SID: I’m wondering, there’s no medicine. There was no stores to go to. It was a barren desert. So having the name of God on the Jewish people under the old covenant resulted in those blessings, there wasn’t one feeble, one sick among them. How much greater having the presence of God after your sins have been atoned for? Now, the oldest fragment of scripture that we have in creation, 400 years older than the Dead Sea scrolls, is a scripture from the book of Numbers, chapter six, verse 24 to 26. When you started reading this, you know what happened to your friend in Israel. He just came undone, that he had an encounter with the living God. So Warren thinks, oh, I’m Jewish. He’s Gentile. I should have it even more. So what happened to you?
WARREN: Nothing. It was a beautiful prayer.
SID: what are you doing here, on my show?
WARREN: It’s a beautiful prayer, but it didn’t do anything for me. So I’m going, what is wrong with me? I remembered one thing. He said it was prayed over him in the Hebrew. So I said, maybe we’re missing something in the translation. Maybe the Hebrew has something there that we’re missing.
SID: You made a decision.
SID: That there is something powerful on that scripture, but you didn’t know how to get that power out.
SID: That’s what you’re talking about.
WARREN: Right. Because, the Hebrew has much more meaning to each word. Like the words bless you, keep you, all of these words are very abstract in the English. Bless, keep, shine my face upon you. What does that really mean? When you get into thee, it explodes, the many shades of meaning of the word Shalom. All of these have incredible meaning. And so as I started looking at this, the Hebrew contains the fullness of what the blessing is and what the word should say from God. But the English has only a portion.
SID: So, you get the revelation of the Hebrew, and then what?
WARREN: Well, as I started understanding this more and more, and as I started praying it over myself, there was an incredible thing that I started to experience. I really did start experiencing the glory, the same glory as a little boy, that I was in the clouds, in heaven. And I saw the glory, the Shekinah glory, I felt same thing, like in the Ten Commandments as a little boy that I sent, it was just this powerful thing that happened to me.
SID: And then you had an encounter with the face of God.
WARREN: Yes. As I started saying this prayer over myself, I was in between sleep and waking up. And all of a sudden, I sensed this face that was in front of me. I could see eyes. I could see mouth. All of a sudden, I felt the father. I said father. And it was like a breath came to me. And it says in Genesis that Yehovah God, it’s the father who knelt over Adam, who was clay, breathed into his nostrils. And when he breathed, Adam came to life. Oh, I felt this life come into me, this incredible thing. And I said, I don’t want to ever lose that sense of that. I don’t want to lose this. And I realized that it was the father. I could have a relationship with Yeshua. I could have an experiential supernatural relationship with the Holy Spirit. I can have a supernatural experiential relationship with the father. When you have access to the father, he gives you an impartation of himself. The word—