Capernaum

Thank you Wally Fry of Truth in Palmyra for sharing your link with me! I loved what you shared about Jesus being familiar enough in Peter’s home to “go into the women’s quarters.” I did not know this. So much to learn, and makes reading the Bible come alive! Thank you for sharing your journey to the Promise Land.

Truth in Palmyra

Capernaum was “home” for Jesus for a good bit of his ministry here on this earth. Many think he more or less lived there for a period of 18 months, and it seems likely that he used Peter’s House as a home base. Capernaum was a fishing village and was likely where Peter and Andrew lived, as well as John and James.

The Synagogue is Caperaum is fascinating. It is actually TWO of them one on top of the other. The one folks can see clearly today is the one built after the Temple period. The 1st century one, where Jesus would have preached and taught, is actually under the old one.

Here is some homework by the way. What were the key differences between the Synagogue system during the Temple period, and how they were used in the post Temple period? It’s pretty fascinating history actually, and explains many…

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Author: DeniseBalog

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

5 thoughts on “Capernaum”

  1. I liked that Wally shared a hallowed place which had another newer one built over the top of it. I have sometimes read sections of the Bible more than others so I appreciate Godly students who share their learning. So valuable to know more, makes Jesus’ life more real. 🙏 thank you!

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    1. Thank you for reading and your kind comments. When I step inside the Bible story, sitting right here in my comfort spot at home, the Bible comes alive and my spirit feels like I am right there in the story. We are so blessed to have the Holy Spirit Who brings all things to remembrance. He is the same yesterday, and today and I love when He opens up an reveals the Door:) Blessings neighbor! Thanks again for stopping by.

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