Sid Roth

"It's Supernatural"

Our Guests Adam Thompson and Adrian Beale

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SID: Adrian, you touched on it a little bit in the first segment. Tell me about why we should pay attention to numbers and names, and things like that.

 

ADRIAN: Sid, I believe that encoded in those numbers is a key that God wants us to open. You know, it’s just like you said before, when a number repeats itself and you see it all over the place, particularly in those situations, because the Bible says “By the mouth of two or three witnesses let every word be established.”

 

SID: And you talked about even names that keep coming up. Explain that.

 

ADRIAN: Names are so important. They’re not just a label on a person. And normally they call the root of the name or the etymology of the name has some significance in a person’s life. And so often God will speak to you through street names, company names, trucking names, and so on. And so when those things occur, I like to dabble and go deeper to find out what the root of that name means so it can become more powerful in what God is saying to us.

 

SID: And Adam, I mean, since I’ve been a baby believer all these years, every time I look around I’ll see a license, and I’m not looking for it, it just happens, 777, sometimes four sevens, but usually three sevens. And even on my Israeli passport, I couldn’t believe it, I opened it up, it said “777”. I’m glad you did this book with symbols. If I had your book I’d just look it up, but I don’t have it yet. What would you say God is trying to tell me.

 

ADAM: It can mean, for you personally, it could mean that you’re coming into a greater level of heavenly counsel of wisdom, so, that’s what 777 can mean. But I do also believe, and recently I had a dream of the spirit of Elijah. I believe that God is calling you into that realm, Sid, where there is that spirit of Elijah. You’re going to be a part of that where it’s going to prepare the platform for the Second Coming.

 

SID: You know Adam, there are even small things that are signs from God. Tell me the story about the ladybug.

 

ADAM: There was this unusual sign of this ladybug walking up and down my left thigh. I’m driving along and I was pretty exhausted. In Australia there’s a saying, “Like a stung mullet.” So the Lord said to me, “What do you see?” And I’m looking at this ladybug, and ladybugs actually preserve fruit. They protect the fruit from aphids. And pretty much what this was, the Lord was sending me a sign that he is strengthening me with an angel. I had this revelation that God was sending me an angel. See, on the left thigh, it means, symbolically, it means physical strength. The right thigh means spiritual strength. I had to just pray in the Holy Ghost and call it in. See prayer is actually prophetic and I had to pull it in from the unseen world and agree, and he sent his angels, and strengthen me. All of a sudden, I felt completely charged. I felt like the Energizer bunny. I felt completely full of energy ready for the next meeting, because I had to go to the next meeting as soon as I came home.

 

SID: Now, were you asking for that or did it just happen?

 

ADAM: It just came from left field. It was like, it was an unusual incident. And that’s how we can discern these things. It’s something that you, it’s not something that’s common. It’s something that’s unusual that happens, and you go, I haven’t seen that for years, or it might be a rare occurring thing, and you go, that’s too much of a coincidence.

 

SID: Well speaking of things that are kind of out of the ordinary, even God will even use sounds on a cell phone. Adrian, explain.

 

ADRIAN: I was traveling to minister in two churches, one morning, very early start, 5:00 in the morning, traveling in the car. And I heard the sound that my phone, the alert that my phone makes when it gets a text. I looked into my phone and there was no text there, so I knew instinctively that perhaps God was going to speak to me. At that point in time, playing on the MP3 or the iPod in the car, playing in the car was the testimony of Smith Wigglesworth. And what it revealed was that Smith Wigglesworth had once backslidden and that he used to tease his wife Polly when she came home from her meetings, and that was something that I never heard before. It was a revelation to me. I Tweet, because I had a phone call earlier that week from the pastor of the second church I was speaking in, and she told me that her son-in-law hadn’t been to church for six months, and in some sense he was backslidden. And so I went, ah, I think God is asking me to make reference to this story of Smith Wigglesworth as I shared at the second church. And as I shared, I wove Smith Wigglesworth’s testimony to what I shared in the second church.

 

SID: That takes boldness to do that.

 

ADRIAN: Exactly right. Adam describes it like you’re walking the plank and suddenly you get to the end of the plank, and then suddenly Jesus comes and does what he does. And so as I shared, I closed the meeting with rounding out. I said, “Anybody that what I shared, if you got to come forward, I’d love to pray with you.” And there would have been at least a dozen people that came forward. I was expecting the pastor’s son-in-law to be the one who would respond. And so when the first person was a woman, quite a tall woman with long gray hair, I was shocked when she said, “I’m the one.” So I said to her, “You’re the one what?” She said, “I’m the one who wants to rededicate my life to the Lord. Let me tell you a story. I was a nun defrocked by my order and I want to rededicate my life to the Lord.” The next person I came to was a lady with all different colors in her hair: purple, green, yellow, red, and so on. She said, “I’ve just come out of a lesbian relationship. I want to dedicate my life to the Lord.” And as I went down the line through to the pastor’s son-in-law, each person was rededicating their lives to the Lord.

 

SID: Aren’t you glad you took that risk?

 

ADRIAN: Oh I’m so glad I took that risk and incorporated what I felt what God was saying into my message. Incredible what God did that night.

 

SID: You know, when we come back, all of us have had bad dreams. Some of us think, well it was pizza. But some is from God. So what do you do with a bad, I mean a bad, I had one, a bad dream? We’ll be right back.

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