Troy Brewer

Troy BrewerJESUS IS THE ORIGINAL TIME TRAVELER

Sid Roth: My guest, Troy Brewer says Jesus is the original time traveler. Time travel is real and he has proof next. Troy, you get into controversial teaching. God gets you in trouble all the time, doesn't he?

TROY: He does. Yes, sir. He does.

SID: Okay. You say time travel was created by God and there's a background from the Bible that most people have missed. Explain that.

TROY: Well, yes sir, Sid. God is not father time. He's actually father God and God did indeed create the entire material universe with time, space and matter together. So you can actually find that in Genesis 1:1. In the beginning, time, God created the heavens, space, and the earth, matter. Thousands of years before the rest of the world discovered it was right there in the Bible the entire time. And so whenever the Lord created time, he created it in such a way to where things have beginning and things have ending. And he does that for a very, very, very specific reason. And it's super important that we understand it.

SID: Why is that important we understand it?

TROY: The messiah himself is the redeemer. And whenever he redeems, he changes a curse into a blessing, dead things into live things, things where there was shame in the things that were honored. And that entire process of this exchange is actually called redemption. And so how heaven invades earth in that exchange where the blood of the lamb comes in and says, "I'm going to exchange that," that's what he's talking about whenever it comes to redemption.

SID: Oh, okay. So he's in process of redeeming everything.

TROY: Yes he is.

SID: What is this got to do with time?

TROY: Before I tell you that, can I just tell you, you know that we can invite the manifest presence of God here, right? We know we can and you and I, we love the glory of God. His visible awesomeness, his weightiness, his tangible presence. I also know that I can invite the Lord. I can say, "Lord, I ask you sir, to be made manifest, say, in Uganda. Show up at my friend's prayer meeting and do that." Well, that's an understanding of space. And I know that if time and space and matter are in perfect continuum and they are, then I know that if I can do that, I can also invite him into here or there or wherever to be made manifest.

But it also means that I'm not subject to a time line, to invite the presence of the Lord in[to]. What I mean by that is I'm in this place right now. I can't go back through time. You can't go back through time, but I know somebody who can and he can literally step into a timeframe right now or he can step into, we can invite him into a timeframe of back then or even into our future. Whereas Jesus told brother Peter, "I've seen the day that you die and it glorifies me."

SID: Once this key is understood, you see it throughout the Bible.

TROY: It's all the way there. It's there all the way through. Even the Psalmist said in Psalms 139, verse five, and I love the Passion Translation of this. It says this. "You go into my future to prepare the way. And then in kindness, you go behind me." And then it says, "To spare me from the harm of my past." Oh my goodness. When I first saw that Sid, I was like, "That's exactly what I'm talking about. It's actually been in the Bible the whole time." And I was like, "Wow."So God is not subject to time in any way whatsoever. He's not shackled to it. And God created time for the purposes of redemption. As soon as you find out exactly where the timeline begins and exactly where the timeline ends biblically, you begin to understand that. So whenever he created this timeline, what happened was as soon as Adam sinned, he falls into time and the Lord says, "Okay, your clock is now ticking."The Bible says a day is to the Lord a thousand years. And Adam died on the first day, which is 930 years later. Now why would he have to enter into that? Because Sid, time is the only place that you can say, "That was then, this is now and this is the promise of how it's going to be." Now in the whole eternal realm, how you enter into it is how you've always been. And that's why it's so important for us to enter in saved, full of the Holy Spirit. Holy, redeemed. Because once you enter in, that's the way that you're always going to be, but in time, it's not so. Actually through a very relational process, the Father comes to us and begins to, line upon line, precept upon precept, from faith to faith, from glory to glory, from everlasting unto everlasting, from deep unto deep, he begins to reveal one layer of another layer of another layer of his redemptive plan towards us until we finally get to the Messiah. And then from there, he builds an amazing relationship with us and says, "Now for every place in your life that looks like hell, I want it to look like heaven." That can only happen within an actual timeline.

SID: You teach you can redeem the timeline from things in the past, like hurts, like traumas from the past.

TROY: Yes.

SID: Explain how you can do that.

TROY: Well, I have just, in partnering with the Lord, I know Sid that if I seek the Lord, I will find him. That if I ask, I know he will answer. I know that if I knock, I know he is so faithful to open up that door. I know that, but that's not just for my now because see, he's not subject to time. I am. So if I find a place in my past or if I'm scared of something within my future, I can't go back to that place. And I can't hurry up and get into that other place, but the Lord can step into that place right now. Even if it's past for me. It matters nothing to him. Time is time to him and he is not subject to time. Time is subject to him.

SID: Troy has proof that Jesus is the original time traveler. Troy, this redeeming the timeline. You have some amazing, I mean, when I say amazing, I mean amazing stories of praying with people, which is all can be done just through your CDs and your brand new book of redeeming your timeline. But this takes the cake. The red ring story.

