I meet women every day who are strung out, stressed out and sick from the rat-race of life. Now, I know men can be the same way, but since I am a woman, I know the unnecessary requirements that we place on ourselves, causing us to neglect our own needs. We sense we must do for everyone but ourselves, and when we finally do something nice for ourselves, we feel guilty.
Let’s start with what God says about taking care of ourselves. “Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own;” (I Corinthians 6:19).
Now for those of you who are so used to caring for someone else, remember, that your body is not your own, it belongs to God. So if it makes you feel better to care for it, knowing your body belongs to God, great! There should be no guilt trip in maintaining our bodies. We should be good stewards of all He gives us, and that includes our bodies. We must maintain them so that we can honor God. Letting ourselves go for the sake of others is neglect, and according to this scripture, against Godly principles. I know the struggle that many women have when it comes to losing weight, getting enough rest and eating right. I have so been there! In those days, I feel weak, tired, stressed, and out of control of my life. God never intended for us to ignore our bodies while taking care of everyone and everything else in our lives.
Some women think they win “brownie points” by making themselves available for everyone but themselves. They rationalize how much they can do for others and think God will take care of the rest. God expects us to be good stewards of everything He gives us, and that includes our bodies. If we neglect ourselves long enough, we begin to not only look unhealthy, we become unhealthy! We start having social, emotional, and psychological problems. Following suite, our body begins to have physical problems, and if we keep ignoring them, we will find ourselves flat on our back and maybe in the hospital. You may be reading this and saying, “That won’t happen to me.” I know someone who was so busy doing for others, that he ignored his own health problems for years. It caught up to him on his deathbed.
In life, there are three different types of people, Givers, Takers, and Givers/Takers. The first person, the Giver, is usually run down, spent and out of energy. ‘Givers’ have allowed themselves to become the go-to-person for everyone--for so long, they feel trapped. They sense the world will fall in if they stop giving, so they keep sacrificing their own time, their own lives, and their own needs for the time, life and needs of others. And what about the “others?” They will allow it to go on and on and on….because these are the “Takers.” How do you put an end to this behavior? You become a Giver/Taker. It’s called balance, something most women have yet to master, and master well.
Have you busied yourself so much that even God is left out of the equation? Or perhaps you have been convinced by some pastor that unless you are at the church five days a week, you are a substandard example of a good mother, a good wife or good church member. Don’t laugh----those pastors are out there. I have met more of them in my lifetime than I want to admit. I am all for growing in the Lord, but unless you are leaving time for God to speak to you one-on-one, you are not growing at all. You are reacting to others expectations.
So, what are we going to do as women of God, mothers, wives and career women that will change how we care for ourselves? For one, we need to make time for something daily that nourishes our soul, allows us to breathe and gives us a sense of wellness. Whether it be reading a book, writing, shopping, a soaking bath or something else---find it! We are no good to God or others if we keep allowing the influences and expectations of this world to dictate to us what we need to be doing and when we need to be doing it. The greatest gift we can give to God is to take care of His temple. In doing so, we will be able to offer a better gift to others in need while He receives the glory.
By Jane Morin
Jesus said, “Remain in me and I will remain in you. It by itself; it must remain in the vine. Neither can you bear fruit unless you remain in Me. (John 15: 4) NIV
The Church is a living, breathing organism of faith that was established by the Lord centuries ago. The Church is not where we go to worship God. That is the House of God. The CHURCH is a triumphant picture of men and women, boys and girls aligning themselves together for one purpose. That purpose is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ globally. The CHURCH is the BRIDE of Christ, and He is purifying her in these last days before He comes to take her away. What is preventing His coming? I believe it is the Lone Ranger complex infiltrating the Church that has become an obstacle in spreading the Gospel effectively, and thus averting the return of Christ.
Lone Pastors, Lone Evangelist, Can Cause Loneliness
Since my husband and I moved to the Permian Basin, we have witnessed something that is happening in the church here and in several other cities throughout the United States. It is the lone preacher, the lone pastor, or the lone evangelist coming in trying to start a new work in the area. We see within their ministries a sickness spreading like a wildfire, and that is a refusal to be accountable to anyone. They do as they please, plan things as they please, never seek out wise counsel, hold themselves accountable to no one person, and try to lead the masses by the seat of their pants. If they have established an eldership, it is in name only. The ministry looks very much like a one- man show. Jesus never intended the CHURCH to operate outside of accountability.
