John Alexander Dowie

John Alexander Dowie was a pastor of a church in Sydney, Australia when the bubonic plague struck around 1875. He buried forty members of his church in less then one month and four more people from his congregation died and were yet to be buried. Many others became sick with this awful plague, in which there was no cure. “After visiting the many sick members of his flock one day, Dr. Dowie returned home and sat in his study, his arms folded upon his desk, his head upon his arms, weeping before God.

Corona Virus 19

talked about what is coming, more than ten years. The people in our church are ready for this. Therefore, nothing of what is happening now is a surprise to me. Every god of America has fallen – sports have fallen, Hollywood has fallen, television shows canceled. Even the god of some mega churches fell, these churches are empty today. I have warned for years that churches will disappear in one night.

Scared of the Presence of God

It’s difficult to imagine a Christian being scared of the Presence of God.  Scared to the point of running out the building and shaking like they have seen, well, the devil himself.
During a recent Healing Event we had a visitor in a wheelchair. Unlike some Church models we do not consider people “targets” or “go hunting” for a sick person.  We treat everyone with the dignity and honour they deserve. People are not their disease or injury, they are a Child of God.

The Day I told Cancer to F*$# O##

I was due to be touring overseas for many weeks. Early on into my tour I got a Skype saying a friend had cancer and was not well at all.

In the anointing you get to make split second decisions. I was still away for weeks but said to come over as soon as I get home. I was going to finish my tour then finish this cancer when I got home.

My friend was rather “anti-church” and had suffered terribly under the Charismatic Religious system. Year of demon hunting and looking for booger men behind every bush.

I’d been home a few minutes, hadn’t showered and was in desperate need of good Aussie coffee and some Aussie Lamb chops, when my friend was bought over.