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Steps to the temple in Jerusalem (south end of Temple Mount--1 of 2 places we know Jesus stepped

Steps to the temple in Jerusalem (south end of Temple Mount--1 of 2 places we know Jesus stepped

Zion Gate, Jerusalem. Zion Gate is one of the primary access points to the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City. During the Israeli war for independence in 1948, Jewish paramilitary forces assaulted the gate in an effort to gain access to the Old City. It was riddled with bullet holes during their fighting with Jordanian troops. The damage remains there today. (V)

Zion Gate, Jerusalem. Zion Gate is one of the primary access points to the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City. During the Israeli war for independence in 1948, Jewish paramilitary forces assaulted the gate in an effort to gain access to the Old City. It was riddled with bullet holes during their fighting with Jordanian troops. The damage remains there today. (V)

Entrance to the Garden of Gethsemane and the Golden Gate in the distance. Sealed by Suleiman the Great to prevent the return of Christ.

Entrance to the Garden of Gethsemane and the Golden Gate in the distance. Sealed by Suleiman the Great to prevent the return of Christ.

Today, visitors can walk along the top of the walls of Jerusalem on which watchmen and soldiers once protected the city's residents

Today, visitors can walk along the top of the walls of Jerusalem on which watchmen and soldiers once protected the city's residents

Loved this so much. Number one place I wanna go back to. Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Loved this so much. Number one place I wanna go back to. Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Noah’s Ark Blueprints Found—4,000-Year-Old Detailed Instructions: photo 3

Noah’s Ark Blueprints Found—4,000-Year-Old Detailed Instructions: photo 3

Moraine Lake - Rocky Mountains - Canada

Moraine Lake - Rocky Mountains - Canada

Aprendizaje vicario.

Aprendizaje vicario.

Jerusalem; " I walked today where Jesus walked, and felt his presence there" The Southern steps of the temple mount where Jesus walked to the temple

Jerusalem; " I walked today where Jesus walked, and felt his presence there" The Southern steps of the temple mount where Jesus walked to the temple

Millions of sandals shuffled up these steps in antiquity, as Jewish pilgrims came from all Israel to worship the Lord for the annual feasts.    Three times a year worshippers would enter the Temple from these steps, after a customary cleansing in the nearby ritual baths, or mikvot. That means Jesus walked these steps.    These steps!

Millions of sandals shuffled up these steps in antiquity, as Jewish pilgrims came from all Israel to worship the Lord for the annual feasts. Three times a year worshippers would enter the Temple from these steps, after a customary cleansing in the nearby ritual baths, or mikvot. That means Jesus walked these steps. These steps!

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