Sea of Galilee love

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  • proper noun A lake in northern Israel, located about fifteen miles northeast of the ancient city of Nazareth.

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  • [1] After this Jesus went to the other side of the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias.

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  • A church on the Mount of Beatitudes overlooks the Sea of Galilee, which is known in Israel as Lake Kinneret.

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  • So they boarded their little boat to cruise across the Sea of Galilee, which is really a very large freshwater lake known for storms rising up without warning.

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  • That is the Sea of Galilee, which is inside Israel.

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  • 1 After this Jesus went to the other side of the Sea of Galilee, which is the Sea of Tiberias.

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  • Tourism officials said Israel has long facilitated pilgrimages for Christians to travel in Jesus' footsteps – spanning from the sites of his crucifixion and resurrection in Jerusalem to the Sea of Galilee, where he is said to have walked on water.

    Israel Calls All Tourists With Virgin Mary Sites

  • Tourism officials said Israel has long facilitated pilgrimages for Christians to travel in Jesus' footsteps – spanning from the sites of his crucifixion and resurrection in Jerusalem to the Sea of Galilee, where he is said to have walked on water.

    Israel Calls All Tourists With Virgin Mary Sites

  • Tourism officials said Israel has long facilitated pilgrimages for Christians to travel in Jesus' footsteps – spanning from the sites of his crucifixion and resurrection in Jerusalem to the Sea of Galilee, where he is said to have walked on water.

    Israel Calls All Tourists With Virgin Mary Sites

  • The menorah was engraved in stone around 2,000 years ago and found in a synagogue recently discovered by the Sea of Galilee.

    Archaeologists Find Early Menorah Depiction

  • The menorah was engraved in stone around 2,000 years ago and found in a synagogue recently discovered by the Sea of Galilee.

    Archaeologists Find Early Menorah Depiction

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