being raised up, the poor [ones] are being told-the-good-news.
23
And happy is he who has not stumbled over me.

CNC (2,2,3,4,1,0) = 13
INC John, Disciples, Lord, Males, Baptist, Hour, Sicknesses, Scourges, Spirits = 9

24 But [at the time - epi] of the messengers [aggelwn] of John having gone off [this is a continuation of the account above being more about John], he started to say to the crowds about John: What did you go out into the desolate [place] to behold? A reed being tossed under a wind [anemou]? [literally this is sarcasm. In the greater meaning it is a ruler being led by public opinion]?
25
What, then, did you go out to see? A man [anqtwpon] dressed in soft outer-garments? Look! The [ones] existing in splendid clothing and in luxury are in royal [houses].
26
But, what did you go out to see? A prophet? Yes, I tell you, and much more [perissoteron] than/of a prophet [prophet's more does not exist, this is a non susbtantive comparative genitive].
27
This is [the one] about whom it is written, 'Look! I am sending forth my angel before your face, who will prepare your way ahead [emprosqen] of you.'
28
I tell you, in [ones] generated of women [regular possessive genitive] no one is greater [one] than/of John [no one is John's greater one]; but the least [one] [relative superlative] in the kingdom of God [any 1NC king, as all disciples of both John and Jesus were covenanted to be during Jesus' ministry if they do not lose faith] is greater than/of him.
29
And all the
people having heard [this] even the tax-collectors, declared God righteous, they having been baptized with the baptism of John.
30
But the Pharisees and the law-teaching [ones] disregarded the counsel of God to them, they not having been baptized by him.
31
To whom, therefore, shall I compare the men of this generation, and to whom are they like [omoioi]?
32
They are like little-children sitting in a marketplace and crying out to one another, who say, 'We played-the-flute for you, but you did not dance; we wailed, but you did not weep.'
33
For, John, the Baptist has come neither eating bread nor drinking wine, but you say, 'He has a demon.'
34
The Son of the man has come eating and drinking, and you say, 'Look! A man [anqrwpoV], a glutton and a wine-drinker, beloved [filoV] of tax-collectors and sinful [ones]! 
35
But the wisdom was proved righteous by all its children [teknwn].

LCNC 13 + 31 = 44
LINC John, Disciples, Lord, Males, Baptist, Hour, Sicknesses, Scourges, Spirits, (Angels/Messengers of John), Crowds, Reed, Wind, Man, Outer-garments, Clothing, Luxury, Prophet, Angel/Messenger, Face, Kingdom of God, People, Tax-collectors, God, Baptism of John, Pharisees, Counsel of God, Men of Generation, Bread, Wine, Demon, Son of man, Glutton, Wine-drinker, Wisdom = 34

Luke 7:18-35 and Matthew 11:2-19 are parallel.

Interpreting Baptist 'BaptisthV' gives us Baptism, 'Baptisma', and since we have John, we therefore have 'Baptism of John'. 

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36 Now a certain one [tiV] of the Pharisees, kept asking him to dine with him. Accordingly having entered into the house of the Pharisee, he reclined.
37
And, look! a woman who was sinful [known] in the city, learned that he was reclining in the house of the Pharisee, and she brought an alabaster-case of perfumed oil [muron] [not myrrh],
38
and, standing behind beside his feet, she wept and started to wet his feet with her tears and she would wipe them off with the hairs of her head. Also, she tenderly kissed his feet and greased [them] with the perfumed oil.
39
Now having seen [this] the Pharisee, the [one] having invited him, said within himself: This one, if he was the prophet, would likely know who and of what sort the woman [is] that is touching him, that she is a sinful [one].
40
But replying the Jesus said to him: Simon, I have something to say to you. He said: Instructor, say it!
41
2 [ones] were debtors to a lender, a certain [one], the one owed 500 denarii, but the other for 50 [Parable has 3 threads?].
42
When they did not have anything with which to pay back, he freely forgave them both. Therefore, which of them will love him the more?
43
In answer Simon said: I suppose it is the one to whom he freely forgave the more. The [one] said to him: You judged correctly.
44
And having turned towards the woman he said to Simon: Do you behold this woman? I entered into your house; you gave me no water on [the] feet. But this [one] wet my feet with tears and wiped them off with her hairs.
45
You gave me no kiss; but this [one], from which [hour] that I came in, did not leave off tenderly kissing my feet.
46
You did not grease my head with oil; but this [one] greased my feet with perfumed oil.
47
By virtue [carin - accusative noun acting as an improper preposition - on account of, by reason of etc, not symbolically interpretable, not countable] of this, I tell you, her sins, the many are forgiven, because she loved much; but he who is forgiven little, loves little.
48
Then he said to her: Your sins are forgiven.
49
And those reclining together started to say within themselves: Who is this who even forgives sins?
50
But he said to the woman: Your faith has saved you; go your way into peace.

CNC (2,4,6,3,3,0,0,1,9,2,4,1,1,1,3) = 40 (2 threads)
INC (House of the Pharisee), Woman, City, Alabaster-case, Feet, Tears, (Hairs of head), Perfumed-oil, Pharisee, Prophet, Jesus, Simon, Instructor, House, Water, Hairs, Kiss, Head, Oil, Sins, Faith, Peace = 20

We are saying here that all pharisees and a pharisee and every pharisee all count so one of the pharisees or some of the pharisees or others of the pharisees or half of the pharisees etc must all count. In other words a quantity of pharisees counts!!!

Woman (5), City, Alabaster-case, Feet (7), Tears (2), Perfumed-oil (2), Pharisee (2), Prophet, Jesus (1), Simon (3), Instructor, Debtors, Lender, Denarii, House (3), Water (1), Hairs (2), Kiss (1), Head, Oil (1), Sins (3), Faith, Peace

Simon is Peter, the woman is Bilhah, Jesus' feet are the last first presence remnant, perfumed oil is holy spirit, oil on head is recognising headship. The hairs on her head are the water baptised ones in subjection to Bilhah in FDS2 but not in Bilhah. This story was for Simon Peter in the greater meaning. He joined FDS2. Jesus is a designation for the remnant who are his body, his flesh as Jesus was. Paul does say that women mean covenants, but it appears to me that using a literal woman for those in the covenant of Bilhah is pushing a literal designation. But plainly this woman is Bilhah, the ELC. She could baptise in holy spirit as can Keturah, the 2NC. The pharisee is GNS1. John 11 refers to this?? 

Perhaps this joins to Luke 8 due to the 'next/of subsequence'? Then woman counts 6x and we have 3 threads, so it does not have to be a chaped named Simon. In which case in the other word symbolism we have Keturah, who also wets Jesus' feet with her hair and actually greases his feet with oil, since the remant do not know who is and who is not a 1NC saint. We do not baptise 1NC saints, but recognise the true ones and reject the false ones.

500 and 50 Denarii debts parable: Luke 7:41-43
SCNC = 3 (1 thread)
SINC Debtors, Lender, Denarii = 3 

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LUKE CHAPTER 8
1
And this [the parable of verse 4] happened next [kaqexhV]. He was traveling through according to city and village, preaching and declaring-as-good-news the kingdom of God. And the 12 [were] with him,
2
also women, certain ones who had been cured from wicked spirits and sicknesses, Mary, the [one] called Magdalene, from whom 7 demons had come out,
3
and Joanna, the woman of Chuza, foreman of Herod, and Susanna and many other [women], who were ministering to them from their [things]. [This is an intro to the subsequent account of the parable of the sower. It would make no sense to stop here!]

CNC (3,6,3) = 12 (3 threads).
INC City, Village, Kingdom of God, Women, Spirits, Sicknesses, Mary, Magdalene, Demons, Joanna, Woman of Chuza, (Woman of Foreman of Herod), Susanna = 12

Woman of Foreman of Herod would only need to be interpreted in Word3 which does not exist in this account.

4 But [at the time] [implied epi] of a great crowd collecting together and [of collecting together] of the [ones] going towards him according to city, he spoke through a parable:
5
The [one] sowing went out to sow his seed. And in his sowing, some [seed] indeed fell beside the way and was trampled down, and the birds of heaven ate it up.
6
Some other [seed] fell down upon the rock-mass, and, after sprouting, it dried up through not having moisture.

7
Some other [seed] fell in [the] midst of the thorns, and having grown up together the thorns choked it off.
8
Some other [seed] fell into the earth/soil, the good, and having sprouted it produced fruit a hundredfold. Saying these [things], he proceeded to call out: The [one] having ears to listen, let him listen.

Total CNC = 16
Total INC City, Village, Kingdom of God, Women, Spirits, Sicknesses, Mary, Magdalene, Demons, Joanna, Woman of Chuza, (Woman of Foreman of Herod), Susanna = 12, Crowd, City, Parable, Ears = 16

Matthew 13:1-9 and Mark 4: 1-9 and Luke 8:1-8 are parallel.
Woman of Foreman of Herod would only need to be interpreted in Word3 which does not exist in this account.

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9
But his disciples were asking him what this parable might mean.
10
He said: To you it is granted to understand the sacred-secrets of the kingdom of God, but for the remaining [ones] [it is given] in parables, in order that, by looking, they may not see, and by hearing, they may not understand.
11
Now this is the parable: The seed is the word of God.
12
The [seeds] beside the way are the [ones] that have heard, then the Devil comes and takes away the word from their hearts in order that they may not believe and be saved.
13
But the [seeds] upon the rock-mass [are the ones] who, when they hear [it], are accepting the word with joy, but these have no root; [being the ones] who believe for a season/appointed time, but in a season/appointed time of testing they fall away.
14
But the [seed] having fallen into the thorns, these are the [ones] that have heard, but proceeding under anxieties and riches and pleasures of life, they are choked and fail to mature.
15
But the [seed] [sown] in the fine earth/soil, these are the ones who, having heard the word with a fine {heart} and good heart, retain it and bear-fruit with endurance. [19]

Luke LINC Disciples, Parable, Sacred-secrets of Kingdom of God, Word of God, Word, Heart, Joy, Season, Season of Testing, Anxieties, Riches, Pleasures of Life, Endurance = 13

Sower Parable SCNC = 9
Sower Parable SINC Seed, Way, Birds of Heaven, Rock-mass, Moisture, Thorns, Earth, Fruit = 8 

Mark: Sower parable SINC Way, Bird, Earth, Depth of Earth, Sun, Root, Thorns, Fruit = Matthew = 8

Matthew 13 + Mark 4 + Luke 8 Sower Parable SCNC = 10+11+9=30 (3 threads)
Matthew 13 + Mark 4 + Luke 8 Sower Parable SINC Seed, Way, Birds of Heaven, Rock-mass, Moisture, Thorns, Earth, Fruit, Root, Bird, Depth of Earth, Sun = 12.

Sower Explanation SCNC = 6
Sower Explanation SINC Seed, Way, Rock-mass, Root, Thorns, Earth = 6 (The literal account of Luke has 3 threads and the explanation applies to all 3 symbolic threads of the parable)

Total Luke to do with 'a parable' of verse 4, i.e. up to Luke 8:15 has SCNC = 15 and SINC = 9 (3 threads).

16 But no one, having lit a lamp, covers it by a vessel or puts it underneath a bed, but he puts it on a lampstand, in order that the [ones] going in may behold the light.
17
For there isn't a hidden [thing] that will not become manifest, neither a [thing] carefully concealed that will not become known and turn into a manifest [thing] [successive articulation]
18
Therefore, look carefully at how you listen; for whoever has [doctrinal humility], it will be given to him, but whoever does not have [doctrinal humility], even what he imagines he has [dead fossilized doctrine] will be taken away from him.

19 But his mother and brothers came toward him, but they were unable to meet with him due to the crowd.
20
However, it was reported to him: Your mother and your brothers are standing outside wanting to see you.
21
Answering he said to them: My mother and my brothers, these are the [ones] hearing the word of God and doing it.

LCNC = 19 + 6 = 25.
Luke LINC Disciples,
Parable, Sacred-secrets of Kingdom of God, Word of God, Word, Heart, Joy, Season, Season of Testing, Anxieties, Riches, Pleasures of Life, Endurance = 13, Mother, Brothers, Crowd = 16 

Matthew 13:10-35 and Mark 4:10-34 and Luke 8:9-21 are parallel.

????SCNC = 20
SINC Seed, Way, Birds of Heaven, Rock-mass, Moisture, Thorns, Earth, Fruit, Root, Lamp, Vessel, Bed, Lampstand, Light = 14????

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22
Now it happened in one of the days [these] that he and his disciples stepped into a boat, and he said to them: Let us cross to the other-side [peran] [the - used substantively] of the lake. So they set off.
23
But [at the time] of the sailing of them he fell asleep. And a storm of wind descended into the lake, and they began to fill up with [water] and to be-in-danger.
24
So having come toward him, they roused him, saying: Instructor, Instructor [epistata], we are about to perish! But the [one] having been roused, rebuked the wind and the surge of the water, and they subsided, and a calm set in.
25
Then he said to them: Where is your faith? But having been made-fearful, they marveled, saying to one another: Who really is this, for he orders even the winds and the water, and they obey him?
26
And they sailed down into the country [cwran] of the Gerasenes, which is opposite [antipera adverb used as an improper preposition with the genitive] [of] Galilee.

CNC (3,2,5,3,2) = 15 
INC Days, Disciples, Boat, Storm of Wind, Lake, Instructor, Wind, Surge of Water, Calm, Faith, Water, Country of Gerasenes = 12

27 But in his disembarking onto the land he met a male [anhr], somebody out of the city, having demons. And for a considerable time [cronw] he had not worn an outer-garment, and he was staying, not in a house, but in the memorial-tombs.
28
But having seen Jesus he cried aloud and fell down before him, and in a loud voice he said: What have I to do with you, Jesus, Son of the Most High God? I beg you, do not torment me.
29
For he had been ordering the spirit, the unclean to come out from the man [anqrwpon]. Because at many times [cronoiV] it had possessed him, and he was being bound by chains and being protected by manacles, but breaking through the bonds he was being driven by the demon into the desolate [places].
30
Jesus asked him: What is your name? The [one] said: Legion, because many demons had entered into him.
31
And they kept entreating him not to order them to go away into the abyss.
32
Now a considerable herd of swine was feeding there on the mountain; so they entreated him to permit them to enter into those. And he gave them permission.
33
But the demons, having gone out from the man [anqrwpou] entered into the swine, and the herd rushed over the precipice into the lake and was drowned.
34
But when the [ones] feeding [them] saw what had happened, they fled and reported it to the city and to the fields.
35
So [people] came out to see what had happened, and they came to the Jesus and found the man from whom the demons came out, clothed and sound minded, sitting beside the feet of Jesus; and they became-fearful.
36
Those who had seen it reported to them how the demon-possessed [one] had been saved.
37
So all the multitude [plhqoV] of the surrounding-country [areas] of the Gerasenes asked him to get away from them, because they were held together in great fear. So having stepped aboard the boat, he returned.
38
However, the male from whom the demons had gone out kept begging to continue with him; but he dismissed him, saying:
39
Return to your house, and keep on relating as many [things] as God did for you. Accordingly he went away, proclaiming throughout the whole city as man [things] as Jesus did for him.

CNC (8,4,7,4,1,2,6,2,4,0,3,2,4) = 47
Total Luke INC Days (24 hour), Disciples, Boat, Lake, Storm of Wind, Instructor, Wind, Surge of Water, Calm, Faith, Water, Country of Gerasenes, Galilee, Land, Male, City, Demons, Time, Outer-garment, House, Memorial-tombs, Jesus, Voice, Son of God, Spirit, Man, Times Chains, Manacles, Bonds, Name, Legion, Abyss, (Herd of Swine), Mountain, Swine, Herd, Precipice, Fields, Feet of Jesus, (Multitude), Fear, God = 41

Mark 4:35 - 5:21 and Luke 8:22-39 are Parallel.

Time is used to mean a length of time, and times is used to mean occasions. So it has two literal meanings so it counts twice in the INC.

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40
Now on Jesus returning, the crowd received him [kindly], for they were all expecting him.
41
And look! a male came, [the] name of whom [was] Jairus, and this [one] was a ruler of the synagogue. And having fallen beside the feet of Jesus, he was entreating him to enter into his house,
42
because he had an only-begotten daughter as [wV] of years 12 and she was dying. But on his going the crowds thronged him.
43
And a woman, being with a flow of blood from 12 years, who had not been able to be cured by anyone,
44
approached from behind and touched [hyato] the fringe [genitive direct object] of his outer-garment, and instantly her flow of blood stopped.
45
So Jesus said: Who was it that touched me? When they were all denying it, Peter said: Instructor, the crowds are hemming you in and closely pressing you.
46
But Jesus said: Someone touched me, for I perceived that power went out of me.
47
The woman, having seen that she had not escaped-notice, came trembling and fell down before him and disclosed before all the people the cause for which she touched him and how [wV] she was healed instantly.
48
But he said to her: Daughter, your faith has saved you; go into peace.
49
While he was still speaking, a certain [one] with the synagogue-ruler came, saying that: Your daughter has died; do not bother the teacher any longer.
50
But Jesus, having heard, answered him: Do not fear, only have-faith, and she will be saved.
51
Having come into the house he did not let anyone go in with him except Peter and John and James and the father of the girl and the mother.
52
But all were weeping and beating themselves for her. So he said: Stop weeping, for she did not die but is sleeping.
53
So they were laughing at him, knowing that she had died.
54
But taking hold of her hand [genitive direct object] he called to [her], saying: Girl, get up!
55
And her spirit returned, and she rose instantly, and he ordered [something] to be given her to eat.
56
Well, her parents were outside themselves; but he instructed them to tell no one what had happened.

