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God is the healer who uses me with His unction

Pastor believes he is a servant of God

Malika A. Wright | 8/7/2013, 11:51 a.m.

“She’s dead,” church members screamed.

Everybody in the church was in a panic as they turned to their pastor.

“Pick up the body,” Apostle Willie J. Jones of God’s Calling Gospel Holiness Church, Inc., said. One of the ministers picked up the body of the elderly woman and her body fluid started to fall on him.

“In the name of Jesus, live,” Jones said.

Nothing happened. After asking those who didn’t believe to go to the kitchen, [no one moved]. Jones tried again.

“Everybody from the smallest to the greatest, start praising God,” he commanded.

“All of a sudden after the people started praising God, life came back in her,” Minister Zachery Peacock, said. “I’ve never witnessed anything like that in my life.”

The woman lived four to five more years after that experience. Throughout the Bible and presently, believers have called God many names in attempts to describe him, God’s Calling Gospel Holiness and Apostle Jones knows God to be a healer and miracle worker.

Many similar events have occurred since that encounter, where people were bought back to life and healed. Peacock shared that although he had a stroke, no one is able to tell, since he’s been healed.

“Can’t nobody tell that my body has gone through that,” he said. Although Jones has been used during those encounters, he doesn’t describe himself as a healer or even a man of God, he considers himself as a servant of God, who has surrendered his life to God. “I believe God is the healer and he utilized me,” Jones said.

“I don’t care how much I pray for you, I don’t care how much I touch you. If

God doesn’t do it, it can’t be done.” “I was just moving by the unction of God,” Jones said.

“I was doing what God told me to do.” Starting Aug. 12-18, the church will be celebrating Jones’ 35 years in ministry. Jones, who is known for his relentless faith in God, said his main focus is saving souls.