An in-depth analysis of one of Thomas Chisholm's greatest works, written in 1925. Chisholm originally wrote the lyrics to Great Is Thy Faithfulness as a poem, which he included in a letter of encouragement to his friend, William Runyan.
A new reality TV series now airs on Oxygen titled Preachers of L.A. Some may see this is a great step forward to getting the gospel out to the world, “If the gospel can air on secular television, it must be a good thing!”
All it takes is a quick glance around the average Christian book store to see that the daily devotional, Jesus Calling, by Sarah Young is one of the bestselling books making its way around Christendom today.
In our western society, a majority of people would likely classify themselves as Christians. Yet if we were to examine many of their lives, we would be hard pressed to find any dramatic difference between the way they talk, dress, behave, and think and the way the rest of the world talks, dresses, behaves, and thinks.
The leader of the apostate Catholic Church Pope Francis boldly denied the exclusivity of Christ, stating that even atheists in complete rejection of biblical truth can be saved by performing good works.
By way of the new age movement, a more subtle form of eastern mysticism has crept into the church under the guise of “Christian Yoga.” However, this activity is more than just a mystical, spiritual practice; it is completely rooted in the pagan religion of Hinduism itself.
This article will draw attention to what is fast becoming one of the most wide-spread practices in church and ministry circles today; a practice that appears Biblical, but is nothing more than mysticism on display. This practice is known as lectio divina.