It's Supernatural

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Our Guest Karen Schatzline

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SID: Someone you know, if you said, “It ain’t over” and they said, “Not for me.” What would you say to them?

 

KAREN: Well I think I would say to you today when the world looks at you and says it’s over, when people say to give up on your children, when people say to give up on your marriage or on your health, when they say it’s over that’s when God steps in and he says, “It’s not over.” He’s just giving you a launching pad for your destiny to launch you into a place of freedom. Because what you go through is a good indication of who you’re called to be. And what you may call a tombstone on earth, God says that’s not a tombstone, it’s just a mile marker of where he’s taking you and the destination he has for you.

 

SID: I like what you say about scars.

 

KAREN: Yes. Because I really believe that scars on earth are testimonies in heaven, because no matter what you go through, don’t let the scars that you have keep you hidden and bound, because what we have to realize is that our scars are proof that we have survived, that we didn’t die where the enemy tried to take us out. That when I look in the mirror and I see the scars that the enemy has tried to take me out with, I can say, you know what, that’s where I survived. That’s where God stepped in and took me out.

 

SID: Karen, explain true bravery to me.

 

KAREN: Okay. Well bravery for me was something that I thought that I could never attain. I thought it was something that was out of my reach. But true bravery, and what I had to come to realize is, true bravery is not the absence of fear. That’s where most people misunderstand. It’s not the absence of fear. It’s the realization that fear has no hold on you when you reside in the presence of the Almighty God.

 

SID: There are a lot of people that feel totally rejected and you like to talk about a woman that felt the same way. Tell me about her.

 

KAREN: Yes. Well there is the woman that I mentioned, the Samaritan woman in the Bible who every day walked this walk of shame to the well. And I find it so amazing that God met her at a well. But what I love is that she was rejected. She was rejected by her community. She was rejected by the people. She was rejected by other women. She was rejected by everyone. But here Jesus was. He showed up at the well with nothing to drink the water with because, here’s why. He wasn’t there for himself. He purposed and set out that day to meet her at the well. He knew there would be a woman coming who was rejected by society. And so many of us, we think we have to earn our way into the presence of God. And God says I’m already there waiting for you. I’m waiting for you in that secret place to meet you. I’m waiting for you, for you just to turn around and see me. So for you that may feel rejected today, that you may feel like that the world has turned their back on you, I want you to know that God would never leave you, never forsake you, never walk out on you. And he’s right there in the midst of whatever you’re going with, and he will never leave you.

 

SID: Now, that’s what God spoke to you about, his desire for these intentional supernatural encounters.

 

KAREN: Yes, that’s right.

 

SID: Dig deep and pray as God directs, right now.

 

KAREN: Lord, I just pray right now for every viewer, for every person that is watching this show, today I pray that right where they’re at, right where they’re sitting, if they’re at work, if they’re in a car line, if they’re at the grocery store, no matter where they’re at, Lord, I pray that you would touch their life right now. Make yourself real to them. Make yourself known to them. Let them see you. Let them hear your voice and let them feel your all-consuming power and your love surround them. Lord, I pray that right now as they’re sitting there watching, Lord, that whatever they’re walking through, whatever they’re facing, Lord, that they will hear you call their name, that they will hear you say, I’m right here with you, and that they will take you by the hand, and they will walk out a journey to freedom as you bring healing and hope, and fulfillment back into their life.

 

SID: Three more words: It ain’t over.

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December 12th, 2017 at 4:25 am

Our Guest Kynan Bridges

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SID: You know what is so wonderful, it’s wonderful that you’re in the presence. It’s wonderful you have all these encounters. But when you teach about it, others do. Tell me about the person that heard your teaching and went into a cancer ward.

