Jesus celebrates the Feast of Tabernacles, which is celebrated at the end of September and the beginning of October. It is a festival of thanksgiving for the harvest. This festival also is thanksgiving
Starting in verse 41, we continue to see Jesus speaking about Himself as the bread of life. He speaks of eating His flesh and drinking His blood – well, you can imagine the response. A man seems to
The next day the people came looking for him, noticing there was only one boat and Jesus had not gotten on it. They asked when he got to the other side, obviously perplexed about it. However, the
When Jesus fed the multitude, which if women and children were present would be over twenty thousand people, He gave thanks for the food He had. We also should be thankful for what is in our hand, and
Jesus is continuing a conversation to religious Jews about the relationship between the Father and Himself, the Son. In verses 38-39, Jesus speaks about their study of Scripture, but how they have
The Jews went to Jerusalem for a feast. We are not sure which feast it was.
There were two parts to the pool of Bethesda, located outside the temple, now known as the double pool at the Church of