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Sid Roth welcomes Faye and Gary Whetstone

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SID: Hello, Sid Roth your investigative reporter here with Faye and Gary Whetstone. And Gary is in the hospital for the insane. He’s locked up good. They’re about ready to give him an electronic lobotomy; reduce him to a 3 year old. Someone comes in. He doesn’t even know who they are. They lead him to the Lord. He says “I’m ok now, I have God inside of me”;and they said sure. And they’re still going to do this procedure; and a voice says “Run!”The door is unlocked; a padded door with the bolts and the padlock – it’s open. He goes out, he runs out of the hospital. He gets out, but then he was told to go back to the hospital. And they investigate and examine him and found out he was as normal as could be! They released him, he married his childhood love; was it back in junior high you knew each other?

FAYE: We knew each other that long.

SID: And everything is going to be wonderful; except at one party. You smoke one joint of marijuana and then what happened?

GARY: All those thoughts came back again. The tormentors came back into my mind, and Faye who had said to me, “If you ever went back to that mindset she said we’re done”.

FAYE: I said I’m out of there.

SID: And you were.

FAYE: I was.

SID: And Gary, what happened to you? Did you just leave and say bye bye. I’ll just find someone better?

GARY: My mother told me, “Gary you’ve got demons in you.”I’m thinking “Oh great! What is a demon?”And during the course of that time, I did leave; by a little court order that she got for me to make sure that I left; just a little assistance to leave. And during the time that I found out that, I really was having a lot of torment in my mind. I tried to commit suicide sitting on a railroad track; and the next thing I found out is man, that I needed freedom and even though…

SID: And why were you unsuccessful, by the way at the railroad?

GARY: The train was actually being fixed. The rail where I set my car, they moved the train over to the other rail for that one night. I found out the train always runs on that track that night was on another track and didn’t hit my car; and I figured well, there must be a God in heaven trying to help me out of this thing and he did.

SID: And what happened next? You have a court order, you can’t go home anymore. Your wife wants a divorce?

GARY: I went and checked myself into a private psychiatric hospital personally. I said that’s it. I just I know that I’m in a warfare, and I didn’t know how to win. These voices kept speaking and I knew that if I could get these voices to stop, I could have a sane life and a fulfilled marriage. And I went in there and I stayed for a few days. And a man and another fellow came in. They were ministers; they ministered deliverance; cast these demons out of my life; I checked myself back out of the mental hospital, fasted and prayed for my wife; babysat for our children while she dated other men; and God spoke to my heart that I would learn love in my relationship loving my wife.

SID: Faye, what did you think when he was saying everything’s fine? I’m back to normal? I love you. What did you think?

FAYE: Well, I think a lot of times Sid, and what I went through in particular, is you wait for the changes in a person’s life. Just because somebody says something is different; when you’ve been through a lot with a person, you want to see the changes. And immediately I saw changes in Gary’s life. I saw the expression of God’s love that I had never seen before.

SID: So you stopped the divorce?

FAYE: No, I continued on with the divorce.

SID: Why?

FAYE: Well, I wanted my freedom. I wanted to be able to walk out at any point and time that I could, rather than to be caught in a marriage that I wasn’t sure was going to work.

SID: Ok Gary, the date of your trial for your divorce. What happened?

GARY: Well first of all, I paid for the divorce because God spoke to my heart, “Give her everything she wanted.”

SID: Was this a little strange?

FAYE: Yeah, but he had been strange before so it wasn’t a surprise. (laughter)

GARY: I paid for the divorce and so the judge says,

FAYE: And I took everything by the way.

GARY: Yeah, she sure did. She was trained right. The judge says “Do you have anything to say?”I said “Yeah. I’d like to read…”He said “I’m sorry. You can put your hand on the Book but you can’t read it.”I said “No. I want to read one sentence.”

SID: Did you know what he was up to?

