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... the Wailing Wall. We were told that they don’t call it the Wailing
Wall in Israel for a few reasons. The wall was pretty simple but it was
pretty powerful with lots of people praying. We were able to take some
pictures since we arrived just before Shabbat. Once Shabbat starts you
... a while. I think the poor guy was suffering from PTSD by the time we finished! He was nicknamed "King David" thanks to our lecturing on David's experiences at Gath.
From Soccoh, we continued south to the Mareshath-Gath caves. Mareshath-Gath is the hometown of Micah the prophet, a contemporary of Isaiah. It is interesting that Micah came from Mareshath-Gath because if I remember my OT Survey notes from last year correctly, only he and ...
... cuts you have feel like a dump truck of lemon juice was just poured on them. So with grinned teeth and a lot of "this is great" reverse physiology we lasted maybe 15 minutes before running out to the fresh water showers for relief. We then enjoyed a feast by the sea before enjoying the rest of the afternoon at the pool. After a long day in the sun we all came back to our respective hotels to have a nap before the real fun began as tonight was Sarah's bachelorette party!! Glitz ...
... northward in Jerusalem encompasses the northern half of Jerusalem, begins at the northeast corner of the Temple Mount, ends at Jaffa Gate just west of the second wall, and was built by Herod Agrippa I. Benj also pointed out the highest tower in Jerusalem (Psephinus) and Herod's three towers (Miriame for his wife, Hippocus for his friend, and Phasael for his brother).
After surveying several other locations around Jerusalem, we moved up a hill to the ...
... the stone of anointing. According to tradition, the body of Jesus was laid on this stone after it was removed from the cross. Visitors kneel, pray and kiss this stone. Above the stone are lamps, each donated by different denominations. The heart of the Holy Sepulchre is a Rotunda. Here, in the center of the circle, the tomb of Jesus is located in a smaller structure, which has two chambers (the Chapel of the Angel and the room of the tomb). The ...