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“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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“Friends With Benefits? No Thank You.” by Dr. Jené Walker

Friends with benefits? How does it benefit a single wife to be a man’s friend while he has the benefit of coming and going to me and other women as he pleases; using me for my body and all my other assets while I fall deeply in love pretending to benefit from his friendship; giving me the benefit of 6 minutes of painful pleasure which leaves me empty on the inside; giving me the benefit of infections, smells, and diseases; and him getting the upgrade that comes with linking up with a suitable helper while I’m still not getting washed in the water of the Word. What is the benefit of mind games? What benefits are included with late night visits and no public confessions of his feelings for me? What does it benefit a woman to gain a man and lose her soul? And don’t be deceived single wives. It’s only fun or cute for a minute because if we’re believers, we aren’t wired to take this position forever. He created us to be wives.
Friends with benefits? No thank you. I will wait for the benefits of becoming a wife.  Jené Walker

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“Know Your Worth” by Dr. Jené Walker

Do you know who you are? Do you know whose you are? Do you know how valuable you are? Do you know how strong you are? Do you know how influential you are? Do you know the power on the inside of you? Do you know what you bring to the table? You are worth far more than rubies.

I researched the value of rubies using the International Gem Society (IGS) to get an idea of the value of rubies today. Rubies are some of the most popular gems for good reasons. “As gem-quality examples of the mineral corundum, [rubies] are exceptionally durable and one of the few gem species whose color reaches vivid saturation levels. Fine quality rubies are some of the most expensive gems, with record prices over $100,000 per carat…As of May 2015, the record price for a ruby is approximately 2 million per carat,” according to IGS. A ruby is a valuable gem!

The revelation I got about the scripture, Proverbs 31:10 is that the queen, King Lemuel’s mother, from whose perspective this scripture was written understood the value of rubies. More importantly, the queen understood the value of a virtuous and noble woman for her son the king (prince). The queen asks who can find a virtuous woman for she is worth far more than rubies. There is no question about whether or not a woman worth far more than rubies can be found. You, virtuous woman, are worth far more than rubies waiting to be seen for who you are and to be found, valued, cherished, and appreciated. Do you know your own worth?

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“Magic Spells Wear Off” by Dr.J.

Charm is the use of magic, and magic spells wear off. Beauty doesn’t last forever, and beauty is common. Ladies, please believe that it is the God in you, not the sex goddess in you, that is worthy to be praised. Friends, family, books, television, and magazines can give us countless ways to have sex, but God gives us instructions for how to be praised. I know that being a sex goddess makes us feel powerful for a moment, but ladies God wants us to have permanent praise, not momentary power. Dr.J.