King Solomon's Temple 953 BC.  Built by King Solomon , David's son, following  the detailed instructions by God Himself. It was destroyed by the Babalonians, rebuilt and destroyed a second time by the Romans in 70 AD

King Solomon's Temple 953 BC. Built by King Solomon , David's son, following the detailed instructions by God Himself. It was destroyed by the Babalonians, rebuilt and destroyed a second time by the Romans in 70 AD

Steps to the temple in Jerusalem (south end of Temple Mount--1 of 2 places we know Jesus stepped

Steps to the temple in Jerusalem (south end of Temple Mount--1 of 2 places we know Jesus stepped

Jerusalén, Israel. El Muro Occidental o Kotel se encuentra en la ciudad vieja de Jerusalén, a los pies de la parte occidental del Monte del Templo.

The 100 Most Famous Landmarks Around The World

Jerusalén, Israel. El Muro Occidental o Kotel se encuentra en la ciudad vieja de Jerusalén, a los pies de la parte occidental del Monte del Templo.

This arrowhead was recently found in Jerusalem in material retrieved from the Temple Mount. It is of the type used by the Babylonian army that destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem in 586 BC.

This arrowhead was recently found in Jerusalem in material retrieved from the Temple Mount. It is of the type used by the Babylonian army that destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem in 586 BC.

A Do Not Enter sign in the Second Temple in Jerusalem marking a section which was off-limits for the ritually impure:  Ancient Temple Mount ‘warning’ stone is ‘closest thing we have to the Temple’

A Do Not Enter sign in the Second Temple in Jerusalem marking a section which was off-limits for the ritually impure: Ancient Temple Mount ‘warning’ stone is ‘closest thing we have to the Temple’

Ezra & Nehemiah--a lesson for kids and preteens on Ezra, Nehemiah, and the rebuilding of the temple and the wall in Jerusalem with a fun project/snack to illustrate!

Ezra & Nehemiah

Ezra & Nehemiah--a lesson for kids and preteens on Ezra, Nehemiah, and the rebuilding of the temple and the wall in Jerusalem with a fun project/snack to illustrate!

The Jehoash Inscription describes repairs made to the 1st. temple in Jerusalem by Jehoash, son of King Ahaziah of Judah, corresponding to the account in 2 Kings 12 Some believe this is a forgery but Prof. Ronny Reich one of the founders of the Israel Antiquities Authority stated “the inscription appears to me to be authentic, because it's hard for me to believe that a forger could be so knowledgeable in all aspects of the inscription (the physical, paleographic, linguistic and biblical…

The Jehoash Inscription describes repairs made to the 1st. temple in Jerusalem by Jehoash, son of King Ahaziah of Judah, corresponding to the account in 2 Kings 12 Some believe this is a forgery but Prof. Ronny Reich one of the founders of the Israel Antiquities Authority stated “the inscription appears to me to be authentic, because it's hard for me to believe that a forger could be so knowledgeable in all aspects of the inscription (the physical, paleographic, linguistic and biblical…

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