There is an interesting historical event about a Union Civil War soldier who was guarding a breastworks. He sensed danger, even though he did not see or hear anything alarming. He started to sing a hymn. Then he felt at peace. Years later he found out that his singing had saved his life – when he met the Confederate soldier, who recognized him by his singing voice. That Confederate soldier had had his gun aimed at the Union soldier when the latter started singing a hymn; the singing caused the other soldier to lower his gun. You can read the account in detail on page 311 of Rolling Away The Stone by Stephen Gottschalk.
The above story emphasizes to me the great value and necessity of “watching” with more than our eyes and ears. In part, it inspires the upcoming video series, which is introduced in this video. Please copy and paste this into your web browser to view: