BLIND people gaining the power of sight and wheelchair bound cripples being able to walk are just some of the miracles that this priest claims he has performed.
Now Reverend Melvin Banks is making his way to Isleworth to heal the sick.
However he is being forced to deny allegations that he is in fact a con artist swindling the needy.
Rev. Banks has travelled all over the world "laying his healing hands" upon adults and children who suffer from everything from MS to muteness and he claims this is a gift that was given to him by God.
The 70-year-old who is holding a healing service at Isleworth's St John's Community Centre at the weekend, said: "We are in a different town every week praying for the sick.
"I don't know why I was chosen to have this special gift to heal people, but otherwise I am just a very ordinary human being. I spent two weeks in Hounslow in the 70s holding services, we had a great revival."
The granddad-of-two told the Chronicle how he was a bricklayer in his home town of Chippenham, Wiltshire, before he started preaching at weekends aged just 17, and it was then that he realised his special talent.
Although Rev. Banks claims he has seen people in wheelchairs walk and people cured of cancer after he has prayed over them, there are some that remain sceptical.
David Fletcher, a Christian who has attended many of Rev. Banks's ceremonies told the Chronicle: "I followed up some of the people who at the Melvin Banks's meetings thought they were healed, however I can assure you, not one was cured. But we have met a lot of people who kept sending contributions in the hope that they would be cured, causing hardships to them and their families."
David Fletcher believes it is in fact adrenalin and other chemicals in the body that are released when somebody is "hyped up", which create a temporary feeling of "painless euphoria" or delusion.
Rev Banks strongly refutes these claims saying: "These are terrible allegations to make. I don't charge anything for what I do, sometimes we put a box by the door for contributions or people can take an envelope to put a gift in but we certainly do not bully people into making payments.
"We would certainly not have been going for so long and keep being invited to help people if we were con artists, we are the real McCoy."
The Well Christian Fellowship is inviting the Hounslow community to join them and Rev. Banks at the healing service on November 14 and 15 at St Johns;s Community Centre in St John's Road, Isleworth.
The service is being held from 6.30pm on the Saturday and 11am on the Sunday.