Erscheinungsdatum: 24.06.2013, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: The Middle East, Titelzusatz: Everything That You Always Wanted to Know and No One Would Tell You: 'Walking in Jesus Footsteps', Autor: Carnovale, Antonio, Verlag: iUniverse, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: HISTORY // Middle East // Israel & Palestine // Israel, Rubrik: Geschichte, Seiten: 170, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 355 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Join us on a spiritual journey focusing on the Life and times of Jesus, “walking where Jesus walked.” Imagine yourself in the Galilee, and in Capernaum – referred as Jesus “own town” (Matthew 9:1), where Jesus began his ministry (Mark 1:21 John 6:59), and recruited his first disciple (John 21:15-17). Stand on the Mt. of Beatitudes (Matthew 5, Matthew 6, Matthew 7, Matthew 8) and make believe you are listening to the Lord preach the Sermon on the Mount. Submerge yourself in the Jordan River, where Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist (John 1:29-33). Continue on to the Golden City of Jerusalem, and walk the Stations of the Cross on the Via Dolorosa, where you can take time to reflect the Lords sacrifice for all of us, and what an incredible moment it will be when you stand on the Mt. of Olives in Jerusalem, where Jesus ascended in to heaven (acts 1). We invite you not just on another trip, but a spiritual journey you will never forget.
With thousands of kilometers of hiking and biking trails, Israel is a haven for hiking and biking enthusiasts. Some of the most beautiful places in Israel can be reached only by walking or riding, among them water springs, oases with waterfalls and pools, narrow canyons, breathtaking views of vast landscapes. So if you want to follow the footsteps of Jesus in the Galilee, or the early hermits in the Judean Desert, this is the choice for you. If you wish to hike in the desert, climb mountains, visit exceptional secluded monasteries, or to cool-off in fresh water springs after a day of hiking or biking, let us lead you on the trip of your dreams. It will be an unforgettable experience.
Travel on a unique Holy Land experience and journey with us to Israel and Jordan on a spiritual combination tour. Rare is a land whose impact reverberates in the lives of so many people. “Walk where Jesus walked,’ in Israel, and continue to Jordan and stand atop Mount Nebo, from where Moses viewed the Promise Land (Deuteronomy 34). We invite you not just on another trip, but a rare spiritual journey of a lifetime to Israel and Jordan.
Tel Aviv is a city of many shades and contrasts. But where did it all begin? Join me on this historical tour as we walk in the footsteps of some of the founders of Tel Aviv, such as Ben Gurion and Meir Dizengoff. We’ll stroll along Rothschild Boulevard, tracing the Israeli Trail of Independence. This is the incredible story of the first Jewish city in the world, that was founded in 1909, and turned in recent years into the heart of the Startup Nation. In this tour we discover the secrets behind the preserved houses, including the Hall of Independence - the place where the state of Israel was founded, as well as the Hagana Museum and Ben Nahum Hotel.You'll also hear about:• How Tel Aviv was born out of the sea• Who was the sheriff of Tel Aviv• Why did the first school of Tel Aviv vanish• What was life like in the early years of Tel Aviv• Where the story of Israel and the story of Tel Aviv come together
Captain Gadi Golan and Captain David Averbukh are two reserve fighter squadron helicopter pilots in two different bases of the IAF. Both men are high quality, impressive and charismatic, tall and handsome in the 27th year of their lives and did their service during the War of Attrition on the Suez Canal and fighting terrorists in Lebanon. Gadi and David do not know each other and have never met, but their paths, their identities, and their fates are about to intersect in a chain of breathtaking events. David is an orphan who immigrated to Israel alone at the age of 16, and after his military service he returns to the United States, to study law in Los Angeles. Twice a year he arrives in Israel to serve his army duty. Gadi, "tsabar", a symbol of the beautiful Israel, is about to finish his studies at the Technion in Haifa to become an aeronautical engineer. Sigal Givat Haim, beautiful and energetic, from Kibbutz, who just turned 24, is Gadi's great love, his girlfriend for two years and carrying their fruit of love. On October 6, at 14:00, the earth trembles. Gadi and David are summoned to the air force base in Tel Nof, assigned to the same helicopter, and going out to defend the homeland from the enormous power of the Egyptian army that has crossed the Suez Canal and invaded the Sinai Peninsula. Only one of them comes back from hell, mortally wounded, unconscious, and suffering from shell shock, all the memories erased from his mind. When he wakes up in a US medical center, rehabilitated and coming back to life, it remains a mystery - who is he? Atalia was born in Israel and grew up to be a very beautiful girl, good looking and healthy, but she is steeped in heartbreak, as she was determined to follow in her father Gadi's footsteps. Their lives are full of the events of the characters' stories and the wonderful love story of Gadi and Sigal woven throughout the book. The plot moves in the background, as there is always 1. Hebrew. Liat Shnapp. http://samples.audible.de/bk/snic/000111/bk_snic_000111_sample.mp3.
Going Nuclear focuses on one of the most critical negotiations in recent memory, the efforts to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power. Iran and the P5+1 countries recently reached an agreement on a framework to limit the Iranian nuclear weapons program, but differences remain, particularly with regional countries who were not at the table. The fate of the region, the possibility of war, and the potential for a nuclear arms race in the Middle East will largely depend on how Israel and regional Sunni Arab countries judge the agreement. Going Nuclear offers a unique perspective on the negotiations and potential repercussions based on important findings and lessons from psychology, neuroscience, and decision making. It explores the influence of history and hindsight bias on Russia, China, Iran, Israel, and Sunni Arab countries, and the implications for the United States and its Western partners. It discusses the history of proliferation and its benefits, costs, risks, and uncertainties for countries that succeeded in becoming nuclear powers. Those factors are at play as Iran seeks to follow in their footsteps, while its neighbors remained determined to prevent it. Going Nuclear reaches beyond the saga of the Iranian negotiations to discuss the influence of history and hindsight in other contexts, including technical analysis, decision making, leadership, and business. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Curt Simmons. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/036524/bk_acx0_036524_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This study guide traces the footsteps of Moses and the children of Israel through the Sinai Desert, and shares fresh insights for those seeking to deepen their own walk with Christ. This study guide will lead you to see what Moses saw, and stop where he stopped, as Jamie teaches 13 individual lessons on spiritual maturity learned along the way. While the study guide can be listened to by individual listeners working at their own pace, the series has been found to be particularly effective when studied, a lesson at a time, in a small group. Having individual copies of the workbooks are helpful when following this Bible study. However, it is not necessary, particularly if the individual or group is willing to stop and start the audio after each question, which follow the teachings. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bruce Buckingham. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/085141/bk_acx0_085141_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.