11 Dec What a Woman Should Want (Church 12/11/22)
Is it okay to say, “I’m not perfect”? What should a woman want? Seek first the Kingdom, not a man. Your mind is not your friend. It sets you up!
Church with Jesse Lee Peterson, Sunday, December 11, 2022: A nervous man who doesn’t pray asks how to be mentally strong. // MONOLOGUE: Very few stand alone. Cowardly Christians still waiting for the Messiah: It’s like Christ wasted his time! // QUESTION: Is it okay to say: “I’m human… Nobody’s perfect… I’m not perfect…”? In reality, we are already perfect. But we identify with the nature of Satan. Parents puff up with ego over children. //
BIBLICAL QUESTION: What should a woman want? (When you keep your mind with your body, there’s nothing to do!) Are you a “Proverbs 31” woman? // JLP: Women want everything but what is right. Ladies, you should seek first the Kingdom of God within you. Don’t want a man so badly. Men are pathetic and only want sex; they argue with women — it’s like a lesbian relationship! //
(The real you, made in God’s image, is perfect.) STORY: A man looking at a house was set up by a realtor, other “buyers,” and a pretty female “neighbor.” But he overheard them talking after seeing the home, and realized he’d been had. And he was able to walk away. So it is with the mind setting us up: The mind is not your friend. //
NEW BIBLICAL QUESTION: Which is better: A life of certainty or uncertainty? //
ANNOUNCEMENT: Last Women’s Forum of the year on Thursday, December 15th, 2022, 7 PM! https://rebuildingtheman.com/events
- 0:00:00 Sun, Dec 11, 2022
- 0:01:40 Non-praying man: How to be mentally strong?
- 0:04:51 JLP: Standing alone vs. Waiting for the Messiah
- 0:12:31 Cursing in the temple. It’s like Christ wasted his time!
- 0:16:00 Q: Is it okay to say “I’m not perfect”?
- 0:18:56 First timer “Moses” never knew his father
- 0:24:45 …on Silent Prayer, staying present
- 0:26:36 More on Q: “I’m not perfect”?
- 0:31:44 JLP: We are already perfect
- 0:35:58 Imperfect parents puff up with ego over children
- 0:38:21 JLP: It’s in “the Word”! But Christians miss it!
- 0:40:48 Biblical Question: What should a woman want?
- 0:42:57 Keeping the mind with the body: Nothing to do
- 0:45:17 More on BQ: What should a woman want?
- 0:55:36 Are you a “Proverbs 31” woman?
- 0:57:37 JLP: Women want everything but what is right: Seek the Kingdom!
- 1:01:49 She’ll naturally be a “Proverbs 31” woman
- 1:02:51 JLP: Men are thinking about the 3-letter “S-E-X word,” ladies
- 1:04:21 What caused men to become pathetic: A “lesbian relationship”
- 1:07:19 Being guided by what is right
- 1:09:39 There is no love in families
- 1:12:40 The word “simp”; more warning for ladies
- 1:15:07 More on keeping the mind with the body
- 1:16:55 JLP: The real you is perfect
- 1:18:44 Story: A setup in buying a house
- 1:24:53 God loves us. Dumb to listen to thoughts/emotions
- 1:32:35 Believe nothing you hear, half what you see
- 1:36:36 New BQ: Which is better, a life of certainty or uncertainty?
- 1:44:03 Your purpose will find you
- 1:45:24 Closing / Announcements: Women’s Forum!
WATCH CLIP (7-min) YouTube | BitChute | Don’t fall for the lie that “nobody’s perfect.” Christ put everything back. You’ve just identified with the wrong spirit of fear and anger. How parents should deal with children: with patience and humility.
WATCH CLIP (17-min) YouTube | BitChute | JLP gives his two cents on his Biblical Question of the week. Women want everything but what is right. Return to the Father, ladies! Seek first the Kingdom of Heaven and His right way. Men don’t have love to give. Don’t look outside.
Church fellowship at BOND Sunday 11 AM PT rebuildingtheman.com/church
11:01 AM US PST – We start a minute after the top of the hour.
Nervous, non-praying man: How to be mentally strong?
11:02 A man Alex asks the secret to being mentally strong. (He wrote the question down, as he’s nervous.) Different people answer. Alex says he’s not doing the Silent Prayer (despite “trying). How do you expect to get better if you don’t be still and let God do it?
JLP: Standing alone. Waiting for the Messiah, who already came.
11:06 MONOLOGUE: Jesse’s noticed the world is in a mess, because people are afraid to stand alone. Very few are willing to stand alone.
Why call yourself a Christian and be a coward? Your nature would change if you truly believed in God.
It doesn’t come from people, but only from God. Learn to stand alone spiritually.
