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... here. Also, literally right next door, we swung in the Church of the Virgin Mary on the way back to the bus at the end of the day to see the site where Mary's spirit resided for three days before ascending back to heaven. Of course, this was obviously neither the site of such an occurrence nor was the historical “record” of this event anything close to real in comparison to the much more reliable testimony and evidence for the approximate location ...
... don't hear and see these noises and flashes of light off in the distant again. Tonight I pray for safety and protection over the next few days in Israel, and I hope that I make it safely to my next destination!
"O Lord, may your love protect me on my journey and guard me from perils on the way. May I reach my destination in peace and fulfill my mission. May I return to my home with joy and in peace. ...
Day 9: Bethlehem: the Baptist: Roots: Goodbye
We are packing and getting ready to fly home – some quick thoughts about today:
- Bethlehem is a Palestinian town – it was a little unsettling as we had to switch buses (no Israelis are allowed in Palestine by order of the State of Israel) as we entered territory administered by the ...
... is 7 miles south of Jerusalem. It is a somewhat run down and crumbling. The Church of the Nativity was built by Emperor Constantine in 327 AD. It hosts 3 religious groups--Greek Orthodox, Armenian and Franciscan. They each have a section of the huge Church for their place of worship.
Bethlehem is in the West Bank. We had to pass through a security check point heavily guarded by Palestinian soldiers. ...
... up in November to a conservative synagogue that held an event for the 25th anniversary of the Women of the Wall so we could meet and hear one of the founders of the group speak. We had a great time participating in the Torah service and we listened as this woman spoke of her experiences over the years of being yelled at and being berated by not only the men at the Kotel but the Orthodox women too.
My interest was heightened even more, and I started following the Women of ...