If you love art and music, and especially if you love to study the scripture, Safed (pronounced ‘Sfat’) will feel like home to you. The ancient stone walls and paths take you through a section filled with memories of famous Rabbis and seekers throughout history. In a few hours you can see Rabbis, a certified scribe (sofer),
- Published in Biblical Arts
Our senses were delighted by fresh smells and emerald green foliage. We saw unusual as well as familiar species of plants. Nothing looked dead, or even sick, it was all abundantly thriving! Join us in Israel!
Early in the morning, just outside our door, down a short sidewalk path, this view of the misty grey sky revealed how close we were to the Dead Sea! A turn of the head and POW! Different scenery! From oasis, to desert, to the Dead Sea… Here we enjoyed the contrast between lush green botanical
We made it to the Synagogue! For our day of fasting, we decided to go to the water and rest in the peace of the WORD. While searching for a good place to look out over the beautiful sea, we found ruins with a tile mosaic floor on top of
We traveled to a famous ancient city on top of a mountain, where the Zoar (book of mysteries) was written. It has been a center of Jewish thought and mysticism, the city (never spelled the same way twice!) Sefad, Zefat, Sfat, ? … we were told watch for the blue doors. It has something to do with keeping evil
Summary Day of Prayer for Peace of Jerusalem organized by Robert Stearns, has 170 nations and 200,000 churches praying around the world. Robert shares how his heart for Israel grew along with his heart for the L-rd. Guest Bio Robert Stearns: Founder of Eagles’ Wings & Co-chairman of the Day of Prayer for Peace