FAYE: I knew something was going on and I was like, “Ok. Here we go! Just give me those divorce papers!”

GARY: So he said “Go ahead. For the court record: what do you want to read?” So I turned over to 1Corinthians. It says,“…but if she departs, let her remain unmarried or reconcile to her husband.”So I closed the Bible and I said “Today your honor, I’d like to let the court know that I will only permit Faye Whetstone to be reconciled to me. Thank you.”So that was it. He declared us divorced.

SID: Ok, so you walked out of the courtroom. But you had another idea. What happened?

GARY: I asked her if she’d like to go out to lunch because…

SID: You’ve got chutzpah!

GARY:  Hey, she was available! Free woman!

FAYE: And I was free. I had my paper in my hand…

SID: Yeah, you were free! But you just got rid of him!

FAYE: I know, but I had that divorce paper in my hand; which gave me authority I thought, and gave me control.

SID: Did you go out on a date with him?

FAYE: I sure did.

GARY: I had the money for the lunch.

SID: Why did you do that?

FAYE: Well I had been taking everything from him all along so…

SID: You could take a little bit more, I understand; but you didn’t give up. And when he did give up?

FAYE: He never gave up.

SID: And when he didn’t give up; he just kept courting you and courting you when did you melt?

FAYE: Well, he showered me with such kindness and love and never really asking for anything; just continually giving of himself. I began to see changes in him and I began to want what he had; and that was a relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. And that was when things began to change; because I knew there was only one thing that could have changed him as a man; and it was the Lord.

SID: And you liked the change?

FAYE: I liked the change. He was so gracious and so kind. And I watched it over a period of months. I watched it, how he changed in the workplace. I watched how he changed relating to our children. I watched how he changed relating to me; how he was different in every aspect of his life; and it wasn’t just words but it was actions.

SID: At what point did you decide this man should be my husband? There’s no one better out there than him?

FAYE: I’d always loved Gary, and I think a lot of times we do that. We know that we love somebody and we see such potential in them, but because of what has happened we tend to doubt and believe that they can actually change. And it was through my relationship with the Lord and learning to trust the Lord. When I could trust the Lord, I could trust the Lord in Gary. I could trust the Christ in him; and that was where change really took place. And it was a point of trusting God more than I trusted the man.

SID: So you decided to get married again?

FAYE: We did it again.

SID: How long have you been married now?

GARY: Oh we’re now married 33 years.

FAYE: 33 years.

GARY: …with 9 months off for bad behavior.

SID: (laughs) and you know. What do you two do now?

GARY: Well, we’ve been pastoring now for 20 years.

SID: How many Bible colleges or schools have you set up?

GARY: Oh we’ve opened up now over 390 some Bible colleges and this next year we’ll open another 200.

SID: Were you fearful though? Even though you saw the changes in Gary? Were you fearful to go back to him?

FAYE: Absolutely.

SID: Because maybe he’d take another joint and you’d be right back where you were?

FAYE: Absolutely, but I had to trust the Lord more than I could trust him; and when I did that, the Lord has never disappointed me. The Lord has never failed me. The Lord has never let go. And that’s where my trust has been for the past…well we were divorced in 1975.And that’s where my trust has been ever since then.

SID: You know if there’s hope for Gary and Faye, of course there’s hope for you. And you may say, “Well I don’t love the man.”I bet you said I don’t love him anymore.

FAYE: Well of course.

SID: And you didn’t, but you didn’t even know what love is did you?

FAYE: No, not as a kid.

