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Friday, December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas to you all!

Merry Christmas to you all!

Today we celebrate the Prince of peace entering this temporal realm in the grandest display of humility ever! The uncreated, eternal Creator enters the stage of this world in the form of His own creation, in a vulnerable body of a little baby boy, passing through the womb of a pure virgin chosen for this task, and He was wrapped in swaddling cloths and placed in a manger, a feeding trough of animals his very first day here! No baby crib for this KING! This little baby boy would grow to be the Man to eventually bring about the redemption of all those who would believe and place their trust in Him. He lived a perfect sinless life, gave all that He was to His and His Father's purpose. He preached the message of His kingdom, the message of His peace, of His grace, a message hidden throughout the ages peering through the words inspired to the prophets who foretold His coming by the unction of the Spirit of God. He healed all who came to Him, He set those who were oppressed free, He raised the dead! He then gave Himself as the purest, most spotless sacrifice, a substitute for you and me. All abandoned Him in His passion, and even in His death on the cross the Father did momentarily as well. He went to the depths of hell for you and me, He proclaimed there His message of victory and dominion, and then rose a new Man, putting on the incorruptible body that He will forever have. In His resurrection He defeated death and the one who had it's power, and gave us the hope of the very same thing, an eternal glorified body for our very own to love and serve Him with for all eternity! For 40 more days He preached and showed Himself before many witnesses chosen before to see Him, even to over 500 at one time. He then ascended in front of His disciples back to heaven to sit at the right hand of the Father, and will soon return, not as the Lamb this time, but as the LION! GLORY TO THE KING OF KINGS, forever and ever! Thank You, Lord Jesus!

"The LORD bless you and keep you; The LORD make His face shine upon you, And be gracious to you; The LORD lift up His countenance upon you, And give you peace." Numbers 6:24-26

Serve the LORD with fear, and rejoice with trembling. Kiss the Son, lest He be angry, and you perish in the way, when His wrath is kindled but a little. Blessed are all those who put their trust in Him. Psalm 2:11-12


Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Friday, December 18, 2015

A Short Reunion - In Jesus - 12-18-2015

I was walking home after a short half day at work today (I took an extra 3.5 hours to make some extra money on my day off.) and I noticed up ahead of me a man walking with a cane. He was quite bow legged and seemed to be in pain. I approached him and asked if he was in pain and explained that I pray for people and Jesus heals them and asked if I could do that for him. He said, "No, that's ok." It then dawned on me that he looked very familiar. So I asked if I had ever prayed for him before, stating that he looked very familiar. With a smile on his face, he said that I gave him a Bible before and that he still had it. Then it hit me that this was Wesley the first nations man who I met last February with whom I had prayed and who had also accepted the Lord. I told him how good it was to see him and said, "So, you are still dealing with that?" and pointed at his legs. He said "Ya, I have my surgery scheduled for March." I told him I was going to pray for him anyway. He said "ok." this time. He closed his eyes and bowed his head. I placed my hand on his chest and commanded all pain to go, I told his bones to shift, told his cartilage, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, all to be healed in Jesus' name. I said the "the kingdom of heaven has come upon you, be healed, Jesus is healer and Lord, no need for surgery in March. I loose life and peace and healing head to toe" (Honestly, not that any of those words is necessary, because it is all by faith, regardless of what you say.). I asked him how it was. He started to walk a bit and said it felt a bit better. I felt to just leave it at that (he did seem to be in a bit of a rush) and took his hand to shake it before letting him go saying "It was good to see you brother, take care." and patted him on the back as he walked away.

As I walked away I thanked the Lord for letting me see him again and thought about how the devil will sometimes try to get back on us with the very thing we were once healed from. I commanded the devil to get off him in Jesus' name as I continued on. After I got about 50 feet or so away from where we had met, I heard him yelling at me from behind. I turned around to see him and he had his cane in the air, holding it by the lower end of the cane, waving it back and forth with a big grin on his face. I waved back to him. I assumed by the gesture that he was healed again.

As I walked home, I thought about how nice it must have been for him to have run into someone who believes the Lord for healing and to have it released it into him when he was in pain and has an appointment for surgery ahead. I thought about how I would sure like to run into a Christian that believes and does that if I am ever in a real need like that. Believe with me that it does not come back and no surgery is ever needed, won't you?

Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Monday, November 02, 2015

10 out of 10 pain leaves - In Jesus - 10-28-2015

I met Lorna this day on my lunch break. She had pain of a 10 out of 10 in her back, leg and foot from damaged vertebrae and sciatic nerve pain. Jesus took the back and leg pain away. She still had pain in her foot and her eyes weren't healed by the time I left her. BUT believers lay hands on the sick and they recover! :)


Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Ministry of the Priests and Kings of Jesus Christ - In Jesus - 10-22-2015

The walk home from work today: A woman with 8/10 pain in her feet and some pain in her hips from Arthritis allowed me to lay hands on her and command the pain and arthritis to go from her in Jesus' name. After one quick 5 second prayer while having my hand on her shoulder the pain was gone. She was a believer. I got to share with her how she could do the very same thing for others and even for herself. I discussed how all believers have a ministry (2 Cor. 5:19) and that we were all made to into priests and kings (Rev. 1:6) and given authority just like the disciples had (Luke 10:19) and we have the Holy Spirit in us to affect change in the Kingdom through us, it is God in us doing the works (1 Cor. 6:15-20, Gal. 2:20, Gal. 3:5).

Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Arthritis Pain Goes and Some Teaching - In Jesus - 10-21-2015

Just a quick testimony from today and some insight on how you can see the same:

I LAID hands on a woman named Leslie on my walk home from work today. I saw her walk toward a bench just to the right of me and decided to approach her to see if she had any pain or sickness that maybe I could deliver her from, and possibly share the gospel with her. After LAYING hands on her knee three times and the last two times commanding the pain to go in Jesus' name, the pain of 6/10 was completely gone. She was able to bend without any pain. She said it was Arthritis. Jesus took it away. Actually, the truth, He took it in the "ATONEMENT" about 2000 years ago, as prophesied by Isaiah the prophet some 750 years before Jesus Christ even came in the flesh, and was beaten and whipped at the whipping post for our pain and sicknesses and then crucified on the cross for our sins:

Surely He has borne our sicknesses, and He carried our pain, Isaiah 53:4a Green's Literal Translation (LITV)

[borne: (Hebrew: Nasa'; definition: to lift, bear up, carry, take)
[sicknesses: (Hebrew: Choliy; definition: sickness)
[carried: (Hebrew: Cabal; definition:to bear, bear a load, drag oneself along)
[pain: (Hebrew: Mak'ob; definition: pain (physical), sorrow (mental pain))

See Matthew shared in his gospel that the prophecy by Isaiah was being fulfilled by Jesus in chapter 8 of his book:

Now, evening having come, they brought to Him many who were possessed with demons. And He ejected the spirits by a word. And all those who were ill He healed, in order that there might be fulfilled that which was spoken through Isaiah the prophet saying, He himself took away our infirmities and carried off our diseases. Matthew 8:16-17 Wuest's Expanded Translation of the NT (WET)

So really, all I did, was place my faith in God, that He was able to do through me, what He did through Jesus 2000 years ago because He lives in me by His Spirit and does the works through me (and you, should you believe also), and then placed my hand where her pain was so His power could go into her, and then I rebuked the pain, telling it to leave in the highest name of all, the name with all authority, the name by which everything that is named must bow, Jesus Christ, and God did it, and the pain listened and left. Thank You Jesus! BLESS GOD! :D Amen?

He is despised and abandoned of men, a Man of pains, and acquainted with sickness. And as it were hiding our faces from Him, He being despised, and we did not value Him. Surely He has borne our sicknesses, and He carried our pain; yet we esteemed Him plagued, smitten by God, and afflicted. But He was wounded for our transgressions; He was bruised for our iniquities; the chastisement of our peace was upon Him; and with His wounds we ourselves are healed. Isaiah 53:3-5 LITV

who himself carried up to the Cross our sins in His body and offered himself there as on an altar, doing this in order that we, having died with respect to our sins, might live with respect to righteousness, by means of whose bleeding stripe you were healed 1 Peter 2:24 (WET)


Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Healing hand on ankle brings heat, healing - In Jesus - 10-11-2015

