John G. Lake House
The John G. Lake House is for sale.
The "original" house was bought for $30,000-$60,000. The house is now offered for $269,000 (WOW that's a lot of renovations!!!). Is there anything left of the "original" house.
Then it was used as a place where "Touch the Anointing Weekend" "impartation services" were held.
The problem is - SEVERAL PEOPLE LIVED IN THE HOUSE AFTER LAKE DIED. IF YOU CAN "CATCH" HIS "ANOINTING" JUST BECAUSE HE LIVED THERE 70 YEARS AGO... WHAT MAKES ANYONE THINK THEY WON'T "CATCH" WHAT EVERY OTHER INHABITANT OF THE HOUSE HAD?
One ad read: John G. Lake's "original" home but the real estate sales ad says:
"This charming turn of the century home has three bedrooms and three full baths. It has been completely REBUILT with new walls, windows, doors, woodwork, kitchen, and bathrooms. Beautiful NEW oak floors THROUGHOUT and new gas forced air furnace and air conditioning. Nine foot ceilings in most of the home with a gas fireplace in the living room. Main floor laundry. Large exposed aggregate patio and deck in the back yard for outdoor entertaining."
IT DOESN'T SOUND LIKE THERE IS TOO MUCH OF THE "ORIGINAL" JOHN G. LAKE HOME LEFT.
In one of the ads for the "ministry" that bought the house, held the "anointing" weekends, and offered the house to us when that "plan" did not work out for them, it stated that the person that had bought the house and was living in the house, was teaching "The Divine Healing School from the "original writings of John G. Lake". This same person, attended a JGLM National Conference in Dallas, TX, bought a bunch of Curry Blake's material and then began his Divine Healing School.
But without a switch from the Old Covenant mindset to a New Covenant mindset, you will never be effective in John Lake's method of Divine Healing.