SID: And you know what? You don’t even know what love is. You say “Well I don’t feel like I love my husband. I don’t feel like I love my wife anymore. You don’t even know what love is. I tell you that God has chosen your spouse out of all the people on the face of this earth. And I’m going to tell you something else; you divorce your spouse and you get married again. You will find that same thing you didn’t like in that new person. So make it easy on yourself. Besides that there’s no one better and I’m telling you, this is your moment to decide make a quality decision. Make a quality decision first; not about your spouse but about God. Come to know him. Tell him you want to; it’s not a religious thing I’m talking about. It’s intimacy with him. Religion is the best thing we have when we don’t have intimacy. Intimacy is far better. It’s knowing he loves you. Just reach out to him. You’re hurt; you’re a very hurt person. He knows that he’s the only one, the only one that cares. And I tell you, as you change, your spouse is going to change. And the most wonderful life is ahead. Look what Gary and Faye would have missed if Gary hadn’t held onto the word of God. Hold on to the word of God. The word of God says what God has put together, let no man put asunder. Get to know your heavenly Father. Oh does he love you.

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December 31st, 2010 at 10:57 am

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Our Guest Suzy Harbinson

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SID: Hello, Sid Roth your investigative reporter here with Suzy Harbinson. Suzy was a child prodigy.How old were you when you first started playing a musical instrument?

SUZY: Two.

SID: Two years old? How could you…? What did you play?

SUZY: The piano.

SID: So tell me, how does a two year old even spread out to play the keys?

SUZY: Well my mother was a music teacher; very gifted musician herself.She actually sang vocals, opera back in the late 50’s, early 60’s, on radio nd got me into it; and sat me down at the piano that my father bought, and taught me.And I was very receptive.

SID: Now did you love it? Or did you say I want to go and do what the other kids do? I mean at two years old…

SUZY: I loved it. I loved it.

SID: Really?

SUZY: I have that ability to hear a song and then imitate it without any music.

SID: Would you just pray for me right now, because I can’t even sing!

SUZY: I can’t carry a tune either, but whatever music I hear in my ear,I can translate that to my instrument.And all I’m doing is just adding another layer upon the music that I hear in a way that just touches people.

SID: But you were a violinist with the New Hampshire Philharmonic.

SUZY: Yes.

SID: Sounds impressive to me.

SUZY: I played back in 1981 and ‘82 and I was going to college at the time.And I was working in a hotel for extra money on the weekends.And I was carrying a rack of glasses, champagne glasses and I slipped on the floor.And I cut the tendons and the nerves to my left index finger and my thumb, all the way around.

SID: Well as a violinist that’s not very good.

SUZY: That ended my career or any possible hopes of playing.I also had surgery afterwards.

SID: But wait, did you realize how bad it was when it happened? Or did you think well?

SUZY: No I realized;I couldn’t move my hand at all.It was crippling.And after having the surgery, the first surgery I developed adhesions or scar tissue in my hand so that I couldn’t make a full fist.I didn’t have the dexterity or the mobility to move my fingers.Then about a year later,I had my second surgery microsurgery to heal the nerve damage because I had no feeling.I couldn’t even hold a glass of water.I had to concentrate or else the glass would fall out of my hands.

SID: You must have cried every time you held the glass.

SUZY: I was very angry.And I put my violin away and didn’t touch it again.

SID: Now your mother, you told me, was an accomplished musician, singer, but what did she think about this? What did she feel? It must have crushed her more than you.

SUZY: She was devastated for me, as a parent you know. Of course,she was devastated that I had such a loss and a loss that I loved.And I was just so angry that I just said, well I’ll move on with my life; put my violin away, wound up getting married.I have two daughters, very precious and I didn’t pick up the violin again.

SID: Medically, what did the doctors say?

SUZY: The doctors told me that after the second surgery that the nerves; they tried to repair them; if they were to grow back,I would get sensation and feeling in my hand after two years.After two years, nothing, you pretty much get what you get.

SID: Did you have faith at that point that after two years the feeling would come back?

SUZY: No.I actually went through several months of physical therapy to try to get the circulation and the muscles moving again.And that did improve a little, however, no feeling.I actually used to take pins and stick them in my hand just so that I could see if I could get a sensation in that part of my hand, and nothing;so I know it was basically no hope.After five years: nothing.I didn’t even try at that point.I said you know I’ve got to live with this abnormality in my hand and crippling; just learn to go on but it saddened me.

