Again into Capernaum after some days (palin ei Kaparnaoum di hmerwn). After the first tour of Galilee when Jesus is back in the city which is now the headquarters for the work in Galilee. The phrase di hmerwn means days coming in between (dia, duo, two) the departure and return. In the house (en oikwi). More exactly, at home, in the home of Peter, now the home of Jesus. Another picture directly from Peter's discourse. Some of the manuscripts have here ei oikon, illustrating the practical identity in meaning of en and ei (Robertson, Grammar, pp. 591-6). It was noised (hkousqh). It was heard (first aorist, passive indicative from akouw, to hear). People spread the rumour, "He is at home, he is indoors."