Karen Roth Ministries International LTD
Grab a cuppa of your favorite beverage and cozy up with me and my dear friend, Sylvia as we share insights gleaned from our collective 42 years of relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. No topic is off limits as we discuss pivotal moments in our personal lives with real life examples of experiencing the love, power, peace, healing and tangible presence of God in the midst of difficult circumstances. We pray that these 20 minute, heart driven conversations will encourage and inspire you to shake off the “should’s and should nots” and go deep with the living God.
One day each of us will stand before the Lord Jesus Christ (2 Cor. 5:10-11). Are you “good enough?” to enter His Kingdom with an abundant entrance (2 Peter 1:10-11), or will you be ashamed? (1 John 2:28). It’s within this context that we explore the “salvation” of Simon the sorcerer in Acts 8:4-25. Let us take time now while we have the opportunity to examine ourselves and receive His abundant life now and eternal! John 1:12-13; John 3:5; John 10:10; John 14:6; Romans 3:23; 2 Cor. 7:10 & 13:5; 2
There is nothing about the way God created us that is not magnificent or complete. If we consider ourselves as lacking in any way, we must determine what false beliefs lie behind this perspective. God did not create any average people; however, a fallen world does try to convince us we are nothing special. It is our deepest desire to equip you with the truth so that your faith can be strengthened in the face of dark days. We are overcomers! Matthew 24:12; 1 Timothy 4:1; 1 John 4:17; Philippians
Many professing believers use Paul’s verses in Romans 7:13-25 to justify that we must continue to “wrestle with a "sin nature” but fail to read these verses in context and don’t make the connection that Paul was describing his inability to overcome sin when he was still unredeemed and “under the law”. The glorious truth of the gospel (good news!) is that Jesus Christ completely freed us from the “law of sin and death” (Romans 8:2). In Christ, we are completely new and free from our old life of s
Today we share practical & actionable ways in which to eliminate doubt daily. We also share testimonies of how we have practiced what we teach.Jesus has much to say, repeatedly, regarding how to “have faith”. He also tells us things that will hinder the receiving of what we’ve asked for & He shows us how to ask with power. Knowing God’s word & living out of His love for us will protect us from prayer roadblocks like unbelief & disappointment.
In Psalm 91, we read powerful promises that are ours when we dwell in the secret place of the Most High. So what does this look like for the follower of Christ? Intimacy with the Godhead through the sacrifice of Christ is available to all who have put their faith and trust in Him. Intimacy is experiential and yet is not limited to your “feelings” or emotions. Rather, it is a deepening of your personal understanding of your heavenly Father, friend, and comforter. When you take time to be still &
Are you a “victim” or a conqueror? As things in the world become increasingly dark and dangerous, your understanding and application of His Word will determine if and how you will endure. In today’s convo, we address key aspects revealed in the book of James as well as insights from Proverbs to prepare you to walk in the triumphant victory of Christ without fear! James 1:21-27; Proverbs 18:10; Proverbs 3:5-6; 1 Peter 1:15-16.
Can Christians encounter the demonic today, and if so, what do we do? In this session, we address a taboo topic that the church at large has avoided in an attempt to arm the believer against the wiles of the devil. Scriptures referenced in this episode: Ephesians 6:10–20; Mark 7: 24-30; Acts 10:38; Luke 10:19; Acts 1:8.
In Part 2 of our convo on deliverance we introduce testimonies of encounters with & freedom from demonic oppression. Deliverance is one of the many benefits we have through our salvation in Jesus Christ. The spiritual realm is real & we are seeing an increase in the manifestation of evil all around us. We cannot ignore an issue that Jesus empowered us to address. Listen & be encouraged that you need not be intimidated by evil; rather, you must be informed & spiritually armed in order to activate
Jesus said that we would be persecuted for righteousness sake and on account of faith in Him. In the same way, Paul states that all who desire to live godly in Christ will suffer. The enemy tries to deceive us to believe that the sacrifice of Christ was not comprehensive. Many unknowingly think that they are suffering in Christ instead of recognizing the tricks and snares of the enemy. Jesus died so that you can be free! This convo will help you to distinguish the abundant life in Jesus from the
All true believers, who are born again in Christ receive power, love, and a sound mind in the gift of the Holy Spirit. Yet, few understand how to access & appropriate the riches of the baptism or the fullness of the Holy Spirit that Jesus first poured out on the day of Pentecost. If you’re not yet walking in power, go to the Word to learn how to access what’s already yours in Christ. The world is waiting for you to walk in power! John 1:33; Luke 11:13; Acts 1:5, 8; Acts 2:4, 32-33; Acts 6:8; Act
In part 2, we share personal examples of how to walk this out so you are fully equipped to experience the fullness of His abundant life. No more compromise and no more victim mindset. You are free in Christ, let’s live in this power-filled reality! Proverbs 8:17; Galatians 3:13-14; 2 Cor. 3:17-18; John 6:63; John 8:31-32; 2 Tim.3:5.
In this powerful conversation, Karen shares how the Lord revealed several areas of her life that were not pleasing to Him and how she learned that God is not a harsh task master or “kill joy” but a loving Father who desires for His children to know the freedom He died to give us. Scriptures: 2 Cor. 5:17; John 8:36; John 10:10; 1 John 5:18; Romans 3:23.
The simplicity of the gospel is found in a deep & connected relationship with the person of Jesus Christ as expressed in scripture. It is through this simple, daily, & intentional relationship that we access all of the powerful and beautiful gifts Jesus suffered, died, & rose again to give to us. Our born again life begins in Christ and by growing in our understanding of His nature, we find who we were created to be. Scripture references: Colossians 3:3; Philippians 3:7-11; Philippians 1:21...
How many times have you heard a believer say that God was using sickness/disease to teach them? In this convo, we go to the scripture and reveal His truth to dispel this unbiblical narrative which is contrary to the very nature and character of our loving Father. TThe work of the cross of Jesus Christ is complete & comprehensive: mind, body, and spirit. Scripture references: John 16:33; John 10:10; Psalm 78:41; Isaiah 53:5; Mark 9:23-24; Mark 11:22-24.
Today’s topic goes right to the heart of our identity issue in the Body of Christ. We hope this episode will help you begin to reframe what you may believe about yourself, as a child of God. Children of God are not described as sinners, we are described as the righteousness of God. When our perspective is elevated, we begin to live from the top and not from the bottom, above and not beneath our station in life. Check out who Christ says you are - it’s GOOD news!
Have you ever wondered how Christ’s sacrifice and resurrection benefits you in this life? Many believers have not been taught the reality of man’s restored dominion and authority in Christ. In this episode, Karen & Sylvia reveal the impact of exercising His dominion when you believe and declare His word/truth in the circumstances of every day life. Scripture references: Genesis 3:16-19; Genesis 1:26-28; Psalm 91; Psalm 8:4-5; Hebrews 2:5-16; 1 John 4:17; James 4:7; Ephesians 4:11-16.
In today’s faith convo Sylvia & Karen share personal and biblical truths regarding faith in God and His faithfulness and how it is all a product of abiding in Him continually. Scripture references: Psalm 91; Hebrew 11:8-12; Micah 7:19; Hebrews 8:12; James 1:5; Romans 10:17; Isaiah 53:5; 1 Peter 2:24
In this episode, we discuss the motives of the heart and how to ensure that God's word falls on "good soil". "But that in the good ground, these are the ones who are of such a nature that in a noble and virtuous heart, having heard the word, are holding it fast and are bearing fruit in patience." Luke 8:15, Wuest translation.