Cindy Trimm is highly accomplished in life as a leader and businesswoman. She’s also known for her powerful atomic prayers and electric teaching messages in Christianity circles. Cindy Trimm also has a school of ministry. Nonetheless, can her Biblical doctrine be trusted, and is it sound?
Lauren London sat down with Angie Martinez some months back to discuss her relationship with God and life after Nipsey Hustle. Since I’m a Christian with a relationship with God, I found Lauren London’s interview eye-opening as Lauren mentioned God several times throughout the conversation. I wasn’t clear on what god she’s referring to, but these videos are great teaching moments to help us to share the gospel with people we encounter daily.
Born-again Christian Mary J. Blige recently made some very disturbing statements that went way too far. Mary J. Blige recently set down with journalist Angie Martinez on the Angie Martinez show. Mary J. Blige often uses “God” in her talks and songs; she’s done so over the years. If you listened to her for any time, you’d be led to think she’s on the up-and-up and has a connection with God. She credits her relationship with Jesus for helping her to kick an addiction to substance abuse about 2-decades ago.
Astrology isn’t for you, please don’t fall for their trickery. Dabbling in astrology and zodiac symbolism and horoscopes is a dangerous game. You can’t dabble in the zodiac symbolism and come away from it unscathed.
Before you came to know Christ, you may have dabbled innocently with zodiac signs or gotten heavily ingrained. When Christ makes you a new creation (in Him), you must learn to renew your mind and remove the remnants of the teachings contrary to your life in Him (Romans 12:1-2). Regardless of where you fall on the spectrum, it’s spiritually hazardous to tangle with zodiac charts and symbolism. Read more
The law of attraction and manifesting is prevalent among Christians. The law of attraction crept into modern churches and Christian media outlets decades ago, and many babes and seasoned saints are unaware of the deception. The occult practice of this attraction and mind science is tied heavily through the popular documentary—The Secret.
In this Era of hustle culture, entrepreneurship, and technological innovation, it’s easy to get swept away into the wrong ideology. Popular business books, sales seminars, and life coaches use these rituals and teach them to the masses.
Manifesting goals through vision boards by professing Christians is quite popular. Vision board parties are widespread within Christian women’s groups and churches. Writing goals and planning for them is also exciting. But the question is, should Christians use vision boards to accomplish goals?
I want to be clear that I am all for putting goals in writing and having a plan to accomplish them. A faith-filled and hopeful outlook about life is essential to the Christian walk. Additionally, prioritizing the best use of the time and space God placed us in is superior, as the days are evil (Eph 5:16, James 4:14). Nonetheless, the problem comes about when our goals don’t align with God’s will and purposes. We must evaluate the methods and paths we partake in to bring about the vision.
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