Jordan: Walking the Land


The hills of Amman

Amman

Ron and I went to Jordan to pray at this critical time in the region. This was our third trip to Jordan in a year.

We learned so much as we traveled by a rented car from Amman to Mount Nebo to the Dead Sea.

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Then we drove along the Dead Sea to the southern border of the Port of Aqaba on the Red Sea.

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Then we took the King’s Highway up to Amman passing by Wadi Rum and Petra.

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We traveled up to the northern borders of Syria and Israel.

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We had the opportunity to visit some of the most ancient churches in the region and pray for the heritage of the Christian community.

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It was one of the most amazing journeys we have ever done.

God bless the King of Jordan, his household, his government and the citizens of Jordan.

We will visit again!

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Posted on November 2, 2014, in Jordan and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Have enjoyed the updates and seeing the pictures: mirror images of my side of the river. Amazing landscapes over there in Moab.

    DK

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  2. thank you for what you do, dear ones!! hugs, lynne

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  3. Marilyn Riordan

    God’s blessings to you both on your amazing ministry. Fabulous photo journal! I’m loving every minute if it. Thank you for sharing.

    In Him, Marilyn Anderson Riordan 🙏

    Sent from my iPhone

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  4. Thank you for sharing those magnificent sights and your prayers.
    Elysabeth

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