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... to consider focusing on a few relationships around us… people we feel we can bring to Christ and live life with. In this way, we can make true impressions on them and eventually when they mature in the walk, can do the same for several people themselves. Eventually, this becomes an epic Jesus pyramid scheme that can touch millions. With only ~2% of Uttar Pradesh’s people Christian, the harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Tony ...
... really don’t follow the systems we have in the states. They rely on each other to not collide. At home everyone takes drastic precautions to
ensure they do not wreck, keeping a healthy distance between themselves and all
other moving objects. Here it seems like
everyone trusts everyone and it’s a constant dance of near miss collisions. The drive to the train station took us past
the heart of the national governmental offices. ...
... sightseeing respite, due to the need to buy some more rail tickets, we set off again on a car tour of the other big sites - mostly the Parliament buildings and their 'Arc de Triomphe" equivalent - The India Gate. These were in a lovely calm, open area of the city before we plunged back into the chaos, on our hunt for a recommended restaurant for supper.
The restaurant, called 'Gunpowder', was ...
... br> I was fascinated by the historical sites, especially the residency complex, which following a 4 month seige was the beginning of the end for the British Raj. The ruins had numerous cannon ball and gunshot holes and the families and soldiers involved must have been so petrified and the nearby British cemetary evidences the huge loss of life.
In the Bara Imambara is the Bhulbhulaiya, which is a dark labrinyth of passages, ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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