cana of galilee

  • 1Cana (disambiguation) — Cana may refer to:*Cana, a village mentioned in the New Testament Gospel of John as Cana of Galilee , site of the Marriage at Cana. *Kafr Kanna, a village in Israel often associated with the Marriage at Cana. *Qana, a village in Lebanon… …

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  • 2Cana — This article is about a place mentioned in the New Testament. For other uses, see Cana (disambiguation). In the Christian New Testament, the Gospel of John refers a number of times to a town called Cana of Galilee. Contents 1 The marriage at Cana …

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  • 3Cana —    Reedy, a town of Galilee, near Capernaum. Here our Lord wrought his first miracle, the turning of water into wine (John 2:1 11; 4:46). It is also mentioned as the birth place of Nathanael (21:2). It is not mentioned in the Old Testament. It… …

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  • 4Galilee —    Circuit. Solomon rewarded Hiram for certain services rendered him by the gift of an upland plain among the mountains of Naphtali. Hiram was dissatisfied with the gift, and called it the land of Cabul (q.v.). The Jews called it Galil. It… …

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  • 5Cana — • A city of Galilee, Palestine Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Cana     Cana     † Catholic …

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  • 6Cana, Canaanites —     Cana, Canaanites     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Cana, Canaanites     (Canaan, Canaanites).     The Hebrew word Kenaan, denoting a person, occurs:     ♦ in the Old Testament as the name of one of Ham s sons;     ♦ in a lengthened form, Kenaanah …

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  • 7Cana — bourg de Galilée; l évangile y situe le premier miracle de Jésus: l eau changée en vin …

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  • 8Cana — [kā′nə] village in Galilee, N Israel: scene of Jesus first two miracles: John 2:1 9; 4:46 54 …

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  • 9Galilee — For other uses, see Galilee (disambiguation). An orchard in Upper Galilee …

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  • 10Cana — A village in Galilee. The gospel of John is the only writing in the NT to mention it. Cana is the scene of Jesus miracle [[➝ miracles]] at a wedding (John 2:1–11), and of the healing of a nobleman s son (John 4:46–54); and it is where Nathanael… …

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  • 11Galilee —    This place name (from the Hebrew, Haggalil, meaning the district ) referred, at the time of Jesus, to the northern region of Palestine, which was the location of Nazareth, Cana, and Capernaum. Galilee was part of the kingdom of Herod the Great …

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  • 12Cana — geographical name village in Galilee NE of Nazareth; now in Israel …

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  • 13Cana — /kay neuh/, n. an ancient town in N Israel, in Galilee: scene of Jesus first miracle. John 2:1, 11. * * * …

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  • 14Cana — Ca|na according to the Bible, an ancient town in ↑Galilee where Jesus performed his first ↑miracle, in which he changed water into wine …

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  • 15Cana — Ca•na [[t]ˈkeɪ nə[/t]] n. bib geg an ancient town in N Israel, in Galilee: scene of Jesus first miracle. John 2:1, 11 …

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  • 16Cana — /ˈkeɪnə/ (say kaynuh) noun Bible an ancient town in northern Israel, in Galilee; the scene of Jesus Christ s first miracle. John 2:1–11 …

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  • 17cana — nv. (de Galilée) : Kanà (Albanais) …

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  • 18Cana — /kay neuh/, n. an ancient town in N Israel, in Galilee: scene of Jesus first miracle. John 2:1, 11 …

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  • 19Marriage at Cana — by Giotto, 14th century In Christianity, the transformation of water into wine at the Marriage at Cana or Wedding at Cana is the first miracle of Jesus in the Gospel of John.[1] …

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  • 20Lost jars of cana — The Lost Jars of Cana (also known as Waterpots of Cana, Water Vessels of Cana, Holy Jars, Wine Jars or Water Jugs of Cana) is the name given to the jars Jesus used to perform his first miracle in the Book of John.Book of John AccountAccording to… …

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