Blog 260

September 26, 2022


Rev. Robert L. Wise, PhD 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.


I’ve known Tina Brown seems like forever. In fact, her family has been important to me for over fifty years. A couple of years ago, I wrote her father’s story in I MARCHED WITH PATTON that became a best seller across America and the world. Back in 2017, Tina wrote me about her struggle. She emphasized how important it can be to find the will of God.

Tina grew up in the church and lived a Christian life through her teenage years. Married and on her way, Tina fell into hard times. As she struggled with difficult decisions, nothing seemed to turn out right. She found herself walking down a path that wasn’t going anywhere with no sense of direction. As time when by, she became calloused. Her struggle began to leave her cold and with time Tina became indifferent. Nothing was turning out right.

Ever have that feeling? Certainly.

Millions of Americans know they need a definite sense of direction but don’t know where to find it. In these weekly blogs I encourage people to discover that God stands on the other side waiting to give them new hope. We call those moments of divine intervention miracles. Whatever word you want to use, we can discover that our heavenly Father wants to break in and touch our lives.

Tina woke up in the middle of the night and made a conscious decision to reach out and see if God was still really there. Tina needed a spark of hope. She got up, went over to her computer, turned it on, and began to pray. Tina asked God to speak to her.  She looked at the computer screen and there was my blog on the will of God. She read it and then read it again. I had written about finding the will of God and the difference that discovery can make. One line leaped off the screen.

“Discovering the will of God is one of the first steps that unlocks sealed doors.”

Tina knew she had found the answer she was seeking, She had forgotten to follow the leading of God for her life. As I recall, I had written that in the Gospel of John Jesus said; “Whoever has my commandments and obeys them, he/she is the one who loves me … and I will show myself to him/her.” John 14:21. As Tina read those lines, she had found the answer for her life.

A miracle? A divine intervention? I’d say that when despair is turned into direction and deliverance you’ve been touched by the hand of God. Tina Brown agrees.

Just remember. Miracles never cease.

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