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Margie Williamson's Blog – January 2011 Archive (8)

Death and Resurrection

I've written in the past that 2010 was a tough year for our family. Bob's dad passed away on February 20 after a year long struggle with congestive heart failure. That was tough on the family. But nothing as tough as the death of Bob's youngest sister Jan, who passed away suddenly on January 21st at the age of 52.


Working through the arrangements and the grief and the details was overwhelming. But when I finally stopped and got still for awhile, I couldn't help but think…


Added by Margie Williamson on January 31, 2011 at 11:29am — 1 Comment

The Faith of a Father

I may be back from Israel but I'm not through chewing over things I heard, saw, and experienced while there. One of those was at an overlook on the south side of Jerusalem, facing the old city and the temple mount. Our guide, Gila, a extremely well-informed, Jew, shared that the Jews believe that it was at that spot on the overlook that Abraham left the donkeys behind and proceeded on foot to climb Mount Moriah with his son Isaac. If you're like me, you've read that passage a hundred times…


Added by Margie Williamson on January 18, 2011 at 6:00pm — 2 Comments

Back from Israel

We flew back from Tel Aviv on Saturday. I got to my house about 2 pm, took a shower, and was asleep on the sofa in front of the Saints/Sea Hawks game by 3 pm. Believe it or not, I slept until 3 am and then dozed most of Sunday and even slept about 10 hours Sunday night. I knew I was tired, but that was incredible.


I've traveled to Israel before (this was my fifth trip), and I've been blessed enough to have at least that many trips to Greece to visit the sites where Paul…


Added by Margie Williamson on January 11, 2011 at 10:45am — 2 Comments

Galilee and Jerusalem

We spent the first night in Israel south of Beersheva and then went north to Galilee for four nights. I love Galilee, both the sea and the area. It's beautiful, it's peaceful, and it's full of amazing spots when Jesus ministered - the place where He preached on the beatitudes, the town of Capernaum where He lived and preached at the synagogue there, Caesarea Philippi where Peter proclaimed Jesus as the Messiah, the place traditionally held where Jesus spent time with Peter after His…


Added by Margie Williamson on January 6, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments

The Primacy of Peter -- Accepting Forgiveness

One of the spots in Israel that always moves me emotionally is a place on the shore of Galilee called "The Primacy of Peter." It's the spot that is traditionally held to be where Peter encountered the risen Lord and was given the chance to accept His forgiveness.


On my last trip to Israel, back in 2006, one in our group had felt that God could no longer use him in ministry. I don't know what caused him to feel that way. But he stood on the shore in that place, felt God's…


Added by Margie Williamson on January 3, 2011 at 1:25pm — 2 Comments

From Dan to Caesarea Philippi -- Only God is God

We visited Dan and Caesarea Philippi today, two sites that had seemed unconnected to me until today. But there’s a mighty word from God that can be heard in both sites.


Dan is the site of the Canaanite town with the city gate still standing that Abraham would have walked through. As one person in our group announced, "That is crazy good." Dan is also the site of one of the two temples that Jeroboam built to keep his…


Added by Margie Williamson on January 2, 2011 at 1:24pm — No Comments

Hearing Voices on the Sea of Galilee

It’s been four years since I’ve been in Israel. I’ve been amazed at the changes . . . the amount of archaeological work that’s been completed at Megiddo and Caesarea Maritime, and the amount of new building in

cities like Nazareth and Tel Aviv. Israel shows signs of activity and growth

and prosperity.


However, the Sea of Galilee has been a shock to me. The water level is greatly reduced. There’s extended shore in…


Added by Margie Williamson on January 1, 2011 at 11:49pm — No Comments

Being in Nazareth

We were in Nazareth today. Not really in, but overlooking the city. I did some research before I came about the city that was Jesus' hometown as a boy. Here's what I discovered:


1.  There were probably only about 120 or 150 people living there, and probably about 20 homes. Everybody there knew everything about everybody else. It was a small town.


2.  The town was located in the base of the basin and was considered one of the most beautiful places in all of…


Added by Margie Williamson on January 1, 2011 at 11:02am — 1 Comment


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