Situated on the beautiful Mediterranean coast, the ancient city of Yafa in the south of Tel Aviv commemorates two important events St. Peter experienced. The Bible records that "Resurrected Tapeta', at the cobbler's home in West Man, saw a vision of clean and unclean animals.
St. Peter's Church, built in Jaffa, Israel, is a medieval French church. The disciple of Jesus "Peter" preached throughout Israel. The Church of Saint Peter in Jaffa is also called the Church of Love. When Jesus taught his disciple Peter the scepter, Peter gave his love to Jesus. Outside the church are stone of love and statues of the empowering staff of Jesus. It was built in memory of the resurrection and ascension of the proud disciple St. Peter. It was destroyed twice and rebuilt in 1903.
St. Peter's Church and Bell Tower were first built in 1654 to commemorate the resurrection and ascension of Jesus'proud disciple "St. Peter". They were completed in 1894, during the reign of the Ottoman Empire. In the late 18th century, the church was destroyed twice and rebuilt twice. The current building was restored and rebuilt in 1903. When pilgrims from Europe came to Israel by boat, they went ashore from the port of Jaffa to Jerusalem, and one of the gates of the old city of Jerusalem was facing here, which was named Jaffamen. Most of the pilgrims had been tortured when they landed. The church provided food and medical services for the pilgrims. Most importantly, it comforted their hearts and enabled the pilgrims to embark on the arduous pilgrimage road in the future.
St. Peter's Cathedral was built in the city of Japharaoh, with its towering spires near the sea. It is said that this is the first disciple of Jesus, Peter, who devoted himself to the place where he lived when he preached in Japharaoh by Lake Galilee. Later generations built churches to commemorate. The church is not big, but it's beautiful inside.
St. Peter's Church is particularly prominent in the center of the Yafa Tourist Area, which also adds religious and Western color to the ancient city of Yafa. We didn't go in. We just sat outside in the square for a while. There were souvenir stalls, small shops, umbrellas and small restaurants. The sky is especially blue, although the temperature is not high, but the ultraviolet radiation is very strong.
The centurion of Caesarea, Cornelius, was a very devout man. One day an angel of God came to him and sent to Joppa to invite Peter, who lived in Simon's house, a tanner by the sea. The next day, at noon, Peter was traveling like a horror. Many animals, insects and birds were eaten by God. He told Peter that nothing that God had cleaned could be a vulgar thing. At that moment, people from the Cornesian school came to visit. Peter suddenly realized that God was telling him.