Syria you are in a Dangerous Storm The wind is blowing hard from everywhere, the waves are getting higher and higher, the ship is moving astray, away from the shore of peace.
Believe that Jesus will visit you again Syria and make miracles, he still loves you, so do we! Study This.
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The Syrians, while thus a mixed people to a large extent, have maintained the Semitic type, but they have never, in all their history, been able to unite politically, and have always been divided, when independent. The Forefathers are pided into three sections:.
In the weakness of Rome, under Gallienus, Odenathus and his still more distinguished wife, Zenobia, dominated all Syria, and the latter dared to dispute with Aurelian the empire of the East.
The Ghassasinites came to Syria from Yemen, established their kingdom and they, in turn, improved much of the Arabic Nabateans and continued to be classical as we see it today. C with a trace of temples and houses , most of which have revealed troves of texts.
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Special Appeal and Prayer to you Syria: Then he got up and rebuked the winds the waves and it was completely calm. All mourn and pity the hundreds killed every day.
Learn more. Moreover, remember to pray for God to save Syria from this agony of civil war!! Syria also has always supported the goal to eliminate illiteracy of all segments of society, and they did.
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