“Tabor and Hermon sing forth Your name” Psalms (89:12).
That’s Mount Hermon in the background! In the extreme northeast of Israel (the “Golan Heights”), Mount Hermon with its 2,814-meter peak is the country’s highest point (and the only mountain with ski slopes…)
It served as the northern boundary of the Israel (Deut. 3:8) and is now called “the eyes of the nation.”
Mt. Hermon is extremely valuable as a strategic early warning system against unpleasant surprises from our northern neighbors. We ‘LIKE’ having this towering, beautiful mountain as part of the Land of Israel!