CNC (2,6,2,2,2,4,2,3,3,3,1,6,0,0,2,1,1) = 40
INC Jesus, Crowd, (Crowds), Male, Name, Jairus, Ruler of Synagogue, Feet of Jesus, House, Daughter, Flow of Blood, Years, Fringe of Outer-garment, Peter, Instructor, Power, Woman, People, Cause, Faith, Peace, (Synagogue-ruler), Teacher, Peter, John, James, Father of Girl, Mother, Hand, Girl, Spirit, Parents = 30

If you interpret 'ruler of the synagogue' then you have the interpretation of 'synagogue-ruler'!

Luke 8:40-56 and Mark 5:22-43 are parallel. Matthew 9:18-26 is not parallel, because the ruler came to Matthew's house and Jesus left with no crowd and the girl died before Jesus cured the woman with the 12 year blood flow. So Jesus resurrected two girls!

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LUKE CHAPTER 9
1
Then he called the 12 together and gave them power and authority upon all the demons and to cure sicknesses.
2
And so he sent them forth to preach the kingdom of God and to heal,
3
and he said to them: Carry nothing into the way, neither staff nor food-pouch, nor bread nor silver [money]; neither have 2 undergarments.
4
But wherever you enter into a house, stay there and go out from there.
5
And whichever [ones] do not receive you, [when] going out from that city shake off the dust [koniorton] from your feet into a witness against them.
6
Then starting out they went through according to the villages, declaring-the-good-news and curing [ones] everywhere.

CNC = 17 
INC Power, Authority, Demons, Sicknesses, Kingdom of God, Way, Staff, Food-pouch, Bread, Silver, Undergarments, House, City, Dust, Feet, Witness, Villages = 17

Matthew 10:5-11:1 and Luke 9:1-6 and Mark 6:7-13 are not parallel.

Mark 6:7-13 is not parallel to Luke 9:1-6 because in Luke Jesus told them not to take a staff but in Mark he told them to take a staff. Neither is Mark 6:7-13 parallel to Matthew 10:5-11:1 because in Matthew Jesus tells them not to take a staff or sandals!

7 Now Herod, the tetriarch heard of all the [things] happening [new focus but sense override?], and he was in-great-perplexity due to its being said by some that John had been raised up from the dead [ones],
8
but by others that Elijah had appeared, but by others that a prophet, a certain one of the ancient [ones] had risen.
9
Herod said: John I beheaded. Who, then, is this about whom I am hearing such [things]? So he was seeking to see him.

CNC = 7
INC Herod, Tetriarch, John, Elijah, Prophet = 5

Total CNC = 17 + 7 = 24 (2 threads)
Total INC Power, Authority, Demons, Sicknesses, Kingdom of God, Way, Staff, Food-pouch, Bread, Silver, Undergarments, House, City, Dust, Feet, Witness, Villages = 17, Herod, Tetriarch, John, Elijah, Prophet = 22

Luke 9:7-9 is not parallel to Mark 6:14-29 and Matthew 14:1-12 and Luke 3:19-20, since in all of these 3 accounts John is alive until the end of the account when he is actually beheaded.

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10 And having returned the apostles recounted to him as many [things] as they had done. With that he took them along and withdrew privately into a city called Bethsaida.
11
But the crowds, getting to know it, followed him. And he received them kindly and began to speak to them about the kingdom of God, and he healed those having need of a cure.
12
But the day started to decline, and having come towards him, the 12 said to him: Dismiss the crowd, in order that having gone into the villages and fields in circle they might lodge down and find provisions, because we are in a lonely place here.
13
But he said to them: You give them [something] to eat. They said: We have not more than 5 loaves and 2 fishes, unless perhaps we ourselves go and buy foodstuffs for all this people.
14
For they were as if [wsei] 5,000 males. But he said to his disciples: Have them recline in groups as if [wsei] up 50.
15
And they did so and had them all recline.
16
But having taken the 5 loaves and the 2 fishes, having looked up into heaven, he blessed them and broke [them] up and began to give [them] to the disciples to put before the crowd.
17
So they all ate and were satisfied, and the [amount] remaining-over was taken up, 12 baskets of fragments.

CNC (3,3,7,4,2,0,5,1) = 25

INC Apostles, City, Bethsaida, Crowd, Kingdom of God, Need of Cure, Day, Villages, Fields, Circle, Provisions, Place, Loaves, Fishes, Foodstuffs, People, Disciples, Groups, Heaven, Baskets of Fragments = 20

John 6:1-15 and Luke 9:10-17 are parallel.

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18 And [this] happened while he was praying according to solitary [places], the disciples came together to him, and he questioned them, saying: Who are the crowds saying that I am?
19
Answering they said: John, the Baptist; but others, Elijah, but others that, a prophet, a certain one [tiV] of the ancient [ones] has risen.
20
But he said to them: You, though, who do you say I am? Answering Peter said: The Christ of God.
21
The [one] having warned [them] instructed them to tell this to no one,
22
having told [them] that: It is necessary [for] the Son of the man to suffer many [things] and be rejected by [apo] the older [ones] and chief-priests and scribes, and be killed, and on the 3rd day be raised up.

CNC = 12
INC Disciples, Crowds, John, Baptist, Elijah, Prophet, Peter, Christ of God, Son of Man, Chief-Priests, Scribes, Day = 12

23 But he was saying to all [not just the disciples]: If anyone wants to come after me, let him disown himself and pick up his torture-stake according to day and follow me continually.
24
For whoever wants to save his soul will lose it [must be comparative, or we are all dead - we must want the kingdom  more than this soul]; but whoever loses his soul on-account of me, this [one] will save it.
25
For with what is a man enriched having gained the whole world but having lost or having damaged himself? [not comparative speech. It is a literal question - you can lose your heart, you can lose your integrity, you can lose your morality, you can lose your conscience, many world leaders do - such things lead to you losing your soul in the Kingdom] 
26
For whoever becomes ashamed of me and my words [accusative], this [one] the Son of the man will be ashamed of when he arrives in the glory of him and of the Father and of the holy angels.
27
But I tell you truthfully, there are some of the [ones] standing here who will certainly not taste of death [genitive direct object] until they see the kingdom of God. [10]

Total CNC = 12 + 9 = 21
Total
INC Disciples, Crowds, John, Baptist, Elijah, Prophet, Peter, Christ of God, Son of Man, Chief-Priests, Scribes, Day = 12, Soul, Man, World, Words, Glory, Death, Kingdom of God = 19

Matthew 16:13-28 and Mark 8:27-9:1 and Luke 9:18-27 are parallel. The account in Luke joins Peter's realisation that Jesus was the Christ to Jesus' prophecy that he would be impaled and raised up on the 3rd day.

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28 But it happened approx [wsei] 8 days [as if, or like in the sense of 'approximately', since it was actually 6 days after he told them they would not see death before seeing the Kingdom. 6 days exclusively is 7 days inclusively which is approximately 8 days?] after these words, that he took along Peter and John and James and went up up into the mountain to pray.
29
And whilst he was praying, the appearance of his face [became] different and his clothing [became] glitteringly white.
30
Also, look! 2 males were conversing with him, who were Moses and Elijah.
31
The [ones] appeared in glory and were talking about his departure which he was about to fulfill in Jerusalem.
32
Now Peter and the [ones] with him were weighed down with sleep; but having awakened fully they saw his glory and the 2 males, the [ones] standing with him.
33
And it happened that whilst these were being separated from him, Peter said to Jesus: Instructor, it is fine for us to be here, and let us erect 3 tents, one for you and one for Moses and one for Elijah, not realizing what he was saying.
34
But when he was saying these [things] a cloud came to be and began to overshadow them. And in their entering into the cloud, they became fearful.
35
And a voice came to be out of the cloud, saying: This is my Son, the chosen [one]. Listen to him.
36
And in/with the voice occurring, Jesus was found alone. But they became silent and reported to nobody in those days any of what they had seen.

CNC (6,2,3,3,4,6,2,3,3) = 30
INC Peter, John, James, Mountain, Appearance of Face, Clothing, Males, Moses, Elijah, Glory, Departure, Jerusalem, Sleep, Jesus, Instructor, Tents, Cloud, Voice, Son = 19

Matthew 17:1-13 and Mark 9:2-13 and Luke 9:28-36, all the 3 accounts of the transfiguration are plainly parallel.

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37
But it happened that on the next day, [upon] their coming down from the mountain, a great crowd met him.
38
And, look! a male from the crowd, cried out saying: Teacher, I beg you to take-a-look at my son, because he is my only-begotten,
39
and, look! a spirit takes him, and suddenly he cries out, and he convulses him with foam, and it scarcely withdraws from him, bruising him.
40
And I begged of your disciples [genitive direct object] to expel it, but they could not.
41
In-response Jesus said: Oh faithless {generation} and twisted generation, how long must I continue with you and put up with you? Lead your son over here.
42
But merely [upon] his approaching, the demon collapsed him and violently convulsed [him]. However, Jesus rebuked the spirit, the unclean and healed the boy and delivered him to his father.
43
Well, all were astounded at the magnificence of God

CNC = 20
INC Day, Mountain, Crowd, Male, Teacher, Son, Spirit, Foam, Disciples, Jesus, Generation, Demon, Boy, Father, Magnificence of God = 15

Matthew 17:14-21 and Mark 9:14-29 and Luke 9:37-43 are parallel. And Matthew 17:21 is canonical.

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Now [epi - at the time] of all [ones] marveling at all [the things] which he was doing, he said to his disciples:
44
Put these words in your ears, for the Son of the man is destined to be delivered into [the] hands [metonym?] of men [not parallel to Mark 9:30-32 which happened after he departed from the house he entered after this marveling etc].
45
But the [ones] were not understanding this saying. Actually it was concealed from them that they might not perceive it, and they were afraid to question him about this saying.

CNC = 7
INC Disciples, Words, Ears, Son of Man, Hands of Men, Saying = 6

46 Now a reasoning entered among them [about] who might be the greatest of them 
47 But Jesus, knowing the reasoning of their heart, took a little-child, and made it stand beside him [setting up a visual parable, an example, an illustration a comparison]
48
and said to them: Whoever receives this little-child [arriving] upon my name receives me [too], and whoever receives me receives the [one] that sent me forth. For the smallest [definite comparative is a relative superlative] [one] existing in you all, this [one] is great.
49
But in-response John said: Instructor, we saw a certain [one] expelling demons in your name and were preventing him, because he is not following with us.
50
But Jesus said to him: Do not be preventing, for he who is not against you is for you.

CNC = 16
Total CNC = 16 (2 threads).
Total INC Disciples, Words, Ears, Son of Man, Hands of Men, Saying, Reasoning, Jesus, Reasoning of Heart, Little-child, John, Instructor, Demons, Name = 14

Luke 9:44-50 is not parallel to Matthew 18:1-35 and Mark 9:33-59.

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51
Now it happened whilst the days of his taking up were being fulfilled, that he firmly set his face [upon] going into Jerusalem.
52
So he sent forth messengers before his face. And having departed, they entered into a village of Samaritans, as [wV] to prepare for him;
53
but they did not receive him, because his face was [one] going into Jerusalem.
54
But the disciples, James and John, having seen [this], said: Lord, do you want us to tell fire to come down from heaven and annihilate them?
55
But he turned and rebuked them.
56
So they went to a different village.

CNC = 15 (3 threads)
INC Days, Face (3), Jerusalem (2), Messengers, Village of Samaritans, Disciples, James, John, Lord, Fire, Heaven, Village = 12

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57 And [upon] their traveling in the road, someone said to him: I will follow you to wherever you may depart.
58
And Jesus said to him: Foxes have dens and birds of heaven have roosts, but the Son of the man has nowhere to lay down his head.
59
Then he said to another: Be my follower. But the [one] said: Permit me first having left to bury my father.
60
But he said to him: Let the dead [ones] bury their dead [ones], but you go away and declare-abroad the kingdom of God.
61
But still another said: I will follow you, Lord; but first permit me to say-good-bye to those into my house.
62
But Jesus said to him: No [one] having put his hand upon a plow and looks into the [things] behind is well fitted for the kingdom of God.

CNC = 10 (2 threads)
INC Road, Jesus (2), Son of Man, Head, Father, Kingdom of God (2), Lord, House = 8

Foxes, Dens, Bird, Roosts parable parallel to Matthew 8:20
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LUKE CHAPTER 10
1
But after these [things] the Lord designated 72 others and sent them forth 2 [by] 2 before his face into every city and place to which he himself was going to come.
2
But he said to them: The harvest, indeed, [is] great, but the workers [are] few. Therefore beg the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into his harvest/reaping [harvest qerithV literally can mean a reaping of anything, not just a crop].
3
Go forth. Look! I am sending you forth as [wV] lambs in the midst of wolves.
4
Do not carry a purse, nor a food-pouch, nor sandals, and greet no one according to the road.
5
But into whichever house you enter first, say: May this house have peace [every type of peace].'
6
And if a son of peace is there, your peace [peace of the spirit] will rest upon him. But if there is not, it will turn back to you.
7
So stay in that house, eating and drinking the [things] alongside them, for the worker is worthy of his wages. Do not be transferring out of house into house.
8
Also, wherever you enter into a city and they receive you, eat the [things] set before you,
9
and cure the sick [ones] [asqeneiV] in it, and go on telling them, 'The kingdom of God has drawn-near upon you.'
10
But wherever you enter into a city and they do not receive you, go out into its broadways and say,
11
'Even the dust, the [one] having stuck to us out of your city into the feet we wipe off against you. Nevertheless, know that the kingdom of God has drawn near.'
12
I tell you that it will be more endurable for Sodom [Sodom is a metonym for the people of Sodom and it is used in a literal comparison.] in that day [the 1,000 year day of the Kingdom of God] than for that city.
13
Woe to you, Chorazin! Woe to you, Bethsaida! because if the powerful-works, the [ones] having occurred in you, had occurred in Tyre and Sidon [for example, in the likes of Tyre and Sidon] they would likely long ago have repented sitting in sackcloth and ashes.
14
Consequently it will be more endurable for Tyre and Sidon in the judgment than for you.
15
And you, Capernaum, will you perhaps be exalted until Heaven? Until Hades you will come down!
16
He that listens to you listens to me [too]. And he that disregards you disregards me [too]. Moreover, he that disregards me disregards [also] him that sent me forth.

CNC = 41
LINC Lord, Face, City, Place, Lord of Harvest, Workers, Harvest, Purse, Food-pouch, Sandals, Road, House, Peace, Kingdom of God, Broadways, Dust, Feet, Sodom, Chorazin, Bethsaida, Powerful-works, Tyre, Sidon, Sackloth, Ashes, Judgement, Capernaum, Heaven, Hades = 29

Luke 10:1-16 and Matthew 11:20-24 are parallel.

Matthew INC Cities, Powerful-works, Chorazin, Bethsaida, Tyre, Sidon, Sackloth, Ashes, Capernaum, Heaven, Hades, Sodom, Land of Sodom = 13

Total CNC = 17 + 41 = 58 (2 threads).
LINC Lord, Face, City, Place, Lord of Harvest, Workers, Harvest, Purse, Food-pouch, Sandals, Road, House, Peace, Kingdom of God, Broadways, Dust, Feet, Sodom, Chorazin, Bethsaida, Powerful-works, Tyre, Sidon, Sackloth, Ashes, Judgement, Capernaum, Heaven, Hades = 29, Land of Sodom = 30

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17
The 72 returned with joy, saying: Lord, even the demons are made subject to us in your name [the disciples were born again having associated angels - or the demons would not have listened].
18
But he said to them: I behold Satan having fallen out of heaven as [wV] lightning [does].
19
Look! I have given you the authority of the to trample [adjectival phrase, like the authority of David, this is the authority of trampling upon serpents, the noun is used as a part of an adjectival phrase and so does not count] on top [epanw] of serpents and scorpions, and upon [stated epi!] all the power of the hostile [one], and nothing at all will hurt you.
20
Nevertheless, do not rejoice in this, that the spirits are subjecting themselves to you, but rejoice because your names have been inscribed in the heavens [so that they are angels so the demons must listen].

CNC 10 (2 threads).
INC Joy, Lord, Demons, Name, Satan, Heaven, Authority, Spirits = 8.

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21
In this [very] hour he became overjoyed in the spirit, the holy and said: I publicly-praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and {Lord} of earth, because you have carefully hidden these [things] from wise [ones] and intellectual [ones], and have revealed them to pre-speech [ones]. Yes, Oh Father, because to do like-this [outwV] came to be the technique approved by you.
22
All [things] have been delivered to me by my Father, and no one knows who the Son is except the Father; and who the Father is, except the Son, and [the one] to whom the Son is willing to reveal him.

CNC = 12 (3 threads)
INC Spirit, Father, Lord of Heaven, Lord of Earth, Technique, Son = 6

Luke 10:21-22 and Matthew 11:25-30 are not parallel.

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23 And having turned towards the disciples he said privately: Happy are the eyes [metonym for the person with the eyes that see these things], the [ones] seeing what you are seeing.
24
For I say to you that, Many prophets and kings desired to see what you are seeing and saw not, and to hear what you are hearing and heard not.

CNC = 4 (1 threads)
INC: Disciples, Eyes, Prophets, Kings = 4

Not parallel with Matthew 13:17 because that is the explanation of the parable of the sower which is parallel with Luke 8.

