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The Gospel of John and Its Relation to the Other Gospels. Lecture 9 of 14.
1. The sign in connection with the Marriage in Cana in Galilee.2. The sign given in the healing of the nobleman's son.3. The sign given in the healing of the man who had lain sick for thirty-eight years by the Pool of Bethesda.4. The sign given in the Feeding of the Five Thousand.5. The sign given in the vision of Christ walking on the sea.6. The sign given in the healing of the man born blind. And finally:7. The greatest of the signs, the initiation of Lazarus, the transformation of Lazarus into the writer of the John Gospel.
Human life, then, was very different at that time. No one would have been surprised — given the right mutual relationship — at the passing over of a psychic influence from one person to the other.
was called, and his disciples, to the marriage.
sabbath day: it is not lawful for thee to carry thy bed. What struck them was not that the man had been cured, but that he carried his bed on the Sabbath.