April 30, 2020



Good Thursday morning! I was led back last night to the precious subject of the Holy Spirit, who is slowly withdrawing from the earth, as evidenced by the continuous train of calamities quickly following one another to the global covid-19 pandemic.

Let us therefore humbly and prayerfully ponder upon the following:

“The Relationship of Calvary and Pentecost.”

“The baptism of the Holy Spirit is described by John the Baptist to the the ESSENTIAL, VITAL purpose of the ministry of Jesus Christ. I indeed baptize you with water unto repentance: but He that cometh after Me is mightier than I, whose shoes I am not worthy to bear: He shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost, and with fire.” Matt. 3:11 (See also John 1:33.


How God Chose Gideon’s Elite Force of Three Hundred Men

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April 3, 2020

Nathaniel Fajardo                        

email: [email protected]

How God Chose Gideon’s Elite Force of Three Hundred Men

   “Son of man, I have made you a watchman for the house of Israel; therefore hear a word from My mouth, and give them warning from Me.” Ezekiel 3: 17, vs 18-21; cf. 33: 1-20.

The gospel-prophet said: “His watchmen are blind, they are all ignorant; they are all dumb dogs, they cannot bark; sleeping, lying down, loving to slumber. Yes, they are greedy dogs which never have enough. And they are shepherds who cannot understand; they all look to their own way, everyone for his own gain, from his own territory.” Isa. 56: 10, 11, NKJV.

The counterfeit watchmen are the unfaithful, cowering, self-serving religious shepherds of the flock “who cannot understand,” spiritual guardians of the people, pastors, ministers who are not proclaiming God’s warning messages today. God further describes them as “dumb dogs that cannot bark,” “lazy and greedy dogs which never have enough.” If ever!



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Photo Credit Flickr/ernestkoe


October 2, 2015

Nathaniel Fajardo

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Biblical Numerology: NUMBER THREE – Part XVIII


     “The greatest homage we can pay to the truth is to use it.”- Charles Dickens.   “It often requires more bravery to tell the simple truth than it does to win a battle.”- Josh Billings (pen name of Henry Wheeler, American writer, journalist, and humorist second only to Mark Twain.) The most translated female non-fiction author in the history of literature, as well as the most translated American non-fiction author of either gender, Ellen G. White (see Wikipedia), wrote the following regarding Bible truth:  “Truth is no truth to them who do not practice it.” “Age does not make error become truth.” “The garments of truth are often stolen to hide features of heresy.” “Vital truth is impressed upon the mind by the Holy Spirit’s power.” And, “Christ is the inexhaustible wellspring of truth.”  

‘Higher criticism’ and ‘higher education’ destroy faith in God’s Word

Apostle Paul taught the early Christian church the three fundamental truths of the science of salvation of the eternal gospel from which the other glorious truths branch out from, namely, (emphasis supplied):


WATER: The Life Giver

drinking water “In health and in sickness pure water is one of Heaven’s choicest blessings. Its proper use promotes health. It is the beverage which God provided to quench the thirst of animals and man. Drunk freely, it helps to supply the necessities of the system and assists nature to resist disease. The external application of water is one of the easiest and most satisfactory ways of regulating the circulation of the blood.” My Life Today – Page 139

The body’s major chemical component is water. It makes up 60% of body weight.


  •  Water carries nutrients to the different cells of the body.
  • It flushes toxins out.
  • Water forms blood and other body fluids.
  • It keeps skin soft and moist.
  •  It lubricates all joints and the different organs.
  • Water makes virtually all body functions possible.
  •  It promotes regularity in bowel movement.
Monthly Studies

Monthly studies for the year 2010

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January: Spiritual Lessons from Number Two  Part III

February: The Physical and Natural Laws

March: Temperance

April: The Original Diet

May: Water & Blood

June: The Four Group Resurrections

July: The 1290 and 1335 Days of Daniel

August: Chronology of End-time Prophecies

September: The 10 Commandments

October: The End-time Theocracy

November: Apostolic Succession of the Papacy?

December: The Parable of Jesus

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Study for the Month of May 2010: Water & Blood (Page 4)

Let us recap the important details of what it means to eat the flesh and drink the blood of Christ:

  • We must receive Him as a personal Savior. Personal is not vicariously but personally.
  • We must believe that He alone can, and will fully and freely forgives us all our sins that we confess and repent from. However, it is not enough to believe in the forgiveness of sin; by faith we must be constantly receiving spiritual strength and nourishment from Him through His Word.
  • We must believe that we are complete in Him—not in and through any one, any other means or not in anything we can do.
  • We must be constantly beholding and contemplating His love. This alone is a struggle in itself for a thousand faces, personalities, topics, and activities vie for our attention!
  • A theoretical knowledge will do us no good. We must feed upon Him, receive Him into the heart—so that His life becomes our life—by assimilating His love and His grace. Few ever view the gospel work on earth as having for its goal Christ’s life becoming ours; that is, we live the kind of life that He lived on earth!
  • Following the example modeled by Christ, the living Word, the principles of God’s Word and His law must be assimilated so that it becomes the motive power of our life and actions.
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Study for the Month of May 2010: Water & Blood (Page 3)

2. The Importance of and Uses of Blood

SDA Dictionary, Commentary Reference Series, Volume 8, p. 149, 95 says:

“Blood. The Hebrew dam; Greek haina. The vital fluid circulating through the body, carrying nourishment and oxygen to all parts of the body and carrying off waste products to be excreted (Lev. 17:11, 14; Deut. 12: 23). The ancients were unaware of these detailed functions, but they recognized that the blood was closely connected with life. The Law declared, “For the life of the flesh is in the blood” (Lev. 17:11). The ancients were forbidden to eat blood (Gen. 9: 3, 4; Lev. 17: 10-14; Acts 15: 20, 29). This prohibition doubtless had a hygienic basis, but may have been designed to have instructional value as well. The most significant use of blood in Old Testament times was in the sacrificial services and more largely in the sanctuary services.

The shed blood foreshadowed the blood of Christ, the priceless life of the Son of God that was to be sacrificed as the only hope of a fallen and doomed race (1 Cor. 10:16; Eph. 2:13; Heb. 9:14; 10:19; 1 Pet. 1: 2, 19; Rev. 12:11). Salvation through the blood of Christ is the central theme of the gospel (Rom. 3:25; 5:9; Eph. 1:7; Col. 1:20; Heb. 9:22; Rev. 1:5, etc).”

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Study for the Month of May 2010: Water & Blood (Page 2)

1. The Importance of and Uses of Water

Water is the universal solvent and is the only one there will ever be. It cannot be recreated or duplicated. There is no such thing as synthetic water. And the water that was brought forth by God in the beginning is the same water that we have today on earth only as polluted as man and his foolishness and greed have made it since the fall. And yet God still preserves enough good water to drink and blesses man with knowledge and skill to produce devices to purify water from toxins and infuse it with the proper minerals and ions to help the body heal.

It is true that without water there can be no life. However, this primordial and universal truth, unless viewed from Biblical Creation, leads the wisdom of this world to look for life outside of the Life-giver Himself and search for it somewhere in the universe. Billions of dollars, energy, effort, and probation time have been wasted sending up men and space probes looking for the origin of life or the presence of it in the arid planets by the “evidence that water once existed in some form” when that money and resources should have, could have been used to relieve the needs and suffering of countless millions right here on earth! O what folly! Indeed the wisdom of men is foolishness to God!