MARK CHAPTER 1

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1 [The] beginning of the good-news of Jesus Christ:
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According as [kaqwj] it is written in the Isaiah, the prophet: ['who wrote'] Look! I am sending forth my angel/messenger [Gabriel, literal in Isaiah, comparative here] before [pro] your face [Michael's face in heaven, and on earth?? metaphorical in Isaiah? comparative here], who will prepare your way;
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A Voice of [one] crying-out in the desolate [place], 'Prepare the way of [the] Lord [FDS1 was the way], make his roads [tribouj] straight [the other true churches],'
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John, the [one] baptizing came to be in the desolate [place], preaching baptism of (repentance into forgiveness of sins).
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Consequently all the Judean [ones] [Ioudaia] [could be the noun Judea or the adjective Judean. We take it as the adjective] Country and all the Jerusalemites were going out to him, and they were baptized by him in the Jordan River, openly confessing their sins.
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Now John was clothed hairs of camel and with a leather girdle around his loin, and was eating locusts and wild honey.

7 And he would preach, saying: After me someone stronger than I am is coming; I am not fit to stoop and untie the lace of his sandals.
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I baptized you in water, but he will baptize you in holy spirit [Jesus did not baptise in the holy spirit, he seals in spirit, washing people in the blood of the angel Michael, the blood of the ARC, which is a baptism into the name of a holy spirit, or in a holy spirit (him).]

Mark Literal CNC = 16
Mark Symbolic CNC = 9

Mark INC Beginning, John (2), Baptism of Repentance, Country, Jerusalemites, Jordan, River, Sins, Hairs of Camel, Girdle, Loin, Locusts, Honey, Water, Spirit = 15. 
Mark SINC Isaiah, Prophet, Angel, Face, Way, Voice, Way of Lord, Roads, Lace of Sandals = 9

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

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9 It occurred in those days [that] Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee and was baptized into the Jordan by [upo] John.
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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 'in the body of a' dove] [wj] a dove, into him;
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and a voice occurred out of [ek] the heavens [saying]: You are the Son of me, the beloved [one] [pronoun imbalance but no further substitutions]. In you I have delighted (Mark 1)

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

Mark 1:9-11 and Matthew 3:13-17 and Luke 3:21-38 are parallel but John 1:29-34 is not, being set after the 40 days Jesus spent in the wilderness. Totals in Luke.

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12 And immediately [Not necessarily a temporal connect] the spirit impelled him to go into the desolate [place].
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And he was in the desolate [place] 40 days, being tempted by [upo] Satan, and he was with [meta] the wild-beasts, and the angels were ministering to him (Mark 1).

CNC = 5
INC Spirit, Days24hour, Satan, Wild-beasts, Angels = 5

erhmoj meaning 'Desolate' is an adjective being used substantively as 'Wilderness' or 'desert', a noun. It is not a countable noun.

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

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14 Now after John was arrested Jesus went into Galilee, preaching the good-news of God
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and saying: The appointed-time has been fulfilled, and the kingdom of God has drawn near. Be repentant and have-faith in the good-news (Mark 1).

CNC =7
INC John, Jesus, Galilee, Good-news of God, Appointed-time, Kingdom of God, Good-News

16 And passing by (paragwn) alongside [para] the sea of Galilee he saw Simon and Andrew, the brother of Simon casting (amfiballontaj) [the net] around in the sea, for they were fishers.
17 So Jesus said to them: Come after me, and I shall make you become fishers/salters of men.
18 And at once leaving the nets, they followed him.
19 And having gone on (probaj) a little he saw James, the [one] of the Zebedee and John, his brother, and them (i.e. they were) in the boat mending the nets.
20 And at once, he called them. And leaving their father, Zebedee in the boat with the hired-men they went off after him (Mark 1). 

CNC = 17
INC Sea of Galilee, Simon, Andrew, Brother of Simon, Sea, Fishers, Jesus, Nets, James, John, Brother, Boat, Father, Zebedee, Hired-men = 15

Total CNC = 7 + 17 = 24
Total INC
John, Jesus, Galilee, Good-news of God, Appointed-time, Kingdom of God, Good-News, (Sea of Galilee), Simon, Andrew, (Brother of Simon), Sea, Fishers, Nets, James, John, Brother, Boat, Father, Zebedee, Hired-men = 19 

Mark 1:14-20 and Matthew 4:12-23 are parallel. Totals in Matthew.

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21 And they went their way into Capernaum. And immediately to the Sabbaths [i.e. on the first available Sabbath] having entered into the synagogue he was teaching.
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And they were astounded at his teaching, for there he was teaching them as [wj] [one] having authority, and not as [wj] the scribes.
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Also, instantly there was in their synagogue a man with [en] an unclean spirit, and he shouted,
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saying: What have we to do with you Jesus, Nazarene? Did you come to destroy us? I know exactly who you are, the Holy [one] of God.
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But Jesus rebuked it, saying: Be silent, and come on out of him!
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And having convulsed him, and having yelled with a loud voice, the spirit, the unclean [one], came forth out of him.
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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.
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So the message [akoh] about him spread out immediately everywhere into the entire surrounding-country [pericwron] of Galilee.

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

Luke 4:31-37 and Mark 1:21-28 are parallel. Matthew 4:24-25 is not parallel. Syria is not the surrounding country of Galilee. Totals in Luke.

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And immediately [this could join the Jesus Nazarene demon account above to this curing Peter's mother in law account, except that the word 'immediately' is in the wrong place for that. If it read: And they immediately went into the home of Simon, it would join the two accounts. But immediately leaving the synagogue has no joining effect. Likewise the word 'immediately' in Mark 1:21 has no effect - as if a clue] they went out of [ek] the synagogue and went into the home of Simon and of Andrew [counts as home of Simon and home of Andrew] with [meta] James and John.
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Now the mother-in-law of Simon was lying down, burning-with-fever, and they at once told him about her.
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And going to her he raised her up, having taken hold [krathsaj] of the hand [genitive direct object] and the fever left her, and she began ministering to them.

CNC 8
Mark INC Synagogue, Home of Simon, Home of Andrew, James, John, Mother-in-law of Simon, Hand, Fever = 8

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!!

Matthew + Mark + Luke CNC = 5 + 8 + 5 = 18 (2 threads)

Matthew INC Jesus, Home of Peter, Mother-in-law, Hand, Fever
Luke INC  Synagogue, Home of Simon, Mother-in-law of Simon, Fever

Matthew + Mark + Luke INC Synagogue, Home of Simon, Home of Andrew, James, John, Mother-in-law of Simon, Hand, Fever, Jesus, Home of Peter = 10 (2 threads).

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32 And of evening [oyiaj] the genitive feminine of oyioj an adjective meaning late. The feminine is used as a noun meaning evening. But it is nonetheless an adjective according to Mounce and Strong's. Thucydides even used dei,lhj ovyi,aj meaning late of evening. And the first evening in Hebrew reckoning occurs when the sun had set as in the next phrase] occurring, when the sun had set, they were bringing to him all the [ones] holding [themselves] badly [i.e. the sick] and the [ones] being demonized.
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And the whole city was gathered to the door.
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So he cured many holding badly in various sicknesses, and he expelled many demons, but he would not let the demons speak, because they knew him [[[[to be Christ - only in Vatican B nothing else - rejected]]]]  .

CNC = 6
INC Sun, City, Door, Sicknesses, Demons = 5

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

Matthew CNC = 4
Matthew INC Spirits, Word, Isaiah, Prophet = 4 
Luke CNC = 6
Luke
INC  Sun, Sicknesses, Hands, Demons, Son of God, Christ = 6

Matthew + Mark + Luke  CNC = 4 + 6 + 6 = 16 (2 threads)

Total INC Sun (2), City, Door, Sicknesses (2), Demons (3), Spirits, Word, Isaiah, Prophet, Hands, Son of God, Christ = 12 (2 threads)

Demons counts 3x in a 2 threaded account. So the 3 parallel accounts in the word symbolic meaning refer to literal demon expulsion in TCC1, TCC2 and TCC4 but not in TCC3.

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35 And having got up early, very much at-night [ennuca], he went off into a desolate place [topon], and was praying there.
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However, Simon and those with him hunted him down
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and found him, and they said to him: All are looking for you [as we see from Luke 4:42-43].
38 But he said to them: Let us go somewhere else, into the towns [un-walled cities] nearby, that I may preach there also, for it is due to this, I have gone out.
39 And he came, preaching into their synagogues into all the Galilee and expelling the demons [this is not parallel to Luke 4:43 because Galilee is not Judea].

CNC = 6 (1 thread)
INC Place, Simon, Towns, Synagogues, Galilee, Towns = 6

Luke 4:42-43 which occurred during the day and and Mark 1:35-38 which happened at night are not parallel.

Mark 1:35-38 is not parallel.

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40 And is coming towards him a leprous [one], entreating him and kneeling down, saying to him: If you just want to, you are able to cleanse me.
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And having-been-moved-with-pity, stretching out his hand and touched [him] and said to him: I want to. Be cleansed.
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And immediately the leprosy vanished from him, and he was cleansed.
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Further having sternly warned him, he at once sent him away,
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and said to him: See that you tell nobody a thing, but go show yourself to the priest and offer concerning your cleansing what [gifts] Moses directed, for a witness to them.
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But having gone out, the [man] started to proclaim many [times] and to spread the word, so that he was no longer able to enter openly into a city, but he was outside upon [epi] desolate [erhmoij is an adjective] places [topoij]. Yet they kept coming to him from-all-sides.

CNC =9 
INC Hand, Leprosy, Priest, Cleansing, Moses, Witness, Word, City, Places = 9

Matthew 7:28-8:4 and Mark 1:40-45 and Luke 5:12-16 are parallel. Totals in Matthew.

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MARK CHAPTER 2
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And having entered into Capernaum again, in days it was heard he was in his house.
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Consequently many gathered, so that [wste] no longer could one move, not even at the door, and he was speaking the word to them.
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And they came bringing him a paralyzed [one] carried by 4 [men].
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But not being able to bring [him] near to him due to the crowd, they uncovered the roof where he was, and having dug out [room] they lowered the stretcher [krabatton] on which the paralyzed [one] was lying.
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And when Jesus saw their faith he said to the paralyzed [one]: Child, your sins are forgiven.
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Now some [tinej] of the scribes were sitting there, and reasoning in their hearts:
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Why is this [one] speaking like this? He blasphemes. Who can forgive sins except one, the God?
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But Jesus, having discerned immediately by his spirit that they were reasoning like that in themselves, said to them: Why are you reasoning these [things] in your hearts?
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Which is easier, to say to the paralyzed [one], 'Your sins are forgiven,' or to say, 'Get up and pick up your stretcher and walk'?
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But in order for you men to know that the Son of man has authority to forgive sins upon the earth - he said to the paralyzed [one]:
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I say to you, Get up, pick up your stretcher, and go into your house.
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And he got up, and immediately, having picked up the stretcher, he went out in front of [them] all, so that they were all outside-themselves, and were glorifying God, saying: We never saw the like of it.

CNC = 26
INC Days, House, Door, Word, Crowd, Roof, Stretcher, Jesus, Faith, Child, Sins, Scribes, God, Spirit, Son of man, Authority, Earth = 17

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

Luke: INC Days, Pharisees, Law-teachers, Village of Galilee, Village of Judea, Power of Lord, Males, Bed, Man, Crowd, Roof, Little-bed, Tiles, Jesus, Faith, Sins, Scribes, Pharisees, Blasphemies, God, Reasonings, Son of man, Authority, Earth, House, Ecstasy, Fear = 27

Matthew: INC Bed, Faith, Jesus, Child, Sins, Scribes, Thoughts, Son of man, Authority, Earth, House, Crowds, God, Men = 14

Totals for Matthew + Mark + Luke
CNC 20+26+35 = 81  (3 Threads).
Total INC:
Days, Pharisees, Law-teachers, Village of Galilee, Village of Judea, Power of Lord, Males, Bed, Man, Crowd, Roof, Little-bed, Tiles, Jesus, Faith, Sins, Scribes, Pharisees, Blasphemies, God, Reasonings, Son of man, Authority, Earth, House, Ecstasy, Fear = 27, Door, Word, Stretcher, Child, Spirit, Thoughts = 33 (3 threads) 

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16 And when the scribes and Pharisees saw him eat with publicans and sinners, they said unto his disciples, How is it that he eateth and drinketh with publicans and sinners? (Mark 2 KJV)
16 But the scribes of the Pharisees, when they saw he was eating with the sinners and tax collectors, began saying to his disciples: Does he eat with the tax collectors and sinners? (Mark 2 NWT)
16 And the scribes and Pharisees seeing Him eating with tax collectors and sinners, [they] said to His disciples, Why [is it] that He eats and drinks with the tax collectors and sinners? (Mark 2 GLT)
16 kai. oi` grammatei/j tw/n Farisai,wn ivdo,ntej o[ti evsqi,ei meta. tw/n a`martwlw/n kai. telwnw/n e;legon toi/j maqhtai/j auvtou/( {Oti meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,eiȠ(Mark 2 UBS4)
16 kai. grammatei/j tw/n Farisai,wn kai. ivdo,ntej o[ti h;sqien meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n( e;legon toi/j maqhtai/j auvtou/\ o[ti meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ei kai. pi,neiȠ(Mark 2 TIS)
16 kai. oi` grammatei/j kai. oi` Farisai/oi( ivdo,ntej auvto.n evsqi,onta meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n e;legon toi/j maqhtai/j auvtou/ Ti o[ti meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ei kai. pi,neiȠ(Mark 2 STE)
16 kai. oi` grammatei/j kai. oi` Farisai/oi( ivdo,ntej auvto.n evsqi,onta meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n( e;legon toi/j maqhtai/j auvtou/( Ti, o[ti meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ei kai. pi,neiȠ(Mark 2 SCR)
16 Kai. oi` grammatei/j kai. oi` Farisai/oi( ivdo,ntej auvto.n evsqi,onta meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n( e;legon toi/j maqhtai/j auvtou/( Ti, o[ti meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ei kai. pi,neiȠ(Mark 2 BYZ)
16 kai. oi` grammatei/j tw/n Farisai,wn ivdo,ntej o[ti evsqi,ei meta. tw/n a`martwlw/n kai. telwnw/n e;legon toi/j maqhtai/j auvtou/\ o[ti meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,eiȠ(Mark 2 NA27)
16 kai. oi` grammatei/j tw/n Farisai,wn kai. ivdo,ntej o[ti h;sqien meta. tw/n a`martwlw/n kai. telwnw/n e;legon toi/j maqhtai/j auvtou/ą{Oti meta. tw/n a`martwlw/n kai. tw/n telwnw/n evsqi,ei kai. pi,neiȠ(Mark 2 TRE)
16 kai. oi` grammatei/j tw/n Farisai,wn ivdo,ntej o[ti evsqi,ei meta. tw/n a`martwlw/n kai. telwnw/n e;legon toi/j maqhtai/j auvtou/ {Oti meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ei (Mark 2 WHO)
16 kai grammateij twn farisaiw kai i?dontej oti hsqien meta twn telwnwn kai amartwlwn elegon toij maqhtaij autou dia ti meta twn telwnwn kai amartwlwn esqiei o didaskaloj umwn (Mark 2 SCSa)
16 kai oi grammateij twn fareisaiwn idontej oti esqiei meta twn aiaotwlwn kai telwnwn elegon toij maqhtaij autou oti meta twn telwnwn kai twn amartwlwn esqiei (Mark 2 VatB)

The absence of the 2nd kai in the Vatican B manuscript is the problem. This leads to the same absence in WHO, NA27, UBS4. All Other codices have the second kai. 

30 But their scribes and Pharisees murmured against his disciples, saying, Why do ye eat and drink with publicans and sinners? (Luke 5 KJV)
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 sinners? (Luke 5 NWT)
30 And their scribes and the Pharisees murmured at His disciples, saying, Why do you eat and drink with tax collectors and sinners? (Luke 5 GLT)
30 kai. evgo,gguzon oi` Farisai/oi kai. oi` grammatei/j auvtw/n pro.j tou.j maqhta.j auvtou/ le,gontej( Dia. ti, meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ete kai. pi,neteȠ(Luke 5 UBS4)
30 kai. evgo,gguzon oi` Farisai/oi kai. oi` grammatei/j auvtw/n pro.j tou.j maqhta.j auvtou/ le,gontej\ diati, meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ete kai. pi,neteȠ(Luke 5 TIS)
30 kai. evgo,gguzon oi` grammatei/j auvtw/n kai. oi` Farisai/oi pro.j tou.j maqhta.j auvtou/ le,gontej Dia. ti, meta. telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ete kai. pi,nete (Luke 5 STE)
30 kai. evgo,gguzon oi` grammatei/j auvtw/n kai. oi` Farisai/oi pro.j tou.j maqhta.j auvtou/( le,gontej( Diati, meta. telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ete kai. pi,neteȠ(Luke 5 SCR)
30 Kai. evgo,gguzon oi` grammatei/j auvtw/n kai. oi` Farisai/oi pro.j tou.j maqhta.j auvtou/( le,gontej( Dia. ti, meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ete kai. pi,neteȠ(Luke 5 BYZ)
30 kai. evgo,gguzon oi` Farisai/oi kai. oi` grammatei/j auvtw/n pro.j tou.j maqhta.j auvtou/ le,gontej\ dia. ti, meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ete kai. pi,neteȠ(Luke 5 NA27)
30 kai. evgo,gguzon oi` Farisai/oi kai. oi` grammatei/j @auvtw/n# pro.j tou.j maqhta.j auvtou/ le,gontejąDia. ti, meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ete kai. pi,neteȠ(Luke 5 TRE)
30 kai. evgo,gguzon oi` Farisai/oi kai. oi` grammatei/j auvtw/n pro.j tou.j maqhta.j auvtou/ le,gontej Dia. ti, meta. tw/n telwnw/n kai. a`martwlw/n evsqi,ete kai. pi,nete (Luke 5 WHO)
30 kai egogguzon oi farisaioi kai oi grammateij proj touj maqhtaj autou legontej dia ti meta twn telwnwn k?ai amartwlwn esqietai kai pinete (Luke 5 SCSa)
30 kai egogguzan oi fareisaioi kai oi grammateij autwn proj touj maqhtaj autou legontej dia ti meta twn telwnwn kai amartwlwn esqiete kai peinete (Luke 5 VatB)

The Sinaiticus has no autwn. Tregelles cannot decide. But Tischendorf goes with the VaticanB this time. The autwn does not affect the count in Luke. But it adds credibility to the VaticanB rendering of Mark 2:!6,

"And the scribes of the Pharisees, even, seeing him eating" or "And the scribes even of the Pharisees, seeing him eating" would be the correct translation of the Sinaiticus. This would still have Pharisees as a possessive description of the Scribes and so not counting. The count does not work if verse 16 reads:

The scribes and [ones] of the Pharisees [partitive genitive]

13 And he went out again beside the sea; and all the crowd kept coming to him, and he began to teach them.
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And passing by he saw Levi, the [son] of Alphaeus sitting at the tax-office, and he said to him: Be following me. And rising up he followed him.
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And when he was reclining in his house, and many tax-collectors and sinful [ones] were reclining with Jesus and his disciples, for there were many of them and they were following him.
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The Scribes of the Pharisees, having seen that was eating with the sinful [ones] and tax-collectors, began saying to his disciples: Does he eat with the tax-collectors and sinful [ones]?
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Upon hearing this Jesus said to them: The [ones] being strong have no need of a healer, rather the [ones] having [fared] badly. I came to call, not righteous [ones], but sinful [ones].