I went for a walk in the park today. I was filming some cute little dear deer (fawns) that were about 20 and 25 feet away from me. Some dude named Hugh rolled up beside me on his bike to watch too. He mentioned about seeing one little fawn killed just down the street from there a little while ago. So I asked him about pain or sickness in his body. He said "No, I'm a healthy man", but I persisted. "You don't have any re-occurring injury of some kind?" Then he mentioned about the pain in his left ankle, the side I was standing on. I asked "Can I show you something?" and he said "Sure." I bent over and told him "K, I'm just going to put my hand on it." then placed my hand over his ankle, paused for a couple seconds, then took my hand away and asked him how it was. He said "Huh, it's a bit better." I verified with him that he still felt some pain and he pointed out exactly where it was. I bent over and placed my hand on it again and in a couple seconds he said "You can really feel the warmth." I asked "How about now?" He said "It does feel a bit better, it does really." and laughed about it a bit. I asked him if he knew why that is. He asked why. I had one of my Saint Movement Life Team shirts on that has the hand on the front so I just pointed to the hand and said you see that hole? (I think the hole in the hand signifies the hole in Christ's hands). He said, "oh, the healing hand?" haha. I said ya, Jesus. He mentioned it was still a bit tender but definitely better than it was a minute ago. We talked for 15 more minutes about demons, God, salvation, obedience, and then I got to pray for his ankle one last time and he said there was no pain whatsoever now. He believed in the Lord but I knew he lacked a real daily walk with the Lord. I encouraged him that the Lord wants all of his heart. He had to go at that point. I thanked him for the talk and allowing me to pray for him. I filmed it all but wasn't pointing the camera anywhere interesting. Maybe I'll upload it anyway later. Glory to Jesus. Draw him to a fiery hot passionate love relationship with You, Lord! haha

Thursday, August 20, 2015

BBQ, Heat and Healing - In Jesus - 08-20-2015

Today we had a beautiful day for our company BBQ for the first part of our evening shift to attend to. We all were given 1 hour of paid time to attend, plus our half hour lunches. I thought that was pretty great. I had two burgers and some potato salad and some BBQ potato chips. Yum yum.

I sat with a few people and talked with them about various things. Nearing the end of the BBQ I spoke up about how I pray for people and Jesus heals them to a few of the people I was sitting with. One disappeared fairly quickly, as I shared a video testimony with another who I thought would be interested. It was the video testimony I have shared here on the blog where Mr. Beach was healed of 10/10 pain in his ACL/knee and then said he would like to follow Jesus. She listened to part of it up to where he talked about his knee pain and then mentioned how her knee was giving her problems too. After stumbling on my words a bit, haha, I eventually got out, "Well not after today it isn't going to." I quickly took the opportunity and obtained her permission, then laid my hand on her knee and commanded it to be healed in Jesus' name. She said she would only know if it was healed if she walked on it or went up stairs or something. I asked her to try it out anyway, maybe bend it a bit or something. She got up from our picnic table and tried to find the pain. She couldn't find it. She sat back down and I discussed a bit of the gospel with her and another co-worker who witnessed it and stuck around to hear the rest. It came time to go back to work and she mentioned after getting up about how she felt heat in her knee at one point, and get this, it wasn't when I prayed for it, it was after. After she had sat back down after testing it out and not finding pain, she said she initially felt a little tinge of pain just while sitting there, then all of the sudden heat came on it and the pain left completely. We walked back to work together and she walked up the stairs. She said no pain was felt in the knee Jesus just healed. She mentioned that her other knee actually had some pain in it too. So I commanded that one to be healed also. She mentioned to the other co-worker who stuck around and walked back with us, how for three months she was literally unable to walk up those stairs due to the pain. Glory to God!

When we got back into the office she shared what happened with another co-worker who I had previously offered to pray for in the past. This was quite a while ago though. After she heard what happened, she wanted me to pray for her this time. She came to my desk and I put my hand on her back and spoke to the pain and stress in her upper back and left arm and told it to go in Jesus' name. She said it was better so I did it one more time and she reported it even better yet. Haha. God is so good! He's even good in the workplace.

Don't be afraid. Step out of your comfort zone and let the Comforter do His job and manifest God's goodness to your co-workers. You may not get immediate results, as far as salvations, just like anywhere, but one thing is for sure, you will always be planting seeds. God bless you all and be encouraged!

Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Friday, August 14, 2015

Just a quick raw testimony of healing - In Jesus - 08-14-2015 [Video]

I just decided to make a quick testimony video on my lunch rather than type it out this time. Hope you are blessed and encouraged to go out and do the same. He's not only in you for you, but He's in you for them.


Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Friday, July 17, 2015

WOK, growing a leg, healing pains, and discipleship - In Jesus - 07-17-2015

This morning on my way to work I asked the Lord Jesus to glorify Himself in me and through me.

