Below Sea Level

The following post was sent to us by Lee Van Rensburg, one of our great EO hospitality staff members in the Holy Land right now:

A familiar sign around the Holy Land. One passes it on the way down from Nazareth to Tiberias (650 ft below Sea Level); on the way up to Jerusalem (2,800 ft above Sea Level); on the way down to the Dead Sea, Qumran and Masada (1,200 ft below Sea Level) and again on the way up to Bethlehem. Did you know 80% of Jesus' ministry took place below Sea Level?