Bethabara


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Bethabara

(bĕthăb`ərə), place, on the Jordan, traditionally located at a ford just above the Dead Sea, where in the New Testament John was baptizing when Jesus came to him. RSV: Bethany, following some ancient texts.
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Meanwhile the Son of God, who yet some days Lodged in Bethabara, where John baptized, Musing and much revolving in his breast How best the mighty work he might begin Of Saviour to mankind, and which way first Publish his godlike office now mature, One day forth walked alone, the Spirit leading And his deep thoughts, the better to converse With solitude, till, far from track of men, Thought following thought, and step by step led on, He entered now the bordering Desert wild, And, with dark shades and rocks environed round, His holy meditations thus pursued:-- "O what a multitude of thoughts at once Awakened in me swarm, while I consider What from within I feel myself, and hear What from without comes often to my ears, Ill sorting with my present state compared!
28 These things were done in Bethabara beyond Jordan, where John was baptizing.
All are invited (Moravian and non-Moravian) to come and be a part of this exciting week of musical growth and fellowship in Winston-Salem, home to the early Moravian settlements of Bethabara, Bethania, and Salem.
Some labels give a helpful precis for anyone unsure of their biblical geography: 'Modiim now Moditha, whence came the Maccabees'; 'Bethabara, the place of the Baptism of Saint John'.
Gwasanaeth cyhoeddus yng Nghapel Bethabara, Eglwyswen, ar ddydd Gwener, 4 Awst am 1.30 o'r gloch.
Mi ddaru'r Dr Goronwy Wynne son am yr ywen hynafol a Mr John Hughes, hanesydd lleol, ein tywys o gwmpas Capel Bethabara ac Amgueddfa 'Harri'r Cwm' - dau le sy'n agos iawn at ei galon.
Angladd cyhoeddus ddydd Sadwrn Tachwedd 15, 2014 yng Nghapel Bethabara Pontyglasier am 2.30 o'r gloch.
In 1794 Waller and two other ministers constituted the Bethabara Church in the Laurens district of South Carolina, and he was its pastor until 1798.
It is documented by researchers that European settlers/potters in Bethabara, North Carolina (a few hours of driving north from the Catawba Valley region) originally fired in earthenware bottle shaped kilns.
Dim Blodau, ond os dymunir, derbynnir rhoddion er cof yn ddiolchgar tuag at Gapel Bethabara a T ey Gobaith (Conwy) trwy law R.W.Roberts a'i Fab.
Baptist excavations at Bethabara is looking to lift tourism revenues.