It's Supernatural

With your host Sid Roth

Our Guest Cleddie Keith

without comments

SID: Okay. Now I know you guys are on the edge of your seat. I want to know what God himself said is the most supernatural prayer on Earth.

 

CLEDDIE: I believe the most supernatural prayer on Earth is Our Father who art in Heaven hallowed be thy name, thy Kingdom come, they will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses, our sins, our debts as we forgive those who trespass against us. Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the Kingdom and the power, and the Glory forever. Sid, I believe that is a supernatural prayer. Anything that is not supernatural is superficial, and I believe Jesus when he was apart from his boys, the disciples, I believe this is what he was praying. I believe when he got up in the morning he was praying the prayer that he told them, “When you pray, pray like this.”

 

SID: But you know, when I hear this prayer like in a congregation it’s part of the ritual. It doesn’t have impact. It doesn’t have meaning. What does it have to you?

 

CLEDDIE: Oh it has meaning because it’s the prayer that changed my life. Number one, I began to pray this prayer because we were believing God to do something in a certain city, in Houston, Texas, in the east end, in the second ward. And we began to pray every day, and I would pray, “Thy Kingdom come” understanding that he was my Father and approaching him like “hallowed be thy name” and praying in his name. I knew that, but I had never prayed, “Thy Kingdom come.” Actually in Greek, and you know this, it means you one stomp foot, you stomp the other foot and you say, “Come thy Kingdom.”

 

SID: You know what, I didn’t know that until I heard what you taught on that. In other words, now do you really do that when you pray? You stomp one foot, you hear that, and he stomps another, and that’s what it means in the Greek. That’s very different than the ritualistic, “Our Father”. How do you pray it?

 

CLEDDIE: I pray it, “Come thy Kingdom, be done thy will.” I literally pray that way. I do it before great crowds of people. I do it in small groups. I get the people to pray like that. It’s a command. And he says, “Pray with the fire of desire.” It was an intense prayer. I was praying with tears. Jesus said this to the disciples said to him, “Teach us to pray like you pray.” Well we know in Hebrews it said that, “With strong cryings and tears he prayed.” With strong cryings and tears. I’m telling you there was a lot of times I prayed with tears and there were tears of unbelief. You could have floated in a battleship with them. But when I began to pray, “Come thy Kingdom, be done thy will,” and it was with earnest and some urgency, and the fire of desire, things began to happen. Miracles began to take place.

 

SID: Okay. You’re driving with your wife in Houston and you began, but you were praying “Thy Kingdom come.” Tell me exactly what you were praying.

 

CLEDDIE: I was praying, “Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done.” And what happened was my wife said, “Somebody needs to work with the young people in Houston.” This was back in the Vietnam War. I didn’t know exactly what was going on. We were going past a school one night and I just looked over to the school, and I said, will God give me that school. I meant give me a breakthrough-where-I-can-minister-to-the-young building. I didn’t want the building. It was all torn down, beaten up. It looked like something out of the 1930s, which it was, and it was a junior high school. And God gave us that school. In the next 48 days, we probably had a thousand young people come to Christ in that school because of the miracle that day. In that school, they had guys that were selling drugs, running drugs. There were mules, they would tie dope to them, send the Miami kids that were 12 and 13 years old to take drugs over to Miami for the cartels at that time. And then they had prostitution rings in a junior high school. And we would take hands full of dope and lay it down on the principal’s desk. I was a young man then. I’m telling you right now, it’s just as fresh today as it was then because when I started praying that prayer I saw the power. You know, a lot of people think that prayer is boring. I’m telling you it’s the most exciting. If they want some romance back in their Christian experience, if you will pray this prayer, God will transform your life: Come thy Kingdom in my home. Come thy Kingdom in my business. God can turn your business around. “Come they Kingdom in the ministry that I’m a part of. In the church, when we pray that way we’re praying an alliance, we’re praying in allegiance and accordance with God’s Word.

 

SID: You had a place, I think you called it the Salt Inn.

 

CLEDDIE: Well it came out of that prayer. It came out of that prayer.

 

SID: And there were times that people wanted to destroy that building. But tell me about that big angel.

 

CLEDDIE: Well what happened, we prayed that. We needed a place because we grew out of the church with the youth. And about four blocks from the church a lady gave us a large house with a three-car garage and an apartment over it, and a duplex. So we had a complex where we could work with the young people. It was like a mini church there. And the kids would come. We’d have 250, 300 kids at night sometimes packed into that house. And what took place is the drug addicts in the area began to be aware of what was going on there.

 

SID: So they want to stop it.

 

CLEDDIE: Yes. And one guy came up, he was going to rob the place, and when he was getting ready to go into the back door, a large angel stood before the door and stopped him in his tracks. He saw the angel. He ran with fear from the place and he went and told every drug addict he knew in the east end of Houston, don’t you go near that place.

SID: Now that’s my kind of favor. When we come back, and this, I have to tell you, Cleddie, this is hard for me to fathom, but they developed a prayer, it was a 30-second prayer. In fact, I’ll tell you its name: Snap. And at the end of 30 seconds people that were high on drugs and alcohol, and addicted were set free. I want to have him teach you that prayer. Be right back.

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