Travel Blogs from Capernaum, Israel

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Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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For three days, I hiked from Nazareth to Capernaum, about forty miles, following trails through fields, down rocky ridges, next to the Sea of Galilee, and across highways.  This trail joined places from the New Testament where Jesus preached, ...

Sea of Galilee, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Sea of Galilee

A travel blog entry by eric

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... how to study. The Sea of Galilee was even more eye-opening.  My first stop was the synagogue at Capernaum. Current excavations were uncovering Roman roads.  The tour guide was reading biblical passages about Jesus beginning his ministry.  ...

Sea of Galilee and surrounding area, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Sea of Galilee and surrounding area

A travel blog entry by shannon

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... after some rich guy who owned the city named Nahum. When John the Baptist was arrested, Jesus left Nazareth and came to Capernaum. Our guide suggested that it was because after the authorities arrested John, the next person on the list would have been ...

Two days in one, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Two days in one

A travel blog entry by jase-edma

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... visited so many places that I am actually missing a couple of names. The firsts visits were Catholic Churches and places in Capernaum. Including the Peter's house. In one of these places is believed that Jesus gave the Mount Sermon. Another one had a ...

Tabgha, Bethsaida, Mt. Beatitudes, Capernaum,, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Tabgha, Bethsaida, Mt. Beatitudes, Capernaum,

A travel blog entry by abarnes

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When asked what my favorites of the trip were, I always say the Seas because so many of the things we saw were "supposedly the place" or "believed to be the place", but it's hard to deny the authenticity of an actual body of water as great as the ...

Day 10 - Galilee, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Day 10 - Galilee

A travel blog entry by wenzels

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... . On the way back we also came across a large flock of storks circling above and feeding on the ground.   Next stop was biblical Capernaum. We may not be able to walk on water, but did brave the cold to have a brief paddle in the icy waters of the ...

Overload!, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Overload!

A travel blog entry by jemthegem

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... . We went to the Church of the Loaves and the Fish, the place they reckon Jesus had a BBQ breakfast on the beach and Capernaum. All fascinating places. Especially Capernaum with a Synagogue and the remains of a church that was built around Peter's house. ...

Capernaum: Headquarters of Jesus'  Ministry, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Capernaum: Headquarters of Jesus' Ministry

A travel blog entry by roughroadpilgri

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Maala Gamla - Moshaf, Maala Gamla, Israel travel blog

Maala Gamla - Moshaf

A travel blog entry by madspetersen

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... , der fortalte om oplevelse i hans lange liv - bl.a. stod han for at sende joeder fra Frankrig og Italien til Israel efter statens oprettelse i 1948 - 40.000 om maaneden... Allerfoerst maatte vi dog hoere om hans familie - hans kone var bleet ...

In the footsteps of the fisherman, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

In the footsteps of the fisherman

A travel blog entry by fr-joseph

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... ; In particular, his claim to be the true "bread of life" (see John 6 for the full speech) occurred at Capernaum. 2)  Peter's family home: a very ancient tradition regards a particular building, and a particular room within that building, as the ...

Day 4 - Capernaum (The Town of Yeshua), Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Day 4 - Capernaum (The Town of Yeshua)

A travel blog entry by michaelsotosr

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... Capernaum, which was by the lake in the area of Zebulun and Napthali." (Matthew 4:12-13)   Kfar Nahum (Hebrew, Capernaum) was the center of Yeshua's (Hebrew, Jesus) activities in the Galilee and his town during that time.  ...

Feeding the 5000, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Feeding the 5000

A travel blog entry by hodge

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... is a famous mosaic of bread with a fish either side. Not to worry I carried on hiking and made it round to Capernaum...again another bilical place and where Jesus meet his disciples, including Matthew who was apparently a tax collector. I checked out the ...

Meditation, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Meditation

A travel blog entry by eurotrekker05

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... God that is amazing. I hope and pray I never lose sight of that. From this church we went to the ancient city of Capernaum (or "Village of Nahum"). This is where Jesus came when he heard of John's arrest - possibly to avoid the authorities. This is ...

Mt. Beatitudes, Capernaum, Galilee, Jesus Boat, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Mt. Beatitudes, Capernaum, Galilee, Jesus Boat

A travel blog entry by finnegan

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... slopes and the Sea of Galilee where Jesus taught.  Built in 1938, it has an octagon shape representing the 8 blessings. Capernaum:  We drove to Capernaum on the Northwest shore of the Sea of Galilee.  This was an important Roman ...

Weary Walker, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Weary Walker

A travel blog entry by sweettea

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... good thought provoking conversation. To conclude the hike... I loved the Jesus Trail as it gave me a whole new perspective of Israel and everything it has to offer not just the city. As the trail brought me through villages and through everyday normal ...