SID: That was an important part of your life.

SUZY: Absolutely.

SID: Now did you go to the synagogue? Did you pray? You come from a Jewish background.

SUZY: I come from a Jewish background.I was raised Jewish in a conservative home; and Iwent Hebrew school; had a bat mitzvah; believed in God, but only to the degree that God was clear on the other side of the universe, and why should he help me? But through other things that happened in my life as time went on;I actually went through a divorce which is very, very painful to me; and that’s how I found the Lord.

SID: You know pain.

SUZY: I know pain.

SID: You know pain because of what happened to the gift that God gave you; and you know pain because of divorce.You know what I have found out? That it’s almost like the devil has a little bit of insight that someone has something special from God and tries to either snuff out their life, or in Suzy’s case, he literally stole that gift that she had.And it was a gift.Imagine she could just hear something and then play it on her violin.What a gift!But I’ll tell you something, there’s something so supernatural that’s about ready to happen to you.Don’t you dare go away!We’ll be right back.

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December 21st, 2010 at 11:23 am

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Sid Roth welcomes Peggy Joyce Ruth

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SID: Hello. Sid Roth here with Peggy Joyce Ruth, and Pat and Dell Hicks had what is called a Thanksgiving miracle. Why? Because it happened on Thanksgiving. There was no hope because Dell went down in a plane in the Atlantic. The water is freezing. There’s sharks swimming around. He totally passes out. Everyone gave up on him, but he didn’t give up. He knew the promises of Psalm 91. And his wife didn’t give up. Even though they tried to get her to give up, she knew the promises of Psalm 91. And as you witness this Thanksgiving miracle I believe God has many, many more miracles for you in Psalm 91. Let’s take a look.

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Dell Hicks: I left the Bahamas on Tuesday on a twin engine airplane. I was on my way to Fort Lauderdale to attend a friend’s funeral right before Thanksgiving. I was on the airplane with a deep sea diver, attorney and his wife, and the pilot, and the dog.

Narrator: Neither Dell Hicks nor the four other people on the plane that day have any idea what was about to happen next.

Dell Hicks: I looked out the window and I seen one engine go out and I noticed that the pilot was very concerned.

Narrator: The pilot realized the trouble they were in. He called for the passengers to help by throwing some of the non-essential things off the plane to lighten the load. Then the unthinkable happened. At five p.m. the second engine went down. They were 20 miles from land as the plane began to plunge into the frigid Atlantic Ocean.

Pilot: Everybody hang on. Brace yourself. We’re going down.

Dell Hicks: When the second engine went out there was so much confusion on the plane that the pilot forgot to put out a May Day signal.

Pilot: Brace yourselves.

Narrator: It was a miracle that the plane didn’t break into pieces. Instead, the pilot was able to glide it down on top of the ocean surface as if landing on solid ground. Miraculously the ocean had suddenly become extremely smooth and calm.

Pat Hicks: We were waiting at the airport for Dell to come in and the plane didn’t come in. The time went on by and it was that night, the next thing we knew it was Wednesday, and the next thing we knew it was Thursday morning. It had been about a total of 40 hours. We had not had the first word from anybody about what had happened to the airplane.

Narrator: The news media reported that this was one of the largest search operations in the history of that region. Yet night after night there was no sign of the plane or any survivors.

Dell Hicks: The plane went down about 25 miles from Bimini and the five us were very cold in the salty water.

Narrator: One of the passengers was an expert deep sea diver who for the first time ever brought his swim gear with him on his return to the states. He was able to dive into the water and find the airplane. He returned to the surface with his wetsuit and other diving gear. He also brought back some life vests.

Dell Hicks: I did not have time to be afraid. I was only trying to survive.

