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Explore Jerusalem’s Gates
There are many stories which connect to the walls of Jerusalem, but it is the story of its gates which holds particular significance. And while the gates in biblical times were in slightly different locations, the present gates offer passage into the four quarters of the city are part of walls which were built in...
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Israeli Wineries—God’s Promises Fulfilled
They shall build houses and inhabit them; They shall plant vineyards and eat their fruit. Isaiah 65:21 The people of Israel have been making wine for centuries—even as early as the time of Noah, where the Bible says he planted a vineyard and enjoyed its fruits (Genesis 9:20). Winemaking is referenced throughout the New Testament...
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Christmas in the Holy Land
What better way to celebrate the miracle of Jesus’ birth than to spend Christmas where He was born … in Israel! In a country where only 2.5% of the population identifies as Christian, Christmas still is a popular holiday across Israel, and is openly celebrated in many cities and towns. And if you need extra...
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Olive Oil | Center of Israeli Culture
Israel is renowned for many things, and arguably one of its most notable is its olive oil. Israel’s olive trees have dominated its landscape for centuries … perhaps millennia. According to estimates, of the 800 million olive trees worldwide, 93% grow in the Mediterranean region. A major cash crop, olive plantations comprise approximately 85,000 acres...
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Rosh Hanikra
In the far northwestern tip of Israel’s Western Galilee region, along the Mediterranean coastline, visitors will encounter the jagged white cliffs and clear turquoise waters of Rosh Hanikra. Long a favorite among tourists, Rosh Hanikra’s most notable features are the network of caves and grottoes carved into its white cliffs battered for centuries by the...
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Hanukkah | The Festival of Lights
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. The holiday originated over 2,000 years ago, when the Jewish people were ruled by the oppressive Syrian king Antiochus, who looted and desecrated the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem, outlawed the...
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Tombs of Absalom and Zechariah | The Kidron Valley
Near the Old City of Jerusalem, in the foothills of the Mount of Olives, is the 20-mile long Kidron Valley. Also known as the biblical King’s Valley—derived from its location just east of the palace in the City of David— the Kidron Valley is mentioned multiple times throughout scripture, and has seen plenty of foot...
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Tel Be’er Sheva | Home to the Jewish Forefathers
Located in the Negev Desert, and just a scant few miles from the more modern city of Beersheba, lies the Tel Be’er Sheva National Park, a massive archaeological site which contains the ruins of what is believed to be the biblical city of Beersheba. Remarkably well-preserved, Tel Be’er Sheva was once a vital strategic and...
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A visit to the ancient site of Magdala in Northern Israel is not complete without seeing the visually striking Duc in Altum (Latin for “put out into the deep” based on Luke 5:4) worship center. Facing the Sea of Galilee, the church is a monument to the ministry of Christ and His followers and is widely considered...
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Holidays in Israel Simchat Torah
At the conclusion of Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, Jewish communities throughout the world begin a joyous and colorful celebration called Simchat Torah, a spectacular holiday focusing on the gift and significance of the Torah, a compilation of ancient and sacred texts that serve as a means of instruction, or guidance, for how one should...
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