Leaving Jerusalem on Highway 1 and making a left turn onto Highway 90, the Dead Sea, with the red Moab Mountains of Jordan rising on its eastern shore, is a sliver of blue out the front window of the bus. Cited sixteen times in the Bible, the Dead Sea is used primarily to describe the … More The Dead Sea, Proof of God’s Plan For Restoration
Dedicated To All Women Followers Of Jesus Over the years on trips to Israel, driving along the Sea of Galilee from Tiberias to Capernaum, we would see an intriguing archaeological dig in progress on the western shore of the lake, tantalizingly near the Mount of Beatitudes, Mensa Christi and other Galilean sites. Finally in 2014, … More Magdala, A View Into The Life And Times Of Mary Magdalene
Right after describing the Kingdom of God as a mustard seed, Jesus tells the disciples to find a boat and cross over to the other side of the lake. We know the storm story, a violent Galilean squall arises just as they are in the middle of the lake and Jesus calms it…much to the … More A “Legion”dary Mission To Kursi, Pigs or People
Hold on to your proverbial Indiana Jones hat….we are about to enter a place that evokes faith, facts, myths and mysteries! The Western Wall Tunnel or Rabbi’s Tunnel, a sort of “time tunnel” to ancient Jerusalem, sweeps us back 2000 years. In fact, the Western Wall Tunnels are really a microcosm of Jerusalem itself…from the … More Zoom Back To Ancient Jerusalem Via the Western Wall Tunnel
What did Jesus mean when He said “I tell you that if these should keep silent, the stones would immediately cry out.” Many think it is about the reality of non-believers singing Christmas Carols and others feeling the urge to attend church on Christmas and Easter….reminding us that no matter how hard the world tries, … More The Garden Tomb…The Very Stones Will Cry Out!
If the world were to experience a modern Pompeii-like disaster and you met your demise with your new IPhone in hand, archaeologists in future centuries could reconstruct your existence, time and story in full detail….your IPhone would spill the proverbial beans. Coins and pottery are the IPhones of the past. Pottery fragments fairly shout out … More Tel Dan Stele Spills The Beans
Why? Ask anyone who wants to travel to Israel, why, and the usual answer is….to walk where Jesus walked. Nothing wrong with that answer, in fact, it’s a great answer, but the Holy Land isn’t just about the New Testament, Israel fully engages you with the Old Testament! Constancy Location, location, location . . … More Megiddo, Fought Over And Prophesied About
Prophetic Refuge Does Petra “fit the bill” as a refuge during the tribulation? Hmmmm….haven’t we read that the antichrist holds sway over the whole world, precluding any place of safety? It seems he may not according Biblical prophesies such as Daniel 11: 41, “ He will enter the glorious land of Israel, and many nations will … More Petra Part Two: Prophetic Refuge, Ancient Stronghold and Present Wonder