TROY: So one year when I was a very young man, I had two separate friends that their parents were killed in private plane crashes. And one of those girls, I didn't see for years and years and years. And I finally ran into her just a few years ago. And we discussed her life. We discussed what had happened from the time that her parents were killed in this tragic, terrible event, how it had spun her off. She hadn't been able to have good relationships. She didn't get along well with her brothers and sisters. She didn't get along with well with her children. And so I asked her, I said, "Have you ever asked the Lord into your life?" And she said, "Yes." And I said, "Well, have you asked God into your life back then?" She goes, "How can I possibly do that?" So I just walked her through and said, "What is the worst part of [that]whole plane crash for you?"And she just simply said, "The fact that it must have been so, so scary and terrifying." I'm like, "Well, let's invite the Lord. Let's ask Jesus if he'll actually be in that airplane, while that airplane is going down." And she said, "We can do that?" And I said, "Yeah, he's not subject to time. Let's ask him." So we prayed this strange prayer and we invited the Lord into the actual cabin of that airplane to be made manifest. And while we were praying that prayer, the Lord responded and I saw in my spirit, I heard him say to his wife, "God is with us. God is with us."And I saw him put his arms around his wife and I saw that on his hand, he had this giant red ring. And so I told her this story and she said, "Well, my dad was actually wearing a big, giant red ring whenever the plane crashed." And she said, "We never found it. I don't know where it went," but she said, "That's remarkable."I said, "Well, you know what? We invited the Lord there and God showed up and I heard him say, 'The Lord is with us. The Lord is with us.'" Well, after that, she got reunited with her brother and instantly her relationships started changing. Instantly God began to do miracles within her life. And her brother said, "I think that we should go together out to the plane crash together to the actual site." Never been out there. More than 30 years. They went out there together. They walked up to the crash site and right there, 30 years later was that giant red ring sitting right on top of the ground. It was a prophetic marker.

SID: How many years later?

TROY:32, I believe.

SID: Wow. How did that affect her?

TROY: It's changed her life. She knew now [her]parents were not alone. The Lord was with them and she knew also, “I had the power. I actually had the power in this day to invite the Lord into that place because God is not subject to time.”And then, you know what? Her marriage was made new. Her relationship with her children was made new. Why? Because the curse from that flow of time had now been redeemed. And now she's walking in the blessing instead of a curse.

SID: There's so many people watching us right now that have shame. Shame, maybe for something you've never done, something that was done to you or shame for something you did do. And now you're a believer and you just can't forgive yourself over it. Can you tell me maybe someone that you prayed with or you heard about that was dealing with shame and guilt?

TROY: Yeah. We had a guy that actually got out of prison after 21 years in prison. And he came to our church and after a year he could not find a job. He was scary looking. He had tattoos all over him.

SID: Oh, the prison record.

Troy Brewer learned time travel is real and he has convincing proof.

TROY: Yes. And he had this terrible prison record and he could not find a job. And one day we were praying with him and talking to him and all of a sudden it occurred to me. You know what? Because of his prison record, he needs redemption because I don't know how God can do such a thing, but I know that he can, because he cannot have a normal life anymore because of something that happened decades ago. So I asked him about the day that he was sentenced and he set the whole thing up. He said, "Oh, Troy, was the worst day. It was so bad. I knew as soon as the judge hit the gavel, I knew that all I could do is hold my head in shame. My kids were not going to know me. My wife was going to leave me. It was horrible." And so we invited King Jesus to step into that timeframe and to be made manifest. We asked the glory of the Lord to cause all of his goodness to pass before him in that place. And he did. The very next day, that was on a Sunday night. On Monday morning, he woke up with an idea of a place to put in an application. He had to walk a long ways and to make a very long story short, they went to hire him immediately because he's a welder and then found out he was a felon. And they said, "No, we can't." But they went ahead and ran the make on him. Sid, they could not find a record in the State of Texas saying that that man had been in prison for 21 years.

SID: How is that possible?

TROY: It disappeared. And the man told him, "No, I promise I have been in prison." They ran it through again and said, "Well, there's no record." And he said, "No, there is. You're just not looking right. This is my name." They ran it through three times. And then they finally said, "Well, we've done our due diligence. We're going to hire you." Sid, that job was not a menial job. It was a job making more than $50 an hour. It was exceedingly, abundantly above all that he could ask or think.

SID: I bet he just couldn't believe that.

TROY: He came to the church. He told us. We got him up in front of everybody. He told us, he's like, "Our Redeemer is real. Our Redeemer is real." It was amazing.

SID: So he can't change the past, but he can change the way it affected you and the devil tampered with you the rest of your life over it.

TROY: That's correct. Yes, sir. So I want to tell you how all this started for me. Is that okay?

