Zippori Village Country Cottages
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... makes this a place to reflect on the complex message of the “Blesseds” in the Gospel text. The notion that the meek shall inherit the earth is actually a revolutionary concept, and would certainly have been so in the first century. It remains so now, come to think of it. Most religions preach that we should find humility and so gain dominion over ourselves, and perhaps gain some benefit in the world to come. The sermon of the Beatitudes seems to ...
... site next week, so this day was just a quick lunch and then back on the road. We drove through Jerusalem and caught our first glimpses of the Old City and the Temple Mount. It was overwhelming. I kinda just sat there on my seat and bellered for a while. It was hard to believe my eyes. I was seeing for the first time, the first of many places on this trip where my Jesus actually walked, talked, taught, prayed, lived and died. He ...
... until seven o'clock. Since some of us needed to give last minute updates online and we had time to kill, we found a coffee shop in the bus station and chilled in the back for a while. I didn't have anything I needed to do on wifi right away, so I left to explore the bus station. Up on the third floor, I found the bus ticket office and got my ticket. Afterward I joined the group for long enough to slap together a couple PBJs, and then we all headed upstairs to ...
... in the Coastal Plain and virtually any and all international traffic through Israel passed through this city. It was critical. We had the privilege of walking down Antipatris Road--it's the same street Paul probably walked down when he left the city under Roman guard due to instability caused by riots in the city that might have otherwise endangered his life.
Caesarea Maritima was the best-preserved ancient site we have seen since Jerusalem. ...
... law school on the museum cafe. I was pretty worn out, and it was great to have 45 minutes to sit and read - in a room with air conditioning no less. We walked back to the hotel, rested, and then cleaned up for Havdallah Shabbat, the closing of Shabbat, Saturday evening. The first activity of the evening was an interesting one: people in our group who had not yet been Bar Mitzvot were given the opportunity to do so. We held a very abbreviated version of ...