Grace Does Not Give Us Freedom from Accountability of the Brethren
You see, as we keep watching these usually smaller congregations, suffer in this sickness, we discover that the leadership is often very controlling, allowing room for a Jezebel spirit to operate freely. (Not sure of what a Jezebel spirit is? Read the previous devotional.) Why am I so heartbroken over this sickness of unaccountability? I clearly see that it is destroying the Church from the inside out. Grace is very freeing, and whom Christ has set free is free indeed, however; freedom does not liberate oneself to lead without accountability. Grace is a beautiful thing, and it is being abused in the church today. Grace does not give us the freedom to do what we want. Grace sets us free to do the Father’s will. There is a mentality among many of these lone ministers, and it is this; “Just do as I say, and God will bless you. Just give to this ministry and you will never be poor again. Just come to every meeting, be at the church house every time the door is open, and God will bless your life.” I am not making this stuff up. I have heard all of these spoken in the last month. In fact, a local evangelist has come to town and during his meeting he asked people to sow a substantial seed into his ministry. He asked those willing to do so, to stand up and then he went to each publically and read off each of their donation checks aloud in front of the crowd. See anything wrong this picture? I did, and I never went back. What happened to “Don’t let your left hand know what your right hand is doing” when it comes to giving? I felt like I was in an auction. One Sunday morning, I witnessed an actual auction taking place at a local House of God. I got up and walked out. I can’t make this stuff up. It is happening, and it is going on in God’s house….and the church is over their head, involved in it.
Real Leadership Desires Wise Counsel and Accountability
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand if your pastor or the local evangelist is accountable to anyone. The tale-tale sign will be in their mode of operation. They will use the word, “I” a lot and the “we” factor is all but forgotten. Jesus, said, “Remain in me and I will remain in you.” We cannot remain in Christ and not be held accountable to Him or each other. The Word emphasizes the importance of the Body of Christ. “So we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another.” (Romans 12:5) In this passage, I see no lone wolf or lone ranger mentality. The CHURCH, the Body of Believers, are each a part of each other, and since we are a part of each other, we must be accountable to each other. That means if I am messing up, the church has the right to correct me, and I welcome that with open arms. Beware of those who are not open to correction but try to find a way to skirt around uncomfortable issues or actions they have made. They often say, Well, I heard God tell me ……” Accountability starts with more than one person hearing from God. 2 Cor. 13: 1 says, "Every matter must be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses." If you hear from God, rest assured, those holding you accountable will too. This is how God operates. Let us lay down the Lone Ranger mentality that has permeated the Body of Christ and let us hold one another accountable for our actions, words, sin, etc. When we start doing this, we will hasten the coming of Christ!
By Jane Morin
Before I get started, let me clarify what it means for one to have a Jezebel spirit. It is not a demonic presence found only in women but can be found in men alike. It is a controlling, abusive, and a forceful spirit that hides behind charisma, good deeds, and tries to make itself out a victim when it does not succeed. There is a lot more to say, but who is susceptible to this spirit? In other words, “Who listens when Jezebel speaks?”
Jezebel Sways the Hurting Easily
It seems like, in the midst of deep pain and sorrow, the Jezebel spirit arises in such a way as to “save the day.” After all, when one is hurting emotionally, they are weak, and the enemy knows this truth. The Jezebel spirit will manifest itself as caring, loving, compassionate and willing to do anything you need to find a way into your world, especially when your defenses are down. This may manifest in someone suddenly taking charge of things in the church aggressively, or in any environment where others cannot defend themselves adequately due to emotional and spiritual stress. The Jezebel spirit also works with words of flattery, stroking their next victim with praise and adoration and pretending to be subservient while gaining a stronghold in their lives. This is a ploy to throw the victim off track and to make them feel like everything is going to be okay. The hurting are the most susceptible because they are looking for answers to their heartache.
