A Spiritual Hike – Part 1


Last Sunday, three of us from The Healing Room team ventured out on a “spiritual hike”.  The vision was to walk the trail to the waterfalls of a local park, along the way seeking and communing with God.  Being the eve of the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, it was a divinely appointed time to look back over the past year and receive vision and plans for the future.

Having rained for the past four days, we were somewhat hesitant on the conditions of the trail.  But the day proved to be an excellent temperature with the sun peeking through occasionally.  The trail was a little muddy, but solid enough to provide sure footing.   As we hiked our way up the trail, we prayed, listened, and journaled.  Rocks, giant fallen trees, and roots along the trail inspired us to look to Jesus who is our Rock, trust Him to slay the Goliaths in life’s path, and to be deeply rooted and grounded in love in all that we do.

The Healing Room at Freedom Valley can join you on your own spiritual hike.  If you feel like it has been raining on your life for days, months, or even years, we can help dispel the clouds so the Son shines through.  Even if life’s trail has been muddy, we are glad to slosh through with you and find solid ground.  We point the way to Jesus, slay the Goliaths, and help root you in the great love that our Father has for us.  We are adventurers and are spiritually equipped for the journey.  Let’s embark together on this divine trail and find the vision and plan God has for you.

2 thoughts on “A Spiritual Hike – Part 1

  1. Hi Michell,

    Thank you so very much for including me in your blog. I got notified via my email. I don’t really know much about blogs, but I can email pretty well.
    Thank you all so much for praying for my healing last night. By the way, my back is still feeling relatively good. Praise God.
    We serve a wonderful God.
    You are a very talented and picturesque writer.
    I am so glad that God led my wife and I to your Healing Room.

    I hope I’m leaving this comment properly. I tried to use the “Comment” button below your blog, but I couldn’t figure how to get it to work. It didn’t want to accept my email and password. Then I saw “Respond to this post by replying above this line”. I clicked on my Outlook Reply button and it seemed to work.

    God bless you all,
    Robert and Janet Young

    1. Hello Robert and Janet,
      Thank you very much for your gracious comments. We were so very honored to pray for you and celebrate your 51st anniversary with you on Saturday night. The love in your marriage is very evident and precious. And praise God, your back is better! We will continue to pray for you and hope to see you again.
      Blessings and peace,

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