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25 Now, look! a certain legally-trained one rose up, to test him out, and said: Teacher, by doing what shall I inherit everlasting life?
26
He said to him: What has been written in the Law? How do you read [it]?
27
In-answer he said: 'You must love [the] Lord, your God out of your whole heart and in your whole soul and in your whole strength and in your whole mind,' and, 'Your neighbouring [one] as [wV] yourself.'
28
He said to him: You answered correctly; 'keep on doing this and you will live.'
29
But, the [one] wanting to prove himself righteous, said to Jesus: Who is my neighbouring [one]?
30
Taking up [with him] Jesus said: A man, a certain one, was going down from Jerusalem into Jericho and fell among robbers, who both stripped him and inflicted blows, and went off, leaving him half-dead.
31
Now, according to chance/coincidence, a priest, a certain one was going down in that way/road, but having seen him he passed-on- the-opposite-side.
32
And Likewise [omoiwV] also a Levite, having come down to the place and having seen [him], passed-on-the-opposite- side.
33
A Samaritan but a certain one [might be a double designation with a but in the middle?] traveling came down upon him and having seen [him], was moved-with-pity.
34
So he approached him and bound up his wounds, pouring olive-oil and wine upon them. And having mounted him upon his own beast he brought him to an inn [pandoceion] and took-care of him.
35
And upon the morrow [aurion adverb] he took out 2 Denarii, gave them to the innkeeper [pandoceuV], and said, 'Take care of him, and whatever you spend besides this, I will repay you when I come-back here.'

Good Samaritan Parable SCNC = 18 (3 threads).
SINC Man, Jerusalem, Jericho, Robbers, Blows, Chance, Priest, Way, Levite, Place, Samaritan, Wounds, Olive-oil, Wine, Beast, Inn, Denarii, Innkeeper = 18.
(When there are 3 threads but every word is invariant, we basically have 3 fulfilments of the same thing.) 

36 Who of these 3 seems to you to have become a neighboring [one] of the [one] having fallen into the robbers?
37
And the [one] said: The [one] having done the mercy with him. And Jesus said to him: Go and you do the likewise [omoiwV].

LCNC = 13 (1 thread).
LINC Teacher, Life, Law, Lord, God, Heart, Soul, Strength, Mind, Jesus (3), Mercy = 11

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38
But in their journeying he entered into a village, a certain one. A woman, but a certain one, Martha in name, received him into the house
39
But to her was a
sister called Mary, who, also, having sat down beside the feet of the Lord was listening to his word.
40
But Martha was distracted about much ministry. But having approached she said: Lord, does-it-not-matter to you that my sister has left me alone to be ministering? Tell her, therefore, to help me.
41
But answering the Lord said to her: Martha, Martha, you are anxious and you are disturbed about many [things].
42
But of few [things] [there] is need or of one [thing]. For Mary chose the good portion [meriV], [when the whole is defined then its a division of land. So this is a metaphorical 'area' to work in, not a real physical portion] which will not be taken away from her.

CNC (5,4,4,3,2) = 18 (3 threads).
INC Village, Woman, Martha, Name, House, Sister, Mary, Feet of Lord, Word, Ministry, Lord, Need = 12
Mary (2), Martha (4), Sister (2), Lord (2)

Multiple designations: Martha, Woman. Mary, Sister.

Now Paul has told us that the two women, Sarah and Hagar, stand for two covenants in the prophetic drama of Genesis 16. It is not therefore a huge leap of monumental mental agility to realise that these two women also stand for two covenants in the prophetic drama of Luke 10. The first stands for the sons of the water baptism covenant of the JWs, the congregation of the JWs. The second stands for the sons of the water baptism covenant of the LWs, the congregation of the LWs. They are both sisters in Isaac, the father of water baptism in the Abrahamic system. The JW lose their portion and become a false church. The LWs do not.

This is about headship. Martha is too busy and self important looking after her spiritual kids, to sit down humbly like a little child at the feet of her Lord, Jesus, the head of the true church. Mary is a research oriented congregation which understands that she is not her own head, but Jesus is, and he speaks through the true priesthood. She knows that being a wife (listening to her head) is more important than being a mother (caring for the kids). Most women reject that concept today. They cannot accept that the husband might be able to direct them better than they can themselves. This drama is the spiritual equivalent between the JWs and the LWs. Martha was effectively saying to Jesus, that her agenda for Mary was more important than his agenda for Mary she was being a Jezebel. 

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LUKE CHAPTER 11
1
And it happened in his being in some place praying when [wV] he stopped, a certain one of his disciples [partitive, one out of his disciples] said to him: Lord, teach us how to pray, just as [kaqwV] John also taught his disciples.
2
Then he said to them: Whenever you pray, say [the likes of], 'Father, let your name be sanctified. Let your kingdom come.
3
Give us our sufficient bread [arton] according to day.
4
And forgive us our sins, for we ourselves also forgive these to everyone owing to us; and do not bring us into temptation.'
5
Further, he said to them: Who of you will have a loved [one] and will go to him at [implied epi] midnight and say to him, 'Loved [one], loan me 3 loaves [artouV],
6
because a loved [one] of mine has come to me from a way/journey and I have not [anything] to set before him'?
7
And that [one] from inside says in reply, 'Quit making me troubles. The door is already locked, and my young-children are with me in the bed; I cannot rise up and give you anything.'
8
I tell you, Although he will not rise up and give him [anything] because of being his loved [one], certainly because of his persistence he will get up and give him as many [things] as he needs.
9
Accordingly I say to you, Keep on asking, and it will be given you; keep on seeking, and you will find; keep on knocking, and it will be opened to you.
10
For everyone asking receives, and everyone seeking finds, and to everyone knocking it will be opened.
11
Indeed, which father is there among you who, if the son asks for a fish, will perhaps give to him a serpent instead of a fish?
12
Or if he also asks for an egg, will hand him a scorpion?
13
Therefore, if you, although being wicked, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more so will the Father, the [one] out of heaven give holy spirit to those asking him!

LCNC = 6 (3 threads)
LINC Place, Disciples, Lord, Father, Heaven, Spirit = 6

SCNC = 26
Father (2), Fish (2)

Parable of 3 loaves: SCNC = 8, SINC = 8 (1 thread).

The fish serpent parable is parallel with Matthew 7:10

The Lords' prayer is not parallel to Matthew 6. Luke was not describing the sermon on the mount. This account does not count correctly if the Lord's prayer is taken literally. And of course that is the whole point. It is a model prayer. 

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14
And he was expelling a dumb demon. But it happened that [epi] of the demon having come out, the dumb [one] spoke. And the crowds marveled.
15
But some [ones] out of them said: He expels the demons by Beelzebub, the ruler of the demons [Beelzebub means Lord of the flies, black winged creature, is a a Hebrew title, like Rabbi, not a Hebrew name so it does not count].
16
However, other [ones], tempting [him], were seeking a sign out [ek] of heaven from him.
17
But knowing their thoughts he said to them: Every kingdom [run by men] divided against itself becomes desolated, and a house [divided] against a house falls.
18
So if Satan [Metonym for the house of Satan] is also divided against himself, how will his kingdom stand? Because you say I expel the demons by Beelzebub.
19
If indeed it is by Beelzebub I expel the demons, by whom do your sons expel them? Due to this they will be judges of you.
20
But if it is by the finger of God [metaphor, God does not have human fingers] I expel the demons, the kingdom of God has really overtaken you.
21
Whenever the strong [one], having been armed, guards his courtyard/mansion, the [things] belonging to him continue in peace.
22
But whenever a stronger [one] than/of him comes against him and conquers him, he takes away his entire-armament in which he had been trusting, and gives out his spoils.
23
The [one] not with me [is] against me, and the [one] not gathering with me is scattering.
24
Whenever the unclean spirit comes out from the man [anqrwpou] [this might mean that only rotten saints could be possessed, like Judas, and their unclean spirits go to Gehenna during the possession and then they may return with more unclean spirits, friends from Gehenna, ending up in a worse pickle, once the demon is expelled], it passes through waterless places seeking respite, and [if] not finding [it], then it says, 'I will return to my house out of which I moved.'
25
and having come [back] it finds [it] unoccupied [by the possessing demon], swept and adorned.
26 Then it goes and takes along 7 different spirits more wicked than/of itself, and, having entered, they dwell there; and the final [circumstances] of that man become worse than/of the first [this verse does not look comparative, but it is in the parallel account in Matthew 12, so it is here too, since parallel accounts describe the same events].
27 Now whilst he was saying these things a certain woman out of [ek] the crowd having raised her voice and said to him: Happy/Blessed is the womb, the [one] having carried you, and the breasts which you sucked!
28
But he said: Consequently, Happy are the [ones] hearing the word of God and keeping it!

LINC Demon, Crowds, Ruler of the demons, Sign, Heaven, Thoughts, Satan, Kingdom, Sons, Judges, Kingdom of God, woman, (Crowd), Voice, Womb, Breasts, Word of God = 16.

LCNC = 22
SCNC = 14

29 But [epi at the time] of the crowds massing together, he started to say: This generation is a wicked generation; it seeks a sign. Yet no sign will be given it except the sign of Jonah.
30
For just as [kaqwV] Jonah became a sign to the Ninevites [by convincing them so as to become a warning seen to be from God, not by the extent of the response. This is not a phenomenal action event from heaven, whereas surviing 3 days in the sea by being in the belly of a whale is c.f. Matthew 12:39-40], thus the Son of the man will also be to this generation.
31 The queen of the south will be raised up in the judgment with the males [anhr] of this generation and will condemn them; because she came from [ek] the limits [peratwn] of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon, but, look! more than [pleion] of Solomon [non substantive comparative] is here.
32
Males, Ninevites will rise in the judgment with this generation and will condemn it; because they repented into the preaching [khrugma] of Jonah; but, look! more [pleion] than/of Jonah [non substantive comparative] is here.
33
No one having lighted a lamp puts [it] into a vault nor under the measuring-basket, but upon the lampstand [he puts it], so that those stepping in may behold the light.
34
The lamp of the body [the spiritual body of each of us, eye = spiritual vision, ear = not just hearing but understanding, etc] is [determined by] your eye. Whenever your eye [mental focus, it lights up your spiritual body] is single, your whole body [activity] is radiant also, but whenever it is wicked, your body is also dark.
35
Be alert, therefore that the light, the [one] in you is not darkness [due to mulitple focus].
36
Therefore, if your whole body is radiant not having any part [of it] dark [meroV, part is non interpretable, so must be literal], it will be radiant all over just as [wV] [it is] when the lamp illuminates you in brightness.

Luke LCNC 22 + 21 = 43
Luke SCNC 14 + 16 = 30 

Luke LINC Demon, Crowds, Ruler of the demons, Sign, Heaven, Thoughts, Satan, Kingdom, Sons, Judges, Kingdom of God, Woman, (Crowd), Voice, Womb, Breasts, Word of God = 16, Generation, Sign of Jonah, (Son of Man), Queen of South, Judgement, (Males of Generation), Limits of Earth, Wisdom of Solomon, Solomon, Males, Ninevites, Preaching of Jonah, Jonah, (Part) = 27 (son of the man is 'son of pre-fall Adam', not just 'son' of 'man'??)

Matthew LINC Crowds, Son of David, Pharisees, Demons, Ruler of Demons, Thoughts, Satan, Kingdom, Sons, Judges, Spirit of God, Kingdom of God, Sin, Blasphemy, Men, (Blasphemy of Spirit), Word, (Son of Man), Spirit, Age, Generated-ones of Vipers, Abundance of Heart, Mouth, Utterance, Scribes, Teacher, Sign, Generation, ( Sign of Jonah), ( Sign of the Prophet), Day12hour, Nights, Males, Ninevites, Judgement, Preaching of Jonah, Jonah, Queen of South, Ends of Earth, Wisdom of Solomon, Solomon, Mother, Brother, Hand, Disciples, Will of Father = 42, Jesus, Isaiah, Prophet, Child, Soul, Nations, Voice, Broadways, Victory, Name =52

Mark LINC House, Crowd, Bread, Scribes, Jerusalem, Demons, Ruler of Demons, Parables, Satan, End, Sons of Men, Sins, Blasphemies, Spirit, Forgiveness, Age, Mother, Brothers, Circle, Will of God = 20

Matthew + Mark + Luke LCNC 14 + 63 + 27 + 43 = 147 (3 threads) 

Matthew + Mark + Luke LINC Crowds, Son of David, Pharisees, Demons, Ruler of Demons, Thoughts, Satan, Kingdom, Sons, Judges, Spirit of God, Kingdom of God, Sin, Blasphemy, Men, (Blasphemy of Spirit), Word, (Son of Man), Spirit, Age, Generated-ones of Vipers, Abundance of Heart, Mouth, Utterance, Scribes, Teacher, Sign, Generation, (Sign of Jonah), (Sign of Prophet), Days12hour, Nights, Males, Ninevites, Judgement, Preaching of Jonah, Jonah, Queen of South, Limits of Earth, Wisdom of Solomon, Solomon, Mother, Brother, Hand, Disciples, Will of Father = 42, Heaven, Woman, (Crowd), Voice, Womb, Breasts, Word of God, (Part), House, Bread, Scribes, Jerusalem, Parables, End, Forgiveness, Circle, Will of God, Jesus, Isaiah, Prophet, Child, Soul, Nations, Broadways, Victory, Name = 66 

Matthew 12:15-50 and Mark 3:19-35 and Luke 11:14-36 are parallel.

Matthew he expels a blind and dumb demon whereas in Luke he is said to expel a dumb demon which evidently was blind too.

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Light, Lamp, Lampstand and Body parables...

14 You are the light of the world. A city cannot be hid when situated on-top [epanw] of a mountain.
15
Neither do they light a lamp and set it under the measuring-basket, but upon the lampstand, and it shines upon all those in the house.

[[16 Thus let your light [Event: Individual evangelism. Word: Congregation evangelism] shine before men, that they may see your fine works and give glory to the Father of you, the [one] in the heavens (Matthew 5).]]

21 And he was saying to them that: The lamp is not brought in order to be put under a measuring-basket or under a bed, is it? Is it not in order to be put on a lampstand? (Mark 4).

16 Now no one, having lit a lamp, covers it by a vessel or puts it underneath a bed, but he puts it on a lampstand, in order that the [ones] going in may behold the light (Luke 8).

33 No one having lighted a lamp puts [it] into a vault nor under the measuring-basket, but upon the lampstand [he puts it], so that those stepping in may behold the light (Luke 11).

SCNC =3+4+1+4+5+5=22 (2 threads)
Light of World, City, Mountain, Lamp (4), Measuring basket (3), Lampstand (4), House, Bed, Vessel, Light (4), Vault =11

Lamp of the body parables...

22 The lamp of the body is the eye. If, then, your eye is pure/true/focussed, your whole body will be bright;
23
but if your eye is wicked, your whole body will be dark. If in reality the light, the [one] in you is darkness, how great the darkness [is]! (Matthew 6)

34 The lamp of the body is your eye. Whenever your eye [mental focus] is single, your whole body [every work, event is individual, word is congregation] is radiant also, but whenever it is wicked, your body is also dark.
35
Be alert, therefore that the light, the [one] in you is not darkness.
36
Therefore, if your whole body is radiant not having any part [of it] dark [part is non interpretable, so must be literal], it will be radiant all over just as [wV] [it is] when the lamp [on a lampstand as in verse 33 above] illuminates you in brightness (Luke 11).

SCNC = 9 + 10 = 19

Lamp (3), Eye (5), Body (5), Light (2), Darkness (3), Brightness (1). So 2 threads.
SINC (Lamp of Body), Eye, Body, Light, Darkness, Lamp, Brightness = 6 

These parables must be connected to more parables such as servign two masters in Matthew 6.

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37 When he had spoken this, a Pharisee [change of focus] requested him to dine with him. So he went in and reclined.
38
However, the Pharisee was surprised at seeing that he did not first wash before the dinner.
39
But the Lord said to him: Now you Pharisees, you cleanse the outside [exwqen] [static so substantive] of the cup and dish, but the inside of you is being-full [gemei] of plunder? and wickedness? [genitive indirect objects].
40
Unreasonable [ones]! He that made the outside [exwqen] made also the inside [eswqen] [both used substantively], did he not?
41
Give gifts-of-mercy out of [from besides - plhn] the [things] inside, and, look! all [things] about to are clean.
42
But woe to you Pharisees, because you tithe the mint [accusative] and the rue and every vegetable, but you pass by the justice and the love of God! These [things] were necessary to do, but those other [things] not to omit.
43
Woe to you Pharisees, because you love the front-seats in the synagogues and the greetings in the marketplaces!
44
Woe to you, because you are just like [wV] the memorial-tombs, the hidden [ones], so that men walk upon them and do not know [it]! [We need a double designation in the literal part of the account fro 3 threads. The comparative double designation only substitutes when there is a literal one too] [19]
45
Answering a certain one of the legally-trained [ones] said to him: Teacher, in saying these [things] you also insult us.
46
Then he said: Woe also to you legally-trained [ones], because you [are like people who] load men with loads hard to be carried, but you yourselves do not touch the loads with one of your fingers [partitive genitive]!
47
Woe to you, because you build the memorial-tombs of the prophets, but your forefathers killed them!
48
Certainly you are witnesses to the works of your forefathers and you approve [of them], for they killed them, yet you build [their graves] [Like the mafia bosses who donate to the orphanages].
49
Due to this the wisdom of God also said, 'I will send forth to them prophets and apostles, and they will kill and persecute some of them,
50
so that the blood of all the prophets spilled from the founding of the world may be required from this generation,
51
from the blood of Abel until the blood of Zechariah, the [one] slain between the altar and the house.' Yes, I tell you, it will be required from this generation.
52
Woe to you Legally-trained [ones], because you took away the key of knowledge [key is literal since its metaphorical use is explicitly explained. This is not the (key of knowledge) of knowledge as it were]; you yourselves did not go in, and those going in you hindered! 

