You’ll want to remember how certain esteemed Christian leaders introduced the evangelical community to contemplative prayer (CP), also referred to as centering prayer, breath prayer, meditation and listening prayer. Why is this important to remember? For the reason that CP is steeped in Roman Catholic mysticism and is highly unbiblical. Yet Christian celebs such as Richard Foster […]
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Mindfulness! Heard of It? What does it mean, and where is it showing up in Christian circles?
For those who have never heard of “mindfulness,” it is a Buddhist meditation practice that’s emphasized in Zen Buddhism. Many professing Christians are involved in this pagan practice and shouldn’t be. The following is from Lighthouse Trails. According to researcher and author Ray Yungen: In recent years, a type of meditation known as mindfulness has made […]
Praising God Through it All
My Word Like Fire informs us that Lighthouse Trails is offering a booklet by Warren B. Smith entitled “Praising God Through it All.” Topics include: Hymns of praise to Him…Who Praises God…Why Do We Praise God…How Do We Praise God…Where Do We Praise God…When Do We Praise God… “Our praise unto God is our acknowledgment of everything […]
In Case You Still Aren’t Sure About The Shack and Its Author . . .
In case you still aren’t sure about William Paul Young and his book The Shack—in case you still have some doubts as to whether Young is really of a New Age/New Spirituality persuasion—in case after reading articles at Lighthouse Trails revealing Young’s anti-biblical views on atonement and the Cross—and in case after reading Warren […]
False Revival Coming? Part 1: HOLY LAUGHTER OR STRONG DELUSION
The following pamphlet is a new;y released pamphlet by Lighthouse Trails Publishing, written by Warren B. Smith, and reposted here with permission from both. You may order these booklets for $1.95 each from Lighthouse Trails by clicking this link. Lighthouse Trails Editors Note: Today there is much talk in the church about revival. Some […]