Contemplative Prayer, Is It Biblical? Video

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Is It Really Prayer!

New Age In the Church

Many Christians and mainline churches are doing this Hindu and New Age Practice without realizing it. Contemplative Spirituality is really a practice of Transcendental Meditation. This practice make a person focus on themselves and not on Christ. It places them in an altered state of consciousness where demonic suggestion can take place.

A twisting of scripture of being still:

Pastor Larry De Bruyn describes the phrase this way:

“Be still” (Hebrew, rapah) is used 46 times in the Old Testament with meanings everywhere from describing laziness to ordering relaxation. Though the majority of versions translate the injunction “Be still”, other meanings are “Cease striving ” (NASB), “Be quiet” (NCV), “Desist” (Young’s), or “Calm down” (CEV). In no biblical usage or context does the Hebrew verb enjoin God’s people to meditate or contemplate. Rather, believers are to rest and trust in God.

God has given us a written revelation, and God’s laws and words are acclaimed throughout the Bible, such as Psalm 119, which extols God’s word as a treasure and lamp. In Is. 40:8, we learn, “The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God stands forever,” and Jesus declares to the Father in Jn. 17:17, “Your word is truth.”

God gave a commandment to Joshua to not meditate without the Word of God. Joshua 1:8
New Life Version (NLV)

8 This book of the Law must not leave your mouth. Think about it day and night, so you may be careful to do all that is written in it. Then all will go well with you. You will receive many good things.

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