You can change the world
It started with Pat’s dad
Pat Schatzline’s dad worked with the Mafia. His wife got saved and he could not stand it. He finally said a prayer beginning with “God, if You’re real…” His life changed, he became part of the remnant and 130 family members got saved. Watch the video below.
Hypocrisy of church and backsliding
If you want to become part of the remnant, you have a responsibility to let your light shine before the people around you. (Matthew 5:16) Pat Schatzline was so discouraged with the counterfeit Christians around him that he nearly gave up on Christianity altogether.
(Editor’s note: I occasionally hear of a car dematerializing like this. Remember John 14:12 — He will do even greater things than these, because I’m going to the Father.)
Watch the video below.
Jesus entered Pat’s room
Pat did not like his backsliding life and he was not sure about Christianity. So, he prayed and Jesus showed up in his room. Watch the video below.
Pat Schatzline was radically saved and serving Jesus with all of his heart. He was definitely part of the remnant.
He was preaching to a large number of teenagers and youth pastors in California. After a sermon, a knock came to his trailer door. Outside were youth pastors and a number of teenagers who were “cutters”. Cutters are people who purposely cut themselves because, presumably, that is the only type of pain that they can control.
All of their scars had been healed. Watch the video below.
What is the remnant?
The remnant consists of the failures, the fatherless and the freedom fighters. The remnant knows that they will not stop when others think that is the logical thing to do. They have the power and authority to change cultures.
The remnant are those radical Christians that God is raising up to change the world. If you are part of the remnant, you are someone that God has hand picked. He has hand picked you to fulfill your purpose on the earth.
To learn more about what the remnant is, watch the short YouTube video below.
To watch the entire television interview, go to Sid Roth archives.