18 And were the disciples of John and the Pharisees [nominative] fasting. And they came and said to him: Why is it the disciples of John and the disciples of the Pharisees practice fasting, but your disciples do not practice fasting?
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And Jesus said to them: The sons of the bridal-chamber are not able to fast whilst the bridegroom is with them [are they]? For whatever time [cronoj] they have the bridegroom with them they cannot fast.
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But days will come when the bridegroom will be taken away from them [literally after veil lifting day when the groom must make the bride rejoice for a year], and then they will fast in that day [this shows that the bible uses 'day' to stand for several days. But it also shows that there is more than one absence of the groom, i.e. more than one gap between the first and 2nd presences, i.e a gap in at least one of the two presences]

5 In case a man takes a new wife, he should not go out into the army, nor should anything else be imposed onto him. He should continue exempt at his house for one year, and he must make his wife whom he has taken rejoice. (Deuteronomy 24 NWT)

21 Nobody places a patch of unshrunk cloth upon an old outer-garment; for otherwise the filling lifts up from it, the new from the old, and the tear becomes worse.
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Also, nobody pours young wine into old skins; for otherwise, the wine will burst the skins, and the wine is being lost as well as the skins. Rather [they pour] young wine into new skins.

LCNC = 19
SCNC = 20
Mark: LINC Sea, Crowd, Levi, Tax-office, House, Tax-collectors, Jesus, Disciples, Scribes of the Pharisees, Disciples of John, Pharisees, (Disciples of Pharisees) = 11
Mark: SINC Need of Healer, Sons of Bridal-chamber, Bridegroom, Time, Days, Patch of Cloth, Outer-garment, Filling, Tear, Wine, Skins = 11

Luke 5:27-39 and Matthew 9:9-17 and Mark 2:13-22 are parallel.
The literal narrative with 4 parables each of which is a symbolic subaccount.

Luke: LINC Tax-collector, Levi, Name, Tax-office, Banquet, House, Crowd of tax-collectors, Pharisees, Scribes, Disciples, Jesus, Repentance, Disciples of John, Supplications, Parable = 15
Matthew: LINC: Jesus, Man, Tax-office, Matthew, House, Tax-collectors, Disciples, Pharisees, Teacher, Mercy, Sacrifice, Disciples of John = 12

Mark + Matthew + Luke
Total CNC 19+17+18=54 (3 threads)
Total INC: Sea, Crowd, Levi, Tax-office, House, Tax-collectors, Jesus, Disciples, (Scribes of the Pharisees), Disciples of John, Pharisees, (Disciples of Pharisees), Name, Banquet, (Crowd of Tax-collectors), Scribes, Repentance, Supplications, Parable, Man, Matthew, Teacher, Mercy, Sacrifice = 21 (3 threads)

Matthew + Mark + Luke
Total SCNC 17+20+17=54 (3 threads)
Total SINC: Need of Healer, Sons of Bridal-chamber, Bridegroom, Time, Days, Patch of Cloth, Outer-garment, Filling, Tear, Wine, Skins, Patch = 12 (3 threads)

The Bridegroom, Patch and Wineskins parables are all in the same symbolic account since they are all in answer to the question why do John's disciples fast yet your disciples eat. 

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23 Now he happened to be proceeding through the sown [areas] [sporimoj] among the Sabbaths, and his disciples started to make their way plucking the heads-of-grain [stacuaj].
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So the Pharisees went saying to him: Look! Why are they doing what is not lawful to the Sabbaths?
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But he said to them: Have you never once read what David did when he had need and became hungry, he and the [ones] with him?
26
How [pwj] he entered into the house of the God, upon [epi] of Abiathar, chief-priest, [in the time of Abiathar who later became the chief priest, because in 1 Samuel 21/22, he became the chief priest after Doeg killed 85 priests including Ahimelech his father, who was the chief priest who met David in the temple] and ate the loaves of presentation [after the 5 loaves given had been replaced with 12 new loaves, having been given them by the chief priest Ahimelech in the temple 1 Samuel 21:6], which it is not lawful for anybody to eat except the priests, and he gave some also to the [ones] being together with him?
27
So he went on to say to them: The Sabbath came into existence due to the man, and not the man due to the Sabbath.
28
Hence Lord is the Son of the man and/even of the Sabbath.

CNC = 15
INC Sabbaths, Disciples, Way, Heads-of-grain, Pharisees, Need, Chief-priest, Priest, Man, Son of the man, Lord [of man] and of the Sabbath = 11

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

David entered the temple and met the chief priest Ahimelech who was Abiathar's dad. After this Doeg, the Edomite, killed Ahimelech at the order of Saul with 84 other priests, but Abiathar escaped, becoming the next chief priest. Now had Jesus said: 'Upon Ahimelech, the chief priest', then Ahimelech would be in the genitive due to the preposition 'epi' and so Ahimelech,.the chief priest would be a double designation. The translation would be: At the time of Ahimelech, the chief priest, with 'epi' meaning 'at the time'. But since Abiathar was not the chief priest at the time that David was given the showbread by his father, Jesus must have been referring not to the time of Abiathar, the chief priest, but to the bible account of Abiathar, the chief priest. So the implied noun 'account' makes Abiathar into a possessive genitive. It if for this reason that Jesus used Abiathar rather than Ahimelech was actually was the chief priest when David was given the bread and so would be the more natural choice. Thanks to the Watchtower NWT for getting this one right.

Jesus is the son of the man (Adam), being non adamic, as Adam was when he was 'the man'. Jesus is not the 'Son of man' as bibles translate this, for then he would be adamic!!!

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MARK CHAPTER 3
1
And again he entered into a synagogue, and a man [anqrwpoj] was there having a dried-up hand [so there were two men with dried up hands in synagogues, the one in Mark and Luke and the other in Matthew].
2
So they were watching him closely [to see] if he would cure him on the Sabbaths, in order that they might accuse him of [something].
3
And he said to the man, the [one] having the withered hand: Get up [and come] into the midst.
4
Next he said to them: Is it lawful on the Sabbaths to do good or to do bad, to save or to kill a soul? [this is an implicit comaprison] But the [ones] kept silent.
5
And after looking around upon them with [meta] anger, being thoroughly grieved at the hardening [pwrwsij] of their heart, he said to the man: Stretch out your hand. And he stretched [it] out, and his hand was restored.

6 And having gone out, the Pharisees immediately began holding-council with the Herodians? [Mounce and Groves Wheeler have this as a noun] against him, in order to destroy him [this being a new scene but joined to the previous scene by euquj - immediately].

CNC = 14
Mark: INC Synagogue, Man, Hand, Sabbaths, Soul, Anger, Pharisees, Herodians = 8 

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

Luke: INC Sabbath, Synagogue, Man, Hand, Scribes, Pharisees, Reasonings, Male, Jesus, Soul, Madness  = 11

Matthew: INC Synagogue, Man, Hand, Sabbaths, Sheep, Pharisees, Counsel = 7

Total CNC 11+14+17 = 42 (3 threads).
INC Synagogue, Man, Hand, Sabbaths, Soul, Anger, Pharisees, Herodians, Scribes, Reasonings, Male, Jesus, Madness, Sheep, Counsel = 15 

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 therefore saying the same thing.

Hrwdianwn is used substantively. And we now agree with Mounce and Groves Wheeler, that it is a noun. All our noun identifications now agree with Mounce (except Cananean an adjective like Judaean and Galilean, and kuklw a dative noun not an adverb). Strong's is wrong (compared to Mounce) misclassifying nouns as adjectives or vice versa about once in every 6 chapters of the Gospels we are finding. (Koinwnoj) being one example.

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7 And the Jesus with his disciples withdrew to the sea [their exit]; and a great multitude [plhqoj] from [apo] Galilee and from Judea followed him.
8
Even from Jerusalem and from the Idumea and across [peran - used non substantively] the Jordan and around Tyre and Sidon, a great multitude [plhqoj], hearing as many [things] as he was doing, came to him.
9
And he told his disciples to have a little-boat continually-available to him due to the crowd in order that they might not press upon him.
10
For he cured many, so that as many as were having scourges were falling upon him to touch him.
11
Even the spirits, the unclean, [not a double designation. Unclean humans would not do that. It makes no sense singly] whenever they would behold him, would prostrate themselves to him and cry out, saying: You are the Son of God.
12
But many [times] he was warning them them in order that they should not make him known.

CNC (6,6,3,1,2,0) = 17 (1 thread)
INC Jesus, Disciples, Sea, Multitude (2), Galilee, Judea, Jerusalem, Idumea, Jordan, Tyre, Sidon, Little-boat, Crowd, Scourges, Spirits, Son of God = 16 

Multitude cannot be symbolically interpreted. This account has no greater meaning.

Mark 3:7-12 is not parallel.

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13
And he ascended into the mountain and summoned those he wanted, and they went off to him.
14
And he formed [a group of] 12, whom he also named apostles, that they might continue with him and that he might send them out to preach
15
and to have authority to expel the demons.
16
So he formed the 12, and he gave the name Peter, to Simon
17 and [the rest were] James, the [son] of Zebedee and John, the brother of James, and he gave them the name Boanerges [Hellenization of a Hebrew word. Not a Greek word], which is Sons of Thunder [Thunder is a metonym for Jehovah who thunders from the heavens - Psalm 18:13, 2Samual22:14],
18
and Andrew and Philip and Bartholomew and Matthew and Thomas and James, the [son] of Alphaeus and Thaddaeus and Simon, the Cananaean [one?] [Mounce has this as a adjective and a noun! Groves Wheeler has it as a noun. We take it as a noun]
19
and Judas, Iscariot [iskariwq, meaning of Iskar, of Issachar, a Hebrew title which is Hellenized. Not a Greek word], who also betrayed him. 

None of the potential double designations, marked in orange, work singly for the list of the 12 individually identified apostles. So this account has 2 threads.

CNC (1,1,2,3,5,9,1) = 22
Mark: INC Mountain, Apostles, Authority, Demons, Name (2), Peter, Simon (2), James (2), John, Brother of James, Sons of Thunder, Andrew, Philip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, Thaddaeus, Cananaean, Judas = 19

Matthew 10:1-4 and  Mark 3:13-19 and Luke 6:12-16 are parallel.

Mounce has cananaioj an adjective and a kananaioj noun!

Luke: INC Day (2), Mountain, Prayer of God, Disciples, Apostles, Simon (2), Peter, Andrew, Brother, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, James of Alphaeus, Zealot, (Judas of James), Judas, Betrayer = 19

Matthew: INC  Disciples, Authority, Spirits, Sickness, Infirmity, Names of Apostles, Simon (2), Peter, Andrew, Brother (2), James (2), John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, Tax-collector, Thaddaeus, Cananaean, Judas, Iscariot = 21.

Matthew + Mark + Luke CNC 24 + 22 + 22 = 68 (2 threads)
Matthew + Mark + Luke INC 
Day, Mountain, Prayer of God, Disciples, Apostles, Simon, Peter, Andrew, Brother, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, James of Alphaeus, Zealot, (Judas of James), Judas, Betrayer = 19 , Authority, Demons, Name, Sons of Thunder, Thaddaeus, Cananaean = 25, Spirits, Sickness, Infirmity, (Names of Apostles), Tax-collector, Iscariot = 30 (2 threads)

The Parallel account Principle of the code tells us that there are 3 further groups of 12 apostles, which are separate pieces of a whole picture. These are the ELC/2EC apostles of Paul, the 2NC/4EC apostles of Gordon and the 4EC/2NC apostles actually of Roger Knight or perhaps whoever he was acting for. Jesus is not mentioned any of the 3 accounts. So we all get to chose our own apostles. Russell never made any apostles since he was a1NC and the 12 tribes of the 1NC had already established during the first presence. All 3 accounts call Judas Iscariot, a betrayer. So all 3 groups of 12 apostles have one betrayer amongst them. The betrayal of Gordon was by Roger Knight, who made himself an apostle of the LWs by stealing the baptism and starting a church within the Watchtower without reference to Gordon. The Betrayer of Roger Knight an Laodicea is AOL/Caleb, the Laodicean 2NC spy of Joshua2. An apostle must have betrayed Paul perhaps founding the second part of FDS2, run by the HLCs but with the 2EC baptism. These betrayals are not all unrighteous. AOL/Caleb does the right thing for example. 

The Holy Spirit is always very amusing in its omissions. They have a very dry sense of humour. Yes he does bank with us, is the worst bank reference you can get. Luke falls into that category. He appoints 12 apostles, period. That is Laodicea. Whereas in Mark, he appoints 12 apostles and gives them powers to expel demons, that is the LWs. And in Matthew he appoints 12 apostles and gives them power to expel demons and cure every sickness and infirmity, that was TCC2 (because Paul had those powers). John and James must be Frank and Mike, both ex JWs, sons of Russell, who is Zebedee - meaning my gift yDib.z, or gift of Jehovah hy"D.b.z.

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And he went into a house.
20
And again the crowd gathered, so that they were not able even to eat bread.
21
But when the [ones] beside him [i.e. his relatives, linked to the below, verse 31] heard about it, they went out to lay hold of him, for they were saying: He has gone out [of his mind] [actually Immanuel had gone out].
22
Also, the scribes, the [ones] having come down from Jerusalem, were saying: He has Beelzebub, and he expels the demons by the ruler [arcon] of the demons.
23
So, after calling them to him, he began to say to them in parables: How can Satan expel Satan [Satan is a metonym for Members of the house of Satan]?
24
Why, if a kingdom becomes divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand;
25
and if a house becomes divided against itself, that house will not be able to stand.
26
Also, if Satan [Metonym for members of the house of Satan, this cannot be Satan himself unless he is schizophrenic] has risen up against himself and become divided, he cannot stand, but is coming to an end [verse 26 is literal, not comparative].
27
In fact, no one having entered into the house of the strong [one] is able to plunder his goods unless first he binds the strong [one], and then he will plunder his house [all parables as Mark says]
28
Truly I say to you that all [things] will be forgiven the sons of the men, as many sins and blasphemies as they might blasphemously commit.
29
But, whosoever blasphemes against the spirit, the holy, has no forgiveness into the age [until time indefinite], but is guilty of age-long sin [this presumably means no early parole from Gehenna. It's a 1,000 year sentence].
30
For they were saying: He has an unclean spirit. [20,7] 

31 Now his mother and his brothers [linked to the above, verse 21] came, and, standing outside, they sent in to him to call him.
32
Now a crowd was sitting around him, so they said to him: Look! Your mother and your brothers outside are seeking you.
33
But having answered he said to them: Who are my mother and my brothers?
34
And having looked about upon those sitting in-a-circle? [kuklw] [this is the dative of kukloj a noun meaning a ring or circle. But it is used adverbially according to Liddell and Groves Wheeler and Mounce. A noun acting as an adverb does not count] about him, he said: See! my mother [the congregation of the 1EC, the producer of more 1EC brothers] and my brothers [true angelic brothers]!
35
Whoever does the will of God, this [one] is my brother [adelfoj n-2a] and sister [adelfh n-1b] and mother [covenant brother, covenant sister and covenant mother] [10,4].

LCNC (1,2,0,4,3,0,0,2,0,3,4,1,2,3,2,1,1) = 29
LINC House, Crowd, Bread, Scribes, Jerusalem, Demons, Ruler of Demons, Parables, Satan, End, Sons of Men, Sins, Blasphemies, Spirit, Forgiveness, Age, Mother, Brothers, Will of God = 19

SCNC = 11
SINC Kingdom, House, Goods, Mother, Brother, Sister = 6

Matthew 12:22-50 and Mark 3:19-35 are parallel. Luke 11:14-36 is not. Totals in Matthew.
Matthew he expels a blind and dumb demon whereas in Luke he expels a dumb demon. Luke is set after the parallel accounts of the sower, whereas Matthew and Mark after set before them.

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MARK CHAPTER 4
1
And again he started teaching beside the sea. And a most-great crowd gathered near him, so that he went aboard a boat to sit in the sea, and all the crowd were [facing] toward the sea on the earth/seashore [ghj].
2
And he began to teach them in parables many [things] [so this account covers several parables actually to verse 34] and to say to them in his instruction [didach]:

3 Listen! Look! The [one] sowing went out to sow.
4
And this happened in the sowing, some [part of the seed] indeed fell beside the way, and the birds came and ate it up.
5
And another [part of the seed] fell upon the rocky [place] and [the place] where it did not have much earth/soil, and it immediately sprang up due to it not having depth of earth/soil.
6
And when the sun rose, it was scorched, and due to it not having root it withered.
7
And another [part of the seed] fell into the thorns, and the thorns came up and choked it, and it yielded no fruit.
8
But other [parts of the seed] fell into the earth/soil, the fine [not a double designation. It is equivalent to the fine soil, c.f. the dragon, the great, the serpent, the original] and, coming up and increasing, they began to yield fruit, and they were bearing into 30, and in 60 and in 100.
9
So he was saying: Whoever has ears to listen, let him listen [ears might be literal or might be the ears of the heart. Symbolically we have eyes of the mind and ears of the heart] 

CNC = 10
INC Sea, Crowd, Boat, Earth, Parables, Instruction, Ears = 7

Matthew 13:1-23 and Mark 4:1-20 and Luke 8:1-15 are parallel. Totals in Luke.

So the literal counts should be for the entire account and parallel accounts, whereas the symbolic counts are for each individual parable and parallel parables.

10 Now when they got to be alone, the [ones] around him, together with the 12, began questioning him [on] the parables.
11
And he proceeded to say to them: To you the sacred-secret of the kingdom of God has been given, but to those outside all [things] occur in parables,
12
in order that, though looking, they may look and yet not see, and, though hearing, they may hear and yet not comprehend, nor at any time should they turn back and it be forgiven them. [3]

13 Further, he said to them: You do not know this parable, and so how will you understand all the [other] parables?
14
The [one] sowing sows the word.
15
These, then, are the [ones] beside the way where the word is sown; but whenever they might hear [it] Satan immediately comes and takes away the word, the [one] having been sown into them.
16
And likewise these are the [ones] sown upon the rocky [places], who whenever they hear the word, they immediately accept it with joy.
17
Yet they have no root in themselves, but are temporary; [at the time] [implied epi] of the next [eita] tribulation or persecution having occurred due to the word, they are immediately stumbled.
18
And others are the [ones] sown into the thorns; these are the ones that have heard the word,
19
but the anxieties of this system and the deceit of riches and the desires about the remaining [things] impinge and choke the word, and it becomes unfruitful.
20
Now the [ones] sown on the earth/soil, the fine [not a double designation. It is equivalent to the fine soil, c.f. the dragon, the great, the serpent, the original] are those who listen to the word and accept it and bear-fruit in 30 and in 60 and in 100. [17]

CNC  = 20
INC Parable, Sacred-secret of Kingdom of God, Word, Satan, Joy, Tribulation, Persecution, Anxieties of system, Deceit of Riches, Desires = 10. 

