Archive | January 1, 2016

The Power of Our Lord

2012_180painting by Sharae Taylor


The Lord’s Prayer is indeed, extremely powerful! 14 years ago (when I was 17) I gave my life to Christ. Not knowing how to pray at that time, I forced myself to memorize the Lord’s Prayer. Not long after that, while walking home alone at 4 am I was being followed by a strange man who I can sense was possessed by an evil spirits. I knew I couldn’t escape him. With trembling and fear, and with all my heart I whispered His prayer that I had memorized and before I was even done an angel appeared before me and the man that was about to attack me ran the opposite direction. That was the first of many testimonies. Love you all. Thank You Lord for the gift of Your Power.

Shared by Sony West in Video Comments


Angelic Intervention

313  photo by Lanta

a quick funny story…. I like hawks….i cheer for them over squirrels :-)…as I was listening to this video for the first 5 minutes a hawk was very near the outside the window ranting and calling ….i became annoyed over the loudness of his interruption….then I heard from Clare that you can request and even command ministering angels to fight for you or others….so I told my angels respectfully that were near me “please go scare that hawk away so I hear this message!”….in within 5 seconds the hawk flew far away …that put a smile on my face :-)…….and I thanked them 🙂


7be6e24f817225aa4076cca615625bdc  Painting by Sandra Kuck

“At 5:55 pm e.s.t. I heard two dogs barking at each other in anger about 100 yards away for several minutes straight….I was typing up a form for something in real estate on my computer when I raised one of my hands and said ” Lord, deliver the two dogs and myself from evil”…and within a nano second they completely went silent….I mean 1/10 of a second after saying the last part……..I was more stunned than with the hawk’s call suddenly disappearing…..I must do this more often!!! :-)….and I must remain humble without vanity thinking I’m someone special…..”

~Both incidents shared by Ken Beal