Storm at the Sea of Galilee

 

On Ash Wednesday I went to Capernaum. In the video you see the dock of this town of fishermen, home of the Apostles John, James and Matthew (Peter and Andrew, as probably Philip, had also moved there from their earlier home of Bethsaida). Jesus, at the beginning of his public ministry, moved from Nazareth into Peter’s home in Capernaum, where so many episodes reported in the Gospels took place.

 

 Today you can visit the ruins of this ancient Jewish city, the Synagogue where our Lord preached and a Church built on the house of Peter, where Jesus was living. The present-day pier on which I walk is built on top of the authentic pier of Jesus’ time, which forms its foundation.
Such a storm was certainly enough to get the boats of the time into trouble, as evidenced by the Gospels which tell of the famous storms on the lake, miraculously calmed by Jesus.
I hope the shower was good for my cleansing and even if it wasn’t I had a lot of fun!!! 

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  • Hagen

    et ascendente eo in navicula secuti sunt eum discipuli ejus

    24 et ecce motus magnus factus est in mari ita ut navicula operiretur fluctibus ipse vero dormiebat

    25 et accesserunt et suscitaverunt eum dicentes Domine salva nos perimus

    26 et dicit eis quid timidi estis modicæ fidei tunc surgens imperavit ventis et mari et facta est tranquillitas magna