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A pictorial guide to walks  in the beautiful Irish county of Wicklow
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Wicklow Way 14 From Muskeagh up over Laragh to Kilquiggan Church

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Pounding the black asphalt
This part of the Wicklow Way (14 and 14b ) is along paved lanes  and can be comleted in one walk
   From Muskeagh
up
to
Stranakelly
and
 Laragh

The two walks together I would describe as strenuous with an ascent of 120 metres and a descent of 80 metres with ups and downs along the way. The values are approximate.

                                                                                 
From Muskeagh to Laragh From Muskeagh to Laragh
                                                                   
From Muskeagh to Laragh
                                                                                         
From Muskeagh to Laragh From Muskeagh to Laragh
                                                         
From Muskeagh to Laragh From Muskeagh to Laragh
                                       
From Muskeagh to Laragh From Muskeagh to Laragh
                                                                                                             
From Muskeagh to Laragh
                                                                                                                         
From Muskeagh to Laragh
                                                                                         
From Muskeagh to Laragh
                                                                   
 The Storyline of the Bible 25/30
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The Resurrection of the King - The Gospels and Acts

When the woman got to his tomb they found it empty. Perplexed they observed the stone removed from the entrance and the empty tomb. Then they met their resurrected King and in great joy and fear returned to tell the rest of his followers. Jesus appeared to many (over 500) of his followers and the most dubious believed in his resurrection and his deity (see John 20: 26 to 29).

Armed with this experience their fear turned to courage and when Peter (after Jesus was taken up to Heaven) healed a cripple man. Peter was able to confront the religious leaders face to face and say

 It is by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified but whom God raised from the dead, that this man stands before you healed. He is ‘the stone you builders rejected, which has become the capstone.’  Salvation is found in no-one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved."
 Acts 4 :10 to 12

In this wonderful way God (bringing good out of evil - see Acts 2: 23 and 24) has dealt with mankind's sin problem. God had himself taken on our humanity and in his own person (as a man) had satisfied the demand of his justice by dying on a cross. In this way His mercy and love are exercised to those belonging to his Kingdom without sacrificing his justice. (see Romans 3:25 and 26)



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