Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path
Experience the Bible like never before as its stories and passages come to life right before your eyes. Walk where Christ walked when He was on earth and be filled with wonder at places you’ve only read about in the Bible. See the field where the angels declared His birth, gaze at the place where He was crucified for our sins, and rest in the garden where His empty tomb testifies of His complete and perfect work. The precious memories of having walked in the holy land will stay with you long after your visit, and your walk with God will never be the same again!
WALK WHERE CHRIST WALK
God designed the land of Israel as the grand stage where all the bible stories would be played out. He fashioned every hill and valley, every rock and stream on this set. By seeing and walking this “grand stage”, we will be able to better understand and appreciate the bible stories. It will give us the context to understand what was important to people of the Bible, how they lived, how they related to each other, and who their friends and enemies were.
May you be richly blessed as you go as a blessing!
THE HOLY LAND
In the whole earth, there is one territory that is more precious to God than any other. He calls Israel the “apple of His eye” (Zechariah 2:8). In the whole of Israel, there is one city that is more precious to God than any other. He said, “In Jerusalem shall My Name be forever” (2 Chronicles 33:4). In Jerusalem, there is one piece of land that is more precious to God than any other. This is the Temple Mount (Mount Moriah), where Abraham was prepared to sacrifice Isaac (Gen 22), where David was told to erect an altar to the Lord (1 Chronicles 21:18) and where Solomon built the Temple of God (1 Kings 5,6, 2 Chronicles 2-7) designed by God (1 Chronicles 28:12,19). This is where God said, “My eyes will be open and My ears attentive to prayer made in this place”
(2 Chronicles 7:15).