What would it be like to stand in the places we read about in the Bible every day? What role does geography play in the accounts we read? Will visiting these places add a new dimension to my personal Bible reading? Now you can find out for yourself!
"The next day we left and came to Caesarea, and we entered the house of Philip the evangelizer" Acts 21:8
Israel and the Bible Lands are full of amazing sites to experience first hand. Here are a few of the amazing locations you can get to visit with Mizpah Bible Land Tours.
for witnesses by witnesses
Mizpah tours offer faith-strengthening tours for Jehovah?s Witnesses and their friends to the Bible Lands. Our approach to all of our Tours is to develop scriptural themes for each day of the tour. Local Brothers and Sisters will join our tour as guest guides as we seek to answer important Scriptural questions. Our guides are congregation elders and in full-time service and their expressions reflect a deep love for Jehovah.
"OUR APPROACH TO ALL OF OUR BIBLE TOURS IS TO develop A scriptural theme for each day of the tour"
At Genesis 31:43-53 Laban makes a covenant with Jacob. This covenant was concluded making a "Mizpah" or "Mits-pah" which is translated as "Watchtower". This was a place, a thing, and a greeting. The place is where it stood, the thing is the stone tower, and the greeting has been translated in some translations as:"May Jehovah keep watch over you and over me until we meet again...!"