A Clear Trumpet

Daily Devotions

Scripture likens God’s voice to a trumpet, a clear and distinguishable sound. The message He intends is a clear trumpet. Our desire for the prophetic ministry of Shirley Weaver Ministries is to clearly speak the Lord’s message to our culture and world.

1 Corinthians 14:8, Acts 20:20-21

Daily Devotions

Price Equals Value

The price we pay reveals the value we see, and the value we place on something determines the priority that we give it. Ultimately, the way we prioritize value determines what we can accomplish—in the end, we receive benefits derived from the price we’ve paid. A higher price paid assures that we’ll handle this more carefully than if we paid little or nothing.  

Wisdom’s price, for example, doesn’t appeal to a fool, since a misguided, foolish heart sees little value in Godly wisdom. It was this condition in Israel’s religious leaders that placed the value of Jesus’s life at thirty pieces of silver—that pittance was actually a measure of their reality. The value of God’s Son to them was the price they paid to eliminate Him. 

Our choice today is the same: Do we squander value to soothe base desires or do we purchase honor and virtue, a value far above rubies? The Lord’s presence in the center of your home rewards the value found in a wise and virtuous heart. What price are you willing to pay, what priority do you give, and what end result and true condition of life do you want—really?

Price equals value.


Mathew 27:9 | Proverbs 31:10-11 | 1 Kings 10:1-12 | 2 Chronicles 1:10-12 | Verses@Once

Daily Devotions


“I have set the Lord always before me: because he is at my right hand, I shall not be moved.” (Psalm 16:8)

Mornings are special—a set-apart time. The Lord’s presence comes, taking us into His confidence and revealing Himself as One who holds everything in His Hand. Each morning as a new day begins, knowledge of Him increases with growing awareness of His soon return.

The Lord meets with you early in the day to make you the person you must be today; He takes you into His presence, revealing wisdom you must know today: “Then shall we know, if we follow on to know the LORD: his going forth is prepared as the morning…”

Because He is at my right hand, I shall not be moved. Hallelujah!


Hosea 6:3 | Psalm 16:8 | Verses@Once

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Right Time, Right Place

We need the right people, with the right skills, right revelation, right timing. If just one is missing or tardy, our result isn’t the same. So, as a matter of personal integrity, we determine to do our part—to be in the right place, with the right words, and on time!

Moses the man began as destiny’s child, surviving croc-infested waters in a basket of reeds, then met the Lord at a bush that burned but was not consumedand ultimately stood before a nation—as deliverer. With God’s rod of authority, he confronted Egypt’s king and gained permission for those enslaved under Pharaoh’s pagan system to go and meet their God and worship Him in the place of His choosing.

No matter where you are at this moment, and despite anything going on around you—regardless of details that don’t line up with what you’ve envisioned—remember your inheritance of spiritual backbone from forerunners like Moses. Take your rod of God’s power in hand and, before the Lord, with integrity, say yes to His leading.

Like Moses, you may not have every detail when you start, but you’ll know what to do with each step—right on time, the Lord will show you. 


Genesis 22:8-14 | John 7:17 | Exodus 10:26 | Exodus 10 | Verses@Once00

Daily Devotions

Doors And Gates

Spiritual discipline includes cultivating patience to wait for doors to open with a word of God’s wisdom on what to do, or not do, in the meantime. But when it comes to the enemy’s wiles, we do not wait. When it comes to the enemy, we deny him entrance, taking authority over open doors and possessing every gate. 

We are the seed of Abraham, the innumerable descendants destined to “possess the gates of their enemies.” Abraham’s relatives, sending Rebekah to become Isaac’s wife, blessed her, declaring these exact words: “And may your descendants possess the gates of those who hate them.”

In daily life we experience enemy spirits, but each must first gain entrance to affect us. Instead of yielding to that opening—that gate—possess it! Your covenant with God includes authority over every gate. You have governing authority to open and close them!

Take authority! Remove the thing that does not belong in your life.

Now, close the door. 


Genesis 22:17 | Genesis 24:60 | Verses@Once

Daily Devotions

Supernatural Possibilities

You purchased truth when you heard it, so don’t sell it now! Stay with the truth—speak supernatural possibilities rather than all that unbelief blah, blah, blah. Unbelief produces doubt and doubt systematically dismantles what you just accomplished.

The more we grow spiritually, the more we realize taking the same ground twice—due to careless words expressing the exact opposite of what we believe—is unnecessary if we can simply discipline our thoughts, words, and actions to agree precisely with what we claim to believe.

Supernatural hope is focused. Keep your eye on the continuum. Never back up, and always continue to build. Place today’s advance atop yesterday’s and remember what you have invested; remember you believed the Lord was leading you then, so why question His leading now?

Refuse unbeliefBelieve. Speak it. “Light, be!”


Genesis 1:1-3, KJV

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Truth Answers

People of Christian principle have unusual grace and special wisdom. With strong core values and skill to speak in the spirit of truth, their words convey substance and confidence, their lives an example for others to follow. Christians and non-Christians together, sharing basic and common-sense regard for life—for the gift of life—stand in opposition to upside-down philosophies that threaten life and do not prosper a people or civilization.
“When the queen of Sheba heard of Solomon’s fame, she came to Jerusalem to test him with hard questions. She arrived with a large group of attendants and a great caravan of camels loaded with spices, large quantities of gold, and precious jewels. When she met with Solomon, she talked with him about everything she had on her mind. Solomon had answers for all her questions; nothing was too hard for him to explain to her.”   (2 Chronicles 9:1-2, NLT) 
Our words must be clear. Strengthened by prayer. Tempered with humility. Persuasive and compelling.
2 Chronicles 9, NLT

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