Ein Gev Holiday Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and little worrying, except some anxiety as everyone worked to sort out their plans. I will miss those leaving and understand their concerns. Personally, I feel safe, especially up here. And I really trust God to watch over us. Earlier today, I was trying to decide what to do and I suddenly got this feeling that I should stay and that I had some purpose to fulfill here. We'll see what the next few days ...
... to really report on. One town though there were some 10 year olds (or so) on the street when I walked by them. We passed Shalom, then one of them started to point at me and say camera... camera....camera; I looked at him and couldn't help but notice his face was extremely torn up. I did not say anything to them but instead put my head down and walked faster. I am not sure what happened to the child's face but in the ...
... My soul kept soaking up the Word as my skin soaked up the warmth of the sun.
In the goodness of God, God the Holy Spirit was preparing to give a reason for the hope that I had with gentleness and respect. The divine appointment or providential encounter came in the form of Kate asking me to take a picture of her before the Church of the Beatitudes. She asked if she could take a picture for me and of course I consented, and so began ...
... just behind the mountain range to the north, which marks the Israeli/Lebanese border. Remembering the advice about “even if you hear a boom, it’s not us”, we didn’t panic, but it was getting kind of late so we decided to head back. Heading south we took a back road that runs down the bottom of the western edge of the Golan, along a fertile agricultural valley; it was much like driving through Napa Valley, except when we crossed the Jordan ...
... into the Nahal Kziv, but I saved my cellphones, which is the most important thing. Throughout the hike our group sang songs and just was very merry and I felt that I was in great shape.
Then, we got to the base of Castle Montfort and the final 15 minutes up a steep circular slope. Within five minutes, I was huffing and puffing and I screamed out loud if the Knights can do this so can I. I was on my last reserves ...