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... couple of waiters arrived carrying a large dish of vegetables and an even larger one with all sorts of grilled meats on it. This we hadn't expected, and we told the waiters that we wouldn't be able to eat it. They were amazed. "Don't you want your main course?" they asked. We just had to decline it and settle for a bit of fruit salad and some coffee. The meal was beautiful, but the quantities were way too much for our small stomachs. We certainly weren't going to bed ...
On Monday, we left the Gai Beach Hotel on the Sea of Galilee and headed south toward the Dead Sea. Walt, our Moody professor guide led us in devotions from Hebrews 11. It's truly a blessing to be on a trip where the focus is on The Lord and His Word.
On the road, we passed by Mt. Tabor, which Catholics believe is the Mount of Transfiguration. There is a massive church built on the top. As we continued on, our Israeli guide talked a ...
... profiting on the sales of skull caps, rosaries, and Arabic head gear. As we walked past the Basilica, a few young Muslims attempted to convert (with little success) the catholic pilgrims (us included) walking past with the distribution of informative brochures about Islam. When the call to prayer was heard, we saw a large group of Muslim men pray on their mats in the open area beneath the Basilica. I suspect if the opposite happened ...
... is a church constructed over the supposed sight of Simon Peter's mother-in-law's house where Jesus lived, ate and performed miracles. Next door is the reconstructed synagogue where Jesus reputedly worshiped, preached and taught. Next door to that, where a Greek Orthodox church has been built (though the public is unable to visit like all other Orthodox sights), is the supposed site where Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount (or on the Sermon on the Plain if you ...
... 8217;far Giladi. After he and Anat married they lived there for 17 years before buying this house in Metula. Their son Eitan, who was born on the kibbutz, is a fourth generation kibbutznik—just about as long a kibbutz lineage as it’s possible to have.
The view from their balcony was spectacular, encompassing three countries. To the south was Israel, with the sizable town of Kiryat Shmona in the distance. It’s often in the news ...