Dear Honored Friends

When I recently presented my Testimony to my colleagues, I told everyone that I probably became a doctor because my mom started to call me “my son the doctor” when I was only seven years of age. Then, because she was insistent about the importance of my “getting ahead,” I became a neurosurgeon.

A midlife crisis occurred when I developed chronic intractable pain during my neurosurgical practice. For some strange reason, I read a spiritual book by a minister and a friend encouraged me to visit his church in Orlando since I was already scheduled for a Disney World Vacation. At the service, I was totally healed, especially of the pain. I did have difficulty believing it was Jesus because I never saw Him and particularly since I was already Jewish.

After 51 years in medicine including twelve years in training, I turned to a Healing and Deliverance Ministry because I saw even more people healed laying hands on them than I did with the scalpel. The greatest thing I learned, unlike medicine, was that the supernatural power of the Word could heal sickness and disease. Proverbs 18:21 reveals that death and life is in the power of the tongue. Unfortunately, I never learned that in medical school because it was pointed out that if we were required to read about Jesus in the Bible, the Chief would have issued one. He didn’t know God either.

There is tremendous power in the Word of God. You realize that there is obviously no guarantee with this, but I strongly recommend you read the following and adopt Psalm 91 on a daily basis. The more you read this, the greater will be your confidence and security and the less will be your fear, stress, anxiety, and doubt. Many people report they actually sense the presence of God. When you look at this as a safety psalm, you’re talking about a long and healthy life.

Godly blessings
Rev. Phillip Goldfedder, M.D.


The 91st Psalm has always been one of the most powerful Scriptures because of the many confirmed military stories of the power of protection and incredible promises of safety, both total and absolute, and from every threat and danger. Speaking this Psalm prior to any battle daily would supernaturally protect a soldier from harm in spite of his exposure to the enemy and potential wounds, injuries, or even death. This would also apply to any group involved with protecting our country. For example, throughout U.S. history there were nearly 19,000 reported law enforcement officers that have made the ultimate sacrifice.

Psalm 91 has been called the Soldiers’ Prayer because of the miracles that happened in World War I involving the soldiers of the 91st Brigade. They recited the 91st Psalm daily as they were engaged in three of the war’s bloodiest battles. Other units suffered up to 90% casualties, but the 91st Brigade didn’t suffer a single combat-related death.

God is willing and able to keep His word of covenant promise. Plead God’s shield daily regardless of what you do. Confidently claim His rest, refuge, safety, covering, faithfulness, and protection. God’s Word is the Weapon.

This poem was composed by Moses and dedicated to the tribe of Leviticus who spent their days in the “insulated and sacred environment of the Temple courtyard. It was completed as the construction of the Tabernacle was being finished. Moses himself was enveloped in the presence of the almighty which enabled him to live a life of protection and safety.

Psalm 91 can make you feel like you live in Him as your home of permanent residence. You can easily memorize this and repeat it to yourself out loud every morning. Print one of these out for yourself and send it to a soldier or a friend.

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Psalm 91

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