On my lunch walk today (I walk for all my lunches and breaks at work) I prayed for a beautiful young black girl who I thought I had a word of knowledge (WOK) for, for back pain and a shorter leg. Turns out her leg was shorter but she had no back pain. However she said her boyfriend did. It was her right leg that was shorter and it grew out about 1/3 of an inch to meet the left within about 3 seconds as I spoke to it, saying "In Jesus' name right leg grow out." She had those rubber slip-on shoes (Crocs) on initially but she took them off before I held her feet up off the ground in front of her to check her leg lengths. I simply knelt down in front of her as she was sitting on a bench and held her heals up, and together, so I could check and then show her, so she could watch it all happen. She thought that was pretty crazy, but she knew He (Holy Spirit) gives us power as she said "He gives us power." (Acts 1:8) when I asked her "Isn't that crazy?" I also prayed for her boyfriend and believe the Lord has removed his back pain as well. I encouraged her that she could do the same for others. I explained to her not to ask God to do it, but to command it to happen in His name, because Jesus already bore our sicknesses and carried our pains (Isaiah 53:4, Matthew 8:17) and commanded the disciples to do it, telling them to "heal the sick" and to speak to the problem (Matthew 10:8, Mark 11:22-24), rather than asking the Father to do it for them. I also said that we as His followers were given authority, just as the disciples were (Luke 10:19). She seemed very encouraged. I won't lie, it was kind of nice to minister to a beautiful girl too,. She had gorgeous eyes! :)

At afternoon break I was walking toward the bridge and saw an elderly white woman with a walker waling up ahead of me. As I saw her I felt a tinge and a pain in my right hip tendon and thought that was a word of knowledge for her. I rushed to catch up to her, as I turn back to work at a certain point on that bridge. I met her right where I usually turn back. Before I reached her though I yelled out "Excuse me, do you have pain in your right hip?" She stopped and turned and nodded her head yes. I told her that God just told me that. She either didn't hear me or didn't expect me to say that so she asked me what I said. I repeated. She let me pray and the pain went down to almost nothing the first time. I commanded the pain to leave in Jesus' name two more times and the last time was just a light tap to her hip with a quick "Pain GO!" She was already walking away and said "It is MUCH better!" She was a born again believer too and thanked me.

On my walk home I saw a Filipino man walking out of a building I walk past and noticed he had a tensor bandage around his right forearm. I approached him and asked about pain in his arm. He said he had tennis elbow. He let me pray and after a few commands in Jesus' name to be healed and telling the pain to go, he said the pain was all gone. He took the tensor bandage off and held my backpack and flexed his wrist up and down to test it out. I asked him if anything like that had ever happened to him. He said no, that was the first time ever. I asked him about faith in Jesus and he said he was born catholic and that they respect Jesus. I shared with him about a relationship with God, being born again, being baptised by submersion in water for the remission of sins, and about the baptism of the Holy Spirit. He mentioned about how they pray for the Holy Spirit to come upon them when they pray. I told him about how Jesus said He will send the Comforter, the Holy Spirit, and He will be with us forever (John 14:16) and that Jesus said He will never leave us nor forsake us (Hebrews 13:5), and that He comes to live in us (Galatians 2:20) who believe and follow Him. He was encouraged and thanked me too.

Jesus is my LORD! And He lives inside me! And He answers prayers!

I find that I minister to the saints a lot when I am out and about. It just seems to be the way the LORD uses me (Hebrews 6:10) more so than to the lost.

Thank You LORD!!!

Is He your LORD too?

John 14:12-15, Mark 16:15-18, Matthew 10:7-8

Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Wrist pain - In Jesus - 06-25-2015

On one of my breaks tonight I saw two young men sitting and talking at the skate park. One had a wrist brace on his left, the other had a tensor bandage on his right wrist. I walked up to them and just pointed at their wrists and explained how I noticed they had those things on their wrists and asked them if they had pain. You will be amazed at how freely people will talk about their wounds with total strangers and not even question it. Very few are so guarded.

The one with the tensor bandage said yes, the other said no, but just when he falls on it, and explained how he had pins and a plate in it and was restricted in movement. I then told them that I pray for people and Jesus heals them and was looking at the one with the tensor bandage as I felt he would probably be more responsive. Just then another skater rolled up and said, "Hey, you did that last year to me." I sort of recognized him as the young man, Alex, that I had made a video of here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4uvFVhJiqQ.


