I Samuel Jabesh Gilead
The stock image depicts the location of Jabesh Gilead during the time of I Samuel in the Old Testament of the Bible. Jabesh Gilead was a city located on the eastern side of the Jordan River, in the territory of the tribe of Gad.
The map shows the region surrounding Jabesh Gilead, including nearby bodies of water such as the Sea of Galilee and the Jordan River. According to the biblical narrative, Jabesh Gilead played a significant role in the history of Israel, as it was the site of a battle between the Israelites and the Ammonites.
The city was ultimately rescued by King Saul, who united the Israelite tribes and became the first king of Israel.
The image may be used to illustrate teachings and sermons related to the book of I Samuel, and to help visualize the geography and history of ancient Israel.