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Spent the 3rd night in Nazareth
Sea of Galilee for a boat ride, fed the birds, sang songs. Almost missed this because of the weather. So glad we didn't.
Driving, site where Jesus may have been baptized in the Jordan
2nd stop - Bet She'an city, roman city.
3rd stop - Belvoir , kokhav hayarden national park. Fortress on top of the mountain. Moat surrounded.
4th stop - baptisms in the River Jordan, our new friends Tracy and Kendell were ...
... Our driver pulled off for a short break at a convenience store in Deir Alla, and, when we tried to buy a drink, he treated us both. That was a great surprise! Even more surprising was the fact that all three girls were sitting in the taxi parked right in front of us--and we had never seen each other on the road the whole time. I had accidentally left my map of Jordan in the taxi center, but Aubrea had picked it up and so I was able to get it back just in time ...
... other subject in school.
Our first stop was at Gideon's pool. Walt read from Judges 6. The pool there is the actual confirmed place where the 300 fighting men were chosen (by cupping the water compared to lapping the water) to fight the Midianites. I always pictured a beach-like setting; it's a spring that forms a pool encircled by rocks, not sand in the foothills. We were reminded by Scripture that we may not feel well equipped or ...
We started out a little earlier this morning, which was good, because we packed in a lot of fun and sightseeing today.
We drove west out of Yavne'el, over to Mt. Tabor, believed to be the site of the transfiguration of Jesus. I know this will shock you, but they built a church on it. We had big plans for exploring elsewhere, so we didn't stop, but we did do a drive by.
From there, we drove up into Nazareth to Nazareth ...
... shirts cheaper than Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Safed’s Jewish community traced their roots back to the time of the expulsion from Spain in 1492 and for centuries, the minority Jews and majority Muslims got along fine with occasional outbreaks of violence against the Jews. However, during the 1900’s Zionism and Arab Nationalism divided the community, in 1929 Safed was the scene an attack on Jews by their Arab ...