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So much fun to visit Tabgha and see the many sites where Jesus taught and gave us so much information on how to live our best lives. Don't miss this if you visit the holy land. Beautiful churches and grounds in this area.
While the site is known for the spot of the miracle of the multiplication of loaves and fishes, the experience that was in my mind during the visit was the fourth resurrection appearance of Jesus Christ. When you are standing on the beach outside of...More
The church is built upon the location of the miracle where Jesus multiplied the fish and the bread to feed the crowd. There are mosaic remains and some of the old ruins. The current church itself is simple and not too big. If you are...More
This is the site mentioned in the Bible where the Multiplication of the loaves and fishes took place. The rock where the loaves were blessed is in the church. Don’t forget to see the 5th mosaic showing the loaves and fishes.
This was a nice place to visit and one that was connected to scripture about the multiplication of the loaves and fishes, found in Matthew 14:13-21. Reading about it and then seeing the place it happened makes it come to life.
Another of Israel's "must see" places but, how many "Feeding of the Multitude" actually happened? Mathew and Mark record two in different places, whilst Luke and John combine the two events into one; using the place where the second feeding took place as the 'spot'...More
Tabgha is the name used here to refer to the church on the Mount of Beatitudes and other important churches nearby. It is something like a settlement on the Sea of Galilee. For me, Tabgha is the place where the Pilgrims‘‘ Hospice is. To me,...More