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... drop could make a wave alone.
Maybe David felt a little like a droplet in the great ocean of life. He seemed to wonder at his own insignificance too: “O LORD, what are human beings that you should notice them, mere mortals that you should think about them? For they are like a breath of air; their days are like a passing shadow” (Ps 144:3-4). To David, it was something so great that God would be mindful of humans who live but for a moment and then die. ...
... g., Jesus of Nazareth, Simon of Cyrene, Joseph of Arimathea, etc. The hometown carried a social status with it and was often used to distinguish certain people from other people with the same name. Furthermore, the city surname also served as a signal for social prestige in some instances.
After Paul encountered the Lord Jesus and became his follower and disciple, he entered into Jerusalem and preached the name of Jesus boldly and debated with ...
... rain. Essentially the road followed a river gorge and this widened out at one point to a logging yard with a shed. A couple of new roads were being built down either side of the valley and I thought I was supposed to go down that direction. A surprised local pulled me up no doubt issuing stern instructions in Turkish not to go that way but I was still trusting my reading of the map at that point and told him in sign language and with a ...
... Except this hotel has electricity.
Typical Turkish breakfast is laid out before me but spend the rest of the morning trying to eradicate beeswax from teeth and gums from the honey, which is....delicious.
Anitkabir is the first port of call. Ataturk's Mausoleum - he being the founding father of modern Turkey. Mausoleum stands at the head of three sides of colonnaded arcades. Slightly reminiscent of Nazi architecture or a set straight out ...
Distance: 74.88 km
Average speed: 16.2 km/h
Moving time: 4h37min
Total ascent height: 1298 m
Today was a hard day but very very very beautiful day. We went from Koycegiz to Sultaniye. There we went to hot thermal baths which were fantastic. After lunch we had a 6 km climb (sometimes 10% steep) and a 6 km descent to Ekincik, ...
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