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"Trust in God, Don't Be Easily Beset: Part One"
Monthly Pastoral's Therapeutic Sermons
"Trust in God, Don't Be Easily Beset: Part One"
Crime after crime, is what is displayed on "social media." The world has lost its way. Children are killing their parents, parents are killing their whole family, neighbors are spraying each other with bullets, people are marrying for beneficial purposes, killing for the mighty dollar, "the huge insurance money." Lord, we are living in the last days.
The visual portrait, displayed of the world on "social media," people are crying out in the wilderness, for help. They are easily beset to anger, short-tempered, they fly off the handle with flared tempers, which lead them to inflict pain, on their loved ones.
My, my, my Lord. It is dangerous ground when you choose to use violence in the place of your words. People use your words to replace all that anger, that is built up inside of you, the anger that is boiling over. People use your words, instead of letting the “bothersome-issues” build up to anger. Then you become enraged and explode on your loved ones. When you continue that path of letting the "bothersome-issues" build up, you lash out, uncontrollably, and demise your loved ones, including your children. When you have demised your loved ones with your own hands, in your right mind, that is something that you will live with, for the rest of your life. That type regret, to have demised your loved ones, is unimaginable.
Good God, the therapeutic release, where is your faith, people? What happened to your faith? “Trust in God, Don’t Be Easily Beset.” Pray! Be slow to anger. Have mercy for others the way God have mercy for you. Cease with the bitterness, jealousy, hardened-hearts, vengeance, vengeful, and “the I’m going to get you back for wronging me.” Lord their hearts have become so hardened, that they have lost their way, from you, referring to “King Pharaoh and his army, from God.” My Lord, people just stop with those time-thieving grudges.
Stop in-and-out of the Lord’s house, unchanged. Stop with your Sunday-ritual masking. Once you get home you take off your window-dressing complete mask and unveil, the mean person that you are. Unbelievable, you just returned from church, and yet, behind closed doors, you are not the saint, that you portrayed yourself to be in church. Lord, this is the work of the devil.
Some of you, are so bitter with spiteful hearts, until you go the distance of purposely stirring up confusion in the family, with the rumor mail. Some of you use your unfriendly, lethal words to tear people apart. You are this way because you lack trust in God. You are this way because you do not want to deal with your issues and do not want to work on your issues. You are this way because you have allowed, sin, into your home, that has contributed to your bitterness (the sins of the world, you mix lightness with darkness, the two don’t mix). You have fallen prey and weakened in your faith. People, “Trust in God, Don’t Be Easily Beset.”
My God, the ongoing therapeutic release, if the world only knew what goes on behind families’ closed doors, to cause such madness, to have demised the whole family. The troubled waters that are going on in families, around the globalized economy is quite serious. The horrendous bitterness, resentment, and yes, hatred in the family is causing confusing, to the breaking point of committing catastrophic bodily harm, within the family, without remorseful.
You must not be discouraged and throw in the towel on God, “hallelujah Jesus!” You cannot serve God and the world at the same time, serving multiple masters. God is God and He will not change. God is the same forever more. God’s Word last forever. You cannot serve two masters. You either going to love one or hate the other. People, God knows your hearts. Time never stops. Tomorrow is not promised to any of us. Are you ready if God comes for you right now, at this very moment? You need to get your house in order. Oh Lord, we are living in the last days.
There is a “moral decline” in the family down the hill, down the slope. What happened to the delicacy of the family unity, love, togetherness, and compassion for one another? A person or persons with a deep-sea temper, without a grip on their clinical-edge temper, can be devastating to the household. The waves of your loose temper is a nightmare to your family. The family household is not a safe environment when you unleash your temper. Children are terrified of their parents. Parents are terrified of their children. The family is broken, fathers against sons, daughters against mothers. Turn your temper over to God. “Trust in God, Don’t Be Easily Beset.”
Cease with the blaming game. Cease with the transferring guilt. Take accountability for your actions, behavior, and temper. Take accountability for your flaws and stop taking your bottled-up “bothersome-issues” out on your family, causing domestic violence in your home. Take accountability for your flaws, and stop taking it out on the world, contributing to the sins of the world.
People stop contributing to bitterness, malice, vengeance, and hatred in the world. There is hope for change. Jesus is hope. Leave the old you in your rear-view mirror. Become a better you, me, and I, for a better world. Stay on God’s narrow path, strait-gate. Otherwise, the sins of the world will obstruct the clarity of your faith in God, which clogs your mind, heart, and soul.
