This is a Sid Roth compilation by Steve Kozar. If you've never seen Sid Roth's "It's Supernatural" it's hard to describe it. You find yourself running through the whole gamut of emotions: ranging from anger and grief at the blasphemous garbage and outright charlatanism; to astonishment and disbelief at the bizarre claims of Sid and his guests and the credulity of his audience; to hysterical laughter at the ridiculous buffoonery on display. My wife made the mistake of entering the room with a mouth full of Listerine just after the 10:46 mark. I would warn viewers not to watch this while you are chewing, drinking hot liquids or rinsing your mouth.
Sid Roth and Michael Brown are long time associates and collaborators of our local Israeli NARpostles Asher Intrater, Dan Juster, Eitan Shishkoff and their Tikkun NARpostolic network. You can see them ministering together on numerous occasions even today. Why do these "apostles" and prophets of Tikkun/Revive not see Sid Roth for what he is, and continue to associate with such an embarrassment to the faith? The answer must surely be that ultimately they are cut from the same kind of cloth. This becomes readily apparent from Dan Juster's own personal history of Tikkun Ministries and his obvious adoration of such manifestly false prophets as Bob Jones of the Kansas City Prophets. And let's face it, concern about sound teaching and rebuke of false teachers has never been a high priority in the Charismatic and NAR movements, if it even is priority at all, and that really shows in this case. Quite the reverse in fact; as is revealed by the high-profile charismatic and NAR leaders who rushed to downplay the significance of the pseudoprophetic belly-flop over Covid-19 and refused to apply the biblical tests and resultant epithet of "false-prophet" to these abjects who lied in the name of the Lord.
"But the prophet who presumes to speak a word in my name that I have not commanded him to speak, or who speaks in the name of other gods, that same prophet shall die.’ And if you say in your heart, ‘How may we know the word that the Lord has not spoken?’—when a prophet speaks in the name of the Lord, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word that the Lord has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously. You need not be afraid of him." (Deut. 18:20-22)