Being Part of the Remnant: sign 1: patience

This new series has been long coming. The reason is between the daily issues pertaining to human life one must take time to ascertain the intuitive way God desires to speak. We must first make a definition: The difference between the Old Testament Remnant and the New Testament Remnant is that in the Old we see how God deals with His people Israel all the time leaving a people who seek Him as a Remnant which are preserved and reserved from judgments to blessings based on covenant. In the New we see God make available His covenant to all via … Continue reading Being Part of the Remnant: sign 1: patience


After all the messages, well wishers have sent their birthday blessings yesterday (20th) I want to convey my thanks to all who wrote to me and wished to convey their prayers. I ask that you continue to pray. Pray for the various projects which need supporters. Pray for our new Smartphone review site. This site is in need of sponsorship. Please write me for details. My email is . If you have a Church or group in the UK and wish to invite us to teach and ask for our series weekend themes then use the above mentioned email. … Continue reading Birthday

2 women in a Barvas cottage

This weekend I had the privilege to go to Cornwall, on work and prayer too. Cornwall has many good memories for me, as my family would go for a week once a year to St. Ives, right on the end of Cornwall, where the Bristol channel meets the Atlantic. In my prayer time, one thing has come very strongly. The account of the start of the Hebrides Revival, for which I have written various times regarding this. In fact when I as the minister of this site, first purchased this domain, the url is a very long word. You see … Continue reading 2 women in a Barvas cottage

Experiential or Theological

Sitting here waiting for a upload to complete gives me a opportunity to listen to tunes which elevate my thoughts into thinking and clarifying where I am in the grand scheme of things. One of my readings is “Jesus; The Pilgrimage” which recounts the journey of the author to Israel. James Martin SJ, recounts with Catholic veneer the theological and meditational aspects of a journey that goes beyond both traditional and touristic benefits of a journey to the Holy Land. My heart transcends then into a reverie where I begin to tap into some very pertinent trends which alert and … Continue reading Experiential or Theological

When hearts are laid bare…

We have been meditating on many examples of prayer. The Lord wants to cause us to walk the walk of prayer that we see Jesus afresh. Prayer centres on the person of Jesus. Mary Magdalene is very much misunderstood. She is sometimes seen as a prostitute that Jesus expelled 7 demons. Yet we on closer examination come to the realisation that Mary was not the prostitute. She was one who was with Jesus at every step. In Bethany is her actions to be fully remembered. Ministering anointed perfume to His feet, He gives attention to such a simple act as … Continue reading When hearts are laid bare…

Ana; modern day example of prayer

And there was one Anna, a prophetess, the daughter of Phanuel, of the tribe of Aser: she was of a great age, and had lived with an husband seven years from her virginity; And she was a widow of about fourscore and four years, which departed not from the temple, but served God with fastings and prayers night and day. And she coming in that instant gave thanks likewise unto the Lord, and spake of him to all them that looked for redemption in Jerusalem.Luke 2:36‭-‬38 KJV This unknown lady known as a prophetess only appears here and disappears as … Continue reading Ana; modern day example of prayer