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Dec 2012: DECEMBER

Dec 2012: Merry Christmas

Nov 2012: NOVEMBER

Nov 2012: Happy Anniversary! (Israel 2010)

Oct 2012: OCTOBER

Oct 2012: The Second Temple of Herod


Sep 2012: The Byzantine Pool of Siloam next to Hezekiah's Tunnel. | This is the pool that you'll see today when you walk through Hezekiah's Tunnel or as you walk above through the City of David. There are clear remains around this pool from the Byzantine church built by Empress Eudocia. This is the pool that has long been visited as the pool of Jesus' miracle.

Aug 2012: AUGUST

Aug 2012: My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me.- John 10:27-

Jul 2012: JULY

Jun 2012: JUNE

Jun 2012: Sea of Galilee

May 2012: MAY

May 2012: Enjoy the Jerusalem and Qumran dig Wendy! =D

Apr 2012: APRIL

Apr 2012: Beloved, your Heavenly Father is well-pleased with you today; because when He looks at you, He sees Jesus!

Mar 2012: MARCH

Mar 2012: Synagogue, Capernaum

Feb 2013: FEBRUARY

Feb 2013: LAND OF ISRAEL It is a land the LORD your God cares for; the eyes of the LORD your God are continually on it from the beginning of the year to its end. - Deuteronomy 11:12

Jan 2013: JANUARY

Jan 2013: The righteous will flourish like a palm tree, they will grow like a cedar of Lebanon. - Psalms 92:!2 Believers are often likened to trees in Scripture. "He is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither. Whatever he does prospers (Psalms 1:3). Remember a planted tree is not a wild tree. A planted tree is cared of, it is nurtured. What does it means to flourish like a palm tree and grow like a cedar of Lebanon? In Scripture, the palm always refers to the date palm! It has extremely deep tap roots, thus it flourish even in the | Cedar Tree of Lebanon | desert. It is also the most useful of all trees. Not only does it produce dates, but can also be used to produce sugar, wine, honey, oil, resin, rope, thread, tannin and dyestuff. Its seeds are fed to cattle and its leaves are used for roofs, fences, mats, etc Cedar Trees often live for a long time because their moist habitat makes them almost free of fire and their wood is highly disease resistant. The oil of the wood is toxic to insect and fungus, making it a good insect repellent. Every part of the whole cedar tree is useful to humans. The wood can be used to make weapons, canoes and other boats. The bark for making blankets, capes and costumes. Cedars are also an excellent source of fuel. The most interesting thing I find about the cedar tree is its root system. It has deep roots - For every meter above the ground, the roots grow 3 meters deep. Where cedar trees grow, soil erosion is prevented. Because it sinks deep into the ground, the cedar can also withstand heavy winds and even heavy snow without uprooting and toppling over. So flourish like palm tree and grow like a cedar of Lebanon....living long, extending far and wide, deeply rooted that not even a drought can drain you. Let only the voice of God uproot you.

BC: Blessed Year Wendy! Thank you for all your hard work. Love Ken and Celine

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