Hotel Quinto Sol
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... it gives a point of view centered around me, away from God as if I were alone. I think it's something that slips so easily into our thoughts because it's so very human. It's human to fear, and human to think of ourselves alone. But, that doesn't make it true! I remember being in college and being asked to help lead worship for Intervarsity's large group weekly meetings. I immediately had so many fears and excuses NOT to do it that ...
... myself. What's interesting about this, is that I can remember each of the personal seasons in which the scarf came, and in some sense they can chronicle the majority of those times in my growing walk with God. While I hung them in the closet of my new apartment, I thought about the manner in which God has led me here thus far. Through times of trial and error, trials of faith and times of required humility from which ...
We went on a daytrip to Teotihuacan, the old Aztec city north of Mexico city. Well worth the trip and spectacular views from the top. The Information provided is interesting but it seems there is not such much known about those days especially about the daily life of people, so its more and archicteural thing.
The only downside that we found here was the incredible amount of street vendors who were trying to sell you the same stuff over and over again, apart from that a great ...
... day by day. For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal."
2 Corinthians 4:16-18
It's so difficult to express all of the emotions I've been experiencing while God has been bringing this path into view. It could probably be summed up into one ...
... that when I broke down the salary to a per hour rate, I was only making about $2.50 US dollars an hour. This last discovery made it clear my zeal to plan and control wasn't benefiting me by any means at all. I was quite humbled. I immediately met with the director of the school and explained my reflections. I can't tell you how embarrassed I was to have my fear, which disguised as enthusiasm and zeal to be well planned, get in the way of trusting ...