Mark CNC = 10 + 20 = 30
Mark INC Parable, Sacred-secret of Kingdom of God, Word, Satan, Joy, Tribulation, Persecution, Anxieties of system, Deceit of Riches, Desires = 10, Sea, Crowd, Boat, Earth, Instruction, Ears = 16 

Sower Parable SCNC = 11
Sower Parable SINC Way, Bird, Earth, Depth of Earth, Sun, Root, Thorns, Fruit = 8
The Sower parable of Mark 4:3-8 is parallel with Matthew 13:3-8 and Luke 8:5-8

Sower Explanation SCNC = 4
Sower Explanation SINC Way, Root, Thorns, Earth = 4 

Sower Parable and Explanation SCNC = 11 + 4 = 15
Sower Parable and Explanation SINC Way, Bird, Earth, Depth of Earth, Sun, Root, Thorns, Fruit = 8 

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21 And he was saying to them [the crowds] 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?
22
For no [thing] is hidden except in order that it be manifested, neither [did anything] become carefully concealed except in order to be exposed.
23
If anyone has ears to listen, let him listen.

24 And he was saying to them: Look at what you are hearing. In what measure? that you are measuring out, you will have it measured out to you [this is literal], and [more] will be added to you.
25
For whoever is having [spiritual vision] it will be given to him [more understandings], and whoever is not having [spiritual vision], even what he has will be taken away from him [his present understandings will be shown to be wrong].

26 And he was saying: In-this-way the kingdom of God is just as [wj] when a man casts the seed upon the earth,
27
and he sleeps and rises night and day, and the seed sprouts and grows, just-how [wj] he does not know.
28
Automatically the earth bears-fruit, first the blade, next the stalk-head, next the full cereal [sitoj] in the stalk-head.
29
But whenever the fruit is available, he immediately thrusts in the sickle, because the harvest has arrived. [18]

30 And he was saying: To what might we liken the kingdom of God, or in what parable shall we set it out?
31
Like [wj] a grain [kokkoj] of mustard, which when sown upon the earth is smaller than/of all the seeds, the [ones] upon the earth [comparative for superlative - all]
32 But once sown, it comes up and becomes greater [implied ek] of all the vegetables [comparative for superlative - all] and produces great branches, so that the birds of the heaven are able to lodge under its shadow.

33 So with many such-like parables he would speak the word to them, just as [kaqaj] they were able to listen.
34
Indeed, without an parable he would not speak to them, but privately to his own disciples he would explain all [things].

CNC =9
INC Ears, Measure, Kingdom of God, Parable, Word, Disciples = 6

SCNC = 26
SINC Lamp, Measuring-basket, Bed, Lampstand, Man, Seed, Earth, Night, Day, Blade, Stalk-head, Cereal, Fruit, Sickle, Harvest, Grain of Mustard, Vegetables, Branches, Birds of Heaven, Shadow = 20

Matthew 13:24-35 and Mark 4:21-34 are parallel. Parallel parables which are not in parallel literal accounts are not treated as parallel ! Totals in Matthew.

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35 And on that day, when/of late/evening [oyiaj adverb] had come to be, he said to them: Let us cross to the other-side [peran is an adverb which can be used substantively].
36
So, having dismissed the crowd, they took him in the boat, as [wj] he was, and other boats were with him.
37
Now a great storm [lailay] of wind occurred, and the waves/swells kept crashing into the boat, so that the boat was almost being swamped.
38
But he was in the stern, sleeping upon the pillow. So they woke him up and said to him: Teacher [didaskale], do you not care that we are about to perish?
39
So having roused himself he rebuked the wind and said to the sea: Hush! Be quiet! And the wind abated, and a great calm set in.
40
So he said to them: Why are you fainthearted? Do you not yet have any faith?
41
But they felt a great fear, and they would say to one another: Who really is this, because even the wind and the sea obey him?

CNC (1,3,4,3,4,1,3) = 19
INC Day, Crowd, Boat, Storm of Wind, Waves, Stern, Pillow, Teacher, Wind, Sea, Calm, Faith, Fear = 13

Mark 4:35-41 and Luke 8:22-25 are parallel.

Luke CNC (3,2,5,3) = 13 
Luke INC Days, Disciples, Boat, Storm of Wind, Lake, Instructor, Wind, Surge of Water, Calm, Faith, Water = 11

Mark + Luke CNC = 19+13 = 32 (2 threads)
Mark + Luke INC
Day, Crowd, Boat, Storm of Wind, Waves, Stern, Pillow, Teacher, Wind, Sea, Calm, Faith, Fear = 13, Disciples, Lake, Instructor, Surge of Water, Water = 18 (2 threads)
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Gadara and Gerasa were cities of Decapolis in land taken from the Girgashites, East of the Jordan and South of the Yarmuk River and North of the Jabbok river. So the land of the Gadarenes was the land of the Gerasenes which was the land of Decapolis essentially. But Matthew 8:18-27 and Mark 4:35-41 are not parallel because the herd of swine in Matthew is said to be far off whereas in Mark it is there on the mountain. Also the account in Mark is set later in the ministry than the account in Matthew.

But Mark 5:1-21 and Luke 8:26-39 are Parallel. Both being set in the land of the Gerasenes and both relating to the expulsion of Legion.

MARK CHAPTER 5
1
And they came into the other-side [peran] of the sea, into the country of the Gerasenes.

2 And when he got out [ek] of the boat he immediately [euquj] met a man [anqrwpoj], unclean in spirit, out of the memorial-tombs [mnhmeion].
3
Who had his abode in the tombs [mnhma]; and not even by chain was anyone yet able to bind him,
4
because he had many-times [pollakij] [adverb] been bound by manacles and chains, but the chains were snapped apart by him and the manacles were smashed; and nobody was able to subdue him.
5
And all through [the] night and [the] day, he was crying out in the tombs and in the mountains and slashing himself by stones.
6
But having seen the Jesus from afar [makroqen] he ran and did obeisance to him,
7
and, having cried out in a loud voice, he said: What have I to do with you, Jesus, Son of the God, the most high? [there is a reader question!] I put you under-oath towards God not to torment me.
8
For he was telling it: Come out you, the spirit, the unclean, out [ek] of the man [anqrwpou].
9
But was asking him: What is your name? And he said to him: Legion is my name, because we are many.
10
And he entreated him many [times] not to send [aposteilh] them outside [exw] [adverb used substantively?] of the country.
11
But there, towards the mountain was a great herd of swine, grazing.
12
So they entreated him, saying: Send us into the swine, that we may enter into them.
13
And he permitted them. So having come out, the spirits, the unclean entered into the swine; and the herd rushed over the precipice into the sea, [wj] like/about 2,000 [of them], and they were drowning in the sea.
14
And the [ones] feeding them fled and reported back into the city and into the fields; and they came to see what it was that had happened.
15
So they came to Jesus, and they beheld the [one] being demonized sitting clothed and sound minded, [even] the [one] having had the Legion; and they grew-fearful.
16
Also, the [ones] having seen [it] related to them how this had happened to the [one] being demonized and about the swine.
17
And they started to entreat him to depart from their districts.
18
Now as he was boarding the boat, the demon-possessed [one] was entreating him so that he might continue with him.
19
However, he did not let him, but said to him: Go into your house, towards the [relatives] of yours, and report to them as many [things] as the Lord has done for you, and [that] he had-mercy on you.
20
And he went away and started to proclaim in the Decapolis as many [things] as Jesus did for him, and all were wondering.

21 And [upon] of the Jesus, having crossed over again in the boat in to the other-side a great crowd gathered together to him; and he was beside the sea.

CNC (4,3,4,5,1,4,2,3,0,2,1,6,2,2,1,1,1,2,2,4) = 50
INC Country of Gerasenes, Boat, Man, Spirit, Memorial-tombs, Abode, Tombs, Chain, Manacles, Night, Day, Mountains, Stones, Jesus, Voice, Son of God, God, Name, Legion, (Herd of Swine), Swine, Herd, Precipice, City, Fields, Districts, House, Lord, Decapolis, Crowd, Sea = 30

Luke CNC (2,8,4,7,4,1,2,6,2,4,0,3,2,4) = 49
Luke INC Country of Gerasenes, Galilee, Land, Male, City, Demons, Time, Outer-garment, House, Memorial-tombs, Jesus, Voice, Son of God, Spirit, Man, Chains, Manacles, Bonds, Name, Legion, Abyss, (Herd of Swine), Mountain, Swine, Herd, Precipice, Lake, Fields, Feet of Jesus, Multitude, Fear, Boat, God = 32

Mark + Luke CNC = 50 + 49 + 99 (3 threads)
Mark + Luke 1NC Country of Gerasenes, Boat, Man, Spirit, Memorial-tombs, Abode, Tombs, Chain, Manacles, Night, Day, Mountains, Stones, Jesus, Voice, Son of God, God, Name, Legion, (Herd of Swine), Swine, Herd, Precipice, City, Fields, Districts, House, Lord, Decapolis, Crowd, Sea = 30,
Galilee, Land, Male, City, Demons, Time, Outer-garment, Bonds, Lake, Feet of Jesus, Multitude, Fear = 42 (3 threads)

Gadara and Gerasa were cities of Decapolis in land taken from the Girgashites, East of the Jordan and South of the Yarmuk River and North of the Jabbok river. So the land of the Gadarenes was the land of the Gerasenes which was the land of Decapolis essentially. But Matthew 8:18-27 and Mark 4:35-41 are not parallel because the herd of swine in Matthew is said to be far off whereas in Mark it is there on the mountain. Also the account in Mark is set later in the ministry than the account in Matthew.

But Mark 5:1-21 and Luke 8:26-39 are Parallel. Both being set in the land of the Gerasenes and both relating to the expulsion of Legion.

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22
Now one [eij] of the synagogue-rulers [arcisunagwgwn] [partitive genitive], Jairus by name, comes and having seen him, he falls at his feet [new scene, new focus like Anna the prophetess]
23
and entreats him many [times], saying that: My little-daughter [qugatrion] is having [sickness] terminally. [Please come] in order that having come you can put the hands to her in order that she might be saved and might live.
24
And he went off with him. And a great crowd was following him and they were pressing him.
25 Now a woman had had a flow of blood 12 years,
26
and she had suffered many [things] under many physicians and had spent all she had and had not been benefited but, rather, had got worse.
27
Having heard the [things] about Jesus, having come in the crowd, from behind she touched of his outer-garment [genitive direct object];
28
for she was saying that: If ever I might touch just of his outer-garments [genitive direct object] I shall be saved.
29
And immediately the stream of her blood dried up, and she sensed in her body that she had been healed from the scourge.
30
And immediately Jesus having recognized in himself the power having gone out of him, turned in the crowd and was saying: Who touched of my outer-garments [genitive direct object]?
31
But his disciples were saying to him: You are seeing the crowd pressing you, and you say, 'Who touched of me?'
32
However, he was looking around to see the [one] having done this.
33
Then [de] the woman, frightened and trembling, knowing what had happened to her, came and fell down before him and told him the whole truth.
34
He said to her: Daughter [qugathr], your faith has saved you. Go into peace, and be sound-in-health from your scourge.
35 [Upon - implied epi] of him still speaking, [ones] were coming from the synagogue-ruler [from his household] saying that your daughter has died. Why bother the teacher any longer?
36
But Jesus, having overheard the word/message being spoken, said to the synagogue-ruler: Do not fear, only have-faith.
37
Now he did not let anyone follow along with him except Peter and James and John, the brother of James.
38
So they came to the house of the synagogue-ruler, and he beheld uproar and many [ones] weeping and [ones] wailing,
39
and, having stepped in, he said to them: Why are you causing-uproar and weeping? The little-child has not died, but is sleeping.
40
And they began to laugh at him. But, having evicted all [of them], he took along the father of the little-child and mother and the [ones] with him, and he went in where the little-child was.
41
And, taking the hand of the little-child, he said to her: Talitha [not Greek noun] cumi, which is translated: Maiden [korasion], I say to you, Get up!
42
And immediately the maiden rose and began walking, for she was of years 12 [quantitative genitive]. And immediately they stood out of [themselves] with great ecstasy.
43
But he ordered them many [times] in order that no one should know this, and he said [something] should be given her to eat.

CNC = 49

Mark: INC Synagogue-rulers, Jairus, Name, Feet, (Little-daughter), Hands, Crowd, Woman, Flow of Blood, Years, Physicians, Jesus, Outer-garment, Stream of Blood, Body, Power, Disciples, Truth, Daughter, Faith, Peace, Teacher, Word, Peter, James, John, Brother of James, House of Synagogue-ruler, Uproar, Little-child, Father of Little-child, Mother, Hand of Little-child, Maiden, Ecstasy = 34

Luke 8:40-56 and Mark 5:22-43 and Matthew 9:18-26 are parallel.

Matthew + Mark + Luke: CNC 24+ 49 + 41 = 114 (3 threads).

Luke INC Jesus, Crowd, Male, Name, Jairus, Ruler of Synagogue, Feet of Jesus, House, Daughter, Years, Flow of Blood, 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

Matthew INC Ruler, Daughter, Hand, Jesus, Disciples, Woman, Years, Fringe of Outer-garment, Outer-garment, Faith, Hour, House of Ruler, Flute-players, Crowd, Maiden, Report, Earth = 17

Matthew + Mark + Luke INC Synagogue-rulers, Jairus, Name, Feet, (Little-daughter), Hands, Crowd, Woman, Flow of Blood, Years, Physicians, Jesus, Outer-garment, Stream of Blood, Body, Power, Disciples, Truth, Daughter, Faith, Peace, Teacher, Word, Peter, James, John, Brother of James, (House of Synagogue-ruler), Uproar, (Little-child), (Father of Little-child), Mother, (Hand of Little-child), Maiden, Ecstasy=30, Male, (Ruler of Synagogue), (Feet of Jesus), House, Fringe of Outer-garment, Instructor, People, Cause, Father of Child, Child, Spirit, Parents = 40, Ruler, Hour, Flute-players, Report, Earth = 45 (3 threads).

Having 'Girl' gives us 'Little-girl'. Having 'Daughter' gives us 'little daughter'. Having Ruler of Synagogue gives us Synagogue Ruler.

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MARK CHAPTER 6
1
And he departed from there and came into his father-town [patrida] [which was Nazareth], and his disciples followed him.
2
[at the time - epi] of [the] Sabbath, having arrived he started teaching in the synagogue; and the many listening were astounded saying: Where did this [one] get these [things] from? And why is the wisdom the given to this [one]? and are such powers taking place through his hands?
3
Is this not the carpenter, the son of Mary [Maria] and the brother of James and {brother of} Joses and {brother of} Judas and {brother of} Simon? [counts as brother of James and brother of Joseph and brother of Judas and brother of Simon] And are his sisters not here with us? So they began to stumble at him.
4
But Jesus said to them: No prophet is dishonoured except in his father-town and among his related [ones] and in his house.
5
So he was not able to produce even one power [dunamij] there except to cure a few sick [ones] having put the hands upon [them].
6 Indeed, he wondered at their faithlessness

CNC (2,5,4,4,2,1) = 18
INC Father-town, Disciples, Sabbath, Synagogue, Wisdom, Power (2), Hands (2), Carpenter, Son of Mary, Brother of James, Brother of Joses, Brother of Judas, Brother of Simon, Sisters, Jesus, Faithlessness = 16.

Matthew 13:54-58 and Mark 6:1-6 and Luke 4:14-30 are parallel. Totals in Luke.

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And he went round about to the villages in a circuit [kuklw], teaching. 

CNC = 2 (1 thread)
INC Villages, Circuit = 2

Mark 6:6 is not parallel.

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7 Now he summoned the 12, and he initiated sending them out 2 [by] 2, and he was giving them authority of the spirits, the unclean [possessive genitive, the same authority to begin and end demonic possession as the unclean spirits have].
8
Also, he instructed them to carry nothing for the way except a staff alone, no bread, no food-pouch, no copper [money] in their girdle,
9
but to bind on sandals, and not to wear 2 undergarments.
10
Further, he said to them: Wherever you enter into a house, stay there until you go out from there.
11
And whichever place will not receive you nor hear you, on going out from there shake off the dirt [coun], the underneath your feet [pronoun imbalance and makes no sense singly. So not a double designation] [in biblical times pious Jews would shake the dust off their feet when leaving a Gentile City to show their separation from Gentile practices. So Jews doing this to Jews would be a big insult. This one is literal. The dirt beneath the feet, is sons of Adam - constructive dust - going to Hades, if interpreted metaphorically] into a witness to them.
12
So they set out and preached in order that [ones] might repent;
13
and they would expel many demons and grease many sick [ones] with oil and curing [them]

CNC = 16 (1 thread).
INC Authority, Way, Staff, Bread, Food-pouch, Copper, Girdle, Sandals, Undergarments, House, Place, Dirt, Feet, Witness, Demons, Oil = 16.
This account is stand alone with no repeated nouns and no greater meaning!!!

Matthew 10:5-11:1 and Luke 9:1-6 are parallel but Mark 6:7-13 is stand alone. Because in Matthew they are not to take a staff or sandals but in Mark they are to take both. Whereas in Luke they are not to take a staff.
Mark and Luke have no repeated nouns.

Mark 6:7-13 is not parallel.

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14
Now the King, Herod, heard [about Jesus] for his name became manifest, and they were saying that John, the [one] baptizing has been raised out of [the] dead [ones], and due to this the powerful-works are operating in him.
15
But others were saying that it is Elijah. Still others were saying that [it is] a prophet like [wj] one of the prophets [partitive genitive].
16
But Herod, having heard said: John, whom I beheaded, this [one] has been raised up.
17
For Herod himself had sent out and arrested John and bound him in prison due to Herodias, the wife of Philip, his brother, because he had married her.
18
For John was saying to Herod that it is not lawful for you to be having the wife of your brother.
19
So Herodias was nursing-a-grudge against him and was wanting to kill him, but could not [18].
20
For Herod was fearing John, knowing him to be a male [andrej] righteous and holy; and he was keeping-safe him. And after hearing many [things] of him he was at-a-loss, yet he continued to hear him gladly.
21
Now [at the time - epi] of a convenient day arriving, when Herod spread an evening-meal for his birthday-festivities for his top-ranking-men and for the chiliarchs and for the foremost [ones] of Galilee. [28]
22
And [at the time - epi] of his daughter of Herodias having entered and having danced, she pleased Herod and the [ones] reclining with him. So the king said to the maiden [korasin]: Ask me for whatever you want, and I will give it to you.
23
Yes, he swore to her: Whatever you ask me for, I will give it to you, up to half [hmisouj] of my kingdom [partitive genitive].
24
And she went out and said to her mother: What should I ask for? She said: The head of John, the [one] baptizing.
25
And immediately having entered she requested to the king with haste, saying: I want you to give me right away on a plate, the head of John, the Baptist.
26
Although the king became deeply grieved, due to the oaths the [ones] reclining he did not want to disregard her.
27
So the king dispatched a body-guardsman and commanded him to bring his head immediately. And he went off and beheaded him in the prison [the Greek reads: having sent off the guard he commanded him - not easy to do!]
28
and brought his head on a plate, and he gave it to the maiden, and the maiden gave it to her mother.
29
And having heard, his disciples came and took up his corpse and laid it in a memorial-tomb [mnhmeiw]. [24]

CNC = 42

Mark: INC King, Herod, Name, John, Powerful-works, Elijah, Prophet, Prison, Herodias, Wife of Philip, Wife of Brother, Male, Day, Evening-meal, Birthday-festivities, Top-ranking-men, Chiliarchs, Daughter of Herodias, Maiden, Kingdom, Mother, (Head of John), Head of Baptist, Haste, Plate, Oaths, Body-guardsman, Head, Disciples, Corpse, Memorial-tomb = 30

Mark 6:14-29 and Matthew 14:1-12 and Luke 3:19-20 and Luke 9:7-9 are parallel

Matthew: INC Appointed-time, Herod, Tetriarch, Report of Jesus, Boys, John, Baptist, Powerful-works, Prison, Herodias, Wife of Philip, Crowd, Prophet, Birthday-festivities of Herod, Daughter of Herodias, Oath, Mother, Plate, (Head of John), (Head of Baptist),  King, Head, Maiden, Disciples, Corpse, Jesus = 24

Extras from Matthew: Appointed-time, Tetriarch, Report of Jesus, Boys, Baptist, Crowd, (Birthday-festivities of Herod), Jesus = 7 

Extras from Luke 3:19-20 and from Luke 7:7-9: None

Mark 6:14-29 + Matthew 14:1-12 + Luke 3:19-20 + Luke 9:7-9 Totals...