Christians are waiting for Jesus to return like Jews are waiting for the Messiah. He’s already come! He lives in you. Learn to live from within.
Cursing in the temple. It’s like Christ wasted his time!
11:14 A man asks a brief question, and Jesse elaborates: Our body is the temple of God. They won’t cuss in the building, but they curse outside — in their bodies!
People don’t care about one another, including husbands and wives.
Is it okay to say, “I’m not perfect”?
11:17 It’s like Christ wasted his time! A Christian man says he woke up at “noon PM.” He asks about if we truly can become perfect or if we’ll always be fighting the fallen state. When someone says: “I’m not perfect,” is that justifying for sinning, falling short.
First-timer Moses never knew his father
11:20 A man answers: Are we perfect already? Moses, a first-time visitor, speaks. (Jesse remarks on his name. Jesse thinks he looks like a member of the Jackson Five.) He says he had an awesome mother. He never knew his father, but only his name — doesn’t even know if he’s alive. Jesse assures him that people are not telling him the truth about his father.
…on Silent Prayer / staying present
11:26 Moses asks about the Silent Prayer. Jesse tells him that as long as he stays present, the Devil cannot touch you. When you stay present, you feel nothing. The imagination cannot imagine the things of God, because it’s of the Devil.
Back to Q: “I’m not perfect”?
11:28 (Jesse saw himself on Dr. Phil — he’s blacker than usual.)
11:29 Another man says we can be close to perfect. He’s another first-timer.
11:31 Jesse asks another person, Francisco.
11:32 A young woman heard about JLP on YouTube.
JLP: We are already perfect
11:33 Jesse says: I can tell you without a doubt that we’re already perfect. The only reason you’re not is that you listen to the thoughts. When we judge others, we’re judging the image of God, because we’re created in his image. When you forgive, you no longer identify with the spirit of Hate (anger), which is that of the Devil — it was never you. People who say, “I’m not perfect,” are in a fallen state; they can’t see.
Once you wake up, you can’t go back to sleep. Intellectual people go back, because they’re not awake. It is done. You can allow the image of Satan to be destroyed by not identifying with fear, thoughts and feelings of needing love, etc. Then you love everyone with perfect love. We are a spirit. Christ came and got us back. The Old Testament was about suffering, which is what people are living today — the life of the Devil.
Do the Silent Prayer, stay with it, allow life to happen, allow yourself to feel the fear — go through the false image of yourself. Shake in your boots. Be willing to be alone.
Imperfect parents puff up with ego over children
11:37 The Christian man asks a question. Jesse talks about kids getting angry by way of parents. Parents could tell the kids not to be angry, and not take it personally when kids speak up in the wrong way. Just because you’re a parent doesn’t make you important.
JLP: It’s in the word! But people miss it!
11:40 Jesse reiterates: You’re already perfect. The Bible says: Perfect love casts out fear. It’s al there, but people read right over it. The Kingdom of Heaven is at hand.
11:40 Franky makes a point.
Judas turned on Jesus, and the disciples
11:41 Jesse talks about watching a movie. A narrator said: Judas turned on Jesus, the disciples scattered. It’s the same spirit as what happens with mothers and children.
Biblical Question: What should a woman want?
11:42 Jesse asks his Biblical Question of the week: What should a woman want? One first lady answers.
11:43 A second young lady says: Peace. Jesse asks her to define peace.
Keeping the mind with the body: Nothing to do
11:44 A third woman answers. Are you keeping your mind with your body? She says it’s kind of weird. After driving 40 minutes to work, she asks how she got there.
11:46 Jesse comments that there’s nothing to do when you keep your mind with the body.
More BQ feedback: What should a woman want?
11:47 Alex answers, although he groans and says he doesn’t know.
11:49 Another black-and-slow man (like Jesse) answers.
11:50 A couple more people answer. Multiple people say “peace.”
11:52 Doug answers, insisting she should not want for peace — she should want for nothing.
11:53 A man says she should want what the man wants, which is a connection to God.
11:54 A young person says it’s boring and lonely to keep the mind with the body.
11:55 A woman Rochelle says perfect peace is not wanting for anything — being content.
11:56 Franky and another man answer.
Are you a Proverbs 31 woman?
11:57 The Christian man says he wants to think about it. Nick says she should want to be a “Proverbs 33 woman” (Proverbs 31).
JLP: Women want everything but what is right: Seek God within!
11:59 Jesse says that in counseling he’s found women want everything but what is right. And they get frustrated it. There’s nothing wrong with wanting a husband, but it should be 131 on your bucket list. You shouldn’t want for anything. Seek the Kingdom of God, ladies. You’re not going to find it in a man, in things, in children, but within. Stop looking outside, because it’s not out there. Nothing and noone can solve that emptiness. If you get married, you’ll only be attracted to what is right. Men don’t have it, ladies! Sorry! Especially today’s men — pathetic!
