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Overview The bestselling author of "Matters of the Heart" takes readers right to a core issue: What place does the pastor hold in church, in the community, and in parishoners' own hearts? She minces no words as she describes how spiritual leaders have been placed in our lives to help us move into the full portion of the inheritance God has for us.
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Inherit the spiritual blessing that God has for you. You can experience salvation and receive a new heart but still miss receiving your full spiritual inheritance. Juanita Bynum, best-selling author of Matters of the Heart, minces no words in explaining the scriptural significance for believers to understand the role spiritual authority plays in your inheriting all God destines for you. Your Spiritual inheritance comes only from submission.
Looking in-depth at the lives of Samson, Saul, Uzziah, and Jesus, as well as her own life, Bynum explains the pattern for receiving - and not squandering - the mantle of anointing from God. Discover how submission to instruction and receiving correction from spiritual authority can draw you into destiny. The Bible's pattern is clear - spiritual leaders are to lead, and believers are to submit to their leadership for spiritual direction. Your spiritual inheritance - reserved especially for you - is awaiting your full obedience. Will you embrace the greatness God has put within you?
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Studio: Charisma House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6" Height: 9" Weight: 1.3 lbs.
Release Date Sep 21, 2004
Publisher STRANG COMMUNITCATION-CHARISMA
ISBN 1591854121 ISBN13 9781591854128 UPC 9781591854128
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More About Juanita Bynum
Juanita Bynum s powerful gospel ministry in word and song has encouraged and transformed millions of hearts nationwide, as has her best-selling book Matters of the Heart. She hosts television programs and often shares her insights in women s ministries. She is also the author of several books, including The Threshing Floor, No More Sheets, Walking in Your Destiny, and A Heart for Jesus."
Juanita Bynum currently resides in Hempstead Waycross Waycross Wa.
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My Spiritual Inheritance Sep 17, 2008
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There Truly is No Substitute for Obedience May 11, 2007
My primary interest in checking out MY SPIRITUAL INHERITANCE from the library was to learn more about the Jezebel spirit, as that is the only book that came up under that keyword search. I did find a rich chapter on that and many other chapters on so much more.
Juanita Bynum, the author writes of the importance of one's relationship with their pastor, their spiritual parents, in God's divine order of releasing His power in and through His children. She writes that as a person's relationship is with their pastor, so is their relationship with God. This is almost identical to a statement I had heard several months ago from a pastor in his own pulpit, a pastor who said: As your relationship is with God, so is your relationship with your spouse, that in the same message where he also said that a rebellious nature is like trying to hold on to something slipping through your hands like sand. Both statements point out the critical importance of these intimate, yet temporal relationships in terms of our ultimate accountability to God, who is jealous over His own. Bynum speaks of divine relationships, known first in the spiritual realm, and then on earth, and she cites scriptural precedents (e.g. Samuel knowing Saul before they met).
In Chapter 1, "The Voice of the Father," the author counsels, "Remember this: Any place where you are not receiving the manifold blessings of God is your spiritual Egypt," a truth I had learned through other avenues only during the past year or so.
In Chapter 2, as soon as that, she addresses, "The Power of Obedience," in such a way that reminded me of a key message entitled, "No Substitute for Obedience," given by Pastor Phillip Gregory Johnson, SonCoast Pentecostal Church in Hudson, Florida, on September 3, 2006, a message from which I borrowed the title for this review, for truly there is no substitute for obedience. Bynum writes quite a bit about rebellion (as the sin of witchcraft) and the irreplaceable importance of uncompromising obedience to God.
In Chapter 11, "The Seduction of Jezebel," Bynum makes several salient points about dealing with this most destructive spirit: a) Jezebel is not the root, she is the deception, the decoy; she is controlled by the "proud and lofty thing" that controls her, Baal and Ashtoreth; therefore, we are not just fighting against a mere "woman" (that can manifest in men or women), but against a stronghold of Satan; b) Since Jezebel operates legally (based on legitimate authority that has been yielded to her) this spirit cannot be dealt with by rebuking it; c) Obedience to God, uncompromising obedience to God (not my will, but Thy will be done) is the primary means of dealing with this stronghold of Satan; d)"As a people of God, we have to come against Jezebel as a company. We cannot be divided--because when we stand as one and all say the same thing, Jezebel cannot find a corner to whisper in." (p. 221)
Speaking as true prophetess herself, Bynum advises that a false spirit (e.g. a Jezebel spirit, which acts as a chameleon, changing into whatever it needs to be to deceive) may also prophesy, may also bless, however, a false spirit will never prophesy the *process* God will take you through in getting you to where He is taking you. So, if someone in a spirit of prophesy, for example, tells you that God is going to bring His truth home to you by burning through certain imperfect bulwarks you have built in your life and will do so with His own holy fire, then that is a word of God through that person that should be heeded; that, as well as whatever else God may have to say to you through them.
The author is so balanced, so skillful in handling scripture, so authoritative in how she handles the subject matter, that (other than the chapter on generational curses, a concept I question) I do feel this book is well worth reading. I see that she has also developed some study aids to go along with it, and I believe the content is rich enough to warrant that depth of delving into this subject matter, which is so relevant for this time, this generation.
