Heart of the Holy Land: 40 Reflections on Scripture and Place
Associates for Biblical Research

Heart of the Holy Land: 40 Reflections on Scripture and Place

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Enjoy 40 Scripture-based reflections on locations in the Holy Land. Packed with beautiful photos, Scripture verses, and geographical knowledge to help you deepen your relationship with Christ.

Whether you're planning a trip to Israel or looking for a devotional to supplement your Bible study at home, Heart of the Holy Land will enrich your experience and empower you to explore the lands of the Bible.

Author and Holy Land expert Paul Wright draws on his decades of living in Israel as well as his geographical, historical and archaeological knowledge to bring fresh, location-centered insights to biblical stories and modern situations alike. Each of the 40 reflections includes beautiful photos and weaves a biblical or modern event into its geographical context, emphasizing the way the Bible is immersed in the landscape of ancient Israel.

Gain university-level insights into biblical geography from the comforts of your own house, with this handy guidebook.

4 Key Features of This Holy Land Devotional

  1. Highly Visual. Includes over 140 photos of the Holy Land, as well as detailed maps.
  2. Bible-Based. Reveals insights into specific Bible passages and characters, and moments in the life of Jesus, including his birth, baptism, ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection.
  3. Well-Researched. Contains entries discussing modern holidays and festivals, Arab-Israeli conflict, geographical features, and churches located on biblical sites.
  4. Practical Applications. Includes reflections on key Bible locations in and around Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and many more.

Paperback, 256 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Perfect for individual and group study, church libraries, Sunday school classes, missionaries, and more!

Wright introduces topics in geography, history, archaeology, and culture in ways that are relevant for understanding the Bible and relevant to the heart. Each meditation teaches the reader (or visitor) something tangible about the land that would not otherwise appear in standard guide books or be mentioned by a typical tour guide.

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