With Jesus Always
This web site brings out some of the problems
with Jesus Always. This book is the sequel to Sarah Young's first book,
Go to the run from Jesus Always
There are two categories of problems with Jesus Always:
1) It presents a "Jesus" who not only does not understand
scripture, but he flat out teaches things that are not Christian and lead
people away from salvation. That's a serious charge, and one that takes more than
a single web page to prove. Please read through the articles on this web site,
but to get the information you need please get a copy of "Should I RUN
From Jesus Always?"
2) Jesus Always is not Christian,
it is a gateway to New Age practices and teaching. What does "gateway"
As a gateway, Jesus Always teaches the reader the foundational
practices of New Age spirituality, without explaining what they are or taking
the reader all the way to full New Age practices. It gets the reader comfortable
with, and believing that these practices are Biblical when, in fact, they are
not found anywhere in scripture.
of the foundational beliefs of New Age is that god is within us, and the god within
us will speak to us to guide us in our lives. However, he speaks with a still,
small voice, so we need to quiet ourselves so that we can hear his voice. This
is called practicing the Presence (notice that the "P" is capitalized.)
That is a major problem with Jesus Always, it promotes a New Age understanding
of Presence (capital "P"), as it continually urges you to come into
and be in "My Presence." ("My" refers to Jesus.)
come into the Presence you need to relax, be quiet, forget about the past and
future (be in the now), and quiet (silence) your thoughts so you can feel the
Presence. Typical methods for quieting your thoughts include short repetitive
prayers, breath prayers, and keeping your thoughts on the present moment (present
moment awareness). You'll see these, and other New Age beliefs and practices,
taught throughout Jesus Always.
So please read the articles on this
web site. Use the "Jesus Always" and "Web Exclusive" menus
above for articles directly about the Jesus Always devotion. You'll also
find good information about New Age beliefs (revealing things you probably didn't
know) on the "New Age" menu.
Also, please get a copy of "Should
I RUN From Jesus Always?" You might also consider getting a copy of "RUN!
It's Jesus Calling" which provides a look at Sarah Young's other major
devotional. It has some additional perspectives.
Take a look through the
table of contents of "Sarah Young's Jesus Always Devotion EXPOSED!"
(click here) online.