Ein Gedi Resort Hotel
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... and went up to the small swimming pool on the terrace above, which really was nice and refreshing. It really was quite lovely there after I got out, with shading from umbrellas and a pleasant breeze.
Then I had a call put through for the shuttle, so I wouldn't have to walk back up to the hotel. Marty and I went down to the bar, where he had, of all things, a burger, and I had a chicken and avocado sandwich. I guess we ...
... at once. And I am convinced that the truth is not reaching most Americans. I was appalled because within the first day it was clear to me that Israel is implementing an apartheid system and oppressing the Palestinians. For me it was obvious, and I cannot see how anyone who arrives here and takes the time to really look closely will not see the gross injustice of occupation. I arrived in Tel Aviv, was picked up at the airport by a Palestinian taxi ...
... Jerusalem, as it says, “And they pray to the Eternal toward the city You have chosen.” If one stands in Jerusalem he should turn his heart towards the Temple, as it says, “they pray towards this House.” If one stands in the sanctuary he should turn his heart towards the Holy of Holies, as it says, “they pray towards this place.” If one stands in the Holy of Holies, he should turn his heart towards the mercy seat on the ark of ...
Here was the place where Abraham dug a well, and made an oath, in Genesis 21 v 30-31. Then in 1917, the Light Horsemen took Beer Sheba from the Turks, and also were desperate for the water from the wells! We found this all over Israel - instances where the Truth of the Bible comes alive before our eyes! We were so privileged to see all these things.
At last it was time to hit the road for Jerusalem - this was very exciting!
... to the right of it and further back. Kahira took my photo for me. The other day when we were visiting the Temple Mount we picked out these churches we were visiting today so it was very interesting to look back from them to where we had already been. This church was the one that is designed to bring to mind a teardrop. It is another 20th century church and again by Berluzzi who was responsible for many of these modern churches we have seen in Jerusalem - like the Churh of Lazarus ...