2 Christ, after his cousins were gone up to the feast of Tabernacles, 10 goeth thither privily. 12 The people’s sundry opinions of him. 14 He teacheth in the Temple. 32 The Priests command to take him. 41 Strife among the multitude about him, 47 and between the Pharisees and the officers that were sent to take him, 50 and Nicodemus.

After these things, Jesus walked in Galilee, and would not walk in Judea: for the Jews sought to kill him.

Now the Jews’ (A)[a]feast of the Tabernacles was at hand.

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Footnotes

  1. John 7:2 This feast was so called, because of the booths and tents which they pight of divers kinds of boughs, and sat under them seven days together; all which time the feast lasted.

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