Darian Roberts spent 20 years involved in a life of just about every filthy sin one could possibly imagine including addiction to various substances, sexual practices and illegal activities; Furthermore, her extensive involvement in the occult and witchcraft gave way to deep depression, isolation and anxiety for many years before FINALLY waking up to the truth.
Since those trying and abusive years that impacted not only her, but friends, family and professional relationships, she has received a Bachelor's Degree in Healthcare Administration with a minor in Psychology, a Master's Degree in Business Administration and is now a devoted journalist and author for various platforms to expose the very lies about the New Age that once held her soul captive.
Her mission is not to preach, but to educate others who are falling for the same deception so they too might find the true prince of peace and begin to heal. Darian is the farthest thing from a chalk line walking, church crafted, stigmatized Religious person, but she is a hardcore defender of God's word and holds Jesus Christ as the ONLY savior, only son and the only way to freedom!
She has hurt many people throughout her trials which she readily admits were her own fault and shares in the struggles and sufferings of the addicted, the abused, the abandoned, the lost and the forgotten.
You are not alone. She wasn't the best mother, daughter, sister, wife or friend and admits she must die to self daily to continue her transformation. God is not done with her, and he is certainly not done with you!
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The Coming Global Religion By: Darian Roberts
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Modern Day Quackery in Jesus' Name (Unedited) By: Darian Roberts
The world is searching for answers, purpose, meaning, identity, healing and wholeness through more filth and deceptive spiritual concepts than ever before; thus, becoming big business for anyone to enter the market. In other words, the business of Pseudoscience and New Age Healing is unreliable, unregulated and flat out dangerous for people with good intentions and real problems/diseases they need proven and effective treatments for.
Energy healers promote a convoluted labyrinth of junk science, drug induced hallucinations and altered states of Consciousness, complete with light beings, blessings from the Archangels and channeled alien saviors (demons) they claim to get their power from. Thanks to ad nauseam marketing on Social Media, the old Witches' Brew of Mystical Kool-Aid tastes worse than ever to those of us with discernment.
Not surprising, they've resorted to their usual grasping at straws routine of trying to connect the Bible and Jesus to further capitalize on their divination. Let's see how easily this house of cards is dismantled when actual experts and facts are stacked on top of it.
Mysticism, Miracles and Mind Control?
We have all seen the rapid increase in New Age practices, gadgets, media and a new Christ Consciousness Guru being heavily pushed everywhere we look nowadays. From Magic Spoon Cereal and Enlightened Ice Cream to Gaia online Yoga Classes and Mindfulness meditation, advertisers are conditioning the world to accept the Antichrist. You can't even log on to the internet or watch YouTube without being bombarded with non-stop ads from opposing religions on Christian channels.
The persistent mind control and predictive programming is NOT because people need to wake up as New Agers so blindly put it, whilst being in a coma of utter delusion themselves; It's rather the new paradigm of brainwashing, conscience searing and demonic oppression disguised as love for the end times. Ironically enough, the Bible they discredit, predicted exactly this.
Naturally, it's a multi billion dollar industry that millions of people are capitalizing on by misleading others, or being abused by it themselves. No other time in history, excluding the days of the children of Israel, have we witnessed so much self help, self absorbtion, self centeredness, self love and self worship at such an elevated and narcissistic level, all done in the name of God and Love. Which God?
The "Man is God" crowd has convinced people that there's no sin, to follow the footsteps of the Satanist, Allister Crowley and "Do as thou wilt."
That includes brainwashing themselves to believe their own lies. The problem is, these techniques and products only produce minimal results in a tiny percentage of people. Like a drug, they're designed to keep you running back for more and dishing out money. These things become obsessions, not cures.
If the devil can convince people the Bible is not the word of God, not the truth and open to blind interpretation, he can get them to look to things against the bible for answers and that's exactly what is happening. The Bible says people perish for a lack of knowledge, and I highly doubt God needs other sources found in the Occult to provide that knowledge, but Satan is doing a bang up job convincing us the Bible is not the authority. Maybe it's not to some people, but they certainly do use it when it's convenient.
