Inbox me with your questions, doubts, beefs, unbeliefs with Christianity, Jesus, and the Bible… I won’t put you on blast, but I will do my best to research and give you a good answer.

Jesus is looking for those that NEED healing and freedom! It’s okay to ask questions!!!!!



Q: How biblical or unbiblical it is to “plead the blood”–I’ve found most that do it (self included), do it because we were taught to/out of tradition but can’t back it up with scripture… must I discard my special phrase? I’m trying to purge the “tradition” from my religion.

A: That’s a good question.

Basically, to “plead” means to fight for, or present evidence for your cause, as a lawyer would “plead” in his case before a judge.

3 Scriptures on it:

Job 16:21 O that one might plead for a man with God, as a man pleadeth for his neighbour!

Job 13:6 Hear now my reasoning, and hearken to the pleadings of my lips.

Psalm 35:1Plead my cause, O Lord, with them that strive with me: fight against them that fight against me.

So basically, to plead is to fight with reasonings for a cause.

When we fight for our cause in the kingdom of God, the Blood of Jesus Christ on the Cross is the EVIDENCE that we bring that God loves us and is fighting for us. It’s the evidence that our sins have been washed away (Ephesians 1:7). When the accuser comes before us, the evidence that we plead our cause with is the Blood of Jesus. (Revelations 12:11). As a  matter of fact, we even have to have faith in the Blood of Jesus to enter into God’s presence to even plead our case (Hebrews 10:19).

If you use the Blood of Jesus as a source of faith when you plead your case before God, then it’s very good to “plead the blood,” or use the Blood of Jesus as your evidence. However if you are using it as a “magic phrase” that you just throw out with no knowledge or understanding of what it really means, then it’s probably not useful.



Q: I was wondering if you knew what translations of the Bible were considered authoritative. A black Hebrew Israelite, at my job, used the Worldwide English Standard to quote a scripture to prove his point that is not found in any other translation. So now he’s saying I don’t know what I’m talking about and I’m a half Christian etc. He’s all about women being less than men as a species not submissive. He points out the one translation that says wives obey when all other translations say submit. Help please?


This link has information about the worldwide english translation

It was written by a woman in Liberia in 1993.  It’s not in the list of bibles that come from the Textus Receptus, one of the original texts. I’m not sure where she translated it from.

Here’s a list of bibles that come from the Textus Receptus (the original letters that were confirmed by Apostles)

As far as men & women go. It’s true that women are to obey their husbands according to Titus 2:5 so that the Word is not blashemed. Titus 2:5 To be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed.

However that does not mean that women are lesser beings than men. We are just made different and we have to take on our roles in order to protect against satan.

The context of Titus 2:5 is addressing the Body of Christ, anybody that is Christian. Titus was an elder I believe, and Paul was writing to him instructions on what to teach the younger women to do.

Obedience means to do what your authority instructs. Submissive is similar, and it means to follow the mission (or purpose) of your authority by using your own talents and energy to accomplish their mission.

This word is greek Hupotasso… It means “be subject to” which means be under their authority. So obedience and submission both fit the definition.

Hupotasso Definition

to arrange under, to subordinate

to subject, put in subjection

to subject one’s self, obey

to submit to one’s control

to yield to one’s admonition or advice

to obey, be subject

A Greek military term meaning “to arrange [troop divisions] in amilitary fashion under the command of a leader”. In non-military use,it was “a voluntary attitude of giving in, cooperating, assumingresponsibility, and carrying a burden”.

But like I said it’s doesn’t mean women are lesser, its just how we keep the order to protect ourselves against satan’s attacks. If Eve was subject to Adam in a military fashion, she would not have eaten of the fruit from listening to the serpent.



Q: If Adam was really in place of authority would she have eaten that fruit and why did he eat it? He should have commanded her to put it down after she came to him?


A: Adam was being lazy and instead of commanding his wife, he followed her in disobedience. That’s why sin entered into the world. Adam was the authority. It wasn’t Eve’s fault, it was Adam’s fault. That’s why the Romans 5 is clear that sin entered the world through Adam, not Eve. Eve was the one decieved, but Adam was the one that let it happen. Adam was not deceived, He just made a choice to disobey.

1 Timothy 2:12 But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence. 13 For Adam was first formed, then Eve. 14 And Adam was not deceived, but the woman being deceived was in the transgression. 15 Notwithstanding she shall be saved in childbearing, if they continue in faith and charity and holiness with sobriety.



Q: As a wife, how do I obey my husband in military fashion from the leader perspective? It’s known that say a private is to wait for orders and be subject to their authority and also to obey those orders. What is the person in authority supposed to do in order for the “private” to freely obey without fear? So are these to operate separately without the dependence of the other regardless if one side does it or not? How does that really look? I don’t want to feel like my husband’s child instead of his wife.


A: This is why the bible commands husbands to love their wives and be affectionate and kind and care for them like they care for their own bodies in Ephesians 5. The wife is to reverence her husband and honor him in subjection, and the husband is to pour affection and love and care upon his wife. That’s the only way these two can be united against the deceptions of satan.

Yes, because as an individual you are responsible for your own obedience to God. But the bible also says that you will reap what you sow. So 99% of the time (unless the person has dedicated themselves to satan), if you do your part, it will help the other one do their part and vice versa. That’s why the bible says a woman can win her husband WITHOUT THE WORD just by being submissive and treating him like her lord.

How does it look? That’s a tough one, because I”m not a woman. But I know the bible says Sarah called him “Lord” so giving him reverential communication like “Sir” would work well. If I was in the army I would address my superior with that title, and also follow orders. When I’m with my boss at work I do what he says.  Anything he asks me to do, I do it. When I have a disagreement with him I’m not emotional about it, I communicate in a calm manner. Then I do what he says if its not a crime or a sin. Other than that I would say just ask an older woman for ways to show respect and honor. The Holy Spirit will also teach you different ways to do it.

