Thursday, December 31, 2009


The next day we slowly made our way toward Jerusalem. Along the way, we stopped at several places, the first being Tabgha. This is the traditional site believed to be where Jesus called on his disciples as it is a great fishing spot. It again is located right on the Sea of Galilee and has been a well-preserved site. There is a church built on top of a rock that is believed to be where Jesus and his disciples shared his "last breakfast" after Jesus' resurrection. This site is also called the "Primacy of Peter", because it was here that Jesus said to Peter, "Feed my sheep" (John 21).

The rock behind us is what is known to be the place that Jesus had his "last breakfast" with his disciples.

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