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... of Lycaonia (14:5-6).
A community of believers began to grow in Iconium and it is likely that the believers in Iconium frequented the churches in the region of Lycaonia (such as Lystra and Derbe). Gauis, a devout believer, and a disciple, who would journey with Paul later during his third missionary tour, was commended by the believers of Lystra and Iconium (Acts 16:2). Thus, the churches must have intermingled or Gaius traveled to Iconium on several occasions to ...
... searched for a lunch spot and turned off down a farm track to stop with a magnificent view of the countryside. We broke out the new chairs and sat in the sun eating a very tasty sandwich. What you can's see in the photo is it's blowing a gale. No idea where this came from but I could hardly open the car door. The 50 wind turbines on the hill opposite might have been a clue. I also realized I hadn't got anything ...
... to get dark and there was hardly any traffic on the road. After driving about 2.5 hours we finally hit the town of Urgrup. Thanks to google maps on my phone and the printouts I had brought along, I knew we didn't have to go to the city center. Esbelli Evi was situated at the periphery of the town. That saved us a good half an hour as the GPS was directing to get to the center to the town.
We got to Esbelli Evi around 9pm where ...
... at check-in--another sign that we were in the country's Qur'an Belt. Since we didn't think to bring a copy with us on this trip, we would have been in trouble when trying to check in at 10:30 p.m. at many of the city's hotels. Our hotel permitted us to check in without any issues, however, and we immediately set out to track down a very late dinner. Due to the day's hectic pace and hours on buses, we hadn't eaten since a grab-and-go hotel breakfast that morning, so ...
... nubile women. It means “forbidden" – meaning people not on the list were forbidden to go into the complex of rooms where the Sultan and his BFFs lived.”
My wife is a revisionist historian. A harem, naturally, is stuffed to the gills with naked, nubile maidens of all varieties, possessed of morally casual attitudes, vivid imaginations, and a well-developed sense of hospitality. At least, that is how my harem is going to be when ...