No Actual Experience Required
Rather than professionals with certifications and degrees from Accredited Universities that must adhere to The Board of Regents, among others, for course requirements, scrutiny and responsibility, we have the usual suspects touting their useless weekly, and even weekend certification courses, spewing their Metaphysical quackery through info-bombing, pseudoscientific
woo and outlandish retreats costing thousands of dollars to attend.
These grossly misrepresented 'educational' and 'healing' retreats also have zero medical experts on board nor are they a basis for treating any illness or disease. Most people go into the New Age with a sound mind and are told to lose it; that's exactly what happens! They can't hear the Holy Spirit or feel conviction about their actions because they're trained by Antichrist religious principles to silence that voice!
There are documented reports by former New Agers of illicit sex acts with multiple people, teachers brainwashing students into sex with them, psychosis, seizures, hallucinations, injuries and even suicide following the advice and attendance of many of these retreats. I witnessed many of these first hand during my years in the occult and things haven't changed.
Meet The Players
David Wilcock confessed in print to being mentally unstable and this would explain his fraudulent claims of channeling Ra and various Aliens in an attempt to gain more New Age followers that support his efforts through monetary means. He pushes the already Debunked Alien Agenda a bit too far, but that's to be expected, as it's our next big delusion and distraction from God and Government collusion.
He follows in the footsteps of David Icke with lectures and books that go on forever with info- bombing and smoke and mirrors antics. He also claims to be the incarnate of Edgar Cayce and has thousands of gullible subjects convinced that the imaginary evil cabal they created just can't seem to silence him and his partner in crime, Corey Goode from exposing their dirty secrets.
He was also a major player, along with his imaginary friend Qanon, in convincing tons of New Agers they would ascend into lala land back in 2012, but of course everyone had to create another ridiculous reason why that didn't happen, and it never will.
Teal Swan was accused of severe mental illness and allegedly, two of her followers committed suicide after receiving her counseling. She explains these allegations in detail on her YouTube channel. She also suffered through years of abandonment issues and satanic ritual abuse as a child. The most horrific confession involved her being forced to have sex with a corpse and being placed inside an actual corpse like it was a costume. Several close friends have exposed many more of her mental health problems and accused her of stealing other people's work from her library of books, passing it off as her own ideas. She rarely ever cites her sources.
Gary Young (Young Living Essential Oils) was supposedly in a horrific accident he cured with fasting and his essential oils, yet there's absolutely no record of it. Sounds awfully familiar, like a New Age Doctor who cured himself with his own made up miracle. Gary Young was arrested NUMEROUS times for fraud, giving medical advice without a license and performing water births, one of which resulted in the death of his own child.
He also flat out lied about his college education and was exposed for having nothing but a high school Diploma. NUMEROUS FDA warnings were also ignored on his part and despite his claims of his oils being the fountain of youth and cures for cancer, he died at a rather young age.
Joe Dispensa is nothing more than a glorified Chiropractor masquerading as a Neuroscientist and this is proven, sources say. In A Critique of Joe Dispensa, Morten Tolboll assertains with evidence, that Joe Dispensa doesn't have the qualifications of a Neuroscientist, being an M.D. or PhD is required for clinical work, as is passing the Medical License Examination to treat patients. In addition, Neuroscientists study a vast area of pharmaceuticals, their functions and their effects/counter effects on the brain. "Joe Dispensa is New Age from beginning to end complete with manipulating titles and pseudoscientific descriptions," says Tolboll. Furthermore, Joe Dispensa is a follower of Ramtha's School of Enlightenment that claims to get their teachings from a 35,000 year old being called Ramtha the Enlightened One (Tolboll, 2012).
Anthony Williams (The Medical Medium) claims he talks to spirits about medical care he gives to his clients. He has absolutely no medical qualifications or license; however, he has this to say about himself: "Born with the unique ability to concerse with a high-level spirit who provides him with accurate health information that's often far ahead of its time." Sounds awfully familiar and of course, he doesn't hold Jesus as savior.
Sadly, Kate Gallager Leong doesn't share those same feelings about William's so called gifts. After paying 300 dollars for a phone call meant to produce at least some options for her special needs son, Gavin, the unthinkable happened- Her son died shortly after that call. Williams reportedly told Leong she had passed on the Epstein Barr Virus in utero as blaming the victim is classic New Age prose. He prescribed some vitamins and a charcoal detoxifyier, but 48 days later her son was dead and she was left thinking it was her fault. She should have consulted a professional.
