Tuesday, May 27, 2008


John the Baptist first introduced Jesus as the baptizer in the Holy Spirit. This is what happened at Pentecost and it was the birthday of the church and it was the power of the Holy Spirit that and enabled the early church to spread the gospel. Without it the church would have gone out of existence. Yet many Christians today regard it as a perk perhaps but not necessarily important for them. yet, in Luke 11:9-13 the children of God are told to ask, seek, and knock until they get the Holy Spirit. Since the children of God are already spirit - fill obviously this refer to something more. Therefore, it must refer to the been true in the power of the baptism in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Of course Satan doesn’t want us to have this power. Is it possible that those who resist the are under the influence of Satan who doesn’t want us to have this power? Unfortunately this possibility rarely is mentioned in the modern church so very few Christians are aware of it. So what is the answer?

Monday, May 26, 2008


Hi Hal,
This is thanks to your website.I am not new to healing but I did not know about healing in the name of Jesus. I now have totally changed my way.Here are some testimonials I had received over the years (from my old way of healing). I intend to do better .... My goal is to heal physical ailments so that people discover Jesus, and finally improve the world... What a program !!!Thank you so much,MicheleMichele,I told you I have had mono for about 3 months. Today was the first day that I felt a whole day of energy. I think it’s the healing, I really do. I have been so exhausted. I really appreciate what you are doing and know you are helping big time. So, on the feedback, you have a woman who has mono and after a week of healing is feeling almost normal. That's something to say. Really! S.D., Seattle(After the first session)My session with you was incredible. I felt as though someone put a nice warm heat pack on my right knee and also on my lower back right side where the pain is. Thank you so much, I look forward to tomorrow.LVH, Cleveland(after two weeks of remote healing) : I have experienced a 40% decrease in the pain in my knees and a 30% decrease in the pain in the rib cage under my right breast. There has been a 70% decrease in the arthritic pain in my hands. I have not had a migraine headache since my sessions began with you. I am extremely grateful to you for what you have done. I would indeed like to continue the sessions with you.LVH, Cleveland(After four weeks):I would like to inform you, Michele, that, as of today, I have NO PAIN under my right breast or in either of my hands. I have more good news. I have also experienced a 80% decrease in the pain in both of my knees. Hallelujah!!!!!!!Love,LVH, ClevelandMy hip is feeling quite relaxed right now. I can't thank you enough for your help….I also had just finished the physical therapy exercise of hanging the right hip over the side of the bed, to stretch the sore joint. So it was hurting before 8 p.m., but now it is not hurting any more. Michele, you are wonderful.M. Z., Los Angeles. After one week of healing to S.(4 years old) who is autistic and non verbal.S. has had a couple of things happen at school. One day, his teacher told me that, for the first time, he followed along to some of the songs (not the words, but the actions) such as, HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES AND TOES, using his hand to point along with the song. He has never done that before.Then, on another day, S. tried to say APPLE and used the sign for apple. The teacher’s assistant was so happy, she said she started to cry!! Thanks so much, Michele. I have told a few of my friends about you. I will be in touch soon. M. A., Houston,Texas(after 4 days): Hi Michele, Thanks for sending me healing energy. I have not had a migraine this week! Also, Monday, during the first healing session, I felt a tingling on the left leg where I had been having some muscle pain and the pain went away. I then felt the tingling travel down my right leg to my right foot where I had been having pain for the last few days. The foot had been throbbing with pain and after I felt the tingling the pain gradually subsided. When I got up after the healing session, the pain in the foot was gone completely. Thank you very much E.N., Arizona(after one week)Hi Michele, I have been feeling good since the start of your healing sessions. I have not had a migraine headache all week. Also the pain in my legs has not returned. Once again, I thank you very much for the healing energy you have sent me. E.N., ArizonaThank you sooo much. I was having a pretty intense emotional week, when we started the sessions. However, I feel much more calm altogether and my urges to smoke cigarettes have subsided. D. M.Hi Michele,Yes, I have noticed a difference. When I'm relaxing & receiving the healing I feel much better. When the sessions are over, I feel pretty good & I've been sleeping much better.I don't know what I actually feel during the sessions It's hard to explain. But I know I feel much better. ThanksV.Yes, I do get the energy. Really up my arms. My shoulder is feeling a lot better. It is amazing how you do it remotely.Really felt wonderful!!!Thanks so much. I am feeling much better. It is amazing!!! I have told friends, but they can't believe it. I will keep in touch. God Bless You, J. B. Downey(After two weeks)Michele,You've been a great help. I can really feel my scalp healing. I feel this warm feeling, especially when I put my hand on my scalp. And it is so relaxing. I am truly grateful for your time and your help. I am also feeling a lot more relaxed and calm. Thank you once again.Kind regards,J. M., England(second eMail after the two week treatment)Thanks for the second week of healing Michele. I washed my hair today, and normally I would feel the stinging of the back of my scalp, but today I felt nothing. It has healed a lot. I also feel a lot calmer and relaxed. And I am worrying less. It has been really soothing.Thank you once again, I really appreciate your time and help.With loveJ. M., EnglandMichele,Thank you again for your voluntary remote healing. To be honest, I don't know that I was able to actually "feel" the energy during those times. However, perhaps more important, I lost SIX POUNDS during those two weeks, which is a HUGE amount. My appetite was less keen, easier to fill or ignore. I do feel I benefited from this, and feel like I'm still benefiting in terms of dieting.S. B., GlendaleThank you Michele.I would like to report that again, when a migraine almost certainly would have been expected this week I did not have one. I am very excited by the work we have done so far and have spoken of you glowingly to many of my friends and colleagues.Once again, thank you, Michele.A. Toronto Hi Michele,Yes, I did benefit quite a bit from the sessions. My stomach pain is totally healed and I have been eating whatever I want and have been much clearer in asserting myself!Y. E., New York, N. Y.Hi Michele,My headaches are definitely improved even when now that I'm walking about 10 miles per week. Appreciate your help... K. C., Los Angeles(After a week of remote healing)Dear Michele,My sessions are definitely working! My headaches are gone. I feel so relaxed and my energy finally feels balanced. I just can't thank you enough. Bless you.Love and Light,H.R., Salt Lake City(one week after the healing)Hi Michele,I am sorry it has taken me longer to get back to you than I had planned. But it has given me the time to know that my headaches are gone! I can't thank you enough! I believe my headaches were caused by my energy being blocked. Any way my daily sessions from you have completely changed that. Every session felt like it was working on a different area and in places I did not know needed it. After months of almost daily headaches I feel so wonderful! You are an angel. Thank you again so much. Love and light,H. R., Salt Lake CityHi Michele,Thank you so much for the week of Healing Energy, it has been amazing! A couple of times I could honestly feel hands resting on my shoulders, it was wonderful. Thank you again for this week. What a wonderful experience.L. J., Canada


