Star Wars – Pantheism repackaged for this generation?

 

Pantheism repackaged for this generation?

     “Satan has long been preparing for his final effort to deceive the world. The foundation of his work was laid by the assurance given to Eve in Eden, “Ye shall not surely die . . .” for  “in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened (enlightened), and ye shall be as gods, knowing* (able to discern for yourselves) both good and evil.” [Genesis 3:4, 5.]

Little by little he has prepared the way for his master-piece of deception in the development of Spiritualism. He has not yet reached the full accomplishment of his designs; but it will be reached in the last remnant of time !

Says the prophet: “I saw three unclean spirits like frogs (tongues, words, messages) . . . they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them together to the battle of that great day of God Almighty.”    Revelation 16:13-14  and  Revelation 19:17-21.

Except those who are kept by the power of God* (ref: I Thessalonians 2:13), through faith in His Word, the whole world will be swept into the ranks of this delusion [spiritualism, pantheism]. The people are fast being lulled to a fatal security, to be awakened only by the outpouring of the wrath of God !”

ref: Revelation 15:1 through 16:21
– The Great Controversy 1888, p.561

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Questions on Music ?

hymns 2Comparing Hymns and Contemporary Worship Songs

As most of you know, I believe wholeheartedly that a healthy church chooses congregational songs with theologically rich text and well-crafted, singable music. This is part one of a three part discussion on some of the differences between hymnody and contemporary worship songs.

The Problem

     Protestant denominations have been singing people since the days of the Reformation. Their hymns represented the mettle and fortitude they displayed in breaking away from the religious establishment (Roman Catholic church), and forging ahead in their new faith traditions. The American versions of these faith traditions initially carried on the mantle of hymnody, with much content being shared between denominational lines. In many churches today, hymns and hymnals remain, either as a vital piece of corporate worship practices or as a sentimental nod to the past.

In other churches, including churches in most if not all major denominations, there has been a decided shift . . . .
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