The seven wonders in Jerusalem

Part 1: The wonder of forgiveness 
In this seven part series for Easter, Wilkin searches for the seven locations at which Jesus bled in Jerusalem in order to discover what this means for us today. In the first episode he visits the Garden of Gethsemane, where the most dramatic battle in human history took place. The unique images and impressive story help you to understand better than ever before what Jesus experienced in the last eighteen hours prior to His death. This is a message that has never before been presented in such a way.

Part 2: The wonder of salvation 
In this seven part series, Wilkin searches for the seven locations at which Jesus bled in Jerusalem. In episode two he visits the location where the most spectacular moment in the last eighteen hours of Jesus life, took place. He also looks for the ruins of the palace of the High Priest Annas, in order to discover what the second wonder of the cross means for us. The unique images and impressive story send you back in time by two thousand years, to help you discover what Jesus went through in the last eighteen hours prior to His death.

Part 3: The wonder of cleansing 
Wilkin searches for the seven locations at which Jesus bled in Jerusalem. In episode three He visits a place where Jesus most likely would have walked. It is also the place where Jesus' blood saturated the earth a third time. At the end of this episode Wilkin shares the true story of Hans, who – after having endured the terror of nightmares for thirty years – received peace, rest and quiet through the wonder of the cross. The impressive images and the amazing story take you back to Jesus' last eighteen hours so you too can grasp what He has done for you.

Part 4: The wonder of healing 
In episode four Wilkin descends into the cellar of a convent in Old Jerusalem. The paving of the roman courtyard has been unearthed here, where Jesus was interrogated, whipped and condemned. Wilkin ponders the question why Jesus' body had to be so horribly mutilated in this historic location. At the end of the episode he visits the healing pools of Bethesda to share his personal testimony of how God miraculously healed him of epilepsy. The impressive images and the amazing story take you back to Jesus' last eighteen hours so you too can grasp what He has done for you.

Part 5: The wonder of deliverance 
Today Wilkin returns to the convent in the heart of Old Jerusalem, where he had previously missed an important detail. Then he visits a special chapel, where he takes you back to the moment in which the Roman soldiers cruelly crowned Jesus with a crown of thorns. We will see a special work of art in this chapel that will help us to understand the meaning of the fifth wonder of the cross. The impressive images and the amazing story take you back to Jesus' last eighteen hours so you too can grasp what He has done for you.

Part 6: The wonder of reconciliation 
Today Wilkin joins a group of pilgrims as they trace the steps of Jesus on the Via Dolorosa on the road to Golgotha. Impressed by what he has witnessed, he heads on to the so-called “Herod's Street”, that is only a few meters away from the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. He pauses here next to a chunk of stone from the ruins of the temple that was destroyed, that has an inscription on it. It is from this piece of stone, a part of the balcony, that a trumpet was blown at the precise moment that Jesus died on the cross. This trumpet sound was heard throughout all of Jerusalem, as it announced that the Passover lamb had been sacrificed. There is no better place to ponder the question why Jesus was crucified.

Part 7: The wonder of being born again 
In this last episode Wilkin wonders why the Roman soldier pierced Jesus' side with a spear when he could see that Jesus had already died. After an impressive visit to the Garden of the Tomb in Old Jerusalem and a surprising discovery on the mount of Olives, Wilkin leaves Jerusalem to go to the southernmost point of the Sea of Galilee. At the spot where the river Jordan originates as it leaves the sea, there is a baptismal location called Yardenit. Hundreds of people from all over the world, are baptized here every day. It is in this beautiful location that Wilkin wants to show you God sees you, through the wonder of the cross: you are wanted, desired and deeply loved.