About Me

I want to identify myself as a lifelong student of the Word of God. My most precious possession in this world is my Bible. The Holy Spirit has given me a spiritual mind of discernment that wants to look so deeply as to see the roots of everything. The Lord has also placed within me a never ending thirst to examine things with a 360 degree view. Even though I speak spiritual truth that is backed up 100% with Scripture, I am always looked at as having a divisive spirit, because many in today’s Christian world really don’t want to get to the truth. They are only concerned with not rocking the boat. Many a day I felt like the bad guy. My only comfort was to look at Prophets like Jeremiah who were punished for revealing truth. I never really found confirmation of the godly way I was led to live. Finally I came across this devotional that helped my understanding:

Can Doubt Be Good for Your Faith?.PDF

I am not a Theologian, even though I study Theology on the side.

Theology- The field of study and analysis that treats of God and of God’s attributes and relations to the universe; study of divine things or religious truth; divinity.

Theology is a wonderful field as long as what God actually prompts us to do is kept at the forefront:

“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” (2 Timothy 2:15 KJV)

The reason I want to emphasize this, is because most of the Christian Denominations have their schools of theology that incorporate traditions and views. Many differ with each other, mostly with secondary issues. Whenever I study a religious subject, I strictly want to see what the Word of God, the Bible, has to say, and try my best to keep it untainted by theological views. Theological views from great men like Augustine and C.S. Lewis are wonderful and helpful as long as they only enhance what we have already established what the Bible teaches.

As far as my personal preference goes, I would much rather listen to an unknown dedicated servant of God preaching and teaching an anointed message that I know will convict me to move onto higher ground, rather than the most renown theologian of our time. I want my spirit fed, not just my intellect.

So here it is—>I am simply a normal person who loves the Lord Jesus with his whole heart, mind, soul and strength. The Bible is my only ultimate authority and guide in my life. I have intensely studied it for over 44 years and have had some great mentors in my life. I love to spread and defend the holy Word of God for it is my life’s passion. I belong to a church that is also part of a denomination. I am part of a ministry at that church. I believe in being faithful to leadership and I believe in not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together. My heart goes out to all those who have been damaged by the organized church. May they find the restoration that they so desperately need. May all those that have lost their way find their way back to their Heavenly Father that is waiting for them with open arms. And may the Lord bless you richly from what I am able to convey from this blog site.

My Testimony.PDF

Pentecostal Power.PDF

“Walk in the Spirit and be tenderhearted and lovable if you want your ministry to be a blessing to others.” (Wigglesworth)

I am adding the following video in order to give you a glimpse of where my heart is concerning the Gospel of Jesus Christ being central. It was recorded on a Missions trip to Belti, Moldova with a team including my wife and fellow Christians in August 2018 where I was blessed to be able to help build an orphange and deliver the following testimony entitled ‘Moments’. Just click on it:


The prelude to the above video is in the following PDF:

My Prodigal Son

12 Responses to About Me

  1. Michele Fideler says:

    What is your name?

    • annointing says:

      “To him who overcomes I will give a white stone, and on the stone a new name written which no one knows except him who receives it.”  (Revelation 2:17b)

  2. Jeremy says:

    Thankyou for taking the time to make this website. Your testimony is an encouraging read. I had been using the devotional part on Smith Wigglesworth for several years now at work during the once a week fellowship mettings. They never failed to stir us up in God and we often felt the power and fire of God reading them. Thankyou and may God Bless you.


  4. Christian Rivera says:

    Hello I am new to your site and I saw an article on Sickness and Evil Spirits. Very interesting! I guess my question to you would be where do you believe Demons and Evil Spirits come from? And where can one go to find someone with the gift of spiritual discernment to determine if their sickness is really spiritual rather then physical?

    Thank you sir.



