BLP Pathways | Masada: Snake Path
Walk in the footsteps of David, the sweet singer of Israel, as he made his journey through the tribal territory of Judah in his flight from King Saul. In this the first of the Pathways video series, viewers are introduced to the harsh and barren climate of the Judean wilderness which surrounded the historic desert escarpment known today as Masada. Rising some 1,300 feet above the Dead Sea, this natural island of defense is surrounded on all sides by rugged and deep canyon ravines approached only by an ancient trail known as the snake path. Follow along with Bible Land Passage team members as they retrace the steps of this historic pathway where David likely traveled, and where Jewish Zealots and their families climbed in their journey to the mountain fortress built by King Herod.