Arabah Valley south of the Dead Sea stretches 100 miles (155 km) to the northern tip of the Red Sea's Gulf of Aqaba. The valley serves as a natural border between Israel in the west and Jordan in the east.
Map Arabah Valley, a 100-mile-long (155 km) desolate valley between the Dead Sea and the Red Sea's northeastern tip, the Gulf of Aqaba. It marks the boundary between Israel and Jordan.
Map city gates Jerusalem
Map city gates of Jerusalem in about 520 BC, when the walls and gates were still broken from an earlier invasion. Babylonians destroyed the walls and the Jewish Temple a generation earlier, in 586 BC. But the prophet Zechariah said God promised to fill a rebuilt city from one gate to another until the city is crowded. But in Zechariah's time, Jerusalem was still rubble from the war.
Gates of Jerusalem 520 BC
Bible map Gilead
Bible map Gilead. God promises to bring exiled Jews home. He says they'll fill up the region of Gilead and overflow into Lebanon.
Bible Map Damascus, Hamath, Tyre, Sidon
Bible map of Damascus, Hamath, Tyre, and Sidon, which are cities and kingdoms doomed to fall, according to Zechariah's prophecy in Zechariah 9.
Bible map of Damascus, Hamath, Tyre, Sidon
Map King on a Donkey
Map of the road to Jerusalem for a king on a donkey. This is a prophecy of Zechariah that early Christians including the New Testament writer of the Gospel of Matthew said pointed to the Triumphal Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, a few days before his crucifixion.
Map of a King on a donkey in Jerusalem
Map Shephelah foothills
Map of the Shephelah foothills west of Jerusalem. The gentle rolling hills blend the Judean hills into the coastal plains below. In Old Testament times, the Jews lived in the hills. Philistines with war chariots lived in cities on the plains.
Map of Shephelah foothills in Israel
Map of Bethel
Map of Bethel and Greater Jerusalem in Old Testament Bible times.
Map of Bethel and Greater Jerusalem
Map of Jerusalem with Zechariah
Bible map of Jerusalem with Zechariah. An angel assures the prophet that the Jerusalem Temple will be rebuilt, bigger and better than ever: Zechariah 4 1The angel who talked with me earlier woke me up, just like you’d wake up anyone else. 2He said, “What do you see here?” I said, “I see a gold lampstand. It has a bowl on top. And I see the seven lamps that provide the light. Each lamp has spout for the wick. 3I see the lampstand also has pictures of two olive trees, one on the left side of the bowl and one on the right.” 4I... Read more