The Redemption Corridor
Understanding Sacred Topography in the Holy Land, the Pattern of Yahweh and the Way of the Messiah
by Daniel Wright
Simply put, The Redemption Corridor is a narrow strip of land, running in an east-to-west axis across the middle part of Israel, including a portion of what is today the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. It begins, from its eastern end near Mount Nebo, then it drops down below sea level, straight across the Jordan river, then climbing up into the Judean hills, all the way to and inclusive of Jerusalem’s Old City on its western end. Over time, a series of major biblical events occurred in a specific sequence along this strip of territory—events that are central to both Judaism and Christianity. These events involved YHVH, Abraham, Melchizedek, Isaac, Balaam, Moses, Joshua, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Elijah, Elisha, John the Baptist, Peter, James, John and of course, Jesus among others!
The geographic arrangement of these events is no mere coincidence. This book clearly explains the deliberate, sustained activities of the God of the Bible precisely within the corridor—activities with a clear pattern and profound meaning. The Redemption Corridor is a term coined by the author to describe the peculiar arrangement of events that happened (and will yet prophetically happen) exactly there!