Retracing the View

“To venture up to

Mountains heights.

Breathe the air of

Snow and light.

To walk where others

Have shared the view,

Joshua,

David,

And

Peter too.

 

Truth of days and

Time gone by.

Retracing steps

He was sure to climb.

Up unto where

Hills meet sky;

The

Transformation of

Jesus Christ.”

 

 

View of Mount Herman from Hazor.

“Joshua turned back at that time and took Hazor…

Then he burned Hazor with fire.” Joshua 11:10-11 NKJV

 


“Therefore, I will remember you from

The land of Jordan, and from the

Heights of Hermon.”

A Psalm of David – Psalm 42:6 NKJV

 

“Now after six days

Jesus took Peter, James and John his brother, and

Led them up on a high mountain by themselves and

He was transfigured before them.

His face shone like the sun, and

His cloths became as white as the light.”

Matthew 17:1-2 NKJV

 

Poem by denisebalog©2018

Photos captured by denisebalog©2018 at Hazor, in the Upper Galilee region of Israel.

Author: DeniseBalog

Author and Photographer who enjoys writing about Jesus and sharing photographs to illuminate His beauty.

7 thoughts on “Retracing the View”

  1. Retracing. What a beautiful way of reflecting. Lovely poem. In many ways it is remembering in seasons like Christmas and Easter we have the opportunity of ‘retracing’ if only we could stop the materialism and hype from blinding the beginnings. (I believe we can by ‘retracing’ through the Word and in prayer). Shalom! Grace!

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    1. Amen! Yes Faye, this is a special time of the year to retrace the path that Jesus took, starting here at Mount Hermon, all the way to Jerusalem to save us. God bless you friend. Thank you for your thoughtful comments.

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