53 And having gone out from there the scribes and the Pharisees started in to press upon him terribly and to question him about further [things] [not a new account, the same thing is happening with the same characters],
54
lying in wait for him, to catch something out of his mouth. [17]

CNC = 19 + 17 = 36 (2 threads/3 threads)

INC Pharisee, Dinner, Lord, Plunder, Wickedness, Gifts-of-mercy, Mint, Rue, Vegetable, Justice of God, Love of God, Front-seats, Synagogues, Greetings, Marketplaces, Teacher, Memorial-tombs of Prophets, Forefathers, Witnesses, Works of Forefathers, Wisdom of God, Prophets, Apostles, Blood of Prophets, Founding of World, Generation, Blood of Abel, Blood of Zechariah, Scribes, Mouth = 30 

Load Finger parable Luke 11:46 is parallel to Matthew 23:4 

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LUKE CHAPTER 12
1
In the meantime, when the crowd had gathered together in so many thousands that they were stepping upon one another, he started out by saying first to his disciples: Watch out for the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy.
2
But there is nothing carefully concealed that will not be revealed, and secret that will not become known.
3
Wherefore what things you say in the darkness will be heard in the light, and what you whisper in private rooms will be preached from the housetops.
4
Moreover, I say to you, my friends, Do not fear those who kill the body and after this are not able to do anything more.
5
But I will indicate to you whom to fear: Fear him who after killing has authority to throw into Gehenna. Yes, I tell you, fear this One.
6
5 sparrows sell for 2 coins of small value, do they not? Yet not one of them goes forgotten before God.
7
But even the hairs of your heads are all numbered. Have no fear; you are worth more than many sparrows.
8
I say, then, to you, Everyone that confesses union with me before men, the Son of man will also confess union with him before the angels of God.
9
But he that disowns me before men will be disowned before the angels of God.
10
And everyone that says a word against the Son of man, it will be forgiven him; but he that blasphemes against the holy spirit will not be forgiven it.
11
But when they bring you in before public assemblies and government officials and authorities, do not become anxious about how or what you will speak in defense or what you will say;
12
for the holy spirit will teach you in that very hour the things you ought to say.
13
Then a certain one of the crowd said to him: Teacher, tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me.
14
He said to him: Man, who appointed me judge or apportioner over you persons?
15
Then he said to them: Keep your eyes open and guard against every sort of covetousness, because even when a person has an abundance his life does not result from the things he possesses.
16
With that he spoke an illustration to them, saying: The land of a certain rich man produced well.
17
Consequently he began reasoning within himself, saying, 'What shall I do, now that I have nowhere to gather my crops?'
18
So he said, 'I will do this: I will tear down my storehouses and build bigger ones, and there I will gather all my grain and all my good things;
19
and I will say to my soul: Soul, you have many good things laid up for many years; take your ease, eat, drink, enjoy yourself.'
20
But God said to him, 'Unreasonable one, this night they are demanding your soul from you. Who, then, is to have the things you stored up?'
21
So it goes with the man that lays up treasure for himself but is not rich toward God.
22
Then he said to his disciples: On this account I say to you, Quit being anxious about your souls as to what you will eat or about your bodies as to what you will wear.
23
For the soul is worth more than food and the body than clothing.
24
Mark well that the ravens neither sow seed nor reap, and they have neither barn nor storehouse, and yet God feeds them. Of how much more worth are you than birds?
25
Who of you by being anxious can add a cubit to his life span?
26
If, therefore, you cannot do the least thing, why be anxious about the remaining things?
27
Mark well how the lilies grow; they neither toil nor spin; but I tell you, Not even Solomon in all his glory was arrayed as one of these.
28
If, now, God thus clothes the vegetation in the field that today exists and tomorrow is cast into an oven, how much rather will he clothe you, you with little faith!
29
So quit seeking what you might eat and what you might drink, and quit being in anxious suspense;
30
for all these are the things the nations of the world are eagerly pursuing, but your Father knows you need these things.
31
Nevertheless, seek continually his kingdom, and these things will be added to you.
32
Have no fear, little flock, because your Father has approved of giving you the kingdom.
33
Sell the things belonging to you and give gifts of mercy. Make purses for yourselves that do not wear out, a never-failing treasure in the heavens, where a thief does not get near nor moth consumes.
34
For where your treasure is, there your hearts will be also.
35
Let your loins be girded and your lamps be burning,
36
and you yourselves be like men waiting for their master when he returns from the marriage, so that at his arriving and knocking they may at once open to him.
37
Happy are those slaves whom the master on arriving finds watching! Truly I say to you, He will gird himself and make them recline at the table and will come alongside and minister to them.
38
And if he arrives in the second watch, even if in the 3rd, and finds them thus, happy are they!
39
But know this, that if the householder had known at what hour the thief would come, he would have kept watching and not have let his house be broken into.
40
you also, keep ready, because at an hour that you do not think likely the Son of man is coming.
41
Then Peter said: Lord, are you saying this illustration to us or also to all?
42
And the Lord said: Who really is the faithful steward, the discreet one, whom his master will appoint over his body of attendants to keep giving them their measure of food supplies at the proper time?
43
Happy is that slave, if his master on arriving finds him doing so!
44
I tell you truthfully, He will appoint him over all his belongings.
45
But if ever that slave should say in his heart, 'My master delays coming,' and should start to beat the menservants and the maidservants, and to eat and drink and get drunk,
46
the master of that slave will come on a day that he is not expecting [him] and in an hour that he does not know, and he will punish him with the greatest severity and assign him a part with the unfaithful ones.
47
Then that slave that understood the will of his master but did not get ready or do in line with his will will be beaten with many strokes.
48
But the one that did not understand and so did things deserving of strokes will be beaten with few. Indeed, everyone to whom much was given, much will be demanded of him; and the one whom people put in charge of much, they will demand more than usual of him.
49
I came to start a fire on the earth, and what more is there for me to wish if it has already been lighted?
50
Indeed, I have a baptism with which to be baptized, and how I am being distressed until it is finished!
51
Do you imagine I came to give peace on the earth? No, indeed, I tell you, but rather division.
52
For from now on there will be 5 in one house divided, 3 against 2 and 2 against 3.
53
They will be divided, father against son and son against father, mother against daughter and daughter against [her] mother, mother-in-law against [her] daughter-in-law and daughter-in-law against [her] mother-in-law.
54
Then he went on to say also to the crowds: When you see a cloud rising in western parts, at once you say, 'A storm is coming,' and it turns out so.
55
And when you see that a south wind is blowing, you say, 'There will be a heat wave,' and it occurs.
56
Hypocrites, you know how to examine the outward appearance of earth and sky, but how is it you do not know how to examine this particular time?
57
Why do you not judge also for yourselves what is righteous?
58
For example, when you are going with your adversary at law to a ruler, get to work, while on the way, to rid yourself of the dispute with him, that he may never hale you before the judge, and the judge deliver you to the court officer, and the court officer throw you into prison.
59
I tell you, You will certainly not get out from there until you pay over the last small coin of very little value.

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LUKE CHAPTER 13
1
At that very season/appointed time [kairw] there were certain ones present that reported to him about the Galilean [ones] whose blood Pilate had mixed with their sacrifices.
2
So in reply he said to them: Do you imagine that these Galilean [ones] were proved worse sinners than all other Galilean [ones] because they have suffered these [things]?
3
No, indeed, I tell you; but, unless you repent, you will all likewise be destroyed.
4
Or those 18 upon whom the tower in Siloam fell, thereby killing them, do you imagine that they had become debtors beside/compared to [para] all the men, the [ones] inhabiting Jerusalem? [comparative genitive, not partitive, so men does not count, so not a double designation, which must have at least one countable noun in it]
5
No, indeed, I tell you; but, unless you repent, you will all likewise [wsautwV] be destroyed.
6
Then he went on to tell this parable: A certain one had a fig-tree planted in his vineyard, and he came looking for fruit on it, but found none.
7
Then he said to the vinedresser, 'Here it is 3 years that I have come looking for fruit on this fig-tree, but have found none. Cut it down! Why really should it keep the ground useless?'
8
In reply he said to him, 'Lord, let it alone also this year, until I dig around it and put on manure;
9
and if then it produces fruit in the future, [well and good]; but if not, you shall cut it down [sometime after that].'

BNM and Mounce agree that Galilean and Judaean are adjectives and so Cananaean and Herodian must be to!!

LCNC = 5 (1 thread)
LINC Season, Blood, Pilate, Sacrifice, Parable = 5

Fig Tree Parable SCNC = 12 (2 threads)
SINC = Fig-tree, Vineyard, Fruit, Vinedresser, Years, Ground, Lord, Manure = 8
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10 But he was teaching in one of the synagogues [partitive genitive] in the Sabbaths.
11
And, look! a woman having a spirit of weakness [for] 10-8 years [she was weak in her spirit due to her physical disability], and she was bent-double/bent-together and was unable to raise herself up at all.
12
But having seen her, Jesus addressed her and said to her: Woman, you are released from the weakness of you.
13
And he laid the hands upon her; and instantly she straightened up, and began to glorify God.
14
But answering, the synagogue-ruler, being indignant because Jesus cured [her] on the Sabbath, began to say to the crowd that [there] are 6 days in which it is necessary to be working; on them, therefore, come and be cured, and not on the day of the Sabbath [a misapplication of the law of man to the holy spirit, but not comparative speech. He is saying do not come and be cured on the Sabbath because there are 6 days when work is permitted and therefore you can come and be cured on them].
15
However, the Lord answered him and said: Hypocrites, does not each one of you on the Sabbath untie his bull or his ass from the stall [prepositional genitive] and leading it away, water it? [comparative speech - Sabbath baptism]
16
But this [one], being a daughter of Abraham, whom Satan held-bound, look! 10 {years} and 8 years, [should she] not be loosed from this bond on day of the Sabbath?

CNC= 24 (2 threads)
INC Synagogues, Sabbath, Woman, Spirit of Weakness, Years, Jesus, Weakness, Hands, God, Synagogue-ruler, Crowd, Days, (Day of Sabbath), Lord, Hypocrites, Daughter of Abraham, Satan = 16

Sabbath (3), Woman (2), Year (3), Day (3), Crowd (1), Jesus (2)

The woman did not have a spirit of falsehood or incorrectness. She just had a spirit of weakness. Satan held her bound by preventing the LWs getting a good knowledge of the code, due to keeping them locked up in debt and working for him instead of God.

Jesus asks the binary question: Should she not be released from this bond on the day of the Sabbath?

Well she was so released in the literal fulfilment, so she is not released on the Sabbath day in the greater meaning. The release from weakness being the occurrence of the sign of Jonah, the first birth pang. Said release is then followed by her baptism by the laying on of hands.

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17 Well, when he said these [things], all the [ones] opposing him were put-to-shame; and all the crowd was rejoicing at all the glorious [things], the [ones] done by him.

18 Therefore he was saying: What is the kingdom of God like, and with what shall I compare it?
19
It is like a grain of mustard that a man took and threw into his garden, and it grew and turned into a tree, and the birds of heaven lodged in its branches.

SCNC = 6
SINC Grain of Mustard, Man, Garden, Tree, Birds of Heaven, Branches = 6
Mark: SINC Grain of Mustard, Earth, Seeds, Vegetables, Branches, Birds of Heaven, Shadow = 7
Matthew: SINC Grain of Mustard, Man, Field, Seeds, Vegetables, Tree, Birds of Heaven, Branches = 8 

Matthew + Mark + Luke SCNC = 8+8+6=22
Matthew + Mark + Luke SINC Grain of Mustard, Man, Garden, Tree, Birds of Heaven, Branches, Earth, Seeds, Vegetables, Shadow, Field = 11

The Mustard Grain parables are welded to the Woman hiding the leaven in the 3 Seah measures of flour parables by the word 'Again'. But these have an independent SCNC of 6 and SINC of 3 (Woman, Leaven, Seahs).

So the symbolic totals for both leavens and all 3 mustards are:

SCNC = 28
SINC = 14

LCNC = 2
LINC Crowd, Kingdom of God = 2

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20 And again [palin] [temporal disconnect] he said: With what shall I compare the kingdom of God?
21
It is like leaven, which a woman took and hid in 3 Seahs of flour until the whole [thing] was fermented/leavened.

LCNC = 1.
LINC Kingdom of God = 1
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22 And he journeyed through according to city and village, teaching and continuing on his journey to Jerusalem.
23
Now/But a certain [one] said to him: Lord, are those who are being saved few? He said to them:
24
Exert yourselves vigorously to get in through the narrow door, because many, I tell you, will seek to get in but will not be able,
25
when once the householder has got up and locked the door, and you start to stand outside and to knock at the door, saying, 'Lord, open to us.' But in answer he will say to you, 'I do not know where you are from.'
26
Then you will start saying, 'We ate and drank in front of you, and you taught in our broad [places] [plateiaiV substantive of platuV, broad].' [this is now literal]
27
But he will speak and say to you, 'I do not know where you are from. Get away from me, all you workers of unrighteousness!'
28
There is where [your] weeping and the gnashing of [your] teeth will be [one does not have eyes or teeth in Gehenna], when you see Abraham and Isaac and Jacob and all the prophets in the kingdom of God, but yourselves thrown outside.
29
Furthermore, people will come from eastern-parts and western-parts, and from [the] north-wind and [the] south-wind, and will recline-to-eat in the kingdom of God.
30
And, look! there are those last who will be first, and there are those first who will be last.

LCNC = 10
INC City, Village, Journey, Jerusalem, Lord, Eastern-parts, Western-parts, North-wind, South-wind, Kingdom of God = 10 (1 thread)

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31 In that very hour [temporal disconnect] certain ones [tineV], Pharisees [not a double designation, noun must come first], came up, saying to him: Get out and be going from here, because Herod wants to kill you.
32
And he said to them: Go and tell that fox, 'Look! I am casting out demons and finishing healings today and tomorrow, and the 3rd [day] I shall be completed.'
33
Nevertheless, I must be journeying today and tomorrow and the being had [day], because it is not admissible for a prophet to be destroyed outside [exw] of Jerusalem [static use of outside. So it is used substantively].
34
Jerusalem, Jerusalem, [successive repetition - means two fulfilments in the same thread, the destruction of the house and administration of FDS1 and of FDS3] the [one] killing the prophets and stoning the [ones] sent forth to her. How often I wanted to gather your children together [in] the manner [tropon] [in] which a hen her brood under her wings [gathers], but you did not want [it]!
35
Look! Your house [the temple] is abandoned to you. I tell you, you will by no means see me until you say, 'Blessed is he that comes in [the] name of the Lord.'

CNC 12 (2 threads)
INC Hour, Pharisees, Herod, Demons, Healings, Prophet, Jerusalem, Manner, House, Name of Lord = 10

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THIS SECTION IS COUNTED INCORRECTLY!!!! 

LUKE CHAPTER 14
1
And it occured in his coming into a house of a certain one of the rulers [partitive genitive, but subject to the certain one being possessive] of the Pharisees on the Sabbath to eat bread, they were closely watching him.
2
And, look! a man, a certain one [tiV], was dropsical before him.
3
So responsing Jesus spoke to those legally-versed and to the Pharisees, saying: Is it lawful on the Sabbath to cure or not?
4
But they kept silent. With that he took hold of [the man], healed him and sent [him] away.
5
And he said to them: Who of you, if his son or bull falls into a well, will not immediately pull him out on the day of the Sabbath
6
And they were not able to answer back on these [things].
7
He then went on to tell the invited [ones] a parable, noticing how they were choosing the first-places for themselves, saying to them:
8
When you are invited by a certain one to a marriage-feast, do not lie down in the first-place. Perhaps someone more distinguished than you may have been invited by him,
9
and he that invited you and him will come and say to you, 'Let this one have the place.' And then you will begin with shame having the last place.
10
But when you are invited, go and recline in the last place, so that when the one that invited you comes he will say to you, 'Befriended [one], go on up higher.' Then you will have glory in front of all your fellow-invited [ones].
11
For everyone that exalts himself will be humbled and he that humbles himself will be exalted.

Parable SCNC = 7 SINC Marriage-feast, (First-Place), Shame, Place, Glory = 4. This parable is connected to the evening meal parable and the great evening meal parable following, for the last supper is both a marriage feast and the greatest of evening meals!!

12 Next he proceeded to say also to the one that invited him [this must also be a parable, applying more generally]: When you spread a dinner or evening-meal, do not call your befriended [ones] or your brothers or your related [ones] or rich neighbours. Perhaps sometime they might also invite you in return and it would become a repayment to you.
13
But when you make a reception, invite poor [ones], crippled [ones], lame [ones], blind [ones];
14
and you will be happy, because they have nothing with which to repay you. For you will be repaid in the resurrection of the righteous [ones].

SCNC = 6
SINC Dinner, Evening-meal, Brothers, Neighbours, Repayment, Reception = 6. This parable is connected to the marriage feast  parable and the great evening meal parable following, for the last supper is both a marriage feast and the greatest of evening meals!!

