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At  Joppa  there  was  a  certain  disciple  named  Tabitha,  
which  is  translated  Dorcas.  This  woman  was  full  of ...
But  Peter  put  them  all  out,  and  knelt  down  and  
prayed.  And  turning  to  the  body  he  said,  
“Tabitha,  ari...
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  1. 1. At  Joppa  there  was  a  certain  disciple  named  Tabitha,   which  is  translated  Dorcas.  This  woman  was  full  of   good  works  and  charitable  deeds  which  she  did.  But   it  happened  in  those  days  that  she  became  sick  and   died.  When  they  had  washed  her,  they  laid  her  in  an   upper  room.  And  since  Lydda  was  near  Joppa,  and   the  disciples  had  heard  that  Peter  was  there,  they   sent  two  men  to  him,  imploring  him  not  to  delay  in   coming  to  them.  Then  Peter  arose  and  went  with   them.  When  he  had  come,  they  brought  him  to  the   upper  room.  And  all  the  widows  stood  by  him   weeping,  showing  the  tunics  and  garments  which   Dorcas  had  made  while  she  was  with  them.    
  2. 2. But  Peter  put  them  all  out,  and  knelt  down  and   prayed.  And  turning  to  the  body  he  said,   “Tabitha,  arise.”  And  she  opened  her  eyes,  and   when  she  saw  Peter  she  sat  up.  Then  he  gave  her   his  hand  and  liDed  her  up;  and  when  he  had   called  the  saints  and  widows,  he  presented  her   alive.  And  it  became  known  throughout  all   Joppa,  and  many  believed  on  the  Lord.  So  it  was   that  he  stayed  many  days  in  Joppa  with  Simon,  a   tanner.   Acts  9:36-­‐43  (NKJ)  
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