Welcome to LoveIsrael “Then and Now” Tours 2017!
Greetings Lovers of Israel,
2017 is the year to visit the Holy Land of Israel and NOW is the time to plan your journey. LoveIsrael is offering two exciting tours this year for those who desire to learn “Israel Then & Now.”
You will witness historic places carved into the land and see foundations of times past. You will visit sites written in scripture brings the people in the Bible to life as you connect the stories to places, standing on the same ground where history was written. You will explore and walk in places that will validate and authenticate the connection between the Land of Israel and the Jewish people and come away with a greater understanding of the depth of love the Jewish people have for their eternal homeland.
For the Lord has chosen Jerusalem (Zion); He has desired it for His home. “This is My resting place forever,” He said. “I will live here, for this is the home I desired.” (Psalm 132:13-14)
Since May 1948 Jewish people have continued to make Aliya to land of Israel, their ancient Biblical homeland. They have come from all over the world and brought into one place all the various styles of traditional Jewish customs and flavors. This makes Israel home to some of the world’s most creative chefs, artisans and entrepreneurs. All these variations of Jewish culture are now combined in one Jewish nation and this is what gives depth and color to the Israeli culture. Yes, Israel is once again its own nation, formed by God’s Word and fashioned together by His Hand through Biblical historic events.
I look forward to greeting you “This Year in Jerusalem” and joining you on your incredible journey.
Download a Brochure and Register: LoveIsrael “Then and Now” JUNE 2017 Tour
Download a Brochure and Register: LoveIsrael “Then and Now” NOVEMBER 2017 Tour
Blessings from Jerusalem, Shalom Shalom.
Moshe Bar Zvi
Your Host and Founder of LoveIsrael.com
“I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse him who curses you; and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.” (Genesis 12:3)