I LOVE Kebu’s new song: flowing forward in solid, unwavering, steadfast, in-peace, strong resolution — upward and onward!
Outstanding choice of analog tones: beauty & grit! Great for the soul! We’re on a journey, going somewhere wonderful, fighting darkness in Light together!
Sebastian Teir. Finnish composer and keyboardist who creates instrumental, melodic synthesizer music. His music is heavily influenced by 70’s and 80’s synthesizer music as well as modern electro. SebastianTeir alias Kebu makes his music using only analogue synthesizers.
Works on Facebook and MP3 audio too. Saves a lot of time!
It’s made to work in Google’s intrusive Chrome browser, but since Brave is based on Chrome, it can be used in Brave. While in Brave’s preferences, click on Extensions > Get more extensions/Open Web Store
Using OVC – One Video Control you are able to control all videos you are watching while browsing, both with a GUI and with Zen keyboard shortcuts.
Pop the video out of the browser, speed up, slow down, reset speed (x1), toggle super speed (x16), increase / decrease volume, toggle mute, skip forward and backward (both short and long skips), and toggle repeat.
it works on all major sites – Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, Twitter, Whatsapp web, and many (many!) more.
you can finally control videos on Facebook and Twitter without clicking them.
You can finally change the speed of videos you get on Whatsapp,
I mean, everybody loves watching puppies videos, but it consumes a lot of time 🙂
With OVC it can take half the time, and even less!
Just scroll with the mouse over the speed area (or use the keyboard shortcut) and change it up to x16 times faster than normal.
Watching a tutorial, you can finally have the video in sight while implementing what the instructor says!
Just pop the video out of the browser (as simple as clicking a button or using the keyboard shortcut)and place it in a convenient place, on top of you working area maybe?
This extension is here to save you time and change the way you interact with videos in the browser.
Dave remembers me from when I worked the NWA 747 freighters he piloted. He told me he also had trouble not hitting his head on the main deck’s ceiling as we both had to climb the ladder to get up to the cockpit.
I told him I went up it too fast twice, and should have learned the first time. He said it happened to him too, and that the opening wasn’t designed for people over 6 feet.
Songfacts: How did you come up with that song? It seems so unusual – so long and it changes gears in the middle.
Farner: Initially the song came to me after I said my prayers one night and I put a P.S. on the end of my prayers. I asked God to give me a song that would touch the hearts of people that the Creator wanted to get to. I got up at 3 o’clock in the morning – I’m always getting up at different times of the night and writing things down. A lot of them are not songs but this happened to be one.
I got up and I wrote it, and as I’m writing it, I’m between the state of subconscious and conscious. I’ve got one foot in dreamland and my pen is writing these words down. It didn’t make a whole lot of sense. It was kind of weird, I thought, as I was writing it. I didn’t sit there on the edge of the bed and read it over and over, I just wrote it down, and when I got to the end of it, I just folded it over and put it on the nightstand. There it was.
Well, in the morning, I got up, I was drinking my coffee, I was looking at the horses out in the pasture, and I got my feet kicked up. I thought, I’ll grab my flattop here. I had an acoustic George Washburn, a resonant guitar from my kitchen – everybody would grab it when they came here. I started playing. Wow, that’s nice, what the heck is that?Then I made that C chord. I made a mistake. I was going for the G and it was a little short and I hit the C. And I looked down because that chord spoke to me in such a way. I’ve never heard that come out, that inversion of the C. I thought, Wow, that’s a cool chord. Then I thought maybe with those words in the other room, maybe that’s a song, so I grabbed the legal pad and laid it down on the table next to my coffee and I just started strumming. “Everybody…” And it just started coming out. …
I became a Christian in 1974 while reading the Paul and Silas jailer story in Acts 16 mentioned in this song. It was clear to me they had what I wanted. I was trying to find the true source of being able to love others — the one true religion that worked, which I hadn’t found while studying in the Lutheran school system K-12. While in my senior year, I don’t know why, but I decided to start reading the Bible in Acts 1, which I still think is a great place to start.
Let everything that has breath praise the Lord Let every creature under God’s sun praise the Lord Let all the mountains, let all the valleys Let all the hillsides sing of His glory Let everything that has breath praise the Lord
Israel had a war to fight but the Lord showed them the secret He said the battle this day is mine, but you must listen how to do it Put your singers first in front of the rest Let them praise and sing to me And you will see the salvation of your God And watch your enemies flee
Paul and Silas were thrown in jail For preaching the gospel of Christ Though in chains they praised His name singing songs in the night Just then an earthquake shook the place and the chains and the doors were loosened Then the jailer ran in scared to death and that day he found salvation
Back To The Rock is the twenty-second studio album by the band Petra, released in 2010 and which marks the band’s return with the classic 80s lineup (Bob Hartman, Greg X. Volz, John Lawry, Mark Kelly and Louie Weaver) . The repertoire consists of a reinterpretation of 10 hits from Petra’s eighteenth phase plus two new songs.  The album also features a live version (Back to the Rock Live) released in 2011 on CD / DVD. 
“Bema Seat” – 03:43
“Clean” – 02:51
“Angel of Light” – 04:14
“Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows” – 03:56
“Godpleaser” – 04:29
“Second Wind” – 04:20
“More Power to Ya” – 03:21
“Let Everything That Hath Breath (Praise The Lord)” – 04:00 (Greg X. Volz)
“Grave Robber” – 04:37
“Adonai” – 04:16
“Back to the Rock” – 04:27 (Greg X. Volz)
“Too Big To Fail” – 04:11 fonte: https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back_to…
I’ve been taking cold showers for at least a year. Alaska’s tap water is ideal at 41°F in winter and 46°F in summer.
My feet used to get cold outside, but now I can wear summer shoes (with screws for traction) with one pair of regular socks comfortably in slightly below zero Fahrenheit
My hands still get cold though, which I’m finally now theorizing may be because my arms and hands don’t spend much time in the cold water, which I’m going to now change, whereas the feet are in cold water during the entire shower.
As a child, playing outside for hours in Minnesota, and downhill skied without a mask. I frostbit my fingers, toes and nose, and thought they’d never improve.
My toes seem back to normal now at age-63, thanks to Wim Hof and Alaska’s cold tap water!
I’m grateful that I grew up when much of the music was originally interesting, instead of straight mind-control, like most of it is today.
“We formed this band, and decided it had to be original. In those days, the currency was originality. You needed to be original. These days, it’s more like you have to be ‘the same’ to fit into some market concept.”
“We decided to use European music for the influence.”