Oh, Lord! People don’t you know, life is death without God. People don’t you know, “If your soul is not anchored in Jesus, it will surely drift away.” God has won. The devil is a liar! God always win. The God I serve forever reigns. He is a mighty good God. He is my redeemer. God is a true friend. He is worthy to praise. Don’t give in to the devil. Turn it all over to God and live for the Lord. That is what the enemy come to do steal, kill and destroy. The devil’s goal is to steal, kill, and destroy your family.
People, we were born into sin. Long as we are living on earth, we will endure the trials and tribulations of life. Time never stops. Each day is precious to not waste away. The Word of God will never fail you. It pleases God when His children practice loving and forgiveness.
In closing, my benediction. Whenever you have problems, call on Jesus. You can call on Jesus anytime. He will never say no. He will fix it. I tried Jesus for myself, He never said no, He fixed it. He will do the same for you. God loves all His children. Pray to God, children. Pray to God to wash you white as snow, the purging season. Pray to God to renew a new spirit in you. Repent to God, ask for His forgiveness. He will forgive you. Our God has already forgiven your sins. Jesus died on the cross for all mankind. Your sins has been tossed in the sea of forgiveness. You must forgive yourself, to move forward onto a healthier journey.
Speak to me Lord! Speaking to the trillions of "God's Head Staff Members."
Pastorals, just to mention three powerful upcoming fictional books, that God placed on my heart, “The Inspirational Collections of Jaxson Went Missing,” “The Inspirational Collections of The Secret Keepers,” and “The Inspirational Collections of Captivity, Another Man’s Wife,” are good follow-up reads, that will accommodates the highlighted real-world issues in this sermon, as each of my books do. Please pick up copies upon availability.
How did I develop this sermon? It was my downtime, involved in an activity, when I heard the whispers of the spirit, directing me. I paused, my activity, took out my electronic device and I typed this sermon in one gulp, without pausing. The whispers of the spirit directs me in the writing of each of my sermons, for The Inspirational Collections of books.
Keep watch for my next upcoming, real-world "benevolent" sermon: "Trust in God, Rebuff Domestic Violence: Part Two."
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-Jennifer, "Send it on down, Lord. Let your Holy Ghost come on down.”
"Trust in God, Rebuff Domestic Violence: Part Two"
"Trust in God, Rebuff Domestic Violence: Part Two"
Every day I breathe, God you are my inspirational joy. God’s people rejoice in His holy name. May God be with you this holiday season and may His many blessings reign upon you, with the hope that your souls be touched, delightfully, from this Godsend sermon. A sermon written diligently, with my whole heart, to aid you on your journey.
Domestic violence does not discriminate, nor is it discriminatory. It is astonishing, widespread throughout the world, within the families of every nationality, hidden behind the darkness of closed doors.
Nevertheless, this is not a fairy tale doctrine-up, “sweet-home” sermon; a fable sermon, that so many prefer to hear, this time of the season. Because they have turned their cheeks away from the truth. Window-dressing, with their public-persona and covering, due to the horizon of “domestic violence” happening in their own homes, that has filled their life with fear. Domestic violence is very much prevalent in Christian households. They yearn for this time of the year, to drape themselves with the falsehood of having peace and happiness. They will rather have plastered smiles on their faces, pretending for the holiday season that “domestic violence” is not happening in their homes; instead of taking a stand, using their voices, to confront the bottled-up, “bothersome-issues,“ to deal with the traumatic of those issues and reach out for help.
Lord, you are the fresh air that I breathe. It is healthy for everyone, to release the bottled-up “bothersome-issues,” and discuss them, to bring resolution to the issues before meeting-up for the holidays. If not, the world will remain the same, concerning the physically-combative aggressiveness of “domestic violence,” until, as a nation we take the first steps to look in the mirror, at ourselves, to make the change as an individual, to stop the horizon of “domestic violence.”
Each year you aged. Aren’t you tired of in and out of each year unchanged? Aren’t you tired of that same look on you, dressed in old wine? We are near the closing of another year. Why not start preparing to end the year on a changed note, “Trust in God, Rebuff Domestic Violence.” If the good Lord spares your life to see the New Year, why not start preparing to enter the New Year, a changed you, “dressed in new wine.” Oh Lord, don’t they know, Jesus on Calvary was not a fairy story. Oh Lord, don’t they know, peace and happiness is found within You, not in the material things of the world, and not in people. Oh Lord, don’t they know, only You can give them wonderful rest.