Those Who Lack Biblical Knowledge
The second group of people who listen to the Jezebel spirit lack biblical knowledge. They think that the person who possesses this spirit is a great worker, great in knowledge, even more than themselves. The Jezebel spirit finds a way to connive and convince a young believer to go along with whatever he or she is doing, and not to think too much about it. The Jezebel spirt seeks a way to control his or her victim, whether it is financially, emotionally or spiritually. They love to give gifts openly to others and seek credit for everything that they do. The Jezebel spirit acts with authority that has never been granted them and thus weaves the web of trust and dependency on those who will not question such behavior. They pretend to have in-depth knowledge of the Word of God, but if you were to talk to them seriously about scripture, you most likely would find several discrepancies. They’re consistently at work behind the scenes, knowingly usurping authority and working to gain the trust of others. When they are found out, they respond by placing blame on someone else, something else or just lie about what they have done. If cornered, they will slander the one who has revealed their motives and find other ways to retaliate.
Unguarded Hearts and Men That Refuse To Seek Godly Advice
Scripture carefully states for each believer to guard their hearts. There is great importance within this.
“Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” (Proverbs 4:23)
When a Jezebel is recognized within the sheepfold body of Christ, that person will try to place their sin upon the one who has revealed their corrupted behavior. In other words, if a Jezebel spirit is confronted, they will find a way to turn the table on the one who knows the truth. They do this by making them appear heartless or in need of counseling, or anything to deflect the real issue off of them. Those with unguarded hearts are easily duped, believing any slander or malice spoken by a Jezebel spirit, and often refuse any Godly counsel, considering it as prying or unwanted advice.
The Church Must Beware Of Such Demonic Influence
Why am I sharing this today? Mainly because the church of America is very weak, susceptible and willing to welcome someone into the circle of believers without giving them time to prove oneself? Never take for granted what a Jezebel spirit says they have done or will do. Trust but verify. A Jezebel spirit is often found in people who claim to be young believers or believers who have never matured. Their actions prove that they have no respect for authority, and they often will wave off any concern of others as just a misunderstanding, so that they can keep pulling people into their inner circle.
Hosea 4:6 says, “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge; because you have rejected knowledge, I reject you from being a priest to me. And since you have forgotten the law of your God, I also will forget your children.”
In these last days, we can expect frequent visitations by the Jezebel spirit to arise in the center of the fold. They seem to have all the answers, be very charismatic, point out flaws but have answers to the problems, and find subtle ways to gain control until they have destroyed the flock from the inside out. A Jezebel spirit will possess no mercy when they have been found out. Beware beloved, as God’s presence is falling in your midst, Jezebel will find a deceptive way to cloak his or hers true identity and ambitions. In the end, they will promote division, confusion or chaos in the midst. Now is the time for God’s people to pray more than ever for wisdom and protection.
By Jane Morin
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What is stealing your peace? Every person has an opportunity to lay aside the tranquil moments of peace and take up their sorrow, their pain, their turmoil, and unrest. In doing so, they place it on their shoulders as a burden to carry around day and night. Sounds like fun—huh? Not. But this is what I see people doing daily, and if I am not careful, I can do the very same thing when troubles come my way.
Why are so many of us adamant about becoming burden-bearers? Jesus said, ‘My yoke is easy, and my burden is light.” Oh, how I wish that we could all enter into that sweet peace that Jesus promises when He says,
"Peace I leave with you; My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Do not let your heart be troubled, nor let it be fearful.” (John 14:27) NASB
In reality, the everyday life is filled with opportunities to relinquish our peace or to hold on to it. Jesus is the Prince of Peace! Do we dare say that He is not capable of keeping us living in peace when we need it the most?
I will be more than frank with you. It is going on five years in our neighborhood where the state of peace is constantly being tested. One neighbor, three blocks away plays his music so loud that our windows rattle. Recently, another neighbor, who moved closer is doing the same thing. I will also admit, that their actions have stolen my peace from time to time as they continue to bully others with their loud bass sounding antics. I realize it is the enemy doing what he can to steal my joy and my peace. It has gotten so bad that I have contemplated moving out of the neighborhood, but I sensed the Lord say, “Don’t let them run you out, take authority!” Last night my hubby and I prayed and took authority in Jesus Name over the matter, and instantly the music shut down.
