I Knelt Today Where Jesus Knelt (4 of 5) by Jeff Strite
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Series: Learning From Jesus
OPEN: There's a favorite Christian song from years ago called "I walked today where Jesus walked" and it goes like this:
"I walked today where Jesus walked, in days of long ago.
I wandered down each path He knew, with reverent step and slow.
Those little lanes, they have not changed. A sweet peace fills the air.
I walked today where Jesus walked, and felt His presence there. "
It's a beautiful song that tells of visiting Bethlehem, the Hills of Galilee, the Mount of Olives, the Mighty Jordan and ultimately speaks of climbing the Hill of Calvary - "where on the Cross He died".
It's a beautiful song, and it's been heard by 1000s of believers.
But 1000s more have actually had the privilege of going to the Promised Land.
To actually see the places where Jesus walked.
Now, most of the time, those are guided tours, where folks get onto huge tour buses and are driven down the road to visit various holy sites where Jesus would have been.
But, a few years ago, someone put together a 40 mile hiking path called the "Jesus trail". Travelers can hire a guide, download GPS coordinates from Jesustrail.com or pick up trail maps at tourist sites.
The path is meant to be hiked in four days.
You can start off the trail in Nazareth, and sleep in the town where Jesus lived in as a boy. And as you hike the trail you can stay at occasional guest houses or you can carry tents with you and camp out along the path.
Tour Buses only stop at the known holy sites, but this path lets you actually see the flowers, and sense the feel of the land as you walk for 4 days ... "where Jesus walked."
Now wouldn't that be cool?
Wouldn't you love to be able to experience that trail?
I'd love to try it.
But that's just tourism.
That's just sight-seeing.
Year ago, I went to visit St. Louis and I loved visiting the various sites there. But I didn't really get to feel what i ...
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