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Pastor’s Holy Land Trip. Day 3 - A Wednesday November 7 th , 2012. Galilee. The Rift Valley. The Holy Land is literally torn in two. A continental rift runs down the Sea of Galilee through the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, the Gulf of Aquaba , the Red Sea, and into Africa.

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pastor s holy land trip
Pastor’s Holy Land Trip

Day 3 - A

Wednesday

November 7th, 2012

the rift valley
The Rift Valley
  • The Holy Land is literally torn in two.
  • A continental rift runs down the Sea of Galilee through the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, the Gulf of Aquaba, the Red Sea, and into Africa.
  • This rift means Galilee is 700 feet below sea level. Black volcanic rock abounds.
the sea of galilee
The Sea of Galilee
  • The greatest depth is 150 feet deep.
  • It is 7 miles wide, 14 miles long.
  • In Hebrew, it is called Lake Kenneret (Harp).
  • The water is very clean. I took a swim in it. People say it is cold but I consider it warm according to Minnesota standards.
  • It is not a sea. It is below sea level, not salty, and not connected to an ocean.
the sea of galilee1
The Sea of Galilee
  • The temperature difference between Galilee and Jerusalem is typcially 10 – 12 degress.
  • While we were there, a cold front did come through just before we left for Jerusalem. Galilee was in the 90’s. Jerusalem was in the 60’s.
  • The altitude difference between the two is about 3400 feet.
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So much happened in such a small area.

Capernum

Mount Beatitudes

Feeding of 5000

Commissioning of Peter

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Beatitudes

Capernum

if i were to preach i would look for natural auditorium there is one do you see it
If I were to preach, I would look for natural auditorium.There is one. Do you see it?
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In my mind, look for Natural Arena. The Greek word for mount is oros. It means hilll or mount, not necessarily a great big mountain.