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... but mist lingering in the morning but then dissipated suddenly by the wind. The fact that God looked upon David and helped him in his trouble caused David to rejoice and to sing a new song to the Lord for his goodness. David was a drop in the ocean, but God had a purpose for that drop and did not let it flow in the wrong current.
You saw me before I was born.
Every day of my life was recorded in your book.
Every moment was laid out
... Greek speaking Jews). The Hellenists were enraged and sought to kill Paul because they viewed him as a Jewish deserter and blasphemer. It was one thing to leave the Jewish faith and quite another to actively speak against it with the message of the gospel. But, the other disciples of Jesus learned of their insidious intentions and so they sent Saul home to Tarsus. However, Paul would not remain their long for when Barnabas was at Antioch and needed ...
... the feeling that everything goes at half the pace of life back home and the people are harmless if not some of the nicest you've ever met. There were very few cars so I felt no danger in taking in the views left and right whilst riding along slowly, feeling like I had a whole country to myself and the roads were all mine alone.
Within an hour though this would change. Whenever you go up high there are always obvious changes in ...
... look. He grins.
Inside the mausoleum it really is like an Indiana Jones set. High ceiling, wall mounted wrought iron torches, electrically lit, dark marble. Single sarcophogus sits centre at one end. The actual body being entombed 7m below.
Underneath the mausoleum building lies the War of Independence Museum. Full of Army recruits learning about their history by the looks of it. Quite extensive and a few panoramas with sound effects.
Claudio and me were going to see the last sight in Syria: Qala'at Samaan. Although a touristy place, it was the sidetrip and the cost of entry worth it. A beatiful place with great views.
Just a short ride north I was struggling to find a petrolstation before leaving Syria to ...