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One of the most joyous holidays in the Jewish calendar, Purim is celebrated annually throughout Jewish communities around the world, starting at sunset on the 13th of the Hebrew month of Adar. Meaning “lots,” as in to draw lots or straws, in ancient Persian, Purim commemorates the Jewish liberation from Haman, who was prime minister...
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Beit Guvrin
Located on the slopes of the Judean Mountains in Central Israel, the roughly 1,200-acre Beit Guvrin National Park is a perennially popular family destination, and it possesses what is quite possibly one of the largest cave systems in the world. Encompassing the ruins of the ancient First Temple-era city of Tel Maresha, Beit Guvrin has...
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Purple Fabric
3 scraps from 1,000 BCE, earliest such finds in region, point to Edomite kingdom described in Bible; vibrant and lasting ‘royal’ dye, mark of the elite, comes from murex sea snails. Israeli researchers have found three textile scraps near the southern tip of Israel colored with the biblically described “argaman” royal purple dye, and dated...
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Trees play an important role in the Bible. A symbol of faith, strength, righteousness, and rebirth, our intimate connection to trees is displayed throughout Scripture. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that Israel—the land of the Bible—has its own celebration in honor of trees. And while it has no direct connection to the Bible,...
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Nestled into Galilee’s eastern shore, at the base of the towering Golan Heights, the city of Ein Gev is one of Israel’s largest and most popular resort towns. But Ein Gev’s early history was fraught with turmoil and conflict. Founded in 1937, Ein Gev was the first settlement, or kibbutz, in the Galilee. Established to...
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Flowing north to south through the Jordan Rift Valley in the center of Israel, the Jordan River carves an impressive 223-mile path beginning at Mount Hermon, into the Sea of Galilee (Kinneret), and ending in the Dead Sea. It is Israel’s most important source in quenching a dry land. But it is the Jordan’s biblical...
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Considered to be the gateway to the desert, the Negev Region comprises more than 60% of Israel’s landmass. Bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, the Sinai Desert, the Moab Mountains, and the Judean Desert, the Negev possesses a wealth of natural facets and resources, including stark mountains, cratered canyons, hidden wadis, and sand dunes. While it...
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Hanukkah, also known as the “Festival of Lights,” is a very special time of year for Jewish people in Israel and all over the world. Jesus also celebrated Hanukkah (John 10:22). If you happen to be in Israel during the Hanukkah season, you’ll find plenty of ways to celebrate and enjoy all that it has...
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John’s account of Jesus healing the man blind from birth (John 9:1-41) is one of the longest Gospel narratives of the miracles of Jesus and demonstrates the great compassion and power of Jesus in the life of a man who was, according to the Lord, not blind because of sin, but so that “God’s works...
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If you are planning a trip to Israel, consider extending your journey to Turkey—once known as Asia Minor—the place where the Apostles walked and the backdrop for the churches of Revelation. Istanbul From Israel, fly into Istanbul, Turkey’s most populous city and one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Its designation as a European...
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