“All the nations will praise you, for you will be a land of delight“
As written in the History of the Holy Land, this piece of land is really the Land of God, the promised land in the middle east with a historic culture that is just stunningly beautiful, with so many great places to visit from cities, villages to mountains, valleys, seasides and much really much more.
Some of these places are known others are less known, some having great stories both biblical as non-biblical next to famous people that have walked this great land who had and still have an enormous impact on our way of living.
For The Love Of The Promised Land
Here at Holy Land of God, we are searching for art that does just to the people who have lived here. This can be a statue, a shrine, or anything connected to the land of God that can be purchased online.
King Herod the Great’s reign is one of the longest and most influential in the history of the Holy Land. Despite his achievements, Herod was a very controversial figure in his time and remains so to this day.
The history of the Holy Land tells us that the Herodians of the Herodian Dynasty were a pro-Roman Jewish family which ruled most of the Holy Land in some capacity for over a century from the first century B.C. to the first century A.D.
Part of the history of the Holy Land is the incredible story of Moses that tells us that Moses is one of the most important Biblical prophets venerated by all Abrahamic religions, such as Islam and Christianity. But he plays a far greater in the Jewish mythology and is often
The Biblical Tell of Abraham Abraham in the Bible looks at the story of Abraham from a biblical perspective but it is not all Christianity, Abraham is mentioned in the Qu’ran as well. The history of the Holy Land tells us about the Abrahamic religions, Christianity, Islam, and Judaism,
Abraham Bible Story The story of Abraham tells us that Abraham is one of the most venerated figures in the history of the Holy Land. The single largest group of religions in human history, the Abrahamic Religions, is named after him. The Big Three, Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, all recognize &
The Art of the Natufians Natufian art was part of the Natufian culture which dates back to over 10,000 years ago. The post history of the Holy Land shows the Natufian people were living in the pre-biblical era. Although their art is now ancient, we are lucky that we can …<
To keep the peace, the Church organized the council of Jerusalem around 50 AD because some Gentil Christians did not obey Moses Law. This Jerusalem conference was led by Saint Peter the Apostle and St James, Jesus’ brother.
The Disciples Chosen by Jesus Jesus chooses his disciples for the carrying on of His work. Christ did not choose the learning or eloquence of the Jewish Sanhedrin or the power of Rome. Passing by the self-righteous Jewish teachers, the Master Worker chose humble, unlearned men to proclaim the truths &
The office of the Holy Spirit is distinctly specified in the words of Christ: “When He is come, He will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment.” John 16:8. It is the Holy Spirit that convicts of sin. If the sinner responds to the quickening influence of
The Relationship of the Gentiles and Jews In Acts 15:1-35 we read about Paul and Barnabas and the relationship between Jew and Gentiles. We know that Paul and Barnabas have been to Antioch a few times and this is one of these stories. On reaching Antioch in Syria, from which &
The Apostle Paul felt a deep responsibility towards the people he listened to and ultimately converted, being baptized. This story is about the responsibility that Apostle Paul felt on his journeys like the journeys to Pisidia.
In Iconium Paul and Barnabas Message the Gospel The story of Paul and Barnabas in Iconium which is nowadays Konya in Turkey is based on Acts 14:1-26. From Antioch in Pisidia, Paul and Barnabas went to Iconium. In this place, as in Antioch, they began their labors in the synagogue &
This story about Ananias and Saul gives food for thought especially in our world today. Blindness, not willing to see, not willing to understand is all too common but Ananias “cured” Saul blindness by a touch.
the Blessed Virgin was through grace, entirely free from every stain of sin, and from all corruption of the body, soul and mind: she was always united with God and joined by him to an eternal covenant; she was never in darkness but always in the light; and therefore she
The time had come for the gospel to be proclaimed beyond the confines of Asia Minor. The way was preparing for Paul and his fellow workers to cross over into Europe. At Troas, on the borders of the Mediterranean Sea, “a vision appeared to Paul in the night: There stood
Philip in Samaria is the story of a lot of work and that was marked with great success, and, thus encouraged, he sent to Jerusalem for help. The apostles now perceived more fully the meaning of the words of Christ.
“Sent forth by the Holy Ghost,” Paul and Barnabas, after their ordination by the brethren in Antioch, “departed unto Seleucia; and from thence they sailed to Cyprus.” Thus the apostles began their first missionary journey.
The Muslim conquest is an important part of the History of the Holy Land or Palestine (as it was and is commonly known), a region encompassing the area from the eastern bank of the Jordan River to the Mediterranean coast, was a game-changing event for the country and its people.
Gods Proclamation of Faith The proclamation of God; He has made His proclamation of the gospel dependent upon the labors and the gifts of His people. Voluntary offerings and the tithe constitute the revenue of the Lord’s work. Of the means entrusted to man, God claims a certain portion,—
In the epilogue of the Gospel of John, Jesus hints at the execution of the apostle Peter by which Peter would glorify God, saying: “when you are old you will stretch out your hands, and another will dress you and carry you where you do not want to go.
According to the Acts of the Apostles, chapter 10, Saint Peter had a vision of a vessel full of animals being lowered from heaven. A voice from heaven told Peter to kill and eat, but since the vessel contained unclean animals, Peter declined
When Christ gave His disciples the promise of the Spirit, He was nearing the close of His earthly ministry. He was standing in the shadow of the cross, with a full realization of the load of guilt that was to rest upon Him as the Sin Bearer.
The Prison Escape of Peter The following story is about the time that Peter Escapes from Prison. His great escape from prison with the help of an Angel can be found in Acts 12:1 to Acts 12:23. The Peter escape from prison text can be found in Acts 12:1, Acts …