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“How Far Are You Willing to Go?” by Dr. Jené Walker

What are we willing to do to stand out in a crowd? To be relevant in a world infiltrated by idolatry? To be number one? To be the prettiest and the sexiest? We will go from showing a little cleavage to showing nipples through a see-through shirt to posing in the nude to posing pornographically in the nude because we can’t compete in a world infiltrated by lust, pornography and perversion. We will get progressively more lewd just to be seen because the next woman will always be willing to do more and show more.

Do we conform to the patterns of this world? Do we allow the world to define what’s fashionable and what’s “in” or what’s the style? Or do we rebel against everything the world prescribes?

You are beautiful with your neckline and shoulders showing. You are just as beautiful wearing a turtleneck. We can’t ignore that there is something going on within us when as a “believer” of Yeshua and a daughter of the King we don’t feel Holy Spirit tugging at our heart strings to cover up, to stop saying and doing extreme things to get likes, views, and followers, and to get out of his bed because he isn’t our husband.

You were created to stand out without all the extra. You have something in you that the women in the world don’t have. Listen to me beautiful, it doesn’t take all that for real. God alone sets you apart. His glory is on you and that’s enough. Our relevancy in the world is irrelevant in the kingdom. Rebel! Be different! Be holy! Because God says so!

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“A Message to Our Husbands” by Dr. Jené

God has to be first in your life for you to cover us.

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The Word soothes us. It calms our fears. It covers and washes and purifies us. It transforms us. When Holy Spirit speaks to You, He gives you solutions to every situation in our lives. He gives you godly counsel. He instructs you on how to instruct us and receive help from us. He tells you how we need to be loved. He fills in the gaps where we fall short. He makes your pride subside. We just want to know that you’ve been in His presence.

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Don’t let the enemy lie to you ever again about your spiritual discipline and outward expression of your relationship with Yeshua. It’s powerful and it draws us closer to you by the Spirit. It helps us to connect on another level and another dimension. It makes communicating in the natural that much more pleasant and effective. It opens you up to hear from Jehovah more clearly and it opens us up to hear your vision for us and the family and our ministry and business more clearly. It opens our hearts up more deeply because we trust you as you trust in Jehovah. The devil has lied to you to make you avoid worship and warfare long enough. Anything that draws you closer to God, draws us closer to you.

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“The Way He Looks at Me” by Dr. Jené Walker

I see God in Him by the way his stare penetrates my heart. With each moment he looks at me, his eyes are sending love messages to my soul. He appreciates me for who I am and who I am not. He sees me more deeply than my physical features. He prophesies my thoughts and desires without my ever saying one Word…How? Because his ears are pressed into the heart of Jehovah. God told him things that no one knows but me and God. He could never make me whole but he can speak to my spirit and God will use him to keep me whole. His eyes speak to me in silent spiritual psalms. He looks at me in awe of who God created me to be. He kisses my imperfections with the strength of his love. Though imperfect and flawed himself, he has a love that has been perfected through trials, tribulations, and fire. He has been through the unspeakable and unthinkable but looks at me knowing that he has made it to his sanctuary, finally. Together we tear down demonic forces to protect our love, our family, and the kingdom of God. Together we demonstrate the love of Yeshua through our love for each other but also our love for God’s people. We infiltrate cultural mountains, being used together to shift things back into kingdom order. And as we fight, he glances over at me and I see God in him through his glances.

We’re sending love to our husbands in the spiritual realm tonight – where ever they are I pray that they sense an overwhelming presence of God’s love.

He will know how to love you single wife. Trust God.

“A Woman Who Wants More” by Dr. Jené Walker

Are you a woman who wants “more?” I am. I used to be afraid to say that because of how the body will make you feel guilty for wanting more. But the more I study the kingdom in the Word of God, kingdom principles, and advancing the kingdom of God, the more I am at peace about the desires God placed on the inside of me.
 
