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... be found in the heart of my believer."
Body = Earth Heart = Sun
It means we govern our life by our heart and not our head. Our physicality should follow what our heart wants, but most of our lives we actually do the reverse. We are making the heart to follow the body and its desires. The heart wants to sit and meditate but the body wants to go ...
... be silly not to try them all.We learned that Turkey has the 3rd largest land area of grape growing in the world- for table grapes & juice. Being a Muslim country, wine is not a popular drink; 75,000,000 litres are made a year.
The period of the Hittites was from 1700-1200BC & their civilization collapsed with the arrival of the"Sea People"- Northern Barbarians. Other groups came ...
... there are students lying on mattresses around the camp, in every patch of shade that they can find. It’s way too hot to go inside. The tents are feeling like sweat lodges. We have one day off and then back to work at 6am tomorrow.
I’m so tired!!! Hmmm…. Jodie just suggested a walk to the store to get ice cream. I could be convinced!
Lots of love to everyone from hot, hot Hayiroglu.
... conquered by the Persians in the early 6th century B.C.
The Persians ruled Anatolia until 333 B.C. when Darius III of Persia was defeated by Alexander the Great and Iconium came under Greek rule. Upon Alexander's death in 323 B.C., Iconium fell under the rule of the Seleucid Empire for awhile before being placed under Pergamene rule during the Hellenistic period. Iconium became part of the Roman Empire and part of the Roman province of Asia in 129 B.C., just ...
... engaged in doing. They were come to bring the people to know the living God who is the great Creator of all things and who has proven his existence by giving the people rain, food, and joyful hearts. But no matter how hard Barnabas and Paul were working to make the people stop, such words fell on deaf ears, for the people were so enthralled by the miracle and were so enthusiastic to offer sacrifices in honor of Barnabas and Paul that they paid little, if any, ...