The Mystical New Age Roots Of “Jesus Calling” Revisited

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After receiving so many emails about my article on “women pastors” asking about the book referenced in the article; I decided to republish an article I wrote on “Jesus Calling” over two years ago.

The Mystical New Age Roots of “Jesus Calling”

We have been searching for a Bible based church. For a long time, my husband and I have been worshiping from home; watching pastors and preachers whom we have come to trust and love via Youtube. We do miss fellowship and we are aware that God wants us to be in fellowship with other believers.

For the last two Sundays we visited a Baptist church. This church ordains women as pastors. The head pastor is a man. We do not believe that the Word of God supports women being pastors.

Knowing that we will probably not find a church where we agree on every point, we know that…

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Nabeel Qureshi (1983-2017)

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Nabeel Qureshi (1983-2017)

TGC reports:

On Saturday, September 16, 2017, Nabeel Qureshi, age 34, entered into the joy of his master, Jesus Christ, after enduring a yearlong battle with cancer.

Islam Was All

Nabeel was born in California as a U.S. citizen to Pakistani immigrants who fled religious persecution at the hands of fellow Muslims. His parents were devout members of the peaceful Ahmadi sect of Islam, which differs from orthodox Islam on some minor doctrines but shares with it a belief in the six articles of faith

  • belief in tawheed [absolute monotheism]
  • belief in the prophets
  • belief in the books
  • belief in the unseen
  • belief in the day of judgment
  • belief in the decree of Allah

and holds to the five pillars of the faith

  • reciting the shahada (witness of faith)
  • praying the salaat (ritual prayer)
  • paying the zakaat (alms)
  • fasting
  • performing hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca).

Nabeel’s family was the most loving…

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Times of the Gentiles

Luke 21:24  And they shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led away captive into all nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled.

Maybe I’m stating what everyone else already knows or has seen, but something just hit me when I read the verse stated above.  When Jerusalem is no longer split and is under control of the Israelis, the “time of the Gentiles” will literally be over.  The time of the Gentiles indicating the time that the Lord will be saving the Gentiles, but when that time is over, it will then be the time of the Jews.

Is this correct?  Or am I misinterpreting it?  I would truly like to hear any thoughts on it from other Christians.