Joshua 15:16-19 “And Caleb said, I will give my daughter Aksah in marriage to the man who attacks and captures Kiriath Sepher.” 17 Othniel son of Kenaz, Caleb’s brother, took it; so Caleb gave his daughter Aksah to him in marriage. 18 One day when she came to Othniel, she urged him to ask her father for a field. When she got off her donkey, Caleb asked her, “What can I do for you? 19 She replied, ‘Do me a special favor. Since you have given me land in the Negev, give me also springs of water.’ So Caleb gave her the upper and lower springs.”
 
I see a different perspective in the text from the theologians who believe that Ak-sah is ungrateful. I see a woman who asks for what she knows her father Caleb has. She asks for what she perceives that she and her husband will need for the land. And she asks with right motives in her heart. Our Father owns the cattle on a thousand hills. You belong to Him through Yeshua. Ask Him for what He put on your heart.
 
I see Ak-sah as a woman who does her husband good and does not cause him harm all the days of her life. I see a man who obtains favor because of the good thing he has in Ak-sah. To me, Ak-sah is like the Proverbs 31 woman who makes sure her dealings are profitable. Are you that woman? See Ak-sah understood the season. During the time of the text, Joshua was allotting land for the tribe of Judah by clans. She had obviously contemplated the land, surveyed the land. She analyzed where it was situated and the benefit for having springs with the land which would be a water source to make the land rich and fertile and productive. This field may have kept her up nights because something on the inside would let it go. She may have even walked the land and saw the proximity of the springs and opened up her mouth and professed it over her and her husband’s lives. Axk-sah was a woman who wanted more. Because of you and your worth, you are an asset and not a liability. You are an upgrade for your husband. You are a woman who wants more. You are a woman worth far more than rubies.
 
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“My Husband is a King” by Dr. Jené Walker

1 Peter 3:6 “…as Sarah obeyed Abraham, calling him lord, whose daughters you are if you do good and are not afraid with any terror.”

This passage of scripture has always captured my spirit. What in the world could cause a wife to be afraid with “terror?” I have studied this word and can’t find any other references in the Bible of its use. Wow! We are considered Sarah’s daughters, with the capacity to call our husbands ‘lord’ if we do good and are not afraid with any terror. We look at “do good” quite often, especially since it’s referenced in Proverbs 31 also. But for this post, let’s explore terror. It’s such a strong word. Terror is extreme fear. What fears do we have that would prevent us from serving our husbands?

I bind the fear of him leaving.

I bind the fear of his death.

I bind the fear of him cheating.

I bind the fear of him not loving me.

I bind the fear of him not being a good steward.

I bind the fear of him not having wisdom.

I bind the fear of me not making him happy.

I bind the fear of other women taking him.

I bind the fear of not being able to fulfill my personal assignment.

Are there anything other things that cause you to fear? When you acknowledge it, bind it immediately.

The devil knows if he can cause us to fear that we won’t be willing to be good to or serve our husbands because something – sometimes subconsciously – will hold us back. I decree and declare that we are free today. We are free from terror in the name of Yeshua (Jesus). We are free to be good to and serve our husbands.

“Wise as a Serpent, Gentle as a Dove” by Dr. Jené Walker

Super Woman of God, which characteristics do you feel are most important for us to have as women of God this season? Abigail’s story just blows my mind every time I read it. To me, verses 25-31 represent two of the most powerful characteristics – discernment and spiritual wisdom?

