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... Now some of us might not think this is selfish but it struck me as one way we need to guard our hearts in matters.
Then today Pastor Danny was talking about the 4th discipline of disciples is 'fellowship'. Of course there were so many scriptures for:
not forsaking the assembling of others Heb 10: 24-25
caring for one another Heb 10: 24-25
teach and admonish one another Col 3:16
serve one another in love Gal 5:13
pray for each ...
... car. No way flip flops could have made it down the cliff! Even though we saw some ladies going down wearing flip flops when we were trudging our way back up. The hike down was amazing! Beautiful views. We could even see 4 waterfalls off in the distance. Going down was much harder than coming up because we had to keep our balance. There were steps in some parts but mostly just roots. We got to the bottom and the view ...
Today was a fun day. The morning started off with our daily run, which is taking longer & longer each day. It is hard running out here in the middle of the lava fields! Brian and Moli headed into Costco to pick up a few items while I stayed at the condo and caught up on the laundry.
We decided to stay in Waikoloa for the day. We spent the day at the ...
... I followed a narrow dusty path with lots of switchbacks whilst enjoying little peaks of the rocky shore until I reached a river, a beautiful little lake, and the black volcanic beach. I don't think I have ever seen such a magical place.
Driving back to the closest town it struck me that I had yet to discover a part of the island that wasn't drop dead gorgeous. I stopped at a place that sold ice-cream to have a little pineapple sorbet and marvelled ...
... formed about 300,000 years ago on the east side of Honolulu. In the early 1900s the military established a coastal defense site on the summit, now it is a state park. Greg and I hiked up to the top, on a trail that is 1.3 km long and climbs 171 m. It was a fairly tough hike but well worth the effort as the panoramic views were incredible.
Sunday: Nawiliwili, Kauai
We spent the day on Kauai, one of the smaller Hawaiian islands. One of the features of the island ...