Do you keep a prayer list? Me too. Can I be direct? It seems like every day I need to update my prayer list and also renew my commitment to pray. That’s why I use this very practical prayer
“Our feet are standing within thy gates, O Jerusalem. Jerusalem, that art built as a city that is compact together.” Psalm 122:2–3
Thank you so much for joining me on our 31 Days to Discover Israel journey. I have
Welcome back. I hope you are ready to do some hiking today. We are going to “walk the wall” of the Old City of Jerusalem and chat a bit about the various City Gates.
The Old City of
Thanks for stopping by. Today we are going to spend time at Jericho. Jericho, remember the story in in Joshua 6:1-27?
1 Now the gates of Jericho were securely barred because of the Israelites. No one went out and
Thanks for staying with me for the long haul. Can you believe our thirty-one day journey is almost finished? I am so excited to show you what is in store for today: Megiddo and the Plain of Armageddon.
Greetings, pilgrim. Today’s stop will be to remember The Holocaust (HaShoah, in Hebrew) refers to the systematic murder of more than six million Jews orchestrated by Adolph Hitler and the National Socialist (Nazi) Party in Europe during World War II.
Enjoy a quick, virtual tour of Israel below—do any of the places look familiar from the spots we’ve visited so far on the blog?
Have a happy Independence Day!
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Greetings, travelers! We are now here at Masada. This is a very historical site built by the maniacal and paranoid King Herod, it was one of the many castles he used to regularly escape when he grew fearful of
This is going to be an exciting day. We are going to tour Jacob’s Well in Shekem.
Jacob’s Well is the place where Jesus asked a Samaritan woman for a drink and offered her “living water.” This refreshing place
Shiloh is known as the religious capital of Israel during the times of the Judges. Remarkably, it spans 4,000 years of continuous settlement starting from the 18th century BC. Shiloh was an assembly place for the people of Israel