Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Divine Healing Technician in Russian - ШКОЛЫ ИСЦЕЛЕНИЯ

Divine Healing Technician in Russian 2008 - ШКОЛЫ ИСЦЕЛЕНИЯ 2008

DHT in Russian 2011 - ШКОЛЫ ИСЦЕЛЕНИЯ 2011

New Man in Russian 2011 - НОВЫЙ ЧЕЛОВЕК 2011

Brother Curry Blake, General Overseer of John G. Lake Ministries (
Брат Карри Блейк, генеральный надзиратель Джон Г. Лейк министерств (

Grace, peace, and LOVE in Jesus Christ! - Благодать, мир и любовь во Христе Иисусе!

In Jesus - Past few days - Word of knowledge, couple healings, gospel shared

Last week Friday while I was at work, I was in the middle of doing my work and I looked up at one of my co-workers who had walked past my line of sight. As he walked by, I saw a vision of him in my minds eye (as I have heard it called that before). I have never had this sort of vision before. I could best describe it as in my imagination but with my eyes open. Hard to explain and even hard to remember what it was like now just thinking about it. In the vision I saw him with his hands up in the air praising God in a church that I had attended once in 2008, in Coquitlam, British Columbia. Looking it up now on Google as I type this out, it was the Westwood Community Church. I wasn't positive that the vision was from the Lord though as I've never really experienced that type of vision before. So I just asked Holy Spirit about it and trusted that if it was from Him, I would soon have the opportunity to share it with my co-worker. I had yet to have the opportunity to talk one on one with this man. Well, today I walked past him in a hallway and just blurted out "Hey, do you know anyone in Coquitlam, BC?" He confirmed that he did. I explained why I asked him that and he said that he was a Christian as well. I explained that I did not get any impression as to why I saw the vision or what it meant, but suggested to him that maybe he would be visiting there soon or maybe moving to live there. He couldn't see how that was possible but said he would meditate about it and try to contact his friend whom he knew that lived there but hadn't spoken with for quite some time. I look forward to hearing what goes on for him. I just love that! I have been asking the Lord to be used with words of knowledge, words of wisdom and prophecy (the revelatory gifts) for a while now. I am so thankful to finally start experiencing that. More Lord!

Also last week at work, I got to pray for one of my other co-workers. She was ill with the flu and felt very nauseated. After a quick short prayer, she soon felt better and as a result I later got to share my testimony with her and who Jesus was. I just love being used by Him!

Oh yes... Last night I decided to order Pizza. The delivery driver came and while he was getting out the debit machine from his pocket I asked him if he had any pain or sickness in his body. He said no initially but after I explained why I asked, that I pray for people and Jesus heals them, he told me he had a problem with his right shoulder and was going to get an MRI done on it either this week or next week. I put through my pin number on the debit machine and then handed it to him. I asked if I could pray but he seemed a little leery and didn't outright say it was ok, so I just took the opportunity and did it anyway. While he was waiting for the machine to process the fees for the pizza, I placed my hands over his right shoulder and commanded it to be healed. I asked him to test it out and he found some improvement. I prayed again. This time getting his name and thanking the Lord for him and thanking Jesus for what He had already done and begun to do in his shoulder, then commanded healing again. He tested it again. Still some pain there. I prayed one more time and this time while testing it he had a big grin on his face and said "Oh ya, much better!" haha. You rock, JESUS!!! I got to share the gospel with him briefly and warned him of the coming judgment and that the only way to be saved was through Jesus Christ, God's only begotten Son and how God sent His Son to bring restoration with the Father. That if we believe He came, died on a cross and raised from the grave and confess Him Lord with our mouths, we shall be saved. He shook his head in understanding and said that he thought he believed all that. He left shaking my hand, thanking me for the praying, and saying that it was nice to meet me.

Jesus wants to use you too. Just make yourself available, believe Him and step out. There is such JOY in being used by Him! Watch and listen to the videos or mp3's on my "Kingdom 101" tab too if you feel you need some training or activation. If anyone knows me, or would like to get to know me in my area, and would like to get together sometime to go out and pray for people in malls or hospitals or wherever, just hit me up on Facebook, or the contact tab up top and we'll set something up. Let's spread the kingdom and bring the lost to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.

Grace, peace and love!

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

In Jesus - 01-23-2013 - Torn ACL pain gone and an angry man

Today I went to Walmart and met a woman in one of the isles, sitting in one of their motorized chair/cart thingies. I approached her and quickly found out that she had pain in her left knee from a torn ACL. I had my arms full of items as I so often do. I often end up not grabbing a basket or cart when I first enter a store thinking I'm only there to pick up one or two items and then see other things I need and they piles up in my arms. I'm sure you've seen those people. Ya, I'm one of them, haha. So she let me pray for her while simply putting my pointer finger on her knee and then commanding the pain to leave and her torn ACL to be mended and made whole in the name of Jesus Christ. After three times of quickly speaking to the knee to be healed, she was reporting that the pain was gone. I got to share a few other things to encourage her and she was visibly touched, just about in tears as we parted ways.