The truth be told, this real-world, non-fairy-tale sermon is discerning this season. To aid you, to confront your issues, deal with them, and put your issues to rest. A doctrine-up, fairy tale sermon is not going to help you, once you walk outside the church doors, entering back into the real-world. This season, if the tides gets rough, hold onto Jesus and don’t let go. Oh, my, my, my, my, whatever the situation is, still hold onto Jesus. He will keep you every day of your precious life.
Oh God in heaven, you are the bright morning light. This real-world sermon is displayed on “social media” around the world. This is the time of season, when many put on their window-dressing persona, trying their hardest to blanket the bottled-up “bothersome- issues,” instead of confronting them. Which for some folks, when they meet up for the “holidays, for dinner,” with the same-old hellraising, full-fledge brawl will break-loose, rumbling on the ground. Because of the bottled-up “bothersome-issues,” that leads to “domestic violence.”
There are sordid people in the world who reject “Trust in God, Rebuff Domestic Violence,” they reject, relish the change, because they are complacent in their sins, playing and living by their own rules. Which is self-serving and naïve. When questioned about their hot-headed temper, they are not comfortable answering to it, and discussing it. They will go radio-silence on you, quickly. Or, they will give you hedging answers, going off the subject. They will not come down from the cloud and admit their wrongdoings. They like always being correct and having the floor to centered attention. They are peculiar that way, fooling themselves with the mind-set, that it is all about them. When in fact, it is all about Jesus.
Good God of mercy, the therapeutic release, let’s dive into what has led to so many loving families to tailspin becoming “domestic violence” families. “Domestic violence” starts in the home. It is introduced in the home. Therefore, I pose the question is it logistic to assume “criminality” stars in the home? The most beautiful marriage can hide awful secrets of “domestic violence;” living a whopper of untruth. Husbands are head of the household. Husbands are supposed to protect their children. Husbands are supposed to protect their wives.
Jamar and Bella were blissfully inseparable at the beginning of their “young-love” marriage. They were once happy. Over time the bad things overtook the good things in their marriage. What went wrong in their marriage, causing Jamar to sleep on the sofa? What went wrong in their marriage, that put their marriage in a bad spot, causing “domestic violence?” What could have happened that turned their marriage dark, for Jamar to have given Bella the deep-freeze shoulder? Was it that Jamar was snoring loudly? Well, what happened in Jamar and Bella’s “young-love” marriage went something like this. Bella took to Jamar’s bad boy syndrome until she found out who he is, after marriage. She fell for his window-dressing persona. Bella had what seemed the loving perfect marriage, so she thought, until she found out they were not on the same page. Jamar has been stepping out the marriage, involved himself in the “ancient-dilemma Romeo-nesting” with other women.
Bella’s situation is a representation of what happens when you look at the exterior-camouflaged appearance of a man, and don’t watch your step, rushing into marriage, without taking the time to truly get to know him; bypassing, taking a closer look at his interior. Consequently, great repercussions follows for rushing into marriage, staining you with a touch-of-blinded sadness.
God, You are the morning sunshine. Infidelity brings discredit to the marriage, which causes “domestic violence.” It is living dangerously, when you are married, having an affair, that is not only scandalous, but it will put you in a financial mess, causing your finances to deteriorate. Infidelity will put a damper on the marriage, with a dark cloud hanging over the marriage. Infidelity is the ultimate betrayal in a marriage, that leads to anger and bitterness that can be heard in your voice. Continuing, it leads to resentment, yelling loudly, with a potty mouth, and tempers boiling over, onto “domestic violence,” leading to someone getting seriously injured or demised.
Infidelity and “domestic violence” are two firecrackers, that are dangerous entities, that leads to a spouse demised. Sometimes an affair becomes serious, where the spouse is in-deep, in the affair. Then that is when the plan is hatched to demise, the spouse for the insurance money, and to pursue a new life with their sidekick pleasure.
God is so, so good! The sidekick pleasure, now the new spouse, is blinded to know if the spouse cheated on their previous spouse and hatched a plan to demised them, they will do the same to them because of greed. They continue this cycle because it takes money to live. Therefore, this type of person repeats the crime again for the love of money, with the mind-set that they will never get caught. At some point, the insurance money is going to run out, they have grown tired of you, because you are a reminder of their past, and a reminder of their past lives (personalities). And that is when they hatched the plan to repeat the cycle to demise you, for the insurance money. This type of person cannot stop this cycle of committing such horrific acts. Jesus is the stronger man. Such a person needs Jesus’ help. If not, this person will continue the revolving-door cycle will continue.