He definitely looked older though, so I qualified my thinking by pointing at the exact spot we met and asked if that was them smoking pot over there that one time. He said ya, that was me. He mentioned that he hurt his wrist though, not his knee. Maybe too much pot, haha. The funny thing is, before this young man, Alex, said this, the guy I thought would be more responsive didn't really look that way after hearing about me praying for people, but then after Alex mentioned the time I prayed for him, he was totally open to the idea. This very same thing happened in the video with Alex. He initially didn't want me to, but once his friend encouraged him to because something similar happened to him, he was ok with it.

The other guy I could tell wanted nothing to do with it, but he continued to sit there and listen. Julian was the name of the young man with the tensor bandage. I found out from Julian that the pain was a 2 or 3 out of 10 just sitting there. He let me pray, so I put one of my hands under his then the other over and commanded his wrist to be healed and the pain to go in Jesus' name. I could see the other young man smiling away thinking it was all funny. Julian said the pain had reduced some so I prayed again, and it came down yet again. He said he could still feel a little bit though. I pointed at the specific spot one more time but it wouldn't go completely. I asked Julian what he thought about it and he wasn't sure. I then shared the gospel with Julian. He listened mostly but was a little distracted by Alex. He did hear most of it though and afterwards seemed genuinely thankful for the prayer and the things to think about. I asked the other young man if I could pray for him and told him about how I know Jesus can even take away the metal in his wrist and restore full mobility but he said no, he was good. If I had more time I would have offered to pray for Alex again too but I thought I should return to work.

Jesus is Lord!!!

I'm going to start sharing more testimonies. I stopped for a long time. I know they encourage me to see what God does through others, so I shouldn't hold back what God might do through others by sharing what He does through me.

And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and to good works Hebrews 10:24

Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Knee Healing and Salvation - In Jesus - 05-27-2015 [Video]

This story begins shortly after 9:30 PM as I was out walking on my last break from work for the evening. I had just finished walking past the Gandhi statue just outside of the new Canadian Human Rights Museum and following along the path they call the Broadway Prominade. I heard a man behind me groan in pain. I turned to see a man close to the same age as me walking toward me. I allowed him to catch up to me and then I continued with him asking him if he was in pain. He said "Yes.", and groaned again. I asked him if I could pray for healing for him and what he was dealing with. He said yes, and that it was his knee, his ACL and groaned again in agony. At this point we had arrived at the Peace Meeting site. I found that his pain was a 10 out of 10. We stopped there and I placed my hand on his knee and commanded it to be healed in Jesus' name and then a couple seconds later, he said "No way! No way! I don't even believe this. I don't believe in that." I told him that it was Jesus who healed him and that He was really real and He wants him to believe in and follow Him. We talked some more then I asked him if he could testify for others to see what Jesus did. He agreed. This is where the video comes in.



As you can tell, he was drunk too. He got some of the details mixed up so I tried to help him along. He also didn't sit down to test it out, but that makes no difference. We all remember things differently, especially when drunk, haha. And I can tell he tried to add a little showmanship by saying "Praise Jesus" and "Praise the Lord" a lot. He wasn't talking that way before or after the camera was on.

Broadway Promenade at The Forks, Winnipeg with the Esplanade Riel in the background

We talked a bit more after this and he started to become really broken up. He was almost in tears. I asked him if he would like to truly give his life to Jesus and to forsake his sins and to follow Jesus whole heartedly. He agreed. So we prayed. He let me pray over him after that and I bound any spirits of addiction and then asked Jesus to baptise him with the Holy Spirit. He sighed with relief and said that he really needed that. He said that he felt so good inside. He shared with me about how he was seriously contemplating suicide. He was thinking of jumping off a near by bridge. He said he won't be thinking that way any longer. He wouldn't stop hugging me. haha. Bless God!

Oh ya, he also told me that he was the brother of Adam Beach, the famous Anishinaabe actor who stars in the Windtalkers with Nicolas Cage. I honestly forget this man's first name. I think it was unique, which is why I forget it. He has my number though. So hopefully he calls and wants some discipleship.

Thank You Jesus for your goodness and grace. Make it a reality and a complete turn around in Mr. Beach's life. Amen!

Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!


