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

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.

                                   
lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church
                         
lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church
                               
lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church
                                               
lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church
                                 
lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church
                                         
lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church
                                                                           
lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church
                                                                     
lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church
                                                                 
lane from Laragh to Kilquiggan Church
                                                     
 The Storyline of the Bible 26/30
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The Kingdom becomes Multi-National

Luke the author of the one of the Gospels wrote another book called The Acts of the Apostles. This book outlines the triumphant growth of the Kingdom, through severe opposition and persecution for the (approximately) next 30 years after the death and resurrection of Jesus. The first advance is the inclusion of Greek speaking Jews. Previously the Christian faith were manly make up of Jews from Judea and Galilee who spoke Aramaic, then after the preaching of the Apostle Peter and the outworking of the Holy Spirit, multitudes of Greek speaking Jews from around the Roman Empire believed.

The next advance was to the Samaritans who were related to the Jews by blood (see 19/30). Finally the the Gentiles (non-Jews) were included with the command of God to the Apostle Peter to preach to a Roman centurion his family and friends. The second part of the book is an outline of the missionary journeys of the Apostle Paul to the non -Jewish World. The book begins in Jerusalem and ends in Rome demonstrating the outward move of the Kingdom from one nation to the World. The book finishes with a statement about the Apostle Paul while under house arrest in Rome, which could be a summary of the whole book.
"Boldly and without hindrance he preached the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ".



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