Mark 10:46

Overview - Mark 10
Christ disputes with the Pharisees touching divorcement:
13 blesses the children that are brought unto him;
17 resolves a rich man how he may inherit life everlasting;
23 tells his disciples of the danger of riches;
28 promises rewards to them that forsake any thing for the gospel;
32 foretells his death and resurrection;
35 bids the two ambitious suitors to think rather of suffering with him;
46 and restores to Bartimaeus his sight.
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Mark 10:46  (King James Version)
And they came to Jericho: and as he went out of Jericho with his disciples and a great number of people, blind Bartimaeus, the son of Timaeus, sat by the highway side begging.

they came
Matthew 20:29-34 ; Luke 18:35-43

as he went
Luke says that this took place "as he was come nigh unto Jericho," and afterwards records an event which took place in that city. But the words [en to engizo autou eis lericho,] may be rendered, "When he was nigh Jericho," which is equally true of him who is gone a little way from it, as of him who is come near it; and as it is probable that Jesus stayed some days in the neighbourhood, this might occur as he went out of the city during that time, and he might afterwards re-enter it.

Luke 16:20 Luke 16:22 ; John 9:8 ; Acts 3:2 Acts 3:3