From: Sid Roth
This Week’s Guest
April 19-25, 2010
Michael Galiga has received supernatural revelation on how anyone, whether a corporation or single individual, can live a life of victory and success. In the tumult of your day-to-day life, you can have the power to defeat all your fears and conquer the obstacles you face. You Can Win Every Battle! Watch this special interview as Michael gives you keys to begin living a life of victory today!
Watch the video here
The radio interviews are here. And I really like this segment (day 2), in which he talks about journaling what God says, and his breakthrough through worshiping, which reminds me of what happened to Terry Law:
“If you want to go someplace you’ve never been you have to do things you’ve never done.”
From: TV show transcript
SID: Some of the principles that you teach on, I mean, each one is a key and you put an amazing warranty, if you will, for major corporations.
SID: What do you challenge them with?
MIKE: Yes. And I really want somebody to challenge me on this. I dare people. It’s called the corporate challenge. Nobody has taken me up on this yet, but I know they will. The corporate challenge is as if there is large American corporation that is generally widely known and it’s dying, and we can think of some off the top of our heads, but we won’t name names. But if one of those companies will do what I wrote about in this book and they agree to do that I will go at my own expense to their headquarters and walk them through this process with a guarantee that their company will be revived.
SID: Michael, you talk about curses here. And curses pass on from generation to generation, to generation. And you talk about some of the companies, General Motors and Ford. And there was a story about that you talk about, about a car that I was not familiar with called the Tucker Torpedo. What was that?
MIKE: Yeah. The Tucker Torpedo was created by a man that used to work for one of the big three automobile companies, and it was really a breakthrough, highly innovative, technologically advanced automobile. And we don’t know, Sid, whether, you know, some of these things that were said about what maybe some of the big three did to Mr. Tucker did are true or they’re not true. The point is that every person in every company has baggage, things they’ve done wrong, things they’ve said wrong; things they’ve thought wrong. And when that happens it creates a break in their prosperity. And so if you–
SID: So let’s assume that what Tucker said was true. What did he say?
MIKE: Basically, that his company was poised to take a significant market share from the current automobile manufactures, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, and they didn’t want that to happen. So if that’s true, that would have hurt them and they, through political connections and lawsuits and different things, they basically strung him out and diverted his attention from his company into the lawsuits and the political maneuvering and testifying in Congress. And by the time he could get back to looking at his business, his company was bankrupt.
SID: Well it certainly makes logical sense to me. So assuming that was true and if it is true, his company was bankrupt. It is true that he had a superior vehicle. So it kind of rings a bell of truth to me. So assuming that’s true, what would someone like Ford or General Motors have to do to get that cloud off of them?
MIKE: Well, you know S[id], I’m a businessman. I’m not a prophet. I’m not a preacher. I didn’t go to seminary. I’m strictly involved in making large dollar decisions and I cannot afford a mistake. Okay. I want to clarify that. But with a company like General Motors, assume this was true, and I can’t prove it, but if it was true or something like it was true and there could be hundreds, if not thousands of these sorts of things that have to be dealt with. And when they’re dealt with and you go basically to your Maker and say, “Hey, I’m sorry we did that.” Well I didn’t do it. The guys that ran the company 50 years ago did it, but still, I’m responsible. I’m sorry. I’m sorry. We’re turning away from that. Okay. We admit our guilt. We’re gonna move on. At that point those curses then are broken and the prosperity can flow. There’s a spirit called lack. It’s very real. I’ve experienced it, Sid. I’ve been on both sides of these deals. And so the spirit of lack has, because you’ve opened a door, you’ve opened that door of that curse because you’ve done something wrong that the spirit of lack comes in and chokes you. It chokes off your finances. It hurts retirees and pensions, and health benefits. All those things melt down. Everything goes wrong until that core thing is fixed.
Asbury Revival, 1970: “Dr. Kinlaw, I am a liar. Now what do I do?”