'Discussing' in the Bible
So they were discussing [this] among themselves, saying, "[It is] because we did not take bread."
Aware of this, Jesus said, “You of little faith! Why are you discussing among yourselves that you do not have bread?
They began discussing this among themselves: "If we say, "From heaven,' he will ask us, "Then why didn't you believe him?' But if we say, "From humans,' we are afraid of the crowd, because everyone regards John as a prophet."
So many people gathered together that there was no longer room [for them], not even near the door; and Jesus was discussing with them the word [of God].
They were discussing among themselves that they did not have any bread.
Aware of this, He said to them, “Why are you discussing that you do not have any bread? Don’t you understand or comprehend? Is your heart hardened?
They kept this word to themselves, discussing what “rising from the dead” meant.
And He asked them, “What are you discussing with them?”
They came to Capernaum; and when He was in the house, He began to question them, “What were you discussing on the way?”
They began discussing this among themselves. "If we say, "From heaven,' he'll say, "Then why didn't you believe him?'
And amazement came upon them all, and they began talking with one another saying, “What is this message? For with authority and power He commands the unclean spirits and they come out.”
They, however, were filled with rage and started discussing with one another what they might do to Jesus.
They had a glorified appearance, and were discussing Jesus' departure that he would shortly bring about in Jerusalem.
And while they were discussing and arguing, Jesus Himself came near and began to walk along with them.
He asked them, "What are you discussing with each other as you're walking along?" They stood still and looked gloomy.
Jesus knew that they wanted to ask him a question, so he asked them, "Are you discussing among yourselves what I meant when I said, "In a little while you will no longer see me, then in a little while you will see me again'?
So he was discussing in the synagogue with the Jews and the God-fearing [Gentiles], and in the marketplace every day with those who happened to be there.
So he entered into the synagogue [and] was speaking boldly for three months, discussing and attempting to convince [them] concerning the kingdom of God.
But as he was discussing righteousness, self-control and the judgment to come, Felix became frightened and said, “Go away for the present, and when I find time I will summon you.”