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July 10, 2022 39 min

My first trip to the Holy Land revolutionized my life and my walk with Jesus in a powerful way, and because of that, one of my favorite things to do now is to bring people back to the Holy Land with me, so they too can experience what I experienced when I first went 24 years ago. I wish every Christ follower could go just once, but I also understand the reality that most believers will never go. So, on my last tour, I had an idea pop into my mind. I thought, “If the majority of believers will never leave home and go to the Holy Land, then why don’t we just bring the Holy Land back home?” So, over the course of this series, that’s exactly what I’m going to attempt to do. Now, obviously, you can’t get the full experience by watching a few sermons and writing in this sermon guide, but I hope these visuals will give you some context as we read God’s word in the places where they happened.

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