I thrill, more than anything else, at the privilege of being able to show Christians around Israel.
Most particularly, it has to do with a non-descript knoll on the eastern edge of this city – a hill which, although we cannot actually see it, is the single most important piece of geography in the country; in fact, on all planet Earth.
This hill is unique in its designation, in its history and in its ultimate, glorious future. Called the Mountain of the Lord, Mount Moriah and, in today’s political language, the Temple Mount, it really is anything but a mountain. Yet here, on this place, Heaven and Earth have met before and, one day, before too long, they will meet again.
Source: Israel Today