Now I realize many of you reading this have far greater peace stealers than someone playing loud music. Maybe you are encountering terminal illness, the loss of a loved one, a divorce or even worse. Sometimes when things happen to us, we easily fall into the traps set by Satan to steal our peace. If we think for one moment that peace will abound without contention, we are sorely mistaken. We are in a battle my friends, and if we have been in denial regarding spiritual warfare-battle, we will continually be defeated and robbed of our peace.
Jesus said, “Behold, I have given you authority to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy, and nothing shall hurt you.” (Luke 10:19) ESV
Did you see that? We have the power over all the power of the enemy! We can say this boldly, because we know “Greater is He that is in me than he that is in the world!”(1 John 4:4)
When a soldier is in combat, he doesn’t just take back an area in battle then sit and rest and never have to keep fighting for it. That would be ludicrous! The enemy is a conniver, a liar, and a constant divider. He will remain persistent in tormenting believers, and thus we must “Guard our hearts” daily, hourly, and minute by minute.
Don’t let the enemy fool you into believing that he has given up and that he will not try and come back and steal your peace, joy, health or wealth. He is a robber of all good things, but our Heavenly Father is a GIVER of all GOOD THINGS! So what shall we do as a child of the King when the enemy comes at us? Pray, remain steadfast and at all times, “SHAKE IT OFF SAINTS! For the Lord thy God is with Thee!”
By Jane Morin
Today, as I awakened, I realized that I had choices to make. Either I was going to go about my day in a frenzy, accomplishing the things on my to-do list or sit quietly for a moment. In that moment, I read scripture and seek my Heavenly Father’s face before moving into the day. On most days, I make the right choice. On the days I get distracted, I can always realize the result of doing things my way at the end of the day. In reality, as a believer, we are caught between two worlds; the one we live in and the other in which we are citizens of.
Don’t believe me? Scripture says, “But our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ,…” (Philippians 3:20).
Doing Right or Wrong
We may be torn between two worlds, but we should never be torn between right and wrong. The Holy Spirit in us is a constant reminder of how we should talk, walk, act and live our lives. Last weekend, we had a work day at our church. The men showed up, and I came to work on setting up worship overheads on the computer. While I was in the sanctuary working, one man starting telling the others about a local business owner and his lewd choices of living. Mind you, the man who was speaking was a young believer, but not necessarily young in the body. After he had spoken, I began to cringe on the inside. “Oh Lord, help this man grow up spiritually----Fast!”
About twenty minutes later the man saw me in the back of the sanctuary working away on the computer and approached. When he walked up, he said, ‘You know, I’m sorry for talking about that guy the way I did. I didn’t mean any malice by it, I thought it was funny. However, while I was saying all those things, I sensed that I should not be speaking, but I just kept on going!”
I smiled and replied, “That thing you sensed was the Holy Spirit. I used to be just like you, talking about anyone I wanted to, but now the Holy Spirit will not let me get away with a thing.”
He laughed and then replied, “I need to learn to listen to Him more and stop running over Him—huh?”
Smiling I answered, “I think you just did.”
As Believers’ We Have Choices
Some in the church think they have no choices in life when it comes to living holy. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Our Heavenly Father does not force His will on us, but if we have chosen to pick up our cross and follow Jesus, we will want to know God’s will and abide by it. It is not natural for our spirit to want to follow the Holy Spirit. Our flesh at times will kick and scream all the way. The more we submit to His leading, the easier it becomes. Just when you think you are doing well following Him, something will happen to test your ability to overcome evil with good. I will be the first one to say that it is difficult to live in a fallen world without being tempted, but it is not impossible to stay on the narrow path. Once we realize that the power of the Holy Spirit reigns in us, we can allow His power to rule or reign moment by moment or ignore him. In Scripture, Paul says,
“We were under great pressure, far beyond our ability to endure so that we despaired of life itself. Indeed, we felt we had received the sentence of death. But this happened that we might not rely on ourselves but on God, who raises the dead.” (2 Corinthians 1: 8-9)
You see, when we have the Holy Spirit in us, we learn to rely upon God, and not ourselves. In other words, we are alive to God, dead to self. There is not anything or anyone who can hurt us if we are dead to self. If we take offense, we have not died to self. If we are tempted beyond the means to make right choices, we have not died to self.
