Centrally located, Frishman Beach in Tel Aviv is a popular choice for many reasons. Clean, accessible and family-friendly, Frishman beach offers a welcoming experience for locals and tourists in Tela Aviv.
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Jerusalem ~ The City of Gold 💛
Jerusalem, one of the oldest and holiest cities in the world. A home to some of the most important & sacred religious sites for Muslims, Jews and Christians.
Though you don’t have to be religious to appreciate this incredible intense city.
Spending the day exploring Jerusalem was such a surreal experience ...
✨Travel Tip: The I ❤️ JLM statue is found outside of the entrance to Jaffa Gate
In the middle of Jerusalem, you can do a historic and informative religions tour!
You can do a Tour of Three Religions in Jerusalem. If you want more information go to https://www.itraveljerusalem.com/evt/tour-three-religions-jerusalem/ 📸 @jessicaneumann__
Parashat Hashavua: Genesis 18:1-22:24. This week's Torah Portion covers several stories: Sarah's laughter at the promise of God, the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, King Abimelech's dealings with Abraham and Sarah, the birth of Isaac, and Hagar and Ishmael's expulsion from Abraham's household.
The passage ends with the story of Abraham going up into the mountains of Moriah to sacrifice Isaac. God tells him to offer up Isaac as a burnt offering. This is a test of Abraham's faith in the promises of God.
It is written in Hebrews 11:17–19,
"By faith Abraham, when he was tested, offered up Isaac, and he who had received the promises was in the act of offering up his only son, of whom it was said, 'Through Isaac shall your offspring be named.' He considered that God was able even to raise him from the dead, from which, figuratively speaking, he did receive him back." Not only is this an amazing picture of faith in God; it is also a picture of what God would do for humanity—he would provide a sacrifice to take our place. As Abraham said, “The LORD will provide.” (Genesis 22:14) Yeshua came to die for us, that all who would have faith in Him would never die. “Jesus said to her, ‘I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this?’” (John 11:25-26)
Read the passage here: https://haktuvim.co.il/en/study/Gen.18
Read a devotional on the passage here:
Jerusalém é um lugar fascinante, sua cultura feita de muitas culturas torna o lugar único! Sua história que atravessa milênios torna o lugar mais especial ainda. É impossível saber tudo deste lugar em poucos dias de visita, mas certamente se sai daqui levando um pouco disso tudo no coração ♥️ #visitisrael#visitjerusalem#israel#jerusalem#gate
Mesquita Al-Aqsa, na Esplanada das Mesquitas em Jerusalém. É preciso ler, estudar e entender a cultura e história deste local para ampliar os sentidos e compreender melhor o seu significado, mas independente disso, a visita a este local é algo fascinante #israel#jerusalem#cultura#culture#visitjerusalem#visitisrael
First time in #Jerusalem ✨
Felice di aver accettato l’invito di @itraveljerusalem per il Jerusalem Travel Bloggers Summit, un evento internazionale che ha riunito influencer e content creator con l’obiettivo di condividere opinioni e idee sul mondo dei social media. Quale miglior occasione per esplorare Gerusalemme e scattare qualche foto in questa magnifica città 🤩 #itraveljerusalem
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“And for all the things changing around her, she has found her home in the arms of grace, eternally rooted in love that sustains her. No amount of darkness can tear her away.” - @morganharpernichols ✨
Walking the streets of the old city of Jerusalem were for me like walking the pages of the Bible. I grew up going to church with my family, but my personal relationship with Jesus really grew as I moved away from home and had to figure out life on my own. I can say with full confidence that my faith is the very thing that has carried me through. And even when I tried to be, I was never actually alone. Having a strong anchor to cling to has been my saving grace, and I will be forever grateful to have visited a place as meaningful to my heart as this one. 💙
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Welcome to ISRAEL museum! ❤️ אהבה ❤️
Israel museum was Founded in 1965, the Israel Museum is the country’s largest cultural institution, comprising several wings and large collections of art, archaeological findings and Judaica.
Its recent major facelift only makes the Israel Museum even more of a must-see. The museum reopened in the summer of 2010 after long months of renovations, featuring many new galleries and public spaces as well as a completely revamped design to many of its wings.
One of the major highlights of the museum—and one of the city’s more recognizable landmarks—is the distinctly shaped Shrine of the Book, which houses many ancient manuscripts including the Dead Sea Scrolls. Nearby, lending historical context to some of these priceless manuscripts, is a definitive grand model of the Second Temple and surrounding Jerusalem neighborhoods circa 2000 years ago.