Did Jesus Really Walk on Water?

22 Then He guided the supporters to get into the boat and go before Him to the opposite side, while He sent away the groups. 23 And after He had excused the hoards, He went up into the slopes without anyone else to implore. At the point when it was evening, He was still there alone.24 But the boat was at this point out on the ocean, numerous furlongs [a furlong is one-eighth of a mile] far off from the land, beaten and threw by the waves, for the breeze was against them.25 And in the fourth watch [between 3:00-6:00 a.m.] of the evening, Jesus came to them, strolling on the sea.26 And when the pupils saw Him strolling on the ocean, they were frightened and said, It is a phantom! Furthermore, they shouted out with fright.27 But quickly He addressed them, saying, Take fortitude! I’m! Quit being afraid!28 And Peter responded to Him, Lord, on the off chance that it is You, order me to come to You on the water.29 He said, Come! So Peter escaped the boat and strolled on the water, and he came toward Jesus.30 But when he saw and felt areas of strength for the, he was scared, and as he sank, he shouted out, Lord, save me [from death]!31 Instantly Jesus connected His hand and got and held him, telling him, O you of little confidence, for what reason did you doubt?32 And when they got into the boat, the breeze ceased.33 And those in the boat stooped and loved Him, saying, Truly You are the Son of God!

The Sea of Galileee

The Sea of Galilee is taken care of by the Jordan River, precipitation and unveils to the northern side. All the more appropriately assigned a lake, the Kinneret (the OT and current name) is 13 miles in length and 7 miles wide. At its most profound point the lake is just 150 feet down. The rabbis said of it, “In spite of the fact that God has made seven oceans, yet He has picked this one as His extraordinary enjoyment.”

This lake is so large it is known as an ocean. All through the holy book we see it as a focal point of fishing and truth be told the devotees who were anglers were enrolled from the banks of this ocean (counting Peter).


It fascinated me that this variant utilized “I’m” for Jesus’ reaction. On the off chance that we take a gander at the first text, which is Greek, we see that similar words are involved here as they are somewhere else (John 8:58 for example) where Jesus says “I’m” to express that He is God: inner self eimi εγω ειμι

Strolled on Water

This piece of the Jesus is the Passover Lamb section has been an irksome spot to me for quite a while. I have heard that the first text doesn’t determine that Jesus strolled on the water, as it is a relational word used to mean at, around, by, and so on. I have heard the two sides: that it is a speculation open for translation and that it is unmistakable. Truly, when I looked this into, I trusted and anticipated that it should be unmistakable. In any case, it isn’t explicit in any way. I have even found a considerable amount of critique testing the Christian confidence by this very entry, guaranteeing that Christians (book of scriptures interpreters included) decide to accept that Jesus strolled on the water rather than close to the banks or at the edge of the ocean. Moving right along, how about we check the first text out.