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... it was not really dependent upon him to make sense of it. David did not know what was going to happen but he knew that the Lord did and that if he had any chance of surviving, he needed the Lord's help.
And despite his predicaments in life, David proclaimed, “You are my place of refuge. You are all I really want in life” (Ps 142:5). David's passion was for the Lord himself and he knew that no matter what the outcome of his circumstances was going ...
... Acts 21:39). That was not the only reason Paul expressed his relation to the city of Tarsus. He also mentioned that he was from Tarsus to reject the mistaken notion of the commander that he was a insurrectionist from Egypt who lead 4,000 assassins into the desert recently (Acts 21:38).
One other important occurrence of Tarsus in Scripture appears when Paul is again listing his pedigree and qualifications for why he should have permission to address the ...
... 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.