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"Neither shall the flame kindle upon thee."

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Announcements Forums Reality – March 31st, 2019 "Neither shall the flame kindle upon thee."

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    Isaiah 43 : 2
    “…when thou walkest through the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall the flame kindle upon thee.”

    “Amazing Testimony: How God Protected Pastor’s Home from California Wildfire” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_wbwgDBfk8

    In November, 2018, pastors Mel and Desiree Ayres had to evacuate their property as the deadly Woolsey/LA County wildfire made furious by high winds, was consuming everything in its path; but before they departed, they spoke to the winds and the flames. When the couple returned, they saw that the raging fire, to human sense out of control, had inexplicably stopped right at the grass-line of their property. No firefighters had been there, no flame-retardant air-drop, yet not only was their house completely intact, but it was as though an invisible buffer shielded the grounds as well.

    God is eternal, indestructible. Thus, the reality of God’s creation is also eternal, indestructible!

    Lots of inspired thoughts, scriptures in this video; more details here.


    Thank you for sharing this! It gave me much food for thought, seen through the lens of Science. What a beautiful demonstration of the power of turning to God in times of greatest need. After seeing that not one blade of grass on his property was singed, the pastor urged others to “take your authority that you have in Jesus’ name, and begin to stand strong in the Lord and in the power of his might…” Amen!

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