Today has been no different than any other day in Israel—so much to do! We have seen so many things in such a short amount of time. To start the day off, we headed to Hezekiah’s Tunnel to venture from one end to the other. It is an underground aqueduct about 500 yards long, with water varying from ankle- to hip-deep. It was dug to provide water to the City of David during times of siege. It was narrow and dark and scary at times for some of us. We came out of the tunnel at the place where the blind man that Jesus healed came to wash away the mud from his eyes, called the Pool of Siloam.
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