SID: Hello. Sid Roth here with Paul Wilbur. Flash floods going on in the dry season in Tel Aviv and in Jerusalem. The rain is pouring. They prayed for rain. What a prayer on the Feast of Tabernacles. And Paul takes off to go to Dubai. What happened in that rain?

PAUL: Oh man. Sid, you won’t believe this. They invited, approved by the government, a Jewish believer to lead worship in a Muslim nation. We were in the national tennis stadium.

SID: Did you share your Jewish testimony?

PAUL: I did not because we’re supposed to be wise as serpents and gentle as doves. But we had over 4000 people in the national tennis arena, led the whole stadium in the salvation prayer, sang about the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The rain, Sid, from Israel, followed us to Dubai and then we went to Kuwait, and the rain was even more intense. But because of that there was even more intense salvations. When we were in Kuwait there were hundreds of people who lifted their hands on a five-acre plot of ground that said, “I want the salvation that you’re talking about.” In fact, it was so intense a young man chased me down. I was surrounded by security people that figured I needed security in Kuwait, being who I was.

SID: How many people did they have in attendance?

PAUL: Well nobody really knows, because it was a five-acre compound covered with people, covered. And as I was leaving the platform that night, a young man came hollering after me, “Paul, Paul!” And he’s hollering, “I’m a Muslim from Lebanon.” He broke through the security group, put my head in an arm lock, and I’m thinking, look out, Yeshua, here I come. And then he said, “But no, I have Jesus in my heart!” And Sid, he had a grin from ear to ear. I stopped and spoke with him for a few minutes. That was a happy, used to be Muslim, whose name is now written in the Lamb’s Book of Life.

SID: Paul, if you’ll go to the set and get ready to sing another song. And what would you have done if someone ran up to you? You know you’re Jewish and you’re sharing in a Muslim country the Gospel, and the person puts an arm hold like a wrestler around you, would you be afraid? Well Paul wasn’t afraid and you shouldn’t be afraid. As a matter of fact, if God is for you, who could be against you? Let’s go to Paul Wilbur and we’re going to have him sing a song, “It’s His truth”. I like truth. Fear is a lie. It’s a lie. Truth is if you know God, why should I be afraid? Paul Wilbur.

[music]

PAUL: Why should I be afraid? The Lord is with me even until the very last. [singing] The Lord is my light and my salvation. Why should I be afraid? The Lord is my light and my salvation. Why should I be afraid? Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. The Lord is my strength and my strong tower. Why should I be afraid? The Lord is my strength and my strong tower. Why should I be afraid? Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. He is my sanctuary in the day of… and I was sad to see the victory, for the battle is the Lord’s. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. [speaking] The battle is the Lord’s. Three and half years in the making, some 5000 people from nearly a hundred nations recorded live in the desert of Ein Gedi, where David hid from King Saul, an anointed team of writers, dancers, musicians, production, desert rain.

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