Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
But Jesus withdrew himself with his disciples to the sea: and a great multitude from Galilee followed him, and from Judaea,
Whenever they persecute you in one town, escape to the next; for I solemnly tell you that you will not have gone the round of all the towns of Israel before the Son of Man comes.
Aware of this, Jesus departed elsewhere; and a great number of people followed Him, all of whom He cured.
About that time He went out on one occasion into the hill country to pray; and He remained all night in prayer to God.
This made them once more try to arrest Him, but He withdrew out of their power.
So from that day forward they planned and schemed in order to put Him to death.
And when a hostile movement was made by both Gentiles and Jews, with the sanction of their magistrates, to maltreat and stone them,
The brethren at once sent Paul and Silas away by night to Beroea, and they, on their arrival, went to the synagogue of the Jews.
And great crowds followed Him, coming from Galilee, from the Ten Towns, from Jerusalem, and from beyond the district on the other side of the Jordan.
With these He came down till He reached a level place, where there was a great crowd of His disciples, and a multitude of people from every part of Judaea, from Jerusalem, and from the sea-side district of Tyre and Sidon, who came to hear Him and to be cured of their diseases;
And He went through all Galilee, preaching in the synagogues and expelling the demons.
But they violently insisted. "He stirs up the people," they said, "throughout all Judaea with His teaching--even from Galilee (where He first started)
Others said, "He is the Christ." But others again, "Not so, for is the Christ to come from Galilee?
Then they scoured the whole district, and began to bring Him the sick on their mats wherever they heard He was.