Progression or Regression?
Promises of healing and advancement spiritually are claimed, when very little progress actually occurs; In fact, after the temporary calming and euphoria wear off, being confused, exhausted, anxious, regressing mentally, psychosis, sleep deprivation, and thoughts of suicide are reported more by people in the occult than ever before.
These so called experts get rich selling things that are no more effective or entertaining than sea- monkeys or pet rocks, yet crystals, magnetic earth mats, guided meditation videos, grounding shoes, chakra balancing techniques, hypnotherapists, reiki healers, yoga instructors and psychics are raking in the dough, even when they're not alive!
As if ripping people off wasn't enough, these placebo comparable trinkets and treatments mostly stem from Eastern Religions, Witchcraft and the Occult overall; therefore, there is an idol or spirit attached to them, which is counterprodictive for anyone trying to get healing from the Holy Spirit. It's classic 'hamster on a wheel' control. The more these sick people run back for healing and answers, the sicker they become because of the spirits their bodies have allowed in every time.
Consider the Source
Secret knowledge from ancient mysteries seems to be the biggest buzz phrase in the Mystic circles, but what kind of knowledge, and where are they getting these so called top secrets that make their transparent egos feel so special? Let's get into that...
-YouTube videos by random people with zero credentials or proof of their claims, hoping the use of the words Quantum and Consciousness will have thousands of naive subjects salivate over unproven, unsubstantiated idiocy. It is indeed working.
-Channeled material, supposedly from dead celebrities, ascended masters angels and so called spiritual space brothers (ALL demonic) here to help save the planet by manipulating DNA and making our carbon cells Crystalline so we can ascend to a 5th Dimension timeline, which according to physicists, doesn't even exist outside of Mathematics.
-False claims and spiritual counseling from people like Joe Dispensa, Gary Young and the Medical Medium, NONE of which are actually qualified to be mixing religion with medical treatments, but use fake credentials and the art of bamboozling to promote a spiritual correlation.
- Sermons from people like Alan Watts, Edcar Cayce, David Willcox, David Icke, Cory Goode, Kryon, Bashar, Qanon and thousands of other New Age Adherents who claim to channel, or get their ideas from others who channel Greek and Egyptian Gods (Demons) like Ra, THOTH and Zeus, as well as famous celebrities.
Finally, my absolute favorite- people claiming insider information from the infamous machine elves after a psychedelic journey through time whilst on DMT, which they conveniently named the Spirit Molecule.
Yes Folks, those are the trusted sources and unsubstantiated woo today's so called spiritual healers worship. All of these people believe in reincarnation and various other Hindu and Buddhist concepts. If your faith is against those things, why would you even consider these people for your healing? Why would you let them counsel you, teach your children, or support what they're promoting? You're essentially putting your mind and soul in their hands, not just your body. Might want to seek a second opinion, preferably from the word of God.
Antichrist Religions Behind New Age Healing
Reiki- Reiki relies on energy and spirit guides (demons) to operate. It uses Ki energy and Japanese symbols much like the Hindus rely on Prana. New Agers believe energy and God are one in the same, but that's a New Age source, not the monotheistic God of the Bible. God is not energy in Christianity. Former Reiki Masters have documented that calling on demons is initiation into Reiki and renouncing them is the only way to escape. There's no way to receive or perform Reiki without opening yourself up to the demonic realm. No scientific evidence supports healing with Reiki.
Hypnotherapy- Emptying the mind is the goal of hypnosis and allows the power of suggestion from the hypnotherapist. Much like transcendental meditation, this is not something Christians are advised to partake in. There's a heavy emphasis on past lives which stems from the Antichrist belief in reincarnation. Once your mind is empty, spirits can fill it with anything they want because you gave them permission. If there is no danger in hypnosis, why is there a need for protection prayers, much like Reiki, channeling and mediums? No scientific evidence supports healing with hypnosis.
Crystals- Crystals might as well be grains of cat litter for all they accomplish, which is absolutely nothing except a placebo effect. Again, we see the suggestion of energy supposedly flowing through the crystal to cure different ailments, but this is not proven. This is a spiritual belief, not a medical or scientific one. Studies have actually been conducted to show people given rocks have the same results if under the delusion they were holding a crystal. Wicca and Witchcraft rely heavily on crystals. No scientific evidence supports healing with crystals.
