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Sid Roth - Uncontrollable Anger? This Is What's Causing It

Sid Roth - Uncontrollable Anger? This Is What's Causing It
TOPICS: Anger, Self-Control

Is it possible for a pastor who loves God, loves his wife, loves his family to beat his wife and child because of uncontrollable anger? Could this type of anger be a generational curse? Next on this edition of it's supernatural.

Sid Roth: Hello. Sid Roth your investigative reporter here with Larry and Tiz Huch. Now Larry, you're a man's man. You played sports. You got into drugs. You had, you told me that in, where was it, in Latin America you walked around with how much money in your pocket?

Larry Huch: I was living in Bogotá, Colombia area. I used to walk around with 60, $70,000 in my pocket. Of course, that was pre-Christ when I was in the import-export business.

Sid Roth: Well we may leave that whole story alone. However, I want to take you back as a young child and you made a vow about crying.

Larry Huch: Right.

Sid Roth: Tell me about that.

Larry Huch: Something happened between my father and i. And you know Sid, something I say in the book in dealing with curses that we're talking about, generational curses, family curses, is we battle not with flesh and blood. So when I'm talking about generational curses, the inequity of the father being passed on, it's not to blame the parents, but to realize that what was in my father came and affected me. Something happened and I was very, very young. My father had some real problems and I won't get into the details of what happened in that, but I went into my room and realized this was my dad and that in basis he didn't want me any more. And when I realized this, I was six, seven years old, and I started crying. Then I grabbed myself and I hardened myself, and I felt a spirit harden me, didn't realize it then, and it changed the rest of my life, and I said no one will ever make me cry again. And not only did a spirit harden me, but a spirit of anger and violence, and a wall came up that affected my life even to the point after I received Jesus.

Sid Roth: So we can say it was rejection, but it got even worse.

Larry Huch: Absolutely.

Sid Roth: Rejection was the door that opened this. And so miracles happened. You gave your heart to the Lord.

Larry Huch: Yes.

Sid Roth: Miracles of miracles with the background you came from.

Larry Huch: Yes, that's right.

Sid Roth: What about, how addicted to drugs were you?

Larry Huch: I was using, I was putting a needle in my arm sometimes ten, 12 times a day. You know, when I was living in Colombia, I had all the, I was smuggling cocaine into the United States. I had a ranch down there. I had body guards. I had servants and in the front of that book I tell a story of right before I came back to the United States that I was about to murder a man and it didn't turn. Something happened. I didn't kill the man, thank God. But the thing that scared me that night was not that I was going to kill someone. Violence was a natural part of my life. The thing that scared me was that I was going to kill someone and it didn't bother me at all that I was going to do it. And I can take that back, and most people that deal with anger, and it's amazing how many people do, men and women, but I can take that back to that point of rejection, of not only am I not going to let anybody cry any more, but I'm not going to let anybody get ahead of me any more. I'm not going to let anybody hurt me any more. I'm going to hurt you more than you hurt me. And as I got older and as I grew up, that thing became worse and worse in my life until when I got saved, I got saved in the church running away from the police. There were federal warrants out for my arrest. I had been smuggling drugs into the United States and I came into a church, ran from st. Louis, Missouri to flagstaff, Arizona because of warrants out for me. I love to tell people that when I found out there was a big drug bust and they arrested 48 guys at five minutes to midnight, and they missed two of us, and I found out that I was number two on the list. And I love to tell people when I found out there was still a warrant out for me I felt led by the spirit to leave town. Didn't know who the spirit was, but felt led by the spirit. And I love to tell folks, Sid, that I ran from the long arm of the law to the strong arms of the Lord. And when I got saved I immediately got delivered drugs. I had a miraculous, two weeks after I got saved, no, two or three weeks, I had a miraculous visitation from God in the church, the whole church. If I can tell the story.

Sid Roth: Yes.

