Where is Jerusalem mentioned in the New Testament?
According to the New Testament, Jerusalem was the city to which Jesus was brought as a child, to be presented at the Temple (Luke 2:22) and to attend festivals (Luke 2:41). According to the canonical gospels, Jesus preached and healed in Jerusalem, especially in the Temple Courts.
What does the Old Testament say about Jerusalem?
From a religious perspective, the Bible, which mentions Jerusalem more than any other place (about 800 times), states, “the Lord has chosen Jerusalem and will dwell there forever” (Psalm 132:13-14) and expressly calls upon God’s people to never forget Jerusalem and to “exalt it above their chief joy” (Psalm 137:5-6).
What are the 70 names of God?
- 1.1 YHWH.
- 1.2 El.
- 1.3 Eloah.
- 1.4 Elohim.
- 1.5 Elohei.
- 1.6 El Shaddai.
- 1.7 Tzevaot.
- 1.8 Yah.
Why is Jerusalem a holy city?
For Christians, Jerusalem is also the place where Jesus preached, died and was resurrected. Many also see the city as central to an imminent Second Coming of Jesus. Jerusalem is now a major pilgrimage site for Christians from around the world.
Is Jerusalem mentioned in the Old Testament?
Although Jerusalem (Hebrew: ירושלים) appears in the Hebrew Bible 669 times, it is not explicitly mentioned in the Pentateuch.