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Sidon

 

Pronunciation:  SAI-duhn

Occurrences:  16

First Reference:  Yeshua 2:6

 

Now there came from distant lands, Jews from Tyre and Sidon, from Damascus and Edessa, and from Alexandria and Pelusium seeking to hear for themselves the words of the Essene.

 

 

See:  Lebanon, Tyre

 

Summary:  Located in modern-day Lebanon, the Phoenician port city of Sidon is situated along the Mediterranean Sea, about twenty-five miles north of the city of Tyre (see MAP). The fame of both John the Baptizer and Yeshua was widespread, and many would travel from Sidon to witness the works of both prophets.

 

During the second year of Yeshua’s ministry (35 CE), he and his disciples journeyed to Tyre and then Sidon to teach among the people (Y:17:42). It was on his way from Tyre to Sidon that Yeshua visited the house of Callistus and left having adopting the young boy whom he named Jude (Y:22:70-84).

 

During his stay in Sidon, Yeshua received a letter from Abgar Ouchama, the ‘king of Edessa’, requesting that he come and heal him of an illness (Y:25:4-20). Yeshua writes back, promising to send one of his disciples at a later date to heal him.

 

 

Notes/References:

 

Yeshua’s teachings while in Sidon:  Yeshua 25

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