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... collection of original scripture texts ever found, including one that is the COMPLETE book of Isaiah. All found by a Bedouin shepherd boy.
Ok... I'm off to breakfast, and day 3 of touring! Thank you again for reading... and sorry for the more "serious" tone and opening monologue... but enough people had communicated concern that I felt it was important to comment. No more serious though, I promise! Lord bless, check back tomorrow!
... and crackers, a little siesta was in order, and Jude still had a few chapters to finish on archeology.
For tea we went to a waterside restaurant for a salad and mixed grill, which we shared. We then 'mosied' along until we all felt its way too hot, so headed back to the apartment, and all enjoyed a peachy ice-cream
We read the record from Luke 7, which was most appropriate for this area again.
... River. We continued onto the Lebanese and Syrian borders which we only viewed from a short distance. Along the way we would sit and be taught by our tour guide about the history of the area and what it would have been like in biblical times and how today's events have so much importance to God's plan and return. I must admit it's very exciting yet frightening for even our generation I think or the next to come. Deep hey. One of the highlights ...
... of Jesus and Peter. Here you can see Jesus's synagogue made with the basalt rock and the "newer" synagogue made with the white stone.
Lunchtime! We stopped at a restaurant near the Sea in Tiberias for fish! For dessert, fresh dates (not dried) they were delicious!
Next stop - the River Jordan! We stopped where the river exits the Sea of Galilee and heads towards the Dead Sea. Here, I put ...
... throne room.The ceremonial area and the administration area were elsewhere on the site. Here also were the ruins of a Canaanite Temple, it was originally a prominent structure with wide well constructed walls. •Israelite Hazor from the 10th century B.C.E., ( time of the United Monarchy ) occupied only the upper city and it's inhabitants numbered between 1,000 & 1,500 .King Solomon ...