The Spirit (Breath) of God

One of the primary ways that the deception of the Roman Catholic “Trinity” has been cloaked in Protestant Bibles is by the use of the English word “Spirit” for the Greek pneuma. The Greek word, like its Hebrew counterpart ruach, literally means “wind” or “breath,” implying an active but unseen force (John 3:8; Acts 17:25). … Continue reading The Spirit (Breath) of God

Baptism and the Great Commission

Baptism in Jesus' Name Many suppose that being baptized in Jesus' name means that the baptizer must pronounce the name of Jesus over the one being baptized. But that is not the usual meaning of the phrase "in the name of" in Scripture. To do something "in the name of" another usually means in the … Continue reading Baptism and the Great Commission

Prayer Cloths and the Holy Spirit

Have you ever heard of prayer cloths? Many ministries in the past used them some with good success. Below is an explanation of the principle of why prayer cloths work and testimonies about them being used. Also how you can use other objects to impart power in order to heal and set people free. In … Continue reading Prayer Cloths and the Holy Spirit