Larry Huch: We were sitting there in the church. I'm brand new. I came back. I got saved. It took about two week for them to get back into the church because I got saved I had hair down to here. I had earrings in my ear before earrings were popular. I came into church with no shirt on, no shoes on, just a poncho from south America, from Colombia, needle marks up and down my arms, black bags under my eyes, and got saved. Never knew who Jesus was. Nobody at the church prayed for me. There was a movie called "The Gospel road" with Johnny cash singing. That's why this young Hispanic man brought me there and I raised my hand to get saved. I knew, never had heard of Jesus in my life. Never had heard of being born again. Never had heard about Christianity. Knew nothing about it. But I'm watching that movie and I know that I know, that I know that Jesus died for me. Now I did not know anything about the scriptures, but I knew that he died for me. In that movie, I knew he died for me. So when the pastor pulled the altar call, I raised my hand. There was only about 30 or 40 people in this little biddy church. And then he said, "I want you to come forward". And I said, you know, there's no way I'm coming in front of these people. And Sid, this this day, honest before God, no evangelistically speaking, no exaggeration, I do not know how I got from my seat to that altar.

Sid Roth: Do you know, I have heard stories like that. But the thing that is so, to me, that's the greatest miracle of all. But he was had so much addiction to drugs, instantly set free, but he wasn't set free of a generational curse. We'll be right back to discuss this. Don't go away.

Sid Roth: Hello. Sid Roth your investigative reporter here with Tiz and Larry Huch. Now this is, was a young man that was, how addicted to drugs were you?

Larry Huch: If I was using the drugs in the states, I would have been using 10, $15,000 a day worth of cocaine.

Sid Roth: You don't get set free instantly.

Larry Huch: No.

Sid Roth: There's no drug program the U.S. government offers.

Larry Huch: No. That's why I love, I've told the story, I've told my testimony from governors' offices to prisons all over the world. And there's a saying in the world that says, "Once a junkie, always in the junkie". But there's a saying in the word that says, "Who the son sets free gets free indeed". And that's why Tiz and I share our testimony, my testimony basically, not to give the devil the glory from the past, but to give people hope that the devil has told you, you'll never change, whether it's the drug addiction or the worst addiction, Sid, I had, the worst bondage I had was that spirit of anger.

Sid Roth: That's what I want to zero in on right now.

Larry Huch: Right.

Sid Roth: Okay. We're going to jump you forward a little bit.

Larry Huch: Okay.

Sid Roth: You're married. You had a child. You're a pastor. You love the Lord with every fiber of your being.

Larry Huch: Right.

Sid Roth: Your wife loves the love with every fiber of her being. You love each other. But you then get the shock of your life. After you get married, you find out there was another side to Larry. What was that side?

Larry Huch: Well you know, we fell so deeply in love from the very beginning. And I think, you know, I had such a genuine respect for Larry and what happened in his life, and I saw him after he had already gotten saved and given his life to the Lord. So I saw him as a man delivered from the drugs and the alcohol, and these things, and I really didn't know the other side of the rage that was still under there because it just hadn't manifested. But we had a foundation in our life that was so strong of a love for each other and a love for God, and I think that's...

Sid Roth: Tiz, he gave you some black eyes. He threw your son against the wall.

Larry Huch: Yes.

Sid Roth: Did you reach a point where you, even though you loved him, you wanted to leave him?

Larry Huch: We had those moments. We had those moments.

Larry Huch: And rightly so.

Sid Roth: But why did you even stay with him?

Larry Huch: Well that's what I was going to say, Sid, is that we loved each other and it's amazing the power of love. But even more than loving each other is we loved God and we were committed to each other and to serving God. And I would say that that's one of the things that took us through was because we were so involved with helping other people get through things in their life that it took us through. And the grace of God, the grace of God is an equipping to get you through what you can't get through on your own.

Sid Roth: Did you, were you ashamed to go to other pastors and say, I'm baring myself, I've got problems.

Larry Huch: Yeah. You can't. You don't think you can because you're supposed to be a man of God. You're supposed to be a Christian. You're supposed to be a child God. You know, Tiz was doing an interview the other day for on the radio and she shared that, and this is aside from us loving God and loving each other, she shared after one of these knock-down, drag out that we had, is she went up on the hill and prayed, and said, "God, you've got to change him. I know he loves God, but you got to change him". And that was when we were believing for a miracle. But Sid, I was trying to change. I would control that anger and control that anger, and control that anger, but I couldn't change. And it wasn't until we went to Australia and I was pastoring my second church. I mean, I used to get in fist fights in my car on the way to church, on the way to pastoring, on the way to preach. It was out of control.

Sid Roth: You must have been the most miserable man.

