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... we did yesterday, I realize we did so many things. So I'll be brief with the rest and will just list them with a small description or fact: - Banias: We went after the delish shawarma lunch. The gates of hades were supposed to be here in a cave. I need to find the bible verse for this. We also went to the Hermon Stream mentioned in Psalm 42. - Nimrod Fortress: a fortress (of course) at the top of a mountain. Was enormous and so beautiful. It's possible that in this area of ...
... of us out there what city we would choose to live in in Israel during the time of Christ. Probably two thirds of everyone who answered said they would like to have lived in Capernaum (I said Caesarea-Maritima). I think they had a good point. The city is fairly small, so it would have been reasonably easy to get to know everyone around. Yet, at the same time with the beautiful, white limestone synagogue set among the black basalt rock of the rest of the city and ...
... on them.After visiting the site we as a group sat and read aloud the "Sermon on the Mount", I found this more emotive than the visit to the church as I imagined being here with Jesus.(? Visions of the movie "life of Brian",as well ) •Nearby on the edge of the sea, is the black basalt stone chapel called the "Chapel of the Primacy of Peter", which commerates the post resurrection sighting of Jesus in John's gospel( 21:4-17) when seeing the disciples ...
... Church of the Annunciation,this large church was built over a grotto where Mary was visited by the angel who revealed to her that she would become pregnant and give birth to the Messiah.It was all very catholic in style and the building held no signifance for me. Mary or Miriam as here name is in Hebrew is the real story here.Seeing this place full of commercial development ,I was having trouble placing Jesus ...
... with the remains of the starting gates, dignitaries box and turning posts. The seats for the spectators line the one side. The Roman Baths must have been something to see by looking at what is left of the tiled floors and marble columns. Not much is left of Herod's palace; a man was fishing in what is left of the lower palace which is mostly under water. I was very thankful there was a stiff breeze, but even with that, the sun was just beating down on all ...