It's Supernatural

With your host Sid Roth

Our Guest Karen Wheaton

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SID: Hello. Sid Roth here. Welcome to my world where it’s naturally supernatural. Do you know, it’s going to be so natural to walk in the supernatural that we are going to see the same works that Jesus did and that’s when he said, “Even greater works.” I have a problem and I need God’s help with this problem. Now some people say, Sid, you really have problems. No. I need God’s help with this particular problem. My guest is Karen Wheaton and I was talking with her at dinner, and this woman has so many amazing supernatural experiences with God. I want her to share them. But this woman is such a broken vessel being used for God that when she sings the Glory of God will go right into your living room, right into this studio. So what to do. God help. You know Karen, the Bible says that the gentile believers will provoke the Jew to jealousy. You don’t realize this, but you are so provoking me to jealousy. Listen to this. Five generations of parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, all the way back five generations that know God and believe in the miraculous. Tell me one quick story about your mother’s favorite miracle or the one that was your favorite that you heard about.

KAREN: My mother has had so many miracles. When my sister was two years old, she was dying in a hospital in Michigan. And Mother saw the condition of her little girl. She said that she turned around, went to the house, opened the basement door to go downstairs, made up her mind. She said, Mother said, “When I opened that door, with every step I took walking down to the basement, I thought to myself it does not matter how many days I’m in this basement. It doesn’t matter how many meals I miss, I will not come out of this basement until I have a miracle.” And she said the amazing thing was that it didn’t take days, even though her mind was made up for days. She said, “When my knees touched the floor the Holy Ghost came and spoke through my mouth and said, ‘I’ve come to thee.'” She said, “I got up and went back to the hospital and my little girl asked for a drink of water, and was healed miraculously by the power of God.”

SID: That’s normal. I wish the whole world was normal, normal as defined by the Bible. When you were eight years old, you started speaking in supernatural languages. Describe to me in just a moment what you felt like.

KAREN: I saw my mother, my grandmother filled with the Holy Spirit. I wanted that power in my life. And as an eight-year-old child I sought Him on a Sunday night, on a June summer night in Hamilton, Alabama, with my hands lifted in that altar, I can remember like it was last night, Sid, with tears rolling down my face, with a hunger saying, “Oh God, fill me with the Holy Ghost. Fill me with the Holy Spirit.” I had a little lady sitting next to me going, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah. I didn’t know anything about that. You got to be raised traditional.

SID: No, you have to be Jewish. Hallelujah, praise the Lord.

KAREN: [laughing] All right. You got me. I can tell you this though. Jesus said, “Out of your belly would flow a river of living water.” And let me tell you, children don’t get a junior Holy Ghost. They get the same spirit that raised Christ Jesus from the dead. I can tell you the moment he came into me and he began to flow through me like a river, I spoke in a language not my own, but a language of the Spirit.

SID: Did you hear that? Eight years of age. I’m going to release you to worship God with every fiber of your being. The song is, “I Have to Believe.” And you see, the words that you’re going to hear are a necessity for you. I have to believe because everything that I have seen that God has done for me. Karen Wheaton, “I Have to Believe.”

KAREN: [music, singing]: I have to believe that He sees my darkness. I have to believe. He knows my pain. I have to lift up. My hands to worship, worship. His name I have to declare  that He is my refuge. I have to deny that I am alone, I have to lift up my eyes to the mountain. It’s where my help comes from. Oh yeah. He said that He’s forever faithful. He said that He’s forever true. He said that He can move mountains. If He can move mountains He can move my mountain. He can move your mountain, too. Oh, I have to stand tall when the wind blows me over. I have to stand strong. When I’m weak and afraid, I have to grab hold, ahold of the garments, the garments of praise. I know, I know, I know ’cause He said that He’s forever faithful and He said that He’s forever true. He said that He can move mountains. If He can move mountains. He can move my mountain, He can move your mountain, too.  I have to sing praise when the hour is midnight. He unlocks these chains that bind up my soul, my sin and my shame. He has forgiven and made me whole. Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, cause He said that He’s forever faithful, and He said that He’s forever true. He said that He can move mountains, He said that He can move mountains, He said that He can move mountains. If He can move mountains He can move my mountain. He can move your mountain, too…

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