David Spa & Resort
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... la importancia del Tabernáculo y leemos acerca de el tantas veces. La presencia de Dios vivía en el tabernáculo y era el lugar donde el Sumo Sacerdote iba a ofrecer sacrificios por los pecados del pueblo de Israel. Estar aquí me hizo recordar a mi abuelita. Gracias a ellas conocí a Cristo y las primeras historias de la Biblia las oí de ella. Deseé que ella estuviese ahí conmigo, le hubiese encantado. Así que todas las fotos ...
... to the pool below the waterfall. However, our steps had to be carefully placed because many stairs were miniature rivers. The water actually flowed from between the rocks on which we were walking. The spring water seemed to come from all around us.
Moshe was ready and waiting when we emerged from the Nahal David's mouth. Thankfully the welcome center nearby had potable, cool water. We all refilled our water containers and prepared for ...
... expected considering he's a letter-of-the-law believer: the act is forbidden. The women in our group later met up with us and told us the female guide they had seemed spirited but oddly subdued in her mannerisms. Needless to say, there were many things to talk about later in the evening. After our visit to the temple, we got on the bus and went to a park to meet the Israeli soldiers who would join us for the rest of the trip! There were six Israelis altogether, 5 male and 1 female, ...
... to find the door locked and my buddies no where in sight. I start to feel the tears well up in my eyes as I realized I missed my opportunity to go to the Dead Sea and stood up my friends. I walk back into the hotel and to the reception desk to call them and apologize for over sleeping. When I look up at the clock as he is dialing I noticed it said 7:20am. I asked the receptionist if that was the time and if so he can hang up the phone. Needless to say, Chantal still has her ...
... area called The People of Palestine. She defined 4 groups:
1 - The people of East Jerusalem who have Jordanian passports but not Jordanian citizenship nor Israeli citizenship.
2 - Israeli citizens. These are defined as people who were in the area designated as The State of Israel in 1948 when it was declared a State. These people are not encouraged to go into the West Bank for security reasons.
3 - West ...