Pat Hicks: It was a miracle Dell didn’t freeze to death in those waters. It was an unusually cold time and the weather was in the 50s. The water temperatures were in the 60s, I believe. One of the news anchors there in Miami happened to be a professional diver, put on his wetsuit, went down to the bay and they showed it on the news that he was coming out of the water. He told the news media he could not stand that water even with his wetsuit on. And this is what they were all enduring out there in the water for those hours.

Dell Hicks: I think what really gave me hope was that my wife and I had been studying Psalm 91, and God said He would give his angels to charge over me, and He did.

Narrator: The attorney gave up and dived the following morning after the crash. They held on to his body, hoping to give him a decent burial once they were rescued. Then a 10-foot tidal shark smelled the body and began to close in on them.

Dell Hicks: We released the body and thank God the shark did not attack us. The water was so cold that my one leg had cramped and I couldn’t use it, and I would just throw up my hand and praise God for His help.

Narrator: Later that afternoon, the attorney’s wife died. Dell passed out and remained unconscious.

Pat Hicks: That night I finally laid down and went to sleep. But just after I dozed off I heard in my spirit to get up and confess the Lord of God over Dell. I started confessing, “Yes Lord, I confess Dell Hicks is rescued safe and sound. With my heart I believe Dell is rescued safe and sound.” And then I called my pastor and his wife answered the phone, and I said, “Can’t you feel it? Can’t you feel that whatever has happened to Dell is over.” I said, “It’s over.” And I didn’t know it, but she turned to her husband and she said, “Pat’s lost it. We’d better get over there.” [laugh]

Narrator: Danny, the diver, told the pilot to stay with Dell. Danny began to swim back to shore to get help. He was swimming from nine o’clock that evening to about eight o’clock the next morning. It was a miracle that he finally reached the shore and got help. The Coast Guard sent out by helicopter on a search for the pilot and Dell, based on the information given by Danny, the diver.

Dell Hicks: I was unconscious and I got separated from the pilot and when the Coast Guard flew over me they thought I was dead.

Narrator: The Coast Guard’s policy is that if a person is dead they continue to search for the living. One of the men of the Coast Guard looked down at the apparently lifeless body of Dell. Knowing that they would have to pass over him and try to find the pilot, the guardsman said:

Coast Guardsman: Lord, if he’s alive, let him move something.

Narrator: A miracle happened. On queue, Dell’s arm suddenly lifted up for the Coast Guard to see.

Pat Hicks: I believe it was an angel that lifted Dell’s arm. It just had to be an angel.

Narrator: After lifting Dell to safety the Coast Guard found the pilot alive, too.

Pat Hicks: We know that God did a miracle for us in this circumstance surrounding this airplane crash. His word is true and we have really studied Psalm 91 for a long number of years. We’ve depended on the verses, especially the verses that say, “He’s given his angels charge over us to keep us in all of our ways.” He says in the last three verses that, “Because you’ve set your love upon me. Therefore when you call upon me, I’ll hear you, I’ll answer you and deliver you, and with long life will I satisfy you.” His word is true. It’s always true. We lived it then and we live in it now. We thank God so much for His love. Amen.

Dell Hicks: Amen.

Pat Hicks: Amen.

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December 15th, 2010 at 3:18 pm

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Sid Roth welcomes Pastor John Kilpatrick

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Sid: Now my guest has every reason to be red hot for the Messiah because he pastored the great Brownsville revival over four million people from all over the world.  Many of them repented and came back to their first love.  Many of them were born again.  Many of them entire ministries entire lives were transformed.  It affected young it affected old and he could rejoice forever in Heaven over what happened.  But lightning has struck again, July 23rd 2010 there was a conference at a Church he was now pastoring, I’ve never heard throughout the history of revival of someone that has shepherd a great worldwide revival and then the revival comes back to another location and that’s exactly what happened.  And the thing that I have found so exciting Pastor John Kilpatrick is it’s a second generation revival.  And what I mean by that some of the key people that God has raised up to partner with you in this revival were part of the Brownsville revival.  For instance tell me about the worship leader.

