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Sea of Galilee: From Fishing to Tourism

avatar   Stacy

Posted On 01/13/2023 10:09:34

Israel | Port of Haifa | Holy Land | Sea of Galilee | Capernaum | Capharnaum | Miracles | Jesus Christ | Jesus

Sea of Galilee: From Fishing to Tourism


It is said that the Sea of Galilee has not changed dramatically since the time when Jesus was walking on its shore. There are, however, two notable changes which have occurred through the years. The water level of the sea has been dropping and what was a fishing village in years gone bye is now a tourist attraction. Like the nearby Dead Sea, the Sea of Galilee is also below sea level (approximately 685 feet). The big difference between the two seas is that the Sea of Galilee is filled with fresh water, not salt water.

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What places have you visited where miracles are said to have occurred?

Our one day tour from the Port of Haifa took us to the Sea of Galilee. It was on the sea where Jesus walked on water and on the shore where it is said that he cured the sick and calmed a storm.

Have you visited the Holy Lands in Israel?

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