Whose House – Capernaum Part Four

There is no clear path pointing to whose house Jesus visited when He entered Capernaum. During His life here on earth, “according to the pattern” (Acts 7:44), I believe there can be only one.

Synagogue in Capernaum

“And He said to them, ‘Why were you looking for Me? Did you not know that I must be in My Father’s house.” (Luke 2:49 ESV)

Pilgrim traveler writing in his journal while resting in the Capernaum Synagogue

“Then they went into Capernaum, and immediately on the Sabbath He entered the synagogue and taught.” (Mark 1:21 NKJV)

Photo captured in February 2011

Photos captured by denisebalog 2011 – 2014©

Author: DeniseBalog

Author and Photographer who enjoys writing about Jesus and sharing photographs to illuminate His beauty.

13 thoughts on “Whose House – Capernaum Part Four”

  1. Denise, I follow you but have to admit awhile has gone by since I visited.
    This photo of you is very nice and shows your joyful countenance. Thanks for sticking with my blog and liking my comment on Natalie’s. 🕊💫

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    1. Why thank you:) I too, was gone from WP since early July and am embracing returning again. Thank you for your very encouraging comment and kind words. May God bless you abundantly!


    1. Wow! That is wonderful you were lead to make the trip. Yes, going changed my life and how I read and “see” the Scriptures. Thank you for joining me on this mini one to Capernaum. Jump in any time!! There is plenty of room and freedom to share!! Blessings, denise


  2. It’s interesting to think that Jesus chose Capernaum. Often the place we choose to live says more about us than the place where we were born. In Nazareth he was rejected when he first spoke in his own synagogue. Thanks for the beautiful photos

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    1. You are welcome Pastor Pete. I never considered before your statement, “the place we choose to live says more about us than the place where we were born.” So true when one ponders it. Thank you:)


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