#koyasan was easily one of the most spiritual and special place we visited during our trip in #Japan . I'm so glad we made to journey there despite part of the railway was damaged during the recent typhoon and it took us almost 4 hours to get there, despite of the rain which in my mind only added to the beauty of it. It was so peaceful and quiet little temple town nested in the mountains. No wonder #unesco placed it on its #worldheritage list!
From the original capsule hotel to abandoned glass domes, Osaka is a city full of strange and beautiful places to explore. Read about them at the link in our bio. 📸: This gorgeous hanging lanterns shot was captured by @_tuck4.
Classic Japanese dinner. Start by pointing at something at random on the all japanese menu. Then, cold noodles, seafood, strange soup, and little dishes of something traditional, but always leaves you thinking "what did I just eat?". #japan#japanesefood#foodporn#sapporo#travel#instafood
* A. A. Allen - "THE MAN OF THE MIRACLES" - (March 27, 1911 Sulfur Rock, Arkansas, USA | June 11, 1970 (aged 59) San Francisco, California, U.S.) *
By the end of the year 1949, the Allen family began to hear stories about miracle cures that were going on. The evangelists who were at the forefront of those campaigns were not necessarily preachers of much projection. In fact, some pastors were more eloquent in their sermons than they; However, when these divine healing evangelists prayed for the sick, the miracles happened so fast that it was even difficult to enumerate them.
Allen and Lexie refused to believe the stories they told them; However, their curiosity began to grow.
One day a friend gave Allen a copy of The Voice of Healing magazine. After reading it, Allen said:
- "When I read the magazine, I found it so ridiculous that I laughed. Fanatics, that's what I thought, when I closed the magazine and set it aside in the corner of my study room."
Some of the members of his church came from these tented meetings telling spectacular stories, but Allen showed disapproval and thought they were being led into fanaticism. (Generals of God - Roberts Liardon - PG 249-250,
edition in PDF)
Note: After having my document corrupted, I downloaded a new PDF edition with smaller format in the number of pages. The old edition had just over 500 pages; The one I'm currently using is just over 200 pages long. But the content is the same!