Look what is happening to people when they visit Israel:
"As I was planning to film a new music video, I woke up one morning with the thought of going to Israel to film some of the footage for the video.
With all the stigma that I have heard about one's safety in Israel and not particularly liking to travel long distance too much myself, I would have never imagined to take that leap of faith.
Yet, I felt strongly about going there to film the new project. I also realized that everything was being aligned for me to go there besides, the price was right.
What I did not know was how changed my life would become and I mean CHANGED.
First, I found out quickly that it is way safer to be walking the streets of Israel, then walking the streets of Orlando Florida where I reside.
I felt a divine protection over me the moment I arrived in the Holy Land.
Then on that trip, I was particularly blessed to meet Dr & Pastor Todd Horton.
He kindly offered to be our tour guide for the filming. But he was way more than that.
I know that he was sent by God to be a spiritual guide for me.
He took us across Israel from Masada to the Dead Sea, from Galilee to Jerusalem.
I was seeing with my own eyes the stories I have been told as a child. It was all unfolding right before my eyes.
I got to be baptized in the Jordan River.
I had been baptized before, but now it was a totally different experience for me. I felt the embrace of the Holy Spirit in a way I had never felt before.
I am not saying that one has to be baptized in the Jordan River to feel that. But for me, that's what it was.
My feet have now walked where Jesus walked. My eyes have now seen His land and where He did most of His miracles. My soul is now dancing with His Holy Spirit.
Words can not express the gratitude I feel towards God's blessing and God's Amazing Grace.
I got to experience the Sabbath at Todd's house with his beautiful family. What a testimonial they all are of God's unique plan for each of us.
I pray that the work I did over there, be a blessing and an inspiration to many.
My closing thoughts are; I am forever grateful to God and for the fact that I didn't let fear dictate my decision about going to Israel and that I obeyed what i now know was His plan for me."
Steph Carse - Orlando, Florida