[43] Get up, pick up your bed, and walk

2 And, look! they were bringing him a paralyzed/loosed-beside [one] having been cast upon on a bed [klinhj]. On seeing their faith Jesus said to the paralyzed [one]: Take courage, child; your sins are forgiven.
3
And, look! some/certain [ones] [tinej] of the scribes said to themselves: This [one] blasphemes.
4
And Jesus, knowing their thoughts [enqumhsij], said: Why are you thinking wicked [things] in your hearts?
5
For instance, which is easier, to say, Your sins are forgiven, or to say, Get up and walk?
6
However, in order for you to know that the Son of man has authority on earth to forgive sins - then he said to the paralyzed [one]: Get up, pick up your bed [klinhj], and go to your house.
7
And having got up he went off to his house.
8
But having seen [this] the crowds were struck-with-fear, and they glorified the God, the [one] having given such [toiauthn] authority to men ['Such' is a pronoun imbalance. But there are no further verses in the account which mention God. So this is a double designation! If it was not then Matthew would count properly and therefore not be parallel. All 3 accounts are followed by the calling of Matthew = Levi, the son of Alphaeus,. the tax collector] (Matthew 9).

1 And having entered into Capernaum again, in days it was heard he was in his house.
2
Consequently many gathered, so that [wste] no longer could one move, not even at the door, and he was speaking the word to them.
3
And they came bringing him a paralyzed [one] carried by 4.
4
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.
5
And when Jesus saw their faith he said to the paralyzed [one]: Child, your sins are forgiven.
6
Now some [tinej] of the scribes were sitting there, and reasoning in their hearts:
7
Why is this [one] speaking like this? He blasphemes. Who can forgive sins except one, the God?
8
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?
9
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'?
10
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]:
11
I say to you, Get up, pick up your stretcher, and go into your house.
12
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 (Mark 2)

17 And it happened in one of the days [quantitative genitive] that he was teaching, and Pharisees and law-teachers were sitting [in] who had come out of [ek] every village of {Galilee and Judea} and Jerusalem and [the] power of the Lord was [there] for him to be healing.
18
And, look! males [andrej] carrying on a bed [klnhj] a man [anqrwpon] who was [one] having been paralyzed, and they were seeking to bring him in and to place him before him.
19
So, not finding any-kind-of [way] to bring him in due to the crowd, having climbed up on the roof [dwma], they let him down, together with the little-bed [klinidiw], through the tiles [literally potter's clay] into the midst [of the place] in front of [emprosqen] Jesus.
20
And when he saw their faith he said: Man, your sins are forgiven you.
21
Thereupon the Scribes and the Pharisees started to reason, saying: Who is this that is speaking blasphemies? Who is able to forgive sins except the God alone?
22
But Jesus, discerning their reasonings [dialogismoj], having answered said to them: What are you reasoning out in your hearts?
23
Which is easier, to say, 'Your sins are forgiven you,' or to say, 'Get up and walk'?
24
But in order for you to know that the Son of man has authority on the earth to forgive sins, he said to the [one] having been paralyzed: I say to you, Get up and pick up your little-bed and be going to your house.
25
And instantly he rose up before [enwpion] them, picked up what he used to lie on [his broken water baptism] and went off to his house, glorifying God.
26
Then ecstasy seized all, and they were glorifying the God, and they became-filled [pimplhmi] [aorist passive - not a participle] of fear [genitive indirect object], saying that: We have seen strange [things] today! (Luke 5).

Tiles (1), Males (1), Roof (2), Scribes (3), Pharisees (2), Law-teachers (1), Earth (3), Bed (3), Little-bed (2), House (6).

Designations: 
Jesus 6x, Son of man 3x (Jesus, non adamic Jesus - 1NC reserves, non adamic Zoarites and Laodiceans)
Child 2x, Man 2x  
Stretcher 4x, Bed 3x, little-bed 2x

We see in U8 that a Son of Man is merely a non adamic person. All non adamics are actually sons of pre-fall Adam. They are what they would have been had Adam never sinned for God is one who fixes our mistakes through sacrifice. Jesus was the non adamic son of non adamic David, and of non adamic Abraham, and of pre fall Adam. And those 3 ancestors of his were all alive on Eden2 during his entire ministry - see U54. The Son of man can refer to all non adamics as a group, the entirety of the 'son' of Adam.

