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Zacchaeus - Jericho - Greek Orthodox Monastery, which includes remains of the famous sycamore tree
West Bank

Zaccheus is one of the most famous and colorful characters in the Gospels, even though he only appears in Luke’s account (19:1-10). In that Gospel, we hear of Jesus passing through Jericho. Zaccheus lived there, and he was “a chief tax collector and rich.” He was “trying to see who Jesus was” but was short, so he climbed “a sycamore tree” to see him as he passed by. Jesus stops and calls him down and invites himself to dinner at Zaccheus’ house—to the dismay of the people of Jericho—and the tax collector converts on the spot.

Copyright: Zoran Strajin
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12018x6009
Taken: 21/07/2017
Uploaded: 18/09/2017


Tags: christianity; ortdox; church; monastery; israel; jericho; jesus; greek; sycamore; ikon; icon
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