It did not happen overnight for any believer to realize the truth of dying to self. We are taught in school to rely upon our own memories, our own talents and own abilities to be successful. However, to rely on God, we must lay ownership down and give our lives to Christ.
“For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain.” (Phil. 1:21)
by Jane Morin
Today, as I have been studying the Moses passage and all of the great deeds that were performed through the hand of God for His people, I have realized a very profound truth. Perhaps I have known it before, but a gentle reminder is needed on a constant basis for all of us when it comes to living in His Presence. So I wish to ask you this one question, “Do you hunger for the Presence of God?”
Moses knew that without experiencing the Presence of God leading His children to the Promised Land, that he would be bankrupt in every way. That is why Moses said, “If Your Presence does not go with us, do not send us from here. How will anyone know that you are pleased with me or your people if you do not go with us? What else will distinguish me and your people from the other people on the face of the earth? (Exodus 33:15-16).
Did you catch that? The distinguishing mark between us and the rest of the people in the world is the Presence of GOD! On this side of the cross, and the infilling of the Holy Spirit, we can walk in His Presence daily, hourly and minute by minute. Fact is; not many of us take advantage of such an opportunity. On the contrary, many in the church today seek out God only when they are in need or in trouble. He has become an instant fix instead of a constant Protector and Helper in their everyday lives.
In Moses’ day, God’s Presence was in a cloud by day and fire by night. This was a constant reassurance to the Israelites that God was leading them just where He wanted them to go. Today, we have the Holy Spirit leading and protecting us. However, we must have ears to hear what the Spirit is saying. I spent a good part of my Christian life hoping to hear from God, and hoping that I was walking in His ways. I can now KNOW that I hear from Him, and I can also understand the way in which He leads more quickly. It took perseverance, brokenness, willingness and a contrite heart to develop that kind of relationship with Him. It did not happen overnight. I had strumbled a lot along the way before I came to the conclusion that falling down was not an alternative. I have set my eyes on the race of FAITH, and I have stayed there strongly over the past few decades of my life.
We Will Experience Earthly Loss While Seeking His Presence
When we hunger for His presence, we can expect to lose friends, family and others along the way. Those of you who have known me for several years have witnessed and declared that there has been a drastic turnaround in my life. My hunger for God’s presence goes with me into the marketplace, into the dry places where people need Him the most. I have lost family, and friends that I loved dearly because I refuse to put them above the Presence of God in my life. Jesus said, “Anyone who loves their father or mother more than me is not worthy of me; anyone who loves their son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me.” (Matt. 10:37)
So, with that being said, it all comes down to a condition of the heart, doesn’t it? When the things of this world are more attractive to us than the One WHO made the world, we know that we are in trouble. My prayer for you today is that you will develop a passion, a hunger and thirst for God and His WORD as never before. Let us all remember that without His Presence, we will miss out on the greatest opportunity offered to believers. For His promise says,
“You will make known to me the path of life; In Your Presence is fullness of joy; In Your right hand there are pleasures forever.” (Psalm 16:11)
By Jane Morin
I suppose I am not the only one who realizes that God can move through impossible situations. If you have been following my social media lately, you have witnessed for yourself a miracle of late with my own pastor. He was put on life support and things were looking bleaker by the hour. It is a good thing that I learned many years ago not to walk by what I see. I petitioned God to show me how to pray in the situation, as I did not want to pray amiss. He specifically revealed to me that He was doing a great work from the inside out, and I would need to keep standing firm in believing that my pastor would be healed. When I shared this with a few other people they became negative by saying, “I hope you are right, but it looks really bad right now.” When unbelief comes, how will you respond?