Là, où Jésus a recruté ses disciples, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Là, où Jésus a recruté ses disciples

A travel blog entry by arthur_temple

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Le petit déjeuner proposé par l'hôtel n'est pas dans nos habitudes françaises. Cà ressemble plus à un déjeuner. Avec des entrées diverses et variées de légumes, concombre, tomates, Avocat aubergine, tahina, houmous, olives presque à ...

Capernaum, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Capernaum

A travel blog entry by erincastillo

... -34; Luke 4:38-39).  This could have occurred in this ancient home, or at least one similar to it. Jesus considered Capernaum His "own city" (Mattew 9:1), and He spent a considerable amount of time here.  Capernaum was also the hometown of Simon ...

Cafarnaum, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Cafarnaum

A travel blog entry by escossia

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Cafarnaum é considerado o "centro" do ministério de Jesus na Galiléia.Você terá um passeio guiado que visita sinagoga em ruínas onde Cristo pregou.  Cafarnaum "Ouvindo, porém, Jesus que João fora preso, retirou-se para a Galiléia; e ...

Capernaum, Magdala, Boat Ride on Galilee, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Capernaum, Magdala, Boat Ride on Galilee

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234

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Our next stop was a short 10 minute drive to the remains of Capernaum, an ancient Jewish fishing village.  Many archaeological excavations have revealed an entire city complete with two synagogues. Capernaum is said to be the home of the ...

Boat Ride on the Sea of Galilee, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Boat Ride on the Sea of Galilee

A travel blog entry by barbh5889

... here including an example of &the Seat of Moses& where the religious leaders would sit to teach the Word of God.  Capernaum was our next stop which was the town that Jesus made the center of his ministry years. It is where he called Peter, ...

Israel Day Trip #3, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Israel Day Trip #3

A travel blog entry by frawldog

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... very poor and probably wouldn’t have worn Thai silk.    The Sea of Galilea is another famous biblical place in Israel.  It is famous for the village where Jesus fed several thousand people with a loaf of bread and a few fish. ...

Syrian Border and Golan Heights, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Syrian Border and Golan Heights

A travel blog entry by houdyshells

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... 700 feet below sea level at the Sea of Galilee to the mountain plains of the Golan Heights at 2,500 feet above sea level. Israel reclaimed the Golan Heights during the Six Day War in 1967 from Syria. We saw numerous bunkers and mine fields from the war. ...

Christ's Home Base - Capernaum, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Christ's Home Base - Capernaum

A travel blog entry by vern_hakes

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... , teaching on the 6th chapter of John's Gospel. You'll note in the text that Jesus taught these things in the synagogue at Capernaum; only steps from where Ken was teaching the same message today! I'm telling you, this was powerful stuff. "I am the bread ...

Capernaum (Mt 9:1ff; Mk 1:23, 31ff; Lk 4:31-36), Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Capernaum (Mt 9:1ff; Mk 1:23, 31ff; Lk 4:31-36)

A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille

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Malheureuse es-tu Bethsaïde !, Beit-Tsaid, Israel travel blog

Malheureuse es-tu Bethsaïde !

A travel blog entry by arthur_temple

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Ces paroles ont été prononcées par Jésus s'adressant aux villes qui refusent de se convertir (Corazine Capharnaüm, et Bethsaïde)... Car, si les miracles qui ont eu lieu chez vous avaient eu lieu à Tyr et à Sidon, il y a longtemps que les gens y ...

Galelie, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Galelie

A travel blog entry by jenniferwhitmer

Cap ...

Capernaum, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Capernaum

A travel blog entry by aliciarojo

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... John, when they were called by Jesus.  Many healings were performed here. It is while teaching at the synagogue in Capernaum that Jesus gives the famous Bread of Life discourse on the Eucharist (Jn 6:35-69).  We see the ...

All hands Volunteer Trip, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

All hands Volunteer Trip

A travel blog entry by gravittkiki

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So about twice a year the moshav brings all the volunteers on a trip somewhere in Israel. So today we all went to breakfast at 630 and then loaded up a small van at 7am. I figured I could get some more sleep on the way to our first destination, HA. The ...

Day Trip to Galilee, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

Day Trip to Galilee

A travel blog entry by davidpool7

Jordan River Peter's House Synagogue w/ Arc of the Covenant Kibbutz and Chateau Golan Winery in Golan Heights ...

The Gospel Triangle, Capernaum, Israel travel blog

The Gospel Triangle

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom

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... 8221; (blocks) and were the homes of most of the 2000 inhabitants. They lived simply in homes of 2 or 3 rooms. The people of Capernaum were the “hillbillies” of the area. The synagogue that is now standing, built in the 4-5 C A.D (Byzantine ...

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