The Spirit-Level Of Scripture
A builder using a spirit-level
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Using The Bible To Test Everything
A builder uses a spirit level like the one here to check that the surfaces of things like walls and window sills are perfectly horizontal or true.
Did you know that satan has a better knowledge of the Bible than most Christians? He even used Scripture against Jesus during the temptations in the wilderness! One of satan's favourite tactics is to mix truth with error so we are confused as to whether what we are reading or hearing is true or not.
An Example Of The Need To Test Everything By The Word Of God
The following quote looks as if it is scriptural, but beware!
" Christ Jesus was waiting at a well in Samaria, while his disciples went to the city to buy some food, when a Samaritan woman came along and drew some water from the well. Christ asked her for a drink, whereupon she was very surprised, because Jews did not normally have anything to do with the Samaritans. Then Christ told her about the "Living Water". He said to her: "Whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him, shall never thirst, but the water that I shall give him, shall become in him a well of water, springing up to eternal life!" (Christ Jesus - John 4:13b-14)
The "Living Water" that Christ was talking about was what the Hindus call "Kundalini", which means, "coiled energy". Kundalini energy is what Christians call "the power of the Holy Ghost". This power of the Holy Ghost is located in the Sacrum Bone. The Greeks called it "sacrum" meaning "sacred". They obviously knew the secret knowledge of our inner being, which has been the sacrum's sacred secret! Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi has been revealing this secret knowledge of our inner being for the last 30 years or so, and this is what She said regarding the power of the Holy Ghost." - from an article entitled "THE HOLY SPIRIT AND KUNDALINI [LIVING WATER]
Q Is this statement as scripturally true as it makes out to be?
Q What is wrong with the above from a Christian point of view?