I Supernaturally Lost Weight with NO Diet or Supplements! | Lisa Bevere

I Supernaturally Lost Weight with NO Diet or Supplements! | Lisa Bevere


Sid: My guest says she was
supernaturally taught how to lose weight supernaturally, no
diet, no food restrictions, no weight loss supplements. Next on this edition of It’s
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only on It’s Supernatural! Sid: Hello. I’m Sid Roth your investigative
reporter and it seems as though you can’t pick up a newspaper, a
magazine, watch television without seeing someone that is
thin and sexy, and it seems as though all of society says if
you’re not thin, you’re not in. And most of society is fat. Let’s face it. So everyone seems to be
uncomfortable. Everyone is taking diet programs
and supplements, and changing the way they eat, and exercise,
and exercise, and exercise. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if
there was a supernatural way of controlling your weight? My guest Lisa Bevere had a
weight problem. She doesn’t have a weight
problem as you can see right now. Lisa, it’s hard to believe but
you say that a lot of your weight problem came from a bad
image about yourself. Lisa: Most definitely from a
great problem with fear. And I think that’s a major issue for a lot
of women. You were making the point that in America a lot of
people are fat. We are a country that has more
information on weight loss, exercise, diet. We have an abundance of what to
do with it. We have an abundance of
information with a great lack of transformation in this nation. Sid: And what’s so amazing to
me, as one that’s been up and down myself, I’m part of that
mishpochah, that family that yo-yo. But the thing that is so amazing
is that there are some diets that say, don’t have any meat. Then there are other diets that
say eat all the meat you want. Lisa: Exactly. Sid: And there are doctors that
say it’s hazardous to your health. And then there’s others that
say, oh no, that’s how you get healthy. Look at the cave men. I mean, it gets very confusing,
Lisa. Lisa: It is extremely confusing
and then you have to really figure out who you are and how
you plug in or whatever, and I really don’t believe it’s
supposed to be that complicated. I really believe that you can
eat whatever you want in a moderate way and be healthy. And I’m not saying eat only
Cheetos and chocolate. I’m saying you can eat and if
you change the reasons why you’re eating you’ll change what
you’re eating automatically. Sid: Let’s find out a bit about
you. Tell me about your background of
areas, let’s just call them, points where you were hurt. Lisa: Well I think that we’re
dealing with a lot of young girls right now and a lot of
women, period, as young girls, they were violated and hurt or
wounded at young ages. And because of that they have
allowed their worth to be reduced to something on the
outside instead of what was on the inside. I always felt like I had two of
me, Sid. I felt like I had the projected
image and then I had the protective image. The protective one was the real
me, the one I was scared that if anybody found out they may not
like me, they might not really, you know, they might reject the
real me. So if they rejected the
projected me that was okay. They weren’t going to ever have
a chance with the real me. At five years old I lost an eye
to cancer. I have an artificial eye. Sid: That is kind of unusual for
a child. Lisa: Totally. And when that happened, it you
know, you would think people would feel sorry for you. But kids can be really cruel. Sid: Right. Lisa: I remember going to school
with a bandage over my eye and not really feeling like that
bandage was just over my eye, but it had encompassed and
imprisoned my entire body. I remember feeling, you know,
that I had become what I was on the outside, that I become an
eye, that I become the loss of an eye and having kids make fun
of me. And then as I got older, when I
turned 15, I was always a swimmer. From the time I was five until
the time I was 18 I swam competitively. One year I sat out because of an
ankle injury. I came in and I had eaten like I
was still in training. And my father said, “Come here. Let me see. Turn around.” I remember as soon as he said
that, I remember all of a sudden feeling very uncomfortable. And he said, “Turn around.” And he said, “Oh my goodness,
you’re huge. How much do you weigh?” And I said, “I don’t know.” At 15, I only weighed myself
for, you know, physicals or camp, you know. Weight was a function of growth. It was not how I measured
myself. Sid: So you weren’t aware until
it was pointed out to you. Lisa: Exactly. Well I was feeling that little
bit of uncomfortableness, but not to that level. And my father said, “You’re at
least 140 pounds. There’s no way you should weigh
that much. You go back and weigh yourself.” And I remember feeling just this
darkness come over me. I went back, I got on the scale
and sure enough, he was right. I came back and I said, “You
know, I’m 139.” He said, “Oh, that’s way, you’re
never going to have any dates. Nobody is going to ask you out. You need to lose weight. You’re fat.” Sid: You know what? You probably thought– Lisa: He
