Roman Emperors & Dinner with Daxon

Daxon was in his office reading a book when Alexia stopped by. She cleared her throat and he glanced up. "I'm heading off now," she told him. She tried not to notice the blue shirt as it stretched across his broad chest. He was a gorgeous man and there was no denying that she was …

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Achaia

Sunset over the ruin of the Patras castle in the Peloponnese region of Greece. My husband, Jon and I are on a two-day tour of North-Western part of Peloponnese. We arrived by car this morning and are staying at the Maison Grecque Hotel in the center of Patra. Patra, which is the third largest city in …

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Paul’s Example

Upon his arrival at Rome, Paul was placed in a gloomy dungeon, there to remain until his course should be finished. Accused of instigating one of the basest and most terrible of crimes against the city and the nation, he was the object of universal execration - Acts of the Apostles, p.490 Day 4 of …

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