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... the entire lower half of the country, and we will cover the other half in the next 12 days. But today, though a whirlwind was amazing.
We headed south... WAY south, through the Negev desert and through areas where the Children of Israel wandered during their exodus. Our first stop was at a recreation of the Tabernacle just like the one the Israelites carried with them. Well... not JUST like, as this one included no real gold or dolphin/whale ...
... into wine at a wedding in Cana, and performed other miracles. He even raised Jairus’ daughter from the dead.
In all of those accounts, Jesus interacted with everyday people. Most of these individuals go unnamed. He noticed so-called ordinary folks.
In Luke 4 and John 5, we see crowds coming to Jesus with all manner of affliction. Each one sought Christ’s healing. Imagine yourself in their shoes. Looking around, you might find ...
... through the green stems and flowers
That have sought shelter like I have.
How fragile, but lively, they still hold.
I do know
Wind in the night can be brutal
And starlight can be a true blessing.
The desert is balanced but delicately so
Between blessings and curses and lack of interest.
We must choose.
The wind and the light and the Arava
Are urging me forward
To trees and the water,
Over and over.
We began our morning at the Caesarea National Park ruins of Herod the Great's Palace. It was a gorgeous but very windy morning. Wow...the Med was so beautiful! This site was insignificant until Herod the Great began to develop it into a magnificent harbor befitting his kingdom. The harbor was built using materials that would allow the concrete to harden underwater. The forty-acre harbor would ...
... circumstances. Behind the scenes though, there must have been a lot of planning and work going on. After breakfast, four of us - Esther, Mary, Dorit and Brian - set about preparing all the vegetables while Yossi got busy with the meat preparation. We then set about laying out the furniture in their outdoor area and setting the tables. Yossi then took Dorit, Mary and Brian out for a sightseeing tour of Beersheba, making ourselves scarce while their cleaning ...