thought he was helping me. He thought he was helping me. Sid: But you don’t, as I
understand those things are called curses. Lisa: Exactly. Exactly. And the father has such the
power to bless or curse his children. And you know, the daughter, how
she reacts with her father is how she’s going to look for
approval from men. And so here I was, you know, and
I said, okay, disciplined person, extreme person, and all
that. I went back into the room. I took off my clothes, didn’t
have a full length mirror, and I stood on my bed and I remember
it was really interesting because all I had was like a
headless image. And I looked at my body, and I
thought, you’re the enemy. You have got to get control. You have [unintelligible]. I am going to make you lose
weight. You’re disgusting, you’re gross. I began to berate myself. I’m thinking, if I punish myself
that I would never cross that line. And I cut back on my food, and
exercised and started running. And at first I was able, being
15 years old, to drop my weight very fast. I went to school two weeks later
and everybody was, wow, look at you. What have you been doing? Oh you’ve lost weight. I had lost about 10, 15 pounds,
and they were like, wow, you look great. And I thought, okay, when I’m
thin I deserve love. When I’m thin I’m in control of
my life. When I’m thin I’m successful. When I’m fat I’m out of control. I don’t deserve love and I
deserve to be rejected. And so I drew that line. Now at 15, I was okay for a
while. I swam the next year, you know,
kept going. And then I went away to college,
and I went to college at the University of Arizona and all
the girls were about this big around and they’re blond from
California and I was an Indiana corn-fed heifer. All of a sudden, I was a little
bit hefty now. And I remember thinking, I’ve
got to get thinner, I’ve got to get thinner. And I got to the place where I
was 103 pounds and yet I looked in the mirror and saw myself as
fat. Didn’t see the veins, didn’t see
the gauntness, didn’t see the bones sticking out of my neck. I remember I had a sorority
sister sit me down and say, “Lisa, you’re too thin.” And I thought, she’s jealous,
she’s jealous. Because I had a voice that was
always telling me you’re not thin enough. Sid: That voice wasn’t a friend
of yours though, it was an enemy. Lisa: It starts out as a friend
and it becomes a tyrant. It becomes an accuser. It constantly rides you and it
refuses to ever pleased. And that is how a tyrant thinks
by never rewarding you, always just having that carrot just
right in front of your face. And so I lived to please that
voice. But it isn’t your friend. It’s your enemy and it’s there
to destroy you. Sid: You were actually a slave. Lisa: Yes I was. I was in captivity. And there’s a thousand women who
will die this year from eating disorders in America alone, and
that’s just what we know of. There’s millions of women in
America that are affected by this, and you know, it’s
actually to affect men. They’re not big enough. They don’t worry about being too
thin. They worry about not being big
enough. Sid: Now it’s lifting the
weights. Lisa: It’s all becoming
imprisoned to the outside instead of who you are on the
inside. Sid: You, in your book, you talk
about an understanding of a human that very few people have
a comprehension that a human is divided into three parts. Lisa: Right. Sid: Psychiatry usually talks
about two parts. Lisa: Two, right. Well I believe that who we are
on the outside is actually the smallest reflection of who we
really are. I am a spirit. I have a soul, which is my mind,
my will and emotions, and I live in a body. Someday my body is going to die. But I believe that my spirit
will go to be with God. Now your emotions and things are
all affected by how you’re raised, the kind of things. And I believe what happened with
me, there was a wounding in my soul that had a spiritual hold
on my life where I had, when you have a wound and you have a
valid need for something, you can try to meet that thing
invalidly and that’s what I tried to do with the weight
thing. But what happened is that it hit
me at such a level that I had a spiritual voice constantly
attacking me and saying, you’re not good enough. And because of vulnerability, I
was not in a place where I could really be strong spiritually
which would say, this is a lie, I am not what I am on the
outside. Sid: How about you? Are you listening to lies? Are you relating to what Lisa is
saying? You’re about ready to have one
of the most wonderful experiences of your life. Don’t go away. We’ll be right back. Hello YouTube mishpochah! Mishpochah is a Hebrew word; it
means family. This is Sid Roth. Welcome to my world where it’s
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miss a single episode of It’s Supernatural! Sid: Hello. Sid Roth your investigative
reporter. I’m here with Lisa Bevere who
has found not a natural, but a supernatural way to change the
way you think about yourself, which will have the effect. Take a look at Lisa. I mean, obviously whatever
you’re into was working. Lisa: And if anybody saw what I