Earthing/Grounding- More so called energy transfer with no scientific evidence. Mats and shoes are sold to supposedly aid in the absorption of minerals and energy. Although walking barefoot can relax a person and soak up a few things, the energy being worshipped is an antichrist and pantheistic belief, not a medical or biblical one. Wicca, Witchcraft and several other Antichrist religions practice grounding. No scientific evidence supports healing with grounding.
Yoga- Hindu origin which means to yoke with Hindu Gods. Stretching is not the same thing, and Yoga was never supposed to be classified as exercise. It is designed specifically to prepare the body for entry into the spiritual realm and is Goddess worship of Shakti, Kundalini. You cannot practice yoga without worshipping Hindu idols by default because each pose is a form of worship. No scientific evidence supports healing with Yoga. Stretching, yes.
Eastern Meditation- Hindu and Buddhist practice again, though most all Antichrist religions practice it. Used to empty the mind and awaken the Kundalini, Serpent Spirit. No scientific evidence supports healing with Meditation.
Mindfulness- Emptying the mind, opening yourself up to the spirit realm. Repeated mantras and guides are sometimes used. Practiced in most antichrist religions. No scientific evidence supports healing with Mindfulness.
Aromatherapy and Essential Oils- Aromatherapy first originated in the early 1900s when Rene Maurice Gattefosse invented the term from curiosity of how essential oils could benefit wounds. It relies on various scents from anything like incense, candles and potpourri to perfumes which the Greeks believed their Gods had special knowledge of. No scientific evidence supports healing with Aromatherapy.
Very few oils are backed by experts for healing anything more than wounds with the exception of CBD oil. Essential oils are big business with little benefit, much like crystals.
Magnetic Therapy- Placebo effect, just like grounding; observed in Paganism, Pantheism, Wicca and Witchcraft, but most any religion might observe. No scientific evidence supports healing with Magnetic Therapy.
The Smoking Gun
Peer reviewed journals, accurate data, and valid studies from verifiable sources are used for a reason; To give way for verifiable, fact based methodology, not speculation from people with a mentality that resorts to relativism as the go to when the proof of their claims just isn't there.
New Agers misrepresent and use the verse below as the basis for all self worship and occult practices. The only problem is, they don't know the Bible well enough to discern what it actually says.
Now, having been questioned by the Pharisees as to when the Kingdom of God was coming, He answered them and said "The Kingdom of God is not coming with signs to be observed; nor will they say, 'Look, here it is!' Or, 'There it it is!' For behold, the Kingdom of God is in your midst (Luke 17:21-21)."
The phrase "The Kingdom of God is within you," means AMONG you, within your grasp, it's a choice to accept or reject; therefore, the Kingdom is within your reach as children of God granted freewill to choose and accept Jesus Christ as savior. Jesus was addressing his enemies, just finished defending his reputation and was giving an account for how the kingdom of God would manifest through his people. He was not telling unrepentant hypocrites they were Gods! It looks absurd just reading it, much less actually trying to pass off such ridiculous heresy as gospel.
He was trying to illustrate that the power and choice to repent and turn to the Kingdom of God who was IN Jesus Christ was right in front of them. The CHOICE to see the truth of Jesus Christ standing before them was within them, not divinity without him!
First, salvation is a free gift that cannot be earned through works; It most definitely cannot manifest through works practiced in Antichrist religions like New Agers want you to believe. Jesus never said a thing about spiritual progress within humans that exclude the Holy Spirit.
There is no inner wisdom waiting for discovery, as they love obsessing over. Jesus said "when the Holy Spirit comes upon you, he will guide you into all truth." Absolutely nothing is said about doing occult practices to attain knowledge or eternal life being granted just because we were born! The power of the Holy Spirit is in charge of our progress and sanctification, not us. We are simply given the power of choice through freewill.
Mystics and New Agers latch on to one small phrase, concept, hypothesis or theory and desperately try to connect these things with divinity. They've done the same with String Theory, The Double Slit Test and the notion of right and left brain hemispheres having a correlation with intelligence, creativity or their favorite word, Consciousness. ALL of these suggestions were debunked by Physicists and Scientists and have nothing to do with some unified field related to spirituality.