What Do We Do When Doubt Arises
Jesus left behind a great example of faith on the move and how to remove doubt from a situation. We can read the entire account in the book of Mark, Chapter 5:
While Jesus was still speaking, some people came from the house of Jairus, the synagogue leader. “Your daughter is dead,” they said. “Why bother the teacher anymore?”
Overhearing what they said, Jesus told him, “Don’t be afraid; just believe.”
He did not let anyone follow him except Peter, James and John the brother of James. 38 When they came to the home of the synagogue leader, Jesus saw a commotion, with people crying and wailing loudly. He went in and said to them, “Why all this commotion and wailing? The child is not dead but asleep.” But they laughed at him.
After he put them all out, he took the child’s father and mother and the disciples who were with him, and went in where the child was. 41 He took her by the hand and said to her, “Talitha koum!” (which means “Little girl, I say to you, get up!”). 42 Immediately the girl stood up and began to walk around (she was twelve years old). At this they were completely astonished. 43 He gave strict orders not to let anyone know about this, and told them to give her something to eat. (Mark 5: 35-42)
You see, Jesus would have nothing to do with people saying the young girl was dead. He sent out the mourners and the crowd who had shown up at the synagogue leaders’ home wailing. In other words, he made the doubters leave. When he told them that she was not dead but asleep, they began to laugh at Him. I can understand that since revealing what God wanted to do with the pastor to others, I sensed people were laughing at me too. We see Jesus put them all out, and then he took the parents in the room with him and said to the young girl, "Get up!" Immediately she stood.
Now my pastor’s recovery was not so instantaneous, but I understood God to say that it would take time, and not to fail in faith. This past week after being in the hospital for a little over two weeks, he was taken off life support and is thriving. He has been moved to a regular patient room for therapy and getting stronger so that he can be released soon.
How do I deal with doubt? I can tell you this:
“We cannot permit doubt to take root in our life or else we will find ourself second guessing every spiritual truth.” – J. Morin
To God be the glory for great things He has done! I believe without any hesitation that we have witnessed nothing less than a miracle this week. When is the last time you witnessed a miracle? We saw another one last Sunday night when a young man who was led by the Lord to come to our church found his way there only to be led to Jesus at the end of the service. I tell you, every demon in hell is reeling when the lost are found and claimed for God’s kingdom! It is a joy to lead others to Christ and the Holy Spirit kept telling me to ask Him to do so. I am so glad I followed that drawing of the Holy Spirit!
In these last days my friend, your faith will fail time and time again without being led by the Holy Spirit. We must be in tune, in walk, in living, in love with Jesus and filled with the Holy Spirit if we are going to experience victory in this dark hour. I went many years of my life without being led by the Holy Spirit. In fact, I followed people around until I realized that once I began following the Spirit, I was never led astray. I have seen the gutter of mankind, and I have seen the loftiest of men, and in both places you will find those who know nothing about the power of God or of the Holy Spirit.
Many say they wish Jesus walked the earth today. I am glad that He does not, because the Holy Spirit would not have been readily available to us if He had not gone on to be with His Father. As a believer, the Holy Spirit should be our BEST friend, not our last resource. It is time to step it up Church. We are never going to get to the last day revival and the coming of the KING without living a SPIRIT FILLED LIFE!
by Jane Morin
Once in a great while you pick up a book that has such an impact on you that you have to tell others about it. Recently I finished a new novel called “Redemption” by Christina Simpson. I have to say that it was nothing like I expected! The author took a very difficult subject matter in regard to human trafficking and skillfully wrote about it in a tasteful manner. I have to admit I never understood all that went on behind the scenes in human trafficking, especially sex trafficking. I could not put the book down! It was a very moving read that I believe every law enforcement officer should read as well as those working in rape or crisis intervention services.
The book itself brings to light a very real threat globally that is often ignored or shoved under the rug. I love how the author has written a novel that makes this crime understandable and brings it to the surface of culture so that we can begin to help those involved.
Recently Dove Award winning singer and songwriter Kari Jobe married. In her wedding she wore a special bracelet to remind others of girls stuck in human trafficking and who need to be rescued. I believe, unless we as believers do not get involved in sex trafficking awareness that an entire generation of women and girls are in a danger.
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About the Author
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