Watch this short informational video about a tour by Jerusalem Center for Bible Translators.
If you are planning, however, to visit Israel this coming year, here is something for you to consider. “Taglit HaMaayan” is a new program, launched by my local congregation. We are offering a special format that enables tourists to visit the land and study the Bible on site from great Messianic teachers.
Graeme writes, "The great storm of January 2015 had descended upon northern Israel bringing with it heavy rains, cold weather and snow to altitudes above 600 meters while other parts of Israel dealt with flooding and high-velocity winds."
"Many believers have the desire to make the pilgrimage to Israel to experience the places of legendary history. In addition to visiting the sacred sites and walking where Yeshua walked, we will worship and pray together, share meals, and spend quality time in fellowship."
This is the fifth of eleven parts of Israel Unveiled Volume 1: The Sea of Galilee.
"On the Mount of Olives, there is a small chapel built as a memorial to the time when Jesus wept over Jerusalem (Luke 19:41-44)...It is shaped like a teardrop to symbolize the tears Jesus shed."
Graeme writes, "The following story is a prelude - an insight, to grasp the depth of the drama that unfolded in Beersheba on that historic day."
This is the third part of eleven of Israel Unveiled Vol. 1: Mt. of Beatitudes .
Travel 9 Days from “Dan to Beersheva” and become acquainted with the lay of the land while visiting major biblical sites. Touring days will be supplemented by evening lectures and readings to help prepare and orientate you for the day ahead.
Many people come to Israel wanting to “walk where Jesus walked”, and of course, you can. But there is one spot that has been unearthed recently that we can be sure that Jesus stood, that was recently found (as these things often are) by accident. It’s called Magdala.