Pic of the Day

Following closely on the stunning photo of Jerusalem posted yesterday is this one:

It comes via the Bible Places Blog where Todd Bolen writes:

Crossway has posted a beautiful image of an open Bible with Jerusalem in the background. The publisher is using this image to promote the new ESV Study Bible, Personal Size, but teachers might find this image useful (click through for high resolution). I note that the Bible is open to the beginning of Psalm 48, but you must flip over one page in order to read some of my favorite words about Jerusalem:

Psalm 48:12–14 (ESV) — Walk about Zion, go around her, number her towers, consider well her ramparts, go through her citadels, that you may tell the next generation that this is God, our God forever and ever. He will guide us forever.

About Fr Stephen Smuts

TAC Priest in South Africa.
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2 Responses to Pic of the Day

  1. Oh the Logos and Rema, again ‘Word & Spirit’! When we open our Bible we are surely on Holy Ground!

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