July 25, 2017

We left Golan and our lovely accommidation at Ramon and went on to Bet Shen. This is a very ancient city and the old ruins are the best preserved in Israel. This is the Philitine town where they took King Saul after his death and strung him up in the city gates. and it was also the capital of the Decapolious in the time of Jesus. I guess we cant compalin because we prayed for rain on the shores of the Galilee but it really poured with rain while we were there. Our guide who is almost 50 said he had never seen rain in Bet Shan like he saw today, it was running down the streets and flooding. We left Bet Shan a littel wet and went on to Jerusalem via the Jordon valley and along the Jordon border road. We arrived in Jerusalem late afternoon still raining. We viewed the city from Mt Scopus near the Hebrew univercity. Jerusalem is always a pleasure to behold For those at home worried about our saftey in Jerusalem thank you. There have been a number of attacks on Israel in the past 24 hours all well away from where we are staying.  We are stating outside the troubled areas but we are on alert. For those wanting to call family or loved ones we will be in Maale Hachamisha Hotel for the next three nights the number from NZ is 00972 2 5331333 if you want to call your family. Until tomorrow  IAN JOHNSON

Ian Johnson is an itinerant Prophetic Revelator and Revivalist from Auckland New Zealand. Along with His wife Joye they minister encouraging the body of Christ to move into revival and the Glory realm. Ian Johnson is a conference & Prophetic speaker, Author and Prophetic leader. With his wife Joye they are founders and directors of His Amazing Glory Ministries based in Auckland New Zealand. Ian & Joye have been pioneers and leaders of Churches in Auckland for over 25 years and itinerant since 2007 ministering in NZ, Australia & the Nations. They take regular tours to Israel as part of their ministry. Ian & Joye are committed members and part of the leadership team at Horizon Church in Auckland NZ

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