The 1st word symbolic meaning - The restoration of those with broken baptisms

1 So boarding a boat he proceeded across and went to his own city
2 And, look! they were bringing him a paralysed/loosed-beside [one] [unable to stand or walk] lying on a bed (klinh) [lost his 1AC baptism, a longer wait for a resurrection than an ICC baptism]. On seeing their faith Jesus said to the paralysed/loosed-beside [one]: Take courage, child [of Abraham], your sins are forgiven [you are re-baptised into the 1AC].
3 And, look! Certain ones of the scribes said to themselves: This [one] is blaspheming.
4 And Jesus, knowing their thoughts, said: Why are you thinking wicked things in your hearts?
5 For instance, which is easier, to say, Your sins are forgiven [1AC re-baptism], or to say, Get up [to be tested for the 1AC again. OK you stumbled. Well try again] and walk [be spirit baptised into the JAC]? [a binary question. Literally the former. Symbolically the latter].
6 However, in order for you to know that the Son of man [any non adamic 1NC reserve] has authority upon earth [genitive - in the congregation] to forgive sins [not necessarily in the congregation i.e. anywhere on the planet], then he said to the paralysed/loosed-beside [one]: Get up, pick up your bed (klinh) [to be tested for the 1AC after having stumbled. Reprise you 1AC baptism], and go to your home [Laodicea or the autonomous congregation of Zoar?].
7 And he got up and went off to his home [But did not pick up his bed].
8 At the sight of this the crowds were struck with fear, and they glorified God, the [one] having given such [toiauthn] authority to men (anqrwpoij) (Matthew 9).

1 However, after some days he again entered into Capernaum and he was reported to be at home.
2 Consequently many gathered, so much so that there was no more room, not even about the door, and he began to speak the word to them.
3 And they came bringing him a paralysed/loosed-beside [one] [Disfellowshipped saints] carried under/ by 4 [ones] [Tetramenos of John4 for the saints from 2019Tammuz14 to 2019Heshvan14].
4
But not being able to bring [him] near to him on account of the crowd, they removed the roof over where he was, and having dug an opening they lowered the stretcher (krabattoj) on which the paralysed/loosed-beside [one] was lying [suspended spirit baptism - heavenly resurrection].
5
And when Jesus saw their faith he said to the paralysed/loosed-beside [one]: Child [of Jacob, a saint], your sins are forgiven [you are re-baptised into the 1AC].
6
Now there were some of the scribes there, sitting and reasoning in their hearts:
7
Why is this [one] talking in this manner? He is blaspheming. Who can forgive sins except one, God? [There is a binary question. Apparently any 'The  Son of the Man' can do it. Any non adamic person,-* a son of pre fall Adam. That would be all of Zoar and the re-appointed Laodicea]
8
But Jesus, having discerned immediately by his spirit that they were reasoning that way in themselves, said to them: Why are you reasoning these things in your hearts?
9
Which is easier, to say to the paralysed/loosed-beside [one], 'Your sins are forgiven,' or to say, 'Get up and pick up your stretcher and walk'? [gird your loins for a spirit baptism test. Your stretcher is your 5 hours in the gats of Hades between expiration and resurrection]  
10
But in order for you to know that the Son of man [any non adamic 1NC reserve] has authority to forgive sins upon the earth [all over the planet], he said to the paralysed/loosed-beside [one]:
11
I say to  you, Get up, pick up your stretcher [continue with your spirit baptism test], and go to your home [return to the church that evicted you].
12 At that he did get up, and immediately picked up his stretcher and walked out [therefore was a saint] in front of them all [became non adamic Abrahamic - through a gene zap and walked out. So he was a saint. But he did not go to his home there and then. The spirit baptism test can occur outside the true church. But the saint must rejoin the true church and be water baptised in order to be sealed], so that they were all simply carried away, and they glorified the God, saying: We never saw the like of it (Mark 2).

17 In the course of one of the days he was teaching, and Pharisees and teachers of the law who had come out of every village of Galilee and Judea and Jerusalem were sitting there; and [the] power of [the] Lord was there for him to do healing.
18 And, look! Males (andrej) carrying on a bed (klinh) [broken water baptism] a man who was [one] having been paralysed/loosed-beside [Disfellowshipped from a true church], and they were seeking a way to bring him in and place him before him.
19 So, not finding any-kind-of [way] to bring him in due to the crowd, having climbed up on the roof [dwma] [the descended 3rd Holy Spirit], they let him down, together with the little-bed [klinidiw], through the tiles [literally potter's clay] into the midst [of the place] in front of [emprosqen] Jesus.
20 And when he saw their faith he said: Man [Having been registered into the army. Having been in a true church], your sins are forgiven you.
21 Thereupon the scribes and the Pharisees started to reason, saying: Who is this [one] that is speaking blasphemies? Who can forgive sins except the God alone? [There is a binary question. Apparently any 'The Son of the Man' can do it. Any non adamic person. Isaaic for Isaaic and Abrahamc for Abrahamic]
22 But Jesus, discerning their reasonings, said in answer to them: What are you reasoning out in your hearts?
23 Which is easier, to say, 'Your sins are forgiven you,' or to say, 'Get up and walk'?
24 But in order for you to know that the Son of man [any non adamic 1NC reserve] has authority on the earth to forgive sins [not just in the congregation, all over the planet] he said to the [one] having been paralysed/loosed-beside: I say to you, Get up [you have my authority to get rebaptised into the ICC] and pick up your little bed (klinidion) [be sealed in the flesh, get a resurrection, little bed, because not dead for long] and be on your way home [back to the church from which you were evicted].
25 And instantly he rose up before them, picked up what he used to lie on and went off to his home, glorifying God [But not in that order. He went back to his church was rebaptised into the ICC and sealed into the CBC].
26 Then an ecstasy seized one and all, and they began to glorify God, and they became filled with fear, saying: We have seen strange things today! (Luke 5).

