About Me

I believe we can receive pure revelation from God. This blog contains personal experiences and revealed word that He has given to me and instructed to share here.

I’m not trying to convince anybody of anything. You must decide for yourself and pray about it, and if you open your heart, your life will get interesting in a hurry.

I was instructed to keep this an “anonymous blog,” as to not distract from the information shared.

If you want to contact me and I will answer emails. I want this blog to be a source of inspiration and information, not a forum for opinions and chatter. I will allow comments, but please do not mention any individuals, institutions, or website links. Also, I don’t use this blog for debating the information provided. 

I do not advertise or promote this blog. The only publicly listed item is the book, “How to Have Your Second Comforter.” It is bold enough to discourage some from seeking more knowledge, because a few items within its pages are clearly outside the box. The Lord instructed me to be this way to prevent those unprepared from seeking more.

If you are led to this blog and the Spirit moves you, it will open up many new things unfamiliar to most. Take it in slowly, read each book consecutively and don’t move forward if you are uncomfortable with any of the previous things written. Please only share with those you feel impressed to do so. There is an awakening taking place and I hope these pages will help you in that process.

Your Brother, “Anonymous”

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3 Responses to About Me

  1. Sarah says:

    Thank you, and your wife, for all you do. The things you discussed in you blog and in your books changed my studies into gospel matters, and seeking Christ. Without that door opening to me, I would not have had some of the profound experiences that I’ve had in the last few months.

    When I was younger, I longed for the day that I would see my Master and Redeemer, but I was lead down a wrong path with false doctrine that made me think it was impossible for a sinner such as me. Not only is it possible, but the Lord desires it more than we do!

    I can testify, that the process is individualized for His children, and it can move as quickly or as slowly as he sees fit. The Work is being hastened, and we are the humble tools of The Master.

    D&C 1:5 “5 ​And they shall ​​​go forth​ and none shall stay them, for I the Lord have commanded them.”

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  2. Alicia Keller says:

    My dear brother,
    Tonight the Spirit directed me to google search a particular gospel subject, and my heart rejoiced as I was led to one of your blogs. Thank you for all you have posted and shared. You see, my Father loved the great mysteries of the kingdom with all of his heart. He taught a lot and wrote many books about Zion. He was my spiritual confidant and friend. He passed away in December 2012 and ever since then I have been looking for a blog that shares some of the divine truths listed here. Anyhow, I just wanted to thank you. It’s nice to be home again.
    Your Sister in Christ,
    Alicia

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  3. Spencer Ray Schmidt says:

    I have been searching my entire life for something that would guide me in my quest to come closer to my Father in Heaven and Jesus Christ. But now that I believe I have found it, doubt from the adversary tries to push me away. I desire more than anything for everything you write about, to be true. Experiences that you write about I have also experienced, the more basic ones like talking to the Father and hearing His responses in my own voice. I want to have these same experiences you write about and obtain the same gifts. I guess to get to the point, “help, thou, my unbelief…” I love your books and have read several of them. You explain all of your points so well using the scriptures that the logical portion of my brain says they must be true. My spirit jumps inside of me making me want to be there in those moments with you I can barely contain the excitement when I read the pages of your books. I so strongly desire to be a Servant alongside you and others like you, but feelings of self doubt, inadequacy, and fear overcome me. What should I do? What can be done to nourish a struggling seedling? And as I’m typing this, I feel the answers glaring at me in the face; pray and ask God. But I’m ashamed to say, I fear to even do that. That I may not receive an answer or that I won’t be heard. I love my Savior and Father in Heaven so deeply but I feel inadequate for them. Putting this on “paper” is even bringing me to tears, seeing my lack of faith before me. Anyways, I greatly appreciate your books and the time you took to write and publish them. Thank you, I eagerly await your response. [Dear Brother, I can empathize with how you are feeling. Fear is the Adversary’s greatest weapon against us, and “fear of failure” is a big one. In my journey it did not come easy. I plowed ahead for almost 18 years of searching before I was ready. I think what was preventing me was fear, or some kind of holding on to traditional expectations of how the Lord should do things. When I fully submitted myself and said, “Lord, what do you want me to do?” everything began to happen. It’s been four years since my relationship with the Lord broke through. It reminds me of the Brother of Jared, he spoke to the Lord in the cloud of his mind until he finally had the faith necessary to part the veil. Every person can exercise this faith if they follow the Doctrine of Christ and come to Him. Keep reaching, and the day will come when you will see His face. PR]

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