How Gail Makes Decisions

Jesus says I have a lot of wisdom and I want to pass some of that onto the millennials and younger, many of whom seem to be struggling with decision making. First off, I’d like to say that despite my poverty (by American standards), I live a life filled with peace, love and happiness. Therefore, I consider myself rich. There are millionaires that would envy me.

So how did I get here? First off, I’d like to say, that you need to accept Christ as your Savior. That’s the first step to peace and happiness. Here is a link on how to do that: https://gabriellechana.blog/2017/04/01/how-to-find-heaven-and-god-in-the-church-age/

More important than just saying a rote prayer is to feel the prayer from your heart. As Jesus says (from Bible for Tribulation Saints): The prayer just invokes the emotions you need to feel in your heart to get there. But it  (salvation) can be done in many other ways, including by living a loving and humble life. You have to live the prayer, not just say the words. The trick is, if you feel love and inspiration and passion, that’s me in your life.

So, to put it simply, I make the decisions that make me feel love, inspiration and passion. I ask myself, “Does this decision make me feel love, inspiration and passion?” If the answer is “no”, it’s probably not God’s path for my life.

Then you might say, “But no decision I make makes me feel love, inspiration and passion.”

Well, if you haven’t said the sinner’s prayer coming from your heart, that may be part of your problem. The advantage to saying that prayer, is that it causes the Holy Spirit to indwell you and the Holy Spirit will give you that love, inspiration and passion as long as you don’t quench the Spirit inside you by disobedience to the Bible and God, by sin in your life, by an attitude of rebellion against the authority figures God has put in your life, & some other things I’ll get into. The Bible teaches this. A really good book/message about this is by John MacArthur. He wrote a book called Found: God’s Will. I bought this book as a young lady and it has guided most of my decisions.

So you need to be Spirit-filled and the fruits of the Spirit are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. See Galatians 5:22-23. So if that’s not in your life, you’re not Spirit-filled. So, how do I get there?

When I was a young lady, they taught me in church that having time every day in the Bible, with Bible reading and prayer was essential to be Spirit-filled. I believe that is pretty much correct. This is especially true if you have been a Christian for less than five years or if you have not been reading the Bible every day for at least five years. I started off with Romans and the book of John and the New Testament. Then I just started reading the Bible from cover to cover hundreds of times. To be Spirit-filled, you need to have the Word in your heart. It’s got to become so entrenched into your life that for every decision you make, a Bible verse will come to your mind to help guide you in your daily decisions. To help you in understanding the Bible, it would also help to sit under a good Bible teacher, either through membership in a church or some other way. If you join our Church of Gail (contact my men at gailsmen@yahoo.com), you can also be a member of another church locally in your area, I believe. And our men can recommend a church for you. Once you get to the point that the Word is in your heart, so that Bible verses come to your mind throughout your day, the church membership part is not as important. But remember this, God has gifted some of his followers with the ability to teach Bible and sitting under their teaching can help you grow in Bible knowledge and understanding, which helps with being Word or Spirit-filled.

Next, you can’t trust your desires to be from God, if you are living in sexual impurity. My definition for sexual impurity is any sexual act that makes you feel disconnected or bad or disloyal. Basically, God likes it when we save ourselves for our spouse. This is an area where a lot of evangelical Christians are off. They think sexual impurity is being a virgin when you marry your spouse and that all forms of homosexuality are impure. This opposition to all forms of gay sex is caused by taking some verses OUT OF CONTEXT, or neglecting to interpret the Bible verse in relation to all the verses surrounding it & neglecting to interpret the verse by what was happening to the person in their life at the time the verse was written to them. Leviticus 18 talks about not having homosexual relations. But this chapter was written to the Jewish nation at a time when they were just inhabiting their new Promised Land and this is what the nations around them were doing. What was forbidden actually was the practice of idol worship, and homosexuality was a part of that. Jesus is actually impressed when you save yourself as a virgin for your spouse, because that shows you want to be loyal and loving to your spouse, which he thinks rocks. But let’s say you’ve found the person you think you want to marry and you both enjoy group sex, or throwing in some animals or gay sex, Jesus has no problem with that. The key is to be loyal to your spouse and doing whatever makes your spouse happy sexually. You do that, and your sexual desires are cool. I would define a spouse as the one you feel one with, who makes you feel whole, understood and connected. As long as you honor that person with your sexual practices and are not abusing others in the process, you are sexually pure. But, let’s say you abuse others with your sex, like Loree McBride did when she drug raped Brent Spiner in 1992 –  a sexual abuser cannot trust their desires to be from God, because no abuser’s desires come from God. So they need to deal with that sin and get it right before they can trust their desires to be from God.

