A religious pilgrim has discovered the site of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem, marking the site where the prophet Abraham, the father of Jesus, prayed during his last journey to heaven.
According to the Hebrew Bible, Abraham prayed there, and he returned to the Holy Land to pray.
But when the Prophet Abraham died, God sent a messenger to the Temple to ask for Abraham’s body.
So the messengers said to Abraham, “Take your son’s body.”
So Abraham did so and the Prophet returned to his own country.
Nowadays, when someone asks you, “What is the holy place?” it’s often because they are praying for their loved one or they are in mourning, said the holy site’s head of operations, Rabbi Moshe L. Cohen.
“They have a feeling that they have found a place to pray.”
When the holy sites are visited by millions of people, the people pray for the sites’ safety, which is why it’s always best to pray in front of them, Cohen said.
But, when it comes to holy sites, we need to be more selective, he added.
We need to go to the sites with our eyes open.
The holy sites have the blessing of God.
We have to respect the sites and their religious character.
The places of worship are places of love and the people who visit them are the people we love most.
There are some Jewish holy sites in the United States, but none in Israel.
Israel has the holiest sites in Jerusalem and Hebron, but it has a long tradition of leaving them in a state of relative peace, according to the United Nations.