Pastor John: Well Lidia Stanley came to us the first time with her parents when she was eleven years old and I interviewed her at Brownsville and she was so growny acting.  She just felt like a little adult and I interviewed her and she was so cute.  Everybody remembers Lidia but she was so impressed by Lindale and his worship leading that she picked up the keyboard and she started playing keyboard and she began to write songs.  Today she is our worship leader and she is absolutely phenomenal.  I have never seen anybody able to lead worship effortlessly like she does.  She just opens her mouth and it just comes out.  It’s no strain, it just comes out and it’s heavenly, it’s powerful and it’s anointed but its heavenly.

Sid: Will your revival be going on when the rapture occurs?  I know that that is a presumptuous thing for me to ask you but I have to ask you that.  What do you believe?

Pastor John: I think it probably will.  I really do, I think that there is going  to be places, pockets around the world that things are going to be so bad in the world I believe that God’s going to encourage His people.  Because they’ll know that there are places where they can go and be with people of like precious faith and be touched and be healed and be empowered.

Sid: So you were handpicked to shepherd this revival, look you already had experience doing that.  Lydia was raised in revival.  Handpicked to lead worship in revival and I find it fascinating about the evangelists that God raised up.  I mean a few years ago he was into drugs and alcohol and tell me about Nathan Morris.

Pastor John: Nathan was he’s the son of a pastor in Great Britain.  His Dad’s pastored there for many years.  He has been a powerful prayer warrior; his father has but Nathan, when he turned like sixteen and seventeen he just went into the world.  He went and got hooked on drugs.  He was living with a woman, a young lady and as far away from God as you could possibly be and his Dad came to Brownsville was powerfully touched and brought some videos home with him.  Nathan came home for a visit; his folks were not home and started watching the videos.  And the power of God knocked him in the floor, just absolutely collapsed in the floor under the presence of God.  And the Lord spoke to him and told him, if you don’t come to me today, he said I won’t be coming back this way toward you anymore.  I won’t be drawing you by my Spirit anymore if you don’t come to me today.  He repented, he got saved, got filled with the Spirit of God and the fire of God came on him.  I mean literally the fire of God came on the man.  And he had the fire on him for just weeks upon weeks.  And the Lord gave him the gift of healing and signs and wonders.  The thing that sets this revival apart, even from Brownsville is that we had some miracles in Brownsville but the miracles here are very frequent very prevalent night after night.  Brain tumors disappearing even in children.  We got the x-rays before and after.  Lupus healed, cancers healed, the lame are walking, the blind are seeing and the deaf are hearing.  I’ve seen it with my own eyes.  I’m just astounded at how God is using this young man.

Sid: Now, when I, as you know, I went to Brownsville, many times to that revival and there was a tangible manifest presence of God.  The Glory of God was in Brownsville.  How does the Glory that is going on in Daphne, Alabama compare?  I would say on September the 13th which was a Friday night we were still in Daphne Civic Center at that time.  I would say that was the most holy service I have ever been in.  I wouldn’t say that it was the most powerful service I have ever been in, but it was the most holy service I have ever been in.  Nobody would even approach the platform the pulpit for two hours and forty five minutes.  The Spirit of God would come in waves that would take your breath almost.  And it was so powerful at times it would grow holy quiet and not even a baby would cry in that large crowd.  I mean the people talked about it for weeks and then just a couple of Friday nights ago, over here at the convention Center at Mobile the power of God came in and I think it may have been the most powerful presence of God I have ever felt in a service, in a congregational service.  So the presence of God is here and it just about powerful and sometime indescribable way.

Sid: Now people that went to Brownsville left and took the Glory with them.  Some people I mean, my friend Pastor Steve Gray went to Brownsville, comes back to his church and he had the great Smithton revival.  Are things like that happening now with this move of God’s Spirit?