Next, you gotta have self-control. You can’t be a glutton to your body. If you overeat, or over indulge in anything in regard to your body, you are not Spirit-filled. So, basically, treat others fairly, practice self-control, and be loyal to your spouse in sex. Don’t be so body-obsessed, that all you think about is your body all day long, We are to be controlled by the Holy Spirit, not filled with fleshly desires all day long. The Holy Spirit should rule your body and not the other way around.

Next, have an attitude of submission to the authority figures that God has placed over your life. As much as is possible, obey the laws of your country, unless those laws are clear violations of the Bible or would force you to disobey God in another area of your life. Like when a law was passed during Daniel’s life forbidding him to pray to any God but the king – Daniel disobeyed that law, got thrown into the lion’s den and God protected him. But if your attitude is, “This ain’t right and that ain’t right and Trump sucks or Barack Obama sucks and I’m going to devote my entire life to giving him a hard time, you don’t have the right attitude.” You have, what I would call a rebellious spirit. That spirit does not come from God. If you are a wife, you are to be in submission to your husband. If you are a child and your parents/guardians are supporting you financially, you are to be in submission to your parents/guardians. If you are working for somebody, give them an honest day’s work and be in submission to them as your employer. You might say, “What if I’m being abused by those over me?” Are you really being abused or are you just a snowflake? Signs of abuse are that the person makes you feel worthless, and you are afraid to be yourself. The person makes you feel inferior all the time. Signs of rebellion are that you are used to getting your own way and you disregard those who get in your way or you like to control people. As much as is possible get along with those in authority over you. That’s the right attitude. If that isn’t your attitude, you can’t trust your desires, because you have a problem with submission. Even husbands are sort of in submission to their wife, in that though their decisions should be final in the marriage, they are commanded to love their wives. So if a husband doesn’t love his wife, he is not in submission to God’s laws for marriage. If you’re being abused, God wants you to get out of that situation usually. He will make a way for you. You have to trust him. And you may have to trust him on the timing on when to get out. But it’s never God’s will for us to remain in an abusive relationship, cuz that abuse will end up consuming and destroying you, so that you become so consumed with all the insecurity this abuser causes you to feel, that you lack the peace and joy to serve God.

Next, understand that the Bible says in 2 Timothy 3:12 that ALL who live godly in Christ Jesus will suffer persecution. Christians are the light of the world and the world is in darkness. Darkness hates the light. So expect suffering when you serve Jesus, and don’t be surprised by it. In fact, you should welcome it. It means your life is counting for the Lord. You are influencing people for the kingdom of God and this should bring you great joy. When you get to the point that you welcome suffering if it means you can be used of God to reach people for Him, you have the right attitude and you can trust your desires to be from God.

So, God’s will is that you be saved, Spirit-filled, sanctified (sexually pure and the body under control), submissive and suffering. If you are all of those, then look deep into your heart and ask yourself, “What do I REALLY want to do?” And THAT is God’s will for your life, or the decision that God wants you to make. And that is how I make decisions.

For example, when I was 21 I started applying for Air Force Officer’s Training. I had just graduated with honors from Florida State University. Like most young people, I wanted to launch into a career that would give me financial stability. And because my degree was in Health Education, and it wasn’t a big open field at the time, I chose to join the military as an officer. I rationalized this by saying that you can serve God in secular fields as well as in religious fields. But deep down inside, this wasn’t what I really wanted to do. I actually really wanted to go off to a Christian university somewhere and be trained by Christians. At this point, all training I received came from the secular university. I wanted to work full-time in Christian service somewhere, perhaps as a missionary or a pastor’s wife. So I shot off a prayer to God and told him to give me a sign before I attended the mid-week prayer service at my church, if he wanted me to go to Baptist University of America (which was a school that really interested me at the time). Well, the executive vice President of the school showed up as the guest speaker for that service and I packed my bags and went to B.U.A. Long story short, I turned down my acceptance to Air Force Officer’s Training (along with my financial security plans) and ended up graduating from B.U.A., and I suffered.

