The Sojourn at Tyre and Sidon
ON FRIDAY afternoon, June 10, Jesus and his associates arrived in the environs of Sidon, where they stopped at the home of a well-to-do woman who had been a patient in the Bethsaida hospital during the times when Jesus was at the height of his popular favor. The evangelists and the apostles were lodged with her friends in the immediate neighborhood, and they rested over the Sabbath day amid these refreshing surroundings. They spent almost two and one-half weeks in Sidon and vicinity before they prepared to visit the coast cities to the north.
This June Sabbath day was one of great quiet. The evangelists and apostles were altogether absorbed in their meditations regarding the discourses of the Master on religion to which they had listened en route to Sidon. They were all able to appreciate something of what he had told them, but none of them fully grasped the import of his teaching.
--Presented by the Midwayer Commission, from the Urantia Papers.
The Syrian Woman
There lived near the home of Karuska, where the Master lodged, a Syrian woman who had heard much of Jesus as a great healer and teacher...
Teaching in Sidon
In entering Sidon, Jesus and his associates passed over a bridge, the first one many of them had ever seen.
The Journey up the Coast
On Tuesday, June 28, the Master and his associates left Sidon, going up the coast to Porphyreon and Heldua.
From July 11 to July 24 they taught in Tyre.
Jesus' Teaching at Tyre
On this Wednesday afternoon, in the course of his address, Jesus first told his followers the story of the white lily...
The Return from Phoenicia
About noon on Sunday, July 24, Jesus and the twelve left the home of Joseph, south of Tyre, going down the coast to Ptolemais.
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