Next, if Witchcraft, Hindu and Buddhist concepts such as Enlightenment, and Kundalini Awakening were of grave significance to entering the Kingdom of God, the Bible would have certainly mentioned them flat out and true believers would have the discernment to see these things as necessary. Alas, they're not mentioned anywhere in the Bible with regards to progress, because they are considered occult and divination practiced by every Antichrist Religion, including Satanism. The only mention of such things is labeled an ABOMINATION by God.
Make up your own mind and use discernment regarding these people and the Antichrist concepts they promote- Are they really to advance your mind and soul, or to distort and control them? Are they really designed to heal you, or simply make you feel better to keep you coming back for more brain altering tactics? Is love the real motivation, or is it really just a smokescreen to hide the real agenda? Do they really worship the same God as you do, and if so, why do they discredit his son every chance they get?
Thousands of former New Agers have already answered these questions simply by repenting of the deception they promoted and choosing to run towards Jesus for salvation. If New Age Mysticism was really about the same God that Christians worship, why are so many people finding Jesus AFTER leaving these cults?
I rest my case.
The Secret Truth Behind the Law of Attraction (Unedited)
By: Darian Roberts
By now, most everyone from 9 to 90 has heard about Rhonda Byrne's best selling book, The Secret, an introduction and somewhat How To Guide on navigating The Law of Attraction to attain anything from a promotion at work to a million dollar mansion, a perfect body, even your dream companion, simply by believing it.
The phrases We create our own reality, Speak things into existence, The Universe will provide, Raise your Vibration and Think Positive, have been used ad nauseam across social media platforms, more specifically, within entrepreneurial sectors, spiritual circles, and made famous by the most popular motivational speakers. They have set the stage for the biggest MLM Pyramid in decades, and have done serious damage to the true gospel message.
Does it work? Oh, it works alright... it works for those selling you the so called secrets to the Universe and then showing you how rich your money is making them, all the while claiming this is what God wants; Not the God of the Bible, of course.
If this sounds an awful like what many Word of Faith and Prosperity preachers are peddling in the Church and on Christian Television today, that's because it is- only they use Jesus to perpetuate it. So, what's the problem, you might ask? If the majority of so called Christians and Pastors are supporting this, it must be biblical, right?
The Law of Attraction is a gateway into antichrist propaganda based on a false belief that God is nothing more than an energy source designed to foster greed, indulgence and self idolatry, while sowing and reaping is innocent, natural humble and obedient; it glorifies the God of the Bible through selfless giving with the understanding of a harvest, but without the emphasis on only the reward.
In order to compare and contrast the two principles, we must first take a look at the origins and religions they stem from; furthermore, we must also test the spirits against scripture, as anything claiming to be biblical cannot contradict the very text it is supposed to represent. By the end of this article, you will undoubtedly conclude that the Law of Attraction is not only incompatible with the Bible, but it is in direct opposition and denies Jesus as Lord, to boot.
You should also be able to extrapolate how Word of Faith and Prosperity preachers have been taught a Christianized version of an occult belief, and realize this is how such heretical theology made its way into the church.
The Law of Attraction, in and of itself, is believed to be a Universal Law always at work, much like the biblical principle of sowing and reaping; however, the devil is in the details. LOA relies on the Hindu principles of Karma, while the other relies strictly on the authority of God. In order to observe Karma, you must also believe in reincarnation which clearly contradicts the biblical truth that a man only lives one life and goes to heaven or hell after physical death.
In the last 20 years, The New Thought movement, responsible for pushing the Law of Attraction like no other, has gained notoriety in most every sector, including the Church. Phineas Quimby began teaching LOA for healing purposes in the 19th century, and like 90 percent of New Thought/New Age beliefs, it is heavily rooted in Pseudoscience and the Occult. In fact, the famous occultist, mother of Theosophy and The New Age Movement, Helena Blavatski, used the term in one of her books as early as 1877.
Fast forward to 1937, and Napoleon Hill released his best selling book, Think and Grow Rich, which still has New Agers and self help gurus frothing at the mouth with every recommendation. Finally, in 1984, the late Louise Hay of Hay House Publishing, released her best selling book, You Can Heal Your Life. She went on to make Hay House one of the top publishing companies for just about every New Age subject including Occult magick and channeled material. It still remains one of the first to crank out books on everything spiritual, except the Bible of course.
