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Bible teaching with an emphasis on Israel, prophecy and the Jewish roots of Christianity

Series: “Yeshua”
Lamb sings their beautiful songs on each program against the biblical landscape. Zola teaches about our Lord in the places where He taught and the places where His influence continues. A very lovely video experience.
106 “The Upper Room”
Here, the Lord said, “I go to prepare a place for you” (John 14:2). That crucial Last Supper explained.
107 “The Parthenon”
Claimed by many to be the most beautiful temple ever built, the Parthenon graces the Acropolis of Athens. Zola teaches on the fascinating subject of temples to the gods.
108 “Mars Hill”
Zola stands where the Apostle Paul stood to address the Areopagus. An intriguing lesson taught in its exact, authentic setting. Paul and Zola deal with the Greek altar “to an unknown God.”
109 “The Dead Sea Scrolls”
Zola interviews the curator of the famous Dead Sea Scroll Museum in Jerusalem and addresses Isaiah 53 and other messianic prophecies.
110 “Golgotha”
With a face-on view of Skull Hill, Zola teaches the agony of the crucifixion. Calvary, up close. Very stirring.
111 “The Garden Tomb”
Another famous and spiritually uplifting site. Zola demonstrates that the tomb is empty because “He is risen; He is not here” (Mark 16 :6).
112 “The Menorah”
Standing outside the Knesset building on Jerusalem's “Capitol Hill,” Zola explains Jewish history by means of carvings on a giant candlestick, symbolic of the nation's heritage.
113 “The Southern Wall,” Part 1
Archeology at its best. Assisted by Israeli friends, Zola explains the history of Israel in stone.
114 “The Southern Wall,” Part 2
Another portion of the most fascinating archeological site on Earth. Zola stands at the Western Wall of the Temple with a native expert and examines the story of Israel of the past.
115 “Rhodes”
Teaching from a boat on the Mediterranean, Zola describes the journeys of Paul and his imprisonment on this pristine island of the ancient empire. A beautiful and meaningful lesson.
116 “Man on the Street”
The endlessly fascinating views of the everyday Israeli citizens are covered in detail. Zola questions a variety of passersby, including an Israeli believer in Yeshua, the Messiah of Israel.
117 “The Great Synagogue”
A magnificent view of the gorgeous building some think is to be the third Temple of God--The Tribulation Temple.