Sid Roth

"It's Supernatural"

Our Guest Becky Dvorak

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SID: Now, some of you, this is a new area, others understand, but I’m telling you, this is lifesaving, essential end time information. Becky Dvorak define the demon of death.


BECKY: The spirit of death. It’s a demon and it’s a deadly demon and it’s out to steal, to kill, and to destroy us in every way possible.


SID: Give me some examples to identify this.


BECKY: A spirit of death would come after someone in the area of incurable rare diseases or someone has reoccurring sickness and disease in their bodies that they just can’t seem to get free of. They have thoughts of suicide or they have murderous terroristic thoughts against other people including abortion, and sometimes people are so bound by a spirit of fear. That’s what a spirit of death does to people and you know that it’s attacking you.


SID: How does this get into people?


BECKY: The spirit of death, it’s real sly, it’s real cunning and it’s looking for a weakness. It’s looking for an entrance into your life, and so if you’re weak in faith in a certain area, it’ll come after you in that manner. Negative emotions are definite open doors to the spirit of death to come in.


SID: What’s the first thing, when we recognize there’s something going on and it isn’t just normal. What do we do?


BECKY: Well, we need to take our authority over it and renounce it. Cut it off from us in the name of Jesus.


SID: How do you do that?


BECKY: Well, an example is to lay your hand on your body and say, “In the name of Jesus, I renounce the spirit of death. I command it out of my body and I release the spirit of life into it in the name of Jesus.”


SID: I have many people that teach based on studying the Bible, Becky teaches based on firsthand experience, but unfortunately she didn’t have anyone teaching her these things. You were on the mission field and you get hit with the worst kind of typhoid that it’s possible. Tell me about that. And you didn’t do nothing. You didn’t know even how to fight it.


BECKY: You’re right. I didn’t know how to fight it. And with typhoid, it’s something that reoccurs in your body and it’s high fevers and it’s very painful and it just totally drains you. It wears you out. And this time it was level four, which was the worst. And I didn’t know what I know today. I didn’t know to come against it. I didn’t know those things. And I remember just laying in my bed in our bedroom and I just reached a point where I just didn’t want to fight anymore. And I just said, “God, take me home.”


God, take me home.


BECKY: And as soon as I said those words, “Take me home, God.” I heard the Lord speak to me in the form of a rebuke. And He said, “Get up.”


Get up.


BECKY: “Get out of bed and get dressed.”


Get out of bed and get dressed.


BECKY: And you know what? It’s what I needed to hear, Sid. And I heard the Lord say again, but not in the form of a rebuke, but in the form of an encouragement, like you can do it. And He said, “Get up, get out of bed and get dressed.”


Get up, get out of bed and get dressed.


BECKY: And it was very ungraceful, very un-lady like I’m telling you, but I just slid out of the bed onto a lump on the floor and I crawled. It took everything within me, but I crawled to that dresser and I got myself dressed. It took a long time, but I got myself dressed and then I crawled to the door and I had to try and reach and open up that door, but I got it open. And then I had to pull myself up in the doorway. But I got myself up and I was leaning against this wall, this hallway, and with every step I’m telling you, I felt strength return to my body. And from that moment on, I never ever had another bout with typhoid. I never had one symptom of it in my body.


SID: You know, Becky, never give up.


BECKY: Amen.


SID: Never give up.


BECKY: Never.


SID: Never give up.


BECKY: Amen.

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February 26th, 2020 at 4:53 am