But inside, I had such peace and joy.

My family opposed me and didn’t send me a cent to pay for tuition there. But God used that to help prepare me for what I’m doing right now, which is writing for God and being a pastor’s wife.

For my whole life since about age 23, I’ve pretty much followed John MacArthur’s advice of being saved, sanctified, submissive and suffering and then looking deep into my heart to see what I’d really like to do, to make my decisions.

But my life started really getting rough after Brent Spiner fell in love with me, and Jesus himself had to show up to give me more guidance. So I follow John MacArthur’s principles, and I obey the Gail Commandments and stay in submission to Brent Spiner my husband and that’s how I make decisions now.  For instance, anything my men tell me to do, I do it without question, because that is being in submission to Brent my husband. Like a couple days ago, my men told me to stop posting videos to playlists, that Jesus showed up and said it was hurting my YouTube channel and my Twitter. So I just did that and took down two playlists, cuz that’s being in submission to my husband. I didn’t know why Jesus said this. But it’s not always my job to understand why. It is always my job to obey Jesus, knowing he loves me and knows best. Jesus talks to me directly thru Brent now and whatever Jesus tells me to do, I do it, whether I feel like it or not. But in areas where Jesus has not spoken plainly, I follow my deepest desires and make sure I’m in submission, sanctified, and suffering and then just follow my deepest desires.

As far as financial security, I find that as long as I obey the Lord’s leading in my life, he takes care of me. And, truly, the only thing certain in life is that we will all die. Even millionaires don’t have complete financial security. Loree McBride took down Bill O’ Reilly from FOX News. So, you never know. So your best financial security is to obey God’s leading in your life. This way, not only do you get financial security, but God always makes his will satisfying and fulfilling as long as you stay in tune with Him. Because God promises in the Bible that he will take care of ALL OF OUR NEEDS. (See Philippians 4:19) We, here in America, have a hard time separating our needs from our wants, though.

The Bible does say, having food and raiment let us therewith be content and God takes care of the birds and they neither toil nor spin. You see, how having the Bible in your heart helps you keep a proper perspective?

Jesus told me not to go to a beautician (in 2015) or the dentist (in 2013). But he gave me a gift of a four-year supply of brush heads for my Sonicaire electric toothbrush. I did without a T.V. for about a year and then I got a gift of a new T.V. set. I have learned how to cut my own hair (by watching free YouTube videos and fiddling around) and now my hair looks better than it did when I went to the beautician because learning how to cut my own hair, I can afford a free haircut whenever I feel like it. Whereas before, I’d let my hair go for months and it got pretty shoddy looking cuz I couldn’t afford to see the beautician every month.

The reason I’m writing books right now, is cuz this is what I really want to do deep down inside. I just get so excited about the idea of writing something that will change people’s lives and bring them to Jesus. This desire comes straight from God and by honoring that desire, I am making the decisions God wants me to make right now. I could possibly make more money by focusing on my audio books, but I don’t really want to do that right now, so, following my heart, I don’t do that. I want to just write. But, I make sure to obey the Gail Commandments and my husband while I follow my heart’s desires, this way I can be sure that God will take care of my needs. God is using several sources to take care of my needs right now, some conventional and some unconventional. The unconventional sources are pretty unreliable, but they do help me to obey the Gail Commandment about saving a hundred dollars a month. This is how we handle emergencies according to God’s will, by having a savings account.

