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Monk at Mount of Beautitudes

Day 4 - November 10th

Today, we will visit an area known as the “holy or evangelical triangle” where Jesus performed His miracles in the multitudes along the northwestern shores of the Sea of Galilee. First, a visit to the Mount of Beatitudes where the Sermon on the Mount took place (Matthew 5-7). This scenic stop provides a fascinating view of the Sea of Galilee. Next, we will journey to Tagbah; the place where the resurrected Christ met the apostles. Then, onto Capernaum, the “town of Jesus,” – a small village near the Sea of Galilee where we will see the remains of the House of Peter. This afternoon, we'll have the opportunity to experience an authentic Jewish fishing boat from Jesus' time and then cruise the lake by boat where we'll have an opportunity to worship on the Sea of Galilee.
updated 03.29.13

  • Sea of Galilee
    Sea of Galilee
  • Reading from the Bible at Capernaum
    Reading from the Bible at Capernaum
  • View from Mount of Beatitudes
    View from Mount of Beatitudes
  • Monastery at Tabgha – believed to be near the site where Jesus appeared to his disciples in John 21.
    Monastery at Tabgha – believed to be nea…
  • Standing in the Sea of Galilee
    Standing in the Sea of Galilee
  • Sea of Galilee
    Sea of Galilee
  • Pomegranites at a market
    Pomegranites at a market
  • Mount of Beautitudes
    Mount of Beautitudes
  • Monk at Mount of Beautitudes
    Monk at Mount of Beautitudes

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