Let's stop right here and ask ourselves, if these people and the concepts they promote even remotely reflect the selfless, sacrificial theme of biblical sowing and reaping? Do they highlight and honor the character of God and his son, Jesus Christ? Do they regard sin as the primary separation from God, and by default, affirm his promises are for his children? No? Then, why would we believe what they're selling is of God?
Fact is, LOA and the New Thought heresy elevates man above God by using pride to shift his focus off God, and onto himself, his own abilities, and his own selfish gain. That's because this concept actually believes man IS already God through a Pantheistic ideology. It fosters greed, lust of the eyes, obsession with materialism and self idolatry, dismissing any need for a sovereign diety to accomplish his will above our own.
It's no surprise the Law of Attraction has roots in Hinduism, Transcendentalism and every other 'ism' that believes we create our own reality through mind over matter, as this has become the theme of the self indulgent generation we see today. Incidentally, I suppose it is in the Bible by default. Afterall, pride and idolatry of self are the ultimate driving force behind the Law of Attraction. So it's biblical, alright, only it's forbidden.
"But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self control, brutal, not lovers of the truth, treacherous, rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God- having a form of Godliness but denying its power. Have nothing to do with such people (2 Timothy 2-12)."
Visualization, Meditation and Affirmations
Another important aspect to consider when comparing the Law of Attraction to biblical sowing and reaping are the areas of practice required to manifest this reality they claim can be yours. Once again, we see meditation listed, along with affirmations and visualization, but where do these concepts come from and are they biblical? Surely, if the Law of Attraction is the same thing as biblical sowing and reaping, the practices behind it would also be the same.
Not even close!
Biblical meditation is pondering the word of God and meditating on that word. It is honoring and pleasing to him, does not puff up with pride and does not in any way substantiate the claim that man can do all things simply by thinking about what he wants and seeing it manifest. In fact, this is Eastern meditation and is observed in most Antichrist religions, not in Christianity.
It is SELF focused, empties the mind, and is not God ordained. It also allows other spirits to take the lead and grant your every desire; oh yes, Satan aka the Universal Christ, will give you what you want when you are serving him, and that's exactly who you are serving when the focus is on yourself 24/7.
Visualization and Affirmations became quite popular in Universities and business communites, as they are heavily used to promote goal setting, bonus points, deadlines, financial projections etc. They will often use vision boards in these techniques, because seeing an actual picture helps to get that image ingrained in our minds. When used with the proper intent, visualization is simply a tool to set goals, knowing God still has supreme advantage, but that is the opposite of what the Law of Attraction suggests.
There's also an innocence to this type of daydreaming in childhood where we visualize the house, car, wedding or dream job we want, but the Law of Attraction is literally promoting obsession with how much you have to focus on the things in order to get them. That leads to the 24/7 affirmations about how awesome YOU are and how the Universe, not God, can't wait to bless you. The Law of Attraction literally consumes every ounce of energy you have by guilting you into doing nothing but focusing on your own desires nonstop, never once considering God's will might be different. In fact, any thoughts of that would be considered negative, and must be dismissed or they could halt your progress in manifestation.
Furthermore, if you somehow fail at getting anything you want, LOA says it's your fault! That's right, the train you caught on the way to work, your fault! Depression, your fault! Your mate cheats on you, your fault! Your child gets cancer, your fault! Granted, some things in life are a direct result of our ignorance and irresponsibility, but to suggest that the antichrist belief of Karma is always the culprit, elevates man to God's level and essentially says he can't override our mistakes.
Sound anything like the Bible where God says by grace alone we are called, through Christ alone we are saved so that no man should boast? What about the part where God says he loves a cheerful giver? The Law of Attraction leaves the giving part out, I'm afraid, and that is the cornerstone of biblical sowing and reaping. You sow seeds into the lives of others FIRST, then you reap a harvest back in your life in the way God sees fit, in his timing, not in yours. We give begrudgingly with the understanding that God loves and rewards our obedience, but not with the sole intent to name our price as to what we receive back.
