Sin Makes You Fat

America is on a health kick, but maybe it should be on a God kick. Why? Because sin makes you fat. While it’s true overeating makes you fat, there is one thing that makes you fat spiritually which eventually makes you fat physically.

As a Personal Trainer, I’m pretty familiar with the roots of the health and wellness movement taking hold in America right now. I’ve been on more fad diets than I can remember and have tried more than my share of training protocols meant to jump-start fat-burning.

For years, I’ve fine-tuned my approach to fat-burning and staying lean year round by focusing on weight-lifting to build muscle, training circuits to burn fat and intermittent fasting to keep my metabolism high.

I’m also a big believer in metabolic typing and have figured out that I’m a carb type who needs a higher carb intake than most to function well. Making these changes to my diet and lifestyle have helped me to feel better than I’ve ever felt, but I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the importance of what the Lord has shown me about health.

The issue comes down to the fact that we’re spirit, soul, and body, but since most of us only take care of our bodies, we run into a lot of problems we wouldn’t have to ordinarily deal with if we took a truly holistic approach to our health. For starters, we need to be more intentional about making time for God, so he reveals to us how to stay pleasing to him. Once we do that, everything else will follow. Here’s a general protocol concerning spiritual and soul-health, which I’ve found to be critically important.


  • Every time we sin, we allow demons to effect is negatively or otherwise influence us. This causes our spirit and soul to become weak.

  • When our spirit and soul are weak, it affects our overall state of well-being. It even causes our bodies to function improperly (metabolism slows down, hormone levels decline, insulin levels increase etc.)

  • Demons can even create what are known as ‘soul wounds’ on specific parts of the body, or organs, the symptoms of which are not unlike the physical symptoms.

  • Soul wounds should be healed after heart-felt repentance and taking yourself through the self deliverance process. This is done by asking the Lord for healing in specific areas of your body and then receiving the healing by faith (see Demon-Off! Self Deliverance System).

  • Remaining in a healthy state spiritually and soul-wise requires being without sin, repentant and in the Lord’s will at all times.

 The ‘Repentance Protocol’ above, when adhered to, will keep your spirit and soul in a healthy state. You will find that you sleep better, lose weight faster, and feel more energetic by following it.

But there’s another facet to our spiritual health that must not be overlooked having to do with the actual food we put into our bodies. A lot of nutrition plans will have you eating ‘clean foods’ like slow carbs, good fats or lean proteins, but what I’ve discovered is that the food you eat isn’t necessarily as important as you giving thanks to God for it. In other words, sometimes, white carbs and sugary foods won’t necessarily harm you if you give thanks to God for them and pray that God blesses it to your body (although I’m not giving you any guarantees). Overeating will always cause you to gain weight.


  1. Thank God for giving you the food you have to eat.

  2. Pray, asking God to bless the food to your body in Jesus’ name.

  3. Eat the food.

The discoveries the Holy Spirit has allowed me to make regarding the effect of prayer on food and the healing of soul wounds on the body are the result of my own studies using nutritional response therapy (NRT) to test food and its affect on the body, spiritually. By following the recommendations I’ve just given you, I’ve been able to achieve a greater level of health than ever before. I hope you put it to good use to help you to lose weight, feel great and draw closer to God.

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Sin Makes You Fat was last modified: June 4th, 2015 by The Eternal Planner

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  • Abe

    The Bible doesn’t say that everytime we sin, a demon attaches to us. If it’s not in the Bible, then it is not true. We should avoid sin, but not every instance of sin causes a demon to attach to a person.

    • Hey Abe, thanks for the comment. A lot of people don’t want to believe that sin allows demonic attachment, but it’s true and it is in scripture if you know how to look for it. Here are some verses: “looking diligently lest any man fail of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness spring up to trouble you, and thereby many be defiled (Hebrews 12:15), Regard not them that have familiar spirits, neither seek after wizards, to be defiled by them: I am the LORD your God (Leviticus 19:31). The Bible uses the term ‘defiled’ to talk about demonic attachments in certain passages. Also, many of the Christians who say we don’t get demonic attachments when we sin are usually the same Christians who oppose the idea that we can lose our salvation. The fact is, the Bible is very clear about our need to be holy and set apart and how we need to ‘run this race,’ ‘not letting anyone steal our crown,’ and that we wrestle against spiritual wickedness in high places (Ephesians 6). Do you really think demons will not take the opportunity to influence you away from God when the opportunity comes (a.k.a when you sin)? Also, it’s been my experience that we do get defiled when we sin and read my site to get a number of examples of this. But don’t believe me. Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal it to you.