A Bible Tour in Egypt is common sense. Egypt is one of the most famous Bible lands. It was mentioned in the Bible more than 700 times. Many spiritual giants walked this land; the likes of Abraham and Sarah, Joseph, Moses, Jeremiah, and Jesus Christ. Egypt was the first of Seven World Powers that influenced God’s people. This land witnessed some of the most awe-inspiring displays of Jehovah God’s power; the humiliation of the Egyptian Empire and the Exodus of the Israelites. In Egypt, Jehovah also displayed his love, justice and wisdom in many ways. The first part of the Bible; The Pentateuch, was written in the desert of Sinai 1513 B.C.E. Even after failing to remain the world power, Egypt was always part of the following world powers and many monumental events took place later in this land.
We are happy to share these treasures with you during our Bible tour. If you are one of Jehovah’s witnesses or if you are interested in a Bible tour, please inform us. The main Bible tour is in the Cairo Museum (Egyptian Museum of Antiquities) and you can enjoy that as part of the Cairo day tour. Please note that there are other Bible related facts that you will enjoy when you book the other tours as well.
Bible Tours in other Lands
We would like to share contact information of other Jehovah’s Witnesses around the world offering Bible Tours. Please check out their tours if you are going to be in their town.
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