|Overview - Matthew 14|
|1||Herod's opinion of Christ.|
|3||Wherefore John Baptist was beheaded.|
|13||Jesus departs into a desert place,|
|15||where he feeds five thousand men with five loves and two fishes.|
|22||He walks on the sea to his disciples;|
|34||and landing at Gennesaret, heals the sick by the touch of the hem of his garment.|
Matthew 14:25 (King James Version)
And in the fourth watch of the night Jesus went unto them, walking on the sea.
- the fourth watch
- The Jews at this time divided the night into four watches; the first was from six o'clock in the evening till nine, the second from nine to twelve, the third from twelve till three, and the fourth from three till six; so that it probably began to be daylight before our Lord came to his disciples.
- 24:43 Luke 12:38
- This suspension of the laws of gravitation was a proper manifestation of omnipotence.
- Job 9:8 ; Psalms 93:3 Psalms 93:4 ; 104:3 Mark 6:48 ; John 6:19 ; Revelation 10:2 Revelation 10:5 Revelation 10:8