Jan 16th - Jan 19th 2022
Explore the selection of 1 Hour 360 degree interactive tours below
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Monday 16th Jan
Old Jaffa, “Gateway to Zion”, understanding the geo-political circumstances for Jonah’s flight from God via the Jaffa port, and the peculiar hungry vision given to Simon Peter on Simon the Tanner’s Jaffa rooftop.
Memorial to the founders of Tel Aviv and Hall of Independance. Where the founders of Israeli society godless or led by Biblical prophecy?
City of david pt 1
We start at the roof-top outlook of David’s Palace, then we descend to observe the walls of the city and talk about the difficult life in the city at the point of the Babylonian destruction. We even find an ancient toilet that reveals to us some shocking details
city of david pt 2
Explore the challenge and expression of faith from King Hezakaiah’s choices, Isaiah’s celebration of Salvation, and Yeshua healing a blind man. Conclude at the start of the great “Pilgrimage Road” ascending to the Temple Mount
Tuesday 17th jan
Pool of Siloam
Jerusalem archeological park
Tour of the prominent entry; the southern steps of Temple Mount to discuss the Spiritual Ascension to the House of the Lord, and why the Shavu’ot event of Acts 2 and the out-pouring of the Holy Spirit took place up here.
wednesday 18th jan
Tour of Holy Precinct to understand the Jewish concept of the “foundation stone of all creation” and God ruling as king and righteous judge from the Holy of Holies providing liberty through justice for all the nations. Discuss the Christian and Muslim conflicts over the city as the center for historical, geo-political conflict of religious empires
Walk through Gethsemane garden grove of ancient olive trees, explain how olive trees were used for crucifixion, and oil production from which developed the concept of “Messiah” and thus Yeshua’s choice to yield to his Father’s will. Then how through Messiah’s work the wild olive shoots of the Gentiles would get grafted into the cultivated olive tree of Israel. Conclude with the appreciation of the Church of All Nations.
Jerusalem Museum to see model of 1st Century Jerusalem’s Golden Age, the city Yeshua knew and as it was on the eve of the Roman destruction. How to envision the city when reading the Gospels and Acts of the Apostles.
Thursday 19th jan
Ancient and modern Shiloh where the Tabernacle first stood for hundreds of years as the tribes of Israel settled Canaan. Discuss the “shadow-copy” concept and the centrality of sacrifice for the expression and power of worship.
Mount Gerazim; “Mount Blessing”. With an introduction to the Samaritan people and their ancient temple, destroyed and rebuilt as a Byzantine Church, we have the opportunity to think about Yeshua’s discussion with the Samaritan woman concerning “worshiping in spirit and in truth”.
From up here we also have a view of Mount Ebal, the city of Shechem between the two mountains and therefore discuss the Covenant renewal God instructed the tribes of Israel to first perform upon and between these two mountain upon the conquest of Canaan.
View over modern Nablus (Shechem) under Palistinian Authority (Area A), and Palistinian refugee camp. Brief discussion on political circumstances and conflict.