Music credit for the video:
Music: “I Know His Blood” by Vienna Ditto from the Free Music Archive
License: CC by 4.0

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Pain Goes and Starts to Go From Two Elderly Folks - In Jesus - 03-19-2015

I was walking at lunch out of my work building and noticed a elderly woman who had a cane up ahead. I approached her and asked if she was in pain. She said she was in her feet as she just had surgery. I told her that I pray for people and Jesus heals them. She said "Oh I know!" So I asked if I could pray for her. She said she must go now as she had to catch a bus. I assured her it would only be a few seconds and had to convince her a couple times. She gave in and said "Ok." I placed my hand on her shoulder and commanded her feet to be pain free and healed in Jesus' name. She said thank you and started to walk away from me. I yelled out to her, "Do you feel different? Is it better?" She said "Yes, thank you." And kept going without looking back. haha!

A little further on my walk I saw an elderly gentleman walking toward a commemorative plaque next to a Gandhi statue. He was walking in a way that made me think he had pain. I approached him while he was reading the plaque and said "They say he was a man of peace." And he replied, "Supposedly." I said, "Are you in pain?" He responded, "Yes, how did you know?" I explained "I saw you walking and thought you walked as if you had pain. I am a man of peace too, and I have the Prince of peace, Jesus, living inside me. I pray for people and He heals them." asking if he would like to be healed of the pain. He said "Well, I don't know if it will do you any good, but it won't hurt, so go ahead." I found out he had pain in his knee (recent surgery) and shoulder at a level of about a 3 or 4 out of 10. I put my hand on him and commanded healing in Jesus' name. He reported it being better but still a little sore and he would only know about the knee if he walked for a while. I prayed one more time for the shoulder and then he said it was still a bit sore but noticeably better. I shared the gospel with him and explained why he noticed it getting better, in that it was a sign so that he might repent and believe. He said that if He (Jesus) heals him he may become more faithful. I trust he's pain free now as believers lay hands on the sick and they recover.

And He said to them, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature. He who believes and is baptized will be saved; but he who does not believe will be condemned. And these signs will follow those who believe: In My name they will cast out demons; they will speak with new tongues; they will take up serpents; and if they drink anything deadly, it will by no means hurt them; they will lay hands on the sick, and they will recover." Mark 16:15-18

Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

8 Out of 10 Pain Healed. Response: "I Don't Believe That." - In Jesus - 03-18-2015

At lunch today I was walking and reading the e-book 'The Knowledge of the Holy' by A.W. Tozer (If you haven't read it, you MUST get it! It is also free to read online here.) and I looked up, and ahead of me in front of the Cathedral that I always walk by, I saw a man sitting in what I thought was a wheel chair. I proceeded toward him while I continued to read my book.

Once I got closer to him he started to talk to me in French, "Bonjour Monsieur. Comment allez-vous aujourd'hui?". I responded in kind "Bonjour." But that is virtually all I know so I tried to say that I can only speak English but ended up saying "No hable Englais." haha! He spoke English too, so we continued in that language. By this time I could see that this man was actually sitting in a child stroller. He was a North American Indian man and I could noticeably tell that he was inebriated on something and he smelt of Listerine.

He had a neck brace around his neck so I proceeded to ask him why he had that, asking if he had hurt himself. He said that it was a hit and run. I asked him about the level of pain he was in 10 being worst ever and 0 being nothing. He said it was an 8 out of 10 just sitting there. I explained that the reason I asked was because I pray for people and Jesus heals them and asked if he would like to receive healing for that. In his drunken happy state he gladly obliged and reached for my hands. I found that his name was Samuel. He jokingly said, "Samuel, king of the bible." I laughed and he said, "You should know that." haha! I told him my name and proceeded to command healing into him saying "In the name of Jesus Christ, I command all pain go, tendons, ligaments, bones, nerves, all be healed right now."

At the same time his friend came out of the Cathedral and was putting something back into a back pack they had on the ground next to Samuel. I then asked Samuel how he was doing, how the pain was. He let go of my hands, moved around his neck and back while still sitting in the child stroller and said "It's... it's... you know what? Never mind." I said "What? The pain is gone, isn't it?" He said "Yes."

I asked him if he knew why that happened and he asked why. I proceeded to tell him that Jesus healed him because when He died on the cross for sins, He also took on Himself sickness, diseases and pains, and that He did that so that he might believe. That if he would repent from his sins and turn to God, he would be forgiven and not have to answer for his sins in the judgment. Explaining that when we die, we will all face God and answer for the things done in the body on the earth, whether good or bad. And that if we accept Him as Lord and follow Him, we would be restored to Him and wouldn't have to answer for our sins.

