The steps down to the Garden of Gethsemane. I wonder how it would feel to walk in the path that Jesus walked...

The steps down to the Garden of Gethsemane. I wonder how it would feel to walk in the path that Jesus walked...

‎The Jewish high court of justice consisted of 71 men and was led by the high priest. The council could decide almost any fate of its people—except the death penalty, which was decided by the Romans. The court was located within the Chamber of Hewn Stone inside Herod’s Temple.

‎The Jewish high court of justice consisted of 71 men and was led by the high priest. The council could decide almost any fate of its people—except the death penalty, which was decided by the Romans. The court was located within the Chamber of Hewn Stone inside Herod’s Temple.

Entrance to the Garden of Gethsemane and the Golden Gate in the distance. Sealed by Suleiman the Great to prevent the return of Christ.

Entrance to the Garden of Gethsemane and the Golden Gate in the distance. Sealed by Suleiman the Great to prevent the return of Christ.

Archaeology confirms the historical references made in the Bible of a Roman Governor named Pontius Pilate, the procurator who ordered Jesus’ crucifixion. In June 1961 Italian archaeologists led by Dr. Frova were excavating near Caesarea and uncovered a limestone block. On the face is an inscription, which is part of a larger dedication to Tiberius Caesar and clearly says, “Pontius Pilate, Prefect of Judea.” This is the only known occurrence of the name Pontius Pilate in any ancient…

Archaeology confirms the historical references made in the Bible of a Roman Governor named Pontius Pilate, the procurator who ordered Jesus’ crucifixion. In June 1961 Italian archaeologists led by Dr. Frova were excavating near Caesarea and uncovered a limestone block. On the face is an inscription, which is part of a larger dedication to Tiberius Caesar and clearly says, “Pontius Pilate, Prefect of Judea.” This is the only known occurrence of the name Pontius Pilate in any ancient…

Vestments of the High Priest and priest.  When the First and Second Temples were built, the priests assumed their roles in the permanent structures on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. They were divided into 24 groups, each group consisting of 6 priestly families. Each of the 24 served for one complete week, with each of the 6 serving one day per week, on the Sabbath all six worked in tandem. On the biblical festivals all 24 were present in the Temple for duty.

Vestments of the High Priest and priest. When the First and Second Temples were built, the priests assumed their roles in the permanent structures on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. They were divided into 24 groups, each group consisting of 6 priestly families. Each of the 24 served for one complete week, with each of the 6 serving one day per week, on the Sabbath all six worked in tandem. On the biblical festivals all 24 were present in the Temple for duty.

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