Go home to your friends and tell them how much the Lord has done for you, and how he has had mercy on you.'"
Here Jesus performs the miracle of casting away demons from a man. There are two perceptions to this passage, 1) From the possessed man's point of view, and 2) the by stander's point of view. For the man, he experienced the miracle that Jesus displayed, and was full of joy after he was no longer possessed by the unclean spirits, and was now able to see his friends and family. There was also the view of the bystanders, they saw Jesus rid the spirits and cast them into the nearby pigs, they were all struck with fear and then cast Jesus out of their land. The two views represent our relationships with God, either we dive into his word and live out his truths, or we walk away from what he tells us to do, and we no longer know who he is and we become the bystanders scared of the life God wants us to live.