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A pilgrimage on dusty roads through spectacular landscapes. The sun paints artistic shades on sandstone mountainsides. The wind carries a strange freshness in the air. The Maluti mountains boast their splendour. The African soil under your feet reminds of a journey deep within.
Let your heart and mind find its resting place in God. Read more
Sending emails to tell people about the Bulldozer prayer-walk, one email had a spelling mistake on it …
It kept on tugging at my heart – so I looked it up to see if there is some kind of meaning there:
“PRY” = Use force in order to move or open (something) or to separate (something) from something else
“AER” = the largest and outermost of the veils covering the Chalice and Diskos (paten) in the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Eastern Catholic Churches. (Chalice en Diskos are the plate and the cup which hold the bread and wine on the communion table.)
I realised that religious activities and striving to please God, has a veil preventing people from seeing Jesus.
This encouraged me to understand that the prayer-walk was about removal of man-made veils – and the opening up of eyes to see Jesus.