Holy Visit to Jerusalem
The journey to Jerusalem is more than sightseeing and mere tourism, it is a spiritual journey and exercise that will strengthen faith and deepens ones relationship with God, seeing and experiencing some of the biblical event and places.
Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity. Send your parents (yourself) and obtain more (parental) blessing.
All the important places in Jerusalem stated in the bible that you have been wanting to get to, you can actually see all this places with just nine (9) days trip to Jerusalem.
Places like Roman
Theater, Herod’s Palace, the Palace of the Roman Procurator (Acts 23:23 and Act26:23 – Paul; Acts 10:20-48 – Peter and Cornelius), the Amphitheater and the Crusaders’ City and Harbour.
Mount Carmel to visit the Monastery of the Muhraka, where Elijah fought with Baal priests. From the roofs of this Monastery, we have a beautiful view of the Jezreel plain. Through the Druze villages, Daliyat El Carmel and Usifiya, we proceed to Haifa for a panoramic view of the city and the harbour.
Galilee, the home of many of Jesus’ disciples. Mt Tabor, the Mount of the Transfiguration (Matt. 17; 1-8),. The top of the Mountain boasts wonderful panoramic view.
Yardenit Baptism Site located on the banks of the Jordan River. Jericho, the most ancient city in the world. Sycamore Tree of the kind which Zacchaeus climbed in order to see Jesus (Lk. 19: 1-10). Qarantal Monastery Climb by cable car to Mt. Temptation and visit Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls where found. We would also be visiting the shores of the dead sea to enjoy a swim in the unique water of Dead Sea.
We would be visiting Bethlehem to visit the church of the Nativity (Luke 2:1-7) after which we return to Jerusalem and drive to the top of the Mount of Olives from which Jesus ascended to heaven after his resurrection. From the Mount, there is a magnificent view over all ancient and modern Jerusalem, the center of the biblical world. We visit the holy shrines on the Mount and walk on down the “Palm Sunday Road” visiting the Chapel of Dominus Flevit (Jesus wept) en route to the Garden of Gesthsemane and the Church of All Nations where Christ prayed. And so on…
Most importantly we would have a visit to Yad Vashem, the Memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. Next, we move to the Israel Museum with its Shrine of the Book (where the Dead Sea scrolls are kept), see the Model of Jerusalem as it was at the time of the Second Temple, then see the Menorah in front of the Knesset – the Israeli Parliament. Also a visit to the Garden Tomb and Gordon’s Golgotha.
We will have a festive ceremony with Tour Staff, cutting the cake and receive certificates and JP badges.
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