A photo tour of the prophet’s travels.
- Stand where the fire fell and shout, “The Lord! He is God!”
- Walk where Elijah ran from Jezebel.
- Climb Mt. Horeb and enter the cave of “Wind, Quake, and Fire.”
- Where he came from – Tishbe – Hometown
- Where he confronted King Ahab – Jezreel City
- Where he hid by a brook – Kerith
- Where he hid with a widow – Zarephath
- Where God sent him a fire ball – Mt. Carmel
- Where he ran for his life. – Beersheba
- Where he hiked in 40 days and nights – Forty
- Where God showed him a three-act play
- Hashem el-Tarif
- Jabal Mousa – St. Catherine’s Monastery
- Jabal al-Lawz
- Har Karkorm
- Where he threw his cloak on Elisha – Abel Meholah
- Where he went to the barber – Hair
- Where no man has gone before
Where no man has gone before
40 days and nights
“Dan to Beersheba”
The Boulder of Bethshan
Chuckle from behind the boulder of Bethshan while young Elijah faces the king into the ground. Search the Mediterranean for “a cloud the size of a man’s hand.” Run from Jezebel to refuge in Rehov and then huddle in the reeds of the Jordan.
The Caves of Qumran
Stick your head inside a Qumran Cave.
“Any scrolls left?”
Don’t just glance up at Masada, like Elijah did. Take the cable car. Just outside Beersheba, lose yourself in the desert, and grab a nap under the nearest juniper tree.
The Chariot of Fire
After you climb Mt. Sinai, go up to Jerusalem. Knock at the front gate of the royal palace, and deliver a letter to King Jehoram. In Jericho, try — Just you try! — to ditch Elisha before you connect with that Chariot of Fire.
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