John 6:23

Overview - John 6
Christ feeds five thousand men with five loaves and two fishes.
15 Thereupon the people would have made him king;
16 but withdrawing himself, he walks on the sea to his disciples;
26 reproves the people flocking after him, and all the fleshly hearers of his word;
32 declares himself to be the bread of life to believers.
66 Many disciples depart from him.
68 Peter confesses him.
70 Judas is a devil.
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John 6:23  (King James Version)
(Howbeit there came other boats from Tiberias nigh unto the place where they did eat bread, after that the Lord had given thanks:)


Tiberias was a celebrated city of Galilee, on the western shore of the lake to which it gave name, so called because built by Herod Agrippa in honour of the emperor Tiberius; distant 30 ; furlongs from Hippos, 60 ; from Gadara, 120 ; from Scythopolis, and 30 ; from Tarichea. It is still called Tabaria, or Tabbareeah, by the natives, is situated close to the edge of the lake, has tolerably high but ill-built walls on three of its sides, flanked with circular towers, and is of nearly a quadrangular form, according to Pococke, containing a population estimated at from John 6:2 John 6:000 ; to John 6:4 John 6:000 ; souls.
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