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Sid Roth - I'm Visiting Heaven and an Eagle Drops This on Me

Sid Roth - I'm Visiting Heaven and an Eagle Drops This on Me
Sid Roth - I'm Visiting Heaven and an Eagle Drops This on Me

Sid Roth: So, Robin, you have a great night's sleep, and you wake up, and you feel tired, and you feel oppressed. It shouldn't be. Why?

Robin McMillan: Well, Sid, I was going to speak in a conference that weekend, and that's just what happens sometimes. You have this warfare; the enemy doesn't want you to do well. So, I thought, I'm not putting up with this. I'm going to quote Psalm 91 as a warfare act of faith. So, I began, "He that dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty, whose power no evil foe can withstand. I will say of the Lord, 'He is my refuge, my fortress, my God'".

Sid Roth: You must have scared every demon in hell, about that.

Robin McMillan: Well, I wasn't through yet. "In Him will I lean and rely on Him".

Sid Roth: Did you say it that strong?

Robin McMillan: Well, listen, I did it once, and it was so good, I did it twice.

Sid Roth: That must have been... and all of a sudden, you're looking up, and there's something strange about the ceiling. What was it?

Robin McMillan: Well, I was in a Hilton. It was a nice hotel, but when I looked up after that dual proclamation about the great evil and being safe under the covering feathers of the Lord, there was an opening. It looked like an air conditioning duct, frankly, it wasn't that impressive. And I knew instinctively, if I jumped into that air conditioning duct, I could go into the heavenly realm in a way that I had not usually been able to do.

Sid Roth: When you say "jump," what do you mean?

Robin McMillan: I never left my bed, but I jumped.

Sid Roth: Okay.

Robin McMillan: I just took off. And when I took off, I went through this demon region, and demons were saying, "Hey, you can't do through here! Who do you think you are"? And I just laughed at them, because I knew they couldn't stop me.

Sid Roth: You were moving into the Heavens, is what you're saying,

Robin McMillan: At the speed of light, or, it was fast. It was fast. And then I landed in that heavenly place. Of course, I thought it would be real bright, but I thought, gosh, it's sort of dark, a little shadowy. Then I noticed I was under, I don't know how tall, 18, 20 feet, maybe more. But it was an eagle's wing. And I realized I had got what I had been proclaiming. I was under the shadow of the Almighty, under the wing of the Great Eagle. And I noticed, emanating out from the wing, now, not appliquéd, not stuck on it, but oozing and coming out of the wing were grapefruit and softball-sized precious stones, and then big chunks of precious metals. I don't know what it was, gold, silver, platinum but it was unbelievable what was coming out of that wing. Of course, I didn't understand that, and it didn't have anything to do with the revelation I got. But it showed me just the absolute prosperity and blessedness in every way imaginable in the heavenly realm.

Sid Roth: Hmm. What else did you see?

Robin McMillan: Well, the Lord began to reveal to me five wagons, five wagons of blessing. And,

Sid Roth: Now, were these wagons sort of like the old-fashioned thing you saw in Westerns?

Robin McMillan: Exactly. They looked old, they had a tong, so they were pulled by a tong. They had these spoked wheels, so they were spoken. It began to show me how we access it, with the tong, the spoken wheels. And one of those wagons, two of them were deliverance wagons, Sid. One of them was a deliverance from deserved circumstance. In other words, God's ready to help everyone who'll come to Him in repentance.

Sid Roth: So, you're saying even if it's our fault,

Robin McMillan: Our fault.

Sid Roth: If we repent,

Robin McMillan: He will deliver.

Sid Roth: I like that.

Robin McMillan: It's amazing. It's amazing,

Sid Roth: He's better than most people I know.

Robin McMillan: I was excited. I was excited. Then the second wagon was deliverance from criticism and the critical spirit.

Sid Roth: Is that us criticizing others? Or us being criticized?

Robin McMillan: Yes. The first one is having been, from having been criticized, a deliverance, and from us being critical people, we need to be delivered as well, because it causes so many other problems.

Sid Roth: And, you know, you do a masterful job of tying in what you just shared with the wagons, with the story of Joseph.

Robin McMillan: Well, that's the essence of the understanding of this episode with these wagons, Sid, was the Lord said I would understand the meaning of the wagons, if I would study the story of Joseph's restoration with Jacob. For 22 years, Jacob believed that Joseph was dead. And he wasn't dead. He suffered 22 years, unnecessarily. Now, when there was that restoration between Joseph and his brothers, he was now head of Egypt, basically. He sent back wagons to his father to prove to him he was still alive. And the Bible says, there in Genesis 45, it says, "When Jacob heard that Joseph was alive, his heart failed him". But when he believed the words of Joseph and saw the wagons sent to return him to Egypt, it says, "Jacob's heart revived". First time the word "revival" mentioned in the whole scripture. And the very next verse, it says, "And Israel said, 'This is more than I could ever have imagined. I will now go and see my son'". In a single moment in time, he went from 22 years of despair by revelation into the transformation from Jacob to Israel.

