Dedeman Konya Hotel & Convention Center
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Konya (Turkish pronunciation: [ˈkon.ja]) is a city in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey. It is the seventh most populous city in Turkey. As of 2011, the Konya Metropolitan Municipality had a population close to 1.1 million. Konya is an economically ...
... even when circumstances proceeded to worsen. The Lord's deliverance was not to remove the experiences (because that obviously did not happened at Lystra) but to help them make it through the suffering.
God's deliverance does not always consist of taking away problems and making our lives easy. The Lord never promised that the good news would put us on an easy and safe road to travel. He just promised those who would choose to take would undoubtedly make it to the end.
... last night was even worse. They couldn't get the air conditioning to work, [well we didn't even know we had air conditioning, but had the window permanently open] so in desperation his wife slept under a bath towel, but he didn't even shut his eyes all night: 'Well I did, but nothing happened." "Well you were snoring, John," she added helpfully..
"And then for breakfast I had a bowl of porridge... which turned out to be rice pudding, so I put some honey on it."
... time I excavate an area, I collect all the soil and put it in a labelled bag, including the site information (BK13 for Boncuklu 2013 season), the date and the context number (for instance last week, I excavated 6 different areas around a hearth – MYA, MMAJ, MMAK, MMAL, MMAS and MMAV). For each context number, I write up a page of information, giving a technical description of the type of soil, how it was different to the contexts around it, how ...
... transitory camps and following the herds and the seasons. Now, here at Boncuklu, we decided that it was better to settle into a place and make it our own. We built small round houses of mud bricks, with a hearth and plastered floors. We hadn’t yet developed the technology to make fired clay pots. I’m very excited to see what I will learn in this new place (for me).
8km down the road is a site ...