Storms Come And Go The Sea of Galilee is nestled below the Golan Heights, partially surrounded with hills and valleys, making it vulnerable to sudden storms. With little warning, winds can whip through these ravines in such a way that they violently rile the waters of the Galilee, threatening anyone unlucky enough to be on … More The Sea Of Galilee, Down But Never Out
No matter where you stand in the Jezreel Valley, located in northern Israel and also known as the Valley of Armageddon, you can see the rounded visage of Mount Tabor. Located at the nexus of many ancient travel routes that crisscrossed Palestine, Mount Tabor served as a strategic sentinel during Biblical times and a symbol … More At Mount Tabor, Close Encounters of the Divine Kind
On our May 2016 Trip to the Holy Land, many people on our tour told us that traveling to Israel had been on their bucket list. Laurie, who said “I had always dreamed of seeing the Garden of Gethsemane. That was really what I wanted to see. When I saw it today, it was everything I needed it … More Does Your Bucket List Include The Holy Land?
The view from Mount Carmel is panoramic. If you look down the east side of the mountain, the Plain of Jezreel, also called the Valley of Megiddo or Armageddon, lies just below. The Nazareth ridge lies to the northeast and from the top of the mountain, one can look out over the blue Mediterranean Sea … More Mount Carmel, A Symbol Of God’s Closeness
His Special Delight Describing the Sea of Galilee, the Rabbis say, “Although God has created seven seas, yet He has chosen this one as His special delight.” Set in the hills of northern Israel, the harp-shaped Sea of Galilee, a significant Biblical and scenic area, will delight you with an overpowering sense of peace as … More “His Special Delight,” The Sea Of Galilee