Mark 13:18

 

“And pray ye that your flight be not in the winter.”

King James Version (KJV)

 

 

Other Translations of Mark 13:18

“And pray ye that your flight bee not in the winter.”
King James Version (1611) - View original scan of Mark chapter 13
 

“"But pray that it may not happen in the winter.”
New American Standard Version (1995)
 

“And pray ye that it be not in the winter.”
American Standard Version (1901)
 

“And say a prayer that it may not be in the winter.”
Basic English Bible
 

“And pray that it may not be in winter time;”
Darby Bible
 

“But pray ye, that these things happen not in winter. ”
Douay Rheims Bible
 

“And pray ye that your flight be not in the winter. ”
Webster's Bible
 

“But pray that it may not come in the winter.”
Weymouth Bible
 

“Pray that your flight won't be in the winter.”
World English Bible
 

“Therfor preye ye, that thei be not don in wyntir.”
Wycliffe Bible
 

“and pray ye that your flight may not be in winter,”
Youngs Literal Bible
 


 

Chris's comment on 2020-05-01 22:50:57:

Ted, you have read the account of Lazarus in John 11. After Lazarus died, it was the custom to entomb the body, just as Jesus was after He was crucified. A tomb was a cave-like structure, whether natural or hewn into the side of a hill, so after burying the dead, a large stone was rolled at the opening to prevent people & animals from entering. The dead body was wrapped in grave clothes, which was an elaborate binding from head to foot, maybe to preserve something of the body form during the decaying process. Lazarus was in the tomb for four days already so decay had already begun. But when Jesus came to the opened tomb, he called for dead Lazarus to rise from the dead. So here we have a dead man just come to life, probably having difficulty breathing & with blinking eyes, so (in answer to your question), Jesus ordered that he be released from those binding grave clothes so he could get up & come to him & his family. And Lazarus was alive for the rest of his appointed days, though the Jewish leaders later on wanted to kill him & Jesus because of this miraculous act by Jesus. So Lazarus had to face the prospect of death again, which he finally did at old age. A man acquainted with dead, in very truth!

 

Ted Thomas's comment on 2020-05-01 17:32:46:

In St. John 11, what did it mean when Jesus say loose him and let him go.

 

Jesse's comment on 2020-05-01 15:06:02:

John 11:44 is kind of humorous to me. When I picture in my mind Lazarus coming out of the grave, and he is wrapped in little 3 inch bandages from his foot to his neck, and then he has got a towel over his head, and he is coming out like one of those mummies you see in the movies. He can hardly walk. He is bound hand and foot with grave clothes: and his face was bound about with a towel. Jesus said unto them, Loose him, and let him go.

Basically, Jesus is just telling them to unwrap him and let him go.

 

Ted Thomas's comment on 2020-05-01 13:48:10:

In St. John 11, what did it mean when Jesus say loose him and let him go.

 

Timothy Wayne George's comment on 2013-09-02 07:55:08:

When Jesus said pray that your flight be not in winter or on the Sabbath day, He was speaking to pregnant women in the tribulation period. This period begins with the 70th weeks of years in Daniel's prophecy which starts with the signing of the seven year peace treaty. The Antichrist comes to power when he signs what is referred to as a covenant with death and hell with Israel. Jesus said blessed the wombs that did not bare, because it will be very difficult for pregnant women in those days. This is not applicable today, but only during the tribulation period which will last seven years. Then the Messiah returns to set up His Kingdom.

 

Shannon's comment on 2012-12-17 22:56:51:

Does this verse mean the second coming won't happen in the winter or on the Sabbath day?

 


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