info@thesongofgod.com

Copyright © True Gnostic Church. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions

GLOSSARY  

SONG OF GOD - GLOSSARY

 

 A    B    C    D    E    F    G    H    I    J    K    L    M    N    O    P    Q    R    S    T    U    V    W    X    Y    Z  

Book Publisher.
amazon USA.
BARNES&NOBLE.
amazon  UK.
SONG OF GOD
HOME
SONG OF GOD
TOPICAL GUIDE
GLOSSARY
TRUE GNOSTIC CHURCH
RESOURCES

PURCHASE BOOK

 

Nain

 

Pronunciation:  nayn

Occurrences:  3

First Reference:  Yeshua 13:10

 

So spoke the Lord unto those which were come up from Jerusalem, and it came about that on the next day the Lord went into a village of Galilee called Nain; and there went with him many of his disciples.

 

 

See:  Galilee, Yeshua

 

Summary:  A small village in Galilee about two miles south of Mount Tabor, Nain was the location of a healing event in which Yeshua, having traveled from Capernaum (Y:12:74), arrived at the gates of the village during burial proceedings for a young boy thought to be dead (Y:13:10). The youth was the only son of a widow, who after hearing Yeshua was near, ran to kneel before him while weeping for the loss of her son. Yeshua went on to restore the young boy back to life. This event likely took place during the second month of 35 CE (Y:12:74).

 

 

Notes/References:

 

See: Map of Galilee

 

Compare: New Testament — Luke 7:11-17

 

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

 

11. And when he came unto the gate of the city, there was a certain youth which was thought dead, being carried out — the only son of a widow. And there wept with her a great many people.

12. Now when the widow heard that Yeshua of Nazareth approached near unto her, she ran and fell at his feet weeping.

13. And the Lord, seeing her, was filled with tenderness and he spoke to her, saying: “Weep not, my daughter, for even I shall restore unto you the son which is lost.”

14. And going forth unto the funeral bier, Yeshua touched it and they which carried it, set it upon the ground; and all the people drew near to see what would happen.

15. Then did the Master, stooping down over the youth, kiss him upon the lips to breathe into him the breath of his own life; and, behold, the youth which was thought dead sat up to look round about him.

16. And Yeshua, seeing that he was revived, spoke to him, saying: “Arise, and go to your mother.” And the youth went to his mother to comfort her.

17. And all which saw were filled with fear and wonder, and they glorified God among themselves, saying: “Behold, how God has come forth to visit his people, for surely this is a great prophet which has risen among us.”

18. And throughout all Galilee and Judea did the word go forth concerning the words and deeds of Yeshua, how that he had brought the dead back to life.

Yeshua 13:11-18

 

Nag Hammadi
Narrows of Tiglath