Pastor John: They really are and you know revival is breaking out in minster’s churches when they are going home and some of the same miracles that is happening here now are beginning to happen in their ministries and they never had miracles before.  There is something about being in the presence of an anointing that you absorb something.  I can’t explain it but when you go home those very things begin to happen.  It is just like you absorb something in your spirit, in your DNA and when you go home it oozes out of you and it begins to affect people.  But healings are taking place, I won’t go into details on this one but there was another major healing took place just in the last week or so.

Sid: Oh, yes you are, I want to hear about it, please.

Pastor John: Well a pastor was here and heard about the Delia situation and actually saw it and saw her walking that night and went home and a woman that was in a car wreck and she is paralyzed from the neck down, chin down.  And she got up and began to walk, even though she was paralyzed in a wheel chair.  I was just told about this yesterday when I was on a Christian program being interviewed the pastor told me about it.  About his friend who came down and went home and miracles began to break out there.  I’m hearing about that happening regularly and I really think, Sid, God is showing up and revival usually happens in the most desperate of times.  I believe that God is showing up and He’s convincing  his church, showing His people that although health insurance maybe a problem, health care you may be worrying about that, but I want you to know I can take care of you.  I don’t care what is wrong with you I can take care of you.  And I really believe that before the coming of Christ that God is going to show the church again that He is the great physician, that He has a health care plan for His people.  And it has brought such peace and such confidence to people when they see these miracles.  People are just in awe when they leave out of here.  It is like when they get out of their car to come to revival, they don’t know when they go back to their car several hours later what would have happened in that period of time.  That’s the way it is night after night we don’t know night after night what God is going to do next.  I just seeing so many things happening with my own eyes, there are timesI mean I just have to make sure my jaw is closed, because….

Sid: You said something very very powerful and you said that God wants the believers in the world to see the miraculous before He returns, but I always felt where the greatest darkness is, you can see the greatest light.  Were coming into a time in the history of planet earth where were beginning to see great darkness, the prophets are talking about it.  It is coming sooner than anyone even dares think and if we can move from being servants to friends of God.  If the average Christian can hear God’s voice and have God explain mysteries in their life.  Mysteries having to do with their personal life their investments, their relationships, what should they purchase, whether they’re supposed to move or not.  I also believe many that prophesized about the great wealth transfer, the wealth of the sinner is stored up for the righteous.  You had a Word from God and he told you this October 2009, what was that Word?

Pastor John: Yeah, all mysteries would be revealed, the Lord gave me that message and the Lord said I don’t call you servants anymore in the scripture he said because the servants carry out the orders of their master and the Lord said that I’m trying to move you from that mentality of just obeying Me and looking at me in that realm.  I want to you to look at me as your friend and I want to share My heart with you.  I want to share my secrets with you.

Sid: In other words, did you hear that?  God said to him, all mysteries will be revealed before I return and that is why we are having shot of seeing all of these physical healings.  Can you picture having such a friendship with God that every mystery in your life he would reveal to you and show you direction?  Pastor John it plain doesn’t matter how dark the world gets if you have that type of relationship with God.

Pastor John: And God’s speaking to His people, and people are beginning to hear the voice of the Lord clearer than they ever heard.  You know as technology increases, you know there are satellites’ now that can read license plates of any car in just about any car anywhere in the world.  Technology has really increased.  How tragic it would be if technology of the spirit world, as far as believers was concerned would not increase and keep in tandem with the natural.  God is speaking more clearly today than He has ever spoken.  Prophets are seeing more clearly than they have ever seen their hearing more clearly than they have ever heard.

Sid: But Joel says in the last days the average person will hear God’s voice and move in these…ah, were out of time.  I want to send you these three teachings CDs that will equip you in how to move from servant to friend.

Written by sidroth

December 8th, 2010 at 1:27 am

Posted in Its Supernatural