Matthew + Mark + Luke + Luke CNC = 42 + 34 + 7 + 7 = 90 (3 threads)

Matthew + Mark + Luke + Luke INC King, Herod, Name, John, Powerful-works, Elijah, Prophet, Prison, Herodias, Wife of Philip, Wife of Brother, Male, Day, Evening-meal, Birthday-festivities, Top-ranking-men, Chiliarchs, Daughter of Herodias, Maiden, Kingdom, Mother, (Head of John), (Head of Baptist), Haste, Plate, Oaths, Body-guardsman, Head, Disciples, Corpse, Memorial-tomb, Appointed-time, Tetriarch, Report of Jesus, Boys, Baptist, Crowd, (Birthday-festivities of Herod), Jesus = 36 (3 threads)

The combination without Matthew counts OK, but then Matthew does not count OK. Each account individually does not count OK and all together they count OK. So combination counts must work entirely for a combination to be valid. 
Luke 3 and Luke 9 are not parallel to each other. One is the account of Herod beheading John. The other is him thinking that Jesus was the resurrected John. Matthew and Mark are parallel to Luke 9 but include the story of Luke3. So both Luke 3 and Luke 9 are parallel to Matthew 14 and Mark 6. This makes all 4 parallel. 
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30 And the apostles gathered together before Jesus and reported to him all [things] as many as they had done and as many as they had taught.
31
And he said to them: Come, you yourselves, privately into a desolate/lonely place and rest up a little. For the [ones] coming and the [ones] going were many, and they did not have-an-opportunity to eat.
32
So they went off in the boat [from Capernaum] into a lonely place for themselves.
33
But many saw them going and got to know it, and they ran there together on-foot from all the cities and got ahead of them.
34
Well, on getting out, he saw a great crowd, but he felt-tender-affection for them, because they were as [wj] sheep without a shepherd. And he started to teach them many [things].
35
And [upon] of the hour already having come to be much, his disciples came up to him and said: The place is lonely, and the hour is already much.
36
Send them away, in order that they may go off into the fields and villages in a circle [kuklw] and buy themselves what they might eat.
37
Answering he said to them: You give to them to eat. At this they said to him: Having gone off shall we buy loaves [implied ek] [out] of 200 denarii and give to them to eat?
38
He said to them: How many loaves have you? Go see! After ascertaining it, they said: 5, and 2 fishes [icquaj].
39
And he instructed them all to recline symposiums [by] symposiums on the green grass.
40
And they laid themselves down leek-beds [by] leek-beds [4 true religions] according to 100 and according to 50.
41
And having taken the 5 loaves and the 2 fishes, having looked up into heaven, he blessed and broke the loaves and began giving them to the disciples, in order that they might place them before them; and he divided up the 2 fishes for all.
42
So they all ate and were satisfied;
43
and they took up fragments, 12 fillings [plhrwmata a noun] of baskets, and from the fishes [they took up fragments as well].
44
And the [ones] having eaten the loaves were 5,000 males [andrej] [5,000 true 1NC saints who lived until the 5th watch].
45
And, immediately, he compelled his disciples to board the boat and go on ahead to the other-side [peran] toward Bethsaida, while [ewj] he himself dismissed the crowd.

CNC (2,1,2,1,1,4,3,2,2,3,0,6,0,3,2,3) = 35

Mark: INC Apostles, Jesus, Place, Boat, Cities, Crowd, Hour, Disciples, Fields, Villages, Circle, Denarii, Loaves, Fishes, Symposiums, Grass, Heaven, Fragments, Fillings of Baskets, Males = 20

Matthew CNC = 31
Matthew INC Jesus, Boat, Place, Crowds, Cities, Disciples, Hour, Villages, Foods, Loaves, Fishes, Grass, Heaven, Baskets, Males, Women, Little-children = 17

Matthew 14:13-22 and Mark 6:30-45 are parallel. In both accounts Jesus leaves Capernaum for a lonely place on that side of the lake towards Tiberias, and then after the feeding the disciples head for the Bethsaida side of the lake.

Mark + Matthew CNC = 35 + 31 = 66 (2 threads)

Mark + Matthew: INC Apostles, Jesus, Place, Boat, Cities, Crowd, Hour, Disciples, Fields, Villages, Circle, Denarii, Loaves, Fishes, Company, Grass, Heaven, Fragments, Filling of Baskets, Males = 20, Foods, Baskets, Women, Little-children = 24 (2 threads)

Loaves (5+3), Fishes (4+2), Baskets (1+1), Boat (2+2), Males (1+1). Loaves are food from the 5 presidents of the land of FDS1/3 fish are food from the 2 presidents of FDS2/4. The guys are at sea with respect to the land of the 1NC saints.

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46 But after saying-good-bye to them he went off into the mountain to pray.
47
And [at the time] of evening [oyiaj] having occurred, the boat was in the midst of the sea, but he was alone upon the earth/land.
48
And having seen them being tormented in their rowing, for the wind was against them, he came toward them around the 4th watch of the night, walking upon the sea; and he was inclined to pass them by.
49
But the [ones] seeing him walking upon the sea thought that it was an apparition and they cried aloud.
50
For all saw him and were troubled. But he immediately spoke with them, and said to them: Take-courage, I am [the one you are seeing]; fear not.
51
And he stepped up towards them into the boat, and the wind abated. At this they were very much amazed within themselves,
52
for they had not perceived [the greater meaning of the loaves] upon [epi] the loaves, but the heart of them was dulled.

CNC (1,3,3,2,0,2,0) = 11

Mark 6: INC Boat2, Sea3, Land, Wind2, Watch of Night, Apparition = 6

Matthew 14: INC Crowds, Mountain, Boat4, Stadia, Land, Waves, Wind3, Watch of Night, Sea2, Disciples, Apparition, Fear, Jesus, Peter, Lord, Waters, Hand, Son of God = 18

Matthew 14:23-33 and Mark 6:46-52 are parallel. Except that in Mark 6 the boat is going towards Bethsaida.

Matthew + Mark CNC = 29 + 11 = 40 (2 threads)

Matthew + Mark: INC Crowds, Mountain, Boat6, Stadia, Land, Waves, Wind5, Watch of Night, Sea5, Disciples, Apparition, Fear, Jesus, Peter, Lord, Waters, Hand, Son of God = 18

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53 And having got across they came upon the land into Gennesaret and anchored-nearby.
54
But [at the time] of their departing out of the boat, immediately having recognised him, they ran-around all that region/country
55
and started to carry about upon stretchers [krabattoij] the [ones] holding badly to where they heard that he was.
56
And wherever he would enter into villages or into cities or into fields they were putting the [ones] being-sick in the marketplaces, and they would plead with him in order that they might even just touch of the fringe [genitive direct object] of his outer-garment. And as many as touched him were saved.

CNC = 9
INC Land, Boat, Country, Stretchers, Villages, Cities, Fields, Marketplaces, Fringe of Outer-garment = 9

Matthew INC Land, Males of Place, Fringe of Outer-garment = 3  

Matthew 14:34-36 and Mark 6:53-56 are parallel.

Matthew + Mark CNC = 9 +3 =12 (2 threads)
Matthew + Mark INC Land, Boat, Country, Stretchers, Villages, Cities, Fields, Marketplaces, Fringe of Outer-garment = 9, Males of Place = 10 (2 threads)

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MARK CHAPTER 7
1
Now the Pharisees and some of the Scribes [partitive genitive], having come from Jerusalem were gathering towards him.
2
And having seen that some of his disciples eat the breads/ loaves [artouj] with defiled hands, that is, with unwashed [ones]
3
(for the Pharisees and all the Judaean [ones] [ioudaioi] [Liddell says noun, Groves Wheeler says adjective, Mounce says adjective] do not eat unless they wash the hands in fist [i.e. up to the forearm], holding fast the tradition of the ancient [ones]),
4
and, [having come] from the market, they do not eat unless they shower [themselves], and they have received many other [things] to hold fast, baptisms of cups and {baptisms} of pitchers and {baptisms} of copper-vessels,
5
so the Pharisees and the Scribes asked him: Why are your disciples not walking about according to the tradition of the ancient [ones], but are eating loaf/bread [arton] with defiled hands?
6
He said to them: Isaiah aptly prophesied about you hypocrites, [saying] just as [wj] it has been written that, 'This people honor me with their lips, but their heart is far removed from me [he said this - see Matthew 15:7], .
7
Fruitlessly they keep worshiping me, [ones] teaching [for] doctrines, commands [entalma] of men.'
8
Letting go the commandment [entolhn] of God, you hold fast the tradition of men.
9
Further, he went on to say to them: Deftly you set aside the commandment of God in order to observe your tradition.
10
For Moses said, 'Honor your father and your mother,' and, 'The [one] reviling father or mother, let him stop by death.'
11
But you teach, 'If a man says to his father or his mother: [this thing] by which you might-get-benefit out of me is Corban [A Hebrew word], that is an offering [Dwron].
12
then he no longer has to do anything [with that thing] for his father or his mother,
13
invalidating the word of God by your tradition which you handed down [tautologous], And many such similar [things] you do.
14
And having called over the crowd again, he said to them: Listen to me, all of you, and understand.
15
Nothing which is from outside [exwqen] of the man [outside is not substantive it is an improper preposition] passing into him is able to defile him; but the [things] coming forth out of the man are the [things] defiling the man [Semen etc. This is not comparative speech].
16 --

CNC (3,3,4,4,6,2,0,2,2,6,4,2,2,1,0) = 41
INC Pharisees, Scribes, Jerusalem, Disciples, Bread/Loaves, Hands, Fist, Tradition, Market, Baptisms of Cups, Baptisms of Pitchers, Baptisms of Copper-vessels, Isaiah, Hypocrites, (Commandment of God), (Tradition of Men), Moses, Father, Mother, Death, Man, Offering, Word of God, Crowd = 22. 

The Commandment of God is the Word of God and the word of God is the commandment of God. For man must live by every word that comes forth from Jehovah's mouth. And that is the whole point of this account .The traditions of man are bureaucratic creep over and above the perfect law, the perfect word, the perfect commandments of God.

Matthew 15:1-11 and Mark 7:1-15 are parallel.

Total CNC = 27 + 43 = 70 (2 threads)

Matthew CNC = 27
Matthew INC Scribes, Pharisees, Jerusalem, Jesus, Disciples, Tradition, Hands, Bread, (Commandment of God), God, Father, Mother, Death, Offering, Word of God, Hypocrites, Isaiah, Crowd, Man = 18. 

Total INC Pharisees, Scribes, Jerusalem, Disciples, Bread/Loaves, Hands, Fist, Tradition, Market, Baptisms of Cups, Baptisms of Pitchers, Baptisms of Copper-vessels, Isaiah, Hypocrites, (Commandment of God), (Tradition of Men), Moses, Father, Mother, Death, Man, Offering, Word of God, Crowd = 22, Jesus, God = 24 (2 threads)  The Commandment of God is the Word of God

Judaean [ones] only appears in Mark this once, but appears in John a lot.

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17
Now when he had entered into a house [away] from the crowd, his disciples began to question him about the parable [a parable comparing vomit to bad words].
18
So he said to them: Are you also [ones] unenlightened thus? Are you not aware that nothing from outside [exwqen] that passes [physically] into a man can defile him,
19
since it passes, not into the heart, but into the belly, and it passes out into the sewer? [thereby] declaring-clean all the foods [brwmata].
20
Further, he said that: The [thing] going out of the man defiles the man [spiritually];
21
for from inside, out of the heart of men, the reasonings, the bad, issue forth: [such as] fornications, thefts, murders,
22
adulteries, covetings, wicked-deeds, deceit, loose-conduct, eye wicked [jealousy], blasphemy, arrogance, unreasonableness.
23
All these wicked [ things] issue forth from within and defile the man.

Mark CNC = 24
Mark: INC House, Crowd, Disciples, Parable, Man, Belly, Sewer, Foods, Reasonings, Fornications, Thefts, Murders, Adulteries, Covetings, Wicked-deeds, Deceit, Loose-conduct, Eye, Blasphemy, Arrogance, Unreasonableness = 21

Matthew 15:12-20 and Mark 7:17-23 are parallel.

Matthew CNC = 21
Matthew INC Disciples, Pharisees, Word, Father, Peter, Parable, Mouth, Man, Reasonings, Murders, Adulteries, Fornications, Thefts, False-testimonies, Blasphemies, Hands = 16

Matthew + Mark CNC = 21 + 24 = 45 (3 threads)
Total INC House, Crowd, Disciples, Parable, Man, Belly, Sewer, Foods, Reasonings, Fornications, Thefts, Murders, Adulteries, Covetings, Wicked-deeds, Deceit, Loose-conduct, Eye, Blasphemy, Arrogance, Unreasonableness = 21, Pharisees, Word, Father, Peter, Mouth, Hands = 27 (3 threads) 

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24 From there he rose up and went off into the regions of Tyre and {regions} of Sidon. And having entered into a house he wanted no-one to know, yet he was not able to escape-notice;
25
but immediately, having heard about him, a woman whose little-daughter [qugatrion] had an unclean spirit came and prostrated herself at his feet.
26
But the woman was a Greekess, [Ellhnij is the noun, Ellhnikoj is the adjective] a Syrophoenician in race; and she kept asking him in order that he might throw the demon out of her daughter.
27
But said to her: Permit first the children [teknon] to be satisfied, for it is not right to take the bread of the children and throw it to the little-dogs.
28
But she answered and said to him: Yes Lord, yet the little-dogs underneath the table do eat of the crumbs of the little-children.
29
And he said to her: Due to this word, go off, the demon has gone-outside out of your daughter.[qugathr]
30
And having entered her house she found the little-child [paidion] laid upon the bed and the demon having gone out.

CNC = 22
INC Regions of Tyre, Regions of Sidon, House, Woman, (Little-daughter), Spirit, Feet, Greekess, Syrophoenician, Race, Demon, Daughter, Children/offspring
[teknon], Lord, Word, Little-child, Bed = 16

Mark 7:24-30 and Matthew 15:21-28 are parallel.

Matthew: INC Jesus, Parts of Tyre, Parts of Sidon, Woman, Regions, Lord, Son of David, Daughter, Word, Disciples, Faith, Hour = 12

Mark + Matthew CNC = 22 + 17 = 39 (3 threads).

Mark + Matthew: INC Regions of Tyre, Regions of Sidon, House, Woman, (Little-daughter), Spirit, Feet, Greekess, Syrophoenician, Race, Demon, Daughter, Children, Lord, Word, Little-child, Bed, Jesus, Parts of Tyre, Parts of Sidon, Regions, Son of David, Disciples, Faith, Hour = 24 (3 threads)

Having daughter.[qugathr] gives us little-daughter [qugatrion].

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31 And again [palin] having gone out of the regions of Tyre he came through Sidon into the sea of Galilee up the midst of the regions of Decapolis.
32
Here they brought him a [one] deaf and speech-impaired, and they entreated him in order that he might lay his hand upon him.
33
And having taken him away from the crowd privately, he put his fingers into his ears and, having spat, he touched [hyato] of his tongue [genitive direct object].
34
And having looked up into heaven he groaned and said to him: Ephphatha, that is, Be opened.
35
Well, his hearing-faculties were opened, and the bond of his tongue was loosed, and he began speaking normally.
36
With that he charged them not to tell anyone; but the more he would charge them, that much more they would proclaim it.
37
Indeed, they were astounded most abundantly saying: He has done all things excellently. Even the deaf [ones] the makes hear and the speechless [one] speak.

CNC = 11 
INC Regions of Tyre, Sidon, Sea of Galilee, Regions of Decapolis, Hand, Crowd, Fingers, Ears, Tongue, Heaven, Hearing-faculties = 11 (1 thread).

Aha so an INC noun or noun chain needs to appear twice to get a second thread. 'Regions' appears twice but in two different noun chains here. And this account most definitely does not have a greater meaning unless someone is going to come down here and put his fingers in people's ears and his spit on people's tongues. 

Mark 7:31-37 is not parallel.

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MARK CHAPTER 8
1
In those days, [at the time] again of big crowd existing and of not having what they might eat, he summoned the disciples and said to them:
2
I feel pity upon the crowd, because they have remained with me 3 days already and they have nothing to eat;
3
and if I should send them off fasting into their house, they will give out in the way/road. Indeed, some of them are from far away.
4
But his disciples answered him that: From where will anybody be able to satisfy of loaves [genitive indirect object] these [ones] here in a desolate-place [erhmiaj]?
5
But he asked them: How many loaves have you? They said: 7 [].
6
And he ordered the crowd to recline on the earth/ground, and he took the 7 loaves, gave thanks, broke them, and began to give them to his disciples in order that they might serve [them], and they served them to the crowd.
7
They also had a few little-fishes [icqudion] and, having blessed these, he told them also to serve these.
8
Accordingly they ate and were satisfied, and they took up surpluses [perisseuma a noun - Mounce Groves Wheeler, Liddell] of fragments, 7 provision-baskets [spuridaj].
9
Yet there were about/as [wj] 4,000 [men]. Finally he sent them away.

Mark CNC = 19

Mark INC Days, Crowd, Disciples, House, Way, Desolate-place, Loaves, Earth, Little-fishes, Surpluses of Fragments, Provision-baskets  = 11

Mark 8:1-9 and Matthew 15:29-38 are parallel.

Matthew CNC = 31
Matthew INC Jesus, Sea of Galilee, Mountain, Crowd, Feet, God of Israel, Disciples, Days, Way, Desolate-place, Loaves, (Little-fishes), Earth, Fishes, Provision-baskets, Fragments, Males, Women, Little-children = 18

Mark + Matthew CNC = 19 + 31 = 50 (2 threads)
Mark + Matthew INC  Jesus, Sea of Galilee, Mountain, Crowd, Feet, God of Israel, Disciples, Days, Way, Desolate-place, Loaves, (Little-fishes), Earth, Fishes, Provision-baskets, Fragments, Males, Women, Little-children = 18, House, Surpluses of Fragments = 20 

Loaves (6), Little-fishes (2), Fishes (1), Provision-baskets (2)

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10 And immediately he stepped into the boat with his disciples and came into the parts [meroj] of Dalmanutha.

11 And the Pharisees came out and started disputing with him, seeking from him a sign from the sky/heaven [God's home or the atmosphere], testing him.
12
So he groaned deeply in his spirit, and said: Why does this generation seek a sign? Truly I am saying, A sign will be given to this generation [that of Jonah].

