Swimming in Galilee, You See a Lot (video)

The “Sea” of Galilee is more like a lake. You can see across to the other side even on hazy days.

To Bible students, the Sea of Galilee is famous for the time Jesus spent there. He lived in Capernaum for a time. He chose many of His Apostles along the north shore. He occasionally crossed the water by boat, and by foot on one miraculous occasion. He performed countless miracles and spoke many of His most famous words, all in a remarkably small area.

This short video from my 2012 trip illustrates the close proximity of some sites associated with Jesus’ ministry. Enjoy!

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About lukechandler

I live in Temple Terrace, Florida, with my lovely wife Melanie and our four children. I am a minister with the North Terrace Church of Christ in Temple Terrace, Florida, and hold an M.A. in Ancient and Classical History. I'm active in English and Spanish language gospel work and in archaeological excavations in Israel. You can join one of my tours to Europe or the Bible Lands. Learn more at my tour website: www.LukeChandlerTours.com.
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3 Responses to Swimming in Galilee, You See a Lot (video)

  1. Bill Irby says:

    Hello! My name is Bill Irby and I have just returned from a 12 day trip to Israel with Rodney Cloud. Incredible. I preach in Athens, AL at the West Hobbs Street Church of Christ. You have a very fine site.

  2. Jonah Perkins says:

    Wow, I don’t know how I’d be able to stay so calm knowing how much important history was all around me at a moment like that. Really great video, looks like fun.

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