Jesus’ Last Footprint?

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Jesus’ Last Footprint?
The Ascension
Tags : Ascension, Holy Lands, Jerusalem, Jerusalem Experience
The Jerusalem Experience shares one pilgrimage experience of many which takes place on the Feast of the Ascension at the very site where this event took place. See pilgrims venerate the very spot where traditions holds that Jesus Ascended into Heaven. 40 days after the resurrection of Jesus, in the presence of eleven of his apostles, Jesus was taken up to heaven in his resurrected body from the Mount of Olives. The description of the Ascension of Jesus to heaven is given fully only in the Acts of the Apostles, but is briefly described also in the Gospel of Luke at 24:50 -- 53 and in the ending of Mark at 16 16:19. According to Christian tradition, the spot from which Jesus ascendant to heaven is located on the Mount of Olives, inside where it is today the Chapel of the Ascension. Within this chapel, there is a slab of stone with the footprint of Jesus as he was ascending into heaven. Each year on Thursday, the 40th day from Easter Day, Christians all over the world, celebrate the bodily Ascension of Jesus into Heaven. This feast is ranks with the feasts of the Passion, of Easter, and Pentecost. The feast itself start with a vigil night on the eve of the day of ascension. The Francisca priests, stay and pray all night in order to be with Jesus on his last night on Earth before Jesus is joining his father in heaven. There is no better place to celebrate the Ascension of Jesus than at the Chapel of the Ascension on the Mount of Olives -- the actual spot from where Jesus ascendant with his body into heave. I am going to be there and to prepare a video for you to watch, so you could feel as if you are actually part of this celebration.

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