This is the unique story and testimony about a faithful present-day servant of YAHWEH, and his prophetic ministry and testimony of Jesus Christ.
This website portal has been developed with content drawn from Elijah’s various social media platforms. His Facebook page is dedicated to honour and glorify the Lord Jesus Christ. It has been used over many years as a reflective journal, personal chronicle of his 31 years experiences, insights, messages, poems, dreams and visions. It’s an anthology of his life’s journey of faith, hope and love. Linked together they tell his whole life’s story and testimony of God’s grace, mercy and extraordinary favour towards him.
It is set in the contemporary Babylon of inner-city Brixton, Lambeth, London, England, United Kingdom – God can choose who He wants, from anywhere He wants, to fulfil His predetermined, deliberate and intentional plan for the salvation and ultimate final redemption of the remnant of Judah, the descendants of whom are living in exile, in the hostile land of their ancestors former cruel oppressors.
Now, in the light of Your revealed word, can there anything good come from Brixton? Can the last become first? Send Your glorious light, Lord. Behold, if you will receive [this revelation] this is God’s end times messenger, which is to come, and he, like John shall prepare the way, but shall also restore things before the Lord’s second coming.
The Call of Elijah
The servant of the Lord received the call to his prophetic office during the reign of Queen Elizabeth 2, in the first month, and year of the Gulf War 1991 AD. He was convicted, drawn by the Holy Spirit, as a young man, to bitterly grieve Babylons united forces of 35 nations, attack from land, air and seas, against the poor and innocent civilians, killing innocent souls in their thousands. Their death was seen as collateral damage in their war motivated by political and economical expediency.
Born of the Spirit
Empowered by God’s Spirit, Elijah prayed unto the Lord, as human fire rained down from the heavens upon the land of Iraq. He wept bitterly and mourned the needless death and sacrifice of human life. Broken in spirit and undone, Elijah called out to the Lord in repentance. In his desperate time of need, ruined and perceived by useless physicians to be insane and mad, Elijah pleaded with the Lord for the forgiveness of his sins, and for the foolish pride of his youth. Then suddenly, energized, quickened and inspired by the Holy Spirit, Elijah prayed from the depths of his heart to be used as an instrument for the cause of righteousness and justice.
It is written in the Psalms: “Call on Me in the day of trouble; I will rescue you, and you shall honor and glorify Me.” Psalms 50:15
God’s Chosen Vessel
This was the beginning of Elijah’s born-again and life transforming experience. He is approved and called out as God’s chosen instrument, according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, for a time such as this. He did not know the Lord, and neither was the word of the Lord revealed to Him. He had had an extraordinary encounter and experience of God’s grace and favour, with help of the Holy Spirit of God. He knew that he had seen the life-giving light of the God of light and life; but he was unfamiliar with and unlearned in the Holy Scriptures. All he knew was that once he was blind but now he could see, he was once dead (spiritually speaking) but now he could see. He was lost, with no sense of purpose nor direction, following his carnal desires and the lusts of eyes, but now found, walking in the footsteps of Christ according to the Spirit of light and life.
Who Am I Lord?
Therefore, Elijah, guided, energized, quickened, convicted and compelled by the Holy Spirit, earnestly set about the business of making sense of the supernatural spiritual experience that had just happened to him. On reflection, thirty one years later, it can be explained according to the following Scripture:
“For I know the plans and thoughts that I have for you,’ says the Lord, ‘plans for peace and well-being and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope. Then you will call on Me and you will come and pray to Me, and I will hear [your voice] and I will listen to you. Then [with a deep longing] you will seek Me and require Me [as a vital necessity] and [you will] find Me when you search for Me with all your heart. I will be found by you,’ says the Lord, ‘and I will restore your fortunes and I will [free you and] gather you from all the nations and from all the places where I have driven you,’ says the Lord, ‘and I will bring you back to the place from where I sent you into exile.” Jeremiah 29:11-14
Baptised in Water
Five months later, led by the Holy Spirit, Elijah attended a local church assembly series of meetings. It came to pass, at the culmination of the series of meetings, raptured in the Holy Spirit power he was led to be baptized in water in name of Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Baptism of Fire
Seven days later, following his baptism, the young Elijah sitting in the midst of the same church assembly where he was baptised, fell out in the Spirit in a trance. He could hear but couldn’t speak. The young Elijah was carried to the vestry and laid on a couch. He was in a trance-like state. He could hear but couldn’t speak.
