Jesus went into Capernaum, followed by a great crowd of people, and among them was a woman who for twelve years had suffered from a disease which no doctor could cure, though she had consulted many, and spent all her wealth upon them. She had said within herself, “If I could but touch His garment I should be made well.” So she pressed through the crowd, and put out her arm and touched the hem of His garment, and immediately she was made well.
Then Jesus, turning round to His disciples, said, “Who touched me?” But they all denied that they had done so, and Peter and they that were with him said, “Master, the multitude throng Thee and press Thee, and yet Thou sayest, Who touched Me!” They were surprised that Jesus should make such an enquiry, seeing that so many were crowding round Him, and pressing against Him. But Jesus said, “Somebody hath touched Me, for I perceive that healing virtue hath gone out of Me.”
When the woman saw that Jesus knew what she had done, and that she could not be hidden in the crowd, she came trembling, and, falling down before Him, she declared unto Him before all the people why she had touched Him, and how she had been healed at once. And He said unto her, “Daughter, be of good comfort; thy faith hath made thee whole. Go in peace, and be healed of thy illness.”
Jesus wishes us to trust in Him. We suffer from a terrible disease — the disease of sin, which no doctor can cure; but Jesus will heal us and take away our sin if we trust in Him.