“Last night, I’m ready to go to bed, and I look at the toilet, and I forgot to flush it! And so I flushed it again, and then it totally backs up! I didn’t forget to flush it! It’s all backed up! And this is just before I’m going to bed!
“And so I ran out, and I said, ‘Joy, do we have a plunger here?’ — because we’re not at our regular house — and she said, ‘Maybe! We’ll search around.’ We don’t have a plunger. Man of great faith!
“And then it dawns on me, I should pray! I prayed and before God, the toilet flushed PERFECT! I’ll tell you what, that may sound like a little thing to you, but a backed up toilet for a Jew, we don’t know how to fix anything mechanical.
“Alright, we did pretty good in Israel on the inventions, but we don’t know how to fix anything mechanical. And so, it was a major, major miracle for me!” – Sid Roth.
Hemant Mehta reacts at The Friendly Atheist:
We usually bring up Sid Roth on this site because he’s the host of a show called It’s Supernatural, where Christian dreams are taken completely seriously — and even reenacted. Roth has featured a man saying Jesus taught him to play the saxophone while he was dead and another guest who said God literally regrew his missing hand. But since he’s self-quarantined, we’ll have to settle for his own miracles.
Sid Roth, rather obviously, is one of those Messianic Jews. His YouTube channel has over one million subscribers.
He last appeared on JMG in January when he and a guest claimed that a child literally flew around overhead at a church revival.