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From St Anne's church, we walked towards the pools of Bethesda. Archaeological excavations had revealed the site of pools and porches matching the reference in the Bible, where Jesus cured the paralyzed man! The site still remains as ruins! We could see the deep pool like
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Right inside the Lions' Gate and beside the Church of St Anne are the excavated Pools of Bethesda. A verified site where Jesus was. In these large public pools, dating 2000 years ago, Jesus miraculously cured a lame man. They did a great job of preserving the site and not
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This is the location of the site where Christ healed the disabled man. Jesus cured him on the Sabbath and told him to take his mat and walk. The high priests used this minor offense to demand that Jesus be persecuted. This site is specifically mentioned in the Bible - here it
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The Pools of Bethesda belong to the land around the Church of St Anne. It is not far away from Lion's Gate in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem. Via Dolorosa starts about here. In ancient times the pools were used to collect rain water for the Second Temple. Handicapped people
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The pools of Bethesda is where Jesus healed a paralyzed man. This is one of only the two healings mentioned in the Bible that Jesus performed in Jerusalem. This healing of the paralyzed man is found in John 5. This site is near St. Anne's Church.
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