I just love seeing Jesus touch a person's body to heal them! It's so exciting! There is such JOY in being used by Him to bring freedom to those oppressed of the devil. It is our portion, brothers and sisters. We have been anointed by God with the Holy Spirit and power to do the very same things that Jesus did when He walked the earth. It is Him in us that makes it all possible. We just have to believe and step out and do it. He is faithful! God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with power, who went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil, for God was with Him. Acts 10:38

I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me. Galatians 2:20

Just before meeting the woman above, I was at Superstore and got to meet an older man slowly walking out of the store in the parking lot who I thought was walking with some pain. After approaching him and explaining why I had, he said he was not sick or in pain. I asked him if he knew Jesus. He said that he didn't believe in God, but also doesn't hold anyone's beliefs against them. I assured him there was a God, or people wouldn't be getting healed when I prayed for them. He became agitated and angry with me and explained that he thought there was no God because if there was then women wouldn't be getting raped and children wouldn't be starving and dying young. I remembered reading a story on Facebook a few days ago about a barber declaring the very same things, so I simply told him the story. After telling him the story, I am not positive why, but he ended making a comment, saying 'people are supposedly dying from cigarettes, right?' and then explained that his grandfather, who had lived a very hard life, all the while smoking cigarettes, ended up living until he was 108 years old. I asked him if his grandfather knew God and he turned around, walked away, angrily declaring that there was no God. I think it was actually God that caused him to make that comment because it really didn't relate to our conversation, and I am wondering if it was a word of knowledge about his grandfather knowing God. haha. In any event, I pray the Lord softens his heart!

I figure I will post the story I shared with the man. Maybe it will give you something to share in a similar situation you may encounter.

A man went to a barber shop to have his hair cut as usual. He started to have a good conversation with the barber who was cutting his hair. They talked about many things and various subjects. Suddenly, they touched on the subject of God.

The barber said, "Look man, I don't believe that God exists!"

"Why do you say that?" asked the man.

"Well, it's so easy, you just have to go out in the street to realize that God does not exist. Tell me, if God existed, would there be so many sick people? Would there be abandoned children? If God existed, there would be no suffering nor pain? I can't think of loving a God who permits all of these things."

The man thought for the moment, but he didn't want to respond so as to cause an argument. The barber finished his job and the man went out of the shop. Just after he left the barber shop he saw a man in the street with long hair and a scruffy looking beard. It seemed that it had been a long time since he had his hair cut or beard shaven.

Then the man who had his hair cut turned back to enter the barber shop, walked up to the barber and said: "You know what? Barbers do not exist!"

"How can you say they don't exist?" asked the barber. "I am here and I am a barber."

"No!" the man exclaimed. He pointed out the window to the man he saw, saying "You don't exist because if you did there would be no people with long hair and a beard like that."

"But, I do exist, and that is what happens when people do not come to me."

"Exactly!" affirmed the man. "That's the point. God does exist, and what you said about all the suffering is what happens when so many people don't go to Him and do not look for Him? That's why there's so much pain and suffering in the world."

Grace, peace and love!

Saturday, January 19, 2013

In Jesus - 01-18-2013 - He will make the crooked things straight

During my lunch break this evening at work I went for a walk as I always do. I was leaving the building and I noticed a man walking toward me with his right shoulder noticeably lower than his left and I could tell he was in pain as he walked with a sort of swagger and a slight grimace on his face. I had my headphones on and was kind of focused with my own intent on going for a walk. I was about to continue on and walk right past him, but I did not. I turned to face him just as I had passed him, popped out my headphones, and said "hello!", explaining that I pray for people and God heals them, and that I had noticed he was in pain and had a bit of a crooked walk, then asked if I could pray for him. However, I quickly found out that the man did not speak much English. He tried to explain that he didn't understand me. I tried to see if he had heard of the words, Jesus, God, healing, pain, prayer and he simply nodded no with a bit of a confused look on his face. I asked him "What language?" He responded "Ukrainian... Russian." I tried to think of how to say Jesus in Russian but I don't know how! haha! I tried to make gestures with my hands pointing to the sky and then putting my hands together as if praying and then pointing to him to show him my intention. It didn't seem to make sense to him. I then decided to just put out my hand toward his, and he did the same, giving me his hand as if to shake it. I proceeded to command the pain to leave his body and his back and shoulders to be straight. I pointed at his chest while commanding and was not looking at his face. He must have been quite confused. I let go of his hand and told him to move around and test it out while making motions with my body to show him what I meant. He moved around and I asked him by saying "Better? better?" He nodded yes. I could tell he still had some pain as I heard him grunt or wince as he moved. I stepped closer to him and put my hand on his back this time, thanked Jesus for healing him and continued commanding his body to be healed and made whole. He tested it again and had a smile on his face as I was asking again "Better? better?" I smiled back and pointed to the sky again and said "God! God!" He nodded his head yes and said "Thank you" as we parted ways. I was walking away but decided to stop and turn around to watch him leave in the opposite direction. His shoulders now looked to be the same height and he no longer had any visible limp or swagger like before. Jesus is AWESOME!!!!

And I will bring the blind by a way that they knew not; I will lead them in paths that they have not known: I will make darkness light before them, and crooked things straight. These things will I do unto them, and not forsake them. Isaiah 42:16 KJV

Peace, grace and love!