Verse John 11:55. The Jews' passover was nigh at hand — It is not necessary to suppose that this verse has any particular connection with the preceding. Most chronologists agree that our Lord spent at least two months in Ephraim. This was the last passover which our Lord attended; and it was at this one that he suffered death for the salvation of a lost world. As the passover was nigh, many of the inhabitants of Ephraim and its neighbourhood went up to Jerusalem, some time (perhaps seven or eight days, for so much time was required to purify those who had touched the dead) before the feast, that they might purify themselves, and not eat the passover otherwise than prescribed in the law. Many of the country people, in the time of Hezekiah, committed a trespass by not attending to this: see 2 Chronicles 30:18-19. Those mentioned in the text wished to avoid this inconvenience.
le livre est à moi.
à qui est le drapeau? (adrien et andré)
c'est le drapeau de adrien et de andré.
à qui est l'ordinateur? (nous)
c'est notre ordinateur.
cet ordinateur est le notre.
à qui est la télé? (elle)
la télé est à elle.
à qui est le sac? (toi)
le sac est à toi.
la reponse el et vrai pars'que el at le cous de chant