Blog 248

June 6,2022


Robert Wise explores the world of divine interventions from an objective point of view. An Archbishop in the Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches with a Ph.D., Rev. Wise relates his interviews with persons who experienced the touch of God.


This past week we’ve watched the world torn apart. The rampant epidemic of death has been more than almost anyone can absorb. The shootings in Tulsa, Oklahoma occurred in the exact same office where my dearest friend had been scheduled to go for a treatment this coming week. Such a realization brings me to my knees. We need the rebirth of encouragement during these horrific times. Perhaps, this story from New Delhi, India can help.

Dorthey Faye Higbee, a pastor, was part of a ministry team that brought thousands of people to a service for healing prayer. During the service a child suffering the ravages of polio was brought forward. An “untouchable” from India’s lowest class, the team prayed over him and felt something unfolding, but the crowd rushed forward and the boy disappeared in the press of the people. They knew he had no hope if he wasn’t healed, but he had vanished. All that they found later was one small crutch leaning against the platform.

The next night a policeman came forward. The night before he had seen the prayers for the boy and had to present his son for prayer as well. Earlier he had been sent to arrest the ministry team for any infraction, but because of what he saw the officer brought his son back only for the team’s ministry. As they prayed, the child’s eye straightened and for the first time in his life, he could see clearly. The policeman grabbed the microphone to proclaim the power of God available through Jesus. The ministry continued on into the night.

As the service ended, the team noticed something unexpected. Next to the crutch left from the night before, was a second identical crutch. What had begun as one seed had sprouted into an abundance of transformation.

Let us pray that in the families of these many victims of gun shootings, that new seeds of promise can be planted even in this dark hour. We can pray for continued healing. Remember that the promises are always there. Don’t be afraid to ask.

Expect the unexpected.

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  1. What an inspirational story, Rev. Wise. Last night my husband and I watched a movie called “I Believe.” It was about a little boy who found faith on his own and told others to just believe and miracles would appear, and they did!


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