Larry Huch: Oh, I felt like a hypocrite. I'm convinced Tiz is going to leave me at any time. I'm going to lose my wife. I'm going to lose my kids. In Australia, my something did something, he's three years old, I can't remember, and I grabbed him in anger. That anger erupted again and I threw him against the wall. He bounced against the wall and before I could think of what I was saying, I said, I'm just like my dad. Now that's not to blame my dad. My dad is saved now and I love God. But my dad had, in my family, there is a real spirit of anger. It passes from father to son, to father to son. So I went to the Word of God and I said, is there something in the word I'm missing that I haven't been taught that I'm saved, I'm born again, but there's a curse on me of being angry, and that's when I discovered breaking family curses, that not only did Jesus die for us, but he died on the cross. He died to forgive us of our sin, but he died on the cross to break the curse, so that we can not only be forgiven, but we can be set free. And I learned that, and I broke that spirit of anger, and broke that spirit of poverty, and broke all those things, but never told anybody for almost 20 years because I was still ashamed.

Sid Roth: You're telling me that you studied the Bible.

Larry Huch: Yes.

Sid Roth: You studied that these curses can pass. I mean, your father didn't just come by this by accident.

Larry Huch: No.

Sid Roth: He probably got it from his father, who got it probably from his father.

Larry Huch: Without a doubt. Without a doubt.

Sid Roth: You know, I read in your book, I see there are people that in generations are in poverty. Generations are in prison. Generations have sexual sins.

Larry Huch: Absolutely.

Sid Roth: Generations have divorces. Generations have children in rebellion. Generations have this uncontrollable anger. And just breaking, if you hadn't broken that curse, do you think you would have been free?

Larry Huch: Oh no. Number one, I would have lost my wife. I would have lost my kids. I would have lost my ministry probably in back-slidding, and I can tell you, it doesn't matter if I'm in a rich church, poor church, white church, black church, Hispanic church, does not matter. When I teach this, 95 to a hundred percent of that church comes forward every time and says, I love God, I'm born again, but yes, there is a generational curse on me in my family of one of the thousand things that we've named here, and we see God break that thing, miracles of healing, miracles of finances, miracles of wholeness in marriages.

Sid Roth: Listen, I have seen this.

Larry Huch: Yes.

Sid Roth: I have seen this on their international television show. And the thing that's so amazing to me as I watch them, they do it in a very not, you know, just casting demons out of people, just supernaturally, no manifestation. Just boom, one minute they're in rage and anger and the next minute they're free. You're going to know the truth and that truth is going to set you free. We'll be right back after this word.

Sid Roth: Hello. Sid Roth your investigative reporter here with Larry and Tiz Huch. One second he is an out of control, anger to the point where he almost killed someone, to the point where the son that he loves he knocks against the wall. And it Dawned on him, I'm just like my father. You know, that's what people say. The thing they hate is what they become.

Larry Huch: Absolutely.

Sid Roth: Do you agree with that, Larry?

Larry Huch: Absolutely.

Sid Roth: But the world doesn't have an answer for it. They have abstinence for a day. I can be sober for a day. I can be free of anger for a day.

Larry Huch: Absolutely.

Sid Roth: But there's something better than for a day.

Larry Huch: Yes. I don't fight drug addiction any more. I don't fight anger any more. I'm free. Who the son sets free is free indeed. That word "Indeed" means not only will I forgive you of what you did, but the word "Indeed" means I will break the spirit or the curse, the anger that draws you back to do it again. You know...

Sid Roth: Listen. The bottom line, Larry, is nothing you tell me. The bottom line is what Tiz tells me.

Larry Huch: That's right. That's right.

Sid Roth: Am I right?

Larry Huch: Absolutely.

Sid Roth: So Tiz, we heard the bad. Now you tell me, you're still with him and you look pretty happy to me. I watch you on tv. I'm a good observer of people.

Larry Huch: Sid, we are incredibly happy.

Sid Roth: I mean, you are right next to him. You're one.

Larry Huch: Yes, that's right.

Sid Roth: I literally see you as one.

Larry Huch: That's exactly right.

Sid Roth: How long have you been married?

Larry Huch: Twenty-six years.

Sid Roth: Anyway you could have been married 26 years if that curse hadn't been broken?

Larry Huch: I don't know. We might have toughed it out, but we wouldn't be living the way that we are right now, I'll tell you that. And God has done such a work in our lives.

