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See Israel with the Gilberts!

March 19–30, 2023!

Conclusion to Search for the Rephaim

January 9, 2023

Summary of our tour from Nazareth to Petra, and the battlegrounds we visited in the long supernatural war in which we are all deployed. For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

The Original Kaaba

January 8, 2023

One of the most fascinating things about Petra is that evidence points to it being the original site of Mecca and the Kaaba. For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

The Lord of Petra

January 7, 2023

Despite temperatures above 110F, we reached our primary goal for our visit to Jordan: The temple of the chief god of Petra, Dushara.  For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

The Idols of Petra

January 7, 2023

More than 500 idols called betyls are carved from the rock at Petra. The name derives from Hebrew beit el, or “house of God.” For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

Entering Petra

January 7, 2023

A magnificent arch once stretched over the entrance to Petra with niches for idols on either side, basically making it a bab ilu—a “god gate.” For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

Wadi Rum

January 6, 2023

Jordan’s red desert makes it obvious why the Israelites complained about leaving the lush Nile delta in Egypt! For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

Valley of the Travelers

January 5, 2023

Satan contended with the archangel Michael for the body of Moses. Did Satan think he had a legal right to it because of where Moses was buried? For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

Sodom

January 4, 2023

Another important site visible from Mount Nemo is Tall el-Hammam, better known by its ancient name: Sodom. For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

The Bad Shepherd

The bronze serpent raised by Moses was sometimes called Nehushtan, a name sometimes used for Tammuz, the pagan god of shepherds in ancient Mesopotamia.  For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

Gog of Magog

January 2, 2023

The view Moses had of the Promised Land from Mount Nebo is also a view of where Ezekiel’s war of Gog and Magog will end.  For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

Mount Nebo

January 1, 2023

See where Moses got his only look at the Promised Land—and where God destroyed 24,000 Israelites for worshiping a god of the dead. For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

Gethsemane

December 31, 2022

The garden where Jesus was betrayed and crucified was a key battleground in the long war that will end at Mount Zion. For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

Temple Mount (Part 2)

December 31, 2022

We read scripture on the Temple Mount—and it sounds like there were some ravens who weren’t happy about it at all! For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

Temple Mount (Part 1)

December 31, 2022

A high point of our Israel tour was the visit to the Temple Mount, site of the ultimate battle in the supernatural war. For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

Golgotha

December 30, 2022

Golgotha means “place of a skull.” Messianic Rabbi Zev Porat asks, whose skull? For more information about our tour of Israel March 19–30, 2023, visit http://www.gilberthouse.org/travelhttp://www.gilberthouse.org/travel

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