Three times in a year shall all your males appear before Yahweh your
Elohim in the place which He shall choose (Jerusalem).
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It is truly one of the most exciting experiences that you will have in your life, to be blessed to spend a feast in Israel and take a Pilgrimage in the land. After reading the Holy Scriptures for so many years, to be able to see it all with your own eyes will be a life changing experience. We are trying to truly encourage representatives from countries all over the world to come and experience this rare blessing, and represent their given nation as Zech 14:16 states. After spending the feast in Jerusalem you will never want to spend it anywhere else. As it states in:
Eze 36:38 Like a holy flock, like the flock of Jerusalem in her appointed feasts, so the wasted cities shall be filled with flocks of men. And they shall know that I am Yahweh.
Before Sukkot you will arrive in the Old City and we will build our Sukkah before the opening night of the feast. Then, during Sukkot we will travel several days around the Old City of Jerusalem and you will get to see the Mount of Olives, The City of David, as well as David's tomb and the room of the last supper, and also the remains of the House of Caiphas where they still have today the remains of the scourging room where Yahshua would have been held the night before His crucifixion. We also hope to possibly go to a biblical park that will teach you everything there is to know from a Hebrew perspective on the harvest fruits of Sukkot and the land of Israel.
After Sukkot, on Thursday morning we will be leaving Jerusalem and heading northeast to the Bet Shean Bordering crossing into Jordan and the land of the tribe of Gad. Once into Jordan we will meet our Jordanian guide and then go to birthplace of the prophet Elijah.
After that we will go by Ein Sukkot where Jacob stayed, and also see the place of the Jabok River where Jacob fought the Messenger of Yahweh. After we will see the amazing archaeological Museum in Ammon that houses the Copper Scroll from Kumran.
The next day we will visit Mount Nebo where Moses saw the Promised Land and Tel Heshbon one of the encampments of the sons of Israel. We will also go to the very place where John the Baptist baptized Yashshua in the Jordan River. Then we will see the cave that Lot and his daughters fled to when Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed, and sleep in the beautiful Rumanna campsite, and also spend the Sabbath there and have services in a tabernacle.
The first day of the week we will go to Feynan and take jeep rides to the copper mines where the Israelites were with Moses and also Solomon used. Afterward we will see the Biblical Sela where which may be the very place where Yahweh hids His remnant in the last days.
And our last day in Jordan on Monday we will climb Mount Hor the very place where Aaron the brother f Moses is buried. Afterward we will cross the border back into Israel and spend the night in Eilat. Then, on Tuesday we will travel all the way back up north stopping at the Gomorrah ashes and the Dead Sea for lunch on our way to dropping off the group at the airport in Tel Aviv. This will be our most extensive pilgrimage to Jordan we have ever taken and we will get to see some things we have never seen before.
This would include 15 days and 14 nights during the feast and the tour, NOT including airfare, but including all touring costs during and after Sukkot with two meals daily. We have been given a very good price of $1799 per person based on double room occupancy. Children under 2 are free and Children between 2 and 11 are 25% off, and child 12 and over are full price. You can download all feast information and applications in the section below.