Nowadays, the harrowing tale is, there are heartless people in this world who will demise you, think nothing of it and go about their normal day, as if nothing happened. A temperamental person is most vulnerable, to committing such horrific acts. Because of their build-up anger. They are blinded by rage. They go on an emotional rollercoaster rage. Entering a territory of “domestic violence,” with built-up raging-anger. They are at a boiling-point-of-no return, to restrain themselves from committing such horrific acts. it is dangerous when you wait until you reach the boiling-point, of becoming enraged, with “domestic violence, “that leads to screams piercing in the darkness of the night. Which ultimately, which inevitably, the “domestic violence” confrontation, leads to seriously, hurting a loved one. Oh God in heaven, we are living in the last days.
It is not mind-boggling, it is simple, cease the roughing-up your spouse and beating down your children. This is what happens when you mix lightness with darkness, bringing sin into your home. This is the outcome when you let the built-up “bothersome-issues” fester inside of you. Domestic violence is a chosen, cowardly act, opposed to surrendering to God, for help. Seek help for your raging temper. Cease with the squabble quarreling. Pray, people. Don’t lash out at your loved ones beating them to a pulp. Don’t lash out at your children, handling them too roughly, that leads to seriously injuring them, in many cases demising them. When you surrender to God for help, it is not a sign of weakness, it is a sign of bravery. It is noble of you.
Praise Jesus. Bless His holy name. My main, captivating message in this sermon. Stop coming to the Lord’s house pretending to be committed to the Lord and you are living the life of the world. Jesus! God’s people pray to God for guidance. Hallelujah Jesus, my deliverance, Sovereign Lord! Cease from mixing lightness with darkness, the two together is disastrous. Step back, let God take the wheel of your wholesome self. When you mix lightness with darkness, sin manifest in you. Sin enters your home through you, when you mingle lightness with darkness. Lightness and darkness has nothing in common. The two does not mix. Lightness has no business hanging out with darkness drinking alcohol, engaged in worldliness. Sanctification separates you from worldliness. Make up your mind, are you in God’s corner or the devil’s corner? Lightness has no business with darkness at a strip club. Lightness has no business rolling with darkness. When lightness roll with darkness, lightness invites a shipload of sin into their home. Lightness cannot cleanup that kind of sin, in their home, on their own. Lightness needs a stronger man to cleanup that kind of sin. Jesus is the stronger man who can clean it up. No matter how many people you call on, no matter how many pills you wash down your throat, no one can do for you, what Jesus can do for you. If someone tells you otherwise, then it is not so.
The devil is a liar! God can fix a broken family. You can become that family father or that family mother again. You can take back your family and be happy again. Cease from letting the devil steal, kill, and destroy your family with “domestic violence.” Say “no” to “domestic violence,” and strive towards becoming a healthier family again; starting with spending quality time together.
We all carry some type of burdens of life, but it is not okay, to take your anger out on others, with “domestic violence.” An abuser must accept accountability for his or her actions, learn from it, repent, and to rehabilitate himself or herself, in becoming a better person for change.
Domestic violence is not OK. Domestic violence will continue in a relationship or marriage. It does not get any better. Realistically, people do not change, unless they truly want to change. A domestic violence abuser will not and cannot be rehabilitated unless they make that internal decision to do so. It is their characteristic trait. It is who they are. They chose to remain that way. They cannot be force, to change, it must be their decision to want to change.
Ooooh! Another blessing, on my Jesus-journey. Pastors, I am trying to end this sermon, I am on a roll. The Lord is speaking to me heavily. I got a grip on it now. I shall pick up this momentum, continuing in my part three sermon,” I don’t know how many sermons parts there are. I am listening to the whispering sounds of the spirit, directing my path, in the writing of each sermon. I thank God for the many blessings.
Count it all joy! I now give my benediction, with the hope that it will aid you on your journey. Do not place judgement on others. We have no right to judge others for their sinful acts. God holds the key to judgement. No one on earth is qualified for God’s job. On your journey, treat people right. Be kindhearted to others. Treat others the way you want to be treated. I know without a doubt, that down through the years, in each of your life, the Lord has been good to you. Otherwise, you would not be here breathing, on this brand-new blessed day. No matter how many times you have turned your back on God, some of you even threw in the towel on God at some point in your life, but still, God has been good to you. Our God is a loving and forgiving God. Praise God and give Him the highest glory and the honor; for our God is worthy to be praised. God’s children, do not be “easily besetting in your sins.” As you navigate on your journey do not dwell on the negativity in your life. The storm and the rain will pass. All things passes away, except for the Word of God. Go in peace God’s children and navigate on you journey kind-heartedly.
