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Capernaum, Galilee, Israel - "The House of Peter: The Home of Jesus in Capernaum?" Beneath the foundations of this octagonal Byzantine martyrium church at Capernaum, archaeologists made one of the most exciting Biblical archaeology discoveries: a simple first-century A.D. home that may have been the house of Peter, the home of Jesus in Capernaum (Matt 8:14–16).

Capernaum, Galilee, Israel - "The House of Peter: The Home of Jesus in Capernaum?" Beneath the foundations of this octagonal Byzantine martyrium church at Capernaum, archaeologists made one of the most exciting Biblical archaeology discoveries: a simple first-century A.D. home that may have been the house of Peter, the home of Jesus in Capernaum (Matt 8:14–16).

Ruins of a High Place (Tel Dan) in the land of Israel where King Jeroboam worshipped the golden calf.

Ruins of a High Place (Tel Dan) in the land of Israel where King Jeroboam worshipped the golden calf.

Ruins of King Solomon's Palace in Megiddo formally known as Tel Hazor. (1 Kings 7:1-12)

Ruins of King Solomon's Palace in Megiddo formally known as Tel Hazor. (1 Kings 7:1-12)

Jacob's Well, interior, 1936  the water here was amazing.... i feel so blessed to have drank from this well.

Jacob's Well, interior, 1936 the water here was amazing.... i feel so blessed to have drank from this well.

Hebron Tombs of the Patriarchs Israel;  The Machpelah  Genesis 23 records the purchase by Abraham of a plot of ground in Hebron for a burial cave for his wife Sarah.  In a deal that foreshadows many such other Middle Eastern deals, Abraham paid an outrageous 400 shekels of silver to Ephron the Hittite.  Later Abraham, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob and Leah would be buried here. Bibleplaces

Hebron Tombs of the Patriarchs Israel; The Machpelah Genesis 23 records the purchase by Abraham of a plot of ground in Hebron for a burial cave for his wife Sarah. In a deal that foreshadows many such other Middle Eastern deals, Abraham paid an outrageous 400 shekels of silver to Ephron the Hittite. Later Abraham, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob and Leah would be buried here. Bibleplaces

The Cave of Elijah, located at the foot of Mt Carmel in Israel, is one of the most sacred caves in the Holy Land. According to ancient tradition of all faiths it was one of the places where the prophet Elijah lived and hid while in the wilderness 29 centuries ago. Christians also believe it to be sacred, since Jesus and his family hid there while escaping King Herod. Around the entrance to the cave are buildings, built 120 years ago, which served as a hostel. Visitors come here to pray…

The Cave of Elijah, located at the foot of Mt Carmel in Israel, is one of the most sacred caves in the Holy Land. According to ancient tradition of all faiths it was one of the places where the prophet Elijah lived and hid while in the wilderness 29 centuries ago. Christians also believe it to be sacred, since Jesus and his family hid there while escaping King Herod. Around the entrance to the cave are buildings, built 120 years ago, which served as a hostel. Visitors come here to pray…

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