It’s in you: The Kingdom of Heaven is in you as well, ladies! You wouldn’t miss anything if your husband does wrong in the marriage; you wouldn’t be hurt, and doing anything to keep him. Women suffer because they think the man loves them during the dating period, because they felt good. Men don’t have love to give. Stop looking for it. Seek the Kingdom of God and He’ll add everything.
She’ll naturally become a “Proverbs 31” woman
12:03 A man reads the Proverbs 31 woman quote. Jesse says: Once she returns to her natural self, she’ll be that type of woman.
Men are thinking about the “S-word,” ladies
12:04 Jesse continues: Men don’t love women. Men are thinking about the “S-word” first — the three-letter word. They don’t love you for your intellect.
What caused men to become pathetic: A “lesbian relationship”
12:06 A man asks: What caused men to become pathetic? It’s from failure/lack of fathers, and taking on the mindset and emotions of a woman by becoming angry. It’s a “lesbian relationship” when the man is weak — a “man” arguing with a woman. Anger is not love. It’s evil, it’s hatred. They’re almost giving away pot, because you can’t take the world.
Being guided by what is right
12:09 A young woman asks a question, and Jesse talks about being guided by what is right. She talks about that she used to want a husband. She noticed things fell away once she committed to prayer, away from her imagined desires.
There is no love in families
12:11 Women should only want the Kingdom of God. Jesse tells a young lady who asks: Where does that leave love in families then? There is no love in families.
The word “simp”; More warning for the ladies
12:14 Jesse talks with a young man who also asks if he’s heard the word “simp.” Jesse warns the ladies again about men wanting the “s-e-x” thing.
God is trying to create love. Love conquers all.
More on keeping the mind with the body
12:16 The young man (who speaks softly) talks about keeping the mind with the body.
JLP: The real you is perfect
12:18 Jesse encourages people to stay with it. It’s amazing we can spend a whole lifetime in darkness, and make up excuses: “I’m just human. Nobody’s perfect.” God made us in his spirit. You are not your vices. The real you is not afraid, wants for nothing.
Story: A setup in buying a house
12:20 Jesse continues, telling a story of a man looking for a house. A realtor showed him a house, and others came in to see. A beautiful “neighbor” woman came by. The realtor pressured him, saying others also want it. The man saw the realtor, the lady, and other people who visited the house all together in a cafe — they’d talked about setting him up. Once he realized he’d been had, he knew he wasn’t going to buy the house. He was able to walk away from the house.
When you see your mind is not your friend, you can walk away from it.
12:24 A man asks more about keeping the mind with the body. Remember: A 13-year-old boy said it’s boring. Can you be too aware? No such thing. You’re either aware or you’re not.
God loves us. Dumb to listen to thoughts/emotions
12:26 Another man notes: Most people don’t have love.
12:28 God loves us. He’s not holding anything against us; He knows we’re not the ego. You need to come to know that about yourself, so you can stop judging yourself as well. God has defeated the Devil that made a home in us. There’s no reason to give in to the Devil, trying to get love, friendship, worry about money… Don’t claim the title of alcoholic anymore.
All have sinned. Why is one sinner afraid of the other sinner? Why worry what the next sinner thinks about you? People in that fallen state aren’t any good. It’s abnormal to listen to thoughts and emotions.
12:31 (Jesse interrupts Franky.) Jesse tells a brief story: A man tried to say one good thing about some woman. Let whatever happens happen. The Devil will talk to you.
Keep the mind with the body
12:32 Franky talks about seeing the ego of a man driving with loud music, and a woman in a short dress — but it’s his ego. A car cut him off, and he saw it coming.
12:33 Jesse encourages everyone to keep the mind with the body.
Believe nothing you hear, half what you see
12:34 Jesse asks a young woman about the story of the man who was set up in a house sale. The moral of the story is the way the mind sets us up. Don’t believe anything you hear, and only half of what you see.
Last word with people at church fellowship
12:35 Jesse talks with first-timers more. Relax in the irritation, he tells a man.
12:37 Alex speaks.
New BQ: Which is better, a life of certainty or uncertainty?
12:38 Which would you rather have: A life of certainty or uncertainty? Jesse asks his new Biblical Question in a couple of slightly different wordings.
Several people answer.
Your purpose will find you
12:46 James asks a question from chat about finding your purpose. Jesse says your purpose will find you.
Closing / Announcements: Women’s Forum!
12:48 BOND Women’s Forum first Thursday of the month, last one of the year, 7 PM at BOND in L.A.! Thanks, all!