Category Archives: Discernment

“Be Discreet” by Dr. Jené Walker

Be led by Holy Spirit about when to share your history. Esther 2:10-11 says “Esther had not revealed her nationality and family background, because Mordecai had forbidden her to do so.”

Queens, we must learn discretion in this season. The enemy will use our desire to be transparent or “real” and even our desire to be accepted to cause us to prematurely release information about ourselves. Jehovah has the power to give people dreams and visions just to get information to them that He wants them to know. Holy Spirit will tell us when we are to release information about our past and our history (financial situation, credit scores, rape, molestation, incest, diseases, sicknesses, addictions, number of men we’ve been with, number of marriages, jail stint, personal issues with children, job issues, etc.) as a testimony or otherwise. If we are blabbing everything about ourselves in the first five minutes of talking to someone without being led by Holy Spirit, we could possibly be dealing with a spirit of rejection. Queens, Holy Spirit wants us to use discernment about when to share the intimate details of our lives. You are valuable. You are worth far more than rubies. You don’t have to say any and everything to be accepted. There is an appropriate time (Kairos) and place for release. Premature release can shift purpose and position. If Esther had spoken too soon about her nationality, it could have prevented her from becoming Queen. Know your worth. Listen closely to what Holy Spirit prompts you to say.

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“Exposing Judas” by Dr. Jené Walker

I’m praying for our discernment of the Judas spirits in our camps this season. We simply can’t afford to have them close to us. We aren’t supposed to be afraid of Judas because even Jesus knew who Judas was and what Judas was going to do to Him. But once Judas is revealed to us, his purpose in our lives is fulfilled and his spirit has to go immediately in Jesus’s name.

Judas has been on the journey with you all along with something in his heart (e.g., greed, jealousy, envy, covetousness, judgment, speculation, etc.). The devil will use Judas’s heart issues for Judas to turn you over to be crucified while kissing you at the same time.
Stop making allowances for Judas saying, “But I know he/she loves me. Judas has been with me on this journey.” Open up your spiritual eyes.

Tell God you’re really ready to see who Judas is. Tell God to reveal Judas’s position in the SBI (Satanic Bureau of Investigation), spying and reporting and causing undue warfare to come on you. God has already given us several signs (“Why is that perfume being wasted on your feet Jesus? We could have sold that and given that money to the poor!”) but we want to keep giving Judas the benefit of the doubt. Discern! Run! Be as wise as a serpent and as gentle as a dove but RUN! Tell God to remove Judas from your camp right now in Jesus’s name. Jené Elaine Walker