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SID: Hello. Sid Roth here. Welcome to my world where it’s naturally supernatural. I love the rarified air of Heaven. Did you ever see the movie, “Chariots of Fire”? Did any of you see that? It’s a true story about a Christian runner and he had a line. It was so wonderful. He said, “I feel the pleasure of God when I run.” Do you remember that line? Well my guest could have a line like that, except it would be a little different. He would say, “I feel the pleasure of God when I worship God.” I told you that certain psalmists tap into certain frequencies of Heaven. We’ve had people like Julie True tap into the frequency of supernatural peace. My guest Roy Fields taps into a God hunger frequency. You, if you think you’re hungry for God now, wait until you hear this supernatural frequency that will move you into a—because it’s from the heart of God. Then everything opens up to the supernatural realm. Do you want that? Do you want that? You know, my guest has led revivals throughout the world. He’s been with Reinhart Bonnke, with Rodney Howard Brown. But I want to take you back, Roy Fields. Age 11, for the first time in your life you experienced the presence of God. What was that like?

ROY: I’ll never forget it. It was a bunch of people that were hungry for God, that had gone to church from different churches. We were at a house and they had a traditional, you know, I guess it’s a traditional Bible study. Everybody was together and there were about 40 of us packed in this living room. And these five acoustic guitar players were across the front, and they were all singing the song, “I Lift my Hands.” And I’ll never forget, Sid, I remember them singing, [singing] I lift my hands to the coming king, to the great I Am to you I sing. For you’re the one who reigns within my heart. [talking] And I was melting. I never felt anything like the warm feeling as I did that day. And I remembered in the middle of that I said, “Lord, if this is what it’s like to feel your presence, if this is what it’s like when people lead worship, I want to do this the rest of my life. I’m addicted.”

SID: Now in the midst of your revivals, you have songs downloaded to you. Tell me about the song, “Unto You.”

ROY: I was in Muskegon, Michigan in 2010, just recently. We were in a 54-day revival, and the worship would last sometimes two hours. Nobody wants to leave the room, and I love that. And in the middle of that I heard this melody. Now I’m not really a writer. I really try to hear. I try to hear what’s being sung in Heaven. I’ve never been to Heaven yet, but I try to hear that sound that I felt when I first was touched. And “Unto You”, I heard that melody. That melody was [singing] da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da. [talking] I just could hear it over and over. Well two hours later, we’re all singing this thing. There weren’t even any words. It was just worshiping the Lord.

SID: You know what? I’m moved from these songs that you get from Heaven, they’re all about God as opposed to us or all the other things. I want to release you right now. I want to hear, “Unto You”, because I want you to know something is going to be downloaded as you hear Roy Fields, “Unto You.”

ROY: [music, singing] Your creation lies within, falling down before your throne. With a mighty hand unto you, Lord. There is no greater God than our king. There is no greater song we could sing. For you are holy. Lord, you are worthy. Unto you glory in the highest. All the kingdoms of this world will surrender to you, God. Forever you ascend, reign victorious. There is no greater God than our king. There is no greater song we could sing. For you are holy. Lord, you are worthy. Unto you glory in the highest. Every creature great and small, saints and angels one and all bow in reverence at your feet. Every creature great and small, saints and angels one and all bow in reverence at your feet. For you are holy, Lord, you are worthy. Unto you glory in the highest. For you are holy, Lord, you are worthy. Unto you glory in the highest. For you are holy, Lord, you are worthy. Unto you glory in the highest.

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