did they would not believe that I really was doing anything. I do not exercise. Now I’m not saying you should
not exercise. I have four sons and so I don’t
really have a whole lot of time for mommy time. You know, it’s all mommy,
nothing for myself. But I don’t exercise. I don’t diet. I don’t count calories. I don’t worry about what I eat. Sid: No weight supplements. Lisa: No weight supplements. I don’t believe that you have to
do that. I really believe, Sid, that the
unseen controls be seen and if you can change yourself from the
inside out then sooner or later what’s on the inside will change
what’s on the outside. You know, I had such a
controlling spirit of fear over my life where I constantly
feared rejection, failure. I constantly looked at myself
and said, comparison-wise, I don’t need it, I’m not
acceptable. And I think every single woman
in America battles that. Every time, you just go to the
grocery store, you see these women that, you know, are
cleavage and thin, and you know, sexually desirable and you’re
there with your kids in the grocery carts, and you know,
you’re thinking, I can’t be that. And there’s a constant feeling,
there’s a constant image being sent to women that we constantly
have in front of us. Whether we realize it or not
we’re being bombarded with an image that is a lot, it’s not
even the truth. It’s not even real. Sid: Where are we as far as
history goes? Lisa: We’re repeating ourselves,
most definitely. Sid: Tell me, what’s the age? Lisa: Well you know, it’s
amazing. We’re almost like the Roman
culture. We have really returned to a
hedonistic culture where everything is measured by
self-gratification. And it’s interesting because the
Bible predicts that in the last days this would happen. God says that because people
will not recognize him as creator or be thankful, and just
say, you’ve done so much. Look at those beautiful
mountains, look at this beautiful what they were doing,
he says, it turns them over to be mastered by the lust that’s
grown within them. And what happens when you have
lust mastering you, you try to satiate it. You try to do anything you can
to satisfy that. And so what happens, we have a
culture that their goal is to be sexually attractive and that
really is the goal in any culture. That was the goal of the Roman
culture. You know, they would eat and
then throw up. It’s interesting. Sid: So it’s the same thing of
the anorexics. Lisa: They actually elevated it
to a vomitorium where the men and the women, you would eat
these elaborate banquets and then you would go over and throw
up. And we have really gotten to
that place where, you know, it’s a little bit different. There’s a little bit twist on
it. Theirs was just, we like the
taste, now we’re full, we can’t eat any more, let’s throw up so
we can eat more. Sid: And look at all the
diseases we have in society. Somehow it’s all got to be
connected. Lisa: Exactly. And I really believe that when
we violate natural laws, when we call evil good and good evil,
when we do not esteem what is to be esteemed, when we esteem the
base and hate the pure, then we do things in our life that break
the laws that govern us physically, that introduce
disease, introduce different problems. And we have, you know, these
women that are dying because they won’t eat and there will be
an abundance of food. You know, they’re starving
themselves in the midst of abundance, and that has to be
spiritual, and it can’t be reasoned with. You know, we have a lot of
counseling centers that are really trying to help these
women right now. I get a lot of letters. The name of my book is “You Are
Not What You Weigh” because I’m trying to say to women, you’re
not what you weigh. You think that once you’re 117
pounds and five-foot-six and everything is going to be happy
in your life, but you’re wrong. You’re not, that’s not what you
are. You’re something so different,
something so much more valuable. And if you will escape that
prison and that tyranny of that lie and turn to the truth, and
come out of that dark cellar you’ve lived in so long, then
you’re going to find out the truth, and when you know the
truth, it’s going to set you free. Sid: What happened to you? Lisa: Well with me, I had this
eating disorder from the time I was 15 until the time I was 21,
and at about that time I met the most wonderful man I’ve ever had
in my life, and I married him. I thought, this is wonderful,
we’ve got to get married. So I married him. But I went back home and when I
went back home I went back to everything I had been around. I had, at this point I had been
overweight, anorexic and now I had become a Christian. And Christians don’t drink, they
don’t smoke, but they eat. And you know, God doesn’t say
that gluttony is okay, and drinking and smoking is wrong. God says anything that masters
you is not healthy. Sid: That’s an acceptable sin. Lisa: It’s, Christians tend to
judge what they’re not in bondage to. And so, you know, that was an
acceptable thing. You know, we’re not in bondage
to cigarettes, we’re not in bondage to alcohol, we’re in
bondage to food, but that’s all right. And so I went from being
