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The Garden Tomb – Christ’s Grave?

    The Empty Tomb

    The Empty Tomb Have you ever wondered where Christ’s empty tomb is? Have you ever wished you go visit the grave where they buried our crucified savior? Would you like to see the empty tomb from which He rose? The Garden Tomb in Jerusalem Visiting the Garden Tomb was one of the most meaningful and […]

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    Introduction to Israel – The Desert Shall Bloom

      Israel

      David wrote Psalm 63 while in the wilderness of southern Judah; now known as the Negev.  In Ps. 63:1, David compared his longing for God to the thirst for water in this dry and thirsty land, which is where our tour of Israel began. Our tour progressed roughly chronologically through Bible history, beginning with Abraham […]

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      Shabbat in Jerusalem

        Empty Streets in Jerusalem

        What is Shabbat? “Sabbath” has only one meaning in English.  It is a weekly day of rest.  It originated with the fourth of the 10 Commandments given to Israel (Ex. 20:8-11; Dt. 5:12-15), and was specifically on the seventh day.  “But the seventh day is the sabbath of the LORD thy God: in it thou […]

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        Initial Impressions of Israel – The Sabbath in Tel Aviv

          Sunset over the Med

          Because our group had people traveling from many different states and nations, our tour was scheduled to start from a hotel in Jerusalem, so we all made our own travel arrangements to and from Israel. I decided to arrive a day early to visit Tel Aviv and begin adjusting to the time difference (7-hours). Ben […]

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          My Tour of Israel

            The Flag of Israel

            Many people like to go to Olive Garden to get a “Tour of Italy.” While delicious, that meal is quickly consumed and life moves on.  In June of 2017, I was blessed to go on a Bible study tour of Israel with a wonderful group of Bible believing Christians.  The trip lasted two weeks, and […]

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