Guided Bible Studies for Hungry Christians

Mount Lebanon:

Mount Lebanon is called the “white mountain” because of its snow. It is famous for the groves of cedar trees (Cedars of Lebanon) that grow upon it. Mount Lebanon is the wooded mountain range in the Middle East that extends across the whole land of Lebanon from the coast of the Mediterranean coast.  The five nations, (five lords of the Philistines, Canaanites, Sidonians, and Hivites), t ...[Read More]

Mount Hor:

Mount Hor is the name of a peak in Idumaea and also of one in Syria. The highest of the whole range of Sandstone Mountains in Edom, on the eastern side of the valley of Arabah, is the mountain on which Aaron died. Mount Hor is also the mountain named as one of the marks of the northern boundary of the land which the children of Israel were about to conquer in Lebanon. The children of Israel, the w ...[Read More]

Mount Hermon:

Mount Hermon, which means “sanctuary”, is a mountain on the northeastern border of Palestine and Lebanon, overlooking the border city of Dan. the three-peaked summit at the southern end of the Anti-Lebanon mountain range. Mount Hermon rises 9,230 feet above sea level and is the highest point in the entire Levant, 1,968 feet higher than any part of the Lebanon Mountains and towering abo ...[Read More]

Mount Hachilah:

Hachilah means “Dark”. It is a mountain (hill) in southern Judah, on the edge of the wilderness and runs along the plateau of Ziph, on the south of Jeshimon. “Then came up the Ziphites to Saul to Gibeah, saying, Doth not David hide himself with us in strong holds in the wood, in the hill of Hachilah, which [is] on the south of Jeshimon?” (1 Samuel 23:19).  David hides from Saul in the ...[Read More]

Mount Gilboa:

Mount Gilboa means a “fountain of ebullition” (ebullition describes a sudden violent outburst, display or boiling up) (Strong. 2001 #01533). Gilboa is a mountain-ridge above the southeastern end of the valley of Jezreel in Israel. The ridge extends east-west and is west of the Jordan River. (Roberts. 1996). “Now the Philistines fought against Israel: and the men of Israel fled from bef ...[Read More]

Mount Gerizim:

Mount Gerizim means cut up (i.e. rocky) (Strong’ s01630); It is north of the West Bank city of Nablus and rises above the Valley of Shechem. The mountain reaches a height of 1,202 ft. above the floor of the valley, and 2,877 ft. above the level of the Mediterranean. The Samaritans suggest that Gerizim is the higher; but it is actually more than 200 ft. lower than Ebal. These two mountains ov ...[Read More]

Mount Gaash:

Mount Gaash was the name of a hill in ancient Israel. It is in the mountainous region of Ephraim.  Ephraim Mountain region located northwest of Ephraim, northeast of Bethel and southwest of Nabulus.  Joshua, the son of Nun, the servant of the LORD died and was buried in the border of his inheritance in Timnath-heres, in the mount of Ephraim, on the north side of the hill Gaash. “And the people ser ...[Read More]

Mount Ebal:

Mount Ebal is north of the West Bank city of Nablus and rises above the Valley of Shechem. The mountain (Arabic el-Iclamiyeh) reaches a height of 1,402 ft. above the floor of the valley, and 3,077 ft. above the level of the Mediterranean. The Samaritans suggest that Gerizim is the higher; but it is actually more than 200 ft. lower than Ebal. These two mountains overhang the pass through which the ...[Read More]

Mount Carmel:

Mount Carmel is a mountain range on the coast of Israel that overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. The name derives from Hebrew which means “vineyards of God”. It was famous for its fruitfulness.  Mount Carmel is the highest peak of a range of mountains in northwest Israel. Elijah at the time when Ahab and Jezebel reigned (1 Kings 18) when Elijah took on the prophets of the god baal by arra ...[Read More]

Mount Baalah:

Mount Baalah is possibly the name of the mountain range, west of Jerusalem, where the town Kirjath-jearim was once located.  It is believed that Kirjath-jearim is known as Abu Gosh, which was an Israeli Arab village that was established in 1520 and built over the ruins of the Biblical town of Kirjath-jearim. Abu Gosh is west of Jerusalem, and just north of the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem highway. It is pre ...[Read More]