Speak to me Lord! Speaking to the trillions of "God's Head Staff Members."
My upcoming December 2019 fictional spinoff book from my life story “The Inspirational Collections of Pastor Jerome Cutler: The Clock Keeps Ticking—The Final Chapter” and my upcoming Fall 2020 fictional book “The Inspirational Collections of The Flirtatious Bus Driver,” are compelling, follow-up reads to this real-world sermon.
The Inspirational Collections of fictional, spinoff books from my life story, are written from a real-world angle, not a fairy tale. The real-world angle, that I write my fictional books from, deals with the current issues in today’s world. My hope is that these practical and relatable fictional books can aid people positively, on their journey, with the inspiration that hope is a live. Jesus is hope.
Stay tuned for my next upcoming December 2019, Godsend sermon, “Trust in God, Be Productive: Part Three.”
While I sat at my desk typing this sermon, I paused and looked out the window at the serenity of the lake, in my backyard. Lord, how beautiful it would be if the world was as peaceful as the lake’s waves slowly moving peacefully about. Oh Lord, how beautiful the world would be, if the world was as humbled as the turtles, flamingos, and birds, roaming around in my backyard, looking for food. I smiled when I saw the squirrel going up the tree, without a worry in the world. How sweet is our God? Lord, you are my brightest days who is the head of my life. You give me peace. Lord, I thank You for the constellations and the wonderful rest, that you have given me.
Clergy members, God’s whole staffers, therapeutic sermons are in demand and are scarce. Therapeutic sermons are highly needed to aid the world in navigating on their journey, to stop raising their hands infiltrating “domestic violence.” By all means do not take my word, read the Holy Bible for yourselves, and journey throughout “social media.”
Therapeutic sermons are a necessity, to aid the world on how to quench the adversity-spirit, when in battle. Therapeutic sermons are needed to aid the world on how to navigate when a storm is brewing in their marriages and how to navigate, when they are in the storm and the rain. Therapeutic sermons are a must, to aid the world to know that they have choices in the matter of “domestic violence,” they have healthier alternatives, than “domestic violence.” Instead of choosing “domestic violence,” they can take their troubles to God, the Father, He will work it out. They can take their problems to God, the Son, He will fix it.
Oh, what a pity, the times that we are living in, there are people who do not wants to hear God talk. They go as far to say God talk is a bit square. That is what they say until God sends an encounter their way, and then they fall to their knees calling on the name of the Lord.
We do not live in a fairy tale world. Subsequently, there is a necessity for the people to be fed with real-world sermons, to aid them with dealing with real-world issues and adversities. Therapeutic sermons are a necessity for the world, in showing them the harmonious path, to deal with adversities calmly, harmoniously, and peacefully. Which include God’s staffers, too, because we too, are not perfect. We too have struggles and shortcomings.
The Inspirational Collections of books, I will not allow anyone to take me off my focus, Jesus. I have not lost focus off Jesus, since the day, I started my writing journey for the Lord, January 2007.
-Jennifer, A part of God’s staff members.
"Trust in God, Be Productive: Part Three"
"Trust in God, Be Productive: Part Three"
Upon the release of "Jennifer, A Young Hearted Bride: A Memoir-Volume One," you want to be swift in picking up a copy. This enthralled memoir is filled with inspirational wisdom, confidence, and encouragement. In Chapter Seven of this memoir, it gives you a grand, sneak peek into my next memoir, "Jennifer, My Writing Journey Experiences in the Lord's House: A Memoir-Volume Two."
We tend to lose sight that we are in control of our life. But the truth is, we are not. God is in control of our lives.
Benevolence sermon coming...
"The Clock Keeps Ticking," onto another day's journey, ticking down for me to post my next sermon, on Thursday, November 21st 2019. Count it Victory! I am opposed to complain. God brought me over. Every chance I receive, I give God, the highest praises, while I am still here, breathing. I refuse to let my opponent, my contender have the last word over my life. I have come too far on my Spiritual-Journey, with too many victories, only by the favor of God.
Blessings of the light and peace. Wholeheartedly, I keep holding onto God’s promise, as I navigate on The Inspirational Collections journey, spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ, through my inspiring writings, as a part of God’s workmanship.
Sovereign Lord, unimaginable my life is without Jesus. He gives my life meaning.
Jennifer, I am, the Godsend unwavering voice behind The Inspirational Collections.