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This period between Passover and Shavuot is known as the “counting of the Omer.” The Omer is a measurement of barley, which was one of the sacrificial elements presented in the Temple at Passover. Passover commemorates the people of Israel’s freedom from slavery in Egypt.
When you come to Israel, you will experience Jewish culture, biblical history, and Israeli hospitality. It is more than just a land, or a country, or a state. Israel is alive. It is a reality, a people, and a spiritual legacy.
The number of days you spend in Israel affects the pace of your tour, how much you will be able to see, as well as the overall cost of the trip. Once you travel to Israel, it is typically best to stay as long as schedule and budget will allow.
From pagan immoral culture to corrupt politicians, assassination plots, conspiracies, beauty pageants, miracles, and a razor-edge last minute rescue, the story of Esther keeps every reader spell bound from beginning to the very end.
Tu Bisvhat is Israel's "Arbor Day", the "New Year" or "Birthday" of trees. In 2020 it is celebrated on February 10th.
Perched on a hilltop just north from Jerusalem is the beautiful community of Beth-El, a thriving town of hundreds of families, educational institutions, small industries and businesses. With a geographical elevation higher than Jerusalem, the modern Israeli community was founded in 1977 in the area of the ancient biblical town of Beth El.
Last night we worshiped by the Western Wall in Jerusalem with thousands of Christian Pilgrims from all over the world during one of the special events our SAR-EL team is hosting these days in Israel.
If you’re reading this blog, chances are you don’t need to be convinced that a trip to Israel could be a life changing experience. On the other hand, maybe you’re here because you’re still on the fence. Below are just a few of the many reasons visitors have found Israel more than worth it.
According to the creation account in the book of Genesis, mankind was given a tract of land, the Garden of Eden, at the very start of the human journey to become their own PLACE to “tend and to keep” (Genesis 2:15).
The seasons and the festivals of Israel are good considerations for planning your tour.
“Many people shall come and say, “Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the LORD, to the house of the God of Jacob; He will teach us His ways, and we shall walk in His paths.” For out of Zion shall go forth the law and the word of the LORD from Jerusalem.” (Isaiah 2:3).
Describing the historic invasion of Judea by Antiochus Epiphanes (the Macedonian Seleucid Emperor), Daniel used a unique term, saying,“He shall … enter the Glorious Land…”(Daniel 11:41), or “ERETS HAZVI” (אֶרֶץ הַצְּבִי)in the Hebrew language. The term appears nearly 30 times in the Bible, and it can mean, "The land of the ornament" or "The land of the gazelle," signifying beauty and splendor.
"Restore our captivity, O LORD, as the streams in the South." (Psalm 126:4)
Traveling through this Holy Land will deepen your relationship with God. However, studying the scriptures as you visit biblical sites will challenge perceptions and change the way you read your Bible.
Cana of Galilee is best known as the place where, according to John 2:1-11, Jesus performed “the first of his signs”, his first public miracle, by turning water into wine at a wedding feast.
Start in Cairo, Egypt, tour through to Israel, end in Jordan departing Amman airport. This tour can start in Amman, end in Cairo
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