Pilgrims and tourists visiting the Holy Land for the first time experience the reality of Scripture references to people going “up to Jerusalem.” It is, literally, a city on a hill. Jerusalem is twenty-five hundred feet above sea level. Picture in your mind’s eye this ancient scenario:
You are living in the Holy Land, and you’ve been planning and you’ve been saving for a long time to go on a religious pilgrimage to the Temple in Jerusalem. This is a big event in your life and in the lives of your friends and relatives: to go to the Holy City at Passover time; to go at harvest time; to go at Yom Kippur: the Day of Atonement. And so…
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