Jesus Heals on the Sabbath (John 5) Bible Commentary / Produced by TOW Project The healing of the man at the pool of Bethsaida brings to the surface a controversy familiar from Matthew, Mark, and Luke: Jesus' penchant for healing on the Sabbath John 5 Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition (RSVCE) Jesus Heals on the Sabbath 5 After this there was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem John 5 New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) Jesus Heals on the Sabbath 5 After this there was a festival of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem John 5:1-9 New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) Jesus Heals on the Sabbath 5 After this there was a festival of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem
Jesus the Law Interpreter in John 5:1-9 Actually, this passage is not the only time in Jesus' life that he performs a miracle on the Sabbath. In fact, Jesus seems to make it a point to be a Sabbath breaker. Jesus frequently breaks traditional Sabbath laws by doing work, performing miracles, and more Luke 13:10-17 And He was teaching in one of the synagogues on the Sabbath. And there was a woman who for eighteen years had had a sickness caused by a spirit; and she was bent double, and could not straighten up at all. When Jesus saw her, He called her over and said to her, Woman, you are freed from your sickness.read more Jesus healed on the Sabbath in order to reveal the hypocrisy of the Pharisees' religion. In three passages where Jesus' healing led to a confrontation, Jesus references how the Jews worked on the Sabbath by taking care of their animals, and that work was sanctioned by the Pharisees Jesus responds to the religious leaders that if his Father, God, is working on the Sabbath, then Jesus, the Son, should likewise work on the Sabbath. Even though the Book of Genesis records that God rested on the seventh day, that rest has to do with the creation of the universe. God works to sustain the creation every day
Jesus' violations of Sabbath laws continue in this story of how he healed a man's hand in a synagogue. Why was Jesus in this synagogue on this day — to preach, to heal, or just as an average person attending worship services? There's no way to tell He taught in the synagogue with authority. 7. Jesus heals a lame man by the pool of Bethesda (Read: John 5:1-18) In Jerusalem. The man had been lame for 38 years. Jesus told the man to take up his bed and walk. The Jews saw this and questioned the man. The Jews began to persecute Jesus because he healed on the Sabbath Healed on the Sabbath. JOHN 9:13-16 13 They brought to the Pharisees him who had been blind. 14 Now it was a Sabbath when Jesus made the clay and opened his eyes. 15 Then the Pharisees also were asking him how he had received his sight. So he said to them, He put clay on my eyes, and I washed, and I see. 16 Then some of the Pharisees were. According to Luke 13:10-16, the Lord Jesus Christ is teaching in the synagogues on the Sabbath days. On one Sabbath, He heals a humpback Jewess. Verse 14 says that the ruler of synagogue is angry because Jesus has healed her on the Sabbath day
When Jesus healed on the Sabbath, He was not violating the law of God. By His actions, He demonstrated the true application of God's laws—rather than Pharisaic traditions—that it is lawful to do good on the Sabbath (Matthew 12:12). The law that Jesus violated was a man made rule that was itself against the principles of God's law One Sabbath Jesus heals the blind man. He was blind from birth. Jesus made clay, applied it to the man's eyes and told him to go and wash in the pool of Siloam. So he went away and washed, and came back seeing (John 9:6-7)
Jesus Heals On The Sabbath Again The next two verses give us the wonderful news that Jesus healed the woman. When Jesus saw her, He called her over and said to her, Woman, you are freed from your sickness. And He laid His hands on her; and immediately she was made erect again and began glorifying God . (At Feast-time at Jerusalem, probably the Passover.) d JOHN 5:1-47. d 1 After these things there was a feast of the Jews; and Jesus went up to Jerusalem
The truth is: the Sabbath is for our good (Mark 2:27). It is good for us to rest and it is even better for us to remember God. It is not wrong for us to help others and glorify God on the Sabbath. Many times as Jesus walked the earth, He did good things on the Sabbath. Jesus said it is right to do good on the Sabbath (Luke 6:9, John 7:23) . And this jives with John 7:22-24, where Jesus likens his healing to a Sabbath circumcision (which is obviously not a true OT Sabbath Law violation) In Luke 13:10-17, Jesus heals a woman on the Sabbath. Law/Gospel Theme: The church leaders who dealt with Jesus completely missed the Gospel, because they completely missed Christ! They were so focused on the letter of the law that they missed the Messiah. The law had particular rules about days and ways of doing things John 5:1-16 Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition (RSVCE) Jesus Heals on the Sabbath 5 After this there was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem
The Bible In Paintings 77: JESUS HEALS ON THE SABBATH c.2,200 BC - c.95 AD | by the Father, Son & Holy Spirit Posted on 07/14/2021 6:11:51 AM PDT by Hebrews 11: The Jews persecuted Jesus because he healed on the Sabbath. Jesus told them, My Father is always at his work, so I, too, am working. Then the Jews tried to kill Jesus for two reasons. First, Jesus was breaking the Sabbath law. Second, Jesus was calling God his own Father, making himself equal with God (Jn 5:16-18) Comment: This healing is one of seven performed on the Sabbath. Jesus' adversaries closely scrutinized Him on the Sabbath in hopes of trapping Him in a breach of the law. A person's Sabbath conduct was the Jewish religious leaders' litmus test of conformity
8 Jesus said to him, 9 Immediately the man was well, and he picked up his mat and walked. Now that day was the Sabbath. 10 The Jewish leaders said to the man who had been healed, It's the Sabbath; you aren't allowed to carry your mat.. 11 He answered, The man who made me well said to me, 'Pick up your mat and walk.' Jesus Heals a Lame Man at on the Sabbath - John 5:1-18 - Pastor Jason Fritz -Who is Jesus It appears that even Jesus did not generally heal on the Sabbath. Mark 1:32 describes how people would wait until after sunset to come to Jesus for healing, after the Sabbath had ended. But that day when Jesus encountered the woman who was crippled and bent over, her pitiable condition couldn't wait even a few hours Take, for example, the incident in John 5, when Jesus caused a man, who suffered from a 38-year-old ailment, to rise from his bed of confinement and walk. The fact that Jesus' action took place on the Sabbath drew the criticism of the Jews who promptly informed the man, It is the Sabbath; it is not lawful for you to carry your bed (vs. 10)
Jesus Heals a Lame Man on the Sabbath 1 After these things there was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 2 Now there is in Jerusalem by the sheep gate a pool, which is called in Hebrew Bethesda, having five porticoes. 33 You have sent to John, and he has testified to the truth And Jesus heals them all. Over three years have now passed since John baptized Jesus. And Jesus tells his apostles that soon he will go up to Jerusalem, where he will be killed, and then rise from the dead. In the meantime, Jesus keeps on healing the sick. One day Jesus is teaching on a Sabbath. The Sabbath is a day of rest for the Jews A casual reading of John 5:18 suggests that Jesus habitually broke the Sabbath (the imperfect e;luen denotes continuous action) and is so interpreted by a number of commentators.5 However, such an interpretation meets several objections. First, it does not fit the immediate context. In John 5:1-8 Jesus heals a paralytic and then tells him to. Because Jesus performed miracles of healing on the Sabbath, some Pharisees accused Him of breaking the Sabbath (Matthew 12:10; Mark 3:2, John 9:14-16). John records that Jesus performed a healing during one of the festivals in Jerusalem
Think back to the beginning of the Book of John until now. Jesus has already turned water into wine in John 2. He also healed the Roman Official's Son in John 4:40-54. And now he is being harassed for his apparent Sabbath breaking for healing this man at the Sheep Gate. All of these glorious things were to testify to something Both people Jesus heals are chronically ill: one for 38 years, the other blind from birth. He tells both to do something: Rise, take up your bed and walk , and Go, wash in the pool of Siloam . In both cases, the Pharisees accuse Him of Sabbath breaking (John 5:16, 18; 9:16, 24) 5 31 15 The Sabbath Healing at the Pool John 5:1-18. There are three other Passovers mentioned in John which would make Jesus' ministry between 2-3 years in length. If this was another Passover which Jesus attended, then the length of His ministry would be between 3-4 years
At Bethesda, Jesus healed the man who for 38 years was unable to walk. For this reason the Jews were persecuting Jesus, because He was doing these things on the Sabbath (John 5:16). Jesus healed the man who was blind from birth, after which the Pharisees concluded, This man is not from God, because He does not keep the Sabbath (John 9:1-41) As Lord of the Sabbath, Jesus healed a man who had been unable to walk for 38 years ( John 5:1-18). Jesus told the lame man to pick up his bed and walk. The Sabbath rule enforcers were waiting to pounce. Sabbath enforcers didn't care that a man who had been crippled for 38 years had been healed. Their focus on rules blinded them to Jesus. The leader in charge of the synagogue was very angry that Jesus had healed the woman on the Sabbath day. He told the crowd, There are six days of the week for working. Come on those days and be healed, but not on the Sabbath. Jesus answered the leader of the synagogue, You hypocrite! All of you work on the Sabbath
The aftermath of Jesus healing the lame man. Interestingly, John has withheld one important piece of information until this very point—namely, that the healing took place on a Sabbath. This is an indication of the deliberate manner in which the Fourth Evangelist has crafted his account In this study, and on still another Sabbath, Jesus heals a man born blind by restoring both his physical and Spiritual Sight. However, the Pharisees said, This man is not from God, for he does not keep the Sabbath. Jesus Heals a Man Born Blind. John 9:1-41. VERSE 1-3: As he passed by, he saw a man blind from birth As Lord of the Sabbath, Jesus healed a man who had been unable to walk for 38 years (John 5:1-18). Jesus told the lame man to pick up his bed and walk. The Sabbath rule enforcers were waiting to pounce. Sabbath enforcers didn't care that a man who had been crippled for 38 years had been healed. Their focus on rules blinded them to Jesus.