1 Samuel 25:25-31 25 Please, let not my lord regard this scoundrel Nabal. For as his name is, so is he: Nabal is his name, and folly is with him! But I, your maidservant, did not see the young men of my lord whom you sent. 26 Now therefore, my lord, as the Lord lives and as your soul lives, since the Lord has held you back from coming to bloodshed and from avenging yourself with your own hand, now then, let your enemies and those who seek harm for my lord be as Nabal. 27 And now this present which your maidservant has brought to my lord, let it be given to the young men who follow my lord. 28 Please forgive the trespass of your maidservant. For the Lord will certainly make for my lord an enduring house, because my lord fights the battles of the Lord, and evil is not found in you throughout your days. 29 Yet a man has risen to pursue you and seek your life, but the life of my lord shall be bound in the bundle of the living with the Lord your God; and the lives of your enemies He shall sling out, as from the pocket of a sling. 30 And it shall come to pass, when the Lord has done for my lord according to all the good that He has spoken concerning you, and has appointed you ruler over Israel, 31 that this will be no grief to you, nor offense of heart to my lord, either that you have shed blood without cause, or that my lord has avenged himself. But when the Lord has dealt well with my lord, then remember your maidservant.”

Did you see evidence of those two characteristics in the text? The king had a small army heading to her home to kill every man in her household. The king had not prayed, consulted Jehovah, gone into the stronghold to hear from Jehovah, or fasted. The king was livid that Abigail’s husband refused to give food to him and his men. He was reacting to the situation in his flesh. When Abigail encounters him, every word has been anointed by Jehovah himself. Abigail is intelligent but when she speaks to David, the wisdom of Jehovah exudes from her. Look how wisely Abigail addresses the king. She tells this man (remember he is headed for a fight of which God didn’t approve):
1) Abigail prophesies to David. She tells him that the Lord will make David a sure house. She wisely says that David fights the battles of the Lord and evil hadn’t been found in David all his days. In other words, going to get vengeance on her husband was not a battle of the Lord’s. If David got involved in that, he could risk his covering.
2) Abigail reminds David of his covering and protection. King Saul was after David trying to kill him. So Abigail says that Jehovah continues to protect David because David does good. Jehovah will continue to allow David to win his battles if David continues to do well. In other words, headed to her home to kill her household may jeopardize his covering and protection from Saul.
3) Abigail emphasizes the importance of a good conscious. When Jehovah fulfills his promises in David’s life, making him ruler David won’t be vexed in his spirit because he avenged himself instead of allowing Jehovah to vindicate him.
4) Abigail establishes her position. She tells David that when God blesses him to remember her. When it is all said and done, Abigail says, remember me.

Do you see how her wisdom can be applied with your own husband? Do you sit at the feet of Jehovah long enough to hear what He says about your husband, his calling in the kingdom and his future? Can you gently warn your husband without it sounding like a warning at all? Can you gently remind him of his covering and protection as long as he does what is right in the sight of God? Can you explain to him about the peace of having a good conscious? Then, your position is established.

In all your getting single and married wives, get discernment to know when to say something and wisdom to know what and how to say it. When you get discernment and spiritual wisdom you can quietly and humbly run an entire kingdom with your husband being king. You, queen are the key to the kingdom. You are worth far more than rubies.

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“Your Worth is in Yeshua” by Dr. Jené Walker

The devil still tries to make you look in the natural for things to validate your worth. If we continue to look at our lives and our credentials and our looks and our status for worth, the enemy will always be able to make us feel unworthy. There will always be someone else whose life appears to be better than yours. There will always be a prettier woman. There will always be someone with a higher or deeper status than us. The devil knows what to get us to focus on to keep us oppressed and depressed. The enemy keeps reminding you that you have a disease and he lies and tells you that no one will want you with that disease. So you feel unworthy. You begin to do things to get and keep a man that are beneath you. You begin to debase yourself to get a man to love you and want you because “you” don’t even value you. He tells you that because you’ve been raped or molested or someone performed homosexual acts on you that you’re irreparably damaged goods. He tells you that because your money is low and your credit is bad that you’re a liability. Let’s expose every lie of the devil right now. Rebuke the devil and send every lie back to hell. Our worth isn’t determined by what happened to us, what we did, or what we have. Because we are in Yeshua (Christ Jesus), we are worthy. We are worthy to be praised because we fear Jehovah. Our husbands and children will call us blessed. We are worthy to be cherished and valued and loved. You are worth far more than rubies no matter what your current circumstances are. But you’ve got to know your worth for yourself!

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