A Smallness Vision


I saw one small shepherd boy walk on to a battle field filled with thousands of heavily armed trained troops, all shaking in their boots, as they saw and heard the threats of one giant.

A giant, with thousands of heavily armed mocking, jeering troops behind him.  I saw one small shepherd boy refuse a big man’s armor and instead, pick up a small smooth stone and then reach for a very small leather slingshot.

The boy was not sweating or straining, but seem to be enjoying this deadly scenario.  As the small shepherd boy, released the small stone, from the small sling, I heard the LORD say: “Thanks son, I got it from here!”

In seconds the giant was dead, and the shaking army became brave warriors, chasing the thousands of mockers to their destruction.  Then the LORD explained things from a Kingdom perspective.

He said, in the Kingdom, I AM the giant slayer and you are My armor bearer.  The armor bearer sets the stage for the warrior to take out the Giant.  If there were no small boy, no small stone and no small sling that day a whole nation would have been defeated.

You are not able or designed to defeat Giants.  You are called to obey the smallest details to the point where I say, “I got it from here.”  If you will be faithful with all of the small that I give you to do, I will always have enough to kill the giant.  Thus winning the war and saving a nation.

The Spirit then said:  This is kingdom battle protocol.  An update example.  Things fast forwarded about 4,000 years and a very familiar scene popped in the vision, so I could get the full impact.

I saw my brother David Wine picking up small jars of peanut butter, small boxes of toys, small pencils, traveling small distances day after day, picking up thousands small things until it became a giant tractor trailer ready to ship to Haiti.

Suddenly the giant appeared in the form of a shipping invoice for thousands of dollars, causing some to begin to shake.  I heard the LORD say, “I got it from here David.”  At that moment, hard cash was hurled from a distance striking the invoice giant, suddenly the Giant was dead and the orphans were fed.

Then I saw David Wine again changing small dirty diapers, but this time, with a very big giant standing over his shoulder taunting him, that he would repossess the orphanage when the final payment came due.  David started to battle the giant in his mind and was loosing badly.

Then David returned to the small, by taking one small child at a time, some to the hospital, some in his arms all night.  I saw small seeds in his hand as he planted a small garden.  He was washing small clothes, making small meals and forcing himself with all his might to ignore the taunting Giant.

Suddenly out of nowhere large sums of money fired from another part of the world, obliterated the accusing giant.  The calendar said the last payment was not due for nearly 2 months.

I seem to understand with perfect clarity that if David Wine had let go of the small things that Father had given him to do, there would not have been enough ammunition to kill the giant.  All would have been lost, because like King David of old, and all followers of the king, he was not designed to kill Giants.

Moral of the vision: {1 Corinthians 3:7  So neither is he who changes diapers anything, nor he who collects the peanut butter anything, but only God Who kills the Giants, so the vision can become greater.}  By forcing himself to stay with the small things that he was called to do, David was releasing the stone so Father could guide it with deadly accuracy and force to kill the giant.

Because of David’s strict obedience, Father was able to place an amount of money to be released into the thoughts of several people, thousands of miles away.  This triggered the release of the perfect amount to kill the mortgage giant.

As many may know this is exactly what happened to both Davids!


Jim Hammerle

Jim HammerleJim Hammerle  (1941-2017) began ministering with David Wilkerson and Nicky Cruz, founding Teen Challenge Philadelphia. 6 times pastoring a mission ship, 15 years with TV and radio, a retired businessman, Jim helped feed Ugandan widows and orphans, and helped Muslims find the Jesus who fed them. He was His banker and was privileged to give His money away, helping to build a Haiti orphanage and invest in USA lives.  Jim passed away on May 23, 2017 to be with the LORD.

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A Smallness Vision — 2 Comments

  1. During my trip home from work I prayed to the Lord that He would give me a vision of what is ‘going on’ in the spiritual realm because just as your brother David I am (before people invisible and quietly) obedient in the smallest of details to God’s commandments and the mocking ‘giant’ did appear today (again) and I almost could not believe this happened again because I thought this specific giant was defeated and I said to God that this seems so ‘big’ so I need to know how to act!
    Just some hours later I got the answer. Halleluja!
    Thank you precious brother in Christ!

  2. You are so right! There are so many giants in my life right now, particulalry with family and finances. But God is in the process of defeating and even slaying those giants while this message is being written! Thanks for the encouraging update, its great to be able to watch and see this come to pass!!  halelujah!!!!