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What places did Jesus travel?
The Gospels claim that Jesus visited numerous sites across modern-day Israel, Palestine, Egypt and Lebanon.
Where did Jesus do his public ministry?
The gospel accounts place the beginning of Jesus’ ministry in the countryside of Roman Judea, near the River Jordan.
How long did Jesus preach for?
Hence, scholars estimate that Jesus began preaching and gathering followers around AD 28–29. According to the three synoptic gospels Jesus continued preaching for at least one year, and according to John the Evangelist for three years.
Where did Jesus travel to in the Bible?
Jesus traveled to the region of Magadan, near the Sea of Galilee, shortly after performing miracles of healing and then feeding 4,000 people when the Apostles only had a few loaves of breed and fish. Matthew 15:29-39.
Where did Jesus grow up and where did he go?
We know that Jesus grew up in Nazareth in Galilee and that He walked everywhere He went but no one knows but God exactly how many miles Jesus walked during His earthly ministry. Neither can we know with precision every place He went during this time but some theorize that Jesus went to other places around the world.
Where did Jesus go when he was resurrected?
Below is a partial listing of places that Jesus visited during his ministry. The places are listed in alphabetical order. After Jesus was resurrected, he ascended into heaven somewhere near Bethany ( Luke 24:50-51 ). This also is the town in which Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead ( John 11:1-44 ). (View on map)
Where did Jesus take refuge in the Bible?
Jesus takes refuge in a quiet town called Ephraim, (John 11:54), and stayed their for a while with his disciples. John 11:1-57. (View on map) Gennesaret was the place where Jesus and his apostles visited after he had miraculously walked on water.