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'God-incidents' validate cycles and point to the near future - 1

THE ‘INVISIBLE JIGSAW’ RE-APPEARS! It never vanishes. It rolls around and releases fresh, visible pieces for us to fit into place. The emerging picture ‘connects the dots’ of not only Kingdom influences but also a new chain of ‘coincidences’. 1,409 more words


Richard Koenig

Born in 1960, Richard Koenig received his BFA from Pratt Institute. In 1998 he received his MFA from Indiana University and began teaching art and photography courses at Kalamazoo College, Michigan. 60 more words

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Robbie - #58

Robbie –  The gasp, the dropped jaws, the disbelieving laughter of seeing something impossible happen before your eyes. Finding yourself in these most magical moments and the grateful feeling of being their to witness them and hoping that someday you’ll be able to re-tell these tales as stories on the rocking chair, spreading the magic to young ears whose eyes never got to see these moment happen.



Last week I spent every minute in my car listening to a podcast called Serial.

Serial is the story of a murder which occurred 15 years ago in Baltimore.  819 more words

Prophecies fulfilled 3 cont'd - Revival to re-visit USA

The prophet Habakkuk had a burden and complained of current events to the Lord, who answered him at Hab 1. The prophet asked another question and wrote: 3,243 more words


How Radio History Hinted at the Conclusion of Serial

Warning: spoilers follow for the end of the first season of Serial

The true-crime podcast Serial, which published its season finale Thursday morning, may be a 2014 phenomenon — but, though the 12-episodes-one-story format may have been new for that style of podcast, it’s actually one of the oldest tricks in the radio book. 493 more words

Murder is in the details

Serial is the most successful podcast around these days. At its core, it’s about the 1999 death of a Baltimore County high school student called Hae Min Lee, about her ex-boyfriend Adnan Syed, who is serving life in prison, and about Jay, the guy who testified in court that it was Adnan who killed Hae. 357 more words