Blog 23 January 16, 2017 MIRACLES NEVER CEASE!

Robert Wise explores the world of Divine intervention from an objective point of view. Can 21st Century people believe that the hand of God touches people in today’s world? Read and you’ll find new insights.

BUT BEFORE WE BEGIN… On this Wednesday, Jan. 18,10:00 a.m. I begin a new weekly radio broadcast over the internet AND there’s been a change of address: The correct one is TUNE IN ON THE INTERNET

I have a ton of material that doesn’t fit the current blog format and I want to talk more extensively about what I’ve discovered. You will be fascinated!

All you have to do is turn on your internet with speakers and click on the above address. You don’t have to listen at 10:00 a.m. Pick out an hour that fits your schedule and you can at any time pick up my new radio show – MIRACLES NEVER CEASE.

Each week the programs will be available at any time you click on.

Why am I doing this? As I wrote in the first blog, my goal is to challenge people to become open to the spiritual dimension that exists around them. In today’s world, the vast majority of the population simply don’t know that an encounter with God is possible. The truth is that the Holy Spirit is available to anyone who will allow Him to speak to them.

I’ve met many people who are outside the church who experienced these encounters with power, truth, and light. Being outside the church community has nothing to do with the availability of God’s power.

I will be sharing what I have learned as I talked with a multitude of people who experience divine interventions. Their stories will inspire, challenge, and intrigue you. Some church groups claim that miraculous encounters ended with the death of the last Apostle John. Unfortunately, they simply don’t know church history. Divine interventions that brought healing, renewal, recovery, hope, and direction never stopped. Tune in and listen to what I’ve found to be true.

If you have questions you would like for me to address or subjects you’d like discussed, send them to me at I hope to hear from you.

So sit back, turn up the volume and get ready for important discoveries!



BLOG 5 August 15, 2016


Robert Wise explores the world of Divine intervention from an objective point of view. Can 21st Century people believe that the hand of God touches people in today’s world?

Read and you’ll find new insights.

The ultimate objective for this Blog is to help restore a ministry that the New Testament suggests should be constant. Regardless of various theological debates, the work of healing, restoration, life re-orienting events, hearing the Divine communicate, etc. have never stopped. Unfortunately, many churches just aren’t up to date.

The Old and New Testaments are filled with these amazing stories. The Red Sea split for the children of Israel and they were miraculously fed by manna in the wilderness. Jesus turned water into wine, stilled the storm, and fed the five thousand with two fish and five loaves. An exorcism at Capernaum liberated a man possessed by evil. As the stories unfolded, paralytics walked and the blind regained their sight. The raising of Lazarus and Jesus’s own resurrection were the ultimate expressions of the miraculous.

While skeptics have offered various natural explanations for many of these experiences, the stories stand on their own and have done so for 2,000 years. The Christian era records that the divine expressions continued to occur. For forty days after the resurrection, the appearance of the risen Christ touched more than 500 people. The conversion of Saul into Paul was one of the major milestones in the beginning of the universal Church. Held in jail and bound in chains, Peter was awakened by an angel and led out of the prison. The angelic visitation saved him from King Agrippa. The on-going stories of the apostles related many such events.

I became interested in this subject because of a totally unexpected situation. When I was in college, a friend had invited me to attend a gathering called Camp Farthest Out, a name given from the place where the movement began. The group emphasized love and healing prayer as well as meeting a variety of needs. I was a college student who certainly wasn’t into that type of expression, but I was in for a big surprise.

During an afternoon prayer session, I witnessed a woman recover sight in an eye that had been blind since she was five-years old. I was shocked, but knew I had stumbled on to some type of paradigm I couldn’t explain. No one in my university would have believed in such a thing, but I had seen it with my own eyes.

Over the years that followed, I started collecting similar events that I am sharing in these blogs. I hope you are intrigued and may feel challenged to explore the possibilities that could exist around you. You may be surprised to discover that these events are still happening in your backyard!

I’d like to hear your experience if you’ve encountered a Divine intervention. Please write me at:


Blog 4 August 8, 2016 MIRACLES NEVER CEASE!

Robert Wise explores the world of divine interventions from an objective point of view. Can 21st century people believe the hand of God still touches people today?

Read and you’ll find new insights.

My hope is to challenge individuals and the church at large to re-examine their perspective on the possibilities of God affecting our lives in a direct and often dramatic way. Currently, that idea is marginal. We are living in a time dominated by secular ideas with no expectation that the Holy Spirit still does anything.

