now called "Migdal";

< Discovery 4 > Indeed, Yeshua went back to also do some, what you call, teaching, sharing with others. But he wasn't met with big open arms. He went back up to the area up around Magdel, which is the north end of the Sea of Galilee, and he was met with a lot of ridicule. But there were a few who listened. There were a few who felt an underlying dissatisfaction with the rabbis and the temple and the religious organizations at the time. There was a few that heard the word “I am God also,” when he stood in front of them and said, “I am God also.” The majority laughed at him, shunned him, threatened him, but a few heard it and they stayed. Some of them became his disciples.