There’s also the love and communication that a husband gives to his wife. My boss doesn’t treat me like I treat my wife. We are a lot closer. I love my children but I talk to my wife even more than I talk to them and I talk to her on an equal level. Submission doesn’t necessarily mean lack of communication and closeness. Also subjection in assignments doesn’t mean emotional distance. As a matter of fact, submission bring more affection. 2 Corinthians 7:15 shows that when you are obedient to an authority, you allow more affection to flow from their bellies toward you.

A major difference between obedience as a child and obedience as a friend is a friend gets more intimate communication and explanations. In the same way, when a good husband gives his wife instructions, he gives it with more intimate communication and explanation than he would for his child. A wife must obey her husband, but a good husband will tell his wife what he is doing rather than acting like she doesn’t need to know.

John 15:15 Henceforth I call you not servants; for the servant knoweth not what his lord doeth: but I have called you friends; for all things that I have heard of my Father I have made known unto you.



Q: How does a female or male learn their role initially? Rarely do I see husbands really love their wife, and protect them and give their lives for them like Christ. I see women submit and still are expected to do things in households like it’s 1950 when she works, cares for kids etc. I don’t like what I see even in the church.


A: Men and Women are initially supposed to learn their roles in the context of family, from their father and mother. However you know in our generation, many of those families and marriages have been broken up and a lot of things have been lost. This Babylon world system has impacted us with feminism, economic attacks, and entertainment and media has divided and wrecked the family as well. But the Bible is still here and the Holy Spirit is still here, so in Christ we can get everything we need back if we are willing to live holy and set apart from the world system.

This world is really tough… things have changed so much. But I do believe that God is doing something in our generation to return us back to HIS vision.  In order to get motivated and to see that vision, we have to have a hunger and a desire for the Lord to return, and then seek the Word of God for what we need to be when that happens.



Q: Was Jesus active in the social injustice arena? If so… How?

A: Preaching against corrupt government and showing people how to overcome them by obeying God’s commandments and loving their neighbor economically

Luke 4:18 The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, 19 To preach the acceptable year of the Lord.




Q: Sir, you posted something that caught my attention, and I would like you to elaborate on it, please. It was about there being no more lone, sad prophets and the spirit of Elijah.

A: When i said no more lone prophets I felt that God is transitioning and strengthening his prophets into teams instead of being lone rangers like Elijah when he was depressed and scared of Jezebel. God replaced Elijah with Jehu (a king) as well as Elisha (a prophet with a double portion of power) to fully execute His plans against Jezebel and for leadership among God’s people. So many times prophetic people just want to declare God’s word and run instead of fully execute God’s plan and take leadership. But Jehu executed Jezebel and took over Israel, and Elisha didn’t follow Elijah’s lone prophet example. Elisha formed a school and started to train others. That’s what I meant by no more lone prophets. People with God’s Word in them are forming teams and beating back the enemy and taking authority.



Q: If you could share anything else with me about understanding the gifts of the spirit and operating in them? Especially about the difference between industry and ministry


A: It’s probably a longer answer than this, but we can started. Gifts of the spirit are listed in 1 Corinthians 12, I’m sure you are familiar with the list. The more you pray and walk with God, many of those gifts will flow as you begin to try to serve and help the body of Christ, encourage and strengthen the brethren, and preach the gospel to others. It’s really all about being aware that those gifts are available, then hearing them and using them. When you have a call to help people follow God, its important to be a Servant with it. For example if you have a gift to write or rap or sing or do music, A lot of times the temptation is to go with industry and serve purposes that are linked to unbelievers, for the sake of profit. But it’s better to use those gifts to serve God, freely give and freely receive. if you create or publish a physical product, its ok to sell it. But the revelation and gifts of the spirit are not for sale. Those gifts should be used to build people up, and whatever payment you recieve should be a free will offering given in the ministry context.



Q: I want to ensure that my preaching work stays a ministry but at the same time I want to find a way to take back the market place. If I have a business that is separate from my ministry, how do I find ways to incorporate christian business principles into business without compromising.

A: I love your heart, keep pressing into Gods purpose! Theres no need to take back the marketplace when you are doing ministry. If you publish a physical product, its fine to sell it. But its better to just spread the Word and recieve love offerings. When you do that God will bless your ministry and if you have a separate job or business God will bless that also.

Paul made tents as his business. He spread the Word as his ministry. He charged for tentmaking but he recieved frwewill offerings for his ministry. Jesus charged to do carpentry work. But He recieved freewill offerings for His ministry. Jesus was against buying and selling in the temple and we see this when He whipped the moneychangers out and said His Fathers house was to be a house of prayer not a den where thieves can hide themselves. You are going in the right direction, i believe God will bless both your ministry and your business skills if you use them in the proper order. Proverbs has a lot of wisdom on building good business skills!



Q: I got a question why do we call ourselves Christians? Is there a difference between suffering “as” a Christian, and calling yourself a Christian?

Great question… It was a derogatory term that meant Christ followers, or “little Christs” We took it and we have not been ashamed of it ever since. 1 Peter says its good to suffer as a Christian and it glorifies God.

The bible says in Acts “they were first called Christians” in Antioch. From this and other scriptures its clear that it was something that believers were not ashamed of.

Otherwise, why would the HG put those scriptures in the bible?


Jesus didn’t call them Christians because it was first used in Acts 15 I think. It’s several things that the bible calls us… believers, followers of the way, the Body, the Bride. The

Congregation, the Ecclesia, the royal priesthood, etc. you don’t have to use the Word Christian if you don’t want to.


I totally agree with you its frustrating to see ppl call themselves that and have no understanding of what it means.

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