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The following photo was taken from the observatory terrace on the top of the cliffs, overlooking the north side of the sea of Galilee. The first two villages are Migdal (center left, where the road bends) and Kibbutz Ginosar (center; on the shore).  Just above that, in the background on the beaches of the lake is  the ancient village of Capernaum. Further to the east is where the Jordan river flows into the lake, and in its background and along the right side of the lake are the Golan…

The following photo was taken from the observatory terrace on the top of the cliffs, overlooking the north side of the sea of Galilee. The first two villages are Migdal (center left, where the road bends) and Kibbutz Ginosar (center; on the shore). Just above that, in the background on the beaches of the lake is the ancient village of Capernaum. Further to the east is where the Jordan river flows into the lake, and in its background and along the right side of the lake are the Golan…

View of the Arbel cliffs from the sea of Galilee, near Magdala.

View of the Arbel cliffs from the sea of Galilee, near Magdala.

Another view of the old city of Capernaum where Jesus walked and lived and also the Blessed Mother. "He entered a boat, made the crossing, and came into his own town. ." -Matthew 9:1 (NABRE)

Another view of the old city of Capernaum where Jesus walked and lived and also the Blessed Mother. "He entered a boat, made the crossing, and came into his own town. ." -Matthew 9:1 (NABRE)

Israel flourishing again after laying dormant for centuries. Just as the Creator promised.  Tanur fall . Metula . viewed from kibbutz Misgav Am . Israel

Israel flourishing again after laying dormant for centuries. Just as the Creator promised. Tanur fall . Metula . viewed from kibbutz Misgav Am . Israel

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Peter going fishing is everyone’s story

Image from http://www.generationword.com/images/israel_pictures/shiloh/shiloh_tabernacle_drawn_lg.jpg.

Image from http://www.generationword.com/images/israel_pictures/shiloh/shiloh_tabernacle_drawn_lg.jpg.

Capernaum-Israel. 3rd century

Capernaum-Israel. 3rd century

Caesarea Philippi was an ancient Roman city located at the southwestern base of Mount Hermon, adjacent to a spring, grotto, and related shrines dedicated to the god Pan. When Jesus passed this way, the area was ruled by Herod the Great’s son Philip, who had renamed the city Caesarea. To distinguish it from the coastal Caesarea Maritima, it became known as Caesarea Philippi.  The city is now uninhabited, an archaeological site in the Golan Heights.

Amphitheatre of el Jem by TravelPod Member Justine28 ... click to see full size!

Caesarea Philippi was an ancient Roman city located at the southwestern base of Mount Hermon, adjacent to a spring, grotto, and related shrines dedicated to the god Pan. When Jesus passed this way, the area was ruled by Herod the Great’s son Philip, who had renamed the city Caesarea. To distinguish it from the coastal Caesarea Maritima, it became known as Caesarea Philippi. The city is now uninhabited, an archaeological site in the Golan Heights.

Yizre'el (Jezreel) Valley, Israel

Yizre'el (Jezreel) Valley, Israel

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