In Psalms 22, a prophetic psalm detailing the events surrounding the crucifixion, Jesus prophetically
calls himself a worm.
speaking, this partnership embraces all nations and peoples who "apprehend (recognize) but do not comprehend (understand)" his glorious Name.
, perhaps, Stratford Place Stud sponsored a race at York last month called the Stratford Place Stud for Royal Ascot two-year-olds Maiden Stakes.
, Jeff Buckley's Lover, You Should've Come Over drifts serenely through the Barfly's sound system as we await tonight's headliner.
In 1830, President Andrew Jackson prophetically
wrote to the Cherokees: "My friends, circumstances render it impossible that you can flourish in the midst of a civilized community.
A church that is so closely entwined with the military cannot speak prophetically
to the world about the love and peace of Christ.
Both the numbers feature in the production which comes to the Empire theatre next weekend, but there are no lack of hits to go at - Wondrous Place, I'd Never Find Another You, Colette, In Thoughts of You and prophetically
considering the show - Like I've Never Been Gone.
several years before the disastrous 2007 floods hit Worcestershire, the play was originally staged by Alan Ayckbourn's Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough.
Quest skipper Bob Steel prophetically
quips to old friend and Clean Up Australia founder Ian Kiernan during the official race launch press conference on 26 November 2008.
In a letter to mum Mary on August 20, 1915, James prophetically
writes: "I haven't heard of a piper playing in a charge and I don't think there will be such an occurrence.
s "I Have a Dream Speech" in which King prophetically
proclaimed, "Let freedom ring from the snow-capped Rockies of Colorado.
, 53% of Mauritanians said the military was primarily loyal to the president, while 29% said it was loyal to the constitution and another 18% said they did not know or refused to answer.