    • annointing says:

      Hello Christian,

      Demons and evil spirits are fallen angels. Sound Biblical teaching (from got questions.org) says this:  
      While there is no verse that says a “third of the angels fell from heaven,” some verses, when put together, lead us to that conclusion. Sometime after their creation, and most certainly after the sixth day when everything was declared “very good” (Genesis 1:31), Satan rebelled and was cast out of heaven. “How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations!” (Isaiah 14:12). When Lucifer sinned, Jesus said, “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven” (Luke 10:18), and in the book of the Revelation Satan is seen as “a star that had fallen from the sky to the earth” (Revelation 9:1). 
      We are also told that one third of an “innumerable company of angels” (Hebrews 12:22) chose to rebel with him. John saw this great wonder in heaven, “…an enormous red dragon…His tail swept a third of the starsout of the sky and flung them to the earth…the great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him” (Revelation 12:3-9). 
      Since Satan is referred to as a star which fell or was cast down to earth, and Revelation 12:4 says a third of the stars were cast out with him, then the conclusion is that the stars in Revelation 12 refer to fallen angels, fully one third of the heavenly host. If the one-third number is in fact accurate, what assurance that is! Two thirds of the angels are still on God’s side, and for followers of Christ, they are on our side as well.

      Now to the second part of your question concerning discernment. It is not like a vending machine where you can pull a lever and out comes exactly what you want. First, everything is based around your own prayer and fasting (Mark 9:29 Jesus said to them, “This kind can come out by nothing but prayer and fasting.”) Second, God’s will trumps everything (Matthew 6:10 says: Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.) My point is the following. If you are a strong true born again Christian, use the tools God gave you. If you are a young Christian, gather those around you who are deeply rooted in the Lord and can join with you in prayer and fasting (James 1:5-6 says: If you need wisdom, ask our generous God, and he will give it to you. He will not rebuke you for asking. But when you ask him, be sure that your faith is in God alone.) What it boils down to is the example of Paul. He sought the Lord himself three times to rid the evil spirit that gave him an infirmity. The Lord allowed the infirmity to remain, but gave Paul the grace to endure. So even with discernment to determine the cause, this was not a guarantee to be healed. God’s will trumps all (1 John 5:14 says: Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us.)

      I hope this helps answer your questions.

  5. Gregory Hatton says:

    Thankyou for sharing Jesus’ great words of encouragement. He uses you mightly through this website. Be blessed abundantly in all that you do in His great name. Have a great week

  6. Hector M says:

    Your site is awesome. May God bless your life and ministry. I have a question. . Why do only the Catholic church which I am a part of practice the Eucharist. . Didn’t Jesus say to do this in memory of me? Not with juice and crackers. . With a couple words. Was the last supper not important. . Did he not tell us to do this. . Is it not his body and his blood. . What the Catholic church does is the same as the first church did after Jesus..I have researched. . It is centered around ChrIst. . We do not pray to virgin Mary. . We petition her. . She leads us to Jesus. . She appeared to a man and he knew it was Satan because she only spoke of herself. . We know she leads us to her son. . We confess our sins. . The bible says to do so yet I am shunned and criticized for being Catholic. . They do not understand. .n it’s confusing. . Why do so many hate. . No one takes the Eucharist seriously. . At least that’s what it seems like… we don’t worship saints or Mary we ask for them to pray for us.. how is it wrong to respect the mother of Jesus. . To respect the saint’s in heaven as well. We worship only Jesus. . The rosary is background music so to speak..a way to put our mind’s in a state to meditate on the sacrifice our lord jesus suffered for us. . We are not worshipping Mary. . Yet I receive condemnation for this. . Yet I still love and forgive. ..I would love to hear your input. . Look forward to hearing from you. . God bless you. Love you as a brother in Christ. . And may God continue to bless you with the gift of discernment..

    • annointing says:

      Hector, under the heading of my site entitled ‘About Me’ I added my testimony in PDF format. If you read it I believe you may get some of the answers you are looking for. Since I became a born again Christian, I look to the Bible for my answers and not tradition. Many of the things you mentioned come from tradition. I have also learned where to put my emphasis on with my walk with the Lord and not be bogged down by debatable issues. I hope this helps you my brother! Please give me your feedback. If you still are plagued with questions, please feel free to share them. May God bless you in your walk and may you be right where He wants you to be!

  7. ricardo rivera says:

    Im truly bless by 1st your devotion to GOD n also your ministry on the endtimes i encourage to continue what the LORD has call you for. your friend ricky.

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