Valley of the Shadow of Death From Psalm 23, but also the road that we think of when speaking of the Good Samaritan.
Remnants of a Palace that Herod built in the Valley of the Shadow of Death, today is a monastery. Proof that in the darkest and driest of places that there is hope just around the corner.
The only Sycamore Tree in Jericho, the location where Zacchaeus Climbed the Sycamore Tree to be able to see Jesus among the Crowd. The tree is old enough to have been around in the 1st Century.
Picture taken from Shepherds Field in Bethlehem, the field has ties to Ruth and Boaz in the Old Testament, and is commemorated as the field that the shepherds stood in in our Christams Story as the Angels appeared to them in the Sky. “DO NOT BE AFRAID”
Taken from Caves at Qumran, (the location the Dead Sea Scrolls were found) we see advanced Water systems with sprititual cleansing baths in the foreground, but beyond in the back ground we see the Dead Sea.
Taken from the Mount of Olives we see the Old City of Jerusalem and the Walls of the City. The Dome of the Rock, (the Gold Temple) is the Mosque that Muslims face to too pray daily, and is the site of the Temple for Muslims, Christians, and Jews.
Picture of the Holy City, David’s City
The Jordan River (Commemorated site of Jesus Baptism)
Sea of Galilee, Place where Jesus walks on water, where Jesus calms the sea.
1st Century Boat found at the Floor of the Galilean Sea.
Ruins of a SYNAGOGUE in Magdala, town of Mary Magdalene.
Small Chapel in Catholic Church in Magadala. Beautiful painting of the Hemorrhaging Women fighting through the crowd to just touch Jesus Robs. In hopes of Healing. Jesus tells her, Her Faith has made her whole.