Ein Bokek and Ein Feshkha—Oases of Grace in a Surprising Place

Life at the Dead Sea sounds like an oxymoron. After all, nothing but microbes can survive in the brine. But beside the sea, several springs give life and beauty to an otherwise barren place.

Ein Bokek and Ein Feshkha—Oases of Grace in a Surprising Place

(Photo: The Dead Sea north of Ein Bokek. Courtesy of the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands)

If you want to find where history took place, just look for the waterholes.

The most famous spring on the Dead Sea’s western shore is Ein Gedi. But two other springs offer life to the barren area—as well as beautiful places to see.

All give testimony to God’s grace in surprising place.

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