Category Archives: Miracles of the Father Son and Holy Spirit

“A Cloud Protected Us”: Senior Infantry Officer Describes Divine Protection In Gaza “The Likes Of Which He Had Never Seen Before”

Shayn Roby’s Take:  Jehovah is the Great I Am, and the Nation of Israel are His people. Psalms 122:6 of God’s Holy Word tells us, “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee.”  This miracle is just a very small glimpse of the wonders that are possible when the Maker of the Heavens and the Earth decides to move.  Those of us who are citizens of Israel through the blood of Christ must never forget that.

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Even in the face of what would otherwise seem impossible, God keeps every promise He makes

Amos 9:14-15, “… I will bring my people Israel back from exile. ‘They will rebuild the ruined cities and live in them. They will plant vineyards and drink their wine; they will make gardens and eat their fruit. I will plant Israel in their own land, never again to be uprooted from the land I have given them,’ says the LORD your God.”

By Stuart Winer, The Times of Israel – “An Orthodox infantry brigade says that divine miracles protected his soldiers during the fighting in the Gaza…

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‘Psychic’ Leads Police to Body in Missing Boy Search — Chip Yost Reports

Shayn Roby’s Take: Spiritual warfare takes place everyday. Jesus appeared in a vision before Saul, and accounts of angels appearing before people are written throughout the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Bible.  There is no reason to believe that Divine inspiration no longer occurs.  It has to occur, because the Lord God Almighty is in control.  Even in the face of tragedy such as this one, Jehovah is still in control.

How the armour of God stopped a gun in my face

Shayn Roby’s Take: The Power of the Holy Spirit is greater than that of any demon as First John 4:4 tells us, “Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world.


This was a living nightmare I will never forget. I don’t think anyone would.

One dark night in 2003, just before I moved to the States, my friend Wendy and I had planned to go out with some friends. We were all dressed up and off we went, she was driving. The plan was to fetch her new boyfriend first and go on from there. On the highway, twenty minutes from his house I got this terrible fear over me. Out of nowhere. This fear was taunting me about arriving at Luke’s house.

“Listen Wendy, when we get there, just tell him to get into the car and drive off. No chatting. Something doesn’t feel right.”

Lord, please protect us.

There was nothing sinister going on. The stars were out, the highway was clear. But this horrible sense of foreboding would not leave me. I tried not to harp on…

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Journey To Rome Part 1 (7/9/13)

No matter what the situation is, in good times or when we are at our lowest point, letting Jesus take the wheel is the best move that we can make. There are no guarantees that all troubles or trials will cease, but the Lord will give us the strength to carry on no matter what. If necessary He may CARRY US through if we have to have His help.


Read: 1 Chronicles 7:1-8:40, Acts 27:1-20, Psalm 7:1-17, Proverbs 18:22

The sailors couldn’t turn the ship into the wind, so they gave up and let it run before the gale. (Acts 27:15)

Journey To Rome

Relate: From what I’ve read, a ship traveling under sail in Paul’s day should be able to travel at a speed of about 4-4.5 knots, or as much as six if the winds are favorable. That means the journey to Rome should have taken a couple weeks, maybe a month tops if they were planning to stop at multiple ports along the way. (27:2) Instead it became an epic sea voyage worthy of top billing at your nearest Imax ciniplex. This was a Murphy’s Law type of trip, if it could go wrong, it did. Case in point:

27:4 – The plan was to head west after leaving Sidon. Since the winds were against them, they were forced…

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God Can Use You

Shayn Roby’s Take: Many times it’s a simple willingness to be obedient to God that enables Him to work a miracle in our own lives and miracles in the lives of those that come into contact with us.

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God Can Use You (Victory)“There’s a young boy here with five barley loaves and two fish. But what good is that with this huge crowd?”John 6:9 (NLT)

We live in a world where being extraordinary is celebrated…in sports, in the home, at work, at school, and even in church. Everyone loves a celebrity! We love to see them, talk about them, be associated with them, and we even try to imitate them.

Have you ever tried to sing or dance like your favorite entertainer? Although not necessarily my favorite—I, like many of my generation, did my fair share of Elvis Presley impersonations. Many love to talk about who they have met…as if this makes us special also (someone I know calls this name-dropping).

However, when it comes to God—He’s not looking for the extraordinary or celebrity. It is being used by God that really makes us special. It is His Word…

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Will Supreme Court Put an End to Anti-Faith Bullies in Public Schools?.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or PROHIBITING THE FREE EXERCISE THEREOF…….liberals always like to leave those last five words off of the First Amendment clause regarding freedom of religion. The endless assault from the Marxist indoctrinators in public education must be met head on with prayer and wisdom so that we may employ the power of the Holy Spirit to place those in the position to make decisions under His conviction.

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A petition is asking the Supreme Court to resolve the sharp difference between federal appeals courts on whether public schools must respect First Amendment freedoms when regulating student speech at graduation ceremonies. (chris2k /

Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday to resolve the sharp difference between federal appeals courts on whether public schools must respect First Amendment freedoms when regulating student speech at graduation ceremonies.

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit ruled against a New York 8th-grade student who wanted to include religiously inspired well-wishes at the end of her graduation speech.

“Public schools should encourage, not shut down, the free exchange of ideas,” says senior counsel David Cortman. “The personal well-wishes of a student at a graduation ceremony do not suddenly become unprotected by the First Amendment just because they mention God. Public school officials have…

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The Legacy Of A Double Portion

Elisha said, “Bring me a new bowl with salt in it.” So they brought it to him. 21 Then he went out to the spring that supplied the town with water and threw the salt into it. And he said, “This is what the Lord says: I have purified this water. It will no longer cause death or infertility.[c]” 22 And the water has remained pure ever since, just as Elisha said. Once we receive a portion of the Holy Spirit, we should expect that He will perform miracles. That faith the size of a grain of a mustard seed is all it takes to unleash the unlimited power of the Holy Spirit.


Read: 2Kings 1:1-2:25, Acts 13:42-14:7, Psalm 139:1-24, Proverbs 17:19-21

When they had crossed, Elijah said to Elisha, “Tell me, what can I do for you before I am taken from you?”
“Let me inherit a double portion of your spirit,” Elisha replied.
“You have asked a difficult thing,” Elijah said. (2 Kings 2:9-10)


Relate: A portion of Elijah’s spirit is not like mashed potatoes. I’ve got a plate at Thanksgiving and someone scoops a portion of mashed potatoes on it. My brother Jordan loves potatoes so much he says, “I want a double portion” so they give him two scoops. Elijah had a portion of the spirit, Elisha asked for and received twice as much. No. That’s not a double portion.

A double portion goes more like this: I am the second of eight kids in my family, the oldest of the four boys. Had we been born in ancient Hebrew times…

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