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... the Independence Wars in the early 19th century. There are plenty of displays to show the life and the sacrifices of those times. Please, visit to appreciate to whom we owe what we have today.
That was all i saw in Konya downdown before heading down to Catalhoyuk that day.
Cheers and Love,
Yesterday, we had a relaxing morning packing our gear and sitting in the courtyard chatting to Lorraine, the co-owner of the hotel, and other guests. We then said our goodbyes and caught the bus to Konya - the birthplace of the Mevlani. It was a different experience from the bus we took between Ankara and Urgurp. Very casual service, no stops on the trip to stretch our legs or go to the toilet, the driver with a cigarette in one hand and a mobile phone ...
... were the early motels designed to attract traders. Travellers & their animals stayed free of charge for a maximum of 2 nights. The complex contained a mosque, sleeping rooms, stables, refectories & was fortified.
The landscape changed from desert, lake areas, green & lush. Stone fruit orchards, plains then we climbed high into the hills up craggy mountain roads, past ...
... 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 ...
... Barnabas and Paul did not stick around Lystra very long. They departed the following day for Derbe, another city in the region of Lycaonia.
Paul also mentions these harsh experiences of persecution in 2 Tim 3:11. What is interesting is that when Barnabas and Paul finished preaching at Derbe, they retraced their steps back through Lystra, Iconium, and Antioch (places where they had all experienced suffering for the sake of the gospel). At each place Paul ...