CNC = 11
INC Boat, Disciples, Parts of Dalmanutha, Pharisees, Sign, Sky/Heaven, Spirit, Generation = 8

Matthew 15:39 - 6:4 and Mark 8:10-12 are parallel. 

CNC 17
INC Crowds, Boat, Regions of Magadan, Pharisees, Sadducees, Sign (3), Sky/Heaven, Fair-weather, Stormy-weather, Appearance of Sky/Heaven, Signs of Times, Generation, Sign of Jonah = 13

Matthew + Mark CNC= 17+11 = 28 (2 threads)
Matthew + Mark INC Crowds, Boat, Regions, Pharisees, Sadducees, Sign (3), Sky/Heaven, Fair-weather, Stormy-weather, Appearance of Sky/Heaven, Signs of Times, Generation, Sign of Jonah = 13, Disciples, Parts, Spirit = 16 (2 threads)

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13 And having left them, having stepped in again [to the boat] [as he did in verse 10], he went off to the other side [peran].
14
And they forgot to take loaves [of the feeding of the 4,000], and except one? loaf they had nothing with them in the boat.
15
And he began to order them and say: Keep looking, watch out from the leaven of the Pharisees and the leaven of Herod.
16
So they went arguing with one another that they had not loaves.
17
Knowing [this], he said to them: Why are you arguing over your having not loaves? Do you not yet perceive and do you not understand? Do you have your heart dulled?
18
Having eyes, do you not see; and having ears, do you not hear? [The disciples prefigure future Pharisees fulfilling Isaiah] And do you not remember,
19
when I broke the 5 loaves for the 5,000 [men], how many baskets [kofinoj] full of fragments you took up? They said to him: 12.
20
When [I broke] the 7 for the 4,000 [men], [out] of how many provision-baskets [partitive - out of how many] did you take up plenitudes of fragments? And they said to him: 7.
21
With that he said to them: Do you not yet understand?

CNC = 19
INC Pharisees, Sign, Heaven, Spirit, Generation, Loaves, Boat, Eyes, Ears, Baskets of Fragments, Plenitudes of fragments, Provision-baskets = 11

Matthew CNC = 13
Matthew INC Disciples, Loaves, Jesus, Baskets, Provision-baskets, Leaven of Loaves, Teaching of Pharisees and Sadducees = 7

Matthew + Mark CNC = 13+19 = 32 (2 threads)
Matthew + Mark  INC Pharisees, Sign, Heaven, Spirit, Generation, Loaves, Boat, Eyes, Ears, Baskets of Fragments, Plenitudes of fragments, Provision-baskets = 11, Disciples, Jesus, Baskets, Leaven of Loaves, Teaching of Pharisees and Sadducees = 16 (2 threads)

Mark 8:13-21 and Matthew 16:5-12 are parallel.

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22 Now they came into Bethsaida [indeclinable in Greek, Means house of fish] And they brought him a blind [one], and they entreated him to touch him.
23
And he seized upon [epilambanomenoj] the hand [genitive direct object] of the blind [one], brought him out [exhnegken] out of [exw] [means out of with verbs of motion Liddell] the village, and, having spit into his eye-surfaces [ommata], having laid the hands upon him he asked him: Do you see anything?
24
And having looked up he said: I am seeing men, because I see [ones] as [wj] trees walking about! [So trees can stand for men].
25
Next he again laid his hands upon his eyes [ofqalmouj], and he saw through, and he was restored, and he was seeing all [things] brightly.
26
So he sent him off into his house, saying: But do not enter into the village.

CNC = 9 (1 Thread).
INC Hand (3), Eye-surface, Men, Eyes, House, Village (2) = 6

So no double designation and a noun repeated an even number of times does not imply two threads. One needs the CNC and the INC to be even and no double designation for 2 threads. 

Why was this a two stage healing process??

Mark 8:22-26 is not parallel.

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27 And Jesus went out and his disciples to the villages of Caesarea-of-the-Philip, and in the way he began questioning his disciples, saying to them: Who are men saying that I am?
28
The [ones] said to him: [some are] saying that [you are] John, the Baptist, and others, Elijah, but others that [you are] one of the prophets [partitive genitive].
29
And he put the question to them: You, though, who do you say I am? Answering Peter said to him: You are the Christ.
30
And he warned them in order that they might tell no one about him.

CNC = 12
INC Jesus, Disciples, Villages of Caesarea-of-the-Philip, Way, Men, John, Baptist, Elijah, Prophets, Peter, Christ = 11

31 Also, he started teaching them that it is necessary [for] the Son of the man to suffer many [things] and be rejected by the older [men] and the chief-priests and the scribes and be killed, and after 3 days to rise up.
32
Indeed, with outspokenness he was speaking the word

But Peter taking him towards himself started rebuking him.
33
But the [one], having turned and having seen his disciples rebuked Peter, and said: Get thee behind me, Satan [ Peter was not Satan. But he acting like Satan. So Satan was a metaphor for him], because you are thinking the [things] not of the God but the [things] of the men.

Mark CNC = 21
Mark INC Jesus, Disciples, Villages of Caesarea-of-the-Philip, Way, Men, John, Baptist, Elijah, Prophets, Peter, Christ, Son of the Man, Chief-priests, Scribes, Days, Outspokenness, Word = 17

Matthew CNC  = 39
Matthew INC Parts of Caesarea-of-the-Philip, Jesus, Disciples, Men, Son of the Man, John, Baptist, Elijah, Jeremiah, Prophets, Simon, Peter, Christ, Son of God, Flesh, Blood, Father, Heavens, Congregation, Closing-means of the Kingdom, Earth = 21, Jerusalem, Chief-priests, Scribes, Day, Lord = 26

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

Matthew 16:13-23 and Mark 8:27-33 and Luke 9:18-22 are parallel

Matthew + Mark + Luke CNC = 21+39+12 = 72 (3 threads)
Matthew + Mark + Luke INC Parts of Caesarea-of-the-Philip, Jesus, Disciples, Men, Son of the Man, John, Baptist, Elijah, Jeremiah, Prophets, Simon, Peter, Christ, Son of God, Flesh, Blood, Father, Heavens, Congregation, Closing-means of the Kingdom, Earth = 21, Jerusalem, Chief-priests, Scribes, Day, Lord = 26, Villages of Caesarea-of-the-Philip, Way, Outspokenness, Word = 30 (3 threads)

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34 Now having summoned the crowd together with his disciples he said to them: If anyone wants to come after me, let him disown himself and pick up his torture-stake and follow me continually [new audience but sense override, Jesus had just outspokenly revealed his death on a torture stake, so now he advises his followers that they will have the same fate only metaphorically for the most part!].
35
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 [eneken] [non substantively used improper preposition] me and of the good-news will save it.
36
For what help/use/benefit [present active] is it for a man to gain the whole world and to forfeit his soul? [not comparative speech, a rhetorical question]
37
For what would a man give in exchange of his soul?
38
For whoever becomes ashamed of me and my words [accusative direct object] in the this generation, the adulteress, and [the] sinful [one], the Son of the man will also be ashamed of him when he arrives in the glory of his Father with the angels, the holy [ones].

MARK CHAPTER 9
1
Furthermore, he said to them: Truly, I am saying to you, there are some of those standing here that will not taste of death [genitive direct object] until they see the kingdom of God having come in power.

Mark CNC = 17
Mark INC Crowd, Disciples, Soul, Good-news, Man, World, Exchange of Soul, Words, Generation, Son of Man, Glory of Father, Angels, Death, Kingdom of God, Power = 15

Matthew CNC = 15
Matthew INC Jesus, Disciples, Soul, Man, World, Exchange of Soul, Son of Man, Glory of Father, Angels, Practice, Death, Kingdom = 12

Matthew 16:24-28 and Mark 8:34-9:1 are parallel since they both occurred 6 days before the Transfiguration. Luke 9:23-27 is not since it occurred 8 days before the Transfiguration. Luke is stand alone and counts that way. 

Matthew + Mark CNC = 17+15 = 32 (2 threads)
Matthew + Mark INC
Crowd, Disciples, Soul, Good-news, Man, World, Exchange of Soul, Words, Generation, Son of Man, Glory of Father, Angels, Death, Kingdom of God, Power = 15, Jesus, Practice, Kingdom = 18 (2 threads)    

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2
And after 6 days, Jesus took along Peter and James and John, and brought them up into a lofty mountain to themselves alone. And he was transfigured before them,
3
and his outer-garments became an exceedingly glistening white, which [oioj] a bleacher upon the earth would not thus be able to whiten.
4
Also, Elijah with Moses appeared to them, and they were conversing with Jesus.
5
And responding Peter said to Jesus: Rabbi [Hebrew noun - does not count], 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.
6
Because, he did not know how he should respond, since they became frightened.
7
And a cloud came to be, overshadowing them, and a voice came to be out [ek] of the cloud: This is the Son, of me, the beloved [one], [pronoun imbalance but no further substitutions. 2Peter 1:17 has: My son, my beloved for this - which has no pronoun imbalance] listen to him.
8
And suddenly, they looked around and saw no one with them any longer, except Jesus alone.

CNC (6,1,3,5,0,4,1) = 20
INC Days, Jesus, Peter, James, John, Mountain, Outer-garments, Elijah, Moses, Tents, Cloud, Voice, Son = 13

9 And [epi - at the time] of their going down out [ek] of the mountain, he ordered them to relate to nobody what they saw, until after the Son of the man had risen from the dead [ones].
10
And they remembered the word, discussing among themselves what this rising from the dead [ones] was.
11
And they began to question him, saying: Why are the scribes saying that Elijah must come first?
12
But the [one] said to them: Elijah indeed comes first and restores all [things]; but how is it that it is written about the Son of the man [written concerning the son of Man that: He (comparative) should suffer] that he should suffer many [things] and be treated contemptuously?
13
But I say to you that Elijah, has already come, and they did to him as many [things] as they wanted, just as [kaqwj] it is has been written about him.

CNC (2,1,2,1,1) = 7
INC Mountain, Son of Man, Word, Scribes, Elijah = 5

Mark CNC = 20+7=27
Mark INC Days, Jesus, Peter, James, John, Mountain, Outer-garments, Elijah, Moses, Tents, Cloud, Voice, Son = 13, Son of Man, Word, Scribes = 16 

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

There have to be 3 threads, because the word tent appears 3 times in total. So if there were two threads, then tent would only ever mean a canvas temporary accommodation unit. 

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14 Now, coming toward the [other] disciples, they saw a great crowd around them and scribes disputing with them.
15
But all the crowd having seen him were stunned immediately, and, running up to him, they began to greet him.
16
And he asked them: What are you disputing with them?
17
And one out [ek] of the crowd answered him: Teacher, I brought my son to you having a speechless spirit;
18
and wherever it seizes him it convulses him, and he foams and grinds/grates [trizw not brugmoj[literally sqeaks not gnashes]  the teeth and dries-up/withers. And I spoke to your disciples in order that they might expel it, but they were not capable.
19
But the [one] said to them in-response: Oh faithless generation, how long must I continue with you? How long must I put up with you? [the account will answer this question] Bring him to me.
20
So they brought him to him. But having seen him the spirit immediately caused him to convulse, and having fallen upon the earth he kept rolling about, foaming.
21
And he asked his father: For how much time is it [that fits] as [wj] this have been happening to him? And the [one] said: out of from-early-childhood [i.e. from early childhood onwards]
22
and many-times [pollakij] it would throw him both into fire and into waters in order to destroy him. But if you can do anything, pity us and help us.
23
But Jesus said to him: The [expression], 'If you can'! [Why], all [things] [are] possible for the faithful [one].
24
Immediately crying out, the father of the little-boy [paidion] was saying: I have-faith! Help me with faithlessness [apistia] [so faithlessness is not absolute. So it is not a precise negative of faith. So interpreting 'Faith' does not give us 'Faithlessness']!
25
But Jesus, having seen that a crowd was running together upon [them], rebuked the spirit, the unclean [one] [certainly does make sense singly due to the next phrase. So this is a double designation and CNC and INC are divisible by 3], saying to it: The speechless and deaf spirit, I order you, get out of him and enter into him no more.
26
And having cried out and having convulsed repeatedly it came out; and he became as if [wsei] dead, so that the many of them were saying that he had died.
27
But Jesus having grasped [kratew] of his hand [genitive direct object] raised him up, and he rose.

28 And [epi - at the time] of his entering into a house, his disciples asked him privately [different scene but sense override]: Why could we not expel it?
29
And he said to them: This kind cannot come out by anything except by prayer. 

CNC = 30
INC Disciples, Crowd, Scribes, Teacher, Son, Spirit, Teeth, Generation, Earth, Father, Time, Fire, Waters, Jesus, Father of Little-boy, Faithlessness, Hand, House, Kind, Prayer = 20.

Matthew 17:14-20 and Mark 9:14-29 and Luke 9:37-43 are parallel. And Matthew 17:21 is not canonical.

Matthew + Mark + Luke CNC = 17 + 30 + 19 = 66  (3 threads)

Matthew INC Crowd, Man, Lord, Son, Fire, Water, Disciples, Jesus, Generation, Demon, Boy, Hour, (Little-faith), Faith = 14

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

Total INC: Disciples, Crowd, Scribes, Teacher, Son, Spirit, Teeth, Generation, Earth, Father, Time, Fire, Waters, Jesus, (Father of Little-boy), Faithlessness, Hand, House, Kind, Prayer = 19, Man, Lord, Demon, Boy, Hour, (Little-faith), Faith, Day, Mountain, Male, Foam, Magnificence of God = 30 (3 threads).

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30 And having departed from there they were going through Galilee, but he did not want anyone to get to know it.
31
For he was teaching his disciples and telling them that the Son of the man is to be delivered/given beside [paradidwmi] into hands [should possibly be green] of men, and they will kill him, but, having been killed, with/within/after [meta] 3 days he will rise up [actually he was resurrected as a human on 33Nisan16 and he ascended/rose up from Bethany on 33Nisan17-  Luke 24:51]
32
However, the [ones] were not understanding the saying, and they were afraid to question him. 

CNC = 3
INC Galilee, Disciples, Saying = 3

Matthew CNC = 2
Matthew
INC Galilee, Jesus = 2

Luke CNC = 5 (1 thread)
Luke INC Disciples, Words, Ears, Saying = 4

Matthew + Mark + Luke CNC = 2+3+5 = 10 (2 threads)
Matthew + Mark + Luke INC Disciples, Words, Ears, Saying, Galilee, Jesus = 6.(2 threads)

Mathew 17:22-23 and Mark 9:30-32 are Luke 9:44-45 are parallel. Even though Mark 9:30-32 happened after he departed from the house he entered in Mark 9:28 when he explained to his disciples that the demon could only be expelled by prayer. Whereas Luke is set after the expulsion when people are marvelling and before he entered into the house and explained how to expel the demon. Luke was the warm up: I am going to be delivered into the hands of men. Matthew and Mark are the big deal: They will kill me and I will rise on/after the 3rd day.

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33 And they came into Capernaum. Now having come to be in the house he asked them: What were you arguing over in the way/road?
34
But they kept silent, for they had argued among themselves who [was] greater in the way/road.
35
So having sat down he called the 12 and said to them: If anyone wants to be first, he must be last of all and servant/minister of all.
36
And he took a little-child, stood it in [the] midst of them and having-taken-into-his-arms it, he said to them:
37
Whoever receives one of the little-children like-this [toioutwn] [partitive genitive, spiritual children, coming with Jesus' authority - 'such like'] upon my name [a child who comes on the basis of Jesus name, a child who comes with Jesus' authority], receives me; and whoever receives me, receives, not me, but the [one] having sent me forth.
38
John said to him: Teacher [didaskaloj], we [not I but we, so it could have happened twice once here and once in Luke 9:49] saw a certain [one] expelling demons in your name and we were preventing him, because he was not following us.
39
But Jesus said: Do not prevent him, for [there] is no one that will do a powerful-work upon my name and will quickly be able to revile me;
40
for he who is not against us is for us.
41
For whoever gives you a cup of water to drink because you are [there] in the name of Christ, I truly I saying to you, he will certainly not lose his reward.
42
But whoever stumbles one of these little [ones], the [ones] believing, it would be finer for him if a millstone of-an-ass were put around his neck and he were thrown into the sea [symbolic speech for being permanently thrown out of the true church with the condemnatory stone tablet of the Ass, the law of the church hung around his neck in shame - for at least he can be sealed into the FRC or the OMC]
43
And if ever your hand stumbles you, cut it off. It is finer for you to enter into life maimed than having the 2 hands to go off into Gehenna, into the fire, the inextinguishable [asbestoj] [really this is into the inextinguishable fire - so not a double designation although it does sort of make sense separately]
44
[[[[Where the worm does not die and the fire is not quenched]]]] [Not in Vatican B or Sinaiticus. In Alexandrinus and Scrivener and Stephanus and Byzantine Majority text. We INCLUDE it!!]
45
And if ever your foot stumbles you, cut it off. It is finer for you to enter into life lame than having the 2 feet to be thrown into Gehenna.
46
[[[[Where the worm does not die and the fire is not quenched]]]] [Not in Vatican B or Sinaiticus. In Alexandrinus and Scrivener and Stephanus and Byzantine Majority text. We INCLUDE it!!]
47
And if ever your eye stumbles you, throw it away. It is finer for you to enter one-eyed into the kingdom of God than having 2 eyes to be thrown into Gehenna,
48
where their maggot does not die and the fire is not put out.
49
For everyone must be salted with fire [discipline, but not everyone is incinerated in Gehenna].
50
Salt is fine; but if ever the salt [physical salt, comparative speech, 'salted' and 'salt' are mentioned in the narrative symbolically] becomes unsalty, with what will you season it? Have salt [tasteful behaviour, discipline, the event symbolic meaning of 'salt' in the parable of unsaltiness] in yourselves, and be peace-keeping between one another [which is having a properly seasoned character].

CNC = 25
INC House, Way, Servant, Little-child, Name, John, Teacher, Demons, Jesus, Powerful-work, Cup of Water, Name of Christ, Reward, Hand, Life, Foot, Eye, Kingdom of God = 18

SCNC = 15
SINC Little-children, Millstone, Neck, Sea, Gehenna, Fire, Worm, Maggot, Salt = 9 

Matthew 18:1-35  (see Matthew 19:1) and Mark 9:33-50 and Luke 9:46-50 are parallel. Totals in Matthew.

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MARK CHAPTER 10
1
Having risen from there he came to the frontiers/regions of Judea and/even across [peran] the Jordan, and again crowds came together to him, and he was teaching them again, as [wj] he was accustomed.
2
And Pharisees, having approached, were asking him if it is lawful for a male [andri] to divorce a woman, testing him.
3
Answering he said to them: What did Moses command you?
4
They said: Moses conceded to write a certificate of separation and to divorce.
5
But Jesus said to them: [Due] to your hardheartedness he wrote you this commandment.
6
But, from [the] beginning of creation 'He made them male [arsen] and female.
7
On account of this a man [anqrwpoj] will leave his father and mother,
8
and the 2 will be into one flesh'; so that they are no longer 2, but one flesh? [Groves Wheeler, Liddell, Strong and Mounce think it is a noun].
9
Therefore what God yoked together let no man put apart.