Confusion, panic, chaos and fear consumed the elders, leaders and influential people in the vestry area of the household faith.
Controlled by the Spirit
Elijah was rapt in the Holy Spirit power on the Lord’s day. With the Spirit of the Lord speaking through him, the young Elijah cried out first in a quiet voice, as he laid out on the couch in the vestry area, “Why don’t you pray”?
Elijah was then lifted to his feet by Holy Spirit power, and in a loud voice, over the voices of the people that assembled the vestry, Elijah then cried out again, “Why don’t you pray”? Suddenly, the people assembled in the vestry became angry, and rising up they pushed and drove out of the vestry. Laying hold of him, they violently dragged him from the vestry to the outside of the house of the Lord onto the pavement. The public authorities had been called and arrived en masse. Elijah, under the control of the Holy Spirit, pleaded with them not to be betrayed into the hands of unbelievers, but the temple doors were slammed shut. The police seized and arrested Elijah and brought him to the local police station. They placed him in a prison cell.
Biblical Prophecy Fulfilled
All this happened in order that what is written in the Scriptures might be fulfilled as is written in prophets and predicted by the Lord Himself.
For it is written:
“Now the word of the Lord came to me, saying, “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you [and approved of you as My chosen instrument], And before you were born I consecrated you [to Myself as My own]; I have appointed you as a prophet to the nations.” Jeremiah 1:4-5
For it is written
“Then He said to me, “Son of man, stand on your feet and I will speak to you.” Then as He spoke to me the Spirit entered me and set me on my feet; and I heard Him speaking to me. And He said to me, “I am sending you, son of man, to the children of Israel, to a rebellious people [in both the north and the south] that have rebelled against Me; they and their fathers have sinned and revolted against Me to this very day.” Ezekiel 2:1-3
In the Gospel according to Matthew, Jesus said, “Blessed (comforted by the inner peace and God’s love) are those who are persecuted for doing that which is morally right, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven [ both now and forever]. Blessed [morally courageous and spiritually alive with life-joy in God’s goodness] are you when people insult you and persecute you, and falsely say all kinds of evil things against you because of [your association with] Me. Be glad and exceedingly joyful, for your reward in heaven is great [absolutely inexhaustible]; for this same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.” Learn more. Read Matthew Chapter 5
In the Gospel according to Mark Jesus said:
“But be on your guard; they will turn you over to courts, and you will be beaten in synagogues, and you will stand [as accused] before governors and kings for My sake, as a testimony to them.
The gospel [that is, the good news regarding the way of salvation] must first be preached to all the [Gentile] nations.
When they take you and turn you over [to the court], do not worry beforehand about what to say, but say whatever is given to you [by God] in that hour; for it is not you who speak, but it is the Holy Spirit [who will speak through you].
Brother will betray brother to [be put to] death, and a father [will hand over] his child; and children will rise up and take a stand against parents and have them put to death.
You will be hated by everyone because of [your association with] My name, but the one who [patiently perseveres empowered by the Holy Spirit and] endures to the end, he will be saved.” Mark 13 9-13
In the Gospel according to Luke it says,
“And you, child, will be called a prophet of the Most High; For you will go on before the Lord (the Messiah) to prepare His ways; To give His people the knowledge of salvation By the forgiveness of their sins, Because of the tender mercy of our God, With which the Sunrise (the Messiah) from on high will dawn and visit us, To shine upon those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, To guide our feet [in a straight line] into the way of peace and serenity.” The child continued to grow and to become strong in spirit, and he lived in the deserts until the day of his public appearance to Israel [as John the Baptist, the forerunner of the Messiah].” Luke 1:76-80
In the Gospel according to John Jesus said, “I have told you these things so that you will not stumble or be caught off guard and fall away. They will put you out of the synagogues and make you outcasts. And a time is coming when whoever kills you will think that he is offering service to God. And they will do these things because they have not known the Father or Me. I have told you these things [now], so that when their time comes, you will remember that I told you about them. I did not say these things to you at the beginning, because I was with you.” John 16 1-15