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Our Guest Judy Jacobs

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SID: You know Cindy, you were recently in Portugal and there were a group of gypsies, you were speaking to them, and one was brought forward who was in the last stages of cancer. What happened?

CINDY: Well it’s very interesting. There was actually a gypsy man who was in the hospital, and yes, just last stages. They were going to see what they could do to help him. And we arrived and they said, “Well this is so sad. What are we going to do?” And so we set a cloth that we prayed over it. It’s amazing. You lay hands on a cloth and the power of God goes into it. So they took him to hospital. The next morning they operated on him, and so when they opened him up, they just closed him back up and because there was no cancer in his body.

SID: You know Cindy, you’re known as an intercessor. But what exactly is an intercessor?

CINDY: Well you know, an intercessor is one that prays more for others, although you can intercede for yourself. But an intercessor is going to hear from God, sit in the presence of God and let him give some instructions to them on how to pray. It’s very important. Don’t just, you can pray petition praying, which is a list you pray. I have lists I pray over every day. There’s five things I pray every day for myself. But I want to say to you it’s very important to pray like militant prayers. I mean, many times we’re very quiet when we pray. That’s great. I pray those kind of prayers. But I remember a story about Gordon Lindsay. Can I tell the story?

SID: Please.

CINDY: It’s such a great story. Let me just talk to you guys here on the camera.

SID: Excuse me. You use a word and I haven’t been able to shake this word, when you talk about this prayer of Gordon Lindsay. It’s called “violent”. You ever heard of violent? You’re about ready to hear about it.

CINDY: Yes. There comes a time in your life where you say enough is enough. There’s a great Spanish word for it: “basta.” I mean, it means no more, that’s it, it’s over. And when sometimes a situation will be in our life and all of a sudden it occurs to us, wait a minute, I have power and authority right here, and I can stop this. And it’s like a holy indignation. There’s something that just comes up from inside of you, and we call it violent, militant intercession, where we just say, “Satan, you will stop! Basta! You are not doing this anymore. It’s over! Your reign is over and your authority.” This is such a good story, such a good story. Well I write in my book, “Possessing the Gates of the Enemy” a training manual for militant intercession. That’s a gutsy subtitle, isn’t it. But anyway, and that Gordon and Freda were in a place, and a woman heard Gordon’s voice, and she said to Freda, Mrs. Lindsay, she said, “Were you in Shreveport on such and such a day, and was he praying those kind of prayers on such and such a day?” Because Gordon said everyone should pray at least one violent prayer every day, at least one, just rev it up there. And so sure enough, Freda taught, “Yes we were.” And she said, “You know, my husband always prayed like an atomic bomb going off. He’d get up at 5 a.m. and just pray these violent prayers that shook hell and populated Heaven through the intercession.” And so anyway, but he did that and he was known for that. And I think that it’s important to pray prayers with authority and declaration, and I’ve heard you pray those prayers, Sid. You believe in that.

SID: Every time I’ve read that story about Gordon Lindsay, don’t you forget that, he believed you should pray one violent prayer per day. If there’s something that you’re so angry with the devil, have you got a child that doesn’t know the Lord? Have you got a child that’s in drugs? I can think of a lot of reasons why you want to pray a violent prayer. But there’s another aspect that this woman does that I want to understand. I understand Satan hates it when you laugh.

CINDY: [laughing] Yes. That’s great. That’s great, Sid. I was casting out demons one time.

SID: No wonder.

CINDY: Yes, it’s a great job. Anyway, I was casting out demons and this demon, all of a sudden I started to laugh and this demon manifested like this. I hate that voice. I hate that voice. I’ve heard that laugh all over the world. Of course, it would just make me laugh more.

SID: Of course.

CINDY: I was just laughing and laughing, and laughing. But Psalm 2 talks about, “The Lord laughs in derision.”

SID: So in effect, you are laughing at the results of what you’ve just accomplished.

CINDY: Yes. If God is going to laugh in the earth realm, he’s going to laugh at us, right, just like he prayed for us through the power of the Holy Spirit. So that’s a great intercession.

SID: You talk about all over the world that when people understand intercessory prayer they can avert a national crisis. Tell me about one.

CINDY: Absolutely. There are so many. Oh I’ll tell you a good one. You know, I always say, people, you need to pray for my husband Mike because, Sid, being married to intercessor is just a different life. I always tell him, Mike, you have more starch in your crown for just being married to me. So I wake this guy out of dead sleep and I say, “Mike, Mike, wake up! There’s going to be a terrorist attack on a plane and it just left! We got to pray right now for it to stop.” Well he kind of like opened one eye ball and kind of rolled over, handed me his hand and we prayed. And it was averted that night. It was the shoe bomber.

SID: I have heard so many stories. You don’t have any idea how much power and authority that God is entrusted to you. But you know, when I hear intercessor I think of someone interceding for someone else. But guess what? If you know how to intercede for someone else you know how to intercede for yourself, for your loved ones, for your job, for your peace, for anything. Is it a boring life being an intercessor?

CINDY: [laughing] Gotcha.

SID: That’s enough. We got the devil. We’ll be right back after this.

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November 7th, 2018 at 5:28 am