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SID: Hello. Sid Roth here. Welcome to my world where it’s naturally supernatural. How would you like to make right decisions every time? My guest says it’s simple. Would you like to learn? You know, my guest was an instructor at Rhema Bible College and I am told by friends that graduated the best course at Rhema was what she taught, “The Blood Covenant.” Give me one nugget, Karen.

KAREN: Well I think probably, you know, it’s an amazing covenant and if I had to give one it would probably be the fact that the blood of Jesus brought back for us everything that Adam lost. You know, the life is in the blood and it was the blood of Jesus that brought [it] back for us. And now we’re in the same position with God that Adam was because Jesus tore down the veil between man and God, eradicated our sin and let us just walk in to his throne room.

SID: You know, you like to teach the way Jesus taught. Give me a couple of things Jesus taught in reference to prayer.

KAREN: Well one of the things he prayed, of course, was the Prayer of Consecration. When Jesus faced the toughest decision of his life he had to pray, “Father, not my will, but your will be done.” So if we’re trying to make a decision we want to pray that way, too, Father, let your will be done in my life. But that’s not to be confused with the Prayer of Faith, which is something that, the Prayer of Faith changes things. And so we don’t pray if it be thy will concerning my healing, for example, because we know it’s God’s will to heal us.

SID: You found that when you pray the way Jesus taught to pray you get supernatural results. Tell me about that relative of yours with the awful condition in her hand.

KAREN: So I was just talking with this person and all of a sudden I noticed on her hands that she had this kind of rash that they looked all red. And she told me it was all over her body. She had never had anything like that happen before, but it was making her miserable. You know, she couldn’t sleep, she couldn’t, you know, rest, and it was itchy and everything. And I said, you don’t have to have that. So I took Jesus at his word, laid hands on her and when we parted ways she didn’t look any different. But she contacted me the next day and said, “Thank you, I’ve been healed all over my body. There’s no more rash.

SID: You know, there is a quote I have for you, Karen, “God has plans for you. He’s not keeping from you, but for you.”

KAREN: Isn’t that good news.

SID: It is.

KAREN: Yeah.

SID: Explain it to me a little.

KAREN: Well you know, Jeremiah 29:11 says, “I know the plans I have for you, plans for good and not for evil that you can have hope and an expected end.” I love that verse. First of all it tells you, A, there is a plan, thank God, and B, somebody knows what it is, you know. Many of us are seeking around for God’s plan wondering his direction for our life. But he has a plan. Ephesians 2 says, “He had it before you were born. He created you for good works that you should walk in them.” And so when we seek him we can get into the plan and that’s how we follow it out and be in his perfect will for our lives.

SID: You say we can make decisions from God, which will be perfect decisions. We can know what he wants us to do every single time. And you say we have a helper.

KAREN: We have what I like to call a guide on the inside. The Holy Spirit is in there to lead and guide us, and help us every step of the way.

SID: You teach that we really can get God’s input in decisions every single time. What types of decisions, just the life-changing ones or little day-to-day?

KAREN: I’d say both. You know, obviously we need to hear for major things, you know, should I marry this person, should I move to that city, should I take this job, you know, big decisions, but then also tiny little ones. And really, we should practice with the everyday decisions. You know, Lord, should I turn left or right here, should I talk to this person or not. You know, and the Holy Spirit will give you promptings and say, go over there, do that. And if you practice listening to the Spirit, he’ll lead and guide you in those small things so that you’re ready to hear him in the big things, and you can make those right decisions.

SID: I know people whose very advice were dependent on hearing God and doing what he had to say. When we come back, I want to get more of these nuggets on how we can make right decisions every time and it’s simple. Be right back.

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