- The woman had been ill for twelve years. She became ill when the daughter of Jairus was born.
- Jairus was an important, and probably wealthy, religious ruler of the synagogue. The suffering woman was a poor, unclean outcast.
- The daughter of Jairus was doing fine for twelve years. She died the moment the bleeding woman was healed.
- The woman quietly and secretly sought healing by touching the hem of His garment (the subject of which is another post entirely). Jairus, as a leader of the synagogue, boldly and publicly came to Yeshua with his request.
- Yeshua called attention to the woman who was healed. The miracle of Jairus' daughter was to remain private.
- Yeshua calls the woman “My daughter.” As soon as He heals her, the religious leaders come and tell Jairus that his daughter is dead, twelve years after this story began.
- Yeshua told the woman that her faith saved her. He told Jairus to have more faith.
- Yeshua loves both of these daughters, but one comes from a humble position and He exalts her publicly. God also loves the religious ruler and does raise his daughter, but He humbles and restrains him.
Update: I actually wrote a second post about this very story, clarifying a couple things. You can find it here.