Book-Chronicle of Pilgrimage
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This Gold Leaf Coffee Table Book is a drive through history of the Holy Lands, from Jesus time through this century. This is a Journey of Faith that we all desire to make. More than 1100 Holy Land Maps, color photographs, and historical documents, make this book a great Israel Travel Guide that will add to your Holy Land Experience. This book is a great Holy Land Gift. The color photographs show you Israel and the Holy Lands today in a way that brings a journey of faith alive for you. The 256 chromo pages are enriched with over 1100 color photographs that show the important events. The History of Israel and the Holy Lands are presented in easy to read and understand live-coverage, newspaper style. Headlines, brief reports and multiple photos and illustrations present the historical events in real time. Many of the photos and documents are seen by the public for the first time. The Chronicle of Pilgrimage to Israel and the Holy Land can become a significant spiritual experience. Taking a trip to Israel and the Holy Lands, walking where Jesus and the other Biblical characters walked, is one of the most enriching, powerful, and life inspiring trips you can experience. The Chronicle of Pilgrimage to Israel and the Holy Land is all most like being there and will draw you closer to our Creator. Major Biblical events become easier to visualize from the Sea of Galilee, Jerusalem, Dan, Hebron, The Mount of Olives, Beersheba and points in between. You will understand today s events a future prophecy better as you follow The Chronicle of Pilgrimage to Israel and the Holy Land from the footsteps of Jesus through each of the 9 periods and major events since Jesus. The Chronicle of Pilgrimage to Israel and the Holy Land is the fruit of over seven years of labor. Numerous archives and private collections were perused for ancient scrolls and historic testimonies; antique photographs and artwork were computer-analyzed and renewed for first-ever display, and historic sites were brought alive by vibrant contemporary photography. Each historic event has been detailed by historians for factual accuracy, and then edited by acting newspaper editors as they would today.View AllClose