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I finally decided to drag myself away from Jerusalem today and head somewhere new.
It's actually really hard to leave a place once you get comfortable there and make friends - it becomes so easy and going to a new place requires a lot of effort and feels a bit like you're plunging into the unknown again. I was only supposed to be in …
... monastic Carmelite Order that was founded near where the cave that the Prophet Elijah had reportedly dwelled) , outside of Haifa, was the next stop. We heard the biblical tale of Elijah and Jezebel and how Elijah had a contest with the 450 prophets of Jezebel (who was a Phoenician and not a Jewess). The object was to see whose god could burn a slaughtered bull without human intervention. The God of the Old Testament incinerated the bull and Elijah then had the “pagan ...
... in this part of Israel and will be again tomorrow when we travel north to Dan. After dinner, some of the Moody folks held a little panel discussion about the vision and ministry of Moody. The Lord has certainly been faithful to and blessed MBI over the years.
Well, that about covers today. Dad is looking through the pictures he's take so far on the camera and trying to chronicle them before he forgets...
Until tomorrow.... ...
... Ramon and the other crew members and named an overlook for them and named different hills in the Mactesh after them. The scenery was beautiful and just so relaxing, but not worth staying in the country for. After that tame hike we went to another Bedouin tent and like our second hike we made Poyke, which is a stew that comes from South Africa. It is named after the pot it is in cooked in. It involves a lot of vegetables slow cooking over a fire with ...
... In fact I can't think of one other tree that might even be close. If you think of one, let me know.
We went through the "Church of All Nations", which you can see in the pictures... its a very beautiful church as you can see, and has a very interesting set of doors which I tried to capture as best as I could.
We then went across to the private side of the garden for a devotion led by my mom, followed ...