Healing the paralytic at Bethesda

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The Healing of a paralytic at Bethesda is one of the miraculous healings attributed to Jesus in the New Testament.[1]

Christ healing the paralytic at Bethesda, by Palma il Giovane, 1592.

This event is recounted only in the Gospel of John, which says that it took place near the "Sheep Gate" in Jerusalem (now the Lions' Gate), close to a fountain or a pool called "Bethzatha" in the Novum Testamentum Graece version of the New Testament. The Revised Standard Version and New Revised Standard Version use the name "Bethzatha", but other versions (the King James Version, Geneva Bible, Revised English Bible, New Jerusalem Bible and New American Bible) have "Bethesda". The place is called "Probatica, or in Hebrew Bethsaida", in the Douai-Rheims translation.