SID: Julie, what did ancient Israel, King David know about supernatural breakthroughs that’s almost been lost to believers today?


JULIE: You know what? I believe what we found is it’s the power of singing the scriptures, and we’ve lost that key, which a tool that I called singing. And it’s not just for singers, it’s actually for every single person that needs breakthrough. And I just began to think if you want to be supernatural, sing the Bible. If you want to release the supernatural, sing the Bible. It’s all through the Word on the power of singing the scriptures.


SID: You know, many years ago, today I operate mostly in words of knowledge, but many years ago, I laid hands and prayed for everyone that wanted prayer. And I don’t know how I did it, but I started one day singing, “they’re healing” rather than praying normally, but just speaking it. And I felt, I could feel there was a greater presence of God when I sang “they’re healing” than when I prayed “they’re healing” and everyone was getting healed. Is that what you’re talking about?


JULIE: Yes. And I feel like when that element of song is used it bypasses all of our thoughts, saying, oh that’s not me, and it just literally goes to where it needs to go. And what I found out in some of my research, because I’ve always sang. I love to sing the Bible. But when I would do some workshops on singing the Bible, people that weren’t even singers, they began to experience freedom. They began to get healed.


SID: But they’re not singers but they could probably at least carry a tune.


JULIE: That’s what I mean.


SID: I can’t carry a tune.


JULIE: It didn’t matter. It was just that tone of “ah”. It was just that tone. And what I found out, because I thought, why is this, why is this? And I found out that doctors and scientists are now doing medical and scientific research on the power of singing. So when we talk we’re actually using the left side of our brain. But when we add the element of tone, [singing] when we add that ah, [talking] even if you’re singing it on the same note, both of these lobes are working together. When you add the element of rhythm, [singing] now I’m going to sing with rhythm, [talking] so all of these lobes, they’re working as one. And then the front of your brain actually is the emotional response, so it’s as if when you sing it’s like you have this barrier in your mind because your lobes are working together that all the negativity and all the I cant’s, they can’t get in because your lobes are working together. The only thing that gets in is what you’re singing, and that’s the Bible. And I’ve seen people go from hating themselves to loving themselves, people go from not being healed to being, people with addictions stopping and they credit to singing the Bible.


SID: You told me about a homeless man and he couldn’t even look into your eyes. He just, you went to a shelter and he’s looking down. How in the world did you coach him to sing?


JULIE: I’ll tell you what. I started taking, we call it our music class. I go to the homeless shelter. I said, “Get out your Bibles and we’re going to sing.” That day it was Psalm 23. I put on my “Sing” CD, which is going to be available, and when we put on one of the tracks, and at first, he was kind of just looking at his phone. And then as other people just began to sing, I said, “You can sing it or you can rap it, whatever it doesn’t matter.” But then he just started listening and I think it was just that song just going into his heart. And then suddenly he put his phone down and he began to write. And I went over to him and I’d look over a couple of times, and I’d say, “Raymond, hey, can you sing what you wrote down.” And at first it was must a mumble. [mumbling]. And I’m like, that’s great! Oh my God! That’s awesome!


SID: Can I hire you as a cheerleader.


JULIE: Yes I will. We’re talking about singing the Bible. But then I just said, “Will you do it again.” And I went to other people. And then he just stood up, like he took and he stood up in front of everybody, and he goes [singing] “The Lord is my shepherd. I have everything I need.” [talking] But then he was like, [singing] “Yea!” Somebody videotaped and you could hear everyone just start shouting. And I found out later that this guy, he had been a businessman, but he had lost everything. I mean, like by murder and his whole family was gone, and it made him go into a world of drugs and homeless. And he started coming to their shelter, and he would always talk with a mumble. People couldn’t understand him. But that day, when he took that mike and said [singing] “The Lord is my shepherd. I have everything I need,” [talking] that’s the first time they heard him literally sing and speak a word that they understood. That is the power of singing the Bible.


SID: What happened to him?


JULIE: It’s the Word. Well actually, a month later, my friend Eli, Eli Rose called me and, “Hey, I’m standing here with Raymond and I want you to know he’s going into treatment. He wanted you to know that.” And I just talked with her last week and she said he’s doing really good. And this was over a year ago. And this is the power of singing the Word. It’s transforming. But the key is your ears have to hear your sound. That’s when that helmet, it’s almost like we wear the whole armor of God in our brains, from Ephesians 6, when we start singing the Word.


SID: But ancient Israel knew this. They had the most glorious worship time in the Temple. David was a musician. David got rid of evil spirits just by playing the harp in front of King Saul. But it’s kind of been lost or turned over just to the professionals. I meet musicians all the time and I keep saying, how can I sit down at the piano and play. I’m not going to learn how to play piano. I can’t carry a tune. This is the answer. When we come back you’re going to find out that miracles of healing that happen when you start singing the Word. A deaf person started hearing. We’ll be right back.

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