I came to your group on Wed. May 31st with Elaine. I am Janice from Canada.

Thank you for awakening me to healing power that Jesus has intended for us to use for others. Your web site is very helpful and I am writing to tell you how astounded I was to read your experience. About 30 years ago I was invited to go to a Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship in another city. I was recently baptised in the Holy Spirit and had an idea of what to expect. I believed, but was uncomfortable with the emotionalism. That afternoon I tripped and hurt my back. I could barely get to the car. As we drove my back became stiffer and more painful. I thought I would not be able to get out of the car. I said to the Lord, "if you want me at this meeting you will have to fix my back." I felt a sensation of heat and the pain left although I wondered what would happen when I moved. When we arrived at the meeting I got out of the car and walked into the meeting with no pain whatsoever. As you see my experience is very similar to yours.

I believe the Lord is leading me to a ministery in our church (even though it is Baptist). I know two women who believe that we can heal in Jesus' Name and we already have a powerful prayer group. I will keep you posted

Thank you to you and Ginny for your gracious hospitality.


Saturday, May 24, 2008




Evangelical zeal is what fuels the fire of the Holy Spirit and spiritual apathy is what quenches it.


Since, from time to time, God finds it necessary to send revival to the church doesn't that prove the church is not suffering from insomnia.?


If, from time to time, God finds it necessary to send revival to the church doesn't that show is not suffering from insomnia?

Thursday, May 22, 2008




Pew cushions should be launching pads - not comfort zones.

And sermons should pull the trigger - not just fluff the cushons.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008


Without the fire of the Holy Spirit the church, at best, is lukewrm by default.


