Imagine following Jesus along the road, listening in on his conversations and gleaning from the lessons He taught in the holy places He traveled. Join author Wayne Stiles as he walks in the steps of Jesus: through Bethlehem, Samaria, Jerusalem, Nazareth, Galilee and beyond. Experience the places where Jesus met a lonely woman in Samaria, a den of hypocrites in the Temple, a Jerusalem Pharisee still searching for truth, fishermen with a sea of false expectations and a hometown ashamed of Him. Entering the Holy land through the settings, sights and sounds of Stiles's engaging travelogue, listeners will not only discover more about these sacred places, but also learn practical lessons that will find their way into their hearts. And ultimately, prepare them for their own encounter with Christ.
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I have wanted to travel to the Holy Land with Pastor Chuck Swindoll for many years. It hasn't been possible. Yet God faithfully answered my prayer. He allowed me to "be there" through the travels and writing of Wayne Stiles. It has been an amazing journey. One "hearing" of Wayne's book is not enough. I will enjoy many repeat "journeys" to come. It is insightful and challenging. May its impact never dull.
The detailed description of the places and the voice of the narrator. I appreciated all the scripture used.
It's hard to pick one because it's all of God's word along with the places He visited. Each chapter had a very good lesson. I will listen to it again to get even more of what I missed the first time.
No, so I can't make a comparison.
The next best thing to visiting Israel.
I've been to Israel and so many memories came back. I could picture it in my head.
Yes, I was expecting a travel guide for the potential tourist. A description of sites within Israel and Jerusalem. But what I received was much more. It was a journey with commentaries that challenge the reader to strengthen their faith and actions in Christ.
This audiobook was a gem.
The description of the destruction of Herod's temple by the Romans. Real faith should not rest in our physical monuments, but in our hearts.
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