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Three Seas Outlook Tour – July 2022

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          July 2022

Visit Israel without leaving your home!

This episode of CFOIC Heartland’s Virtual Tours is a very special one. Join Sondra as she brings you to her favorite place in all of Samaria, the Three Seas Outlook, and leads you on a foundational Biblical journey from the days of Abraham to the return of the Jewish People to their Homeland by the Oaks of Moreh.

There is nothing like a sunny day in Israel, particularly when it is not the burning heat of mid-summer. When the sun shines, I feel as if God is beckoning to me to go outside, to rejoice in the warmth of the sunshine, to explore His world and His land, to walk the pathways that my ancestors walked and hear the words of the Bible that were spoken on the hilltops that are literally my backyard. So today, I want to invite you personally to join me for a visit to the Biblical Heartland, so that you too can appreciate this precious land, walk its holy paths and soak up its warm and beckoning sunlight. 

This coming November, we are hosting our first CFOIC Heartland tour since COVID and it is going to be our best tour ever. Lots of time to explore Israel, to visit the places that so few tours will take you to. There is also an optional add-on if you are able to extend your visit and really take advantage of your time in Israel. November is the best month of the year for a visit – it is not yet cold but the hot summer is already behind us. There is lots of sun that beckons but no sun that burns. I can’t think of a better time of year or a better tour for you to explore the Land of Israel.

And to whet your appetite, take a look at the virtual tour below. Join me at the Three Seas Outlook as I show you the Biblical Mountains of Samaria and explain the Biblical significance of this foundational area of Israel. 

I hope you enjoyed our virtual tour of the Three Seas Outlook. If you are not able to travel, then joining our virtual tour is clearly the next best thing. But if you are able to travel, I hope that this virtual glimpse of Israel has spurred you on to join our tour. Click here for more details on our November tour.  https://cfoic.com/tour/   I really hope to see you then and will look forward to welcoming you in my own community of Karnei Shomron. And of course, I will take you to the Three Seas Outlook. There is no substitute for being there, in person, to hear God’s voice to Abraham with the promise that changed the world: “I will give this land to your children” (Genesis 12:7).

May God bless you richly!

Sondra Oster Baras
Israel Director
CFOIC Heartland

5 thoughts on “Three Seas Outlook Tour – July 2022”

  1. Thank you. That was very inspirational. Beauty is truth and truth beauty and beauty entrances. Have fun and stay safe and keep on doing the great work that you have done.

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  2. I liked this one, reading the Bible while being at the place the story is taking place is very effective. I think our tour guide may have taken us up there.

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  3. Thanks for that, Sondra. The importance of understanding Biblical prophecy can only be understood in the light of teaching like this, and being seen in its geographical reality emphasises how important this is. We need to know our Bible!

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  4. This is also one of my very favorite places in the Land of Israel. I was only able to go to Alon Moreh one time, and the Three Seas Lookout, but it’s one of my most precious memories.
    This was an excellent virtual tour. Your explanation of the blessings and cursing of the covenant was really good. This is a video I can share with those who don’t understand the significance of the Promise to Abraham at this place, then the Children of Israel at Sinai, then when they came as a nation into the Land for the first time. Thank you Sondra for sharing it with us. My prayer is that in my next trip to Israel I can visit this place again.

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