Sorry. I hope to change that mind set.

Liz Morley is an example. Pressed with emotional issues, Liz thought she was having a heart attack. A medical examination revealed a 4.1 centimeter ascending aortic aneurysm. An aneurysm appears like a rapture in a rubber inner tire tube. The bulge could break at any moment and the person would quickly bleed to death. A 5 centimeter aneurysm requires the placement of a stint. The only medical advice Liz received was to stay calm and keep her blood pressure down.

Fat chance! At that moment, her mother was at home dying with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease 0r Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) while her husband struggled with severe kidney stones. To top it off, their youngest daughter was preparing to get married. In the midst of the turmoil, Liz’s mother died.

She was terrified. The doctor’s warned that such emotional stress could rupture the artery. Liz had nowhere to turn – except to her faith. Earlier, she discovered a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and began earnestly studying the Bible. With a medical crisis descending on her, she read in the scriptures that Jesus of Nazareth came to set the captives free. Liz made a decision that this passage applied to her. She made a firm resolution to accept the Bible for what it said. She would no longer live in fear but trust what the scripture promised.

Thoughts of the aneurysm bursting were pushed aside each day as she daily affirmed that Jesus Christ would be enough. A month later a sharp pain in her chest sent Liz to the hospital in an ambulance. After a thorough examination, the hospital staff was baffled. They couldn’t find any signs of an aneurysm. She was immediately referred to a cardiologist. After putting her through a stress test, the doctor requested a letter from her thoracic surgeon.

Looking at her sternly, the doctor said, “This simply doesn’t happen. Aneurysms do not go away. Yours did!”

When I ask Liz about how this miraculous event happened, she assured me that it was totally because she trusted God and the promises in the Bible. It wasn’t magical thinking, positive thinking, or any form of mental manipulation: It was her trust. In the midst of the confusion in her household, she had been speaking death. When she started speaking life, she was healed. Liz concludes that miracles have never ceased.

Think it over! You may be missing an important link!



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Blog 3 August 1, 2016


Robert Wise explores the world of Divine intervention from an objective point of view. Can 21st Century people believe that the hand of God touches people in today’s world?

Read and you’ll find new insights.

Patty Sills’ condition was diagnosed as Tardive Dystonia which meant her neck muscles continually contracted and pulled her head to one side. Patty had no control over her neck and was in constant pain. The condition made her spine bulge. She could be medicated but not cured. Doctors told Patty she would have this condition the rest of her life.

Patty told me that she didn’t want to live anymore. She couldn’t work or pursue any hobbies because she was so uncomfortable. Patty was certain she would be better off dead. Her voice sounded desperate as she described her deteriorating emotional condition. Patty had struggled with mental illness and attempted suicide. She had been in and out of mental institutions.

Having grown up in the Roman Catholic Church, Patty had lots of problems with church procedures. For one, she thought women should be able to be clergy. Organized religion only imparted other issues. Consequently, she was particularly skeptical about TV healers and churches in general.

Leslie, a young woman who had a reputation for talking with angels and praying for hurting people, was introduced to Patty. The whole idea seemed absurd, but Patty was desperate. She said, “yes, help me.”

Leslie asked Patty to lay flat on a table and she began to pray. Leslie’s hands became so hot that heat radiated through Patty’s body. When Leslie moved to her neck, Patty went into a convulsion and felt outside herself. She had to have help to stand.

The next day everything changed. With time, her incurable condition completely disappeared. If you ask her if she believes in miracles, she will tell you that she is living proof they still happen.

Since I began working on this subject, I have been amazed at how many stories I have turned up. They often come from people I know who have been reluctant to talk about their experiences that powerfully reordered their lives. In the contemporary world immersed in scientism and secularization, the idea that Divinity still reaches into everyday life and radically changes physical problems is considered nonsense. Television evangelists who claim to have such ministries are thought to be frauds, picking the pockets of desperate people– and some do. In the average mainline church, no one has seen a miracle or expects to encounter one. The subject remains closed.

But so were a number of other practices that are now totally accepted.

In the late ‘60s when I came out of seminary, people who claimed such cures were considered mentally ill. Consequently, talk of miracles has been off the table for a long time. So long, that it is now time to take a hard second look. In these blogs we will be exploring many stories like Patty’s and will hopefully help you discover how to become a part of this new revolution that the Holy Spirit is bringing to the world.




