For important Israel News Updates To read about Safety In The Holy Land, click here. A well or a monument…which is the better legacy? The Holy Land is filled with both and the Bible is replete with passages about digging wells and erecting monuments that were suppose to jog memories and keep the past alive. … More A Well Or A Monument…Which Are You Leaving?
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
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
Fact Checking Everyone loves to “fact check,” and it is usually done for good reasons. God is expressly specific throughout the Bible, He includes dates, places, people and customs. He has fleshed out inspired passages with facts that can be historically checked. Doesn’t it peak your interest when you read in John’s Gospel that the disciples netted 153 fish? That is … More Not Your Ordinary Shepherds, These Guys Were Special
When You Can’t See The Forest For The Trees Spilling down a slope overlooking Jerusalem, the Peace Forest symbolizes the unity of Jerusalem after the Six-Day War, harmony between Arab and Jewish people and the hope for peace in a land birthed and raised in turmoil. Here, the city plants a tree for EVERY child … More Caiaphas, The High Priest and The Forest
On our trips to the Holy Land, many people tells us that traveling to Israel has 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 to be.” … More Does Your Bucket List Include The Holy Land?
Throughout its history, Megiddo’s gates and walls have witnessed the armed struggles of Assyrians, Canaanites, Egyptians, Greeks, Israelites, Persians, Philistines, and Romans. If you add in the Turks, Germans, French and English, Israelis and others…from ancient to modern wars….Megiddo has seen it all! Importance Of Megiddo Megiddo is an important junction on the main road … More Tel Megiddo, Who What and Where
Apostle Paul and Caesarea Caesarea, usually the first stop on any Holyland itinerary, was an important city in the life of the Apostle Paul and the New Testament Christians. The city figures prominently in the New Testament as it is mentioned at least seventeen times. Acts 23 tells of Paul being delivered to Caesarea in the company … More Caesarea, Built By Herod And Visited By Paul