Need help exchanging “whispers with God”?

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Christendom’s premiere Emergent organization, Catalyst, is urging women to “exchange whispers with God” on its new Catalyst smartphone app, via featured teacher Lysa Terkeurst:

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Lysa TerKeurst of Proverbs 31 Ministries

Who is Lysa? She is someone we’ve warned about, and you should mark and avoid. (see, “Leaving Lysa: Why You Shouldn’t Be Following Lysa TerKeurst or Proverbs 31 Ministries”.)

The idea of God “whispering” is sweeping evangelical churches around the world, replacing God’s Word with some mighty imaginative yet unscriptural experiences.

Catalyst is anything but an innocent conference venue for young people. It is an indoctrination tool into mysticism and the leftist social justice “gospel” which is really no Gospel at all.

Recall that last year thousands of young Christian leaders got a front-row seat to the mystical practice called Centering Prayer, at the Catalyst Leadership Conference in Dallas. (Yes, that’s the same Centering Prayer Rick Warren shared with his pastoral followers, but quickly yanked from his Pastor’s Toolbox.)

Last fall the big C invited emergents Andy Stanley, Louie Giglio, Christine Caine and Erwin McManus to headline the Awaken the Wonder conference, telling youth, “Our acts of creation should bridge the gap between what is and what could be.”

This same group that promotes Oprah Winfrey’s SOUL PANCAKE by teaching Christian leadership principles via non-Christian actor Rainn Wilson (Dwight Shrute of The Office).

3 Responses to Need help exchanging “whispers with God”?

  1. Darrel December 14, 2015 at 11:43 am #

    There is a very good reason why this garbage is “sweeping evangelical churches around the world” and that is because the vast majority of “church” members do not know God, or more importantly, God does not know them. They refuse to sit down and carefully read/study the Word of God alone in their closet. They are content with their weekly roofie supplied to them by their hireling “pastor” as he proclaims to them that all is well with their soul as long as they obey the pastor and elders, give their money and allegiance to the fraud “church” they belong to and do not make waves. The Word of God is a sharp two-edged sword and does it’s prescribed work on the elect, even while he is yet ‘in his sins’ (Heb. 4:12). These fraud “church members” run far and fast from the Word of God for this very reason. While the real members of the Church run to the (written) Word of God and not just accept it’s piercing examination of themselves, but INVITE the Lord to do just that: examine them (Psa. 139:23 & 24, and many other verses).

    For those who chase after this no-so-new trend be aware that many of those who teach this heresy have long ago crossed the line when it comes to committing blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. The Lord Jesus Christ IS the Word of God (John 1:1) and the written Word was given to man by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit (2 Peter 1:20 & 21). To remove anything from the written Word by changing it to fit current appetites, or deleting portions that do not conform to one’s fantasy doctrines (Arminians are famous for this) or any other method of alteration pushes the limits of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. Likewise, adding to the written Word is just as sinful and is the foundation of today’s nonsense. By adding to the Word one is stating that what God has given us before today is insufficient (for anything) and must be added to in order for us to “relate” to God. This is part of the big lie (2 Thess. 2:11) and the strong delusion promised to those (from the written Word) who would rather continue to rebel against God than repent. Rev. 22:18 &19 also play a big part in this, for the fate of those who delete or add to the Word of God is already sealed—-please note there is no forgiveness for these sins mentioned.

  2. Lafe December 15, 2015 at 2:14 pm #

    People of God: Wise up! Quit following every inanity that shows itself to be hip or cool or in fashion with the world. This current nonsense is pure gibberish and people who know the Word of God should not be acting like neophytes and sucking this gunk up into their spirit. Examine all things….test all things….If you do so you will find that these religious shamans are feeding you a lot of vain philosophy under the guise of being the Word of God. Before you know it, you will be engaged in witchcraft for seeking answers other than those found in the Word of God or exalting speakers and their shrill speeches in the place of the Word of God.
    Exchanging whispers with God! What a bucket of malarkey! God is not doing a whispering campaign with anyone. The Word of God is the voice of God and it does not whisper.
    We have all of these itching ears guillible folks wanting to hear strange things and things that make them wobble or their knees shaky and they then want to call it the Spirit of God moving over them!
    Wrong! You are deceiving others and being deceived. Wake up and read the Word of God for yourself and pray and ask the Holy Spirit is this of God?
    The answer is a resounding No!

  3. Susan Duggan September 22, 2016 at 2:10 pm #

    I recently came across this when our Reformed church sang (for the first time) “Good, Good Father,” containing the lines, “I’ve heard the tender whisper of love in the dead of night And you tell me that you’re pleased…”

    The “whispers” bothered me, but then I got thinking, “Is God ever pleased with us?”
    Still haven’t found a good answer to that.

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