I've always been a hiker, even before I walked in charity walks, biked or ran 5K's. I love the woods, and did even as a child, enjoying playing in the mountains of Tennessee when I would visit my Grandparents every Summer. To me, the woods are a place to find God. God is a Spirit, the Bible says. So, it seems reasonable that I would feel the need to move away from the things that we surround ourselves with to find the world the way God left it, and there feel His presence more deeply. Before I needed a walker, I walked in the woods to pray. I miss that.
Nothing can compare to the joy of finding a hidden place, a place with no path.
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Tonight, Larry and I watched a movie called "The Way" with Michael Douglas and Martin Sheen. I tried to post it on Facebook, but the IntoNow app kept getting the wrong movie. I guess it didn't recognize the dvd. I won't give any info about it, except to say that it is a movie about finding your way. And... I will share a clip with you.
5603. סָפַן caphan
סָפַן caphan saw-fan' a primitive root; to hide by covering; specifically, to roof (passive participle as noun, a roof) or wainscot; figuratively, to reserve:—cieled, cover, seated.