15 On hearing these things a certain one of the fellow-invited [ones] said to him: Happy is he who eats bread in the kingdom of God [this is comparative speech, he is saying that he who eats bread in the kingdom is happier still by comparison with him that gives a feast to the poor in circumstances where his family and friends have shunned him].
16
The [one] said to him: A man, a certain one [tiV] was spreading a grand evening-meal, and he invited many.
17
And he sent his slave out at the hour of the evening-meal to say to the invited [ones], 'Come, because things are now ready.'
18
But they all unitedly started to beg off. The first [one] said to him, 'I bought a field and have necessity to go out and see it; I ask you, Have me excused.'
19
And another said, 'I bought 5 yoke of cattle and am going to examine them; I ask you, Have me excused.'
20
Still another said, 'I just married a wife and for this reason I cannot come.'
21
So the slave came up and reported these things to his Lord. Then having become wrathful the householder said to his slave, 'Go out quickly into the broad [ones] [plateiaV could an adjective or a noun - Mounce] and the lanes of the city, and bring in here the poor [ones] and crippled [ones] and blind [ones] and lame [ones].'
22
And the slave said, 'Lord, what you ordered has been done, and yet there is place/room.'
23
And the Lord said to the slave, 'Go out into the roads and the fences, and compel them to come in, so that my house may be filled.
24
For I say to you, None of those males [partitive genitive] that were invited will taste of evening-meal [genitive object] of me.'

SCNC = 23
SINC Man, Evening-meal, Slave, Hour of Evening-meal, Field, Necessity, Yoke of Cattle, Wife, Lord, Householder, Lanes of City, Place, Roads, Fences, House, Males = 16

The Marriage feast first place and great evening meal parables are one triple parable.

Triple parable SCNC = 7 + 6 + 23 = 36 (3 threads)
Triple parable SINC = Man, Evening-meal, Slave, Hour of Evening-meal, Field, Necessity, Yoke of Cattle, Wife, Lord, Householder, Lanes of City, Place, Roads, Fences, House, Males = 16, Marriage-feast, (First-Place), Shame, Glory, Dinner, Brothers, Neighbours, Repayment, Reception = 24 

LCNC

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25 Now great crowds were traveling with him, and he turned and said to them [new focus, sense override]:
26
If anyone comes to me and does not hate his father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters, yes, and even his own soul [This has to be comparative speech. For if it were absolute then it would break the second commandment to love your brother as yourself! There is 'just as' and there is 'moreso' in comparative speech] he cannot be my disciple.
27
Whoever is not carrying his torture-stake and coming after me cannot be my disciple.
28
For example, who of you that wants to build a tower does not first sit down and calculate the expense, to see if he has completion [in funds]?
29
Otherwise, he might lay its foundation but not be able to finish it, and all the [ones] beholding might start to ridicule him,
30
saying, 'This man started to build but was not able to finish.'
31
Or what king, marching to engage another king in war, does not first sit down and discuss whether he is able with 10 chiliarchies? to cope with the one that comes against him with 20 chiliarchies?
32
If, in fact, he cannot do so, then while that one is yet far away he sends out a ambassadorial-body and sues for peace.
33
Thus, you may be sure, none of you that does not say good-bye to all his [things] belonging can be my disciple.
34
Salt, certainly, is fine. But if even the salt loses its strength, with what will it be seasoned?
35
It is suitable [to be thrown] neither into the earth nor into manure. They throw it outside. Let him that has ears to listen, listen.

CNC = 5 (1 thread)
INC Crowds, Disciple, Ears = 3

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LUKE CHAPTER 15
1
Now all the tax-collectors and the sinful [ones] kept drawing near to him to hear him.
2
Consequently both the Pharisees and the Scribes kept muttering, saying: This [one] welcomes sinful [ones] and eats with them.
3
Then he spoke this parable to them, saying:
4
What [tiV - with an acute on the i] man out of you having 100 sheep, and having lost one out of them, is not leaving the 99 in the desolate [place]  and going upon the [one] having been lost until he finds it?
5
And having found [it] he puts it upon his shoulders rejoicing.
6
And having come into the house he calls his loved [ones] and his neighbours [geitonaV] together, saying to them, 'Rejoice with me, because I have found my sheep, the [one] having been lost.'
7
I tell you that thus [more] joy in the heaven will be upon one sinful [one] repenting than upon 99 righteous [ones] who have no need of repentance.

Lost Sheep Parable
SCNC = 6
SINC Man, Sheep, Shoulders, House, Neighbours = 5

The lost sheep parables of Matthew 18:12-14 and Luke 15:4-7 are not parallel, the conclusions are different, so they are saying different things. In Matthew the conclusion is that God does not want to lose and single sheep. In Luke the conclusion is that there is more joy in heaven over the one sinner who repents than there is over the 99 who have no need of repentance. 

8 Or what woman having10 drachmas, if she loses one drachma, does not light a lamp and sweep her house and search carefully until she finds it?
9
And having found [it] she calls together the [ones] loved and neighbours together, saying, 'Rejoice with me, because I have found the drachma that I lost.'
10
Thus, I tell you, joy arises before the angels of God upon one sinful [one] repenting.

CNC = 9
INC Tax-collectors, Pharisees, Scribes, Parable, Joy, Heaven, Need of Repentance, 

 

Lost Drachma parable 
SCNC = 7
SINC Woman, Drachma, Lamp, House, Neighbours = 5

Same conclusion to the lost sheep and the lost drachma, so the two parables are a double parable. But then so is the prodigal son, also about sinners repenting. So we have a triple parable here! 

11 Then he said: A man, a certain one had 2 sons.
12
And the younger of them said to the father, 'Father, give me the part of the property due to [me].' So/but the [one] divided his life/living to them.
13
And after not many days, having collected together all [things] the younger son traveled-abroad into a distant country, and there squandered his property living dissolutely.
14
[Upon - implied epi] having spent all [things], a strong famine occurred against that country, and he started to be wanting.
15
He even went and attached himself to one of the citizens [partitive genitive] of that country, and he sent him into his fields to feed pigs.
16
And he used to desire to be satiated out of the carob-pods which the pigs were eating, and no one would give him [anything].
17
When he came into himself, he said, How many hired-men? [misqioi] of my father are superfluous of bread, but I am perishing here from famine!
18
Having risen I will go to my father and say to him: Father, I have sinned into heaven and before you.
19
I am no longer worthy to be called your son. Make me as [wV] one of your hired-men [partitive genitive comparative comparative speech = comparative speech].'
20
So he rose and went to his father. But while he was yet being distant from [him], his father saw him and was moved-with-pity, and having run he fell upon his neck and tenderly kissed him.
21
But the son said to him, Father, I have sinned into heaven and before you. I am no longer worthy of being called your son. Make me as [wV] one of your hired-men.'
22
But the father said to his slaves, 'Quick! bring out a robe, the foremost [one], and clothe him, and put a ring into his hand and sandals on the feet.
23
And bring the calf, the grain-fed [one], slaughter it and having eaten let's enjoy ourselves,
24
because this my son was dead and came-to-life again; he was lost and was found.' And they started to enjoy themselves.
25
Now the son of him the older, was in the field; and as/when [wV] he came near to the house, he heard [akouw] of a music-concert? [sumfonia] and of dances? [coroV] [Akuow takes the direct object in the accusative - Liddell and Scott, with the genitive it means heard (the sound) of, so the noun is possessive].
26
And having summoned one of the boys/servants [partitive genitive] [paidwn] he inquired what these things might be.
27
He said to him: Your brother has arrived, and your father slaughtered the calf, the grain-fed [one], because he got him back being well.
28
But he became wrathful and was unwilling to enter. But his father having come out was entreating him.
29
But the [one] answering said to his father, Look! So many years I have slaved for you and never did I transgress your commandment, and to me you never even gave a kid in order that I might enjoy myself with my loved [ones].
30
But when this son of yours, the [one] having gobbled up your life/living with harlots turned up, you slaughtered the grain-fed calf for him.'
31
Btu the [one] said to him, Child [teknon], you have always been with me, and all the [things] mine is yours;
32
but it was-necessary to enjoy ourselves and rejoice, because this your brother was dead and came-to-life, and he was lost and was found.'

Notice that the father honoured his agreement with his younger brother for the sake of the elder, for everything that the father had now belonged to the elder son, but the younger sons, although having no means of living, was still his son.

SCNC (2,4,4,2,2,2,3,2,3,5,7,1,1,3,1,3,1,4,4,1,1) = 56
SINC Man, Sons, Father, (Part of the Property), Life, Days, Country, Property, Famine, Citizens of Country, Fields, Pigs, Carob-pods, Hired-men, Heaven, Neck, Slaves, Robe, Ring, Hand, Sandals, Feet, Calf, House, Boys, Brother, Years, Commandment, Kind, Harlots, Child = 30

Part [MeroV] in invariant in symbolism. 

Luke 15:4-6 and Luke 15:8-9 and Luke 15:11-32 are a triple parable. The triple parables of the lost sheep, the lost Drachma and the lost son.

Lost sheep SINC Man, Sheep, Shoulders, House, Neighbours = 5
Lost Drachma SINC Woman, Drachma, Lamp, House, Neighbours = 5

Total SCNC = 6 + 7 + 56 = 69 (3 threads)

Total SINC Man, Sons, Father, (Part of the Property), Life, Days, Country, Property, Famine, Citizens of Country, Fields, Pigs, Carob-pods, Hired-men, Heaven, Neck, Slaves, Robe, Ring, Hand, Sandals, Feet, Calf, House, Boys, Brother, Years, Commandment, Kind, Harlots, Child, Sheep, Shoulders, Neighbours, Woman, Drachma, Lamp = 36 

LUKE CHAPTER 16
1
Then he went on to say also to the disciples: A man, a certain one [tiV] was rich and he had a steward, and this one was accused to him as wasting his [things] belonging.
2
So he called him and said to him, 'What is this I hear about you? Give back the word of the stewardship of you, for you can no longer house-manage.'
3
Then the steward said to himself, 'What am I to do, seeing that my Lord will take the stewardship away from me? I am not strong enough to dig, I am ashamed to beg.
4
Ah! I know what I shall do, so that, when I am put out of the stewardship, people will receive me into their homes.'
5
And calling to him each one of the debtors [partitive genitive] of his Lord he proceeded to say to the first, 'How much are you owing my Lord?'
6
He said, 'A 100 baths of olive-oil.' He said to him, 'Take your written-agreement back and sit down and quickly write 50.'
7
Next, he said to another one, 'Now you, how much are you owing?' He said, 'A 100 cors of wheat.' He said to him, 'Take your written-agreement back and write 80.'
8
And his Lord commended the steward of the unrighteousness, because he acted discreetly; for the sons of this age are more discreet than the sons of the light in their generation.

Parable
SCNC = 16
SINC Man, Steward, Word of Stewardship, Lord, Stewardship, Homes, Debtors of Lord, Baths of Olive-oil, Written-agreement, Cors of Wheat, Steward of Unrighteousness = 11


9
Also, I say to you, Make befriended [ones] for yourselves out of the riches of the unrighteousness so that, when such fail, they may receive you into the everlasting dwellings/tents/abodes [the literal meaning is any temporary dwelling].
10
The person faithful in what is least is faithful also in much, and the person unrighteous in what is least is unrighteous also in much.
11
Therefore, if you have not proved yourselves faithful in connection with the unrighteous riches, who will entrust you with what is true?
12
And if you have not proved yourselves faithful in connection with what is another's, who will give you what is for yourselves?
13
No house-servant can be slave for 2 lords; for, either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will stick to the one and despise the other. You cannot slave for God and for riches.

Dual House-steward and House-servant parable:
SCNC = 16 + 2 = 18 (3 threads)
SINC Man, Steward, Word of Stewardship, Lord, Stewardship, Homes, Debtors of Lord, Baths of Olive-oil, Written-agreement, Cors of Wheat, Steward of Unrighteousness, House-servant = 12. 


14
Now the Pharisees, being money-lovers, were listening to all these [things], and they began to sneer at him.
15
Consequently he said to them: You are those who declare yourselves righteous before men, but God knows your hearts; because what is lofty among men is disgusting before God.
16
The Law and the Prophets were until John. From then the kingdom of God is being evangelised, and all are pressing forward toward it.
17
Indeed, it is easier for heaven and earth to pass away than for one tittle of the Law to fall.
18
Everyone that divorces his wife and marries another commits-adultery, and the [one] marrying [one] divorced from a husband/male commits-adultery [There are qualifications to this. If the womn was not a virgin at marriage, or if the woman adultery herself etc.]. [31]

19 A man, but, a certain one [tiV], was rich, and he used to deck himself with purple and linen, enjoying himself according to day luxuriously.
20
A poor [one], but, a certain one [tiV] Lazarus in name used to be put at his gate, ulcerated
21
and desiring to be filled from the [things] falling from the table of the rich [one]. Yes, too, the dogs would come and lick his ulcers.
22
Now it happened that the poor [one] died and he was carried off by the angels into the bosom of Abraham [metonym for fatherhood]. Also, the rich [one] died and was buried.
23
And in Hades he lifted up his eyes [to see the future in a vision] being in torments, [seeing in vision what it would be like for him in Gehenna, we do dream in Hades!!] and he saw Abraham afar off and Lazarus in the bosoms of him [in the Kingdom of God, after his resurrection]
24
So he called and said, 'Father, Abraham, have mercy on me and send Lazarus to dip of water [genitive indirect object, but symbolic water to the parable, there is no real fire in Gehenna and hence no need for real water] the tip of his finger [The Pharisee never lifted a finger for Lazarus in this system] and cool my tongue, because I am in anguish in this blazing flame [Symbolic to the parable. There is no real fire in Gehenna. But those in Gehenna may have a tongue and eyes since Lazarus does have a finger. This is all a metaphorical request for Lazarus to do the absolute minimum to assuage the fire of the rich man's conscience as regards his negligent use of his tongue in this system!!].' [20]
25
But Abraham said, 'Child, remember that you received in full your good [things] in your life but Lazarus likewise the bad [things]. Now, however, he is having comfort here but you are in anguish.
26
And besides all these [things], a great chasm has been fixed between us and you, so that [ones] wanting to go over from here to you cannot, neither may [ones] cross over from there to us.'
27
Then he said, 'In that event I ask you, father, to send him to the house of my father,
28
for I have 5 brothers, in order that he may testify to them thoroughly, that they also should not get into this place of torment.'
29
But Abraham said, 'They have Moses and the Prophets; let them listen to these.'
30
Then he said, 'No, indeed, father, Abraham, but if someone from the dead [ones] goes to them they will repent.'
31
But he said to him, 'If they are not hearing of Moses [not a possessive genitive] and of the Prophets [not a possessive genitive], neither will they be persuaded if someone rises from the dead [ones].'

Parable
SCNC = 36 (3 threads).
SINC Man, Purple, Linen, Day, Lazarus, Name, Gate, Table, Dogs, Ulcers, Angels, (Bosom of Abraham), Hades, Torments, Abraham, Bosoms, Father, Child, Life, Chasm, House of Father, Brothers, Place of Torment, Moses, Prophets = 24 

LUKE CHAPTER 17
1
Then he said to his disciples: It is unavoidable that stumbling-blocks come. Nevertheless, woe to the one through whom they come!
2
It would be advantageous for him if a millstone were suspended from his neck and he were thrown into the sea than for him to stumble one of these little ones. [explicit comparison, literally true, because thus you only die the first death]
3
Pay attention to yourselves. If your brother sins rebuke him, and if he repents forgive him.
4
Even if he sins 7-times [ektakiV] [out] of the day against you and he comes back to you 7-times, saying, 'I repent,' you must forgive him.
5
Now the apostles said to the Lord: Give us more faith.
6
Then the Lord said: If you had faith like [wV] a grain of mustard, you would say to this black-mulberry-tree, 'Be uprooted and planted in the sea!' and it would obey you [for example, so comparative speech].
7
Who of you is there that has a slave plowing or shepherding who having come in out of the field, will say to him: Come here at once and recline?
8
Rather, will he not say to him, 'Get ready what I might dine upon, and gird yourself and minister to me until I have eaten and drunk, and afterward you can eat and drink'?
9
He will not feel gratitude to the slave because he did the [things] assigned, will he?
10
So you, also, when you have done all the [things] assigned to you, say, 'We are good-for-nothing slaves? [we are slaves of God, we have the glorious freedom of the children of God but we act as slaves out of choice, to the extent that we choose]. What we have done is what we ought to have done.'

CNC = 42 (2 threads)
INC Tax-collectors, Pharisees, Scribes, Parable, Joy, Heaven, Need of Repentance, Angels of God, Disciples, Generation, Riches of Unrighteousness, Tents, Riches, God, Men, Hearts, Law, Prophets, John, Kingdom of God, Earth, Tittle of Law, Wife/Women, Husband/Male, Millstone, Neck, Sea, Brother, Day, Apostles, Lord, Faith = 32 

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11 And it happened whilst he was going to Jerusalem he was passing through the midst of Samaria and Galilee [before the frontiers of Judea of Matthew 19:1].
12
And [upon] entering into a certain one [tiV], a village 10 leprous males met him, but they stood up afar off.
13
And they raised their voices and said: Jesus, Instructor, have mercy on us!
14
And having seen [them] he said to them: Go and show yourselves to the priests. Then as they were going off they were cleansed.
15
One of them, when he saw he was healed, turned back, glorifying God with a loud voice.
16
And he fell upon his face at his feet [?], thanking him; furthermore, he was a Samaritan [guardian].
17
Responding Jesus said: Were not the 10 cleansed? Where, then, are the 9? [?]
18
Were none found that turned back to give glory to God but this foreign [one]?
19
And he said to him: Rise and go; your faith has saved you [just a bit of gratitude does it. Cleansed is one thing saved another. To finish a baptism and get sealed you need to show gratitude].

