Jeruselam,  Israel: The Beautiful City of God
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COME VISIT JERUSALEM, ISRAEL WITH US 2014
Sharing a few of the many snapshots
Jerusalem is the Beautiful City of God; built
compacted, joined together to itself. Each
building connects to the building next to it.
The city  physically depicts the way God
joins together with His children spiritually;
also, how He wants us to join together to
one another spiritually and physically. It's all
about Love, Compassion and Forgiveness.
Jerusalem is truly a city that promises
spiritual experiences and excitement!  
It's The Beautiful Powerful City of God!
The Beautiful Garden of Gethsemane where
Jesus came with them to a place called
Gethsemane, and said to the disciples, "Sit
here while I go and pray over there." And
He took with Him Peter and the two sons of
Zebedee, and He began to be sorrowful and
deeply distressed. Then He said to them,
"My soul is exceedingly sorrowful, even to
death. Stay here and watch with Me." He
went a little farther and fell on His face, and
prayed, saying, "O My Father, if it is
possible, let this cup pass from Me;
nevertheless, not as I will, but as You will"  
(Matthew 26:36-39).

There are 8 original Olives trees that are
still in the Garden Of Gethsemane today
that has been preserved since Jesus' time.
The Olive trees trunk are extremely huge
and old and can't be killed, or totally
destroyed. If you cut it down or burn
it--there is something about the Olives
trees that keeps on shooting up, or
sprouting out new growth no matter what's
done to it. (The Olives trees are awesome).
THE Beautiful JORDAN RIVER  where I
was baptised the second time. I was
seven years old the first time.
Amazing!

My Tour Group on Mount Olive faced from the
Wall that divides Old Jerusalem from New
Jerusalem; there are 8 gates in the wall to enter
and exit the cities. You can also see the Temple
Mount / Dome of the Rock. The dome is made of
pure gold.
Status of Prophet Elijah slaying a
baal priest at the Carmelite
Monastery.
The water was extremely cold,
but my spirit  was made
extremely warm and tender
when the loving Spirit of God
came upon me as I was going
down into the water to be
baptized in the Jordan River.  I
was in awe-and many times
teared up as we visited many
of the beautiful Historic places
in Jerusalem, Israel.
(Feb 14, 2014).  
 
The  Jordan River
--
Israel's most important river,
also the Dead Sea.
Jesus was baptized by
John the Baptist
near
Jericho
in the Jordan
River
(Mark 1: 9-11).
House of the Dead Sea Scroll where ancient
manuscripts are kept, that were discovered
between 1947 and 1956 in eleven caves near
Khirbet Qumran.
THE CHURCH OF ALL
NATIONS













The Church is standing near the foot of
Mount Olives in Jerusalem. It is called
the Church of All Nations because many
countries contributed to the
construction, including the US
Pastor Dorsey, Diann &
Taliba  in boat on the Sea of
Galilee
Taliba & Mirri, Our Tour Guide
In Jerusalem, on Mt. Carmel where
Elijah killed the 450 false prophets.
The beautiful view of the plain
below is the Kishonbrook where
the slaying actually took place.
THE GARDEN TOMB on left, THE BURIAL SITE OF JESUS,
HE IS NOT IN THERE: HE IS RISEN, HE IS HERE IN US, AND WITH US!
We were walking toward
the Temple  Mount / Dome
of The Rock, what an
awesome place!  (the
Dome is made of pure
gold; close up view at the
top)
My roommate Cheryl at Mt. Masada

KING DAVID'S TOMB, this
place is on Mt Zion and is
the traditional site of the
tomb of king David, and is
holy to Jews, Christians
and Muslim.  
The Sea of Galilee Boat, also known as the
celebrated
"Jesus Boat," is an ancient
fishing boat found from the 1st century
buried in the mud  near the shore of the
Sea of Galilee.
The city of Nazareth is built on the  
mountain and in the valley. It was here
that Jesus spent his boyhood living
with Joseph and Mary (Luke 1:26-38).
The Western or Wailing Wall
Marked Birth Place of Jesus
Elijah's Altar
The Dead Sea Beach
Outside The Roman Theater
SERMON
ON THE
MOUNT:  

Mount
Beatitudes,
where
Jesus
spoke to
the
multitudes
(Matthew
5:3-16).
"For God so loved the world He gave
His only begotten Son, (to the whole
world) that whoever believes in Him
should not perish but have
everlasting life. For God did not
send His Son into the world to
condemn the world, but that the
world through Him might be saved.
He who believes in Him is not
condemned; but he who does not
believe is condemned already,
because he has not believed in the
name of the only begotten Son of
God"
(John 3: 16-18).
Taliba Standing in front of
baptism site at the Jordan River
Church of Nativity
In Tiberias, Israel with tour group out on the boat
on the Sea of Galilee, going to the museum on the
other side to see what's called "The Jesus boat."
February 12, 2014.  
We took a cable
car up to the top
of the
mountain-it was
exciting! This is
also
where 900
hundred Jews
committed
suicide, rather than
surrender to the
Romans.