Transcript: People can go around Holy land to see all the artifacts found the also people go to pray and feel closer to God as they feel there presence there. The oldest part of the city was settled in the 4th millennium BCE. What can they do there ? Why is it visited ? What happened there ? Holy Land There are many religious things that happened in the Holy land including the famous crucification of Jesus Christ. Where is it ??? The Holy Land (Jerusalem) is situated in the middle-east just north of Cairo (capital of Egypt). It is also between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea, is one of the oldest cities in the world! The Holy Land is visited because of of its mass religious culture. Millions of people go on pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Some people write prayers on paper and place it between the walls
Transcript: It includes: Christian's birthplace Bethlehem, once a Christian town, is now mostly Muslim. There are more Christians from Bethlehem living in Santiago,Chile than Bethlehem Living faiths are part of the land According to biblical scholar and archaeologist Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, this occurred for the Jews when the Ark of the covenant was carried into the Holy of Holies in the Temple at Jerusalem and "the glory of the Lord fulfilled the house of the Lord" Holy land stretches from Egypt to Syria For the Christians, the holy land is where Jesus lived, proclaimed his Gospel, performed miracles, was crucified and rose from the death. For the Muslims, veneration of Jerusalem as a holy place goes back to Muhammad, who prayed facing Jerusalem before he was inspired to turn toward Mecca. Holy to four faiths "People who come to 'the Holy Land' and only isits shrines or historical sites do npot experience the toatlity of this land's holiness. No pilgrimage is complete unless pilgirms come away with a greater knowledge and appreciation of living religions of the Holy Land" What made the land Holy? Christians in the Holy land now lie in a predominant Judaeo-Muslim world Holy Land This is the land described by God in Exodus 3:8 as "flowing with milk and honey" (that would've been sheep or goat milk and date honey) Israel and Palestine Western Jordan Sinai Peninsula Southern Syria add logo here
Transcript: The Garden Tomb Bethsaida is one of the lesser known Christian sites in Israel, but well worth seeing if you’re interested in revisiting the sites of miracles. This is here Jesus is believed to have healed a blind man. Bethsaida is also known as the birthplace of three of the Apostles, Peter, Andrew and Philip. Mark 8:22-26 The Jordan River is best known as the place where Jesus was baptized or the place where John the Baptist is believed to have baptized those who came to repent their sins. The Jordan River is perhaps Israel's most sacred body of water. Jerusalem Jerusalem is one of the holiest sites for all three of the major religions, Christianity, Islam and Judaism.That is where Jesus Christ was brought to occasionally as a child, preached to the poor in his adult life, crucified in the end of his life, and resurrected by God.Luke 2:41-51 Mount Sinai Holy Land Mount Sinai is where Moses was given the 10 commandments. Exodus 19:20 Bethlehem is known to Christians throughout the world as the birthplace of Jesus of Nazareth. The Church is believed to be regarded as one of the most important Christian sites in Israel. Luke 4:16-21 Mount of Beatitude Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus of Nazareth The Jesus Trail This is where Jesus stated the beatitudes. Matthew 5:3-12. The Jesus Trail is in the Galilee region of Israel. The Jesus Trail offers travelers to experience the steps of Jesus in a way that is authentic through the rugged and beautiful landscape of the Galilee in Israel.Genesis 13:17 The Garden Tomb is where Jesus was burried after being crusified.John 19:41 Tabgha is the traditional site of the feeding of the five thousand with five loaves and two fish . It is also believed to be the place of the sighting of Jesus’ third resurrection appearance where Jesus conferred authority of the church to Simon Peter. (Matthew 14:13-21) Tagbha Bethsaida Jordan River
Transcript: End, By: Alec Agustin Legend has it that almost immediatiely after the crucifixion of Jesus, his followers began to retrace his steps to Calvary. A few miles south resided the town of Bethlehem where Jesus was born. Jerusalem Mount of Olives is a mountain ridge east of Jerusalem's Old City, in east Jerusalem. It is named for the Olive Groves that once covered its slopes. The mountain is used for Jewish and Christian traditions. The Holy Land This is the small grotto located directly under the main altar of the church. In its small ape a silver star marks the place of Jesus' birth. St Catherine's is next door of the Nativity. The Chapel of Nativity Gethsename is a garden at the foot of the Mount Olives in Jerusalem most famous as the place where, according to the gospels, Jesus and his disciples are said to have prayed the night before Jesus' crucifixion. Garden of Gethsename Mount of Olives
Transcript: Legend has it that almost immediatiely after the crucifixion of Jesus, his followers began to retrace his steps to Calvary. A few miles south resided the town of Bethlehem where Jesus was born. By: Zettie Hightower Jerusalem Mount of Olives is a mountain ridge east of Jerusalem's Old City, in east Jerusalem. It is named for the Olive Groves that once covered its slopes. The mountain is used for Jewish and Christian traditions. Info From GOOGLE Pictures from Google More info from the Holy Land Website The Holy Land The End! By:Zettie Hightower This is the small grotto located directly under the main altar of the church. In its small ape a silver star marks the place of Jesus' birth. St Catherine's is next door of the Nativity. The Chapel of Nativity Garden of Gethsename The Holy Land, A memorizing place of where you can discover lot's of things that had happened during Jesus' time. Gethsename is a garden at the foot of the Mount Olives in Jerusalem most famous as the place where, according to the gospels, Jesus and his disciples are said to have prayed the night before Jesus' crucifixion. Mount of Olives
Transcript: There special foods are pie,apples chicken and straw berry jam cookies. to day holy to our from christmas Christmas in Holy Land. Traditions. In Holy Land Christmas in Holy Land. special foods. holy land celebrates chrismas december24. In Holy Land they have thanksgiving on christmas.
Transcript: Jerusalem When arriving to the Holy Lands many begin to sing and dance. Places they visit are historical churches and building significant to their religion. After the pilgrimage For most Christians, a pilgrimage to the Holy Land is a life-changing and challenging experience. The affects of the journey are Bible readings that come alive and have new meaning. Following the return of the pilgrimage, most people are happier, more peaceful and deal better with life situations. Background Info Bethlehem Christians go on pilgrimages to the Holy Land (located in a segment of the middle east) to become more connected with the birth, life, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Holy Land is where Jesus lived, proclaimed his Gospel, performed miracles, was crucified and rose from the dead. Towns visited by Jesus are the sites frequently traveled to; which include Siden, Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Emmaus, Jericho, and many more. The travelers walk to many religious monumental sites while on the pilgrimage. Preparation for this journey would be reading scripture passages relating the sites being visited. By: Jourdan Roth & Makenna Schmidt The Holy Land During the Pilgrimage
Transcript: Bethlehem Nazareth Silent Night Nazareth was the home town of Joseph and Mary. They left Nazareth to go to the cencus in Bethlahem. Jerusalem The Christmas Story Nazareth was Mary and Joseph's home town. Bethlehem was where Mary and Joseph went for the census. Rome was in control of the Holy Land at Jesus' time. King Herod was a representative for Rome. Bethlahem Jerusalem Rome Jerusalem was Herods home. It was where he met the wise men. Nazareth Jerusalem was Herod's home. It was where he met the Magi. The Romans wanted everyone in their home town for the census. Therefore, Bethlehem was Joseph's Destination. It became Jesus' birthplace. Bethlahem was where Mary and Joseph went for the census. Bethlehem
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