The exploration journey of the miracles of Jesus in Israel

Jerusalem is the birthplace of Christianity, and according to the Bible, Israel is filled with the footsteps of Jesus. Here, let me list for you some of the footsteps Jesus left behind in Israel. You may consider following in Jesus' footsteps and touring Israel!

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, also known as the "Resurrection Hall", is located in the Old City of East Jerusalem, Israel. This is the site of Jesus' tomb, a holy site for Christianity, and one of the major Christian churches in Jerusalem. The church is significant as the place where Jesus Christ was crucified, buried, and resurrected. It holds special meaning for Christians. Legend has it that before Jesus was crucified, he carried the heavy cross along the "Via Dolorosa" to the execution site. It is a religious holy site for Christians and a must-visit place in Jerusalem.
The Via Dolorosa, the road in the Old City of Jerusalem, is believed to be the route Jesus took as he carried the cross to his crucifixion. It is marked by 14 stations representing different events along the way. This route was established in the 18th century and is considered a sacred pilgrimage for Christians.
The Mount of Olives is located east of the Old City of Jerusalem, with an elevation of 808 meters. It is surrounded by lush olive groves and is not only mentioned multiple times in the Bible and other religious texts, but also holds significance in relation to Jesus. According to historical records, Jesus entered Jerusalem from here during the final week of his life. Additionally, according to ancient Jewish legends, the Messianic age will unfold on the Mount of Olives. Hence, for centuries, the Mount of Olives has been regarded as a sacred mountain in both Judaism and Christianity. If you visit the Mount of Olives, you will witness the most breathtaking view of the Old City of Jerusalem (including the entire city). It is an ideal vantage point that opens a gateway for you to marvel at the panoramic view of the city.
Here is commemorating the miracle of "Five Loaves and Two Fishes" performed by Jesus during his preaching in Galilee. It is said that Jesus fed 5000 people with 5 loaves and 2 fishes. There is a stone table in the church where the resurrected Lord prepared breakfast for his disciples, now called "Table of Christ". Underneath the table is a mosaic pattern of fish and loaves.

Eight Fukuyama

Mount Baofo is a famous holy place in Israel, where the stories of Jesus Christ spreading the gospel in Galilee are recorded in the Bible. The atmosphere on the mountain is peaceful and quiet, and a octagonal church - the Church of the Eight Blessings - was built where Jesus preached, in the European style of a Catholic church, using local black basalt with white Nazareth stone for the surrounding arches, and white stone pillars made of Roman lime surrounding it.

Galilee Lake

The Sea of Galilee is a famous freshwater lake in Israel with beautiful surroundings, making it a well-known vacation destination. Most of Jesus' preaching activities were also conducted around the Sea of Galilee, and the miracle of walking on water occurred here. It is also a holy site for pilgrims.

St. Peter's heart offering Hall

This church, also known as the Church of Peter's Primacy, is located in Tabgha on the northwest shore of the Sea of Galilee. Here, after his resurrection, Jesus asked Saint Peter three times, "Do you love me?" and Saint Peter responded "Yes" each time. Jesus instructed Peter to feed his sheep, which meant he was handing over his authority on earth to Peter. Later, the Catholic Church recognized Saint Peter as the first pope.

Christian Quarter

The Christmas Church, also known as the Nativity Church and the Church of the Nativity, is jointly managed by the Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox, and Armenian churches. Bethlehem is most famous for its Christmas Church, also known as the Nativity Church and the Church of the Nativity.