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Jerusalem

Jerusalem viewed from the Mount of Olives

 

The Eternal City ~ 3000 years old

 

Mount Zion

 

Remains of the Temple ~ the 'Wailing Wall'
The Christian is a Temple of the Holy Spirit

 

The East Gate: Sealed up until Jesus Returns
The Glory of the Lord enters the Temple by the East gate

 

Garden of Gethsemane

 

Gordon's Golgotha - Place of the Skull
Can you see the impression of a skull in the cliff face?
This is either the place where Jesus was crucified, or a close representation of the site. It is located next to the garden Tomb (below) just outside the city walls of old Jerusalem. The other alternative site is the church of the Holy Sepulcher - built by the mother of Constantine and located inside old Jerusalem.

Golgotha is a place name, transliterated from Aramaic and or Hebrew into Greek and then into English, meaning "skull." In Mark 15:22 we find the Hebrew name for this place where Jesus was crucified. The Latin equivalent is calvaria, or Calvary in English.

 

The Garden Tomb, adjacent to Skull Hill
This is either the place where Jesus was buried or a close representation of the site. You can visit this site today just outside the walled city of old Jerusalem. Here you can find a spiritual experience which helps us draw closer to the Gospel account.

 

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