LCNC = 18 (3 threads)
LINC Jerusalem, Samaria, Galilee, Village, Males, Voice (2), Jesus (2), Instructor, Priests, God (2), Face, Feet, Samaritan, Glory, Faith = 15

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20
But on being asked by the Pharisees when the kingdom of God was coming, he answered them and said: The kingdom of God is not coming with striking observableness,
21
neither will people be saying, 'See here!' or, 'There!' For, look! the kingdom of God is in your midst.
22
Then he said to the disciples: Days will come when you will desire to see one of the days of the Son of man but you will not see [it].
23
And people will say to you, 'See there!' or, 'See here!' Do not go out or chase after [them].
24
For even as the lightning, by its flashing, shines from one part under heaven to another part under heaven, so the Son of man will be.
25
First, however, he must undergo many sufferings and be rejected by this generation.
26
Moreover, just as it occurred in the days of Noah, so it will be also in the days of the Son of man:
27
they were eating, they were drinking, men were marrying, women were being given in marriage, until that day when Noah entered into the ark, and the flood arrived and destroyed them all.
28
Likewise, just as it occurred in the days of Lot: they were eating, they were drinking, they were buying, they were selling, they were planting, they were building.
29
But on the day that Lot came out of Sodom it rained fire and sulphur from heaven and destroyed them all.
30
The same way it will be on that day when the Son of man is to be revealed.
31
On that day let the person that is on the housetop but whose movable things are in the house not come down to pick these up, and the person out in the field, let him likewise not return to the things behind.
32
Remember the wife of Lot.
33
Whoever seeks to keep his soul safe for himself will lose it, but whoever loses it will preserve it alive.
34
I tell you, In that night 2 [men] will be in one bed; the one will be taken along, but the other will be abandoned.
35
There will be 2 [women] grinding at the same mill; the one will be taken along, but the other will be abandoned.
36
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37
So in response they said to him: Where, Lord? He said to them: Where the body is, there also the eagles will be gathered together.

 

LUKE CHAPTER 18
1
Then he went on to tell them an illustration with regard to the need for them always to pray and not to give up,
2
saying: In a certain city there was a certain judge that had no fear of God and had no respect for man.
3
But there was a widow in that city and she kept going to him, saying, 'See that I get justice from my adversary at law.'
4
Well, for a while he was unwilling, but afterward he said to himself, 'Although I do not fear God or respect a man,
5
at any rate, because of this widow's continually making me trouble, I will see that she gets justice, so that she will not keep coming and pummeling me to a finish.'
6
Then the Lord said: Hear what the judge, although unrighteous, said!
7
Certainly, then, shall not God cause justice to be done for his chosen ones who cry out to him day and night, even though he is long-suffering toward them?
8
I tell you, He will cause justice to be done to them speedily. Nevertheless, when the Son of man arrives, will he really find the faith on the earth?
9
But he spoke this illustration also to some who trusted in themselves that they were righteous and who considered the rest as nothing:
10
2 men went up into the temple to pray, the one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector.
11
The Pharisee stood and began to pray these things to himself, 'Oh God, I thank you I am not as the rest of men, extortioners, unrighteous, adulterers, or even as this tax collector.
12
I fast twice a week, I give the 10th of all things I acquire.'
13
But the tax collector standing at a distance was not willing even to raise his eyes heavenward, but kept beating his breast, saying, 'Oh God, be gracious to me a sinner.'
14
I tell you, This man went down to his home proved more righteous than that man; because everyone that exalts himself will be humiliated, but he that humbles himself will be exalted.

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15
They were bringing towards him infants [brefh] in order that he might touch them. But having seen [this] the disciples were rebuking them
16
But Jesus called them towards him, saying: Let the little-children come to me, and do not prevent them. For of such [ones] is the kingdom of God.
17
Truly I say to you, Whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as [wV] a little-child will certainly not enter into it.

CNC = 6
INC Infants, Disciples, Jesus, Little-children, Kingdom of God = 5

Matthew 19:13-15 and Mark 10:10-16 and Luke 18:15-17 are parallel and all set in the house of Mark 10:10. 

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18
And a certain ruler [tiV auton arcwn] questioned him, saying: Good Teacher, by doing what shall I inherit everlasting life?
19
But Jesus said to him: Why do you call me good? Nobody is good, except one [eiV], the God.
20
You know the commandments, 'Do not commit-adultery, Do not murder, Do not steal, Do not bear-false-witness, Honor your father and mother.'
21
But the [one] said: All [these] I have kept from youth.
22
But having heard Jesus said to him: Yet one [thing] is lacking about you: Sell all [things] as many as you have and distribute [them] to poor [ones], and you will have treasure [spritual treasure] in the heavens; and come follow me.
23
But having heard these [things] he became grieved, for he was very rich.
24
Having seen him Jesus said: How difficultly the [ones] having riches are going into the kingdom of God!
25
Because it is easier, for a camel to get through the aperture of a sewing-needle [belonhV] [a narrow gate into Jerusalem. This is a literal comparison. It is like the statement: It is easier to enter into Oxford university than it is to enter into Cambridge university. The camel is your riches, your means of physical support, you need to let go of the camel to get into the gate] than for a rich [one] to enter into the kingdom of God.
26
But the [ones] having heard this said: And who can be saved?
27
He said: The [things] impossible with men is/are possible with God.
28
But Peter said: Look! We, having left [our] own [things], have followed you.
29
He said to them: Truly I am saying to you that there is no one who has left house or woman or brothers or parents or children on account of the kingdom of God
30
who will not receive many-times-more in this appointed time, and in the system, the [one] coming everlasting life.

CNC  = 29
INC Ruler, Teacher, Life, Jesus, God, Commandments, Father, Mother, Youth, Heavens, Riches, Kingdom of God, Camel, Aperture of Sewing Needle, Men, Peter, House, Woman, Brothers, (Parents), Children, Appointed-time, System = 22

When you have the symbolic meaning of Mother and of Father, then you also have the symbolic meaning of Parents. Parents and 'Mother and Father' are two Greek expressions for exactly the same thing.

Matthew 19:16-26 and Mark 10:17-31 and Luke 18:18-30 are parallel.

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31
Having taken the 12 aside, he said to them: Look! We are going up to Jerusalem, and all the [things] written through [not by but through dia, so they were just secretaries] the prophets about the Son of man will be completed.
32
For he will be delivered up to the nations and will be made fun of and be treated insolently and spit upon;
33
and after scourging him they will kill him, and to the day, the 3rd [each single designation does not make sense by itself, but does make sense in the setting of the other parallel accounts] he will rise.
34
However, they understood nothing of these [things]; and this utterance was hidden from them, and they were not knowing the [things] said.

CNC = 6 (3 threads)
INC Jerusalem, Prophets, Son of Man, Nations, Day, Utterance = 6

Matthew 20:17-19 and Mark 10:32-34 and Luke 18:31-34 are parallel.

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35
But it happened that in his getting near to Jericho a certain blind [one] was sitting beside the way/road begging.
36
But having heard [the sound] of a crowd [possessive genitive to implied sound? Or genitive indirect object] moving through he began to inquire what this might be [about].
37
They reported to him that: Jesus, the Nazarene is passing by!
38
At that he cried out, saying: Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!
39
And the [ones] leading were reprimanding him in order that he should be silent, but much [more] rather he was shouting: Son of David, have mercy on me.
40
But having stood still Jesus commanded him to be led to him. But [epi - at the time] of his having drawn near, he [Jesus] asked him:
41
What do you want me to do for you? He said: Lord, [do] in order that I might see again.
42
And Jesus said to him: See again; your faith has saved you.
43
And instantly he saw again, and he began to follow him, glorifying God. Also, all the people, having seen [it], gave praise to God.

CNC = 15
INC Jericho, Way, Jesus, Nazarene, Son of David, Lord, Faith, God, People, Praise = 10

Mark 10:46-52 and Luke 18:35-43 are parallel.

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LUKE CHAPTER 19
1
And having entered he was going through the Jericho.
2
And Look! A male, in name [he was] being called Zacchaeus; and he was a chief-tax-collector, and he was rich.
3
Well, he was seeking to see who Jesus was, but he could not for the crowd, because he was small in stature.
4
So having run ahead into the advanced [position] he climbed upon a fig-mulberry tree in order to see him, because he was about to go through that [way].
5
Now as/when [wV] he came upon the place, having looked up Jesus said to him: Zacchaeus, hurry and get down, for today I must stay in your house.
6
With that he hurried and got down and with rejoicing he received him.
7
But when they saw [it], they all fell to muttering, saying: Alongside a male [that is] a sinful [one] he went in to lodge.
8
But having stood up Zacchaeus said to the Lord: Look! The half of the [things] belonging of me, Lord, I am giving to the poor [ones], and whatever [thing] from anyone I extorted-by-trickery I am restoring fourfold.
9
But Jesus said to him that today salvation has occurred to this house, because he also is a son of Abraham.
10
For the Son of man came to seek and to save the [thing] having been lost.
11
[upon - implied epi] their listening to these [things] he added and spoke a parable, because he was near [egguV] of Jerusalem [see verse 28] [not possessive] and they were imagining that the kingdom of God was going to display itself instantly.
12
Therefore he said: A man, a certain [one] [tiV], well-bred, traveled to a distant land [cwran] to secure a kingdom for himself and to return.
13
Calling 10 slaves of his he gave them 10 minas and told them, 'Do-business till I come.'
14
But his citizens hated him and sent out a body-of-ambassadors after him, to say, 'We do not want this [one] to reign over us.'
15
And it happened on his returning having received the kingdom that he commanded to be called to him these slaves to whom he had given the silver-money, in order to ascertain what they had gained.
16
The first [one] came along, saying, 'Lord, your mina became 10 minas.'
17
So he said to him, 'Well done, good slave! Because in a smallest [thing] you have proved faithful, [be you] authority [exousian] having on top of [epanw] 10 cities.'] or [be you authority of cities having on top of [epanw] 10]
18
And the second [one] came, saying, 'Your mina, Lord, made 5 minas.'
19
He said to this [one] also, 'You, too, become [one] on top of [epanw] 5 cities.'
20
But a different [one] came, saying, 'Lord, look! Your mina, which I kept laid away in a cloth.
21
For I was fearing you, because you are a harsh man; taking up what you did not deposit and reaping what you did not sow.'
22
He said to him, 'Out of your [own] mouth I judge you, wicked slave. You knew, did you, that I am a harsh man, taking up what I did not deposit and reaping what I did not sow?
23
So why is it you did not put my silver-money upon a table [in a bank]? Then I having come would have collected it with interest.'
24
And to the [ones] standing by he said, 'Take the mina from him and give it to the [one] having the 10 minas.'
25
But they said to him, 'Lord, he has 10 minas!'
26
'I am saying to you, To everyone having, it will be given; but from the one not having, even what he has will be taken away.
27
Besides, these hostile [ones] of mine, the [ones] not wishing me to reign over them, bring [them] here and slaughter them before me.'

SCNC (3,2,2,3,3,3,2/3,1,3,1,3,3,2,2,0,0) = 33/[34] [The wording of verse 17 is ambiguous, exousian can take the genitive, with the meaning 'authority over' - Liddel and Scott. Also we do not want city (2) and citizen (1). So we are free to choose to count it possessively - so we do! 3 threads]
SINC Man, Land, Kingdom, Slaves, Minas, Citizens, Body-of-ambassadors, Silver-money, Lord, Authority, City, Cloth, Mouth, Table, Interest = 15

28 And having said these [things] he was going in-front, going-up into Jerusalem

CNC = 26
INC Jericho, Male, Name, Zacchaeus, Chief-tax-collector, Jesus, Crowd, Stature, Fig-mulberry-tree, Place, House, Lord, Salvation, Son of Abraham, Son of Man, Parable, Jerusalem, Kingdom of God = 18 

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29 And it happened as/when [wV] he got near into Bethphage and Bethany toward the mountain, the [one] being called of Olives, he sent forth 2 of the disciples,
30
saying: Go into the village opposite, entering into which you will find a colt tied, on which no-one of men [partitive genitive] ever sat. Loose it and bring it.
31
But if anyone asks you, 'Due to what are you loosing it?' You must say thus/in-this-way/like-this [outwV] that 'The Lord of it need is having.' [they actually said precisely this - but it is still comparative speech]
32
But having gone off the [ones] having been sent found [it] just as [kaqwV] he said to them.

33
But [epi - at the time] of their loosing the colt, the Lords of it said to them: Why are you loosing the colt?
34
They said: The Lord of it need is having.
35
And they led it to Jesus, and having thrown their outer-garments upon the colt they set Jesus upon [it].
36
But [epi - at the time] of his going along they were spreading their outer-garments in the way/road.
37
But [epi - at the time] of his already getting near to the descent of the Mount of Olives all the multitude of the disciples started rejoicing, praising the God with a great voice about all the powerful-works which they had seen,
38
saying: Blessed is the King, the [one] coming in name of Lord! Peace in heaven, and glory in the highest [places]!
39
And certain ones of the Pharisees [partitive genitive] from the crowd said to him: Teacher, rebuke your disciples.
40
But answering he said: I tell you, if these were silent, the stones [water baptised - parts of temple] would cry out.
41
And as/when [wV] he got near, having seen the city, he wept over it,
42
saying: If you, even you, knew in this day the [things] toward peace, but now it is hid from your eyes.
43
Because days will come upon you when your hostile [ones] will build around you a palisade [wall of stakes] and they will encircle you and they will distress you from-every-side,
44
and they will flatten you and your children in you, and they will not leave a stone upon a stone in you, instead of [the peaceful things] of which [were spoken above] [because] you knew not the appointed time of your inspection.
45
And having entered into the temple he started to throw out the [ones] selling,
46
saying to them: It is written, 'And my house will be a house of prayer,' but you made it a cave of robbers [you turned my house into a pig sty, this is comparative speech].
47
And he was teaching the [people] according to day in the temple. But the chief-priests and the scribes were seeking to destroy him, also the first [ones] of the people [possessive not partitive - leaders of the people],
48
yet they did not find the [thing] what they might do, for all the people were hanging out with him listening.

CNC (4,3,0,0,3,2,4,2,5,5,4,0,1,2,2,4,1,2,4,1) = 49
INC Bethphage, Bethany, Mountain, Disciples, Village, Colt, Men, Lord, Need, Jesus, Outer-garments, Way, Descent of Mount of Olives, (Multitude of Disciples), God, Voice, Powerful-works, King, Name of Lord, Peace, Heaven, Glory, Pharisees, Crowd, Teacher, City, Eyes, Day, Palisade, Children, Stone, Appointed-time of Inspection, Temple, House, House of Prayer, Chief-priests, Scribes, People = 37

Matthew 21:1-17 and Mark 11:1-11 and Luke 19:29-48 are John 12:12-19 are parallel. There was only one Palm Sunday.

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LUKE CHAPTER 20
1
And it happened that in one of the days [partitive genitive] of his teaching the people in the temple and of declaring-the-good-news, the chief priests and the scribes with the older [ones] approached,
2
and spoke, saying to him: Tell us by in what sort-of authority [dative] you are doing these [things]. Or who is the [one] having given you this authority?
3
Answering he said to them: I will also ask you, also I, a word [metonym for a few words], and you tell me:
4
The baptism of John was it out of heaven or out of men?
5
But they reasoned among themselves, saying: If we say: Out of heaven, he will say: Due to what did you not believe him?'
6
But if we say: Out of men, the people all will stone us, for it is/they are persuaded [that] John was a prophet.
7
And [so] they replied that they did not know wherefrom.
8
And Jesus said to them: Neither am I telling you in what sort-of authority [dative] I am doing these [things].

CNC = 16
INC Days, Chief-priests, Scribes, Authority, Word, Baptism of John, Heaven, Men, People, John, Prophet, Jesus = 12

Matthew 21:23-32 and Mark 11:27-33 and Luke 20:1-8 are parallel. But plainly the accounts continue...

9 But he started to say to the people [including the chief priests and scribes and older men] this parable: A man planted a vineyard and let it out to cultivators, and he traveled abroad for considerable times. [cronouV]
10
But at the appointed time/season he sent out a slave to the cultivators, in order that they might give him [something] from the fruit of the vineyard. But the cultivators, having beat him, sent him away empty.
11
But he repeated [this] to send a different slave. But having beaten and dishonoured that one, they sent him away empty.
12
And he repeated [this] to send a 3rd [one]. But they also threw this [one] out having wounded him.
13
But the lord of the vineyard said, 'What shall I do? I will send my son, the beloved. Justly they will respect this one.'
14
But having seen him, the cultivators were reasoning with one another, saying, 'This is the heir; let us kill him, that the inheritance may become ours.'
15
And having thrown him out [ekbalonteV], outside [exw] [static adverb, the movement is in the verb] of the vineyard, they killed [him]. What, therefore, will the lord of the vineyard do to them?
16
He will come and destroy these cultivators and will give the vineyard to others. On hearing [this] they said: Never may that happen!

