In Wales, in Cwm Einion Valley, near Furnace, Machynlleth there is a lonely road that is barely drivable but leads to a wonderfully enclosed valley where no cars or tourists will … Continue reading Day 124 For I desired mercy and not sacrifice
This morning was an early start as I took part in a day pilgrimage to blackburn cathedral from Preston. A wonderful walk of only 10 miles. We all shared a … Continue reading Day 92 to bear His cross.
Genesis 2:8-9 8 And the Lord God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed. 9 And out of the ground made the Lord God to grow every … Continue reading Day 72 The Lord God had planted a garden
Tonight I had a sermon to deliver at Nelson ind Methodist Church. It was a warm welcome and wonderful Spirit filled service. I always get nervous before talking, but the … Continue reading Day 60 Where two or three are gathered together
The picture shows a lush green forest of tall trees, things look fine, the smells of the forest and the green leaves and foliage. But there is an absence of … Continue reading Day 59 Take up your cross