By the parallel account principle, all three accounts are 3 separate fulfilments which make a complete picture when put together. 

Pick up your bed means have a resurrection on earth, a completed water baptism. Pick up your little bed means have a completed water baptism, with only a small death period, if you die at all, you will not be dead for long!! Pick up your stretcher means, have a non adamic gene zap resurrection. Being water baptised into a second true church in a presence gives you the righteous decree in the flesh.

Your sins are forgiven is the baptism into the 1AC
Get up is what you do after you have stumbled. So it is gird you loins to be tested for salvation again
Pick up your bed is be rebaptised so as to carry your resurrection with effort through your testing. Do not drop it again!
Walk is the baptism into the JAC, Since saints are deemed to walk without stumbling by God (live without sinning).

Two big things are happening in these accounts. 

1. A disfellowshipped man is finding another way back into the church from which he was dismissed (his home). Not through the door, but through the roof, which is the 3rd Holy Spirit (in Mark and Luke) and through Jesus (the 1NC reserves in Laodicea or autonomous Zoar) in Matthew..
2. The Son of Man has authority to forgive sins on earth. But The Son of the Man (literal translation) was the only non adamic son of pre fall Adam around at the time Jesus used that phrase (after John the baptist had been beheaded). So today any non adamic brother is a Son of the Man. So any non adamic brother can forgive sins and place a person into the 1AC. This indeed is how the parable of the sheep and the goats of Matthew25 works. If you show love or show faith to one of the least of Jesus' brothers (a non adamic son of the 1AC). Then that brother can forgive your sins and put you into the 1AC - because he is non adamic as Jesus was and is in the 3rd presence!!!! But the 1AC baptiser must be in a true church in order to be able to baptise. Disfellowshipped non adamics cannot baptise. They have no true priesthood. For more on the sheep and the goats please see U902.

All sons of the 1AC who are baptised during the kingdom into that covenant become non adamic Abrahamic. If they fail the baptism test then they cannot go to Hades. So they go to Gehenna.

Is there a date when all the 1ACs who were baptised before the Kingdom become non adamic? Perhaps that date is the end of the Kingdom 1AC baptism on 2019Chislev11? They must be non adamic before the flood starts which only kills Adam, not Abraham. 

The 2nd word symbolic meaning - Any non adamic man (Laodicean or Zoarite) male and over 20 by Hebrew reckoning using Zoar secular Tammuz1 years. So born before 1989Tammuz1 - before sunset on Tuesday 1989June6) can baptise anybody whom demonstrates an unsolicited act of charitable love or faith in God into the 1AC

1 So boarding a boat he proceeded across and went to his own city
2 And, look! they were bringing him a paralysed/loosed-beside [one] [unable to get up and take a baptism test] lying on a bed (klinh) [the resurrection of the unrighteous! It is a bed - a resurrection]. On seeing their faith Jesus said to the paralysed/loosed-beside [one]: Take courage, child [of Abraham], your sins are forgiven [you are baptised into the 1AC].
3 And, look! Certain ones of the scribes said to themselves: This [one] is blaspheming.
4 And Jesus, knowing their thoughts, said: Why are you thinking wicked things in your hearts?
5 For instance, which is easier, to say, Your sins are forgiven [1AC re-baptism], or to say, Get up [to be tested for the 1AC again. OK you stumbled. Well try again] and walk [be spirit baptised into the JAC]? [a binary question. Literally the former. Symbolically the latter].
6 However, in order for you to know that the Son of man [any non adamic man at all] has authority up on earth [the planet] to forgive sins [of any one showing love or faith - this is the sheep and the goats test of Matthew25], then he said to the paralysed/loosed-beside [one]: Get up, pick up your bed (klinh) [to be tested for the 1AC after having stumbled. Pick up the resurrection, the bed, associated with your 1AC baptism - do not drop it], and go to your home [Laodicea or the autonomous congregation of Zoar].
7 And he got up and went off to his home [But did not pick up his bed until he got there!].
8 At the sight of this the crowds were struck with fear, and they glorified God, the [one] having given such [toiauthn] authority to men (anqrwpoij) (Matthew 9).