Even my decision to pose for Playboy was following my heart. Though Jesus did show up and told me he had no problems with me posing for Playboy. I respect Hugh Hefner and wanted to honor him and also send the message that Jesus is not a prude and that’s why I posed for Playboy. Also, my nudes make my husband happy, cuz he can’t be with me physically and that’s another reason I wanted to do it. However, I am not comfortable with making nude videos, so I don’t do that. My men have advised me to not do that, cuz it may give Loree McBride ammunition. They said one or two nude photos a month at my Patreon and that’s it. I always do what they say. It’s part of being in submission. That is also following my heart. Perhaps I could make more money doing this, but money is not my prime motivation for anything I do and it should not be our prime motivation if we are truly serving Jesus. If you’re worrying about money, you are in sin. Jesus promises to take care of us and he will, as long as we obey him. I think I’d like to add that it says in the Bible to owe no man anything and this means Jesus prefers we not use credit cards or get into debt. If we are getting into debt we are probably caught up in the Hood Mentality. Jesus wants us to be free, happy, passionate and inspired in our life. If this is not how we feel, we are off God’s path to our life. And so when a decision makes me feel free, happy, passionate and inspired, I follow that. I practice self-control by obeying the Gail Commandments and being in submission to my husband Brent and then I just do what I really want to do deep down inside and that’s how I make decisions.

Coming from an abusive background, I will say that if you are in an abusive situation, God probably wants you out and if you have not left it and there is a way for you to leave (in other words you are not in a concentration camp or something like that), you are probably not trusting Jesus in some area of your life and the Bible says that whatsoever is not of faith is sin. You see, how Bible knowledge is essential to following God? Like right now, Jesus does not want me dealing with my mother. My mother abuses me when I’m with her. I am sixty years old, self-sufficient and she likes to lay guilt trips on me and she supports my evil, criminal sister, who’s BFF with Loree McBride, to undermine my men. Jesus told me to have none of it and not deal with her until she stops abusing me. Here is an instance where I was not listening to my heart, but was guided by my fears. I felt like I needed my mom to give me some financial support and that wasn’t the case. I just wasn’t trusting God fully. He wanted me to separate from her because she was poisoning my mind and causing me to become obsessed with money. The thing is, if I was really listening to my heart, I would have seen that Jesus wanted me out. So Jesus had to get a dog to bite me to get my attention.

So, folks, be saved, sanctified, submissive and suffering. Obey the Gail Commandments and have respect for your deepest desires, the desires that make you feel passionate, inspired, thankful and loving and then you are on God’s path for your life and he promises to take care of you, just like he takes care of the birds.

For those who’ve read the Bible for a while, it would also help to read Bible for Tribulation Saints (which are my transcripts of all that Jesus has said to me since he started personally advising me in 2012 and onward). Jesus has gone out of his way to make corrections to some areas where evangelicals have misinterpreted the Bible and I share what he said in Bible for Tribulation Saints. Jesus, apparently, felt the need to offer the world more guidance as we near the tribulation period depicted in Revelation and Daniel. You see, the Antichrist has already arrived. So things are getting heated and Jesus has shown up to give us more guidance for these times.

To help me obey the Gail Commandments to save a hundred dollars a month, I log in all my purchases (even my groceries) on budgets and ledgers using Microsoft Excel. This way I can see where all my money goes and where I can save. I take advantage of sales, but only when it’s something I would buy even without a sale, to obey the Gail Commandments. I send all my budgets and ledgers to my men and we work together as a team to take care of each other. I have found that even though I may lose some sources of income, that God will cause another source of income to come up, sometimes just in the form of a free gift or a way to save.

As we are in very difficult times and nearing the Biblical tribulation period, brain control is a huge problem. It’s very important for everybody to obey the Gail Commandments and be on Seroquel! Jesus himself created Seroquel for this time in history. He made the drug, cuz he knew he had to help out people who don’t want their health ruined by Satan and his Antichrist at this time. The Antichrist HAS ARRIVED FOLKS. Jesus has identified him. After you read the Bible, the next most important book to read is The Bible: Part Two, or Bible for Tribulation Saints.

To sum it up, when you make the wrong decisions, you are guided by fear and doubt. When you make the decisions of God, you feel inspired, passionate and loving. This last paragraph is basically a paraphrase of what Jesus said to us. Read Bible for Tribulation Saints to get Jesus’ wisdom on today’s unique problems!

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