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Our Guest Mike Bickle

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SID: Mike, you say that one of the most relevant scriptures at this moment in history is Psalm 2.

MIKE: Right.

SID: Why?

MIKE: I would say the most relevant prophetic scripture, meaning prophesying what’s coming, in Psalm 2, I think it is the most, and I’m a pretty eager student of End Time prophecy, the various chapters, I think this is the most relevant one for this hour of history, particularly in the western world, but really the whole world. And it’s because King David described a time where the kings of the earth and the rulers of the culture would raise their fist and challenge him, and say we’re going to drive the influence of the Word of God out of the culture, and we challenge you, the kings of the earth, across the earth.

SID: I see why you say that.

MIKE: It’s happening right now like no time in history. And I wrote a book on it called “God’s Answer to the Coming Crisis”. The crisis, there is a spiritual resistance against the Word of God and many in the church are becoming silent on the issue of the authority of the Word of God, the issues that are prevalent in our society and our culture to take a stand. And then, so Psalm 2, David describes the crisis, then he describes God the Father’s answer to the crisis. It’s remarkable. I’m not going to go into it right now, but a great revival is coming. Then it describes Jesus’s answer to the Father’s answer. And then after that, King David comes along and says, “Did you hear what the king said to the Father and what the Father said back, and what the son said to the Father?” And it gives us Holy Spirit insight to how God feels and what he’s doing, what Jesus is doing, how we’re to respond, and how intense the crisis is going to be. But here’s an overall message. We’re not to be shocked by the rising tide against the Word of God. We’re not to be intimidated, we’re not to be fearful. We’re to be bold and strong, and clear about what’s happening, and Psalm 2 lays it out masterfully. But if you don’t really know this psalm and you read it real quick, you won’t catch it, because I read it for years and didn’t quite catch it, but it’s really got depth to it.

SID: Tell me about the greatest outpouring of God’s spirit, a neck was just healed, the greatest outpouring of God’s spirit, greater even than the Book of Acts. What do you see? Tell me about it.

MIKE: I’ll give you the shortest answer of the biggest answer and I’ve got a big one. I believe that the miracles of Moses, the ten plagues of Egypt, and the miracles of the Apostles, the Book of Exodus, the Book of Acts, are going to be combined and multiplied on a global level. And I’ve got a number of Bible verses to back this up. The miracles of Moses, they were miracles in the created order, you know, where the sun and the darkness, and the water turned to blood, and the miracles of the Book of Acts, healing, salvations, they’re going to be combined and multiplied on a global level. And again, I could talk in a couple of hours on this subject using the Bible, but I’m just giving you my short answer.

SID: You know, there is a dumbing down of an area that you say is very important to God. This dumbing down unfortunately is in many churches and it’s called holiness. Tell me about what God feels is holy?

MIKE: I call it happy holiness because it’s not drudgery. We don’t pay the price to be holy, but we agree with God’s heart that’s filled with the light and joy, and goodness, and we agree with his leadership, and it liberates our heart. It’s the place of safety. It’s the place of vibrancy in our spirit, too. Holiness is the gift of God when we pursue this, but it’s been presented as an old fashioned drudgery that we kind of grit our teeth and agree with God, like, no, he’s the most beautiful, delightful being. His leadership is perfect. When we agree with him we get liberated from things that dull our spirit, that capture us, that steal the light out of our relationship with God. And so I call it happy holiness that’s based on enjoying God, delighting in his presence and delighting in God delighting in us.

SID: Pray right now, quickly, for first love to come back to those that want it. If you want your first love back, if you, studio audience, want your first love back, raise those holy hands to a holy God and you pray in the camera, please.

MIKE: Revelation, Chapter 2, Verse 4, Jesus said, “A great revival on Ephesus.” He said, “You have a great revival, but this I have against you. You don’t love me like you used to.” Revelation, and that’s the first love passage. Father, I ask you by the Holy Spirit, right now, to revive hearts. I ask for a restoration of the vibrancy and the adventure of restored love. I ask for the miracle of the recovered heart of a believer who feels dulled and bored in their walk with you. I ask for the adventure. I ask you for the delight, the exhilaration of when God moves on our heart for us to love God. So Holy Spirit, we know it takes God to love God. And I ask you, Holy Spirit, move on us, reveal the beauty of Jesus, reveal the delight of who you are and awaken our heart to love you the first and the great response of the human heart in this age, in Jesus’s name. Amen.

SID: Now let me remind you, if you want to see the extended content of this program with Mike, all you have to do, I can’t wait for you to share those things that Bob Jones just told the two of you, all you have to do is log onto SidRoth.org. It’s so easy.

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