As with all self serving ideologies, The Law of Attraction represents the exact opposite of what the Bible stands for, and twists the scriptures to make you think it confirms it. Even the church jumped on the prosperity bandwagon in some sectors, so it's not surprising people believe these are sound teachings.
Most people are familiar with a certain brand of TV preachers known as Word of Faith and Prosperity Proponents. These are the ones that usually sound more like motivational speakers than pastors, and are not hurting in the lavish lifestyle department. You will recognize a common theme in their theology that is unbiblical, and for some, outright heretical.
They are an easy jump out of the New Age, because they sound almost just like them, but add "In Jesus' Name" to the end of their selfish requests. Just because we put the name of Jesus at the end of a request, doesn't mean it's his will, nor will it be granted just because we do that. It's not a magical incantation, it's not a spell. No, that's Witchcraft! God's promises are for those who are obedient and follow him, not to those who deny his righteousness.
Due to the theology passed down by people like Kenneth Hagin and Oral Roberts, a new breed of preacher was formed; one that is more focused on what God can do for you, instead of what you were born to do for God. This is how so many New Age/New Thought ideas crept into the church, and are being passed off as the gospel, when they are nothing but repackaged Mysticism.
Let's take a look at some common misrepresentations of scripture prominent in not only the New Thought/New Age, but in the Church as well...
"Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth (3 John 2)."
This scripture alone has probably created more misconceptions concerning wealth and healing than any other, but it's so simple to unpack if we take the time to consider context. This is not a theological statement! It's not even a teaching statement, much less a proclamation regarding God's blessings. It's a typical greeting to a letter! In essence, the message of this passage could read "I hope you don't get killed out there," because missionaries were being jailed and persecuted for preaching the gospel and that's exactly who this letter was addressing. It is in no way suggesting that God owes us wealth and bodily healing, even though he has the power to grant those things. This letter was not addressing us!
"As it is written, I have made thee a father of many nations,) before him whom he believed, even God, who quickeneth the dead, and calleth those things which be not as though they were (Romans 4:17 KJV)."
The above passage is the go to scripture for manifesting or creating our own reality, more specifically, the name it, claim it heresy. Once again, we see the context was twisted to suit our selfish desires and make ourselves more powerful than we are. According to their false doctrine and their Mystical Messiah, we can speak health, wealth and healing into our lives by having faith in the power of our words, and God will snap his fingers to grant our requests.
See how they twisted one little thing? It's not God that's the one who has the power and authority to decide what things are called into existence; it's us, leaving him out! This passage is not about the power of a man's words calling in what he wanted; it's about the promise God had already made in this particular instance, and was following through with his word. He never made us such a promise.
"Verily verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father (John 14:12 KJV)."
This passage is another that has caused some serious confusion over miracles, both in the church, and in occult sectors as well. We must know the character of God, and we must also reference the theme of the Bible. It's not about us!! Jesus was addressing the disciples right before he was betrayed by Judas, and spoke of having to leave them, i.e. his crucifixion. When he spoke of the greater works the disciples would do after he spent time with the father, he was referencing the Holy Spirit being sent to do these works through the people, not the people having the ability on their own. In the church, they seem to leave that out, and in occult sectors it is simply impossible to do the works of Jesus by seeking power from things like witchcraft that deny Jesus is God.
A little twist of this scripture makes man all powerful on his own, and leaves God out again.
"For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith (Mark 11:23 KJV)."
"And Jesus said unto them, Because of your unbelief: for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you (Mathew 17:20, KJV)."
These passages can get even the most devout believers into trouble sometimes, because they both appeal to our pride. In simplest terms, they are saying IF there was ever a way to have the same faith Jesus had in God while in our fleshly bodies, we could probably move mountains. That's IF it was God's will for us to move a mountain and his power was working through us, not simply moving them because we already have the power or gained it from Antichrist religions. Do keep in mind, Satan has the authority to give us the kingdoms of the world; he offered them to Jesus in the wilderness because they are his to offer, but they come with a price.
Unfortunately, we will never get to the point of having the kind of faith Jesus had, because even the smallest of sins affects our faith. We will never be 100 percent free from sin while on earth, which is why Jesus died in the first place. Of course, those peddling their false doctrine, always leave this out.
"Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them (Mark 11:24)."
