All I can say right now is that large feet (and bald heads) are the sign of the elect....
Seems like glasses are a sign too. I've been very surprised recently by certain people starting to wear them that I thought never would. On the bald heads thing being a sign of the elect, does a shaved head count? Or did I need to keep the Samson hair in order to be considered "elect?" I'm in Texas and that doesn't always work in the summer time. If it's not 106 degrees outside, then the humidity's just about got you changing clothes hourly.
I just recently paid attention to a song that the Christian music group "Sierra" recorded a few years ago called "By My Spirit" and only within the last month realized that it was a UR song. It uses that Scripture from the Old Testament (Zechariah?) "Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit, saith the Lord" And one of the lines in that song goes like this:
"These mountains shall be removed. I'll build My Temple in you..."
I just about screamed when I heard that in that song 'cause I'd never really paid attention to some of the other music on that CD. I only had that CD for the song "No stone to throw."
Anyway, I'm the happiest that I've ever been in my life, and this time my joy's going to last 'cause I've finally been obeying the Lord on something He's been telling me to do for over 15 years. Sometimes it's the simplest instructions that He gives each of us personally that deal with our emotions and our deepest needs, but we often miss the supernatural waiting on the spectacular. And the Holy Spirit winds up having to tell us years later something along the lines of what someone told Naaman, "If Jesus had told you to do something hard, you would have done it." Sometimes many of us are salivating at the vain imagination of being a martyr for the truth when all He's wanting is more thanksgiving out of us that all of our needs are met according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. We get so caught up with our own thinking, our emotions, etc., that sometimes we make the excuse for not being more thankful that "surely God doesn't just want a ritual out of me."
If that's what it takes for God to get more immediate thanksgiving out of us, and to impress upon our mouths, minds, and bodies enough with the truth that every need is already met, then I can think of no better way of spending a few hours each day until the heart is reprogrammed to think "Kingdom" instead of thinking "what am I going to do?" When we're thankful to the point that we reach the point where our minds/brains didn't have to energize it as a deliberate thought, but it just flowed freely from our hearts that have been trained to know the difference between good and evil through diligent practice (Hebrews 5:12-14; 1Corinthians 9:23-27) then that's when the supernatural begins in each of our lives.
When we reach that point, then we can even mock our days when we weren't thankful with:"What were we thinking?" "Why were we childish back then?" "Why did we see God as a part of our problem back then when it came to those needs?" "How dumb could we get and still breathe?" "Why weren't we more thankful back then in everything for everything that Jesus Christ had accomplished in our behalf where life, being, and provision were concerned?" That's when all of our former days of unbelief just become the biggest joke to us.
An unhealthy view of God's sovereignty looks at God's sovereignty over all things to the exclusion of all that He ever told us to do. A healthy view of God's sovereignty looks at all God's done, all He's expecting, and all He's told us to do and then takes that New Testament and decides that I'm going to follow this as a treasure map to everything Father said was mine. I'm an heir of God and a joint-heir with Christ, and the prodigal son didn't mess up in asking for what was his, but he messed up in what he did with it and with his family's reputation. I'm taking absolutely everything that's mine, putting on the apron of a servant, and serving all of Creation with it until the Creation is liberated from it's bondage to decay and until it enters into the liberties of the children of God.
And then we'll all be able to laugh and poke fun at the embryonic stage that we were at in August of 2008 and previously where we actually entertained questions about God's fidelity in the practical areas of life, when all of the time we simply weren't taking the simple path of the New Testament realizing that if the yoke and burden we've been wearing hasn't been easy and light, then it hasn't been Christ's and we're exchanging it for His and learning from Him 'cause He's meek and lowly of heart and WE WILL FIND REST FOR OUR SOULS.