underweight to be overweight again. And I had gotten married. I had bought a wedding gown and
about three weeks before my wedding I needed to go and get a
slip for it. Well when I went in I couldn’t
get the gown on. It was about this far apart. Now I had gained so much weight. Sid: In just that short period
of time. Lisa: Well in about two months I
had gained quite a bit of weight. And when you have done the
anorexic thing, what happens is you’re afraid to start eating
because you’re afraid you won’t be able to stop. And when you do that to your
body you will gain weight very rapidly because your body, when
you start to eat it says, oh my goodness, she’s finally eating,
let’s store it. Sid: I’ve been told that your
metabolism actually changes when you do that. Lisa: It totally gets destroyed. Sid: When you lose weight and
gain weight, and lose weight, and gain weight. Lisa: My metabolism was so
destroyed, and I had been into the laxatives and the diuretics
for so long that I had really abused my body. I could eat an apple and not
lose any weight. I could, you know, eat
everything in the refrigerator. I could not be moderate. I could nothing or everything,
but I could not be moderate. There was no middle baseline. And I had just realized I had
outgrown my, you know, wedding gown that my parents had paid a
lot of money for. And I came home, and I threw
myself down on the floor, and I started crying, and I said,
“This is not fair. This is not fair.” And I really was mad at God. I said, “You have made me so
messed up. I can’t eat this. This is not fair.” And I cried, and I was angry,
and I was scared. And then I heard a voice say to
me, “Your weight is an idol to you. Food is an idol to you.” Now when I heard “idol” I
thought of my children’s Bible, this little golden calf. Sid: What does idol mean? Lisa: Exactly. What does an idol mean? And God said, “It’s what you
give your strength to and draw your strength from. It’s how you spend yourself. It’s what you think about all
the time. It’s what controls you. It’s what accuses you.” And he said, “If you will
repent,” which means turn from it, “if you’ll repent I’ll heal
you.” And then he said, “And I’m going
to tell you what you should weigh, not Vogue, not Shape, not
Glamour. I made you and I’m going to tell
you.” I was kind of sitting there
going, I had never put God into this part of my life. You would care about that? God, you’re involved in this? Do you even care? Sid: Yeah. You would think God isn’t
interested in what you weigh. A doctor you go is interested in
what you weigh. Lisa: But he’s interested in
anything that holds his children captive. Sid: So God told you what you
should weigh. Lisa: Exactly. And he gave me a number. At the time, now you’ve got to
understand how warped my idea was. I wanted to weigh 83 pounds at
one point. Sid: Eighty-three? Lisa: Yeah. I’m five-foot-seven, wanted to
weigh 83. Sid: Sideways we wouldn’t see
you. Lisa: No, no, no. I’d be dead. But the reason where I got that
figure from was I remembered in eighth grade feeling thin and
that was the last time I remember being comfortable with
myself before I started puberty, before everything else, and I
wanted to go back to that. So I felt like if I could back
83 pounds then I would be free. Sid: Eighty-three pounds? Let’s find out what God did in
her life. Because what God did for Lisa he
wants to do for you. Don’t go away. We’ll be right back. Sid: Hello. Sid Roth back again with Lisa
Bevere and I know you can hardly wait. Lisa, so you want to go down. Lisa: Right. Sid: To being Twiggy. Lisa: Well beyond that, from
being way unhealthy. But God gave me a figure and it
was much more than the 83 pounds, but it was much less
than I was at that point. I think it was about 140 at that
point. And it was 116 was the weight he
gave me. And I tore it off, the little
piece of paper, and I stuck it in my Bible. Sid: Did he give you
instructions on how to get down to the weight? Lisa: Exactly. And then he said something to
me. He said, “Now, no more dieting,
no more weighing yourself.” I weighed myself incessantly, I
mean, eight times a day at least. You, people with eating
disorders constantly do that. So I climbed in the attic, I put
my scales away and I said, okay, no more dieting. All right, I can do that. I’m going to lose this weight. And then I started to panic, and
God said, “No more dieting. I want you to go on a fast.” I said, a fast? Wait a minute, you just–“ Sid:
Had you ever been on a fast? Lisa: Yes I had, but not really
a true fast. I kind of do those things, I
need to hear from God, I need to lose some weight. I think I just won’t eat today. But God said, “No, you don’t
understand.” He said, “What I’m talking to
about is totally different than anything you’ve done.” He said, “A diet will change the
way you look, but a fast will change the way you live.” He said, “A diet will change
your appearance, but the fast will change the way you see
things for the rest of your life.” He said, “A diet is a denial of
food.” He said, “A fast is the time
when you find out I am enough to sustain you.” And I didn’t believe he was. I didn’t believe that God was
going to sustain me, Sid. I believed I had to have food. I believed I had to have the
approval of other people. I believed I would live for
that. So I said, all right. And I remember thinking, God is
calling me to himself for the next three days. And I went on a juice and
distilled water and water fast for the next three days. And I was not anorexic at this
time. I was overweight. I don’t believe he would have me
fast at that time if I had been underweight. And for the next three days, I
just said, I’m changing my focus. I’m changing the way I’m not
going to look at these things. I’d hear whispering. I’d hear, go weigh yourself. I bet you’re losing weight. Just go. A little encourage. No, I’m not doing that. And the next three days I just
said, “God, you know, you made me. You need to heal this area in me
that’s been wounded, that has made me so vulnerable.” And during that time, just
totally changed. Then after I came off he said,
“Now I’m going to teach you to eat until you’re satisfied, not
until you’re uncomfortable.” I didn’t know how to stop eating
until I was in pain. I thought you stopped eating
when you could not eat any more. Sid: Yeah. I came from a culture where my
parents said the children in Europe are starving. Lisa: Starving. Food is love. Sid: Eat, eat. Lisa: I used to say, can we send
it to them? I don’t want this. But you know, I’m from an
Italian background. Same thing. You eat. We show we love you by feeding
you. And so I remembered pushing away
and saying, I’m done and I remember my mom saying, “You
don’t like it?” Oh no, I like it, but I’m
satisfied. And you know what I had to do to
get that? I had to acknowledge God’s
involvement before I ate. You know, it’s amazing,
everybody will say grace. Why do we say grace? He says, we offer our food with
prayer and thanksgiving. We say, all right God, you have
provided this food for me. It’s not my source. It’s not what gives me
contentment. It’s from strength. And I’m going to ask you to show
me when I’m satisfied, not when I’m engorged, not when I’m in
pain. Sid: How long did it take for
this change of, basically it’s a total change of thinking. Lisa: It was a total change of
thinking. And it happened on the fast and
it was, immediately it changed my life. Now I can’t tell you the voice
didn’t try to come back. When I was pregnant with my
first child I remember being on the doctor’s table and he said,
“Whoa, you gained eight pounds in one month.” And he said, “You better stop
this. You’re going to be weigh too
heavy.” And I remember coming off the
table, this is in Dallas, and saying to him, “Listen, I’m
five-foot-seven, I weigh 135. I’m six months pregnant. Don’t you dare say that to me. There’s a lot of women that are
five-foot-seven that weigh 135 when they’re not pregnant.” You know, it’s a cultural thing
where there’s a fear thing to lose weight. I said, “No, no, I’m not going
to do this.” But now I have been married for
17 years. I have four kids. Sid: So this has been going on
for 17 years. Lisa: Seventeen years, four
children and God has been faithful. If I will eat until I’m
satisfied then I’m fine. You know, it’s amazing. The Bible talks about this woman
named Sarah who was beautiful and 75, a hundred years old. So beautiful that kings were
taking her from her husband. And it says that we can be her
daughters if we don’t give way to hysterical fears. It doesn’t say anything about
running aerobics in the desert. It doesn’t say anything about
diet and exercise plans. It says, if we don’t live in
fear. And fear is such a governing
force. I believe that our culture right
now is so fearful, so self-motivated, so
self-conscious. That is what we got in the
garden. When Adam and Eve ate the fruit,
immediately they realized they were naked. They became entrapped to the
outside when God really wants us to be free from the inside out. Sid: Would you like to be free? Would you like to be free from
the inside out? Lisa said that the first thing
she did is she repented of having an idol, the idol in
Lisa’s life, food. What’s the idol in your life? Sports, money, sex, drugs,
alcohol? What is your idol? Repent of that. Say, God I’ve replaced you with
my idol and I don’t want my idol. I want you. I need you, God. I need you. Please forgive me. I believe that Jesus died for my
sin and by his blood it’s washed away and I’m clean. But I need your help every
minute of every day. Come inside of me. Take over my life. I make you Lord over my eating,
over everything. And Lord, if I do anything
that’s displeasing show me and I’ll be quick to repent. I want to know you more than
anything else. Change me. It’s not just my weight, it’s my
everything. I need change and you’re my only
hope, and I turn to you in Jesus’ name. Thank you, God. Thank you that you hear my
prayers, that you have something better for me than I have right
now. My heart’s cry is there must be
something more and now I know there is. You, you’re the more. I make you not just my savior so
I can go to Heaven. I make you my Lord. I need you desperately. I have such a passion for you,
God. I need you, Lord. I need you. [music]

100 Replies to “I Supernaturally Lost Weight with NO Diet or Supplements! | Lisa Bevere

  1. "When Adam and Eve ate the fruit, immediately they realized they were naked. They became entrapped to the outside when God really wants us to be free from the inside out." โ€“ Lisa Bevere 22:55

  2. i have tried to ask for God's involvement with my ED and i have heard nothing. i have fasted for days and nothing. i feel hopeless

  3. I am truly grateful for the teachings here! I have no problems with food but I discovered that I have some idols so I can repent; and that through fasting I can be free from bad habits, to change the way I live and to change the way I see life. Thanks a lot!

  4. this is the first sid roth video that made me cry. I so identified with what lisa shared; it touched my heart like no other speaker on his show, but when he faced the camera at the end and told us how to pray, I really broke down and prayed all those things for myself.
    I believe that so many, like myself, are wounded by treachery and lack of love and caring by their parents. I have been carrying around the burden of the effect that childhood abuse and neglect had on me, which made me incapable of knowing God's love or His forgiveness, and incapable of "showing up for my own life". the weight is from a deep-seated need to "protect" myself from my husband, who is experienced by my inner child as my dad. I'm always trying to repulse him so he won't desire me sexually, since I cannot say no to my husband, being a lifelong "pleaser".
    I think that self-hatred is the hardest iniquity to be healed of and set free from.
    In the meantime, I'm trying to accept myself as I am and to hope in my savior Jesus.

  5. Important point, y'all: it may be that you identified with lisa's issues and even the particular sin that the Lord convicted her of, but that doesn't mean that His instructions for her are meant for anyone else. Though fasting and prayer are a good practice in general, we must seek the Lord for what specific remedy He has for our issue and problem, since we are all unique. Ultimately, it will come down to what your specific healing issues are, which you need Him to reveal to you. I recommend asking Him to show you that, and not do anything in particular as regards eating (whether fasting, trying to not do your e.d., etc); just take a break and ask Him for HIS diagnosis and treatment protocol for you.

  6. i kept praying and talking to God about how, im scared that im not lovable because my body, im 31 years old, i dont have a flat stomach, even my belly abdomen? but the part under my breats is large, my thighs have always been my aria of where i gain my weight, iv never ever ever had skinny legs or thighs, so i was praying and talking to God and saying: i feel like i cant be loved or im not worthy enough for the one that i care about. im not married btw, and still a virgin . but i heard the Lord last night tell me: listen to lisa bevere i forgot he asked me to do that until now, so i look on youtube for what, i couldnt find anything because i listened to almost every message from her i was gonna give up and say nah. but i kept scrolling and off to the side was this video. im not finished with this video yet but i thank The Lord for this.

  7. Lisa so Brave! I was molested for 13 yrs now I am a 100lbs overweight I try to make myself unattractive as a self defense mechanism but God will finish what he has started in me.

  8. Amen! It was by a divine chance that I even came across this video. This was confirmation for me. I have been overweight my whole life, and Iโ€™ve been having a desire to lose weight, but this time around Iโ€™m fed up. I was looking into diet plans etc. Now I see this video all praises to The Lord! God bless you Sid Roth and your family, and broadcast team. And God bless you Lisa and your family thank you for sharing your testimony. To God Be the Glory.

  9. believable! i prayed to God for my daughter's weight problem during her school days. she tried various diets and deprived herself food, nothing worked. she gave up dieting. seeing how unhappy she was, i decided to PRAY TO GOD about it, after all, GOD IS THE CREATOR OF THE HUMAN ANATOMY, thus He SHOULD AND WILL KNOW its mechanisms in ALL aspects! short months passed and i noticed my daughter seemed NOTICEABLY thinner!! and she was top heavy prior but lost weight 'there' too. now, if obese the bust and rear are the hardest to lose! THIS HAD TO BE GOD! remembering Jesus' promise in matthew 18: ' Again, I tell you truly that if two of you on the earth agree about ANYthing you ask for, it will be done for you by My Father in heaven. For where two or three gather together in My name, there am I with them'. emphasis here on word 'ANYthing. He is that understanding and generous a GOD. then i recall throughout holy bible that God bestows blessings SUDDENLY. example: God speaking in ISAIAH 48:3 'foretold the former things long ago; they came out of My mouth; I proclaimed them. Suddenly I acted, and they came to pass.' and there is no need to challenge Him or TEST Him when petitioning ANYthing from Him. He warns us in LUKE 4! just pray with earnest – from the heart – the thing you want of Him. DO NOT LIMIT HIM. JUST BELIEVE HE CAN and WILL DO it!!! believing is FAITH [required and all throughout the Holy Bible]. GOD ELOHIM JEHOVAH IS A GOD THAT DOES THE IMPOSSILE AND WITH ABUNDANCE!

  10. Huh ๐Ÿค” … Well Good did the exact opposite for me!!! I've always had a "nice body" constantly focused on maintaining or losing weight. But God took that from me. I gained 40 lbs, found a love for food, and love myself so much more at this weight then I did when I was thin! I'm a thick daughter of the most high, he loves me as I am & so do I!! I could care less what the women at the grocery store look like AMEN

  11. why is it that some overweight people have to shame or bully people who are thin or want to be thin? When I was 115 pounds in my 20s and 30s I got bullied constantly by overweight people. looks like a few thin shamers are commenting here. That's not the love of God it is mean. I've been overweight for a few years bcuz I gave in to the bullies and gained weight. now I feel sick and tired most the time. Fat is not a healthy state of being so stop shaming people who want to be thin and or healthy!

  12. I understand totally. At 13 I at first weighed 105lbs. Within 3 months I weighed 89lbs. My measurements were 36 18 30. I had no hips. Just top and bottom. I thought i needed to lose more weight. Then in 11 grade at age 16 I weighed 127. My foster sisters and foster mom called me chubby. I started throwing up after I went to a party. I drank to much. Next day I was 2lbs lighter. I seen I could eat whatever I wanted to as long as after dinner I threw up and still lost weight. I started exercising. By 3 months I weighed 115. I stopped the throwing up after dinner. I ate smaller portions and psyched myself out thinking potatoes of any kind was poisoned. Candy was yucky. Starchy breads and noodles were not my friend. Yes I was on a low carb diet but wasn't on a diet. Never heard of a low carb diet. I lost another 10 more lbs and maintained it all through 12 grade.
    I didn't take any laxatives or weight loss pills. But after I got married I got pregnant and thats all it took. Boom 65lbs in 9 months. I wasn't eating much but the weight came on. I did lose 30 before leaving the hospital though. My baby weighed 8lbs 2oz. Then I was pregnant again but had a miscarriage. So now I was upto 150. And again I was pregnant. At least this time I only gained 17lbs. And I lost 27lbs before leaving the hospital. So with all of that rollercoasting in weight, I am a mess. Now I have Menopause. I am going to try my smaller portions with the help of Jesus. Thank you.

  13. So thankful for Lisa's story โค its been 28 long years with disordered thinking/eating. I'm believing for my own success story.

  14. Gosh I can't believe anyone can fall for this!
    Image, fashion, make-up , material possessions are the very things Jesus would disapprove as they're very shallow.
    What curses? Her father just was unintentionally very cruel!!! No curses! It's XXl century!

  15. She is just living a normal life like the rest of us!
    She's criticizing image but she's plastered with make-up so image for her is very important.

  16. Sorry for commenting so much but I'm doing it whilst watching.
    If you eat just an apple a day you mess up your metabolism and your body thinks starvation! Let's store as much fat as possible.
    You will loose weight if you eat small portions every two hours.
    Another thing – running alll day after four boys is enough exercise to keep her slim.

  17. Occasionally, I stumble across information that hits a bullseye in my heart. This is one of those rare but cherished times. Thank you for this. I think she would make an excellent pastor too.

  18. Well I don't know about the not exercise thing because God gave us the mind of Christ and we have to think the right way, eat right, exercise, pray for wisdom and use common sense!

  19. it's a pity Sid, that your shows are more focused on supernatural than on spiritual. hence a mixture with chaff and grain. undirectly you promote doctrines of demons. be very careful. you've been saved for truth. God bless you and guide you

  20. Thank you Holy Spirit for this teaching! I truly needed this! Thank you God for loving us all so very much! God bless you Sid Roth for this anointing teaching! ๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน

  21. Very intelligent of you Sid to put this video out as I'm sure it will help many people! There
    is too much pressure on people these days to look just perfect. Especially if we have been
    severely judged in our lives by a parent for whatever reason or by others. The idol might
    also be clothes, money or whatever. We are good enough because God made us plenty
    good enough. When you know this you do not have to do a lot of that so called comfort
    eating like with sweets etc. Surrendering the need to control others and situations even
    if we only want for their betterment is best. Can't do any better than leave it to God after
    we've done all we can. Conflict with others won't do them or us any good. Only leads to
    possible snacking or possible erratic behavior. Fear is only False Evidence Appearing Real.

  22. OK CHRISTIAN'S!!!!! TO ARMS!!!! brothers and sisters, im gonna keep this short, i picked up two hitch hikers and took them to south carolina (from north) these women clearly had drug abuse issues, and im pretty sure they were prostitutes, and one of them says she has night terrors, I told them both to pray before they go to bed, because i think there is a demonic connection, because i had things bothering me, and after watching steven bancarz i prayed about them and it went away, so to make a long story short, please be willing to pray for Jessica and Kim, I don't know their last names, but The Lord does. Jessica and Kim, especially at night, well, just anytime, add them to your church prayer lists, spread their names on whatever links you go to, im going to do the same and get some sleep, drove a long way, Grace to you all.

  23. Yes. God is faithful.
    So blessed to hear this testimony.

    I did everything also to lose weight. But there was a particular month that my weight still the same after doing many ways. So I decided to FAST and pray for miracle. Then, miraculously I lose 4kilos in just 5 days. For me that was a real miracle from God.
    THANK YOU, LORD JESUS!
    YOU ARE SO POWERFUL!
    GLORY TO GOD!

  24. When I didn't have a relationship with Jesus, I got married (103 lbs 5'2") and after 3 children my husband told many times that I was fat at 113 lbs. My marriage fell apart in 2000 and my weight of 113 lbs went up to 280 lbs. Everything when wrong in my body. I was so afraid of being alone, hurt by my children going back and forth, depressed, felt worthless, stupid, and unwanted/unloved. October 4, 2012 Jesus found me in Freedom Session (a Spiritual 12 step program at my church) and the huge healing I received freed me from the loneliness, sexual abuse, porn, depression, anxiety, and lost the over weight (was 113 lbs then 280 lbs now 130 lbs). Woman whether Christian or Secular would ask what diet I used to lose the weight. I told them all that it was God's Diet. These woman would say to me that they had never heard of this God's Diet. I explained that my Lord God brought healing to me and taught me to cook healthy. My Lord God broke the chains of my milk chocolate addiction and lifted the depression/anxiety/IBS curse from me. Praise to God. I am so thankful that Jesus rescued me and redeemed me. I am healthy and well at 130 lbs. I know who I am, I am a Child of God. I am known in my family as the "Wrestling Grandma". I can get down to my grandchildren's level and play like a child, and get up with no trouble. All the Praise Glory I give to my Lord God. For I do not exercise much and could never lose weight on my own power. I have been transformed super naturally by our Great God. May every woman and man be free of their fears, anxiety, and hurts. May they then be set free of the idols and repent. Then may weight lose come to a healthier weight for all. Thank you Lisa Bevere for your powerful testimony. God bless, Kathy

  25. Love you, love you, love you Sid, such a powerful closing statement. Thank you from my heart โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ

  26. Father God, please help me. I need You on this journey. I canโ€™t do it on my own, I have failed too many times. Help me loose 80-100 lbs.

  27. Back in 1992 I was over wait and I prayed GOD created me the body that you wanted me to have not what I want but what you want thank you Father that's what I prayed in 1992 I went to a blind car practor and I asked the car practor how old I was on my body and I believe this is what in heaven was supposed to look like youthful and so that's what he told me I felt a youthful and I gave it to the Lord that I was in His image not in the image of man

  28. I am a Moslem and I swear it was like listening to scripture from the Quran. Ladies & Gentlemen, of all religions that came from above, We have more in common with each other than we think. May God bless you all with health and happiness โค๏ธ๐Ÿ˜Š

  29. I hope fathers watch this and realize what responsibility they have in affirming their children according to the Word.
    But praise God we now have a Father who is nothing but Love! John 1:12

  30. Please agree with me to lose 10kgs supernaturally in Jesus mighty name ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ

  31. If you don't believe then why are you here raining on believers parade and reading comments? People who believe will experience it just in Law of Attraction everything works but it's not at your timing.

  32. My idol is life. May God forgive me to have come here to be put in weakness and live in weakness. May Jesus forgive me to have no choice but to be here. This planet is hard. The challenges are too much. The battles are too many. May jesus forgive me for idolizing this life. I have no other place to go to live in power. I am surrounded by weakness and I am tired.

  33. Please pray and agree with me and my wife to get back to our normal weight!! In Jesus Name!! Amen!!

  34. I needed this. I have made my weight and idol. I have let the spirit of heaviness cause my weight gain in the natural. I declare I'm free healed and full of authority to set captives free. I declare I will fast and seek my abba!!!

  35. scripture says we'll become lovers of self. this is so true . Satan is the angel of light. that shiny object is a lie. my mother died bc she stopped eating but she was 91 and 83 lbs.

  36. Please agree with me to lose 30 pounds of weight. Im at 4'11 and need to go down to 95 pounds for healthy weight for my height and to avoid being constantly sick due to being overweight!

    Glory to God!

  37. God cancel any curse that was directed to me by the the Evilspirit of Generational curses to destroy my wieght…. God make my body a new body in the name of Jesus Christ

  38. Please pray for me… Iโ€™ve been obsessing and examining my weight, thinking about food 24/7 and I feel so hopeless because Iโ€™ve only gained weight since trying so hard to lose it(with exercise).

  39. *Men can have anorexia
    *Anorexic PEOPLE (Not "anorexics" don't purge. That is called Bulimia.)
    *You can't tell if someone does/does not have trouble with their weight just based on their physical appearance
    *Anorexic people can be overweight. Anorexia does not discriminate based upon appearance

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