Category Archives: Megiddo

Megiddo Underground Spring

Looking back at the pictures of the sites we have visited so far, I came across these two that really impressed me, taken at Megiddo. Back around 9 B.C., the Israelites dug this tunnel though solid rock to access an underground spring that was outside of their fortification.

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Megiddo Spring 1
Megiddo

—Chip & Barb Ott,
Bus #1

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The High Place at Megiddo

We say Tel Megiddo today.  It was a very strategic city in Israel.  While inside the site, we saw where they had uncovered the place where people worshiped idols.

It made me stop for a moment and once again ask the question:  “What are the idols of my heart?  To which ‘gods’ have I erected ‘high places’ in my life?”  Lord, help me to repent of those things and offer myself wholeheartedly only to You!

The High Place at Megiddo
The High Place at Megiddo

–Garen Forsythe,
Bus 10 – Sky Blue

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Entering a deep water source

Bus number 1 takes the steep path down to a water source deep underground. Created to give the city life and keep the water hidden from attacking armies. Meggido is rich in history and rears itself frequently in biblical narratives.

Underground Water Source at Meggido
Underground Water Source at Meggido

-Todd Turner,
Bus 1 Shepherd

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Megiddo Hill

This hill houses a crooked tree that sits on top of over 20+ different layers of civilization dating to over 5,500 years.

Meggido Hill
Megiddo Hill

Taking this city is like conquering a 1,000 cities. #megiddo

–Todd Turner
Bus 1 Shepherd

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