Sid Roth: I don't want any, wait a second, I don't want any made for TV smiles, plastic smiles. I want to know, you love this man.

Larry Huch: That's right, absolutely. I love our life, too. I mean, what God has done in our lives is incredible.

Sid Roth: Would you talk to someone that's watching that is exactly where you were, that is coming apart, doesn't know where to run, where to go, what to say, who to say, that have had people pray for them, nothing is working. Would you give them hope right now. Look in the camera and give them hope.

Larry Huch: Absolutely. You know, the only reason that Larry and I share this is not to sensationalize the past or to glorify the enemy. But we share this story to help people who are going through what we went through, and we know what it is to hurt. We know what it is to love each other, but not be able to change the behavior that is destroying your life. And for so long we hid this. We didn't talk about it. We didn't share about it because we were embarrassed. We were ashamed of the way that we were. But you know, God's power set our lives free. Not only did it change our behavior, but it changed the driving force within it that caused us to act that way. And the only reason we tell the story is so that others can experience what we've experienced and enjoy the wonderful marriage, the wonderful life that our Savior has for you. And right now I just want to pray for every woman and every man that's out there. You're troubled in your heart. Tears are running down your face right because you're afraid to believe that it could be different. But I'm telling you it can be different and I want to pray for you right now. Father, I just pray right now, God, for everyone that is watching this program, Lord, that you would touch them with your grace and your love. And father, right now we break every generational curse of anger, destruction and strife in the home. I command the spirit of divorce to be broken in the name of Jesus. And Lord, we release the love of God in their lives right now. We release your peace, your joy, your harmony in the home between this man and this woman, and even upon their children, Lord. And we thank you for the miraculous power of God that's touching their home right now in Jesus' precious name. God bless you so much today.

Larry Huch: Amen.

Sid Roth: Tiz and Larry, I read something in your book. It's so wonderful. You had 30 women in your church whose, who were red hot for Jesus, but guess what? Their husbands could care less. You started teaching some of these principles and what happened to all 30 of these marriages?

Larry Huch: Within 10 days, 28 husbands came in the church and got saved, and within two, three weeks after that, the other two came in and gave their lives to Jesus, and not only got saved, but became very active in the church, born again, Sid. And it's not just the people. We do a conference very year for hurting pastors, Presbyterian, Lutheran, assembly of God. The last conference we did on opening Sunday morning, I taught this about the curse that's in the home, etc., we had 38 pastors and their wives stand up that are already in divorce proceedings and cancelled their divorce, and God healed their marriage.

Larry Huch: Amen. That's right.

Larry Huch: So this works for anybody. And it's not just I rebuke you, devil, it's understanding that Jesus will forgive us, but he'll break the curse that causes this thing to be repeated over and over, and over again. He is the burden removing and he is the yoke destroying. The forgiveness removes the burden. The wages of our sin is death. But the dying on the cross breaks that curse that comes along with the sin that's been passed down from our forefathers.

Sid Roth: You know, we're talking about a lot of things that are symptoms of curses.

Larry Huch: Yes.

Sid Roth: But one thing we haven't mentioned and it's so important is sickness. You go to a meeting with someone that has a great anointing for healing diseases and even miracles, and a lot of people aren't healed. I believe, and Larry and Tiz believe it's because there could be curses. There most likely are curses. Once these curses are lifted, guess what, then the sickness can't stay. There's nothing for that sickness to hold on to. Now next week, we're going to break a lot of curses off of people. And I can tell you this is a fact, that I'm going to come back in just a moment and I'm going to tell you about something that is so amazing it will make Larry and Tiz jump up for joy. But the greatest miracle isn't the physical healing. The greatest miracle is not being set free from anger. The greatest miracle is for you to know God, pure know God, the love of God just pour into you, the peace that you've always wanted, the father you've always wanted, the love you've always wanted. There's no other name given unto men which we must be saved. As a Jew, I never thought this would be possible, but I know there's only name. His name is Jesus, Hebrew, Yeshua. Just open your heart to him. I can feel, I feel he wants to love you more than you know his love, and I know how much you want his love. I don't care what you're experiences are in the past. Don't look back. This is a new day. You're watching this tv show because God himself loves you. Make your peace with God. Repent of your sins and make Jesus your Lord and Savior. You don't need my words. You don't need special words. Just do it yourself. Do it, though, now. Do it.
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