Author, investigative reporter, and host of the popular TV show "It’s Supernatural," Sid Roth detailed his personal journey of faith and shared stories of miracles. He recalled taking a meditation course, which would allegedly give practitioners the power to foresee the future, and developed the ability to manipulate his own reality. Roth then began having out of body experiences that he could not control, which terrified him. "I knew there was some evil inside of me," he reflected, "death looked better than life for me." Finally, he prayed to Jesus one night before he went to bed and, when he woke up, Roth felt a tangible presence in his bedroom which he described as "the purest love I've ever experienced in my life." From that moment on, the evil spirits inside of him were gone.
"I hear from God now," he declared, "and when I speak what I hear, miracles happen." Roth explained that after he began traveling and sharing his story with people, he realized that he had the ability to heal members of the audience. He used the example of hearing the work "neck," in the midst of a lecture, so he would request people with neck problems to come to the stage. "I would then touch them, in the name of Jesus, and in every one of them, the pain would go," he claimed. Soon, Roth found that he could just heal the audience members in their seat, which led to him traveling around the country helping those in need. He was careful not to credit himself for this miraculous ability and stressed that he is merely a conduit for God's power.
Over the course of the evening, Roth told a number of stories about people being miraculously healed. One such tale was of a man named Dr. Gary Wood, who was in a terrible car crash and declared dead on arrival at the hospital. After being turned back from Heaven by his friend, who had recently died, Roth said, Wood sat up in his hospital bed and started talking. His nurse was stunned by this development, because he had suffered a crushed larynx in the accident and, therefore, should not have been able to speak. Despite subsequent x-rays which showed the vocal chords were still destroyed, Wood continued to talk with ease. "The man cannot, based on science, speak," Roth marveled, "but he speaks!"
In the first hour, crop circle researcher Patty Greer talked about her experiences investigating the mysterious crop circle phenomenon. Having visited over 100 crop circles, she contended that the formations have enhanced energy within the crop circle as well as 10 to 20 feet around the area. "Every hair on your body stands up and you get chills from head to toe," Greer said about this energy emanating from the formations. Based on her research into crop circles, she surmised that the formations are messages from ETs and that is why these dispatches are in picture or coded form, because that format eschews language and is more easily understood by all cultures. Greer also lamented that the media does not cover the pervasive nature of crop circles and noted that, in 2012, there were 69 formations in the UK as well as 57 reported cases throughout over 20 countries.
The first Sunday of every month, George Noory features emerging artists for some of the Bumper Music selections. Tonight, we'll hear from Scott Keo, The Clinton Johnson Band, Soul's Gate, Saldaje, Joel Diamond, Vida Ray, and John Frederick. For more info on how to submit your original music, visit this page.
Bumper music from Sunday September 1, 2013
Midnight Express (The Chase)
All To You
Then I Saw Me
The Clinton Johnson Band
Seat Of The Writing Man
Song In My Head
(What A) Wonderful World
Pocketful of Sunshine
I Started a Joke
This Magic Moment
Tennessee Ernie Ford