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

Three Things

Many people realize the spiritual contest that exists for the heart of the family and have given their lives to turning their bloodline away from curse and toward blessing. Their life is like the line drawn in the sand—not only do they stand in the gap for their family, but their commitment and determination place them squarely in the enemy’s crosshairs.

If you are one of the many with this mission, you’ll need a disciplined strategy. Don’t consider every tiny detail and possibility; instead, choose three points at a time—to move you from “all over the place” to a locked-in focus. Three things you know you have sufficient faith for because your faith is absolutely necessary to leverage small steps for the big picture outcome you envision.

Anyone can handle three things at a time, but few people can master everything… all at once. Stretched thin across multiple concerns, you likely wouldn’t recognize the Lord’s moving in response to your prayers, intercessions, and efforts to see your family delivered, and likely will therefore begin each day like you’re starting all over, unaware of the momentum you have actually built beyond that starting point.

You need to identify three things that are most important. Write them. Post them. Zero-in. Pray big prayers! When the three are accomplished, choose another three… then three more. By faith and patience, inherit the promises and the promised outcome!


Hebrews 6:12, ESV | Romans 1:17 AMP | Psalm 107:40-42 | Verses@Once

Daily Devotions

God’s Love Will Snatch Them

“And the LORD said, ‘Shall I hide from Abraham what I am doing, since Abraham shall surely become a great and mighty nation, and all the nations of the earth shall be blessed in him? For I have known him, in order that he may command his children and his household after him, that they keep the way of the LORD, to do righteousness and justice, that the LORD may bring to Abraham what He has spoken to him.’ But Abraham still stood before the LORD. And Abraham came near and said, ‘Would You also destroy the righteous with the wicked?’ . . . So the LORD went His way as soon as He had finished speaking with Abraham; and Abraham returned to his place.” (Genesis 18:16-23)

It isn’t necessarily the case that those on a wrong path must ask for help, be ready to confess, or even be willing to cooperate. We’ve heard of the many requirements for God to rescue or deliver. God’s love is not limited that way, and Bible truth contradicts any such claim. A major predication for the Lord’s deliverance is covenant prayer, earth’s supernatural power grid.

Abraham trusted God and “returned to His place.” What followed is a biblical example of covenant deliverance—in this case, of instantaneous snatching, and against all odds. Angels arrived at Sodom’s gate, assigned to rescue, but Lot resisted, preferring Sodom and blinded to the danger of his predicament. The mob spirit grew violent, but in split-second timing, angel messengers intervened. Ultimately, nothing in the region was destroyed in the judgment until the angelic escort led the covenant family out to safety. 

It was God’s love for Abraham. God’s love in covenant with Abraham. Lot did not ask… Abraham did. Throw out the rule that limits God. Possess every gate with covenant prayer and then “return to your place” and trust God. Love will snatch them!


John 10:29, NIV | 2 Corinthians 2:6-16 | Genesis 19 | Judges 6:9 | Jude 1:23, NIV | Verses@Once

Daily Devotions

Thoughts And Actions Are Seed

“You will always harvest what you plant.” (Galatians 6:7, NLT)

The principle of seedtime and harvest explains that my life today stems from yesterday’s seed, and because today I am a composite of yesterday’s thoughts and actions, I see within my own heart, as David saw in his heart, the fruit available for harvest in my life.

Rewards are a kind of fruit, connecting earlier fruit-producing actions to the reward… to a harvest. When I understand how my actions connect my life to the reward of those actions, and I know the source of those rewards, I discover a great deal about my own heart and spirit.

Since actions often “speak louder than words” and reveal where my heart is invested, my actions help me to discern: Today’s fruit proceeds from the depths of my heart, exposing the source-seed of yesterday’s thoughts and actions. We will always harvest what we plant.


Psalm 51 | Galatians 6:7 | Matthew 7:16 & 20 | Psalm 51:6 | Verses@Once

Daily Devotions

The Rule Follower

Collectively we benefit from the example of the rule-follower, the individual who readily yields to the leadership of the one in charge. Applied personally, when I know the rules and have already purposed to obey them, my part is simple, freeing my creativity and critical thinking to increase.

From the perspective of the one who is leading, having one good rule-followeron the team keeps the guard rails up for the mission, so the focus remains missional rather than becoming consumed by repetitive lectures on the rules. And also, in the soul of the leader is vision to lead as a king, in many ways a rule-follower themselves and disciplined in the rule of law.

God said to Abraham, “I will make you exceedingly fruitful, and I will make nations of you, and kings shall come from you.” You and I are the kings promised to Abraham’s lineage, and like Issachar, we understand the times and what must be done. The presence of Almighty God comes when we obey His lead and follow His rule.

Whatever He says to you, do it. 


Genesis 17:6 | 1 Chronicles 12:32 | Daniel 1:20 | John 2:5 | Acts 3:22 | Verses@Once

Daily Devotions

Not The Same

In your spiritual life, what you face today is not a repeat of something earlier, regardless of the similarities. It is not the same because you are not the same. The last time you experienced this, you were not as mature as you are today—not spiritually, emotionally, or in any sense. God’s strength in you, combined with your revelation and understanding of His will have increased. 

Isaiah prophesied that the Lord’s government rests on Jesus’s shoulders and that government doesn’t remain the same but is always expanding. His followers are transformed by the Spirit of the Lord—faith to faith, strength to strength, and glory to glory.

The Lord’s government in any given situation is continually increasing. Your authority in the situation is increasing as well. In fact, the only thing reduced is Satan’s part—his interference lessens with every pass. In your spiritual life, each day you are more, and you have more. God-level integrity saturates you.


Ephesians 1:15-23

Daily Devotions

Above The Load

You don’t need every detail, every fact, and figure, and you don’t need to wrangle control over all working parts to navigate the road ahead. God’s Word—His wisdom—is your baseline. Make wisdom-words your priority, written plainly at the top of your mental page and on the tablet of your heart! Begin there, then order everything else under Wisdom’s covering.

However, if you’re thinking of taking it all on personally, aside from God’s wisdom, well, then yes, you’ll need to be on point in every detail. Arrive in command of all data and every detail and keep mental and emotional superiority for leverage in an atmosphere charged with zero tolerance for human error. So, again, don’t miss anything. It’s all on you. You own this.

You see the difference—right? It matters how you see the assignment. Don’t compare you to those around you. You have revelation of God’s Word, so the intellect is freed to create this project as God intends…His purpose for sending you in the first place, because you carry His Word and His presence.

Creativity doesn’t flow as well when you’re underneath the load.


Zechariah 4:6-8 | Deuteronomy 28:13 | 2 Corinthians 10:12 | Verses@Once

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