Travel Guide to Jordan or Walking on the cross of Calvary

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Travel Guide to Jordan or Walking on the cross of Calvary. It has been a while since I wrote a new travelogue in the Bible. This time it is a matter of special request from Christian brothers and sisters. During the journey to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, the crucifixion is marked by special places, and believers follow the same pattern of prayer at each of the marked places. You will find 14 such landmarks along Di Karani Road.

Event Background

Although Christians already know the background of the story, let me give you a brief overview of what was written for other religions, which may not be easy to understand. From the time Jesus Christ was incarnate, He knew that He would have to die on a cross at the appointed time. Prophets have foretold this in the Old Testament. The Old and New Testaments refer to the time before and after the birth of Jesus Christ. The Christian Bible is divided into two parts. In the Old Testament, people offered sacrifices to atone for their sins. The practice of sacrifice has since ended because Jesus Christ sacrificed Himself.

Ordinary religious people

It was replaced by the sacrifice of thanksgiving (thanksgiving for the works of God). Ordinary religious people are not happy because Jesus Christ preached and changed the lives of many people. In time, he was handed over to the authorities for trial. Even though the authorities could not convict him because of his innocence, the people finally ordered him to be crucified according to the will of the people. This is where the crucifixion that we are going to talk about happened. In time, he was handed over to the authorities for trial.

Even though the authorities could not convict him because of his innocence, the people finally ordered him to be crucified according to the will of the people. This is where the crucifixion that we are going to talk about happened. In time, he was handed over to the authorities for trial. Even though the authorities could not convict him because of his innocence, the people finally ordered him to be crucified according to the will of the people. This is where the crucifixion that we are going to talk about happened.

Walking on the cross of Calvary

“He took up his cross and went out, and to another place which is called The Skull. This place is called Golgotha ​​in Hebrew. ” (John 19:17)

Some of us were excited about this trip in Jerusalem. I used to think that Karanigone would be a mountain. We have to climb the mountain to see the scenery. Not really. Because of the changes that have taken place, we have not been able to climb the mountain. There are so many shops along the way that you do not even have time to get bored. You will have to pay more attention to Buddhism. Every shop has local products and services. Home decor Christian memorabilia; Because they see all kinds of delicious food. In between these shops you will reach a station called a station. Some are even invisible. Some are in temples. There are too many people.

Here Due to the large number of pilgrims, the group often travels in large numbers in large groups (sometimes two or three groups at a time). As a tourist attraction, you will also find it lovely to see each group led by a small and medium-sized cruiser. The markers are marked with Roman numerals so they can be easily found. You will also find it lovely to see people carrying small and medium-sized animals. The markers are marked with Roman numerals so they can be easily found. You will also find it lovely to see people carrying small and medium-sized animals. The markers are marked with Roman numerals so they can be easily found.

Marker Location (1) | Christ was condemned for sin

This is where the priests, Elders The scribes, such as the scribes, were sent to Pilate to be judged (Mark 15: 1). I did not find it marked as obvious. This is where Pretorium was located inside the Roman garrison of General Anthony of Jerusalem. Today it is located inside The AI ​​Omariya campus.

Marker Location (2) | The Cross of Christ

This is where the crucifixion of Jesus Christ begins. I have noticed that the convicts of that time did not have to carry the heavy cross to carry them to the place where they would be killed. That is why the cross begins here. There you will now see a Francis Church building. The day we arrived, we were not allowed to enter because we were worshiping at the church. We had to study inside the church compound. From there, we started our way up a rocky path.

Marker Location (3) | Christ fell for the first time

I felt that the cross that I had to carry for a single person would be quite large. This is where Jesus Christ fell for the first time without much effort. It is located on the corner of Dolorosa Street and El-Wad Street, inside a Polish cathedral. You can enter the place and enjoy the memorable sculptures. Pilgrims also visit the temple to worship inside and outside the temple.

Marker Location (4) | Where Christ and Mother meet

There is no mention of this incident in the New Testament. However, as the fourth landmark, Jesus Christ and Mary met and worshiped as a place of comfort for her son. Here, too, you can see the Armenian Catholic Church, which is decorated with memorabilia depicting the encounter with Christ. It is located on El-Wad Road, very close to Mark 3.

Marker Location (5) | A Cyrus man helping Christ on the cross

At this mark, a traveler named Simon was commissioned to carry the cross of Jesus Christ. It has been noted that in those days, when convicts could not carry the cross, soldiers often forcibly arrested a nearby traveler. Simon (Simon) of Cyrene was traveling at the time. He was arrested and taken to be crucified after Jesus (Luke 23:26).

Travel Guide Marker Location (6) | The veil on the face of Christ

On the way to Calvary, many followers of Jesus Christ wept for him. Jesus Christ himself must have been suffering from a bloodbath. At this point, it is likely that Jesus Christ fell. At that time, Varonica, the sister of Jesus Christ, wiped the blood from her face with a towel, and the face of Christ remained as if it had been painted on a towel. Now here is a small Greek church, St. The Church of Veronica is here. But you can not find the towel here. The veil on which the face of Christ (called The Holy Face) appears is from St. Paul, Rome. It is kept in St. Peter’s Basilica.

