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Damascus, a meeting road of human goodness and newness met by the Lord of Light, and yet today has turned to be. .Just amazed to discover the place of Damascus in the Biblical stories in the life of Paul who was once Saul and in the given parable of Jesus on the Good Samaritan.
Damascus, a meeting road of human goodness and newness met by the Lord of Light, and yet today has turned to be an open graveyard guarded by violence and blood. Elizabeth Padillo Olesen. Damascus or Syria has a special place in the hearts of those who read the Bible. And it is so sad to note that Syria, at present, is crying in pain everyday. May God have mercy on the Syrian people.
Michael P. Johnson (7th No. 943, New Silksworth, Sunderland Co/Durham England). Just like my God You did for Saul Along Damascus Road You changed his heart and named him Paul And took his heavy load. Through Jesus’ love I’ve no more doubt You’ll take my every fear So here in faith I’m crying out I’m calling loud and clear.
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The Damascus Road book. In The Damascus Road novelist Jay Parini brings this fascinating and ever-controversial figure to full human life, capturing his visionary passions and vast contradictions.
There are many parallels between the story of "The Road to Damascus" and the rise of Hitler's Nazi Party and Stalin's Soviet Russia, and this story does an excellent job of showing how someone who knows what to say can gain popular support and use it to gain supreme power over others.
John of Damascus (Иоанн Дамаскин) is a poem by Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy, first published in the January, N., 1859 issue of Russkaya Beseda magazine. Fragments of the poem have been put to music by several composers, among them Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Sergei Taneev and Vasily Kalinnikov. The main source for Tolstoy was the zhitie (life story) of theologian and author of hymns John of Damascus