|Overview - John 7|
|1||Jesus reproves the ambition and boldness of his kinsmen;|
|10||goes up from Galilee to the feast of tabernacles;|
|14||teaches in the temple.|
|40||Divers opinions of him among the people.|
|45||The Pharisees are angry that their officers took him not, and chide with Nicodemus for taking his part.|
John 7:1 (King James Version)
After these things Jesus walked in Galilee: for he would not walk in Jewry, because the Jews sought to kill him.
- M. 4037. A.D. 33. walked.
- John 4:3 John 4:54 John 10:39 John 10:40 11:54 Luke 13:31-33 ; Acts 10:38
- Jewry, or Judea, as distinguished from Galilee and Samaria, contained the tribes of Judah, Benjamin, Simeon, and Dan, being bounded on the north by the village Annach or Dorceus, on the borders of Samaria; on the south by a village called Jarda in Arabia; and extending in breadth from the river Jordan to Joppa and the Mediterranean, having Jerusalem in its centre.
- John 7:19 John 7:25 ; 5:16-18 Matthew 10:23 ; 21:38