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MY VISIT TO THE WAILING WALL

The Western Wall is what remains of the Temple of Solomon. The first temple was built by Solomon in the tenth century BC and was destroyed by the Babylonians in 586 BC. 610 more words

November 24 @ Zechariah 8-14

Zechariah 8-14 (NLT) 

Discover His heart: He is the God who does the impossible

One of the highlights of my life to date was a trip I took several years ago to visit the Holy Land.  542 more words

Daily Devotions

Chipped Saucers, Tiny Spoons

..
I stop by for a cup of tea
and a song, but instead she
says We are all a little broken
,
and I know she’s right, that… 136 more words

Western Wall

Jerusalem – Israel

The Wailing Wall is an ancient limestone wall in the Old City of Jerusalem. It is a relatively small segment of a far longer ancient retaining wall, known also in its entirety as the “Western Wall”.  35 more words

Travel

Day 7 - Speak To The Mountain

peak to the Mountain

Herodion

As the name implies, Herod the Great built the Herodion.  This large desert hill was used both as a fortress retreat for Herod to escape Jerusalem in the event of rebellion, and as his mausoleum.   1,348 more words

Israel

Day 9 - 19th June 2018 - Western Wall, Wailing Wall or Kotel

Upon walking into the Old City through Jaffa Gate, we weaved our way through the ancient, narrow and eclectic city streets, past beggars and colourful shops, young boys pushing produce carts and Hasidic Jews, whilst making our way to the Western Wall. 199 more words

Pilgrimage

Thin Places

A Sermon for 26 August 2018

A reading of Psalm 84.  Listen for God’s word to us in this beautiful Psalm believed to be inspired by pilgrims’ annual journeys to Jerusalem for Temple festivals.  1,765 more words

Sermons