For those who have visited the lowest point on the face of the earth, Ezekiel’s end-of-days prophecy of the Dead Sea coming to life seems impossible, yet recently, scientists have been shocked to discover that the sinkholes appearing around the sea are quickly filling up with fish and other forms of life previously unseen in the inhospitable region.

Speeding atop the water, saltwater playfully splashing each smiling person on the boat, each individual’s eyes are wide open despite the stinging salt. Nobody wants to miss a second of the beautiful Israeli sunrise – the multisensory experience makes everyone feel so alive that they begin to question why the body of water upon which they are riding can possibly be called the ‘Dead Sea.’

Known as the Dead Sea in English because of its hypersaline environment (37% salinity – almost ten times saltier than the ocean) and scarcity of aquatic life, Israeli photojournalist Noam Bedein of the Dead Sea Revival Project says that the term Dead Sea – “a political term used mostly by the Romans” – is a misnomer.

via Ezekiel’s End-of-Days Vision Revealed: Dead Sea Coming to Life

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Ezekiel’s End-of-Days Vision Revealed: Dead Sea Coming to Life

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