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The third season of National Geographic's "The Story of God with Morgan Freeman" premiered earlier this month and in episode three, which aired Tuesday night, the Academy Award-winning actor embarked on a journey to interview people who had seen “visions of God.”
At the top of the episode, Freeman admitted to being “fascinated” by the Apostle Paul’s vision of Jesus Christ while on the road to the Damascus, which is recorded in the book of Acts.
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“Stories about visions of God are found in most religions, but where do visions come from? What do they have in common?” Freeman set out to answer those questions as he explored the mysteries behind those visions.
His travels took him to Lourdes, France, where many Catholics make a pilgrimage to visit a natural spring they believe has the power to heal. He also met with a member of the Anishinaabe tribe in Canada where he learned about the belief in a vision quest, and then traveled to Kenya where he shared the remarkable story of Christian entrepreneur Dr. Charles Mulli.
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“The Story of God” shared Mulli’s story of growing up in Kenya where he was abandoned by his family at a young age. He overcame many challenges in his life, defied the odds and became a successful businessman. However, a call from God compelled him to devote the rest of his life to helping orphans, at no financial benefit to himself.
“I gave you everything and now I want to take everything you have and give it to the poor,” Mulli explained in the series. He described saying yes...
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