JESUS DEFENDS HEALING A WITHERED HANDON THE SABBATH. (Probably Galilee.) a MATT. 12:9-14; b MARK 3:1-6; c LUKE 6:6-11. a 9 And he departed thence. [The word here points to a journey as in xv 1:1 Matthew 11:1 and xv. 29 Matthew 29 , which are the only places where Matthew uses this expression. Greswell may be right in thinking that it indicates. Jesus Heals a Lame Man at the Pool of Bethesda Have Charity John 5. He must have been sitting there for years. His clothes were dirty, his expression was gloomy, and his eyes looked hopeless. He could not walk — not for the past 38 years. Jesus saw the lame man and knew he was not a new visitor A boy asks Jesus to tell them more about the kingdom. Jesus teaches in the synagogue that believers shouldn't fear. That God is pleased to give them the kin..
The Lord healing people on the Sabbath day was a reoccurring source of contention between Himself and the religious rulers. Judea (16) Crippled Woman Healed on Sabbath (Deut. 5:12-15) Luke 13:10-17 (Luke 13:10-14) And he was teaching in one of the synagogues on the sabbath. And, behold, there was a woman which had a spirit of infirmity eighteen. When Jesus heals on the Sabbath, He is saying the Messiah is here and the Kingdom is at hand. In the following context 5:19-25 we see realized eschatology and then in 26-30 future or final eschatology. III. APPLICATIONS; Jesus has the sovereign choice to deal with one out of a crowd Authority Must Be Earned - John 5:1-14. Posted by adaffodil in Thoughts about Christianity. Tagged: authority, Bible Study, Christianity, God is not arbitrary, God is sovereign, human traditions have no power, Jesus heals, Jesus heals on the Sabbath, Jesus is God, John 5. Leave a commen Jesus Heals a Lame Man on the Sabbath Jesus Heals the Lame Man At Bethesada John 5:1-18. It must be pointed out that all of the healing miracles of Jesus do not fit into a neat pattern. In the last miracle we examined (Luke 5:18-26), the friends of an invalid broke through a roof to let him down into the presence of Jesus
by Martin G. Collins Forerunner, Bible Study, March-April 2013. The miracle of healing recorded in John 9 displays Jesus Christ giving sight to the blind. Healing is a work of the God of the Old Testament, as seen in Psalm 146:8, The Lord opens the eyes of the blind . . .(see also Exodus 4:10-12).Giving sight to the blind is also a work of the Messiah, as prophesied in Isaiah 35:4-5, He. Matthew 9. Jesus Heals A Paralysed Man (bummyla.wordpress.com) Matthew 12. The Question About The Sabbath (bummyla.wordpress.com) Matthew 15. The Teaching Of The Ancestors (bummyla.wordpress.com) Mark 1. John The Baptist Prepares The Way (bummyla.wordpress.com) Psalm 138. A Prayer Of Thanksgiving. The LORD's Goodness To The Faithful (bummyla. In John 5, Jesus justifies His healing on the Sabbath by pointing out that: God works on the Sabbath, so Jesus does also. The last of the signs of John's Book of Signs (John 1:19-12:50), and the one that provokes Jesus' crucifixion is: The raising of Lazarus
This Episode will play in: 10. Jesus Heals on the Sabbath. Jesus upsets the Pharisees by healing a man on the Sabbath. Play. Resume. Episodes Available for Superbook DVD Club Members Only. Superbook DVD Club members have access to watch full-length Superbook episodes online or within the Free Superbook Bible App When Jesus heals a blind man on the Sabbath day the Pharisees are outraged. Contributed by YoMinistry. Download Story Planner: Jesus heals the man born blind. blogs and social media with attribution to John Paul Stanley / YoPlace.com Mar 20, 2021 - FreeBibleimages :: Jesus heals the lame man at the pool :: Jesus heals a lame man at the pool Bethesda of on the Sabbath (John 5:1-15 2007-09-01. Two of Jesus Christ's seventeen healing miracles involve healing a paralyzed person. The healing recorded in Matthew 9:1-8; Mark 2:1-12; and Luke 5:17-26 is the first of the two. It took place in Capernaum, which Matthew calls Jesus' own city because it was His continuous home as an adult and certainly after His rejection by the.
John 5 Jesus Heals on the Sabbath. 1 After this there was a feast of the Jews; and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. Man Who Planted Trees. He is 20 feet high. A feast of the Jews - probably one of the three pilgrimage feasts to which all Jewish males were expected to go - passover, Pentecost or tabernacles In order to accuse Jesus, they asked Him, Is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath? John 5:9 Immediately the man was made well, and he picked up his mat and began to walk. Now this happened on the Sabbath day, John 5:10 so the Jews said to the man who had been healed, This is the Sabbath! It is unlawful for you to carry your mat. John 7:21 Jesus.
John 5:1-23 Jesus, Lord of the Sabbath The first two miracles that John recorded were done privately, but this next one is public—and on the Sabbath day—which draws the attention and opposition of the Pharisees. Reaction to Jesus among the Jews moves from reservation to hostility. What are the sick people doing at the pool of Bethesda Jesus Heals on The Sabbath. Then Jesus asked them, Which is lawful on the Sabbath: to do good or to do evil, to save life or to kill?. But they remained silent. Mark 3:4. The story of Jesus healing on the Sabbath shows you the hypocrisy of religion and how mislead we become by being stubborn. Instead of people rejoicing that a sick man. John 5:10, CSB: and so the Jews said to the man who had been healed, This is the Sabbath. The law prohibits you from picking up your mat.. John 5:1-15 shows Jesus healing a man who had been crippled for thirty-eight years. This is the third of John's seven ''signs'' of Christ. Interestingly, the crippled man expresses no prior knowledge. Feeds: Jesus heals a man who can't walk. John 5:1-15. We are in the Gospel of John once again this morning with another story of Jesus healing a person in need. But we are also moving into new territory. We are into a new section of John that begins in chapter 5 and goes until the end of chapter 10. And within this new section, the healing.
Can One Do Good Works on the Sabbath? JOHN 5:1-16. JESUS PREACHES IN JUDEA. HE HEALS A SICK MAN AT A POOL. Jesus has accomplished a lot during his great ministry in Galilee. However, in saying, I must also declare the good news of the Kingdom of God to other cities, Jesus has in mind more than just Galilee. Thus, he goes preaching in. So Jesus took him and healed him, and sent him away. Luke 14:1-4 (NRSV. Jesus said to him, Stand up, take your mat and walk.. At once the man was made well, and he took up his mat and began to walk. Now that day was a Sabbath. John 5:8-9 (NRSV) Now it was a Sabbath day when Jesus made the mud and opened his eyes Sermon on Jesus Healing at Pool of Bethesda Part 2. See part 1 of this sermon on John 5:1-16. 10 So the Jews were saying to the man who was cured, It is the Sabbath, and it is not permissible for you to carry your pallet.. · Though this man had just been cured of a 38 year old illness, they expressed no joy over his healing made an entire man well on the Sabbath? In both verses the Sabbath, the verb luō, and behind them the concept of the law and healing on the Sabbath occur. In this case the verb luō must be translated by the term to break. Therefore, John's usage of this term seems to suggest that also in John 5:18 luō should be translated to.
By making mud and healing this blind man on a Sabbath, Jesus challenged these leaders to get past their traditions and recognize that He was God's Son; unfortunately, they held firm to their traditions ( Jn. 9:8-17 ). Jesus came to bring people to God, but most refused to accept Him and gladly remained in their lost and undone condition Even though some people had disapproved, Jesus did what was right by healing the woman. In the gospel of John we read about another time that Jesus healed people on the Sabbath day. Jesus and his disciples had gone to celebrate a Feast of the Jews in the temple at Jerusalem. They had entered the temple by a gate called the Sheep Gate Jesus Heals on the Sabbath. 5 After this there was a festival of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 2 Now in Jerusalem by the Sheep Gate there is a pool, called in Hebrew * Beth-zatha, * which has five porticoes. 3 In these lay many invalids—blind, lame, and paralysed. * 5 One man was there who had been ill for thirty-eight years • Sabbath: Jesus taught on the Sabbath (Lk 13:10); the synagogue leader was outraged because Jesus healed on the Sabbath (Lk 13:14); he told people not to come on Sabbath for healing (Lk 13:14); Jesus said they took care of their animals on the Sabbath and the woman should be set free on the Sabbath (Lk 13:15-16)