Sid Roth: Comment on the power of word curses against a person, and a believer, especially, having a critical spirit.

Robin McMillan: Well, you know, as I was writing the book and trying to articulate this thing about criticism, I remembered a story of how they control elephants. When an elephant is a baby, they get a stake, they get a chain strong enough to hold that baby elephant. And as the elephant grows, it is built into his mind that no matter how big it gets, that little chain and that little stake, he can never get free from. And that's what happens when people curse you with a bad description, or description that makes you believe you're someone less than you really are. And that's the power of criticism. It becomes a stronghold that you need to reject and renounce and believe the things God has to say about you in the Word, Sid.

Sid Roth: Let me go back to that analogy.

Robin McMillan: Yeah?

Sid Roth: As that elephant grew,

Robin McMillan: Yeah?

Sid Roth: He had the ability to do that, just like a feather, that stake, I mean, as he got that big.

Robin McMillan: Exactly.

Sid Roth: But those word curses keep us victims.

Robin McMillan: They trap us into being a person that we never were.

Sid Roth: Hmm. It's a deception.

Robin McMillan: It's an absolutely deception.

Sid Roth: And what about deliverance?

Robin McMillan: Well, the Bible talks about God being the God of hope. And it says, "May the God of hope give you joy and peace through the power of believing the truth," Sid, and that's what we need to do. We need to realize that when we're trapped, we're not believing the truth. I had the Lord tell me this early one morning, Sid, it's so amazing. The Lord said to me, "Robin each one of my children is my own personal favorite". And I thought about that. Then He said, "But very few believe it".

Sid Roth: Hmm.

Robin McMillan: When you begin to believe that you're God's favorite person, many of those lies begin to break off. Many of them break off, because God identifies each one of us as a beloved child.

Sid Roth: But I believe you have the authority,

Robin McMillan: Yes.

Sid Roth: To break word curses off of those that are watching this show right now.

Robin McMillan: Yes, sir. That's what we're going to do.

Sid Roth: Would you pray that prayer?

Robin McMillan: Yes, sir. Father, in the Name of Jesus, as I see this viewing audience, those who have been cursed, described inaccurate, I ask by the power of the Spirit of God, all Lord and by the grace and the mercy that we find in Christ, Jesus, we break those word curses now. And we release a manifestation of the presence and the glory, and the peace of God in Jesus' name. Amen and amen.

Sid Roth: Okay.

Robin McMillan: It is happening now.

Sid Roth: That was powerful. But let me ask you something. God showed you five wagons, and they all had to do with the theme, the harbinger of hope.

Robin McMillan: Yes.

Sid Roth: What do you mean by "harbinger of hope"?

Robin McMillan: Well, to me, my encounter was a harbinger of hope. And a harbinger, it's a forerunner. It's something that comes before something that's just behind it. For instance, I'm actually a harbinger. My name, Robin, robins always appear before the springtime. And I can promise you this. When people believe the gospel I preach, when this robin comes, when this harbinger comes and declares to them the goodness of God, when they believe that, their springtime comes, too. So my harbinger of hope was the encounter I had, because God has five amazing blessings, which are all incorporated in the gospel of Christ, Jesus, that are to be released to the world in an unprecedented outpouring and harvest.

Sid Roth: Well, God showed Robin that there are many people that are hopeless. Not only will Robin pray for people who feel hopeless to be injected with supernatural faith, but also what he sees on the horizon for our nation. You're not going to want to miss this. Be right back.

Sid Roth: Robin, is there hope for the United States of America?

Robin McMillan: I have absolutely no doubt as I sit here, that God has promised to pour out his spirit in our nation in an unprecedented way. And here's why I believe that. First of all, the gospel tell us that the harvest is the end of the age. There's a harvest yet to come. The Bible also tell us in Roman's, Chapter 11, "All Israel shall be saved," that indicates another massive evangelism among the Jews. The Bible also tells us in Amos that we will have an unprecedented harvest to gather in all the gentiles who were called by God's name, in a time when there's an outpouring of the intoxicating power of the Spirit. And it must happen in the season where the Jewish people were brought back to their homeland, never to be displaced again. I believe in a harvest for the United States, and an outpouring in the United States, because of a number of prophetic revelations I've had, and because of the very nature of God. When there's gross darkness, He will bring bright light. And I will say this too, during the Jesus Movement, our nation was turned upside down. And if you look at society, if you look at the social conditions today, they are identical now as to that era where God moved mightily in our nation. He is going to move again.

Sid Roth: You know, like most revelations, they are so profound, yet they're very simple.

Robin McMillan: Yeah.

Sid Roth: And actually, in studying your materials and hearing you speak, I don't know why we don't understand it. But we don't.

Robin McMillan: Yeah.

Sid Roth: Tell me about the wagon of hope.

Robin McMillan: Well, there's a Bible translation called the Wuest translation.

Sid Roth: One of my favorites.

Robin McMillan: And Romans Chapter 8 begins this way: "For we are saved in the sphere of hope".

Sid Roth: Hmm.

