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 Weekend thought

Bible Believers mount up

Too many Christians are getting involved in this extreme emotionalism. They are running with the false teachings because of the emotions at the base of the teachings. We as Christians are only to be moved by the Word of God and never by emotions. The world already have a perverted view of the Gospel and the media will make sure it continues. In the next clip we see CNN taking advantage of someone bringing shame to the Gospel in the name of Jesus.

Also here is a definition from Webster on the word mystical

1 a : having a spiritual meaning or reality that is neither apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence mystical food of the sacrament> b : involving or having the nature of an individual's direct subjective communion with God or ultimate reality mystical experience of the Inner Light>

Christians ask yourselves if you are basing your views on God on the mystical rather than by His Word. Here is the warning we can get from Webster. Anytime anyone says they experienced something, went to heaven, or are "in the Spirit" what they are stating may be soley based on emotions and not on the Spirit of God. Their experience is to be taken to the Word and verified. The same is true when someone has a word for you. Never ever move on a word from someone or a personal experience...we are only to be moved by the Word of God...someone has a word for you take it to your Bible. WE ARE ONLY TO BE MOVED BY THE BIBLE!! Nothing else will do b/c EVERYTHING ELSE IS SUBJECTIVE! I am not against moves or gifts of the Spirit, but I am against the emotionalism that pursues a movement of the Spirit, and may eventually take over. God forbid we go through life without ever physically feeling God, but God forbid we are moved by feeling before we are moved by His Word

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