SID: Please.

TROY:

So I used to play in this evangelical band and we were all Christians and we loved the Lord and I was a kid and we played secular venues all over the United States. And I was in Austin, Texas at the Liberty Lunch. And this is on world famous Sixth Street. And I was a teenager or in my early twenties. I looked and on the wall while I was playing guitar, I saw this sign that said, "Time is God's way of keeping everything from happening at once."The Spirit of the Lord caused that to jump into my mind and into my heart and from my spirit. And I was like, "Why doesn't God want everything to happen at once? What is that?" And I began to seek the Lord. Furthermore, from there after some time of just trying to walk this out and trying to understand I was seated in my pickup truck, in my hometown of Joshua, Texas, watching this endless train go by. And I was complaining to the Lord about it, Sid. Going, "Man this train is so long."

SID: I've been there. I know that.

TROY: Yeah. You know what I'm talking about. And I couldn't see the engine. I couldn't even see the caboose. I was just looking at one car at a time. And all of the sudden, the glory of God filled up the truck of my cab. And I had an open vision. I wasn't even expecting this to happen. The spirit of Lord arrested me. And all of the sudden I could see that I was a thousand feet above this train looking down and I could see my truck. I could see the train. And I got this revelation because I could see the beginning, the engine, I could see the end, the caboose, and I could see every car in between. And I instantly knew the spirit of the Lord gave me a revelation. He said, "Troy, this is how I view your timeline. This is how I view the timeline of all humanity." Okay. While you can only see one car at a time, God almighty can see David slaying Goliath at the same exact time Abraham's going into covenant with God at the same exact time Messiah is being raised from the dead at the same exact time of the martyrs within the Dark Ages and the same time that we are here right now at this moment. He sees it all at the same time and he can step in and out of that as he pleases. As soon as this encounter was over, I went, "This is a game-changer because if it comes to my timeline, the first day I was born, and then the last day that I breathed upon this earth, the Lord knows all my days right now. And it means I don't have to be subject to the times of my past. I can invite him into those things. And he changes that for me. I no longer am just receiving death."Unredeemed time, we are losing everything, but in redeemed time, we are gaining everything. That's why brother Paul said, "For me to die is gain." He's experienced redemption within his time frame.

SID: Do you want Jesus to redeem your past as well as supernaturally change your future? The how to, and Troy will pray for you next.

SID: Troy, how do we walk enough full benefits of this marvelous gift of redemption?

TROY: Well, I have several premises and if we can get this and we can actually walk in this in a powerful way. The first one is just to come to the realization that God is not subject to time or shackled to it in any way whatsoever. The second one is to understand that God almighty created time for the purposes of redemption. The third one simply says redemption changes everything. And then the fourth one simply says, God has made me a steward of my timeline and I can actually partner with him in any single part of it. And he wants me to invite him in. So God's not subject to time. He made it for redemption, redemption changes everything, and God has given us an open invitation to invite him into every single part of our life.

SID: And when his presence shows up—

TROY: It changes everything.

SID: It's the most marvelous thing. So Troy, how does this affect or what does it mean for our present and our future?

TROY: So if the Lord steps up in my past, if I invite him to step onto my train of a timeline right now, let's just say something happened to me when I was, I don't know, I'll just going to make something up. I'm just going to say 10 years old. But once I find the presence of the Lord there, his manifest presence overwhelms me instead of the traumatic event.

SID: And it probably pushes that traumatic event out.

TROY: That's exactly right. So what that means is I can immediately begin to see the results in my now. Things that have been cursed and set up from that thing can no longer be there and those things begin to just fall to pieces. It also means this. You know that if we invite the presence of the Lord into our life right now, it absolutely changes our future. Correct?

SID: Right.

TROY: Okay. Well, just imagine this. If we right now invite the Lord into our future, it also changes our right now. He says he sees the end from the beginning. Okay. So it gives us a different landing place. I am so not worried about the day that I die. I'm so not worried because I've already asked the Lord to be with me on that day. I've asked him, "God, make my last day my best day. I want to know your presence." And so what that does is it takes out any fear that I have right now as I step into that place.

SID: You mean the people watching us right now that have a fear of death and they know they're born again, they'll go to heaven, but all those fears can be blasted out. From past, present, and future. Such a deal. You know this, I know this, but I don't know if you know this. This is eternal life. In Greek it says in the Wuest translation, Jesus said that you might have experiential knowledge of me. You have the head knowledge, you said the prayer, but you don't have the experiential knowledge or perhaps you don't even have the head knowledge, but this Jesus we've been talking about that wants to redeem every bad thing in your past, get rid of the curse and allow you from this point in your life to walk in a life flowing with the blessings of God, rather than the curses and the tragedies of the past. Say this prayer with me and believe it to the best of your ability out loud.

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