Vineyard cultivators parable
SCNC (4,5,1,0,2,3,1,2) = 18
SINC Man, Vineyard, Cultivators, Times, Appointed-time, Slave, Fruit of Vineyard, Lord of Vineyard, Son, Heir, Inheritance = 11

Matthew 21:33-41 and Mark 12:1-9 and Luke 20:9-16 are parallel parables. In Matthew the pharisees judge the cultivators, whereas in Luke the people say: Never may that happen. So there were two recitals of the parable to two different audiences, but it is a parable, the timing and the audience are irrelevant.

17 But the [one] having looked upon them, said: What, therefore is this the [thing] having been written: The stone which the [ones] building rejected, this turned into [the] head of [the] corner?
18
Everyone, the [one] falling upon that stone will be shattered. But whomsoever it falls upon, it will pulverize him.

Head of Corner parable
SCNC = 3
SINC Stone, Head of Corner = 2

Matthew 21:42-44 and Mark 12:10-11 and Luke 20:17-18 are parallel parables. Acts 4:11 and 1 Peter 2:7 are explanations that Jesus is the fulfilment of the event symbolism of this parable.

CNC = 18
INC Days, Chief-priests, Scribes, Authority, Word, Baptism of John, Heaven, Men, People, John, Prophet, Jesus, Parable = 13

Matthew 21:23-22:14 and Mark 11:27-12:12 and Luke 20:1-18 are parallel.

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19 The scribes and the chief priests now sought to get their hands? on him in that very hour, but they feared the people; for they knew that he spoke this parable about them.
20
And, having closely observed him, they sent out secretly-hired [ones] to pretending themselves to be righteous, in order that they might catch [lambanw] of him of word, in order [wste] to turn him over to the chief and to the authority of the governor.
21
And they questioned him, saying: Teacher, we know you speak and teach correctly and you do not accept face? [value], but upon truth you teach the way/road of God:
22
Is it lawful for us to pay tax to Caesar or not?
23
But having detected their craftiness and said to them:
24
Show me a denarius. Whose image and inscription does it have? They said: [The image] of Caesar.
25
He said to them: Well then, pay back the [things] of Caesar to Caesar, but the [things] of God to God.
26
Well, they were not able to catch [epilambanw] of the saying before the people, but, marveling upon his answer, they became silent.

CNC (6,2,3,2,1,3,2,2) = 21
INC Scribes, Chief-priests, Hands, Hour, People, Parable, Chief, Authority of Governor, Teacher, Face, Truth, Tax, Caesar, Craftiness, Denarius, Image, Inscription, God, Saying = 19

Matthew 22:15-22 and Mark 12:13-17 Luke 20:19-26 are parallel.

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27
But having approached him, some [tineV] of the Sadducees [partitive genitive], the [ones] saying there is no resurrection, questioned him,
28
saying: Teacher, Moses wrote us, 'If a brother of a certain one dies having a woman, and this [one] was childless, then [ean...ina is if...then] his brother should take the woman and raise up seed from [her] for his brother.'
29
Accordingly there were 7 brothers; and the first [one] having taken a woman died childless.
30
and the second,
31
and the 3rd took her. Likewise [wsautwV] even the 7: they did not leave children [tekna] behind, and they died.
32
Lastly, the woman also died.
33
Therefore, in the resurrection, a woman of which one of them does she become? For the 7 got her [that] woman [gunaika accusative agreeing with 'her'].
34
And Jesus said to them: The sons of this system marry and are given-in-marriage,
35
but the [ones] having been counted-worthy to attain of that system [genitive direct object] and of the resurrection, the [one] out of the dead [ones], neither marry nor are given-in marriage.
36
For, neither can they die anymore, for they are angel-like, and are sons of God being sons of the resurrection [this resurrection being out of the judicially dead, i.e. being born again].
37
But that the dead [ones] are raised up even Moses disclosed, upon the thornbush, when [wV] he called [the] Lord, the God of Abraham and God of Isaac and God of Jacob.'
38
He is a God, not of the dead [ones], but of the living [ones], for all [of them are living to him.
39 But having answered some of the scribes said: Teacher, you spoke well.
40
For no longer were they daring to be asking him anything.

CNC (2,8,2,0,1,1,3,1,2,1,6,1,2,0) = 30
INC Sadducees, Resurrection, Teacher, Moses, Brother, Woman, Seed, Children, Jesus, System, Sons of God, Thornbush, Lord, God of Abraham, God of Isaac, God of Jacob, God, Scribes = 18

Matthew 22:23-33 and Mark 12:18-34 and Luke 20:27-44 are parallel.

41 But he said to them [The Sadducees]: How is it they say that the Christ is son of David?
42
For David himself says in the book of Psalms, '[The] Lord said to my Lord, Sit out of my right [parts]
43
until I place your hostile [ones] [as] a footstool of your feet.'
44
Since David, calls him 'Lord'; so how is he his son?

CNC = 9
INC Christ, (Son of David), David, Book of Psalms, Lord, Son = 5

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45 But [upon - implied epi] all the people listening he said to the disciples:
46
Consider [ones] from the scribes, the [ones] wanting to walk about in robes and liking greetings in the marketplaces and foremost-seats in the synagogues and foremost-couches in the evening-meals,
47
[the ones] who devour the houses of the widows and for a mask pray extendedly. These will receive a heavier judgement.

CNC = 13
INC People, Disciples, Scribes, Robes, Greetings, Marketplaces, Foremost-seats, Synagogues, Foremost-couches, Evening-meals, Houses of Widows, Mask, Judgement = 13

LUKE CHAPTER 21
1
But having looked up he saw the rich [ones] throwing their gifts into the treasury.
2
But he saw a certain one [tina], a widow, needy, throwing there 2 leptons,
3
and he said: Truly I am saying to you that this widow, the poor [one], threw more of/than all [of them].
4
For all these threw in gifts out the [things] overflowing to them, but this [one] out of her want [usterhma] threw all the life/living which she had.

CNC = 8
INC Gifts, Treasury, Widow, Leptons, Want, Life = 6

Total CNC = 21
Total INC People, Disciples, Scribes, Robes, Greetings, Marketplaces, Foremost-seats, Synagogues, Foremost-couches, Evening-meals, Houses of Widows, Mask, Judgement, Gifts, Treasury, Widow, Leptons, Want, Life = 19 

Mark 12:35-44 and Luke 20:45-21:4 are parallel.

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5
And as certain ones were speaking concerning the temple, how it was adorned with fine stones and dedicated things,
6
he said: As for these things that you are beholding, the days will come in which not a stone upon a stone will be left here and not be thrown down.
7
Then they questioned him, saying: Teacher, when will these things actually be, and what will be the sign when these things are destined to occur?
8
He said: Look out that you are not misled; for many will come on the basis of my name, saying, 'I am he,' and, 'The due time has approached.' Do not go after them.
9
Furthermore, when you hear of wars and disorders, do not be terrified. For these things must occur first, but the end does not [occur] immediately.
10
Then he went on to say to them: Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom;
11
and there will be great earthquakes, and in one place after another pestilences and food shortages; and there will be fearful sights and from heaven great signs.
12
But before all these things people will lay their hands upon you and persecute you, delivering you up to the synagogues and prisons, you being haled before kings and governors for the sake of my name.
13
It will turn out to you for a witness.
14
Therefore settle it in your hearts not to rehearse beforehand how to make your defense,
15
for I will give you a mouth and wisdom, which all your opposers together will not be able to resist or dispute.
16
Moreover, you will be delivered up even by parents and brothers and relatives and friends, and they will put some of you to death;
17
and you will be objects of hatred by all people because of my name.
18
And yet not a hair of your heads will by any means perish.
19
By endurance on your part you will acquire your souls.
20
Furthermore, when you see Jerusalem surrounded by encamped armies, then know that the desolating of her has drawn near.
21
Then let those in Judea begin fleeing to the mountains, and let those in the midst of her withdraw, and let those in the country places not enter into her;
22
because these are days for meting out justice, that all the things written may be fulfilled.
23
Woe to the pregnant women and the ones suckling a baby in those days! For there will be great necessity upon the land and wrath on this people;
24
and they will fall by the edge of the sword and be led captive into all the nations; and Jerusalem will be trampled on by the nations, until the appointed times of the nations are fulfilled.
25
Also, there will be signs in sun and moon and stars, and on the earth anguish of nations, not knowing the way out because of the roaring of the sea and [its] agitation,
26
while men become faint out of fear and expectation of the things coming upon the inhabited earth; for the powers of the heavens will be shaken.
27
And then they will see the Son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory.
28
But as these things start to occur, raise yourselves erect and lift your heads up, because your deliverance is getting near.
29
With that he spoke an illustration to them: Note the fig tree and all the other trees:
30
When they are already in the bud, by observing it you know for yourselves that now the summer is near.
31
In this way you also, when you see these things occurring, know that the kingdom of God is near.
32
Truly I say to you, This generation will by no means pass away/come beside/arrive until all things occur.
33
Heaven and earth will pass away/come beside/arrive, but my words will by no means pass away/come beside/arrive.
34
But pay attention to yourselves that your hearts never become weighed down with overeating and heavy drinking and anxieties of life, and suddenly that day be instantly upon you
35
as a snare. For it will come in upon all those dwelling upon the face of all the earth.
36
Keep awake, then, all the time making supplication that you may succeed in escaping all these things that are destined to occur, and in standing before the Son of man.

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Is the below a prologue or an epilogue?

37 So by day he would be teaching in the temple, but by night he would go out and lodge on the mountain, the [one] called "of Olives"
38
And all the people would come early to him in the temple to hear him.

CNC = 6
INC = 5

This cannot be an epilogue since it would not only attach to the signs of the times but also to the widows might above etc. It is a prologue because then we have a comparison between everyone wanting to hear Jesus and the Pharisees plotting to kill him (due to his popularity)..

LUKE CHAPTER 22
1
But/Now the festival of the unfermented [cakes], the [one] called Passover, was getting near.
2
Also, the chief-priests and the scribes were seeking the [way] how they might take him out, for they were fearing the people.

3 But Satan entered into Judas, the [one] called Iscariot [iskariwthV], being [one] out of the number of the 12 [this is the story verses 1 and 2 are the preamble];
4
and he went off and talked with the chief-priests and [temple] captains the [way] how he might betray him to them.
5
Well, they rejoiced and agreed to give him silver.
6
So he consented, and he began to seek an opportunity to betray him to them without a crowd around.

CNC = 14
INC Festival, Passover, Chief-priest, Scribes, People, Satan, Judas, Iscariot [iskariwthV], (Number of 12), Captains, Silver, Opportunity, Crowd = 12

Matthew INC Judas, Iscariot [iskariwthV], Chief-priests, Silvers, Opportunity = 5
Mark INC
Judas, Chief-priests, Silver = 3

Total INC Festival, Passover, Chief-priest, Scribes, People, Satan, Judas, Iscariot [iskariwthV], (Number of 12), Captains, Silver, Opportunity, Crowd = 12

Matthew 26:6-16 and  Mark 14:1-11 and Luke 22:1-6 and John 11:55-57 are parallel. John 12:1-8 is not parallel. In John Mary puts oil on Jesus' feet, 6 days before the passover, in Lazarus' house, in Matthew and Mark she puts it on his head 2 days before the passover in Simon the leper's house.
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7 The day of the unfermented cakes now arrived, on which the passover [victim] must be sacrificed;
8
and he dispatched Peter and John, saying: Go and get the passover ready for us to eat.
9
They said to him: Where do you want us to get [it] ready?
10
He said to them: Look! When you enter into the city a man carrying an earthenware vessel of water will meet you. Follow him into the house into which he enters.
11
And you must say to the landlord of the house, 'The Teacher says to you: Where is the guest room in which I may eat the passover with my disciples?'
12
And that [man] will show you a large upper room furnished. Get [it] ready there.
13
So they departed and found it just as he had said to them, and they got the passover ready.
14
At length when the hour came, he reclined at the table, and the apostles with him.
15
And he said to them: I have greatly desired to eat this passover with you before I suffer;
16
for I tell you, I will not eat it again until it becomes fulfilled in the kingdom of God.
17
And, accepting a cup, he gave thanks and said: Take this and pass it from one to the other among yourselves;
18
for I tell you, From now on I will not drink again from the product of the vine until the kingdom of God arrives.
19
Also, he took a loaf, gave thanks, broke it, and gave it to them, saying: This means my body which is to be given in your behalf. Keep doing this in remembrance of me.
20
Also, the cup in the same way after they had the evening meal, he saying: This cup means the new covenant by virtue of my blood, which is to be poured out in your behalf.
21
But, look! the hand of my betrayer is with me at the table.
22
Because the Son of man is going his way according to what is marked out; all the same, woe to that man through whom he is betrayed!
23
So they started to discuss among themselves the question of which of them would really be the one that was about to do this.
24
However, there also arose a heated dispute among them over which one of them seemed to be greatest.
25
But he said to them: The kings of the nations lord it over them, and those having authority over them are called Benefactors.
26
you, though, are not to be that way. But let him that is the greatest among you become as the youngest, and the one acting as chief as the one ministering.
27
For which one is greater, the one reclining at the table or the one ministering? Is it not the one reclining at the table? But I am in your midst as the one ministering.
28
However, you are the ones that have stuck with me in my trials;
29
and I make a covenant with you, just as my Father has made a covenant with me, for a kingdom,
30
that you may eat and drink at my table in my kingdom, and sit on thrones to judge the 12 tribes of Israel.
31
Simon, Simon, look! Satan has demanded to have you men to sift you as wheat.
32
But I have made supplication for you that your faith may not give out; and you, when once you have returned, strengthen your brothers.
33
Then he said to him: Lord, I am ready to go with you both into prison and into death.
34
But he said: I tell you, Peter, A cock will not crow today until you have 3 times denied knowing me.
35
He also said to them: When I sent you forth without purse and food pouch and sandals, you did not want for anything, did you? They said: No!
36
Then he said to them: But now let the one that has a purse take it up, likewise also a food pouch; and let the one having no sword sell his outer garment and buy one.
37
For I tell you that this which is written must be accomplished in me, namely, 'And he was reckoned with lawless ones.' For that which concerns me is having an accomplishment.
38
Then they said: Lord, look! here are 2 swords. He said to them: It is enough.

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39
On going out he went as customarily to the Mount of Olives; and the disciples also followed him.
40
Having come to the place he said to them: Carry on prayer, that you do not enter into temptation.
41
And he himself drew away from them about a stone's throw, and bent his knees and began to pray,
42
saying: Father, if you wish, remove this cup from me. Nevertheless, let, not my will, but yours take place.
43
Then an angel from heaven appeared to him and strengthened him.
44
But getting into an agony he continued praying more earnestly; and his sweat became as drops of blood falling to the ground.
45
And he rose from prayer, went to the disciples and found them slumbering from grief;
46
and he said to them: Why are you sleeping? Rise and carry on prayer, that you do not enter into temptation.
47
While he was yet speaking, look! a crowd, and the [man] called Judas, one of the 12, was going before them; and he approached Jesus to kiss him.
48
But Jesus said to him: Judas, do you betray the Son of man with a kiss?
49
When those about him saw what was going to happen, they said: Lord, shall we strike with the sword?
50
A certain one of them even did strike the slave of the high priest and took off his right ear.
51
But in reply Jesus said: Let it go as far as this. And he touched the ear and healed him.
52
Jesus then said to the chief priests and captains of the temple and older men that had come there for him: Did you come out with swords and clubs as against a robber?
53
While I was with you in the temple day after day you did not stretch out your hands against me. But this is your hour and the authority of darkness.

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54 Then they arrested him and led him off and brought him into the house of the chief-priest; but Peter was following from afar.
55
When they lit a fire in the midst of the courtyard [possessive, midst is used substantively] and sat down together, Peter was sitting in among them.
56
But servant-girl, a certain one [tiV] having seen him sitting towards the light [of the fire] and looked him over and said: This [one] also was with him.
57
But he denied it, saying: I do not know him, woman.
58
And after a short [time] another [one] seeing him said: You also are one of them. But Peter said: Man, I am not.
59
And after as if [wsei] an hour a certain other [one] began insisting strongly: Upon truth this [one] also was with him; for, he is also a Galilean [one]!
60
But Peter said: Man, I do not know what you are saying. And instantly, while he was yet speaking, a cock crowed.
61
And the Lord turned and looked upon Peter, and Peter recalled the saying of the Lord [wV] as/like he said to him that: Before a cock crows today you will disown me 3-times.
62
And he went outside and wept bitterly.

63 Now the males the [ones] holding him were ridiculing him, hitting him;
64
and after covering him over they would ask and say: Prophesy. Who is it that struck you?
65
And they went on saying many other [things] blaspheming against him.

CNC = 19
INC House of Chief-priest, Peter, Fire, Servant-girl, Light, Woman, Man, Truth, Cock, Lord, Saying of Lord, Males = 12

Matthew 26:57-75 and Mark 14:53-72 and Luke 22:54-65 and John 18:12-27 are parallel.

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66 And when [wV] it became day, the body-of-elders of the people, both chief-priests and scribes, gathered together, and they led him into their Sanhedrin, saying:
67
If you are the Christ, tell us. But he said to them: Even if I told you, you would not believe it at all.
68
Moreover, if I questioned you, you would not answer at all.
69
However, from now on the Son of man will be sitting out of right [parts] of the power of God.
70
At this they all said: Are you, therefore, the Son of God? He said to them: You yourselves are saying that I am.
71
But the [ones] said: What need of witness/testimony are we yet having? For we ourselves have heard [it] from his mouth.

