In this episode you can enjoy our adventures from Thessaloniki in Greece to Istanbul in Turkey. On this trip we have focused our attention on the missionary journeys of the Apostle Paul. During our journey towards Turkey we went through his first two letters to the Thessalonians and his letter to the Philippians together.
We have had special encounters with various people and have clearly experienced God’s hand and guidance on this journey. As I’m writing now I have already started preparing for our next trip. Lord willing, next time we will start in Istanbul and descend south towards Cyprus. The plan is then to conclude our trip in Turkey. We’ll see how the Lord will lead us.
For an impression (starting with day 1) of my ‘Walk for Jesus’ you can also follow my ‘Pilgrim’s Corner‘ Instagram account. Enjoy the route and the pictures I made of this trip below. I will keep you updated, Lord willing, of the next trip.
In this 5th edition of ‘A Christian Perspective on the Digital Age’, I have paid more attention to the readability of the book. I have also adapted the content where necessary by adding recent developments to the content and have removed redundant information. There are also several added references to other sources.
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This book addresses the challenges Christians face in our time. In the Bible book of Revelation, we read that there will come a time when no one will be able to buy or sell unless he or she has the mark, name, or number of the name of the beast. These prophetic words of the apostle John are as relevant today as they were in his day. Are professing Christians in our day ready for this time? Are Christians watchful and do they understand the signs of the times? Do they (still) believe that the prophetic words in the Bible cannot be broken?
In this booklet I want to call on God’s people to understand the signs of the times and to work seriously on the calling to which the Lord Jesus has called each of us personally. Let’s take care of each other and of the people in the world around us. While we still can, let us urge everyone to follow the savior of the world, Jesus Christ. After all, the Lord Himself has called us to do so.
Because I am still dealing with the aftermath of my injuries, my goal this time was to drive to Thessaloniki in Greece by car and from there to travel back to the Netherlands via Albania, Italy and Switzerland. To continue my pilgrimage to Jerusalem we had to travel through 12 different countries in this episode. On this journey we had to endure a number of trials, but we also met some very special people, including Or Reis, an Israeli pilgrim in heart and soul. Blessings Or and safe travels on your trip.
For our trip from Thessaloniki to Durrës we used the ‘Car Travel Tips’ of the booklet ‘Via Egnatia on Foot‘ (Part 1) of the ‘Via Egnatia Foundation‘. A very useful booklet with all kinds of useful and practical information. We completed this journey in 13 days and covered more than 5500 km. For an impression (starting with day 1) of my ‘Walk for Jesus’ you can also follow my ‘Pilgrim’s Corner‘ Instagram account. Enjoy the route and the pictures I made of this trip below. I will keep you updated, Lord willing, of the next trip.
This episode of my Pilgrimage to Jerusalem starts in Altopascio (IT) and ends in Bari. Due to the physical challenge, I was unable to continue the tour on foot this time. This made me decide to use the car and thus complete the journey to Bari. We traveled through a total of 6 countries (BE, FR, LU, CH, IT, DE) and covered a total of between 4000 and 5000 km in 12 days.
In Italy we visited the following cities: Altopascio, Lucca, Florence, Assisi, Pescara, Bari and Rome. On the way back we made a stopover on the Great Saint Bernard in Switzerland and we hiked a bit in the area. Lord willing and my health permitting I will start in Bari next time and take the boat to Albania. There the plan is to continue my overland journey from Durrës to Istanbul in Turkey. For an impression (starting with day 1) of my ‘Walk for Jesus’ you can also follow my ‘Pilgrim’s Corner‘ Instagram account.
Enjoy the route and the pictures I made of this trip below. I will keep you updated ….