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A woman from Las Vegas, Nevada has garnered more than 3 million followers on social media for showing what she can do with a microchip implanted in the back of her hand.
Burgundy Waller has called her husband a "tech genius." She had a chip implanted in her hand a little more than two years ago. It serves as a key to the couple's mansion, The Daily Mail reports. Her husband programmed the chip for her.
Waller is known as "The Chip Girl" in her TikTok videos. She shares what the chip can do, like unlocking doors, drawers, closets and other storage areas throughout their lavish home just by touching them.
American Airlines flight 146 touched down at Israel's Ben Gurion airport on time, arriving from New York's JFK airport as one of the dozens of flights that arrive in Israel from the US daily. While a regularly scheduled flight, among the passengers there were five whose arrival in Israel made it one of the most celebrated and certainly unique flights in Israeli history.
What was special about the flight is that it had five unique passengers, traveling in the cargo section. It was the first time in nearly 2,000 years that Israel has been blessed with the presence of not just one red heifer, but five, all arriving together. People who read their Bibles know that red heifers are mentioned in Numbers 19, but their significance has been shrouded for nearly 2,000 years since the destruction of the Second Temple.
Jews read the verses longingly, praying for the opportunity to be able to rebuild the temple and, with it, the ritual purification from the ashes of a red heifer needed to resume the temple services. But for two millennia, the whole idea was simply a fantasy, until last year when these five red heifers were born in Texas, and now, their arrival in Israel.
Hit singer, actor and author Pat Boone still holds the record for being on Billboard's charts longer than anyone. He has had over 25 singles reach the top 20 on the U.S. singles charts including one of his hit songs, "Ain't That a Shame." Boone had sold 3 million records before Elvis sold one.
He credits his deep faith and love for God that kept him on the straight and narrow in Hollywood all these years. At 88, Boone is going strong, making movies, recording songs, making business deals and trying to reach the 50% of Americans who never attend church.
I interviewed Boone for my podcast, 'Strang Report' about his latest book, 'If.' We are now living in a time where America is considered a post-Christian society. For Boone's latest and possibly final book, he felt a nudge from God to write for those in the secular world.
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