A few days ago I published another installment of a series called "The Language of God" and the piece was about lightning. Lightning struck the Touchdown Jesus and set it catastrophically ablaze, if you remember. Also, I'd included a poignant story about a couple that was struck by lighting atop a mountain. The man survived, his love did not. The entry went on to describe biblical references to and instances of lighting, as part of the vocabulary God uses to make His presence known.
I do not want to make too much of this, but it is curious. The Telegraph UK published this story today:
The moment lightning struck twice in the same place at the same time: Stunning images as storm breaks over Chicago
This is the extraordinary moment a photographer captured bolts of lightning striking not one, but two Chicago landmarks at the same time. Electricity rushed down the lightning rods atop the The Willis Tower and the Trump Tower at the exact same instant last night. Seen through the rain from the Hancock Tower, the strikes lit up the sky around.