Saturday, June 2, 2007

Entry: Your Choice May 28- June 1

The Skull of Golgotha, as referred to in the gospels. In Hebrew the name Golgotha actually means Skull. When looking upon this hill, the holes in the rock face form eyes, a hollow nose and mouth to resemble a skull, taken by my husbands camera in Israel during a visit to the Garden tomb where Yeshua was laid to rest for three days and then rose again. One can only imagine what it must have been like to be there on that day, both a dreadful and blessed day at the same time. If Yeshua had been saved from crucifixion, we would not have been saved from death. But through His death and His sacrifice on this hill, every person can now take part in the glory of being reconciled to the one true God. Now upon this hill are littered many Muslim graves.

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