 

KYNAN: You know, this is amazing. Every time we teach on the presence, people get activated, people get released, people get reset. They get restored. You know, this is an amazing situation. I was teaching about the presence of God. And there’s a person there hearing the teaching and immediately they catch the revelation. The same day they go into to a cancer ward where a man is dying. He’s on his last leg. The doctors say we can’t do anything to help you. He’s basically on his death bed, a bed of affliction. People have gathered around. This person goes into the ward, lays hands on him and says, “Be healed.” And they walk out of the ward.

 

SID: Now is this guy Jewish, because he had a lot of chutzpah? That’s a Hebrew word, it means nerve.

 

KYNAN: No, they weren’t, but they had a Jewish heart. And they went, and literally, the man’s situation turns around. He completely overcomes the cancer, defies all of the diagnosis that the doctor gave. That’s the power of God’s presence.

 

SID: Now, you used to teach that one of the keys is understanding the story in the Bible about the Mount of Transfiguration.

 

KYNAN: Absolutely. Jesus goes up to the mountain, in the Book of Mark, and he transfigures before them, and he reveals the Glory. Then they see the Glory cloud and they hear the voice from the cloud that says, “This is my son in whom I’m well pleased.” Now, Peter of course, says, “We should build tabernacles here: one for you, one for Moses, one for Elijah.” Jesus comes out of the vision, out of this manifest presence. And they go down to the mountain and there’s a demon waiting on them, a boy afflicted by the devil. Now this is amazing because this is a pattern of the presence for believers. Most people live for the mountain, but Jesus lived from the mountain.

 

SID: Say that again.

 

KYNAN: Most believers live for the mountain. In other words, we live for particular encounters. But Jesus lived from the mountain. In other words, because of God’s presence, when he came down from the mountain, he came down with power and authority, and that’s what God wants us to do, not to live for the presence, that’s great, but to live from it.

 

SID: So, when we have these encounters they’re for a purpose to fulfill our destiny.

 

KYNAN: Absolutely.

 

SID: This fellow, when he went in the cancer ward, if he hadn’t caught the vision and the presence of God, he would just pray for someone and that person would have died.

 

KYNAN: Absolutely. You see, God’s presence changes us. This is so important. It changes every part of our being. That’s why the Bible says Jesus had a transfiguration experience. You know what Sid, that wasn’t for him. That was for the disciples to see because the same word is used in Romans, Chapter 12. It says, “Be transformed by the renewing of your mind” or be transfigured by the renewing of your mind. God wants to transfigure us so that we can walk in power, we can walk in authority, we can walk in dominion, so that when we come down from the mountain every demon in the valley will tremble.

 

SID: Okay. The door is closed. You’re children are asleep. You have, tell me, five children?

 

KYNAN: Five, the number of grace.

 

SID: You have a congregation, the number of grace. I got that. Okay. The door is closed. It’s late at night, just you. What do you do?

 

KYNAN: Hallelujah.

 

SID: How do you worship God?

 

KYNAN: Thank you, Lord. [singing] This is the air I breathe. This is the air I breathe. Your Holy presence living in me. This is my daily bread. Thank you, Jesus. This is my daily bread. Your very word spoken to me and I, I’m desperate for you, Jesus. [singing in tongues]. [talking] Father, we thank you for your presence. In your presence is fullness of joy. In fact, the presence of God is invading the room right now. There’s someone watching, the Spirit of the Lord is touching you. You’re being healed. You’re being restored. You’re being touched by the power and presence of God. Your life will never be the same again. The Holy Spirit wants to come. He wants to touch you. The presence of God wants to manifest in your life. God is calling you to host the presence and to live a transfigured lifestyle so that you’ll never be the same. Hallelujah.

 

SID: Okay. You got your marching orders. I don’t know about you, but if I didn’t have work that I have to finish this day, I would be doing what he was just doing. [singing] I love you, Lord. I worship you. I worship you, Yeshua. You are the King of Kings. You are the Lord of Lords. I worship you, O God. I worship you. I hold your hand. I worship you, Lord. Hallelujah. Hallelujah. Hallelujah. [talking] Oh, what a powerful show.

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December 5th, 2017 at 6:35 am