A Day out at Tsitsikamma Mouth

My brother-in-law and his wife decided to treat my husband Errol and myself to a day of adventure.

(Genesis 12:3) I will bless those who bless you (who confer prosperity or happiness upon you.)

At about 8:30am as we left home, we noticed it was overcast, we could not see the farm fields, it was too misty.

At  09:00am the mist lifted and we started to notice the beauty around us. 

(Psalm 29:2) Give unto the Lord the glory due unto His name; worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness. The mist was hugging the mountains, (Jesus prayed on a mountain, Mathew 14:23) and after he had dismissed the multitudes, he went up into the hills by himself to pray. 

OH! It is so beautiful, the mist looked like a sheep tablecloth that has been thrown over the mountain and the sun is shining through the bottom of it. 

At Tsitsikamma the mist had left completely and we knew it was going to be a hot day, the mountains are high and the sun is touching the top of them 

(Psalm 26:7) I will make my voice of thanksgiving heard, that I may tell of all your wonderful works. 

There is so much to see there are so many greens and so many of them God must have had a good day when He created the fields.

(Psalm 23:2 ) He makes me lie down in fresh, tender green pastures; He leads me besides the still and restful waters. 

At storms river mouth we turned in, wow! How high are all Gods trees? They touched the heavens and at the bottom of them you see bush all types of ferns and lilies. And you see the shadows of the trees.

(Deuteronomy 10:14) Behold, the heavens and the heaven of heavens belong to the Lord your God, the each also, with all that is in it and on it. 

We took a turn and there it was, the ocean, oh, how awesome! The waves, the rocks, the sound of the sea. We got out of the car and went for a walk; we saw a gulley where the sea was gushing in and out. 

(Psalm 29:3)The voice of the Lord is upon the waters; the God of glory thundered; the Lord is upon many waters. 

On the rocks were rock rabbits, the size of cats. They were dashing along the rocks and playing and flooring. What an awesome sight.

We went along a trail, a path in-between the trees. It was so cool and fresh, under the bushy shadows of the trees, the sounds of birds and the water falls and waves. 

(Psalm 36:7) How precious is your steadfast love God! The children of men take refuge and put their trust under the shadow of your wings.

We had a wonderful time, at 12h00 we had lunch and returned home. What an awesome day of sight-seeing and fellowship we had. Fullness of joy is found only in maintaining a close fellowship life, abiding in the presence of Christ.

(Psalm 16:11) in thy presence is fullness of joy. A day to remember that God is an awesome God; He created all these things for us to enjoy and to appreciate every good thing He has given us.

Thank you Wynne and Mike for blessing Errol and myself and giving us good memories. Love you both 

from Ann Hewson.


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What a wonderful experience that was! Thank you for sharing it with us Ann. I really enjoyed reading it and reading the scripture verses in between was …

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