a garden of riches. (1.) A town of Naphtali, called Chinnereth (Josh. 19:35), sometimes in the plural form Chinneroth (11:2). In later times the name was gradually changed to Genezar and Gennesaret (Luke 5:1). This city stood on the western shore of the lake to which it gave its name. No trace of it remains. The plain of Gennesaret has been called, from its fertility and beauty, "the Paradise of Galilee." It is now called el-Ghuweir. (2.) The Lake of Gennesaret, the Grecized form of CHINNERETH (q.v.). (See GALILEE, SEA OF.)
And when they had passed over, they came into the land of gennesaret, and drew to the shore.
Mr. Tristram, for example, saw it close to the Lake of gennesaret.
There was an instance where prayer made the waves of the gennesaret solid as Russ pavement.
The fish of the Lake of gennesaret do not swim ready-cooked into the mouth.
Peter would remember as his, the early morn, and the solitary figure on gennesaret's shore.
It was on just such a night that, seven years before, Chrysis had left the land of gennesaret.
There was a deep and blessed work wrought in his soul at the lake of gennesaret.
That little boat crossing from the populous shores of gennesaret to the desert land on the other side—what does it mean?
And when they had crossed over, they came to the land unto gennesaret, and moored to the shore.
The immediately antecedent event is the storm on the Lake of gennesaret.