Finding Nehemiah’s Wall

Part of our tour group relaxing near Nehemiah's Wall Hi friends! I still have Israel on my mind, so when I saw the following article I was transported in my mind right back to our recent trip to Israel where, one sunny afternoon, we sat right in front of Nehemiah's Wall! There, we read the …

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Tour Rewind: Temple Mount, Pools of Bethesda, Southern Steps, City of David

Replica of what Temple Mount looked like in Jesus' day (This view is from the southeastern corner.) Once in Jerusalem, the pace picks up and there is much more walking and less bus time. The city and the sites are much more crowded, and the skills of bus drivers in traffic are put to the …

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A Day in Jerusalem

Shalom from the City of God! (I love saying that!) After entering Jerusalem last night, we spent our first day touring there today. Time after time we see the Lord's blessing and favor (though we are all so unworthy of such!) Israel is packed with tourists, yet often the Lord has given us a favorable …

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More History Revealed beneath the Pilgrim Road

Recently, a significant portion of the ancient Pilgrim Road, leading from the Pool of Siloam to the entrance to Temple Mount, was opened to the public. But that historic road is not the only major historical discovery. Also found there was the water tunnel lying beneath the Pilgrim Road. Watch the short report below to …

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