CNC (3,3,1,2,3,1,3,2,2) = 20
INC Frontiers of Judea, Jordan, Crowds, Pharisees, Male, Woman, Moses, Certificate of Separation, Jesus, Hardheartedness, Commandment, Beginning of Creation, Man, Father, Mother, Flesh, God = 17

Matthew 19:1-9 and Mark 10:1-9 are parallel. Totals in Matthew.

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10 And [epi - at the time of] [being] in the house the disciples were asking him about this again [after having asked him about it in Matthew 19:10-12 before they entered into the house. this house is a new scene] .
11
And he said to them: Whoever divorces his woman and marries another commits-adultery against her,
12
and if ever she, having divorced her male [andra], marries another, she commits-adultery.

CNC = 4
INC House, Disciples, Woman, Male = 4

Matthew 19:10-12 counts correctly by itself. So Matthew 19:10-12 and Mark 10:10-12 are NOT parallel. The disciples asked Jesus about this twice. First in Matthew and second in Mark.

13 And [ones] were bringing little-children towards him in order that he might touch them. But the disciples rebuked them.
14
But seeing [this], Jesus became indignant and said to them: Let the little-children come to me; do not prevent them, for of such [ones] is the kingdom of God.
15
Truly I say to you, Whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as [wj] a little-child will certainly not enter into it.
16
And having hugged them he was blessing [them], laying the hands upon them.

CNC = 7
INC = Little-children, Disciples, Jesus, Kingdom of God, Hands = 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. Totals in Matthew. Then they leave the house in Mark 10:17 and the ruler comes along.

Then in verse 17, below, he leaves the house. 

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17
And as he was going out [of the house] into [the] way/road, a certain one ran up and fell-upon-knees before him and asked him: Good Teacher, what must I do in order to inherit everlasting life?
18
Jesus said to him: Why do you call me good? Nobody is good, except one [eij], God.
19
You know the commandments, 'Do not murder, Do not commit-adultery, Do not steal, Do not bear-false-witness, Do not defraud, Honor your father and mother.'
20
But the [one] said to him: Teacher, all these [things] I have kept from my youth [neothj]
21
Jesus having looked into him, loved him and said to him: One [thing] is missing about you: Go, sell as many [things] as you have and give to the poor [ones], and you will have treasure [literally stored up stuff] in heaven, and come follow me.
22
But having grown-sad upon the word he went off grieving, for he was holding many possessions.


23
And having looked around Jesus said to his disciples: How difficultly the [ones] having riches will enter into the kingdom of God!
24
But the disciples were astonished upon his words. But Jesus having answered again said to them: Children?, how difficult [a thing] it is to enter into the kingdom of God! [23]
25
It is easier [for] a camel to go through the aperture/hole/eye of a needle [rafij] [for a false church, which is essentially a secular business, a rich composite man, to successfully negotiate its way to become a true church] than [for] a rich [one] to enter into the kingdom of God [a direct comparison].
26
But the [ones] became still more astonished and said to him: And who can be saved?
27
Looking directly into them Jesus said: With men [it is] impossible, but not [so] with God, for all [things] are possible with God.


28
Peter started to say to him: Look! We left all [things] and have followed you.
29
Jesus said: Truly I am saying to you, [There] is no one who [has] left house or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields on account of me and on account of the good-news
30
[who] will not get a hundred-times-more now in this appointed-time, houses and brothers and sisters and mothers and children and fields, with persecutions, and in the system, the [one] coming, [not a double designation, it means in the coming system] everlasting life.
31
But many first [ones] will be last [ones] and the last [ones] [will be] first [ones].[19]

CNC = 41
INC Way, Teacher, Life, Jesus, God, Commandments, Father, Mother, Youth, Treasure, Heaven, Word, Possessions, Disciples, Riches, Kingdom of God, Children, Men, Peter, House, Brothers, Sisters, Fields, Good-news, Appointed-time, Persecutions, System = 27

Matthew 19:16-20:16 and Mark 10:17-31 and Luke 18:18-30 are parallel. Totals in Mathew.

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32
But they were in the way/road going up to Jerusalem, and Jesus was going-before them, and they were astonished, but the [ones] following began to fear. Once again he took the 12 aside and started to tell them the [things] destined to befall him:
33
[Saying] that look! We are advancing up to Jerusalem, and the Son of man will be delivered to the chief-priests and to the scribes, and they will condemn him to death and will deliver him to the nations,
34
and they will make fun of him and will spit upon him and scourge him and kill him, and with/within/after [meta] 3 days [as a human on 33Nisan16 and into heaven from Bethany of Luke 24 on 33Nisan17] he will rise.

CNC = 10
INC Way, Jerusalem, Jesus, Son of Man, Chief-priests, Scribes, Death, Nations, Days = 9

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

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35
And James and John, the 2 sons of Zebedee, stepped up to him saying to him: Teacher, we want you to do for us whatever we ask of you.
36
He said to them: What do you want me to do for ye [plural, Matthew 20 is singular]?
37
They said to him: Grant us to sit down, one out of your right [places] and one out of your left [places], in your glory.
38
But Jesus said to them: You do not know what you are asking for. Are you able to drink the cup [metonym, a cup is drunk] which I am drinking, or to be baptized-with the baptism which I am being baptized-with [the final baptism, to be a God like Jehovah]?
39
They said to him: We are able. But Jesus said to them: The cup I am drinking you will drink, and with the baptism which I am being baptized-with you will be baptized-with [Wow! - Boanerges! and sons of Thunder, sons of God. They are to be Gods].
40
But the sitting down out of my right [places] or out of left [places] is not mine to give, but [belongs] to which ones it has been prepared [for].
41
Well, having heard, the 10 started to be indignant about James and John.
42
And Jesus, having summoned them, said to them: You know that the [ones] appearing to be ruling over/of the nations [genitive direct object] lord-it over them and their great [ones] dominate over them.
43
But it is not thus [outwj] among you. But whoever wants to become great among you must be your minister,
44
and whoever wants to be first among you must be a slave of all.
45
For even the Son of man came, not to be ministered to, but to minister and to give his soul, a ransom in-exchange-of many. 

CNC = 15
INC James, John, Sons of Zebedee, Teacher, Glory, Jesus, Cup, Baptism, Minister, Slave= 10

Matthew 20:20-28 and Mark 10:35-45 are parallel.

Matthew CNC = 12
Matthew INC Mother of Sons of Zebedee, Sons, Kingdom, Jesus, Cup, Father, Brothers, Minister, Slave = 9

Total CNC = 12 + 15 = 27 (3 threads)
Matthew + Mark INC James, John, Sons of Zebedee, Teacher, Glory, Jesus, Cup, Baptism, Minister, Slave = 10, Mother of Sons of Zebedee, Sons, Kingdom, Father, Brothers = 15

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46 And they came into Jericho. And [epi - at the time] of his going out from Jericho and of his disciples and of a considerable crowd, the son of Timaeus, Bartimaeus [aramaic title, not really a Greek noun. BUT it is declinable as Timaeus with a Bar, meaning son in Aramaic, in front of it. So we count it] a blind beggar [the adjective 'blind' prevents this from being a triple designation] was sitting beside the way/road.
47
And having heard that it was Jesus, the Nazarene, he started shouting and saying: Son of David, Jesus, have mercy on me!
48
And many rebuked him in order that he should be silent. But much [more] rather he was shouting: Son of David, have mercy on me!
49
And having stood, Jesus said: call him. And they called the blind [one], saying to him: Take-courage, get up, he is calling you.
50
But having thrown off his outer-garment, having leaped up, he went towards Jesus.
51
And answering him Jesus said: What do you want me to do for you? But the blind [one] said to him: Rabboni [Hellenization of the Hebrew title, not a proper noun, so does not count], [do] in order that I might see again.
52 And Jesus said to him: Go, your faith has saved you. And immediately he saw again, and he began to follow him on the way/road.

CNC = 18
INC Disciples, Crowd, Son of Timaeus, Bartimaeus, Beggar, Way, Jesus, Nazarene, Son of David, Outer-Garment, Faith = 11.

Mark 10:46-52 and Luke 18:35-43 are parallel. Matthew 20:29-34 is not. In Mark Jesus was going out from Jericho in Luke he was getting near to or joining Jericho. The apparent contradiction can be resolved by an old town new town scenario or indeed by Jesus doubling back due to the shouting of the faithful blind one. 

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

Mark + Luke CNC = 18 + 15 = 33 (3 threads)
Mark + Luke INC
Disciples, Crowd, Son of Timaeus, Bartimaeus, Beggar, Way, Jesus, Nazarene, Son of David, Outer-Garment, Faith = 11, Lord, God, People, Praise = 15 (3 threads)  

Mark is going out from Jericho, Luke is getting near to Jericho. There was an old town Jericho and a new town of Jericho apparently. So you could leave the one part and go into the other. This is cryptically witnessed to in Mark 10:46.

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 MARK CHAPTER 11
1
Now when they were getting near into Jerusalem [ierosoluma] into Bethphage and Bethany toward the Mount of the Olives, he dispatched 2 of the disciples [partitive genitive] of him
2
and he told them: Go into the village, the [one] opposite you, and immediately going into it you will find a colt tied, upon which no-one of men [partitive genitive] has yet sat; loose it and bring it.
3
And if anyone says to you, 'Why are you doing this?' say, 'The Lord is having need of it, and he will immediately send it off again here.'
4
Well, they went away and found the colt tied at the door, outside [exw] [it] [improper preposition] upon the side-street, and they loosed it.
5
But some of the [ones] standing there began to say to them: What are you doing loosing the colt?
6
They said to them just as [kaqwj] Jesus had said; and they let them go.
7
And they brought the colt to Jesus, and they put their outer-garments upon it, and he sat on it.
8
Also, many spread their outer-garments into the way/road, but others cut down boughs [stibadaj] out of the fields.
9
And the [ones] going ahead and the [ones] coming behind were crying out: Hosanna! Blessed is the [one] coming in name of Lord!
10
Blessed is the coming kingdom of our father, David! [not a possessive double designation] Hosanna in the highest [places]!
11
And he entered into Jerusalem, into the temple; and having looked around upon all [things], [it] already being late [oye] of the hour [the adverb oye takes the genitive], he went out to Bethany with the 12.

CNC (4,3,2,3,1,0,3,4,1,1,4) = 26.
INC Jerusalem, Bethany, Mount of Olives, Disciples, Village, Colt, Men, Lord, Need, Door, Side-street, Jesus, Outer-garments, Way, Boughs, Fields, Name of Lord, Kingdom of Father, Temple, Hour = 20

Matthew 21:1-16 and Mark 11:1-11 and Luke 19:29-48 and John 12:12-19 are parallel. Totals in Matthew. There was only one Palm Monday on 33Nisan10, when the lamb entered into the house.

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12 And to the next [day], [implied - epi] upon coming out from Bethany, he became hungry.
13
And having seen a fig-tree from a afar [Jesus not present in gap] having leaves, he went [to see] if he would find anything on it. But, having come upon it, he found nothing except leaves, for [it] was not the season/appointed time of figs [Elul/Tishri. So Heshvan1 would be first of indefinite figless days].
14
So, answering, he said to it: Let no one eat fruit from you anymore into the age. And his disciples were listening.

CNC = 8
INC Bethany, Fig-tree, Leaves, Season of Figs, Fruit, Age, Disciples = 7

Matthew 21:17-22 and Mark 11:12-14 and Mark 11:19-25 are parallel. Totals in Matthew.

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15 And they came to Jerusalem. And having entered into the temple he started to throw out the [ones] selling and the [ones] buying in the temple [again, like he did the day before - see Matthew 21:12 which is parallel to Mark 11:1-11], and the tables of the money-changers and the benches of the [ones] selling the doves he overturned;
16
and he would not let anyone carry a utensil through the temple,
17
but he kept teaching and saying: Is it not written, 'My house, a house of prayer will be called for all the nations'? [Isaiah 56:7 LXX] But you have made it a cave of robbers [not quoting Jeremiah 7:11. Just what they have done?].
18
And the chief priests and the scribes heard it, and they began to seek how to destroy him; for they were fearing him, for all the crowd was being astounded at his teaching.

CNC = 12 (2 threads)
INC: Jerusalem, Temple (3), Tables of Money-changers, Benches, Utensil, Chief-priests, Scribes, Crowd, Teaching = 10 (2 threads)

Mark 11:15-18 is not parallel.

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19 And whenever it became late, they would go out [exeporeuonto] [by road] [to the] outside [exw] [adverb used substantively] of the city.
20
And passing by early-in-the-morning [by road], they saw the fig-tree having withered from the roots.
21
Well Peter, having remembered, said to him: Rabbi [Hebrew noun], See! the fig-tree which you cursed has withered [it withered instantly as mentioned in Matthew 21, but the disciples did not see it until the next day. Ain't that the way!]
22
And in-reply Jesus said to them: Have faith [implied epi] upon/about of God [pistin qeou cannot be 'God's faith', we all have our own faith, if our faith was God's faith then the 1AC would be meaningless. The genitive is therefore not possessive].
23
Truly I am saying to you that whoever tells this mountain, 'Be lifted up and thrown into the sea,' and does not doubt in his heart but has-faith that what he says is occurring, it will be for him.
24
Due to this I tell you, All [things] as many as you are praying [for] and asking [for], have-faith that you have received [them], and it will be for you.
25
And whenever stand praying, forgive whatever you have against anyone [in your heart, so you will not enforce redress, but you will continue to point out the error until repentance, which you accept]; in order that the Father of you, the [one] in the heavens, may also forgive you your trespasses.
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26 But if you do not forgive, neither will the father of you, the [one] in the heavens forgive your trespasses - [not in the Sinaiticus or the Vatican B codices - WE EXCLUDE. It is always a bad idea to limit the mercy of God]

CNC = 11
INC City, Fig-tree, Roots, Peter, Jesus, Faith, God, Father, Heavens, Trespasses = 10

Mark CNC = 8+11 = 19
Mark INC City, Fig-tree, Roots, Peter, Jesus, Faith, God, Father, Heavens, Trespasses = 10,
Bethany, Leaves, Season of Figs, Fruit, Age, Disciples = 16

Matthew 21:17-22 and Mark 11:12-14 and Mark 11:19-25 are parallel. Totals in Matthew.

The Vatican B appears to be confirmed as canonical here (they were the fallen FDS1 after all). The account would not count correctly with verse 26 included. This assumes that 'God' is not used possessively and so 'God' counts. Which has got to be some kind of joke from the Holy Spirit. Like which codex is 'of God'? (i.e. from God) and can God count? and does God count? etc etc. Actually verse 26 is nonsense, God does forgive those who do not forgive, by virtue of their faith. Also you forgive others whilst praying, i.e. in your heart, but you still point out their sin and ask them to repent. 

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27 And they came [by road] again to Jerusalem. And [upon - implied epi] his walking about in the temple, the chief priests and the scribes and the older [ones] came towards him
28
and said to him: In what sort-of authority [dative] do you do these [things]? Or who gave you this authority in order that you might do these [things]?
29
But Jesus said to them: I will ask you one word [metonym for a few words]. You answer me, and I will also tell you in what sort-of authority [dative] I do these [things].
30
The baptism, the [one] of John [makes no sense separately] was [it] out of heaven or out of men? Answer me.
31
And they began to reason among themselves, saying: If we say: Out of heaven, he will say: Due to what therefore, did you not believe him?
32
But were we to say: Out of men, [well] they were fearing the crowd, for all [of them] held that John really/genuinely [ontwj] was a prophet.
33
Well, answering Jesus they said: We do not know. And Jesus said to them: Neither am I telling you in what sort-of authority [dative] I am doing these [things]. [20]

CNC = 20
INC Jerusalem, Temple, Chief-priests, Scribes, Authority, Jesus, Baptism, Word, Heaven, Men, Crowd, John, Prophet = 13
Matthew 21:23-27 and Mark 11:27-33 and Luke 20:1-8 are describing the same events but plainly the accounts continue....

MARK CHAPTER 12
1
And, he started to speak to them in parables: A man planted a vineyard, and put a fence around it, and dug a winepress-vat and erected a tower, and let it out to cultivators, and traveled abroad.
2
And he sent off toward the cultivators at the appointed time a slave, that he might get [something] from the fruits of the vineyard from/beside the cultivators.
3
But they took him, beat him up and sent him away empty.
4
And again [palin] he sent forth another slave to them; and that [one] they struck-on-the-head and dishonored.
5
And he sent forth another, and that one they killed; and many others, some of whom they beat up and some of whom they killed.
6
One more he had, a beloved son. He sent him forth last to them, saying, 'They will respect my son.'
7
But those cultivators said among themselves, 'This is the heir. Come, let us kill him, and the inheritance will be ours.'
8
And having taken [him] they killed him, and threw him out [exebalon] outside [exw] [adverb] of the vineyard.
9
[So] what will the lord of the vineyard do? He will come and destroy the cultivators, and will give the vineyard to others.

Vineyard cultivators parable...
SCNC (6,5,0,1,0,2,3,1,3) = 21

10 Did you never read this scripture, 'The stone which the [ones] building rejected, this turned into [the] head of the corner?
11
From [the] Lord this came about, and it is fantastic in our eyes [Psalm 118:22-23. Eyes of the mind]
12
And they were seeking to seize him, but they feared the crowd, for they knew that he spoke the parable at them. And [so] they left him and went away.

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

SCNC = 25
SINC: Man, Vineyard, Fence, Winepress-vat, Tower, Cultivators, Appointed-time, Slave, Fruits of Vineyard, Son, Heir, Inheritance, (Lord of Vineyard) = 12, Stone, Head of Corner, Lord, Eyes = 15

CNC = 24
INC Jerusalem, Temple, Chief-priests, Scribes, Authority, Jesus, Baptism, Word, Heaven, Men, Crowd, John, Prophet, Parables, Scripture = 15

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

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13 And they sent forth to him some of the Pharisees [partitive genitive] and of the Herodians [Hrwdianoi] [a noun according to Mounce and Groves Wheeler], to catch him in word.
14
And having come they said to him: Teacher, we know you are truthful and you do not care for anybody, for you do not look into the face of men [outward appearance], but you teach the way/road of God upon truth: Is it lawful to pay head-tax to Caesar or not?
15
Shall we pay, or shall we not pay? But he knowing their hypocrisy, said to them: Why are testing me? Bring me a denarius in order that I might see [it].
16 They brought one. And he said to them: Whose image and inscription is this? They said to him: [The image] of Caesar.
17
Jesus then said: Pay back the [things] of Caesar, to Caesar, but the [things] of God, to God. And they began to marvel at him.

CNC (3,5,2,2,3) = 15
INC Pharisees, Herodians, Word, Teacher, Face of Men, Truth, Head-tax, Caesar, Hypocrisy, Denarius, Image, Inscription, Jesus, God = 14

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

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18 And the Sadducees came to him, who say there is no resurrection, and they were asking him saying:
19
Teacher, Moses wrote to us that [oti] if someone's brother dies and leaves a woman behind but does not leave a child [teknon], then. [ean ... ina] [if...then] his brother should take the woman and raise up seed from her for his brother.
20
There were 7 brothers; and the first [one] took a woman, but dying he left no seed.
21
And the second [one] took her, and died without leaving seed; and the 3rd [one] as-thus [wsautwj].
22
And the 7 did not leave a seed. Last of all [them] the woman also died.
23
In the resurrection, a woman of which of them will she be? For the 7 had her [that] woman [gunaika accusative agreeing with 'her'].
24
Jesus said to them: Is not this why you are mistaken, your knowing neither the Scriptures nor the power of God?
25
For when they rise from the dead [ones], neither do [males] marry nor are [females] given-in-marriage, but they are as [wj] angels in the heavens.
26
But about the dead [ones], that they are raised up, did you not read in the book of Moses, upon/about the thornbush how God said to him, 'I am the God of Abraham and God of Isaac and God of Jacob'?
27
He is a God, not of the dead [ones], but of the living [ones]. You are much mistaken.

