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... tank exercises along the road. We've seen F-16's flying overhead. It really brings the feeling of how Israel is truly surrounded by enemies and are on guard always. We were able to see some Palestinian houses. Kind of surreal.
Qumran was our next stop--so meaningful for all of us. This is where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. It's in the middle of the wilderness of Judea. It was 107 degrees when we visited and amazingly ...
... shopping or just sightseeing this is the best time to go as it is the quietest time of the day. Most shops stay open but the locals rest.
Wednesday I drove to the Jordon border to drop my friend off to catch her plane to Africa, about a 30 minute drive south of here. On the way back I stopped at the official "Baptism on the Jordan" site. It is truly a beautiful place, pictures are from the board walk area looking up and down the river. One pic shows a couple just coming ...
... of Galilee. And he went and lived in a city called Nazareth, so that what was spoken by the prophets might be fulfilled, that he would be called a Nazarene. Matthew 2:19-23 Where did the prophets proclaim that the Messiah was to be called a Nazarene? The mystery lay in the name of Jesus home town. The name Nazarene or Nazareth is mentioned 19 times in the New Testament and 17 of those times apply directly to Jesus. The other time Nazarene is used is ...
... café that had risen out of a converted chicken coop. “A vast improvement,” he said, “the coop really stank!” We had a long conversation with the proprietor, who was justifiably proud of the coop-to-café transformation. They made all their own pastries, he told us, as well as sorbets, soups, and sandwiches. We had some delicious cakes and a stunning pomegranate sorbet (made from kibbutz pomegranates) on a bed of kibbutz yoghurt ...
... of the Dead Sea. In the caves in the cliffs towering above were found hundreds of ancient scrolls containing older versions of the scriptures than we had before. Scholars are still sorting through and translating them, and they are shedding new light on the gospel. This place is one of the reasons I wanted to come on this trip, and it was incredible to be there.
Next we headed north to Jericho, where we ...