He cut me off and said "You know what? I don't believe that." I said "Well, what do you mean? The pain in you is gone. Where did it go? He did that to show you He is real." His friend spoke up and said "I believe." And then Samuel said "I don't believe because who has ever seen Him?" I said that I have seen Him. And explained to him that I had seen a vision of Jesus. He said "Not him. God." I said "Yes, God. He is God. He's the second person of God. God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit." His friend was nodding and said again how he believed. At that, Samuel got up and said "You listen to him." and proceeded to walk away from us into the Cathedral asking his friend if he said it was open.

I continued to talk with his friend for a bit asking him about his spiritual state. His friend believed he was saved and that he had been born again. I told him he was my brother then, and went to shake his hand and give him a hug. He smelt of Listerine too, so I asked him if he drinks too. He did. I explained that God wants to set him free from that also. That He doesn't want him drinking that stuff. I offered to pray for him to set him free but he said not while he was drinking. He clearly wasn't ready to repent. I encouraged him to do so and then said goodbye as I needed to get back to work.

It amazes me that someone can get healed and in the next breath say that they do not believe in the gospel message that is given to them. I guess they just love darkness rather than light. That has happened to me before. May they repent and be saved, Lord.

He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For everyone practicing evil hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his deeds should be exposed. But he who does the truth comes to the light, that his deeds may be clearly seen, that they have been done in God." John 3:18-21

If I had not done among them the works which no one else did, they would have no sin; but now they have seen and also hated both Me and My Father. John 15:24

Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Tuesday, February 03, 2015

Healing, and Salvation - In Jesus - 02-03-2015

On my walk home today I met a first nations man named Wesley. He was walking toward me and had bowed legs. I thought he might have pain in them so I asked him about it as I got up to him. He confirmed he did, and the pain was mostly in the right knee. I explained that Jesus will heal him if he lets me pray for him and he agreed to let me. He said it was an 8/10 pain level with 10 being worst ever. I prayed one time really quick commanding the knee to be healed and pain to go in Jesus' name and he said it was now a 4/10. He let me pray again and he smiled and said "It feels pretty good."

I explained that Jesus was really real, and that He really did die on a cross and really did raise from the grave. He said that he knew that, but that he hasn't been to a church in about 8 years. He stopped going after his wife died and then became a recluse and self chosen exile. I told him that Jesus loves him and wants to give him life, hope, peace, joy and that He was waiting for him to come to Him. I also said that God didn't want him to go to hell for his sins because anyone who is not in Christ will have to answer for their sins in the judgment. I explained that if you have Jesus as your Lord and Savior and you are following Him then He gives you His righteousness and you won't face God for your sins. I asked him if he wanted to ask Jesus to forgive him and come into his life and be His Lord and lead him. He agreed. Right there on the sidewalk in front of the Manitoba Legislature, Wesley repented of his sins and asked Jesus to be his Lord. He let me pray over him and ask Jesus to baptise him in the Holy Spirit and fire as well.

A young woman stopped by at this point as I was praying for him. She waited a bit then once I finished praying she asked if we were doing ok because I guess she thought he was injured or something. Wesley was standing there with his eyes closed and swaying a bit while I prayed for him. haha! I explained that I was just praying for him, and that Jesus had just healed his knees. She looked at me strangely and said ok then continued on her way.

I gave Wesley my bible since I hardly ever use the printed one any longer and I don't currently have any give-away bibles, and told him to start reading in John and then put the strap marker thingy there for him. I asked him how he felt. He said he felt free, and really good. I asked him about his knees one more time before leaving him and he said he still felt a little bit of pain. I commanded that to go and he was all smiles saying, "It really feels pretty good!" I gave him an hug and he smiled again and said, "Ok, I'll see you again sometime." I prayed for him after we departed that he would becomes a healing evangelist. Thank You Lord Jesus for saving and restoring Wesley today!

Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Saturday, January 31, 2015

John G. Lake’s Secrets of Spiritual Power

John G. Lake’s Secrets of Spiritual Power

1) Spiritual Hunger: (Intense desire)
A desire for the fulfillment of spiritual results – not a desire for more of God. Matthew 5:6 – Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. I exercise a position of the dominion and authority of Jesus, and seek to establish that through the power of the Holy Ghost in my life and the life of others. We do not ask God to come and heal, but we demand in the name of Jesus for the devil and his works to depart.

How to develop spiritual hunger / appetite:
The same way you develop physical hunger. Increase energy output which will require greater energy input.
You must force yourself to do the things you normally do not do. Eat when you don’t want to. Eat more often than you are used to. This will stretch your stomach, forcing you to eat more next time just to feel full.
Example: Pray more often, study the Bible more often. Witness more often. Begin to practice what you learn in church.

