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He left Judea and returned again to Galilee.
NASB Cross References:
¶ After these things Jesus and His disciples came into the land of Judea, and there He was spending time with them and baptizing.
This beginning of
signs Jesus did in Cana of Galilee, and manifested His glory, and His disciples believed in Him.
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2064; to go away, go after:--
came(1), depart(1), departed(3), drew(1), go(20), go away(6), go over(1), going away(1), going back(1), gone(2), gone away(4), leave(5), left(8), passed away(2), past(2), spread(1), went(16), went their way(1), went along(1), went away(37), went back(1), went off(3), withdrew*(1).
(to send); to send away, leave alone, permit:--
abandoned(1), allow(5), allowed(2), divorce(2), forgave(2), forgive(23), forgiven(23), forgives(1), gave...permission(1), leave(7), leaves(2), leaving(8), left(38), let(9), let...alone(6), let him have(1), neglected(1), neglecting(2), permit(6), permitted(1), permitting(1), send...away(1), tolerate(1), uttered(1), yielded(1).
; of Heb. or. ;
the northern region of Pal., also the name of a sea (same as
2455; Jewish, a Jew, Judea:--
Jew(21), Jewess(1), Jewish(8), Jews(163), Judea(46).
; a prim. word;
again(127), again*(1), another(1), back(4), once more(4), other hand(3).
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