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

Panic Attack

“In righteousness you shall be established; you shall be far from oppression, for you shall not fear; And from terror, for it shall not come near you.”  (Isaiah 54:14)

Panic is not from God—panic is magnified fear, and there is no fear in God.

The fear-base of panic comes from various sources—torments developed from an accumulation over time of every fear ever recorded in your character, occurring all at the same time! Satan is the real source of extreme, uncontrollable fear and torment. He is the culprit. 

For many people, the experience of being panicked to the point of losing control is real. Fear and terror produce chemical changes in the body, like physical sweating and a rapid heart rate—a sense of terror results when extreme fear of what cannot be controlled reaches the human brain. Science has identified the chemicals released and the imbalances produced. The experience can be devastating.

The good news is that God designed the human mind to clear itself, to give thoughts about fearful expectations and terrifying experiences stored in the mind back to us, to be controlled by us. When that happens, our responses depend on what we believe about fear’s power to control us. Strengthened by the Lord, we deny fear’s domination and choose instead to believe that God’s love delivers us from every fear!

The Lord does not condemn. His compassion extends to anyone suffering panic, whatever the cause! If you are fearful, allow His compassion to fill you. Cooperate with Him to receive deliverance for your whole spirit, soul, and body.

Amen.

Romans 10:17 | 2 Timothy 1:7 | Psalm 139:13-15 | Psalm 91 | Isaiah 54:14-15 | Verses@Once

Daily Devotions

End-Time Perspective

“But you, O Daniel, shut up the words and seal the Book until the time of the end. [Then] many shall run to and fro and search anxiously [through the Book], and knowledge [of God’s purposes as revealed by His prophets] shall be increased and become great.”  (Daniel 12:4, AMP)

For Christians in many parts of the world, daily life-and-death battles dwarf problems common to most believers. Their struggle is to survive daily threats and brutal oppression—more brutal than we can imagine.

We care deeply for fellow believers where religious liberty is threatened, where despite increasing persecution and murder of Christians, international protest is scarcely voiced except by compassionate individuals and organizations who, because they work to help relieve suffering in every way possible, are also at risk.

Even free and more civil societies are often veiled in ignorance and blinded to the passion of previous generations who engaged on behalf of those being persecuted for their faith. Such blindness is the mentality of our day. Still, many do grasp the urgency and pray effectively. They know because the Holy Spirit knows; they pray because the Holy Spirit prays!

From an end-time perspective, God’s plan trumps everything. The strategies of the Antichrist—that lawless spirit “already at work” among men—will not succeed. God is moving behind the scenes to deliver His people like Bible examples of His divine rescue.

God is omnipotent. His Spirit is at work “to will and do of His good pleasure.” Against impossible odds, today—right now—His Church believes and trusts the Lord to accomplish His plan, in His time. The Lord leads. Discern His leading. Guard your heart and words. Remain confident in God’s Word. Pray.

Men ought always to pray and not faint.

Amen.

Daniel 12:4 AMP | 2 Thessalonians 2:6-8, AMP | Philippians 2:13 | Luke 18:1, NLT | Verses@Once

Daily Devotions

This Is The Refreshing

Isaiah 28 gives insight into God’s offer to refresh the weary. His refreshing gives strength for the day ahead, encouragement for every challenge, and inspired ability to prosper in the midst of those challenges. Consider the possibilities.

An economic downturn cannot drain us when vision is fresh—when inspiration moves us to reach for more than average. Hearts revive when rest is the core. Whatever you are facing and despite anything blocking the path, supernatural refreshing makes it possible to skillfully navigate and go straight through to the desired end.

“Whom will he teach knowledge?
And whom will he make to understand the message?
Those just weaned from milk?
Those just drawn from the breasts?

For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept,
Line upon line, line upon line,
Here a little, there a little.

For with stammering lips and another tongue
He will speak to this people,

To whom He said, ‘This is the rest with which
You may cause the weary to rest,’
And, ‘This is the refreshing . . .’” (Isaiah 28:9-12)

Amen.

Isaiah 28:9-12

Daily Devotions

Positioned Well

“This I know: the favor that brings promotion and power doesn’t come from anywhere on earth, for no one exalts a person but God, the true judge of all. He alone determines where favor rests. He anoints one for greatness and brings another down to his knees” (Psalm 75:6-7, TPT)
 
You are positioned with purpose, assignment, and a plan. You have inherited a wealth. Your position is a gift. Among those positioned this way, some think they did it… think that they achieved this position. Others, not positioned well at all but not willing to remain on the sidelines either, observably elbow their way in, insisting their place and position from God will not be denied. 
 
Always, Jesus is the example. He chose the Spirit’s leading and, therefore, the Father’s will. Jesus came for that very purpose to do the Father’s will. Your choosing brings the same Spirit and leading and the same supernatural way of life He demonstrated. His example of humility is key. Besides inheritance from those who have gone before, you are positioned well because of His life’s example and His Spirit’s lead.
 
Consider what you will invest into this position of yours. Never forget the rock from which you were hewn—the place where you were nurtured and carved out, your launching place. Invest humility and expect to reap accordingly. You are positioned well because of the plan that sent and supplied you—launched and promoted you. Your presence makes a difference. It’s why you’re there.
 
Amen.
 
Psalm 75:6-7, TPT

Daily Devotions

Medicine Man

If your challenge today is health-related, remember God is the one truemedicine man. If you have a diagnosis, begin speaking His Word to its root source, not just to the symptoms. Your first line of defense in a spiritual problem is spiritual, and that means words. Sickness is spiritual as well as physical so speak life. Identify root causes and concentrate your efforts there; resist the symptoms, in Jesus’s name.
 
The order is spiritual first, then physical. If you prioritize the physical side first, you may be in for a long, hard slog. Instead, prioritize the spiritual side and take authority over this spiritual attack on your physical body. Resist! 
 
If prescription medicines are needed, be sure to release your faith as you take them for the result you want. Talk to them. Release your faith. Declare their benefit and take authority over harm caused or side-effects. Keep it spiritual—stay in the Spirit. Don’t allow Satan to accuse or condemn you—he is a legalist and will taunt that if you “had sufficient faith,” you wouldn’t need the medicine. Ignore him. He’s not the boss!
 
Take control. Draw from God’s strength to undergird your faith by every means—through people He sends to walk beside you through this, and through every available outside means the Lord provides. Most importantly, be sure to “mingle” faith with everything. Confront sickness, not with your own mental or emotional strength, but by faith! Don’t panic. Remain focused on the Word.
 
Until you have a full revelation of your healing—that you are healed now, present tense rather than future tense—use every weapon available (including medicine) and raise your expectations! You are in the process of coming out on the other side—delivered!  
 
Amen.
 
Hebrews 4, v.2 | Hebrews 11, v,6 | Genesis 6:3 | Luke 17:6, NLT | Verses@Once

Daily Devotions

Unshaken

“Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom which cannot be shaken, let us have grace, by which we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear.”  (Hebrews 12:27)

Today we progressively receive—we are receiving, present tense—an unshakable Kingdom. We invite the Lord into every detail of the day: Lord, I pray Your unshakable Kingdom come; [so that] Your will is done… on earth… in the same way as in heaven.

Kingdom is the container—the setting, mindset, strategy, prayer, and intellect—for the inheritance that we are receiving, reserved for us in heaven and brought into our today (right here on earth) when we pray: Lord, Your unshakable, uncorrupted, undefiled, and clear-as-a-picture Kingdom, COME!

Amen.

Hebrews 12 | 1 Peter 1:3-10 | Luke 11:2 | Verses@Once

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