2) Feeding on the Word of God:
a) Read – take a portion of Scripture and get the overall story.
b) Study – take a verse apart word by word – get definitions.
c) Meditate – think about and say over and over to yourself what you have discovered in this verse. (receive it, believe it, and act on it)

3) Communion with God:
a) Talking Prayer
b) Listening Prayer
c) Practice the presence of the Spirit of God. (A classic: Practice of the Presence of God: The Best Rule of Holy Life by Brother Lawrence)

4) Fellowship with Like-minded Christians:
a) Get around people that believe like you do.
b) If there are none in your area, win some. Then disciple them into this truth.
c) If the people in your Church are dead and resistant to this truth, leave that place and find a place that accepts it. If there is no place like that near you, start one. You are a missionary.

5) Public Confession of Who You Are In Christ and Who He Is In You.
a) Jesus is Lord: of me, family, city, nation, finances, health, etc.
b) The Great Commission: Matt. 28 & Mark 16
c) The Golden Rule: Matthew 7:12
d) The Abiding Anointing: 1 John 2:27
e) Power over the enemy: Luke 10:19
f) The Works of Jesus and Greater: John 14:12
g) I am God’s son, man’s servant and the devils master.

6) Praying In Tongues:
a) Loud: it brings up the fight in you.
b) Long: time yourself and get longer each time, build spiritual stamina.
c) Intensity – fight as if your life depends upon it. (It does, and if not your life, someone else’s.)

7) Action:
James 1:22 – But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves. KJV


Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

John G. Lake’s Secrets of Divine Healing [with Curry Blake at JGLM.org teaching video]

John G. Lake’s Secrets of Divine Healing

  1. Destroy sacred cows* concerning sickness and power.
  2. Recognize sickness and disease as an enemy.
  3. Get Fed Up.
  4. Treat all sickness the same.
  5. Treat all sickness like a person.
  6. Command not beg.
  7. Speak to the problem – not to others about the problem.
  8. See people as oppressed prisoners of war.
  9. Get clean – stay clean.
  10. Stay out of pride – anyone could do what you are doing.
  11. Be aggressive – develop your aggressiveness.
  12. Be led by God’s character and nature.
  13. Accept responsibility for your fellow man.
  14. Decide to obey the Bible, not some arbitrary feeling.
  15. Know that God is with you, in you, and for you.

*Sacred Cow Definition: A Sacred Cow is a belief or tradition that is held regardless of the Truth, and one that keeps people in bondage and even allows sickness or death to be accepted, rather than change.


Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

Thursday, January 15, 2015

"How Come?" - In Jesus - 01-15-2015 [back dated post]

This afternoon I met Gavin, a young foreign asian man. He was carefully and slowly walking down the stairs while holding onto the rails. I walked slowly beside him to find out what had happened. He had sprained his ankle playing basketball. He let me pray for him to be healed. I don't think he really knew exactly what I meant but he was willing. Jesus healed him in a few seconds and his reaction was priceless. At first after checking for the pain he just breathed in one deep breath with his mouth hanging open then said "How come?" As I explained the Who and why that happened and how Jesus paid the price for our sins and sickness and if we believe and follow Him we will be saved, he was almost in tears.

This evening while at the supermarket I met Barb who had pain in her knees. She said it was probably a 10/10 in her left knee and less in the right. Jesus healed her right leg in a few seconds and the left was greatly reduced to almost nothing. She said "What did you do!?!" with great surprise. haha! I said "It wasn't me, it was Jesus." After sharing with her about a real relationship with Jesus and about how when our minds are renewed we can do the same things He did as He lives through us, as she was in the Catholic religion, she let me pray again for diabetes and eye problems, and the remainder of the pain in the left knee. The pain in the knee was now gone and I expect the others will clear right up. I love You, Lord! Thank You!!!

Oh, that men would give thanks to the LORD for His goodness, And for His wonderful works to the children of men!

Oh yaaaa, the funniest part I almost forgot. Almost at the very end of the last time praying for Barb at the supermarket, there was a man on the speaker system that said "Thank You Lord." HAHAHA! I wasn't sure I heard right but after I finished praying I asked Barb if she heard that and she did. She said she thought it was me for a moment. We had a good laugh. I guess someone was watching, haha.

Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!