021: Miracle Gifts at the Garden Tomb: Podcast

Garden Tomb in Jerusalem, one of two sites proposed as the place of Jesus’ burial

Have you ever felt that what you had to offer God wasn’t enough? 

What if all you had to give to Jesus was a gravesite?

Listen in today to hear the story of Joseph of Arimathea who gave his tomb to Jesus.

It was just a tomb – but it became the place of the greatest miracle ever performed. 

Join us today as our group visits the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem.

Today, we learn:

  • How Joseph of Arimathea changed from a quivering coward to a mighty lion of faith.
  • The downside of silence.
  • Why Hans states, “The thing is not what you have to give. The thing is who do you give it to? If you give it to the Lord, He will make a miracle. He who multiplies loaves and fish, He can do the same thing through you.”

Listen in today to this powerful message right from the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem.

(See photos of the Garden Tomb and area at the end of this post.)

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Photos of the Garden Tomb:

Entrance door to the Tomb at the Garden Garden in Jerusalem, Israel


Hans celebrates communion in the Garden Tomb


Inside of Garden Tomb, one of two sites proposed as the place of Jesus’ burial.


Rock with the shape of a skull near the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem. Many believe that this could be Golgotha.



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  1. I thank Hans for encouraging us to give our gifts to the Lord no matter how small they are.

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