Greek4262. probatikos -- of sheep ... sheep market
. From probaton; relating to sheep
, ie (a gate) through which they
were led into Jerusalem -- sheep
). see GREEK probaton. ... //strongsnumbers.com/greek2/4262.htm - 6k
Sabbath Cure at Bethesda.
... The pool at the sheep-gate or sheep-market is commonly identified with the Fountain
of the Virgin, which still supplies a bath known as Hammam esh Shefa, the ...
/.../xii sabbath cure at bethesda.htm
The Third Miracle in John's Gospel
... does not matter much to us for our present purpose which Feast it was on which Jesus
went up to Jerusalem, nor whether the pool was by the sheep-market or by ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture i/the third miracle in johns.htm
At the Unknown' Feast in Jerusalem, and by the Pool of Bethesda.
... All we know is, that it was a pool enclosed within five porches, by the sheep-market,
presumably close to the Sheep-Gate.'  This, as seems most likely ...
/.../the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter xii at the unknown.htm
Bethesda and the Sanhedrin
... [This chapter is based on John 5..] "Now there is at Jerusalem by the sheep market
a pool, which is called in the Hebrew tongue Bethesda, having five porches. ...
/.../christianbookshelf.org/white/the desire of ages/chapter 21 bethesda and the.htm
Jesus Attends the First Passover of his Ministry.
... court that the markets described in this section were held] Those that sold oxen
and sheep and doves, and the changers of money sitting [This market in the ...
/.../mcgarvey/the four-fold gospel/xxiv jesus attends the first.htm
The Girdle of the City. Nehemiah 3
... the 'Fish-gate,' because fish were carried into the city through it: I rather, because
it was the 'fish-market': as the Sheep-gate was the market for sheep. ...
/.../lightfoot/from the talmud and hebraica/chapter 26 the girdle of.htm
... There are many sheep without it ... We often hear of men who had caught up some stray
word in a Bengali market-place, or received a tract by the roadside from some ...
/.../christianbookshelf.org/maclaren/expositions of holy scripture i/other sheep.htm
The Sheep and their Shepherd
... follow." You will go to-morrow, many of you, out into the world, some to the Exchange,
others to the market, and others ... Christ's sheep hear his voice obediently ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 17 1871/the sheep and their shepherd.htm
The Fifth Day in Passion-Week - Make Ready the Passover!'
... purchase, we perceive not only on what pretext he may have gone to Jerusalem on
the previous afternoon, but also how, on his way from the Sheep-market to the ...
/.../edersheim/the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter ix the fifth day.htm
The Cleansing of the Temple.
... a scourge of cords, and cast all out of the temple, both the sheep and the ... facts
enough are on record to justify our Lord calling this particular market "a den ...
/.../the expositors bible the gospel of st john vol i/vi the cleansing of the.htm
International Standard Bible EncyclopediaSheep Market
(John 5:2, the Revised Version (British and American) "sheep gate"): The Greek (he probatike) means simply something that pertains to sheep.
See BETHESDA; SHEEP GATE.
ATS Bible DictionarySheep Market
John 5:2. The original might with at least equal propriety be rendered sheep gate; and a gate so called is mentioned in Nehemiah 3:1 32; 12:39. It was adjacent to the temple, and was so named from the number of sheep introduced through it for the temple service. Dr. Barclay thinks the "sheep market" was an enclosure for sheep and other animals designed for sacrifice, outside the temple area on the east.
Sheep Gate: An Ancient Gate of Jerusalem
Sheep Market of Jerusalem
Sheep of Backsliders
Sheep of Lost Sinners
Sheep of the Defenselessness of Servants of God (Greek: Diakonoi)
Sheep of the Jews
Sheep of the People of Christ
Sheep of the Righteous
Sheep of the Wicked in Their Death
Sheep of Those Under God's Judgment
Sheep were Frequently: Cut off by Disease
Sheep were Frequently: Destroyed by Wild Beasts
Sheep were Frequently: Given As Presents
Sheep were Frequently: Given As Tribute
Sheep were Frequently: Taken in Great Numbers in War
Sheep: (In Patience and Simplicity) of Patience, of Christ
Sheep: (In Proneness to Wander) of Those Who Depart from God
Sheep: (Lost) of the Unregenerate
Sheep: (Separation from the Goats) the Separation of Saints
Sheep: (When Found) Restored Sinners
Sheep: Also: Bozrah
Sheep: Also: Jacob's Management of
Sheep: Also: Kedar
Sheep: Also: Nebaioth
Sheep: Also: Sharon
Sheep: Being Covered With a Fleece
Sheep: Bleating of, Alluded To
Sheep: Clean and Used As Food
Sheep: Constituted a Great Part of Patriarchal Wealth
Sheep: False Prophets Assume the Simple Appearance
Sheep: Feasting at the Time of Shearing
Sheep: Females of, Called Ewes
Sheep: First Wool of, Given to the Priests
Sheep: Firstlings of, Could not be Dedicated As a Free-Will offering
Sheep: Firstlings of, not to be Redeemed
Sheep: Firstlings of, not to be Shorn
Sheep: Flesh of, Extensively Used As Food
Sheep: Flocks of Attended by Members of the Family
Sheep: Flocks of Attended by Servants
Sheep: Flocks of Conducted to the Richest Pastures
Sheep: Flocks of Fed in the Valleys
Sheep: Flocks of Fed on the Mountains
Sheep: Flocks of Fled from Strangers
Sheep: Flocks of Followed the Shepherd
Sheep: Flocks of Frequently Covered the Pastures
Sheep: Flocks of Guarded by Dogs
Sheep: Flocks of Kept in Folds or Cotes
Sheep: Flocks of Made to Rest at Noon
Sheep: Flocks of Watered Every Day
Sheep: Males of Called Rams
Sheep: Milk of, Used As Food
Sheep: Milk of, Used for Food
Sheep: Offered in Sacrifice by Abel
Sheep: Offered in Sacrifice by Abraham
Sheep: Offered in Sacrifice by Noah
Sheep: Offered in Sacrifice from the Earliest Age
Sheep: Offered in Sacrifice Under the Law
Sheep: Parable of the Lost
Sheep: Places Celebrated For: Bashan
Sheep: Places Celebrated For: Bozrah
Sheep: Places Celebrated For: Kedar
Sheep: Places Celebrated For: Nebaioth
Sheep: Remarkably Prolific
Sheep: Shearing of
Sheep: Skins of, Made Into a Covering for the Tabernacle
Sheep: Skins of, Worn As Clothing by the Poor
Sheep: The First Fleece of, Belonged to the Priests and the Levites
Sheep: The Land of Bashan Adapted to the Raising of
Sheep: Time of Shearing, a Time of Rejoicing
Sheep: Tithe of, Given to the Levites
Sheep: Tribute (Taxes) Paid In
Sheep: Under Man's Care from the Earliest Age
Sheep: Washed and Shorn Every Year
Sheep: Wool of, Made Into Clothing
Sheep: Young of, Called Lambs
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