Sid Roth

"It's Supernatural"

Sid Roth welcomes Alyosha and Jody Ryabinov

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SID: Hello. Sid Roth here with Alyosha and Jody Ryabinov. And we were talking during the break about fear. Alyosha, what does the Bible say is the solution for people that are so fearful?

ALYOSHA: Well the scripture says that perfect love casts out all fear. So the solution is to learn
to experience God’s love.

SID: And Jody, from your research on fear what does this do to the body, the physical body?

JODY: Fear is probably, Sid, one of the most major things that impact the human body today. Fear, sadness, but fear would be on the top definitely. What happens is we have a center in the brain called the amygdale that senses and perceives fear, sends then a signal to the rest of the body. The cells, the glands, the organs all pick it up. You have blood pressure problems. You have all kinds of issues with just fear alone. We can just sit all day and name them But what happens is, is that there only way to dismantle that fear that we know of. And that we know that perfect love casts out fear. It’s something that we must come in to a place of deep security with the Lord.

SID: And you know what? This love, most people understand the definition of love as an action. But Alyosha experienced God’s love as a emotional experience that revolutionized his life. Alyosha, tell me about that big man that was hunting for you to hug you.

ALYOSHA: Until I met that big man, the love of God was a theological concept for me. I didn’t feel really close to God. I knew that He loved me. But I went to that school that Jack Frost started and it was one month long. And there was this man there. He didn’t teach much, but he was very kind and he was big, and he would sneak behind you, and he would just grab you and you catch you into his arms, and he would begin to bless you. And he did it to me and I was startled, and I said, “Wait a minute. I’m not used to being so close to a man.” So I tried to escape. But he was big and strong, and I was small, and I couldn’t do it. I was stuck and I was pinned against his bosom. And he began to bless me. And he would say, “Father, I pray that he would release all the love that he missed growing up.” And suddenly, I felt like my father blessed me, like my Heavenly Father blessed me, but also my earthly father blessed me. You see, my father died when I was five years old, so I don’t remember blessings from him. And now I had a blessing from the Father. And it’s amazing because I believe that the bosom of the Father was imparted into me. And Scripture says that Jesus came from the bosom of the Father. And he said that, “I know where I came from and I know where I’m going to,” a very powerful place. And the other thing that I felt these arms that were holding me, there is a supernatural hug in the Book of Deuteronomy, and it says, “Our God is our refuge, but underneath are everlasting arms.” And there is a hug there imparts the supernatural arms of the Father.

SID: You wept for how long after that?

ALYOSHA: After that I cried for 25 days.

SID: And you weren’t someone that cries easily.


SID: You’re very stoic.

ALYOSHA: Men don’t cry. Men don’t show emotions. But see, our Father is very emotional. As a matter of fact, the fruit of the spirit, those are the emotions of God.

SID: How would you like the love of God to fill you with what you’ve missed because you had imperfect parents? How would you like God himself to put His arms around you and hug you? Alyosha, I believe that you could pray and just extend your arms in the spirit and people’s lives would be as transformed as yours was.

ALYOSHA: I just want to put my arms around you and the Father wants to speak to you. And the Father would say to you, “My son, my daughter, I just want you to know how much you are loved and I want to fill every part of you that is longing for my presence. I want to release all the love that you missed growing up and I want to bless you, and I want to release the blessing that I gave to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob that is now part of your inheritance, and I want to tell you that you belong to me, you belong in my family, you belong in my kingdom, and you will never be a second class. I bless you with all my love. And I want heal you, your whole being, in Yeshua’s name.

SID: Oh, I don’t know about the two of you. No, I do know about the two of you. There is a release of such shalom. That’s the only word I can come with. Such peace that I believe that when you hear Alyosha play the piano, and Alyosha, if you would go to the piano right now I want him to play a selection from “Fear Not”. And as that prayer imparted something very special to you, imparted the love of God to you, and I believe as you hear Alyosha impart more the love of God through the music, the Word of God, and in English and in Hebrew, that as he does this I believe from the top of your head to the bottom of your toes your very selves will change. The life of God will just manifest, and there is nothing evil, no sickness that can stand against the love of God. Alyosha from “Fear Not”.

ALYOSHA: [piano music]
[English translation] I will both lie down in peace and sleep. For you alone, oh Lord, make me dwell in safety. I have set the Lord always before me. Because He is at my right hand I shall not be moved. The Word also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble. And those who know Your name will put their trust in You. For You, Lord, have not forsake those who seek You. Have you not known? Have you not heard? The everlasting God, the Lord, the Creator of the ends of the earth neither faints nor is weary. His understanding is unsearchable. He gives power to the weak and to those who have no might He increases strength.

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February 12th, 2010 at 8:24 am

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