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Hotel Phoenicia Grand

Categorii: Hoteluri, Sali de conferinte, Hoteluri business
Adresa: Blvd. Alexandru Serbanescu, Nr.87, Bucuresti, Sector 1
Telefon: +4 021.3000.888 / 889 / 890 +4 031.100.20.61
Fax: +4 021.3000.885 / 891
Web: http://www.phoenicia.ro

Descriere

Phoenicia Grand Hotel s-a deschis in septembrie 2005 si este unul dintre cele mai mari hoteluri de 4 stele din Romania.
Phoenicia Grand Hotel se impune printr-o arhitectura impresionanta, iar structura sa a fost gandita sa satisfaca cat mai multe dintre cerintele clientilor sai, hotelul punand la dispozitie:

* 348 de camere si apartamente de lux
* 3 restaurante cu specific : international, romanesc si libanez
* 2 baruri
* cafenea orientala
* terasa
* 9 sali de conferinta si saloane de intalniri
* casino
* club de noapte
* centru de sanatate
* galerii comerciale
* salon de infrumusetare
* parcare cu o capacitate de 200 de locuri

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  • Nwafor / Joi, 3 Decembrie 2015, ora 10:47

    , “Listen to me, everyone, and undtesrand this. 15 Nothing outside a person can defile them by going into them. Rather, it is what comes out of a person that defiles them.”17 After he had left the crowd and entered the house, his disciples asked him about this parable. 18 “Are you so dull?” he asked. “Don’t you see that nothing that enters a person from the outside can defile them? 19 For it doesn’t go into their heart but into their stomach, and then out of the body.” (In saying this, Jesus declared all foods clean.) To us this idea that what comes out of us (read passage for list of immoralities) is what makes us unclean may seem so obvious. But here's another example of Jesus being a paradigm shifter. This is obvious to us because this is what we were taught from the get go. But the people then were only taught what they should DO to be good people. To be clean people. Wash your hands. Only walk this many steps from your home on the Sabbath. Wash your pitchers this certain way or you'll be unclean! And here comes Jesus and the way he phrases it is so awesome by literary standards: Nothing outside a person can defile them by going into them. Rather, it is what comes out of a person that defiles them.” I'm not sure what literary term you'd use to describe this, but, the phraseology itself is mirror opposite. I guess the idea of using antonym, which to me sparks the paradigm shift and adds a bit of wonder to the teaching. It's so polar opposite to what they've known all their lives, and how refreshing the teaching must be to them no wonder the people were amazed by his teachings! (I also bolded the Are you so dull? cuz I kinda liked seeing that Jesus is not just this impassioned man, sitting there quietly, peaceful and serene with no feeling or emotion Jesus was clearly a passionate man, as evidenced by his verbal frustrations with the disciples here, and in other examples such as overturning the tables in the temple, the Garden of Gethsemane, etc. etc It demonstrates his very human side, but as he is 100% God, it is also descriptive of our God Our God is a passionate God, full of emotion, not boring and dull as so often we can think of Him as! Dude, He's totally awesome!)With regards to your discussion on faith and sufferings , if any reader wants another interesting short excerpt I JUST read this from My Utmost for His Highest: :(part of it) Why shouldn’t we experience heartbreak? Through those doorways God is opening up ways of fellowship with His Son. Most of us collapse at the first grip of pain. We sit down at the door of God’s purpose and enter a slow death through self-pity. And all the so-called Christian sympathy of others helps us to our deathbed. But God will not. He comes with the grip of the pierced hand of His Son [I love this!], as if to say, “Enter into fellowship with Me; arise and shine.” If God can accomplish His purposes in this world through a broken heart, then why not thank Him for breaking yours?

    , “Listen to me, everyone, and undtesrand this. 15 Nothing outside a person can defile them by going into them. Rather, it is what comes out of a person that defiles them.”17 After he had left the crowd and entered the house, his disciples asked him about this parable. 18 “Are you so dull?” he asked. “Don’t you see that nothing that enters a person from the outside can defile them? 19 For it doesn’t go into their heart but into their stomach, and then out of the body.” (In saying this, Jesus declared all foods clean.) To us this idea that what comes out of us (read passage for list of immoralities) is what makes us unclean may seem so obvious. But here's another example of Jesus being a paradigm shifter. This is obvious to us because this is what we were taught from the get go. But the people then were only taught what they should DO to be good people. To be clean people. Wash your hands. Only walk this many steps from your home on the Sabbath. Wash your pitchers this certain way or you'll be unclean! And here comes Jesus and the way he phrases it is so awesome by literary standards: Nothing outside a person can defile them by going into them. Rather, it is what comes out of a person that defiles them.” I'm not sure what literary term you'd use to describe this, but, the phraseology itself is mirror opposite. I guess the idea of using antonym, which to me sparks the paradigm shift and adds a bit of wonder to the teaching. It's so polar opposite to what they've known all their lives, and how refreshing the teaching must be to them no wonder the people were amazed by his teachings! (I also bolded the Are you so dull? cuz I kinda liked seeing that Jesus is not just this impassioned man, sitting there quietly, peaceful and serene with no feeling or emotion Jesus was clearly a passionate man, as evidenced by his verbal frustrations with the disciples here, and in other examples such as overturning the tables in the temple, the Garden of Gethsemane, etc. etc It demonstrates his very human side, but as he is 100% God, it is also descriptive of our God Our God is a passionate God, full of emotion, not boring and dull as so often we can think of Him as! Dude, He's totally awesome!)With regards to your discussion on faith and sufferings , if any reader wants another interesting short excerpt I JUST read this from My Utmost for His Highest: :(part of it) Why shouldn’t we experience heartbreak? Through those doorways God is opening up ways of fellowship with His Son. Most of us collapse at the first grip of pain. We sit down at the door of God’s purpose and enter a slow death through self-pity. And all the so-called Christian sympathy of others helps us to our deathbed. But God will not. He comes with the grip of the pierced hand of His Son [I love this!], as if to say, “Enter into fellowship with Me; arise and shine.” If God can accomplish His purposes in this world through a broken heart, then why not thank Him for breaking yours?

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