Prosperity Teachers will try to convince people that this passage is once again all about us, and if we believe enough, we can have anything we want. Would you give your 4 year old the keys to a car because he believed you would? Would you let him live alone in NYC? Would you hand him a million dollars and cut him loose to buy anything? Of course not, so a little common sense is needed to determine that's also not what God would do, or what this verse means.
If we begin and end every passage about blessings with "According to God's will," we will save ourselves a lot of misunderstandings. The Bible is about Jesus and God's will; it's not about us! Like any loving father, God wants to bless his children, but with every blessing comes an instruction for us to be obedient.
That's why it's nonsensical to even suggest that people denying who Jesus is somehow have the authority to use his name. Only an heir can take advantage of that right, which is why so many people resort to getting their blessings from Satan. They want the goods, but they refuse to be obedient. They want to worship themselves more than God, and still expect to reap the rewards he has reserved only for the body of Christ. Freewill...
1. The Law of Attraction and Word of Faith preachers put man in control by his works and belief in his own abilities, not God. That's the opposite of what the bible says. The bible says Jesus is our source, not ourselves, and in due time we will reap a harvest if we faint not. It doesn't say we will reap a harvest through obsessing and idolizing the things we desire more than we desire God.
2. 100 percent blames man if what he wants doesn't manifest; it's either lack of faith from the prosperity perspective or you're not at the right frequency to receive from the New Thought proponents. Not biblical, God would never blame us for things beyond our control. It's also a catch 22 to instill guilt and fear into us nonstop from worrying about what we call in.
3. The Law of attraction doesn't honor God; it honors the universe as a pantheistic source energy. It is creation worship, self worship and worse, denying Jesus Christ is the one on the throne. Sowing and reaping are natural laws, but the Law of attraction says you must manipulate those laws and spend 24/7 calling in what YOU WANT, NOT WHAT GOD WANTS! That's idolatry and nowhere near biblical.
4. The Law of attraction requires occult practices to carry out which God labeled an ABOMINATION! Not biblical! Eastern meditation, affirmations and visualization about yourself and what you want, are not in any way honoring to God. Again, we see nothing but selfish, self focused idolatry that removes God from the equation and replaces him with a source energy as sovereign.
5. Biblical sowing and reaping is not out of selfishness, but sacrifice. We don't give to get. Law of Attraction and prosperity teaching are self serving, which requires us to literally obsess about what we need to call in. Biblical sowing requires none of that, only faith that in due time God will reward our generosity in HIS way, not how we choose.
6. The Law of Attraction is activated by the Universe, and relies on KARMA! The Universe is not God; Karma is a belief from Eastern religions and all other antichrist religions. You also have to believe in reincarnation to believe in Karma. Not biblical. God cannot honor what he already dismissed and labeled an ABOMINATION.
The Universe responds to the pseudoscientifical theory of vibration, frequency and cause and effect; God only responds to FAITH IN HIM! God doesn't owe us anything and he is not obligated to give us something just because we want it. The Universe will, because it has no feelings. It's an impersonal source that doesn't know the best course of action for each of us like a loving father.
7. Finally, the people pushing Word of Faith teaching and the Law of Attraction ultimately try to move God's hand and go over his head to get what they want. They insist if you do this, you will get that. Time and again, we have proven that's just not the case, and man is still in bondage because of our fleshly desires.
False teachers more than suggest that we are to call in the things we desire; they outright say it's God's command, but they leave out the most crucial element...
"Seek ye FIRST the Kingdom of God and his righteousness and all of these things shall be added unto thee (Mathew 6:33, KJV)."
The concepts exposed in this article are not only unbiblical, they are downright blasphemous! If you're following the heretical theology discussed in this article, the answer is clear. You have in fact made yourself the God of this world, and Satan already holds that title, I'm afraid. Search your hearts, brothers and sisters, for the time is at hand. Who will you serve, man or God?
"Thou shalt not have any other Gods before me."
That includes yourself, the very tactic Satan used in the garden still fools the so called wise men of today.
Ask yourself if you are truly seeking God's face or just his hand? Are you trying to manifest everything you want in life first, then adding God to your plan as if it was his idea? Are you manipulating and forcing situations to benefit you, never considering it may not be the will of God for your life? Who is really in first place, God or yourself?