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The Widow's Mite
(Le denier de la veuve)
Mark 12:41 - 12:42 - 12:43 - 12:44
12:41. Jesus sat across from the treasury and beheld how the people cast money into the treasury. Many that were rich cast in much.
12:42. A certain poor widow came, and she cast in two coins worth a total of one-fortieth of a day's wage.
12:43. Calling His disciples together, He said to them, “Truly I say to you, this poor widow has cast in more than all those who have cast into the treasury.
12:44. “For they all cast in of their abundance, but she of her want cast in all she had, even her whole livelihood.”
Luke 21:1 - 21:2 - 21:3 - 21:4
21:1. Looking on, Jesus saw the rich men cast their gifts into the treasury,
21:2. and He also saw a certain poor widow casting in two brass mites.
21:3. He said, “Truly, I say to you that this poor widow has cast in more than all of them,
21:4. “for all these have cast into the offerings of God from their abundance, but she from her poverty has cast in everything she had to live on.”
Source:The Brooklyn Museum
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