CNC (2,2,3,1,2,3,3,0,3,1) = 20
INC Sadducees, Resurrection, Teacher, Moses, Brother, Woman, Seed, Jesus, Scriptures, Power of God, Book of Moses, Thornbush, God = 13

5 If brothers live together, and one of them dies, and has no son, the wife of the dead shall not go outside to a strange man; her brother-in-law shall go in to her, and take her to himself for a wife, and shall perform the duty of the levirate; (Deuteronomy 25 GLT)
5 And if brethren should live together, and one of them should die, and should not have seed, the wife of the deceased shall not marry out [of the family] to a man not related: her husband's brother shall go in to her, and shall take her to himself for a wife, and shall dwell with her. (Deuteronomy 25 LXXb)

28 And one of the scribes [partitive genitive] having come up, having heard their disputing [i.e. in the same audience, so this scene related to the scene above], knowing that he had answered them well, asked him: Which commandment is first of all?
29
Jesus answered that the first [one] is: Hear, Oh Israel, [the] Lord our God is one Lord,
30
and you must love [the] Lord, God [does not substitute at verse 36] of you out of your whole heart and out of your whole soul and out of your whole mind and out of your whole strength.'
31
[The] second [one] is this, 'You must love your neighbouring [one] as yourself.' There is no other commandment greater than these.
32
The scribe said to him: Teacher, you spoke well upon truth, 'He is One, and there is no other than He';
33
and this loving him out of whole heart and out of whole understanding and out of whole strength and this loving the neighbouring [one] as oneself is more-valuable/important [perissoteron] of/than all the whole-burnt-offerings and sacrifices [perissoj takes the genitive when meaning 'beyond' or 'more important than'].
34
And Jesus, having seen that he had answered intelligently, said to him: You are not far from the kingdom of God. But nobody had the courage anymore to question him [thereby ending the questioning and the account].

CNC (2,1,0,1,3,4,2) = 13
INC Scribes, Commandment, Jesus, Teacher, Truth, Understanding, Strength, Whole-Burnt-Offerings, Sacrifices, Kingdom of God = 10

35 And having answered, [not in response to the questioning of the scribes, but to the crowds] Jesus was saying, [as he was] teaching in the temple: How are the scribes saying/can the scribes be saying/ that the Christ is [a] son of David?
36
David himself said in the spirit, the holy [one] [makes no sense singly], [The] Lord said to my Lord: Sit out of my right [parts] until I put your hostile [ones] beneath [upokatw] your feet.'
37
David himself calls him 'Lord,' so how is he his son? And the great crowd was listening to him happily.

41 He said but toward them How are they saying the Christ to be of David son? (Luke 20 KIT) (in what sense do they mean that he is David's son?)
41 Ei=pen de. pro.j auvtou,j Pw/j le,gousin to.n Cristo.n ei=nai Daui.d ui`o,n (Luke 20 WHO)

35 And having answered the Jesus was saying teaching in the temple How are saying the scribes that the Christ son of David is? (Mark 12 KIT) (how can they say that he is David's genetic son?
35 Kai. avpokriqei.j o` VIhsou/j e;legen dida,skwn evn tw/| i`erw/| Pw/j le,gousin oi` grammatei/j o[ti o` Cristo.j ui`o.j Daui,d evstin (Mark 12 WHO)

CNC = 9
INC Jesus, Temple, Scribes, Christ, Son, Spirit, Crowd = 7

Total Mark CNC = 20+13+9 = 42
Total Mark INC Scribes, Commandment, Jesus, Teacher, Truth, Understanding, Strength, Whole-Burnt-Offerings, Sacrifices, Kingdom of God = 10, Temple, Christ, Son, Spirit, Crowd = 15

Matthew 22:23-46 and Mark 12:18-37 and Luke 20:27-44 are parallel. Totals in Luke.

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38 And in his teaching [continuing the crowd teaching account from verse 37] he went on to say: Look at [ones] from the scribes the [ones] [genitive] wanting to walk around in robes and [wanting] greetings in the marketplaces
39
and foremost-seats [prwtokaqedria] in the synagogues and foremost-couches [prwtoklisia] at evening-meals.
40
The [ones] [nominative] devouring the houses of the widows and for a mask/pretext/pretence praying extendedly, these will receive a heavier judgment.

CNC = 12
INC Teaching, Scribes, Robes, Greetings, Marketplaces, Foremost-seats, Synagogues, Foremost-couches, Evening-meals, Houses of Widows, Mask, Judgement = 12

41 And having sat down opposite [katenanti] of the treasury he was observing how the crowd was throwing copper into the treasury, and many rich [ones] were throwing in many [ones].
42
And having come one [mia] widow poor, threw 2 Leptons, which is a Quadrans.
43
And he summoned his disciples and said to them: Truly I am saying to you that the widow, this the poor [one], threw more [pleion] of/than all of the [ones] throwing into the treasury [partitive genitive].
44
for they all threw out of [things] overflowing to them, but this [one], out of her need [usterhsij], threw in [things] as many as she had, her whole life/living.

MARK CHAPTER 13
1
As he was going out of the temple one of his disciples said to him: Teacher, see! what sort of stones and what sort of buildings!
2
However, Jesus said to him: Do you behold these great buildings? By no means will a stone be left here upon a stone and not be thrown down.

CNC = 21
INC Treasury, Crowd, Copper, Widow, Leptons, Quadrans, Disciples, Need, Life, Temple, Teacher, Stones, Buildings, Jesus = 14 

Mark CNC = 12+21 =33
Mark INC Teaching, Scribes, Robes, Greetings, Marketplaces, Foremost-seats, Synagogues, Foremost-couches, Evening-meals, Houses of Widows, Mask, Judgement = 12, Treasury, Crowd, Copper, Widow, Leptons, (Quadrans = 2 Leptons), Disciples, Need, Life, Temple, Teacher, Stones, Buildings, Jesus = 25  

Luke CNC = 27
Luke 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, Temple, Stones, Ornaments, Days = 23 

Mark + Luke CNC = 33 + 27 = 60 (3 threads)
Mark + Luke INC Teaching, Scribes, Robes, Greetings, Marketplaces, Foremost-seats, Synagogues, Foremost-couches, Evening-meals, Houses of Widows, Mask, Judgement = 12, Treasury, Crowd, Copper, Widow, Leptons, (Quadrans = 2 Leptons), Disciples, Need, Life, Temple, Teacher, Stones, Buildings, Jesus = 25, People, Gifts, Want, Ornaments, Days = 30 (3 threads)   

Mark 12:38-13:2 and Luke 20:45 - 21:6 are parallel. 

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3
And as he was sitting on the Mount of Olives with the temple in view, Peter and James and John and Andrew began to ask him privately:
4
Tell us, When will these things be, and what will be the sign when all these things are destined to come to a conclusion?
5
So Jesus started to say to them: Look out that nobody misleads you.
6
Many will come on the basis of my name, saying, 'I am he,' and will mislead many.
7
Moreover, when you hear of wars and reports of wars, do not be terrified; [these things] must take place, but the end is not yet.
8
For nation will rise against nation and kingdom against kingdom, there will be earthquakes in one place after another, there will be food shortages. These are a beginning of pangs of distress.
9
As for you, look out for yourselves; people will deliver you up to local courts, and you will be beaten in synagogues and be put on the stand before governors and kings for my sake, for a witness to them.
10
Also, in all the nations the good news has to be preached first.
11
But when they are leading you along to deliver you up, do not be anxious beforehand about what to speak; but whatever is given you in that hour, speak this, for you are not the ones speaking, but the holy spirit is.
12
Furthermore, brother will deliver brother over to death, and a father a child, and children will rise up against parents and have them put to death;
13
and you will be objects of hatred by all people on account of my name. But he that has endured to the end is the one that will be saved.
14
However, when you catch sight of the disgusting thing that causes desolation standing where it ought not let the reader use discernment, then let those in Judea begin fleeing to the mountains.
15
Let the man on the housetop not come down, nor go inside to take anything out of his house;
16
and let the man in the field not return to the things behind to pick up his outer garment.
17
Woe to the pregnant women and those suckling a baby in those days!
18
Keep praying that it may not occur in wintertime;
19
for those days will be [days of] a tribulation such as has not occurred from [the] beginning of the creation which God created until that time, and will not occur again.
20
In fact, unless Jehovah had cut short the days, no flesh would be saved. But on account of the chosen ones whom he has chosen he has cut short the days.
21
Then, too, if anyone says to you, 'See! Here is the Christ,' 'See! There he is,' do not believe [it].
22
For false Christs and false prophets will arise and will give signs and wonders to lead astray, if possible, the chosen ones.
23
you, then, watch out; I have told you all things beforehand.
24
But in those days, after that tribulation, the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light,
25
and the stars will be falling out of heaven, and the powers that are in the heavens will be shaken.
26
And then they will see the Son of man coming in clouds with great power and glory.
27
And then he will send forth the angels and will gather his chosen ones together from the 4 winds, from earth's extremity to heaven's extremity.
28
Now from the fig tree learn the illustration: Just as soon as its young branch grows tender and puts forth its leaves, you know that summer is near.
29
Likewise also you, when you see these things happening, know that he is near, at the doors.
30
Truly I say to you that this generation will by no means pass away/come beside/arrive until all these things happen.
31
Heaven and earth will pass away/come beside/arrive, but my words will not pass away/come beside/arrive.
32
Concerning that day or the hour nobody has seen, neither the angels in heaven nor the Son, but the Father.
33
Keep looking, keep awake, for you do not know when the appointed time is.
34
It is like a man travelling abroad that left his house and gave the authority to his slaves, to each one his work, and commanded the doorkeeper to keep on the watch.
35
Therefore keep on the watch, for you do not know when the master of the house is coming, whether late in the day or at midnight or at cockcrowing or early in the morning;
36
in order that when he arrives suddenly, he does not find you sleeping.
37
But what I say to you I say to all, Keep on the watch.

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MARK CHAPTER 14
1
Now the Passover and the unfermented [cakes] was 2 days after. And the chief-priests and the scribes were seeking how having seized him by craftiness they might kill him;
2
for they repeatedly said: Not at the festival; perhaps there might be an uproar of the people.

CNC = 6
INC Days, Chief-priests, Scribes, Craftiness, Festival, Uproar of People = 6

3 And while he was at Bethany in the house of Simon [this being the story and the first 2 verses set the scene for it] the leprous [one], reclining, a woman came having an alabaster-case of perfumed-oil, genuine nard, very expensive. Breaking open the alabaster-case she began to pour it [upon] his head.
4
But some were indignant among themselves [saying] Why has this destruction [apwleia] of the perfumed-oil taken place?
5
For this perfumed-oil could have been sold for above [epanw] 300 denarii and been given to the poor [ones]! And they were displeased at her.
6
But Jesus said: Let her alone. Why do you try to make trouble for her? She did a fine work/deed toward me.
7
For you always have the poor [ones] with you, and whenever you want to you can always do them good, but me you do not have always.
8
She did what she could; she undertook beforehand to perfume my body into the burial [better than being abused by Romans].
9
Truly I say to you, Wherever the good-news is preached in the whole world, what this [one] did shall also be told as a remembrance of her.

CNC = 17
INC Bethany, House of Simon, Woman, (Alabaster-case of Perfumed-oil), Alabaster-case of Nard, Alabaster-case, Head, Destruction of Perfumed-oil, Perfumed-oil, Denarii, Jesus, Trouble, Work, Body, Burial, Good-news, World, Remembrance = 17  

10 And Judas, Iscarioth [iskariwq, meaning of Iskar, of Issachar, a Hebrew title so does not count] the one [eij] [out] of the 12, [not a triple designation since Iscarioth is not a countable noun. Not a double designation, since Judas and 'the one' are not successive] went off [from the house] to the chief-priests in order to betray him to them.
11
When they heard it, they rejoiced and promised to give him silver. So he began seeking how to betray him conveniently.

CNC = 3
INC Judas, Chief-priests, Silver = 3

Matthew 26:3-16 and  Mark 14:1-11 and Luke 22:1-6 are parallel. John 11:55-57 is not being set at least 4 days earlier (in Mark 14:2 the chief priests repeatedly said not at the festival). .

So the story from verse 1 to verse 11 is that the Chief priests were seeking how to seize him and kill him and while Jesus was in Simon's house in Bethany a woman put oil on his head which upset the disciples and Judas was one of the ones indignant about the use of the oil. So he went off from that meal to the Chief priests in order to betray him. That is all one story because Judas went off not on a new tack but to help the chief priests in their search which is a part of the original story. This joins together seemingly separate accounts in Matthew etc.

Mark CNC = 6 + 17 + 3 = 26
Mark INC Days, Chief-priests, Scribes, Craftiness, Festival, Uproar of People = 6, Bethany, House of Simon, Woman, (Alabaster-case of Perfumed-oil), Alabaster-case of Nard, Alabaster-case, Head, Destruction of Perfumed-oil, Perfumed-oil, Denarii, Jesus, Trouble, Work, Body, Burial, Good-news, World, Remembrance = 23, Judas, Silver = 25.

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12
Now on the first day of unfermented cakes, when they customarily sacrificed the Passover [victim], his disciples said to him: Where do you want us to go and prepare for you to eat the Passover?
13
With that he sent forth 2 of his disciples and said to them: Go into the city, and a man carrying an earthenware vessel of water will encounter you. Follow him,
14
and wherever he goes inside say to the householder, 'The Teacher says: Where is the guest room for me where I may eat the Passover with my disciples?'
15
And he will show you a large upper room, furnished in preparation; and there prepare for us.
16
So the disciples went out, and they entered the city and found it just as he said to them; and they prepared for the Passover.
17
After evening had fallen he came with the 12.
18
And as they were reclining at the table and eating, Jesus said: Truly I say to you, One of you, who is eating with me, will betray me.
19
They started to be grieved and to say to him one by one: It is not I, is it?
20
He said to them: It is one of the 12, who is dipping with me into the common bowl.
21
True, the Son of man is going away, just as it is written concerning him, but woe to that man through whom the Son of man is betrayed! It would have been finer for that man if he had not been born.
22
And as they continued eating, he took a loaf, said a blessing, broke it and gave it to them, and said: Take it, this means my body.
23
And taking a cup, he offered thanks and gave it to them, and they all drank out of it.
24
And he said to them: This means my 'blood of the covenant,' which is to be poured out in behalf of many.
25
Truly I say to you, I shall by no means drink anymore of the product of the vine until that day when I drink it new in the kingdom of God.
26
Finally, after singing praises, they went out to the Mount of Olives.
27
And Jesus said to them: You will all be stumbled, because it is written, 'I will strike the shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered about.'
28
But after I have been raised up I will go ahead of you into Galilee.
29
But Peter said to him: Even if all the others are stumbled, yet I will not be.
30
At that Jesus said to him: Truly I say to you, You today, yes, this night, before a cock crows twice, even you will disown me 3 times.
31
But he began to say profusely: If I have to die with you, I will by no means disown you. Also, all the others began saying the same thing.
32
So they came to a spot named Gethsemane, and he said to his disciples: Sit down here while I pray.
33
And he took Peter and James and John along with him, and he started to be stunned and to be sorely troubled.
34
And he said to them: My soul is deeply grieved, even to death. Stay here and keep on the watch.
35
And going a little way forward he proceeded to fall on the ground and began praying that, if it were possible, the hour might pass away from him.
36
And he went on to say: Abba, Father, all things are possible to you; remove this cup from me. Yet not what I want, but what you want.
37
And he came and found them sleeping, and he said to Peter: Simon, are you sleeping? Did you not have strength to keep on the watch one hour?
38
Men, keep on the watch and praying, in order that you do not come into temptation. The spirit, of course, is eager, but the flesh is weak.
39
And he went away again and prayed, saying the same word.
40
And again he came and found them sleeping, for their eyes were weighed down, and so they did not know what to answer him.
41
And he came the 3rd time and said to them: At such a time as this you are sleeping and taking your rest! It is enough! The hour has come! Look! The Son of man is betrayed into the hands of sinners.
42
Get up, let us go. Look! My betrayer has drawn near.
43
And immediately, while he was yet speaking, Judas, one of the 12, arrived and with him a crowd with swords and clubs from the chief priests and the scribes and the older men.
44
Now his betrayer had given them an agreed sign, saying: Whoever it is I kiss, this is he; take him into custody and lead him away safely.
45
And he came straight up and approached him and said: Rabbi! and kissed him very tenderly.

46 So they laid their hands upon him and took him into custody.
47
However, a certain one of those standing by drew his sword and struck the slave of the high priest and took his ear off.
48
But in response Jesus said to them: Did you come out with swords and clubs as against a robber to arrest me?
49
Day after day I was with you in the temple teaching, and yet you did not take me into custody. Nevertheless, it is in order that the Scriptures may be fulfilled.
50
And they all abandoned him and fled.
51
But a certain young man wearing a fine linen garment over his naked body began to follow him nearby; and they tried to seize him,
52
but he left his linen garment behind and got away naked.