Blog 2 July 25, 2016


Robert Wise explores the world of divine intervention from an objective point of view. How can 21st Century people understand how the hand of God touches people in today’s world?

Read and you’ll find new insights.

When I began researching the subject of miracles, I visited congregations and during morning worship ask the members if anyone had ever experienced such an event. Following the service, people would come up, look around to make sure no one was listening, and then whisper a story. The topic of miracles had become suspect.

But I found they continue to happen.

Quinton Moore is a pastor of a church called The Father’s House and is a bishop in the Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches. One evening, Billy Simmons stopped Quinton in the church hallway.

“Pastor, my daughter Kendra has become ninety percent deaf.” Billy shook his head. “We’re terribly worried. Tomorrow we’re taking her to an audiologists for more testing. Would you pray for her right now?”

Pastor Moore took a deep breath. He was tired, in a hurry, and didn’t feel particularly spiritual, but he couldn’t walk away. The pastor forced a smile and reached out for the child. He laid his hands on the little girl and prayed fervently.

The next day when the Simmons family showed up at the audiologists, Kendra was thoroughly examined.

“There is nothing wrong with her hearing,” the perplexed specialist said. “She’s fine. I’m not sure why you brought her in.”

Believe in miracles? Kendra Simmons certainly does.

In these blogs, we examine the subject of miracles and the miraculous and see if we can understand the circumstances around how these phenomenon occur. We will consider the value of searching for a miracle when faced with an impossible situation. After looking at the pages of the Bible, we will explore how miracles have continued to appear during past and recent history. We want to know more about the experiences of people like Kendra Simmons.

My ultimate objective for this blog is to help restore a ministry that the New Testament suggests should be constant. Regardless of various theological debates, healing, restoration, life re-orienting events, hearing the Divine communicate, etc. have never stopped. Unfortunately, most churches just aren’t up on history.

How did this happen to Kendra? First, her father came for spiritual help. The trust and faith were in the father, not the child. Second, they came to a pastor who believe in and practiced interceding for the sick. Third, the pastor knew he had not capacity to heal anyone – but he could be a vessel for God to use. The result was the restoration of a child’s hearing.

Sound simple? The most profound truths always sound simple. However, the practice isn’t easy or without understanding. It begins in an expansion of our faith to believe the Holy Spirit is able – and reaching out to impart the gift.



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Blog 1 July 18, 2016


The widely read blog on the MIDDLE EAST from Robert L. Wise, Ph.D. features weekly updates on little known facts about Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria, countries where Wise has traveled and worked. In an unbiased and politically neutral manner, he reports an objective view of what’s happening. Robert Wise is now adding an entirely new dimension of his studies for his readers.



Each week Robert Wise talks with, interviews, and follows everyday people who encountered miraculous interventions in their lives. Their amazing stories are described and explored to understand how these encounters occurred. No one theological view or denominational perspective is involved. Wise is open to what transpired regardless of the individual’s persuasion.

You will be challenged, inspired, and intrigued by these interviews. For over two years, Wise spoke with a wide range of people. Some were Christians; some were not. Many stayed outside the church while others were devout attenders. Wherever people had encounters, he discussed with them about what they saw, felt and experienced.


For two years Robert Wise explored the divine interventions that had taken place in individual lives. To his surprise, he discovered that many people had virtually never told anyone what wondrous fact occurred. They worried were concerned that people would think them crazy. The experience of divine intervention has been that unusual with many people and churches. Some denominations concluded that the miraculous age ended with the Apostles and that consequently after 100 A.D. there were no more such occurrences. Sorry. History doesn’t support that idea.

Another group’s practices were considered emotionalism. The unusual was explained away as being only rampant hysteria. The conclusion was that after the excessive sensation wore off, the so-called miracle disappeared and the person was left with the same problem as before. Clearly, there have been many cases where hype in mass meetings manipulated suffering people. However, the events that Wise encountered had nothing to do with emotion, jazzed up mass meetings, or people being controlled in a volatile environment. We will explore this scene in depth!


Robert Wise also wants to know your history. Do you have an experience that you’ve never shared but know is important? Don’t worry about explaining or justifying the facts. Just let Robert Wise know. In the weeks that are before us, we will be considering many important happenings that demonstrate God is still at work in today’s world. You’ll be amazed and inspired by each of the blogs that explore a divine intervention.




NEXT WEEK: A child’s experience