Robin McMillan: Sid, the truth is, the hope of God, and God Romans 15:13 now, "May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace and believing that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit". There is no one; if you said, tell me what verse do you know about hope? They'd say, "Hope deferred makes the heart sick". I think that's ridiculous. No one can defer your hope but you. The devil can't, circumstance can't. You have, in your power, to maintain hope because you were born again into a sphere of hope. And Christ, the hope of glory, lives inside us.

Sid Roth: All right but wait a second. There are people, where the rubber meets the road, so to speak, that are watching us right now.

Robin McMillan: That's right.

Sid Roth: Viewing us right now. And they say, "But you don't know about my kid who is in prison for drugs".

Robin McMillan: Right, right.

Sid Roth: "You don't know about my wife who's having an affair with one of my best friends".

Robin McMillan: Right.

Sid Roth: "You don't know about the diagnosis I just got".

Robin McMillan: For those of you who have suffered, your children amiss, maybe your marriage is in trouble, maybe things are going on in your community, and you have no answer for. Let me say this to you. The Lord says, "Is there anything too hard for Me"? I release to you authority to speak into every one of those situations, and a grace to believe that the God of the whole earth will come to your aid and answer your question. He loves you. He knows what's going on. He's looking for people that will cooperate with Him to release that power, to change those situations.

Robin McMillan: Here's the thing, Sid. We all have challenges. For instance, even the great prophet, Jeremiah, suffered with hopelessness.

Sid Roth: You were telling me in the dressing room, before this show, just a few lines from the Book of Jeremiah, and they just literally, I believe that as you teach just a few minutes on that, it's going to inject supernatural hope into people.

Robin McMillan: Well, the first thing we need to realize, that hope is a consequence and not a cause. It's a delusion. It's the consequence of an inaccurate belief system. So, in Jeremiah 15, Jeremiah makes an accusation against the Lord. He says, "Are you like waters that fail, that streams, that seas, are you unfaithful"? And here's what the Lord says, and you find it the clearest in the amplified translation. Therefore, thus says the Lord to Jeremiah, "If you return and give up this mistaken tone of distrust and despair, then I will give you again a settled place of safety and quiet, and you will be my minister. And if you separate the precious from the vile, cleansing your own heart from unworthy, unwarranted suspicions concerning my faithfulness, you shall be my mouthpiece". Now listen, Sid,

Sid Roth: Isn't that strong?

Robin McMillan: There are pastors all over the world who have ceased to have the authority as one of God's ministers and one of God's mouthpieces, because they have yielded to a mistaken tone of distrust and despair. You know what God's remedy for it was?

Sid Roth: What?

Robin McMillan: Give it up!

Sid Roth: That simple?

Robin McMillan: Give it up! Disagree with it. Then He said, "I will make you my mouthpiece". God does not want hopeless people speaking for Him, Sid. He says, "If you will cleanse your own heart from unworthy, unwanted suspicions concerning my faithfulness, you will be my mouthpiece".

Sid Roth: And by the way, that's not just for pastors,

Robin McMillan: That's for everybody.

Sid Roth: That's for you. That's for me. That's for everyone. I mean, when you come to your senses, and realize what Robin just taught, it's a deception. And if Jeremiah, the great Jewish prophet, could be deceived.

Robin McMillan: That's right.

Sid Roth: No wonder. Cut it out! I heard that, I got it.

Robin McMillan: Yeah, and if you read the rest of the Book of Jeremiah, he made the turn. He made the turn.

Sid Roth: Well, you're going to make the turn. As a matter of fact, I want you to make a turn right now. I want you to make sure that you don't just have the Jesus of religion.

Robin McMillan: Come on.

Sid Roth: But you have the Jesus of your own personal, intimate relationship with the God of love, pure love.

Robin McMillan: Yes!

Sid Roth: Not human love. Not a love that you just, that is fickle. But someone that is pure, unadulterated love. Say this prayer out loud. I want it to be a new beginning for you, that you would make a mega jump in knowing God. Say this out loud: "Dear God I'm a sinner. Against You and You alone have I sinned. And I'm so sorry. I believe the blood of Jesus washes away my sins. And according to Your Word I'm clean. It feels so good to be clean. And now that I'm clean Jesus, come and live inside of me. I make you my Lord. I want an experience with You. Amen"! Robin, I want you to pray for an injection of supernatural hope. And I say your hopelessness is a delusion.

Robin McMillan: Yes!

Sid Roth: Cut it out!

Robin McMillan: Give it up!

Sid Roth: Pray that.

Robin McMillan: Give it up! We release, we release, the faith and the power in the Name of Jesus to give up despair, to give up delusion, and to give up hopelessness and call it what it is. It's a lie. It's not the heart of God. The mercy of God is present now, to impart into you, to give you an infusion of faith, to give you an infusion of hope that will transform not just you, but your family. It has the capacity to change your region, your neighborhood, even your nation. Because the power of God is not hindered, because Jesus is alive, He rose from the dead. And He reigns forever. Amen, and amen.
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