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53
They now led Jesus away to the high/chief-priest, and all the chief-priests and the older [ones] and the scribes assembled.
54
But Peter, from afar, followed him until the courtyard of the chief-priest; and he was sitting together with the subordinates and warming himself before the light [of the fire]. [8]

55 But the chief-priests and the whole Sanhedrin were looking for testimony against Jesus to put him to death, but they were not finding any.
56 Many, indeed, were testifying falsely against him, but their testimonies were not in agreement.
57 Also, certain ones were rising and testifying falsely against him, saying:
58 We heard him say, 'I will throw down this temple that was hand-made and in 3 days I will build another not hand-made.' [Jesus never said that. Comparative but false scripture! He said break it down and I will rebuild it. Jesus did not knock down the temple of Judaism. Caiaphas did that]
59 But neither on these [ grounds] was their testimony agreeing.
60 Finally the chief/high-priest rose in their midst and questioned Jesus, saying: Are you answering nothing? What is it these are testifying against you?
61 But he kept silent and answered nothing. Again the chief/high-priest began to question him and said to him: Are you the Christ,  the Son of the Blessed One?
62 Then Jesus said: I am; and you will see the Son of the man sitting out of the right-hand [parts] of power [power does not have any hands] and coming with [meta] the clouds?? of heaven [on a metaphorical cloud in Matthew, with a literal cloud in Mark].
63
At this the chief/high-priest [Caiaphas] ripped his inner-garments and said: What further need do we have of witnesses?
64 You heard the blasphemy. What is evident to you? They all condemned him to be liable to death.
65 And some started to spit on him and to cover his face and clobber him and say to him: Prophesy! And, the subordinates took him in slaps (Mark 14).[24]

CNC = 8+24=32
INC Jesus, Chief-priest, Scribes, Peter, Courtyard of Chief-priest, Subordinates, Light, Sanhedrin, Testimony, Temple, Day, Christ, Son, Son of Man, Clouds of Heaven, Inner-garments, Need of Witnesses, Blasphemy, Death, Face, Slaps = 21

66 Now while Peter was below in the courtyard, one of the servant-girls [partitive genitive] of the chief-priest came,
67
and, seeing Peter warming himself, she looked straight at him and said: You, too, were with the Nazarene [Nazarhnou a noun according to Groves Wheeler, Mounce and Thayer], this Jesus.
68
But he denied it, saying: Neither do I know him nor do I understand what you are saying, and he went out [exhlqen] outside [exw] into [eij] the forecourt. [[[And a cock crowed]]] [not in VaticanB or Sinaiticus. Is in Alexandrinus and Rescriptus and everything else. We take it as NOT canonical - because we can count. And a cock crowed when Peter was warming himself by the charcoal fire in the courtyard of Annas the (ex) chief priest]
69
And the servant-girl, having seen him, started again to say to those standing by: This is one of them.
70
Again he was denying it. And again after a little [while] those standing by began saying to Peter: Certainly you are one of them, for, in fact, you are a Galilean [one].
71
But he commenced to curse and swear: I do not know this man of whom you speak.
72
And immediately a cock crowed a second [time]; and Peter recalled the saying as/that [wj] said to him the Jesus: Before a cock crows twice, you will disown me 3-times. And he broke down and was weeping. [13]

CNC = 8 + 22 + 13 = 43
Mark
INC Jesus, Chief-priest, Scribes, Peter, (Courtyard of Chief-priest), Subordinates, Light, Sanhedrin, Testimony, Christ, Son, (Son of Man), Clouds of Heaven, Inner-garments, Need of Witnesses, Blasphemy, Death, Face, Slaps = 17, Courtyard, (Servant-girl of Chief-priest), Nazarene, Servant-girl, Forecourt, Man, Cock, Saying = 24

Matthew 26:57-75 and Mark 14:53-72 and Luke 22:54-65 and John 18:12-27 are parallel. These accounts runs from leading him to Annas then on to Caiaphas then until the 2nd cock crowing, until day break.

Total CNC = Matthew 44 + Mark 43 + Luke 19 + John 50 =156  (3 threads)

Matthew INC Jesus, Caiaphas, Chief-Priest, Scribes, Peter, (Courtyard of Chief-priest), Subordinates, End, Sanhedrin, False-witness, God, Christ, Son of God, Son of Man, Outer-Garments, Need of Witnesses, Blasphemy, Death, Face =18, Courtyard, Servant-girl, Gatehouse, Nazarene, Oath, Man, Dialect, Cock, Saying = 27

Luke INC House of Chief-priest, Peter, Fire, Servant-girl, Light, Woman, Man, Hour, Truth, Cock, Lord, Saying of Lord, Males = 13

John INC Annas, Father-in-law of Caiaphas, Caiaphas, Simon, Peter, Jesus, Disciple, Chief-priest, Courtyard of Chief-priest, Door, Doorkeeper, Servant-girl, Disciples of Man, Slaves, Subordinates, Charcoal-fire, Chill, Teaching, Outspokenness, World, Synagogue, Temple, Slap, (Slaves of Chief-priest), Garden, Cock = 25

Matthew + Mark + Luke + John INC: Jesus, Chief-priest, Scribes, Peter, (Courtyard of Chief-priest), Subordinates, Light, Sanhedrin, Testimony, Christ, Son, (Son of Man), Clouds of Heaven, Inner-garments, Need of Witnesses, Blasphemy, Death, Face, Slaps = 17 Courtyard, (Servant-girl of Chief-priest), Nazarene, Servant-girl, Forecourt, Man, Cock, Saying = 24, Caiaphas, End, False-witness, God, (Son of God), Outer-Garments, Gatehouse, Oath, Dialect = 32, House of Chief-priest, Fire, Woman, Hour, Truth, Lord, (Saying of Lord), Males = 39, Annas, Father-in-law of Caiaphas, Simon, Disciple, Door, Doorkeeper, (Disciples of Man), Slaves, Charcoal-fire, Chill, Teaching, Outspokenness, World, Synagogue, Temple, (Slaves of Chief-priest), Garden = 54 (3 threads)

So there are 8 word symbolic fulfilments to this (4 parallel accounts and two word threads). The Watchtower denied Jesus 3x in the Passover nights of 1996/1997./1998 to fall over the saints and then 2003/2004/2005 to fall as a true church.

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MARK CHAPTER 15
1
And immediately early [in the morning] the chief-priests with the older [ones] and the scribes, even the whole Sanhedrin, having had a consultation, having bound Jesus led him off and handed him over to Pilate [no account of the consultation itself at Caiaphas' place]

CNC = 6
INC Chief-priests, Scribes, Sanhedrin, Consultation, Jesus, Pilate = 6

Matthew 27:1-2 and Luke 22:66-23:1 and Mark 15:1 and John 18:28 are parallel. Totals in Luke

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2
And Pilate asked him: Are you the king of the Jewish [ones] [Ioudaiwn]? Answering him he said: You yourself say [it].
3
But the chief-priests proceeded to accuse him of many [things].
4
Now Pilate began questioning him again, saying: Are you answering nothing? See how many [things] they are bringing against you.
5
But Jesus still answered nothing, so that Pilate began to marvel.
6
According to festival he used to release to them one prisoner, whom they petitioned for.
7
Now there was one called Barabbas having been bound with the seditionists, who had done murder in the sedition.
8
So the crowd came on up and started to petition according to what he used to do for them.
9
Pilate responded to them, saying: Do you want me to release to you the king of the Jewish [ones]?
10
For he was aware that due to envy the chief-priests had handed him over.
11
But the chief-priests stirred up the crowd to have him release Barabbas to them, instead.
12
But Pilate, answering again, was saying to them: What, then, shall I do with [one] whom you call the king of the Jewish [ones] [Ioudaiwn]?
13
Once more they cried out: Impale him!
14
But Pilate went on to say to them: Why, what bad [thing] did he do? Still they cried out all the more: Impale him!
15
And Pilate, wishing to do the satisfactory [thing] for the crowd, released Barabbas to them, and having whipped [him], he handed over Jesus to be impaled.

Mark CNC = 27
Mark INC: Pilate, King, Chief-priests, Jesus, Festival, Prisoner, Barabbas, Seditionist, Murder, Sedition, Crowd, Envy = 12

Matthew 27:11-26 and Mark 15:1-15 and Luke 23:2-25 and John 18:28½-19:16 are parallel and up until the sentencing by Pilate. Totals are in John.

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16
The soldiers [stratiwtai] now led him off inside [esw] of the courtyard [inside with motion, non substantive use of inside as an improper preposition] which is the praetorium; and they called together the whole band-of-troops,
17
and they decked him with purple and placed around him a braided thorny crown.
18
And they started greeting him: Rejoice! King of the Jewish [ones]!
19
Also, they were hitting his head with a reed and spitting upon him and, bending their knees, they would do-obeisance to him.
20
And when they had mocked him, they stripped the purple from him and put his outer-garments upon him. And they led him out to impale him.
21
Also, they enlisted [one] passing by, a certain one [tij], Simon, a Cyrenian [ Mounce, Groves Wheeler, Thayer and Strong have it as a noun] coming from the field, the father of Alexander and {father} of Rufus, that he should lift up his stake.

CNC = 18
INC Soldiers, Courtyard, Praetorium, Band-of-troops, Purple (2), Crown, King, Head, Reed, Knees, Outer-garments, Simon, Cyrenian, Field, Father of Alexander, Father of Rufus, Stake = 17

Matthew 27:27-32 and Mark 15:16-21 and Luke 23:26-31 are parallel and post sentencing by Pilate, the story of the Journey from Pilate to Golgotha.

Total CNC = 19 + 18 + 11 = 48 (4 threads)

Matthew INC: Soldiers of Governor, Jesus, Praetorium, Band-of-troops, Cloak, Crown, Thorns, Head, Reed, King, Outer-garments, Man, Cyrenian, Simon, Name, Stake = 16

Luke INC Simon, Cyrenian, Field, Stake, Jesus, Multitude of People, Multitude of Women, Daughters of Jerusalem, Children, Days = 10.

Total INC Soldiers, Courtyard, Praetorium, Band-of-troops, Purple, Crown, King, Head, Reed, Knees, Outer-garments, Simon, Cyrenian, Field, Father of Alexander, Father of Rufus, Stake = 17, Soldiers of Governor, Jesus, Cloak, Thorns, Man, Name, Multitude of People, Multitude of Women, Daughters of Jerusalem, Children, Days = 28 (4 threads).

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22
So they brought him to the place Golgotha [Hebrew place name. But a declinable Greek noun - Golgoqan], which is translated, place of skull.
23
Here they tried to give him wine having been drugged-with-myrrh, but he would not take it.
24
And they impaled him and distributed his outer-garments casting the lot over them [to determine] who takes what.
25
It was but the 3rd hour, and they impaled him [When the chief-priests took him to pilate to be impaled, since he was not condemned by Pilate until just before the 6th hour according to John 19:14! At the 3rd hour he went in to Pilate more like].
26
And the inscription of the charge against him was written-above, The King of the Jewish [ones].
27
And, they impaled 2 robbers with him, one out of his right [parts] and one out of his left [parts].
28
--[[[and the scripture was fulfilled which says: He was reckoned with the lawless ones - Vulgate and Syriac Peshitta only]]]
29
And the [ones] passing by were blaspheming him, wagging their heads and saying: Bah! The [one] breaking down the temple and building [it] in 3 days,
30
come down from stake and save yourself!
31
Likewise [omoiwj] also the chief-priests mocking one to another with the scribes were saying: Others he saved; himself he cannot save!
32
The Christ, the King of Israel come down from the stake, in order that we may see and believe. Even the [ones] impaled together with him were reproaching him.

CNC = 19/(20)
INC Place, Golgotha, Place of Skull, Wine, Outer-garments, Lot, Hour, Inscription of Charge, King, Robbers, (Scripture?), Heads, Temple, Days, Stake, Chief-priests, Scribes, Christ = 17/(18)

Matthew 27:33-44 and Mark 15:22-32 and Luke 23:32-43 and John 19:16-27 are parallel. Totals in Mark.

Matthew 24 + Mark 19/(20) + Luke (18)/20 + John 49 = 112 (4 threads)

Matthew INC Place, Golgotha, Place of Skull, Wine, Gall, Outer-garments, Lot, Head, Charge, Jesus, King, Robbers, Temple, Days, Son of God, Stake, Chief-priests, Scribes, King of Israel, God = 20

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

John INC: Jesus, Stake, Place of Skull, Golgotha, Pilate, Title, Nazarene, King, Place, City, Chief-priests, Soldiers, Outer-garments, Part, Inner-garment, Scripture, Apparel, Lots, (Stake of Jesus), Mother, Sister of Mother, Mary, Magdalene, Disciple, Woman, Son, Hour = 26  

Total INC Place, Golgotha, (Place of Skull), Wine, Outer-garments, Lot, Hour, (Inscription of Charge), King, Robbers, (Scripture?), Heads, Temple, Days, Stake, Chief-priests, Scribes, Christ = 15, Gall, Charge, Jesus, (Son of God), God, Skull, Father?, People, Rulers, (Christ of God), Soldiers, Vinegar, Inscription, Judgement, Kingdom, Paradise = 29, Pilate, Title, Nazarene, City, Part, Inner-garment, Scripture, Apparel, (Stake of Jesus), Mother, Sister of Mother, Mary, Magdalene, Disciple, Woman, Son = 44 (4 threads)

So this count indicates that...

28 --[[[and the scripture was fulfilled which says: He was reckoned with the lawless ones - Vulgate and Syriac Peshitta only]]] (Mark 15) is not canonical
34 [But Jesus was saying: Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do] [In Sinaiticus and Alexandrinus but not in VatB. We take it as canonical] And distributing his outer-garments, they cast lot. (Luke 23) is canonical.

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33
And [upon] the 6th hour occurring a darkness fell over the whole land/earth until the 9th hour.
34
And in the 9th hour, Jesus called out with a loud voice: Elohi, Elohi, lama sabachthani? which is translated: My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?
35
And some of those standing near, on hearing it, began to say: See! He is calling Elijah.
36
But a certain one ran and having-filled [gemizw] a sponge of sour-wine [oxouj] [genitive indirect object], having put it on a reed, caused him to drink, saying: Let [him] be! Let us see whether Elijah comes to take him down.
37
But Jesus let out a loud cry/voice [fwnh] and expired.
38
And the curtain of the sanctuary was rent into 2 from above until below.
39
But the centurion that was standing alongside opposite him, having seen that thus he expired said: Truly this man was a son of God. [20]

40 There were also women viewing from a afar, in which [ones] were both (Mary)/Mary [Mariam in VatB and Maria in Sinaiticus and Alexandrinus. We take it as Maria], the Magdalene and Mary, the mother of James the little [one] and {mother} of Joses, and Salome,
41
who were following him and ministering to him when he was in Galilee, and many others, the [ones] having come up with him to Jerusalem [ierosoluma] (Mark 15).[9]

CNC = 29

Mark INC Hour, Darkness, Earth, Jesus, Voice, God, Elijah, Sponge, Sour-wine, Reed, Curtain of Sanctuary, Centurion, Man, Son of God, Women, Mary, Magdalene, Mother of James, Mother of Joses, Salome, Galilee, Jerusalem  = 22

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

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42 Now upon evening [oyiaj] already having come to be, and since it was Preparation, which is, Sabbath-eve [prosabbaton],
43
Joseph [May Jehovah add] came from Arimathea [height], a reputable counsellor, who also himself was waiting for the kingdom of God. Having become-bold, he went in before Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus.
44
But Pilate wondered whether he had already died and, summoning the centurion, he asked him whether he had already died.
45
And having known from the centurion, he granted the corpse to Joseph.
46
And having brought fine-linen and having taken him down, he wrapped him in the fine-linen and laid him in a tomb [mnhma] [VaticanB and Sinaiticus - tomb mnhmeiw Alexandrinus and Scrivener - memorial-tomb] which was quarried out of a rock-mass; and he rolled a stone upon door/entrance of the memorial-tomb [mnhmeion].
47
But Mary, the Magdalene and Mary, the [one] of Joses were looking at where he had been laid.

CNC = 21
INC Preparation, Sabbath-eve, Arimathea, Counsellor, Kingdom of God, Pilate, Body of Jesus, Centurion, Corpse, Fine-linen, Tomb/(Memorial tomb), Rock-mass, Stone, Door of Memorial-tomb, Mary, Magdalene = 16

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

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MARK CHAPTER 16
1
And the Sabbath having passed, the Mary, the Magdalene, and Mary, the [one] of the James, and Salome bought spices in order to come and grease him.
2
And very early in the [first] one of the Sabbaths [partitive. NOT the first day of the week, for this would have Sabbath in the singular. But the first day of the festival of weeks. This is Nisan17, which truly has Jesus in the heart of the earth for 3 days and nights, Nisan14/15/16. He was resurrected on Nisan17, for he said: after 3 days I am being raised up - Matthew 27:63] they came to the memorial-tomb, when the sun had risen.
3
And they were saying one to another: Who will roll the stone away out of [ek] the door of the memorial-tomb for us?
4
But when they looked up, they beheld that the stone had been rolled away, although it was extremely  large.
5
When they entered into the memorial-tomb, they saw a young-man [neaniskon]sitting on the right clothed in a white robe, and they were stunned.
6
He said to them: Stop being stunned. Jesus you are looking for, the Nazarene, the [one] having been impaled. He was raised up, he is not here. See! The place where they laid him.
7
But go, tell his disciples and Peter, 'He is going ahead of you into Galilee; there you will see him, just as [kaqwj] he told you.'
8
So when they came out they fled from the memorial-tomb, for trembling and ecstasy were gripping them. And they told nobody anything, for they were fearful. 

CNC = 24
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

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

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Short Conclusion

[[[But all that had been commanded, they related briefly to those around Peter

After these [things] also Jesus himself from east until west sent out through them the sacred and unfailing preaching of the everlasting salvation. [Counts OK in or out] ]]]

Catholic Crap which only appeared in a few later manuscripts. Ruins the count above too if included. Not inspired!

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Long Conclusion - Alexandrinus, Rescriptus, Bezae and some Latin versions have this - it is inspired. Mark and John will not count without it!!

9 Having risen early on the first [day] of the Sabbath [Partitive, Sabbath means 7 here. 33Nisan16 he rose out of Hades as an angel to appear before Jehovah and give him an angelic firstfruit wave offering] he appeared first to Mary, the Magdalene [on the first of the Sabbaths - plural - 33Nisan17], from whom he had expelled 7 demons.
10
She went and reported to those who had been with him, as they were mourning and weeping.
11
But they, when they heard that he lived and had been viewed by her, did not believe.

CNC = 4
INC Sabbath, Mary, Magdalene, Demons.

Mark 16:9-11 and John 20:11-18 are parallel. Totals in John.

So Jesus rose first to see his father, Jehovah and to offer his angelic body on 33Nisan16, then he was resurrected as a human and went to see his girlfriend, Mary on 33Nisan17. That is the right way round. Adam did it back to front!

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12
Moreover, after these [things] he appeared in another form to 2 of them walking along, as they were going into the field [the country, Emmaus actually];
13
and they came back and reported to the remaining [ones]. Neither did they believe these.

CNC = 2 (1 thread)
INC Form, Field = 2

Luke 24:12-32 and Mark 16:12-13 are parallel. Totals in Luke. 

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But later [usteroj] he appeared to the 11 themselves as they were reclining, and he reproached their faithlessness and hardheartedness, because they did not believe those who had beheld him now raised up from the dead [ones].
15
And he said to them: Having gone into all the world preach the good-news to all creation.
16
He that believes and is baptized will be saved, but he [who has heard] that does not believe will be condemned.
17
These signs will follow those having believed [from the start]: By the use of my name they will expel demons, they will speak in/with tongues [the tongue is a metonym for a language],
18
and with their hands they will lift up/take away/remove [airw] serpents [of the offspring of vipers variety - expelled through the laying on of the hands?], and if they drink anything deadly it will not hurt them at all. They will lay their hands upon sick [ones], and these will become well.

CNC = 11
INC Faithlessness, Hardheartedness, World, Good-news, Creation, Signs, Name, Demons, Tongues, Hands = 10

19 Therefore indeed, the Lord Jesus ['Jesus' is in the Alexandrinus but nothing else. Bezae, Scrivener Tischendorf and the Majority text have 'Lord' alone - They are all wrong!], after having spoken to them, was taken up to heaven and sat down out of right [parts] of God [as head of the 2nd Holy Spirit].

20 But these [ones], went out and preached everywhere, [upon] working with the Lord and [upon] following up the word through the accompanying signs.

Mark CNC = 11+6 = 17
Mark INC Faithlessness, Hardheartedness, World, Good-news, Creation, Signs, Name, Demons, Tongues, Hands = 10, Lord, Jesus, Heaven, Word = 14

Matthew 28:16-20 and Mark 16:14-20 are parallel. Totals in Matthew.

So the Long conclusion of Mark only as recorded in the Alexandrinus is CANONICAL  John 20 and Luke 24 and Matthew 28 ALL need it to count correctly and it provides a wonderful insight into how demons are expelled and into where the HQ of FDS1 ought to have been (Galilee not Jerusalem or Rome). 

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