WW II Captain Prompted to Move Men and Saves Their Lives

When Captain Robert Davey of Salt Lake City was commanding a battalion of Filipinos during World War II and he had just had them dig in for the night, he heard a voice telling him to move his men. He knew then that the place they had chosen was in for trouble. He immediately directed them to move to another location.

The following day, they became aware that the enemy must have been watching as they began to dig in at the earlier location because it was bombed out completely. In the foxhole where Captain Davey would have been, there was a huge piece of shrapnel. The spot where the transport vehicle had stood received a direct hit.

He knew that the voiced instructions which had saved their lives was in answer to his constant prayers for help and guidance. He gratefully thanked the Lord.

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