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My stay at the hostel was fantastic. Hamudi was extremely welcoming and kind. I came into the hotel extremely worn down and tired and he provided me a place to shower and a bed to sleep on. Thank You for your great hospitality.
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Just to confuse everyone I am going to share about today and then slowly remember and reflect upon my Jesus Trail journey and put everything into writing within the upcoming days.
This morning I woke up the sun shinning perfectly onto my bed at Aviv Hostel, and kids in the hall way running around letting out their bottled up energy. Upon …
Waking up this morning was surprisingly pleasant. I wasn't in a rush and lazily awoke at a reasonable hour. Checking out and storing our baggage Paul, Faillon, Lianne and I headed out to visit Nishren's bakery.
Meeting yet another of Nishreen's nine sisters out the front we found Nishreen hurrying down the street waving at us. She ushered …
... and dry. The dessert goes on for what seems forever. Yet in this setting, the Essenes valued the Word of The Lord so much as to live (and survive) in these conditions, transcribe Scripture, and then hide the scrolls in clay jars with lids. The dry climate and the clay jars preserved them so well. There are multiple caves in the dessert hills where they hid them. It's very sobering, too, to realize that it was through this Judean dessert where ...
... the water. It is very cool (weather) there and quite peaceful as well.
I have no plans the rest of this week except Erev with friends down the street: oh by the way one of the ladies at Erev is Elisheva, the lady who wrote Kadosh along with other songs as well, she is a pleasure to talk to so easy to be with as all the people are here. So we have "live" music for the evening.
Shalom for now, unless something comes up of interest I will write again next week.
... of OT Scripture (Matt. 2:23) and applied once to Christians as an insult. The problem with OT quotation is that there are none. The OT says no where that the Messiah will be Nazarene or come from Nazareth. Besides nothing good can come from Nazareth as Nathaniel stated (John 1:45-47). Matthew has already indicated in his gospel that Jesus was born in Bethlehem and that it fulfilled the prophecy given to Micah (Micah 5:2; Matt. 2:5-6). So ...