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And the entire congregation of the Children of Israel assembled at Shiloh... And Joshua said, "How long are you slack to come in to possess the Land, which the Lord God of your forefathers has given you?"
When Joshua spoke these words in Shiloh, he was not just speaking to the Israelites of that time. The Bible is eternal and contains lessons for all time, thus we read Joshua's rallying words as a message for our generation as well, to "come to possess the Land!" The people of the modern day city of Shiloh have taken Joshua's message to heart, establishing a thriving community in the biblical heartland. In the process they have experienced a number of terror attacks. Help heal the trauma of terrorism in the lives of innocent children who have lost loved ones or witnessed the horror of terrorism first-hand.
Feel as if you're here, walking on one of the oldest roads in the world, the road walked by millions of Israelites who made pilgrimages to Shiloh to worship God at the Tabernacle. Astounding archeological remains make the Bible come to life!
A new report has revealed that some 60,000 Americans immigrants are living in "settlements" in Judea and Samaria, where they are often inspired by an American vision of pioneering and building new suburbanized utopian communities.
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