Bynum recommends Jezebel Vs. Elijah: The Great End Time Clash by Bree Keyton, a book I definitely plan to read because Bynum recommended it.
life-changing and awesome Nov 4, 2005
first of all 95% of the reviews i have read on this book are pure rubbish.you people that are writing those trash about this book are dead spirituallly and blind,you cant see.the truth hurts but it will set you free.anyway,this book is so powerful,i bought it last year and it tremendously changed my life,it taught me tremendously about spiritual authority.if you want to be in authority,you have to be submitted to authority.the power of a spiritual father/mother will change your life forever.it changed my life and will change yours forever .my spiritual father is an awesome blessing to my life,and through him i received my spiritual inheritance.the jezebel aspect of it was also fantastic and revealing.the holy spirit compelled me to read this book and it was life-changing.
Reviving the Shepherding Movement Oct 19, 2005
Although Bynum does not have enough historical knowledge to be aware of it, this dangerous little book attempts to revive the dangerous teachings of the shepherding movement of the '70s, which elevated the authority of pastors over that of the still, small, internal voice of the Spirit. Bottom line: Obey your pastor, even if he's wrong. God will bless you for it. If you don't, you'll never get your "spiritual inheritance."
Scriptually Sound or let's Make a slave? Sep 21, 2005
I got a few good things out of this book. But much of it was about the dominance of leadership and how to keep the flock in check. I have come to realize overtime that just because someone has a title does not mean that they care about you.
Just because someone is a pastor, elder or prophet does not mean they have your best interest at heart. I believe our destiny will come to pass period. This book was written for people who want to be famous in God. When you have a celebrity like Ms. Bynum as a minister or pastor-she has to be like this hard driving slave driver.
Pg.172 she compares Saints of God-Human beings to "Spiritual race horses" reducing people to animals. This is exactly how Willie Lynch suggested the "Negro Slave" be broken and psychologically driven by the Master. Check it out:
"First of all we need a black nigger man, a pregnant nigger woman and her baby nigger boy. Second, we will use the same basic principle that we use in breaking a horse, combined with some more sustaining factors. We reduce them from their natural state in nature; whereas nature provides them with the natural capacity to take care of their needs and the needs of their offspring, we break that natural string of independence from them and thereby create a dependency state so that we maybe able to get from them useful production for our business and pleasure.
1) Both horse and niggers are no good to the economy in the wild or natural state. 2) Both must be broken and tied together for orderly production. 3) For orderly futures, special and particular attention must be paid to the female and the youngest offspring. 4) Both must be crossbred to produce a variety and division of labor. 5) Both must taught to respond to a peculiar new language. 6) Psychological and physical instruction of containment must be created for both.
NOTE: Neither principles alone will suffice for good economics. All principles must be employed for the orderly good of the nation. Accordingly, both a wild horse and a wild or natural nigger is dangerous even if captured, for they will have the tendency to seek their customary freedom, and, in doing so, might kill you in your sleep. You cannot rest. They sleep while you are awake and are awake while you are asleep. They are dangerous near the family house and it requires too much labor to watch them away from the house. Above all you cannot get them to work in this natural state. Hence, both the horse and the nigger must be broken, that is break them from one form of mental life to another, keep the body and take the mind. In other words, break the will to resist.
Now the breaking process in the same for the horse and the nigger, only slightly varying in degrees. But as we said before, you must keep your eye focused on the female and the offspring of the horse and the nigger. A brief discourse in offspring development will shed light on the key to sound economic principle. Pay little attention to the generation of original breaking but concentrate on future generations. Therefore, if you break the female, she will break the offspring in its early years of development and, when the offspring is old enough to work, she will deliver it up to you. For her normal female protective tendencies will have been lost in the original breaking process. For example, take the case of the wild stud horse, a female horse and an already infant horse and compare the breaking process with two captured nigger males in their natural state, a pregnant nigger woman with her infant offspring. Take the stud horse, break him for limited containment. Completely break the female horse until she becomes very gentle whereas you or anybody can ride her in comfort. Breed the mare until you have the desired offspring. Then you can turn the stud to freedom until you need him again. Train the female horse whereby she will eat out of your hand, and she will train the infant horse to eat of your hand also.
When it comes to breaking the uncivilized nigger, use the same process, but vary the degree and step up the pressure so as to do a complete reversal of the mind. Take the meanest and most restless nigger, strip him of his clothes in front of the remaining niggers, the female, and the nigger infant, tar and feather him, tie each leg to a different horse faced in opposite directions, set him a fire and beat both horses to pull him apart in front of the remaining niggers. The next step is to take a bullwhip and beat the remaining nigger male to the point of death in front of the female and the infant. Don't kill him. But put the fear of God in him, for he can be useful for future breeding." http://www.informationman.com/lynch1.htm
Juanita Bynum clearly borrowed the idea from an old white man who needed to systematically keep Negroes in check. Read Page 172 of her book and compare the "Let's Make a Slave" write up. All I can say is, the black church is in a state of chaos. It's shameful and frightening. All your spiritual ambitions will come true if you let me break you down and don't forget "just keep quiet and keep walking because you are still wild" as Ms. Bynum says. Remember it is for your generations that will come after you.It's also so when you are publically rebuked you are actaully saving others in the congregation and your offspring. Pg 146. Willie Lynch said the very same thing.
We should submit, support and aid those who love and truly care for our souls.