I have been to Israel twice and am going for a third time in December of this year. As a Christian, it has been very enriching to get a cultural perspective and and physical picture of the things that I have only read about and imagined. There is truly nothing like it. Walking places that Jesus, the disciples, even Abraham walked is just an amazing experience. And it truly is a beautiful country. I remember on my first trip when we left feeling like I was leaving home. It was very strange. But I've been fortunate enough to be able to visit again. I've written a hub about some of my feelings the first time I walked by the Sea of Galilee.
Have you been?
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