Kibbutz Lavi Hotel
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Today we started back on the Jesus Trail. We walked through beautiful flowers and fields of the Kibbutz to the Horns of Hattin. This is where Saladin and his army defeated the crusaders in 1187. The hill was tough going up, but even harder going down. We saw our first glimpse of the Sea of Galilee. We had a special time of prayer and devotion led …
... than twenty years before the Battle of the Horns of Hattin. Today there are about 1.5 million Druze in the world, mostly in Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Jordan.
This most sacred shrine is called Nebi Shuayb, which translates to "The Prophet Jethro", and this is their holiest site in the world. It is off a rural highway and up a long ascent road from Kibbutz Kfar Zeitim, although nothing like the climb to the top of Mt. Tabor.
... in prison there for two years (Acts 23:23-24; 24:27). After appealing to Caesar in a hearing before Festus (who succeeded Felix as governor), Paul was boarded on a ship under the supervision of a Roman captain named Julius and they left the port for the long journey to Rome (Acts 265:10-12; 27:1).
Still visible today at Caearea are many remains of the once great city that Herod built. Some of the more notable ruins are: ...
... Halabi, he brought out plates and plates of druze style food, with fresh pita and felafel balls he made while we ate. It was so good and tasty. The fresh parsely and couscous salad was great, and the rice stuffed vine leaves were divine. No dinner needed tonight. We then took the winding road back atop the Carmel Mtns back to Haifa. Just in time as the skies opened and it poured. The sun is now out, and we are calling it a day. Shalom!
... On Sunday a group of local teachers joined us to visit several science organizations. We had a private tour of the MadaTech Museum and got to see a new exhibit just before it was shipped to Ethiopia. The museum, established in 1983, is housed in a historic building that was designed as the first home of the Technion — Israel Institute of Technology, until it relocated to its current campus. On a visit to the Technion in 1923, Albert Einstein planted one ...