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... single day had passed.
The Lord knew what David was experiencing for he had seen it long before it ever happened. When David was on the run from Saul, he cried to the Lord for his mercy and enumerated the troubles that had come against him. In the midst of such turmoil he confessed, “When I am overwhelmed, you alone know the way I should turn” (Ps 142:3). David didn't have it all figured out and he knew he couldn't. What was not making sense didn't ...
... preaching the gospel, he left Antioch and went to retrieve Paul from Tarsus (Acts 11:25).
The most direct mention of the city of Tarsus occurs when Paul is arrested in Jerusalem and he uses his affiliation with the city of Tarsus as part of his personal pedigree to the commander for why he should be permitted to speak to the people (“I am a Jew and a citizen of Tarsus in Cilicia, which is an important city. Please, let me talk to these ...
... between Mt Kucuk Hasan, a large mountain I'd seen off in the distance on Day 2 when refueling in Aksaray, and the next mountain to the southeast. This was the highest elevation I'd get to on the trip, around 2200m.
The day started off with a gentle burble through placid farmlands south of Capadocia. This is another area which would be fun just to pootle around in for a couple of days with no particular destination in mind. ...
... imagine that happening in the UK?
Short hop to Ankamall shopping centre. Need some boot laces and biros. It's like Nottingham's Victoria Centre but without the asylum seekers. Not very busy and has the usual UK shops including an M&S.
Visit Haci Bayrami Camii mosque - he being a Muslim saint who founded a dervish order. It's 15th Century and seemingly a place of pilgrimage given the amount of people milling about including a long queue ...
... Not a tourist town so not alot to see. A BIG mosque, a Roman stone bridge and not much else. But seen them, walked the riverbank, bit of the market thats open and rested. Street food really cheap so fattening up.
Not alot of English spoken so a bit harder to get around. Managing though as it's all pretty tame after Africa. The price is the price. There is no need to bargain and they don't seem to want to take advantage of you and overcharge.