Angelic Air strike
©2005 Tyrone Vincent Banks
The demons approach as I stand there alone.
I want to flee, but a sense or courage prevails.
I look to the heavens and call out for an Angel.
One to rescue me from this predicament of which I am still afraid.
The skies darken…
The demons approach and swarm towards my position…
I call to the heavens as the sky splits open…
A most glorious light spills from the sky like crystal clear water.
The winged angels approach!
I ask for one and I am sent many.
They envelope my body and fill my heart.
I take to flight and charge towards my enemies.
I separate their lives from the shell that crumbles to the ground.
A feeling that I have never felt before.
I feel that this is no mere dream but a PREMONITION of what’s yet to come
When evil has permeated the fabric of existence.
When I have lost all hope for salvation,
The angelic air strike was called in.
Allowing me to do the things that only my spirit – in its purest form can do.
I awakened to a rapid heartbeat that vibrates throughout my skull.
I tell myself that with faith and in my darkest hour…
God will be there.
I awaken and its
3:00 a.m. – this is my curse and the time that I always awaken and then check on my children.
I return to my slumber and another scene is revealed
I stand back to back with my brother
We are to face the evil threat once again.
The evil approaches and stands over his shoulder
I command that he go to his place on the battlefield
In a loud and commanding voice I cause him to flee and then face me once again.
He summons the forces of evil as I call to the heavens once again
I call once for an Angel to come to me
I call again in the name of Christ our Savior for an Angel to come to me
A light shines through the darkness and I am at one with my gift
Approaching the enemy and giving them the taste of defeat.
I awaken and then realize that again, through faith, God will provide protection
I am at peace with that thought and I feel that the day will come
When this vision will be made of flesh and live before us.
Tyrone V. Banks