Church comfort zones are the bleachers at God's game of evangelism and there are few vacant seats.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008




One of the reasons for this blog is it is an opportunity to give vent TO my sentiments. To some they may seem judgmental although they are echoed by many other sources.

However, I would be blessed to know if anybody is reading them and whether they ares of any interest to those who come across them.

so if you are a reader I would appreciate knowing so.

God bless you

Tuesday, May 13, 2008


Presuppositions that we have arrived at based on our likes, what is comfortable and what is not convicting will not be subject to reason, logic, nor what Scripture teaches.


Isn't it convenient that Mother's Day falls on Pentecost Sunday so that non-charismatic ministers can dodge preacihng to their comfort-zone congregationon on the power to make disciples?+++
However, since the season of Pentecost is the longest one on the church calender, who knows?
Acts 1:8

+++ Those that reproduce after their own kind!

Friday, May 09, 2008


Received from a reader in Ireland:

There was a professor of philosophy there who was a deeply committed atheist. His primary goal for one required class was to spend the entire semester to prove that God couldn't exist. His students were always afraid to argue with him because of his impeccable logic.Sure, some had argued in class at times, but no one had ever really gone against him because of his reputation. At the end of every semester on the last day, he would say to his class of 300 students, 'If there is anyone here who still believes in Jesus, stand up!' In twenty years, no one had ever stood up. They knew what he was going to do next. He would say, 'Because anyone who believes in God is a fool'.If God existed, he could stop this piece of chalk from hitting the ground and brea king S uch a simple task to prove that He is God, and yet He can't do it.' And every year, he would drop the chalk onto the tile floor of the classroom and it would shatter into a hundred pieces. All of the students would do nothing but stop and stare. M ost of the students thought that God couldn't exist. Certainly, a number of Christians had slipped through, but! For 20 years, they had been too afraid to stand up.Well, a few years ago there was a freshman who happened to enroll. He was a Christian, and had heard the stories about his professor. He was required to take the class for his major, and he was afraid. But for three months that semester, he prayed every morning that he would have the courage to stand up no matter what the professor said, or what the class thought.Nothing they said could ever shatter his faith...he hoped. Finally, the day came. ! The professor said, 'If there is anyone here who still believes in God, stand up!' The professor and the class of 300 people looked at him, shocked, as he stood up at the back of the classroom.The professor shouted, 'You FOOL!!! If God existed, he would keep this piece of chalk from breaking when it hit the ground!' He proceeded to drop the chalk, but as he did, it slipped out of his fingers, off his shirt cuff, onto the pleat of his pants, down hi s &nbs p;leg, and off his shoe. As it hit the ground, it simply rolled away unbroken. The professor's jaw dropped as he stared at the chalk. He looked up at the young man, and then ran out of the lecture hall.The young man who had stood, proceeded to walk to the front of the room and shared his faith in Jesus for the next half hour. 300 students stayed and listened as he told of God's love for them and of His power through Jesus.You have 2 choices: 1. Delete this and never look at it again. 2. Pass this along to your Christian and non-Christian friends, giving them encouragement we all need every day When you choose option 2, you have chosen to STAND UP In light of the many jokes we send to one another for a laugh, this is a little different: This is not intended to be a joke, it's not funny, it's intended to get you thinking.............. Isn't it funny how simple it is for people to trash God and then wonder why the world's going to hell.Isn't it funny how we believe what the newspapers say, but question what the Bible says. Isn't it funny how everyone wants to go to heaven provided they do not have to believe, think, say, or do anything the Bible says. Or is it scary?Isn't it funny how someone can say 'I believe in God' but still follow Satan (who, by the way, also 'believes' in God ). Isn't it funny how you can send a thousand jokes through e-mail and they spread like wildfire, But when you start sending messages regarding the Lord, people think twice about sharing.Isn't it funny how the lewd, crude, vulgar and obscene pass freely through cyberspace, but the public discussion of Jesus is suppressed in the school and workplace. Isn't it funny how someone can be so fired up for Christ on Sunday, but be an invisible Christian the rest of the week. Are you laughing? ! Isn't it funny how when you go to forward this message, you wi ll not send it to many on your address list because you're not sure what they believe, or what they will think of you for sending it to them.Isn't it funny how I can be more worried about what other people think of me than what God thinks of me. Will YOU pa ss this on? . I did .