Something happens to you when you're there. You hear God's heartbeat ... you feel His breath. You know beyond all other knowledge that you've been called home ... and have arrived.

 

I have shed homesick tears with the writing of each of these articles. I find myself longing for a people whom God called "His inheritance."  As I daily read my Bible, I am blessed with a deeper sense of the land, of the characters, of the desire God has always had for His children to draw close to Him -- to reach for His heart -- to stroke His face. 

 

And I pray, sincerely pray, that everyone who reads my words about Israel, will someway, somehow, some day make the trip to discover what I now know -- and will, like me, fall into the Bible, and more in love with God than they ever knew they could be.

 

Photo by Dana Kempler. Eva Marie Everson is the author of Shadow of Dreams & Summon the Shadows and an award-winning national speaker.  She can be contacted for comments or for speaking engagement bookings at Bridegroomsbride@aol.com

 

 

Other Articles in This Series:
Falling Into The Bible: The Garden Tomb
Falling Into The Bible: The Chapel At The Fifth Station
Falling Into The Bible, Part 5: The Sea of Galilee
Ruth: Gleaning in the the Fields of Jesus
Falling into the Bible 3 -- Mt. Tabor; Above All, Jesus!

Falling Into The Bible, Part 2: Mary's Well

Falling into the Bible: The Ancient City of Hazor