Day 7

-Struggling Together in Community-

A morning stroll to catch the sunrise of the Galilee.
A morning stroll to catch the sunrise of the Galilee.
The river of Jordan rushing through the nature reserve of Tel Dan.
The river of Jordan rushing through the nature reserve of Tel Dan.
Omrit, the place where Herod the Great built a magnificent Temple to Zeus, the chief Roman god.
Omrit, the place where Herod the Great built a magnificent Temple to Zeus, the chief Roman god.
This is the ancient city of Dan, where Abraham came to rescue Lot after bringing his fighting force of 300 men 80 miles from Beersheva. How far will you go to rescue someone in need?
This is the ancient city of Dan, where Abraham came to rescue Lot after bringing his fighting force of 300 men, 80 miles from Beersheva. How far will you go to rescue someone in need?
This is where the Temple of the god Pan stood in  the days of Jesus. The hole in the wall was often referred to as the gates of Hades.
This is where the Temple of the god Pan stood in the days of Jesus. The hole in the wall was often referred to as the gates of Hades.
Mt. Hermon. No snow capped peak this time of year.
Mt. Hermon. No snow capped peak this time of year.
The view from Syrian bunkers looking across the border into Syria. We heard rocket fire in the distance from the civil war in Syria.
The view from ex-Syrian bunkers looking across the border into Syria. We heard rocket fire in the distance from the civil war in Syria.
The ancient town of Gamla, the home of the last rebel group of Zealots in the Galilee region. The Romans killed 3000 of them while 2000 committed suicide by jumping off the cliff with their family. A very sad ending......
The ancient town of Gamla, the home of the last rebel group of Zealots in the Galilee region. The Romans killed 3000 of them while 2000 committed suicide by jumping off the cliff with their family. A very sad ending……

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