November 17, 2019

Sea of Galilee a Home for Fishermen Past and Present

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The Sea of Galilee is located in the northeastern region of Israel. This is Israel’s largest freshwater lake and in Hebrew it is also known as Yam Kinneret.   Jesus spent much of his ministry touring locations around the Sea of Galilee, as well as joining his disciples on fishing excursions, as some of his disciples were in fact fishermen when he called them to join in his ministry.

The Sea of Galilee is simply amazing because of its breathtaking scenes, agricultural settlements, and the lively rural areas. This amazing place offers endless outdoor pursuits, some modern day as well religious sites.

The Sea of Galilee is a place to visit as it can give a unique experience. You can do a half day sailing on the Sea of The Galilee and can feel the freshness of the water. The boating experience is the one to enjoy on the Sea of Galilee as it is the most relaxing and authentic experience. The beautiful weather, the cool winds and sometimes storms evoke the timeless connection back to the first century, when Jesus traveled on the water with his disciples, calmed the storm and even walked on the water (Matthew 14:22-33).  

There are some incredible beaches available there as well like the Dekel, Tamar and Hukuk which lie on the north of Tiberias. On the Eastern shore, there are Sironit, Shikmim and Berniki beaches and while your visit to these shores don’t forget to enjoy a quality time on these stunning beaches as well.

This religious place will leave you speechless with its amazing sites and charm. The nightlife and the camping facilities available there are really amazing too.

Significance of The Sea of Galilee in The Bible

This religious site has a huge important in the Christianity and it is believed that it was the place where Jesus lived. Here is one biblical reference as well “But there will be no gloom for her who was in anguish. In the former time he brought into contempt the land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali, but in the latter time he has made glorious the way of the sea, the land beyond the Jordan, Galilee of the nations” (Isaiah 9:1).

The Sea of Galilee is the most loved place to visit among Christians. Many people visit this amazing sea every year and the unique experience that this place provides is really hard to find anywhere in the world.

Top Sights in The Sea of Galilee

Here are some of the top sights that you can see

  • Mount of the Beatitudes
  • Ancient Galilee Boat
  • Capernaum
  • Magdala
  • Arbel National Park
  • Bet Gabriel
  • Kinneret Cemetery
  • Northwestern Shore
  • Eastern Shore

 

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