Travel Guide Marker Location (7) | Christ fell the second time

Located next to the center of Khan Al-Zeit Street, where the oil market is located, there are two adjoining temples. The two temples are connected by a flight of stairs. Here Jesus Christ fell a second time because of the weight of the cross. This place was once considered a place of confession for sinners and their punishments, and through this gate, the city was abandoned and Jesus Christ went to Golgotha ​​(the place of the skull).

Travel Guide Marker Location (8) | Christ comforted the weeping Jerusalem women from Christ

It is located on the right corner of Aqabat Al-Khanqah on the main road leading to the Christian community in Jerusalem. It is located close to the 7 markers so you can see it without much searching. The sign is found on a large stone wall. Behind that wall is a Greek temple.

“Jesus turned to them and said,“ Women of Jerusalem, Do not weep for me. Weep for yourselves and for your sons. ” (Luke 23:28)

Travel Guide Marker Location (9) | Christ fell for the third time

I really like this place. There is a beautiful gate arch. There is a sign on the stone wall near the place. Pilgrims cling to this wall and pray. There are Greek temples nearby. This is where Jesus Christ fell for the third time, and from there he saw the place where He was to be crucified.

Travel Guide Marker Location (10) | To take off the garments of Christ

From here, the five places mentioned above are in the same temple. It is located inside The Holy Sepulcher. As you know from Jerusalem, Christian neighborhoods; Muslim Quarter He lived with his group in a Jewish neighborhood. The Holy Sepulcher Cathedral is located in the heart of the Christian quarter of Jerusalem. We had to cross the market to the temple from the 9th stop. Therefore, all the places around the temple are full of shops and restaurants. So, it is full of restaurants. I met many people trying to enter the church. Jesus Christ laid down His life at The Holy Sepulcher. He was buried. It must be said that he was resurrected. Now in the 10th place, they take off the clothes of Jesus Christ.

Travel Guide Marker Location (11) | Christ was nailed to a cross

“And when they had crucified him, they parted his garments, casting lots upon them, what every man should take. When they had crucified him, It is about one o’clock in the morning. ” (Mark 15: 24-25)

The walls and ceilings of The Holy Sepulcher are covered with beautiful mosaics. Feelings of sadness will overwhelm you. It will be a joy to see so many pilgrims cheering with enthusiasm. I’m glad that I’m actually in the Bible. You will see a large painting of Christ being nailed to a cross. I noticed that the area was guarded by Roman Catholic groups.

Marker Location (12) | Christ died on the cross

The site of the crucifixion and crucifixion can be found on The Holy Sepulcher. So, this place is constantly being crowded with people. We had to walk almost back to back, which was quite difficult even to produce a camera. It was dark inside, so it was difficult to take pictures. Therefore, it is more convenient with the latest camera phones. The site is said to be under the control of the Greek Orthodox Church. The exact location of the cross of Christ is clearly marked.

“Jesus took the vinegar, and gave it to them to drink. And he bowed his head, and gave up the ghost. (John 19:30)

Travel Guide Marker Location (13) | To take Christ from the cross

It is said that the place where Jesus Christ was brought back from the cross was given to his mother, Mary. Here the body of Jesus Christ was anointed on a large stone. It was applied with spices. Wrapped in white cloth. I noticed that the pilgrims who came to visit this stone mat were very special in terms of touching and praying. Since the day of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ was a feast day, the next day was a Sabbath, so Pilate immediately took away the bodies so that they would not be crucified. Meanwhile, Joseph of Arimathea, who believed in Jesus Christ, approached Pilate and asked for Jesus’ body. Then, as mentioned earlier, the Sabbath was about to begin, and a garden near the place where the crucifixion took place was carved out of stone.

Travel Guide Marker Location (14) | The burial or resurrection of Christ

Jesus was buried in a garden near the place of crucifixion, as the Sabbath was about to end and the Sabbath was about to begin. The entrance to the tomb was covered with a large stone. Therefore, the 14th mark is not far from the 13th mark. You will see many pilgrims lining up to enter the tomb. Inside is a little narrow. Now you will see a lot of settings. Renovations with marble were made around 1555. Forty-two lamps are lit day and night. This place is Latin. Greek and Armenian teams take turns patrolling every 13 days.

Just as the prophecy foretold three days after the burial of Jesus Christ He was resurrected. After the Sabbath, believers came to prepare the body for burial. At that moment, a large stone covering the tomb was opened. In fact, at that time, Jesus Christ preached that he would be resurrected, so his disgruntled people demanded that the authorities put guards on him. But when the women came, they did not find the body.

Two angels appeared

At that moment, two angels appeared and proclaimed the resurrection. Guards were ordered to leave. But when the women came, they did not find the body. At that moment, two angels appeared and proclaimed the resurrection. Guards were ordered to leave. But when the women came, they did not find the body. At that moment, two angels appeared and proclaimed the resurrection.

“It is not here; He is risen from the dead! The Son of Man is betrayed into the hands of sinners. He was to be crucified. Remember what he said to you while he was yet in Galilee, that he should rise again the third day ”(Luke 24: 6-7).

Traveling in the Bible today seems to be a bit more readable. It is also a matter of great reverence for believers to take the time to study all 14 of these sites. Some people say that it is God who died, as some say, but all Christians know the answer. Therefore, from the beginning, Christ foretold for all the sins that came down from Adam, and He died to take all our sins. It is worshiped by Christians in the belief that it has conquered death. So, in the eyes of other religions, this may be the case. Thanks to everyone who reads for any reason. May God’s blessing be upon each one.