-Sid Roth: Revival Breaking Out Among the Jewish People

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Messianic leader Sid Roth believes that Revival is breaking out among the Jewish People in the U.S. and he sites some of the evidence he has recently observed.

He goes on to assert that he believes that a Jewish revival is the key to unleashing a major Gentile harvest:

"From a spiritual viewpoint, it’s going to cause an explosion. Or I like the way Paul says it [in Romans 11:12], if it was a blessing when Jewish people rejected their Messiah, how much greater blessing when they receive their Messiah. It’ll be life from the dead, resurrection power. I think it’s going to release a resurrection power and miracle-working power in the church like we haven’t seen in our lifetime."

"Paul says the reason Jesus came was to break down the middle wall of separation between Jew and gentile [and] to form a new species of being that will be the dwelling place of God. Well, I feel the church is incomplete without Jewish believers, and the church is incomplete without gentile believers. Each brings a special spiritual DNA to the table to make the complete dwelling place for God.”

"When the Tabernacle of David, or as it says in Hebrew, the ‘family’ of David is restored, or the Jewish people, [Amos 9] describes the greatest gentile revival the world has ever seen. So I see these Jewish people coming to the Lord, entering the church [and] forming the one new man to catapult the greatest gentile revival in history worldwide. That’s my vision. That’s what I believe."

Response: Wow, incredible! Let it be Lord and bring it on.               *Top 

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