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The entrance to the cave where Jesus spent 40 days and 40 nights - Monastery of theTemptation

The entrance to the cave where Jesus spent 40 days and 40 nights - Monastery of theTemptation

The cave where, according to tradition, Jesus spent 40 days and 40 nights, is located within the Monastery of the Temptation (Quruntal): An ancient monastery that is built along a cliff overlooking the city of Jericho and the Jordan Valley.

The cave where, according to tradition, Jesus spent 40 days and 40 nights, is located within the Monastery of the Temptation (Quruntal): An ancient monastery that is built along a cliff overlooking the city of Jericho and the Jordan Valley.

Icon of Jesus being tempted by the Devil at the Monastery at the top of the Mount of Temptation. Simply breathtakingly beautiful!

Icon of Jesus being tempted by the Devil at the Monastery at the top of the Mount of Temptation. Simply breathtakingly beautiful!

Inside the Monastery at the top of the Mount of Temptation

Inside the Monastery at the top of the Mount of Temptation

Inside the Monastery at the top of the Mount of Temptation where Jesus was tempted by the Devil.

Inside the Monastery at the top of the Mount of Temptation where Jesus was tempted by the Devil.

Nazareth.  The Basilica of the Annunciation. Historically the location where the angel Gabriel told Mary she would give birth to Jesus.

Nazareth. The Basilica of the Annunciation. Historically the location where the angel Gabriel told Mary she would give birth to Jesus.

A narrow alley within the Monastery of the Temptation (Quruntal). This ancient monastery is perched along the liffs of Mount Temptation, near Jericho, where Jesus spent 40 days and 40 nights

A narrow alley within the Monastery of the Temptation (Quruntal). This ancient monastery is perched along the liffs of Mount Temptation, near Jericho, where Jesus spent 40 days and 40 nights

Hebron Tombs of the Patriarchs Israel;  The Machpelah  Genesis 23 records the purchase by Abraham of a plot of ground in Hebron for a burial cave for his wife Sarah.  In a deal that foreshadows many such other Middle Eastern deals, Abraham paid an outrageous 400 shekels of silver to Ephron the Hittite.  Later Abraham, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob and Leah would be buried here. Bibleplaces

Hebron Tombs of the Patriarchs Israel; The Machpelah Genesis 23 records the purchase by Abraham of a plot of ground in Hebron for a burial cave for his wife Sarah. In a deal that foreshadows many such other Middle Eastern deals, Abraham paid an outrageous 400 shekels of silver to Ephron the Hittite. Later Abraham, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob and Leah would be buried here. Bibleplaces

Following Jesus- 5 Most important sites any Christian should Visit in Israel

Following Jesus- 5 Most important sites any Christian should Visit in Israel

Teen Whose Heart Stopped for 20 Minutes Says He Saw Jesus

GOOD NEWS Teen Whose Heart Stopped for 20 Minutes Says He Saw Jesus

Teen Whose Heart Stopped for 20 Minutes Says He Saw Jesus

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