Sid Roth

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Sid Roth welcomes Dave Hess

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Shalom Mishpochah, Shalom family.  Mishpochah is a Hebrew word.  It means family and we’re the Mishpochah.  The family with a Jewish heart made up of Jewish and non-Jewish people with a middle wall of separation has finally come down to form from those an ancient spiritual DNA on Jewish people and the new covenant gentile spiritual DNA on gentile believers.  It is sort of like the Jewish person that knows Jesus is incomplete and the gentile person that knows Jesus is incomplete.  When the two come together and become one just like Jesus prayed in John 17:21 then it says in John 17:22 the same glory that is on Jesus is going to be on them.  God has been waiting so patiently for the church to fulfill Romans 11:11.  Salvation has come to the gentile to provoke the Jew to jealousy and then Paul just summarizes it in the 2 chapter of Ephesians when he says that when that middle wall of separation come down between Jew and gentile it forms a dwelling place for God, the full presence of God.  And by the way have you wondered why God is motivating you to move in signs and wonders?  It’s to reach the Jew.  Yeah, it really is.  It says the Jew requires a sign; it’s to reach the Jew.  And when the gentile believer who’s called by God to the reach the Jew reaches the Jewish believer then the two come together called One New Man, makes the full dwelling place of God and we’ll see the greatest Gentile revival the world has ever seen.  It took me many years to figure out how to say this in such a few sentences to ya.  But, I have Dave Hess on the telephone and he has a 4 CD teaching series called “Moving Beyond Disappointment”.  I know that you need this.  I don’t think you need this, I know that you need this.  Some of you are so discouraged you’ve been hanging in for your marriage year after year.  You’ve even had promises, prophetic promises, promises in the Word of God and it looks like, you know God’s answering prayers for other people but not for you.  Some of you, you’ve  lost your home, you’ve lost your job and yet you have all these promises from God.  And you’re a thither and you’re a giver and you’re so discouraged right now, so disappointed right now.  And some of you might me like Dave Hess.  You just got a death sentence from a doctor out of the blue.  It never in a million years did he expect a doctor to say that you have and aggressive form of leukemia.  You’ve only got weeks to live.  But they started in aggressive form of treatment of chemotherapy, all his hair falls out and I would imagine you’re getting very discouraged even with everything you know Dave, and then you had a mysterious visitor.

DAVE: It was in the middle of the night, 3:00 in the morning.  I was in a solitary room and there were no lights in the room except a little night light underneath my bed.  And it was in that time that I began to think about my family and miss them terribly.  I began to picture my wife sitting at home trying to figure out the bills alone and I pictured my two young sons playing in the backyard alone. And then this picture came of my daughter coming down the aisle of her wedding alone without me there.  Grief began to just grip me so.  There was a worship son that I had been singing different times when discouragement tried to hit me and so I started to sing this little worship song and half way through it I choked.  I literally choked.  I could not get another word out and I began to weep.  And in that moment the door of my room opened and what appeared to be a nurse came walking over to my bed. And amazingly she was singing the same song that I had just been trying to sing.

Sid: She hadn’t heard you singing?

Dave: Hadn’t heard me singing.  I wasn’t singing it loud I was just singing it to myself.  But, she was singing the same song and she came over, she stood beside my bed, she looked in my eyes and she lifted my head up from the pillow.  She sang the song to me or it felt like she sang it into me and then she started to pray for me in a language I never heard before.   And what I remember most.

Sid: Now this was a nurse?

Dave: I thought it was a nurse.  I figured who else would be walking in my….

Sid: But nurses still don’t do that.  They don’t pick up your head and sing a Christian song.

Dave: No,I never had a singing nurse before.  It was the first (chuckling) I couldn’t tell her facial features, she appeared to be an African American woman.  But, what I do remember was her eyes.  Her eyes were the most courageous eyes I’ve ever seen.  And her eyes looked almost like “if you could see what I see you would not be afraid.  And she put my head back down on the pillow and this courage, this confident peace just rose up inside of me and she walked out of my room.  A little while later my regular nurse came in to check on me and she said you look like you’re wide awake and you look happy.  Your different, your face looks different.  And I told her what had happened.  Then she said well, I’ve been in this hall all night and there is no nurse, we don’t have an African American nurse on duty tonight. There’s no one who came by me, I don’t know who that was. Now, I thought in that moment well, maybe the Lord woke somebody up in the city and told them to pray for me.

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October 20th, 2010 at 2:59 am

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