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Sid Roth welcomes Diane Nutt

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SID: Sid Roth here with Diane Nutt. Picture perfect family. Church-going.  Wonderful mother. Wonderful wife. But, she is an addict. A crack addict. Diane, you’re ready to do some crack one day, and you hear the voice of God. What does He tell you?

DIANE: Yes. He tells me, immediately, He says, “Diane, if you do this line, you will die.” And Sid, I knew right then and there that I had a choice to make, and if I made the wrong choice, that I would not be here, in the earth, any longer. And so, I brushed the cocaine off, poured out what was in my vial into the commode, and started crying out for help to the Lord. I said, “Lord, help me, help me.” And all of a sudden, I heard the back door open, and it was our 7 year old son had come in. And so, I pulled myself together and got real straight, and I stood there and I looked at him, and he said, “Mommy, somebody was saying ‘Help me, help me.’” And when he said that, something inside of me just grabbed me so deeply. And so he went into the living room, and he laid down. I told him “Everything’s ok Casey. Don’t worry about anything.” And he went and laid down, and then I called my doctor and told my doctor that I’d been up for three days and had been doing cocaine, and he called the ambulance. And then they came and they got me.  And the whole time as the paramedics came in and brought the gurney in, my son was asleep the whole time. And I know that the Lord just protected him from seeing his mother in the condition that she was in.

SID: How did your husband handle finding out that his wife is cocaine addict?

DIANE: Well, he came home, he was out of town. A neighbor called him and he came home and came to the hospital, and I didn’t want to see anybody, because I was so hurt and just hated everything. Didn’t want to be living, had a lot of unforgiveness towards myself, and towards other people. And I didn’t want to see him, and so he made a ruckus in the hospital because he couldn’t get up there to see me.  So then the next thing, the hospital was calling the police, so the police came and got him and took him to jail, and so then he had to call his mother. And here we were, I was in the hospital because of an overdose of cocaine, and my husband was in jail because he had made the ruckus in the hospital about seeing me.

SID: So you work things out, you got back together, everything’s going fine. But now you’re back on drugs again, and you get blackmailed by your drug dealer. So a friend tries to help you out  and goes to the drug dealer that’s blackmailing you, and he’s got a gun. But he didn’t realize that you were going to walk in there and he was about ready to shoot you. And what happened? Accidentally, I mean.

DIANE: Yes, what happened was I was walking down the hallway, and all of a sudden, he said, “Freeze”, and he shot off a .357 Magnum gun. And immediately, an angel stepped right in front of me and kept me from taking the next step.  Because had I taken that step, Sid, the bullet would’ve gone through the temple of my head.

SID: Diane, with all that that went on, how in the world are you still doing drugs? You drive to your drug dealer, you get there before he does, you’re in your car, and all of a sudden something happened. What happened?

DIANE: I was sitting in my car waiting for his shop, waiting for him to get to his shop and open up, and I’m sitting there and I’m looking out the top, because I had a sunroof. And all of a  sudden, the wind just started coming in the tree, and the leaves were rustling. And I sat there, and all of a sudden, I heard a voice, and the voice said to me “Diane, what are you doing here.”

And I sat up and I looked around, and of course there was no one around. And the wind was blowing in the tree, and the leaves were moving. And I said, “I don’t know why I’m here. Lord, help me.” And He said “Diane, start the car, and go back home.” So I started the car, went back home, and called a friend of mine who had been in an accident a year prior to that time, and he had become a paraplegic. He had an accident, he’d gotten involved in drugs as well, and he told me “Diane”…

SID: Doing drugs is a horrible thing.

DIANE: It is, and it’s controlling. It’s so controlling. It just controls your whole body.  And God is the only one who can set you free.

SID: Ok. So you’re talking to your friend, and what did he tell you to do?

DIANE: He told me “Diane, right now, when we hang the phone up, just ask God to forgive you, and forgive yourself. And know that God has a plan for you.” And Sid, right now I just believe that there are people that are watching right now who are prodigal sons and they’re prodigal daughters. And they’re sons and daughters that have been backslidden, and even those who don’t know the Lord. And they’re even smoking right now. There’s someone that’s fixing to snort a line of cocaine. And I’m here today to tell you that God loves you with an everlasting love, and all He’s doing is telling you to come to Him. You don’t have to be ashamed, you don’t have to feel any guilt or condemnation, He just wants you to come to Him and give Him your heart right now, because He loves you dearly.

SID: What happened to you though when this friend of yours prayed?

DIANE: I got off the phone and I got down on my knees, and I asked God to forgive me. And for the first time, Sid, in my life, I forgave myself. And this peace, a peace that I cannot describe, just came and consumed me. And the pain was gone, the desire to have more cocaine was totally gone. And I didn’t even realize until several days later that pain that had been in my body and heart was totally gone.

SID: Did you hear that? Supernaturally totally gone, and such power radiates from her now, wait till you hear the miracles. Be right back after this word.

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January 8th, 2010 at 12:00 pm

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