What: K.O.G. (Kingdom of God ) Naval Carrier Group
Where: Sea of Darkness
Who: Well, you will see.
“Battle Stations! Incoming!”
Enemy planes were coming in low. Radar had not detected them. The first awareness of the enemy was visual. Multiple missiles released from the planes were flying 20 feet above the water, straight towards the aircraft carrier.
“Helps Squadron get those planes on the deck. Prayer Pilots get them in the air. Now! We need to see what is going on and fight back,” the Captain ordered!
Boom! The explosion was deafening. The missile hit the aircraft carrier. It did not penetrate the hull but it caused internal damage.
“Under attack,” the Captain relayed to the Group’s destroyer ship.
The destroyer swung into action with the Apostolic Officers pounding the enemy with words that broached their external defenses. The Prophetic Officers started declaring the light of God to come down from the heavens and pierce the darkness.
The night lit up like it was daytime. The enemy was now exposed. The Teachers Squadron could now target the planes with large caliber truth guns.
Boom! A second missile hit the aircraft carrier ripping a hole in the hull. Luckily, it was above the water line so the ship did not take on water but many soldiers were injured.
“Hospital! Incoming! Wounded!”
Pastors rolled the wounded to the Hospital and the Body Battalion sailors started triage and laying hands on the sick bringing health.
The emotionally traumatized were quickly identified and sent to the Psuche (soul) Specialists. They started sewing up the rips in each sailor’s soul. They honed in on the problem quickly before despair set in.
Mercy Medics manned the recovery room. They insured that the wounded took music injections being dispensed by the Worshiping Warriors. Tranquility and rest soon followed.
The ship was a madhouse of activity, but the sailors years of training showed, as everyone knew exactly what to do.
“Ready yourself! Water mines!”
Boom! Boom! Explosions occurred all around them. The aircraft carrier started swaying.
The Captain’s radar showed that all of the aircraft were in the air. The Evangelist Emissaries were pulling enemy wounded from the water. They were now fully engaging the enemy and fighting back.
“We are not building a church as you presuppose, but an Army.” – Craig Cooper