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... almost meditative dance. Yesterday we wondered why so many people were converging on the city centre as we were walking out towards the park. It was May Day and in Turkey it is a public holiday. Seemed like thousands of workers with slogans, caps and banners were all heading for the Mevlana to pay their respects. The crowds were ...
... Onward then to the Mevlana Museum and mosque. This is the burial place of Rumi - the founder of the WD's and head of the Sufi sect For Muslims this is a very holy place with 1.5 million visits a year. He was a writer, a scholar and a teacher. One of his verses:
Come, whoever you may be
Even if you may be
An infidel, a pagan, or a fire-
Ours is not a brotherhood ...
... mob at Antioch of Pisidia and then run out of town, Paul and Barnabas shook of the dust of their feet (an ancient custom signifying the rejection they experienced in that city) and proceeded to the near-by city of Iconium. At Iconium, Paul and Barnabas repeated their pattern of preaching in the synagogue on the Sabbath. Luke's record in Acts describes Paul and Barnabas' preaching having such power and boldness that many Jews and many Gentiles believed the gospel message ...
... believers and conveyed to them how every person who will live a godly life in Christ will suffer persecution and evil people and imposters will flourish (3:12-13).
Lastly, the disciple named Timothy is noted as being from Lystra and have a good report of the believers at Lystra and Iconium (Acts 16:1-2). Timothy would become one of Paul's closest associates and co-workers in the gospel. Paul would affectionately refer to Timothy as “my true son in the faith” (1 Tim 1:2).
... in my life. Trying to control grace was not something I consciously did as though it was my objective to displace God's providence with my own clever ideals and desires. It was just a by-product of thinking that God provides exactly what I believe for if I believe “hard enough.” Such “hard enough” believing made my head hurt and I did not understand why I was trying to mentally coerce God into granting my request if it was not in accord with ...