1 So the whole multitude of them rose, and led him to Pilate.

CNC = 12
INC Day, Body-of-elders of People, Chief-priests, Scribes, Sanhedrin, Christ, Son of Man, Son of God, Need of Witness, Mouth, (Multitude), Pilate = 11

Matthew 27:1-2 and Luke 22:66-23:1 are parallel being account of the early morning consultation at the Sanhedrin which was Caiaphas' place. Mark 15:1 and John 18:28 are not because they are not accounts about this consulation they are accounts about the journey to Pilate after that consulation.

Total CNC = 6 + 12 = 18 (3 threads)

Luke INC Day, Body-of-elders of People, Chief-priests, Scribes, Sanhedrin, Christ, Son of Man, Son of God, Need of Witness, Mouth, (Multitude), Pilate = 11

Mathew INC Morning, Chief-priests, Consultation, Jesus, Pilate, Governor = 6

Total INC Day, Body-of-elders of People, Chief-priests, Scribes, Sanhedrin, Christ, Son of Man, Son of God, Need of Witness, Mouth, (Multitude), Pilate, Consultation, Jesus, Morning, Governor = 15

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LUKE CHAPTER 23
2
But they started to accuse him, saying: This [one] we found subverting our nation and forbidding taxes to be given to Caesar and saying himself to be a Christ a king.
3
Now Pilate asked him: Are you the king of the Jewish [ones]? Answering him he said: You yourself are saying [it].
4
Then Pilate said to the chief-priests and the crowds: I find no culpable [thing] in this man.
5
But they began to be insistent, saying: He stirs up the people by teaching throughout all Judea, even starting out from Galilee to here.
6
On hearing that, Pilate asked whether the man was a galilean [one],
7
and, after ascertaining that he was out of [ek] the authority of Herod, he sent him on to Herod, who was also himself in Jerusalem in these days. [22]


8
When Herod saw Jesus he rejoiced greatly, for over a considerable time he was wanting to see him because of having heard about him, and he was hoping to see some sign performed by him.
9
Now he began to question him with a good many words; but he answered him nothing.
10
However, the chief-priests and the scribes kept standing up and vehemently accusing him.
11
Then Herod together with his guards discredited him, and he made-fun of him by clothing him with a bright garment and sent him back to Pilate.
12
Both Herod and Pilate now became befriended [ones] with each other on that very day; for before that they had continued at enmity between themselves. [15]


13
Wherefore Pilate called the chief-priests and the rulers and the people together
14
and said to them: You brought this man to me as [wV] one inciting the people, and, look! I examined him before you but found in this man nothing that you accuse him off.
15
Neither did Herod, for he sent him back to us; and, look! nothing worthy [axion] of death [worthy is a noun characterized incomplete adjective] has been committed by him.
16
I will therefore chastise him and release him.
17
-- [Now he was under necessity to release one to them according to festival] [not in Alexandrinus or Vatican B but in most of the others]
18
But with they all cried out, saying: Take this one away, but release Barabbas to us!
19
Who for a certain sedition occurring in the city and for murder had been thrown into prison.
20
Again Pilate called out to them, because he wanted to release Jesus.
21
Then they began to yell, saying: Impale! Impale him!
22
At the 3rd [time] he said to them: Why, what bad [thing] did this [one] do? I found nothing guilty [aition] of death [worthy is an incomplete adjective] in him; I will therefore chastise and release him.
23
At this they began to be urgent, with loud voices, demanding that he be impaled; and their voices began to win out.
24
So Pilate decided to follow their demand:
25
he released the [one] that for sedition and murder had been thrown into prison and whom they were demanding, but he surrendered Jesus to their will. [23]

CNC = 58/60

INC: Nation, Taxes, Caesar, Christ, King, Pilate, Chief-priests, Crowds, Man, People, Judea, Galilee, Authority of Herod, Herod, Jerusalem, Days, Jesus, Time, Sign, Words, Scribes, Guards, Garment, Enmity, Rulers, Sedition, City, Murder, Prison, Voices, Demand, Will = 32,  (Necessity, Festival = 34)

Matthew 27:11-26 and Mark 15:1-15 and Luke 23:2-25 and John 18:28-19:16 are parallel and prior to sentencing by Pilate.

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26
Now as/when [wV] they led him away, they caught Simon, a certain [one], a Cyrenian [adjective, Mounce has it as a noun], coming from the field, and they placed the stake upon him to bear it behind [opisqen] of Jesus.
27
But there was following him a great multitude of the people and {multitude} of women who kept beating themselves and bewailing him.
28 
Having turned to them Jesus said: Daughters of Jerusalem, stop weeping for me. On the contrary, weep for yourselves and for your children;
29
because, look! days are coming in which [ones] will say, 'Happy are the barren-women? [steira], and the wombs [metonym] that did not give-birth and the breasts [metonym] that did not nurse!'
30
Then they will start to say to the mountains, 'Fall over us!' and to the hills, 'Cover us over!'
31
Because if they do these [things] when the tree is moist, what will occur when it is dry?

CNC = 13
INC Simon, Field, Stake, Jesus, Multitude of People, Multitude of Women, Daughters of Jerusalem, Children, Days, Barren-women, Wombs, Breasts = 12.

Matthew 27:27-32 and Mark 15:16-21 and Luke 23:26-31 are parallel and post sentencing by Pilate.

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32
But 2 others, evildoing [ones], were also being led to be executed with him.
33
And when they came upon the place, the [one] called skull, there they impaled him and the evildoing [ones], this one indeed out of right [parts] and that one out of left [parts].
34
[But Jesus was saying: Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do - This appears to be canonical, it is needed for the count] And distributing his outer-garments, they cast lot.
35
And the people stood looking on. But the rulers were also sneering, saying: Others he saved; let him save himself, if this one is the Christ of God, the [one] chosen.
36
Even the soldiers mocked him, coming close and offering him vinegar.
37
and saying: If you are the king of the Jewish [ones], save yourself.
38
There was also an inscription over him: This [one] is the king of the Jewish [ones].
39
But one of the hung evildoing [ones] was blaspheming him: Are you not the Christ? Save yourself and us.
40
But answering the other rebuking him said: Do you not fear God, since you are in the same judgment?
41
And we, indeed, justly, for we are receiving [things] worthy of the [things] we committed; but this [one] did nothing] out of order
42
And he said: Jesus, remember me when you get into your kingdom.
43
And he said to him: Truly I tell you today, You will be with me in Paradise.

CNC = 18/20
INC Place, Skull, (Father?), Outer-garments, Lot, People, Rulers, (Christ of God), Soldiers, Vinegar, King, Inscription, Christ, God, Judgement, Jesus, Kingdom, Paradise =16/17 

Matthew 27:33-44 and Mark 15:22-32 and Luke 23:32-43 and John 19:16-27 are parallel.
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44
Well, by now it was as if/about [wsei] the 6th hour, and yet a darkness fell over all the earth until the 9th hour,
45
because the sun [metonym for the light of the sun that illuminates the earth] failed; then the curtain of the sanctuary was rent down midway
46
And having called with a great voice, Jesus said: Father, into your hands [metaphorical use since God doesn't have literal hands] place my spirit. Having said this, he expired.
47
Because of seeing what occurred the centurion began to glorify God, saying: Really this man was righteous.
48
And all the crowds that were gathered together there for this spectacle [qewrian], when they beheld the [things] that occurred, began to return, beating their breasts.
49
Moreover, all those acquainted with him were standing long off. Also, women, who together had followed him from Galilee, were standing beholding these [things].

CNC = 17

Luke INC Darkness, Earth, Hour, Sun, Curtain of Sanctuary, Voice, Jesus, Father, Spirit, Centurion, God, Man, Crowds, Spectacle, Breasts, Women, Galilee = 17

Matthew 27:45-56 and Mark 15:33-41 and Luke 23:44-49 and John 19:26-37 are parallel. 

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50
And, look! a male, Joseph in name, [one] being a Counsellor, a male good and a {male} righteous? [double description]
51
this [one] had not voted supporting their wish and action, from Arimathea, a city of the Jewish [ones], who was waiting for the kingdom of God;
52
this [one] went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus.
53
And he took it down and wrapped it up in fine-linen, and he laid him in a tomb [mnhmati] stone-hewn, in which no [one] had yet lain.
54
Now it was the day of Preparation, and the Sabbath was approaching.
55
But the women, who had come with him out of [ek] Galilee, followed along and beheld the memorial-tomb [mnhmeion] and how [ws] his body was laid. [ws - can mean like, when or how]
56
And they went back to prepare spices and perfumed-oils. But, indeed, they rested on the Sabbath according to the commandment.

CNC = 25
INC Male, Joseph, Name, Counsellor, Wish, Action, Arimathea, City, Kingdom of God, Pilate, Body of Jesus, Fine-linen, Tomb, Day of Preparation, Sabbath, Women, Galilee, Memorial-tomb, Body, Spices, Perfumed-oils, Commandment = 22

Matthew 27:57-61 and Mark 15:42-47 and Luke 23:50-56 and John 19:38-42 are parallel.

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LUKE CHAPTER 24
1
However, in the [first] one of the Sabbaths [Nisan17, the first day of the first Sabbath of weeks, day one of the 50 count], deep at [implied epi] dawn [orqrou] they went to the tomb [mnhma], bearing the spices they had prepared.
2
But they found the stone rolled away from the memorial-tomb [mnhmeion],
3
and when they entered they did not find the body of the Lord, Jesus.
4
While they were perplexed over this, look! 2 males in flashing clothing stood by them.
5
As they became frightened and kept their faces turned to the earth, they said to them: Why are you looking for the living [one] among the dead [ones]?
6
[[He is not here, but has been raised up.]] Recall how he spoke to you while he was yet in Galilee,
7
saying that the Son of man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men and be impaled and yet on the 3rd day rise.
8
So they remembered his sayings,

CNC = 16
INC Sabbaths, Dawn, Tomb, Spices, Stone, Memorial-tomb, Body of Lord, Body of Jesus

9 and they returned from the memorial-tomb and reported all these [things] to the 11 and to all the other [ones].
10
They were the Magdalene Mary, and Joanna, and Mary, the [one] of James. Also, the remaining [ones] with them were telling the apostles these [things].
11
However, these sayings appeared to them as if [wsei] nonsense and they would not believe them [the women].

12 [[But Peter having stood up ran upon/to [epi] the memorial-tomb, and, stooping forward, he beheld the bandages alone. So he went off, wondering within himself at what had occurred.]] [counts OK in and out!!]

CNC = 26
Luke INC Sabbaths, Dawn, Tomb, Spices, Stone, Memorial-tomb, Body of Lord, Body of Jesus, Males, Clothing, Faces, Earth, Galilee, Son of Man, Hand of Men, Day, Sayings, Magdalene, Mary, Joanna, Apostles, Peter, Bandages = 23

Matthew 28:1-8 and Mark 16:1-8 and Luke 24:1-11 and John 20:1-10 are parallel.

Total CNC = 23 + 24 + 26 + 32 = 105 (3 threads)

John INC Sabbaths, Mary, Magdalene, Memorial-tomb, Darkness, Stone, Simon, Peter, Disciples, Jesus, Lord, Bandages, Cloth, Head, Place, Scripture = 16

Matthew INC Sabbath, Mary, Magdalene, Grave, Earthquake, Angel of Lord, Heaven, Stone, Outward-appearance, Clothing, Fear, Angel, Women, Jesus, Place, Disciples, Galilee, Memorial-tomb, Joy = 19

Mark INC Sabbath, Mary, Magdalene, Salome, Spices, Memorial-tomb, Sun, Stone, Door of Memorial-tomb, Young-man, Robe, Jesus, Nazarene, Place, Disciples, Peter, Galilee, Trembling, Ecstasy = 19 

Total INC Sabbaths, Dawn, Tomb, Spices, Stone, Memorial-tomb, Body of Lord, Body of Jesus, Males, Clothing, Faces, Earth, Galilee, Son of Man, Hand of Men, Day, Sayings, Magdalene, Mary, Joanna, Apostles, Peter, Bandages, Darkness, Simon, Disciples, Jesus, Cloth, Head, Place, Scripture, Grave, Earthquake, Angel of Lord, Heaven, Outward-appearance, Fear, Angel, Women, Joy, Salome, Sun, Door of Memorial-tomb, Young-man, Robe, Nazarene, Trembling, Ecstasy = 48 

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13
But, look! 2 of [ex] them on that very day [Nisan17, the day of his human resurrection] were journeying to a village being 60 stadia from Jerusalem, Emmaus in name ,
14
and they were conversing with each other over all these [things] that had come about.
15
And as they were conversing and discussing, Jesus himself approached and began walking with them;
16
but their eyes were kept from recognizing him [literal eyes, he looked different].
17
He said to them: What are these words [logoi] that you are debating between yourselves as you walk along? And they stood still sad-faced.
18
But answering, one [eiV] Cleopas in name said to him: Are you dwelling by yourself in Jerusalem and so do not know what occurred in her in these days?
19
And he said to them: What [things]? They said to him: The [things] concerning Jesus, the Nazarene, who proved to be a male, a prophet powerful in work and word before God and all the people;
20
and how our chief-priests and rulers handed him over to the judgment of death and impaled him.
21
But we were hoping that this [one] was the one destined to deliver Israel; yes, and besides all these [things], this makes the 3rd day since these things occurred [33Nisan17]. [26]
22
Moreover, women, certain ones [tiV] out of us astonished us, having come early upon the memorial-tomb
23
and not finding his body they came saying they had also seen a vision of angels, who said he is alive.
24
Further, some of those with us went off upon the memorial-tomb; and they found it so, just as [kaqwV] the women had said, but they did not see him.
25
So he said to them: Oh senseless ones and slow in heart to believe on all [things] the prophets spoke [Mary got it with one word]!
26
Was it not necessary for the Christ to suffer and to enter into his glory?
27
And commencing at Moses and all the Prophets he interpreted to them in all the Scriptures the [things] pertaining to himself.
28
Finally they got close to the village where they were journeying, and he acted toward further to be going. 
29
But they pressured him, saying: Stay with us, because it is toward evening and the day has already declined. With that he went in to stay with them.
30
And as he was reclining with them he took the loaf, blessed it, broke it and began to give it to them.
31
At that their eyes were fully opened and they recognized him; and he disappeared from them.
32
And they said to each other: Were not our hearts burning as he was speaking to us on the way, as he was fully opening up the Scriptures to us? [19]

CNC = 45 (3 threads)
INC Day24hour, Village, Stadia, Jerusalem, Emmaus, Name, Jesus, Eyes, Word, Cleopas, Nazarene, Male, Prophet, Work, God, People, Chief-priests, Rulers, Judgement of Death, Israel, Women, Memorial-tomb, Body, Vision of Angels, Heart, Christ, Glory, Moses, Scriptures, Evening, Day12hour, Loaf, Way = 33 

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33 And in that very hour they rose and returned to Jerusalem, and they found the 11 and those together with them,
34
saying that actually the Lord was raised up and he appeared to Simon!
35
And they themselves related what happened on the way and how he became known to them by the breaking of the loaf.
36
While they were speaking of these [things] he himself stood in their midst [[and said to them: Peace to you!]] [Canonical]
37
But because they were terrified, and had become frightened, they were imagining they beheld a spirit.
38
So he said to them: Why are you troubled, and what reasonings are coming up in your hearts?
39
See my hands and my feet, that it is I myself; feel me and see, because a spirit does not have flesh and bones just as [kaqwV] you behold that I have [make the comparison please].
40
[[And as he said this he showed them his hands and his feet.]][Canonical]
41
But while they were still not believing from joy and were wondering, he said to them: Do you have something there to eat?
42
And they handed him a part [meroV] of broiled fish;
43
and he took it and ate it while they watched.
44
He now said to them: These are my words which I spoke to you while I was yet with you, that all that has been written in the law of Moses and in the Prophets and Psalms about me must be fulfilled. [20]
45
Then he opened up their minds [noun] fully to be putting together [it is a jigsaw, you literally put it together] the Scriptures, [cryptically he opens up the nouns in order to put together the scriptures, given that the angels knew that english would come along]
46
and he said to them: Thus/in-this-manner [outwV] it is written that the Christ would suffer and rise out of [ex] the dead [ones] on the 3rd day,
47
and repentance [is] to be preached upon his name into forgiveness of sins into all the nations -- starting from Jerusalem,
48
you are to be witnesses of these [things].
49
And, look! I am sending forth the promise [epaggelian] of the Father [metonym for what was promised which comes with the promise] upon you. You, though, abide in the city until you become clothed out of [ex] height [of authority] [with] power.
50
But he led them out until Bethany, and he lifted up his hands and blessed them.
51
As he was blessing them he was parted from them [[and was borne up into heaven]] [Canonical] [16]

CNC = 36 (2 threads)
INC Hour, Jerusalem, Lord, Simon, Way, Breaking of Loaf, Peace, Spirit, Reasonings, Hearts, Hands, Feet, Joy, Part of Fish, Words, Law of Moses, Prophets, Psalms, Minds, Scriptures, Christ, Day, Repentance, Name, Forgiveness of Sins, Nations, Witnesses, Promise of Father, City, Power, Bethany, Heaven = 32
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52 And they praised him and returned to Jerusalem with great joy.
53
And they were continually in the temple blessing God.

CNC = 4 (1 thread).
INC Jerusalem, Joy, Temple, God = 4

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