Auckland Baptist Tramping Club


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21 walkers did a trip on the new Te Ara Ki Uta Tai path from Orakei Basin to St Johns, setting out at 1:30pm. The walk started at Orakei Road (end of Orakei Bridge) to Purewa Road along TE ARA KI UTA TAI path to Kohimarama Road in St Johns at 2.50pm. We took a break for 5 mins, then turned back to TE ARA UTA TAI path, after half an hour we stopped at a playground on the left of the path for our devotions.

Barbara shared about the similarities of the natural wind we feel when outdoors and the Spirit of God. The natural wind and the Spirit of God are invisible, powerful, not easily explained and go in the direction they choose. We can't create the wind, fully predict the wind nor tell it where to go. However we can harness the wind in wind vanes, sailboat sails, kite surfing and more. By prayer we can seek the power of the Spirit of God. The Spirit assures us we belong to Him. It comforts us, teaches us, shows us the way and gives us peace.

We continued to walk along TE ARA UTA TAI path to Purewa Road then turn left to Orakei Basin, finishing at Orakei Road at 4.30pm. Everyone enjoyed this walk.Distance 8.83km.


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