Deb Miller Robinson
Beneath His Wings
Yes, warriors, in this world you will have trouble, but in the spiritual realm, the place where eternal battles are won, Creator Yahweh covers you with His feathers. Spend time there, as you take refuge beneath His wings. Let His faithfulness, which remains even when we are faithless, be your shield and rampart.
If you do this in the spiritual realm, then His peace will follow you back to this world, and you will not fear the terror of padding feet at night, nor the arrow that flies by day, nor the pestilence that stalks in the darkness, nor the plague that destroys at noon. These things may strike down this body but they cannot touch the soul, that part of us that flies on eagle's wings. Let your soul find rest in Creator Yahweh alone. He alone is your rock and your salvation. Trust in Him at all times. Pour out your heart to Him. Quote from: Ghostdancer Shadley a respected elder of the Klamath and Warm Springs tribes of Oregon. He is also known as Cal or Buttons. He walked the Jesus Way and a book was written of daily inspiration after he crossed over to the other side. Bk: Eagle People Journal
There comes Hope, Faith, Strength and Vision for the warrior in all of us.
We will always be the Warrior God intended us to be, we will always be in process to move forward on the path we are on.
Where is your Hope?
Where is your Faith?
Where is your Strength?
Where is your Vision?
These, should always be in Yeshua/Jesus.
Psalm 91: He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall remain stable and fixed under the shadow of the Almighty (whose power no foe can withstand).
I will say of the Lord, He is my Refuge and my Fortress, my God; on Him I lean and rely, and in Him I confidently trust!
For He will deliver you from the snare of the fowler and from deadly pestilence.
He will cover you with His pinions, and under His wings shall you trust and find refuge. His truth and His faithfulness are a shield and a buckler.
Under His Wings - The concept of taking a person “under one’s wing” is familiar to us today. When an individual is alone, in a new position, or needing special guidance, another, more experienced person may offer to take the other “under his wing” to care for, teach, and guide. In Scripture, under His wings is a metaphor for the protective refuge of God’s presence. The imagery alludes to a mother bird taking her vulnerable hatchlings under her wings to nurture, train, shelter, guide, and protect.
Can you imagine this, Yahweh, Elohim (Most High God) teaching you, guide you, protecting you by His Presence. He loves you so much, He only wants the best for you. For those who have children, we love them this much for them to walk in who they were meant to be in strength, courage, compassion, and deep love.
I love my children deeply, I love my grandchildren deeply, but I know each one is unique, each one has a purpose and each one has their own choice to walk with Creator Yahweh or not. I can not force them to walk how I walk. I can encourage, guide, be an example, be loving to them. Give them wisdom when they ask.
I think being an example speaks more then all the words I have spoken to them. I must represent Yeshua well and let them see this in me. Train a child the way they shall go and they will return to it.
This is where mighty prayers come in for them to encounter more then we did. For them to go higher then we did.. For their purpose to be completed.
Trust in Him at all times, you people;
Pour out your hearts before Him;
God is a refuge for us. Selah Psalm 62:8
Trust is very important to God ‘Do you trust Me?’
What part of your heart have you not trusted God with?
It may be time to evaluate your heart and have that
conversation with Him.
When we are under the shadow of His wings, we learn to trust, because He is with us. We learn to heal because He loves us whole.
One thing that a eagle does with their eaglets. After they have grown, after the eagle has taught them all that they know. They are kicked out of the nest to learn to be them, to soar, to go forward. To learn how to be a mature eagle so they in turn will teach their eaglets. Generation to generation.
Yes Creator Yahweh loves us this much that He partners with each one of us to step it up, move forward and be a mature servant.
We get to come back when needed to just let His Presence cover us.
Be the example of the Warrior inside all of us.
Deb Miller Robinson - Eagle Warrior
Book - Eagle People Journal by Ghostdancer Shadley (is on amazon.com)