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Emergent Watch is dedicated to exposing the errors and the dangers within the “Emerging Church” movement. We stand on, and for The Word of God as revealed in the Holy Bible.

The real danger is that the occultic practice of contemplative prayer is being brought into bible-based evangelical churches, church schools and church bookstores, under various guises as a form of “prayer”, etc., The emerging/ contemplative infection is spreading like wildfire and devouring denominations and independent churches as well.

Other dangerous streams of false teachings – stemming from elevating experiential Christianity above God’s Word – And the conversion of churches from biblical teaching and evangelism into “purpose-driven” social justice outreaches – These all appear to now be joining the emergent stream.

Contemplative prayer and similar so-called “spiritual disciplines” have come from ecumenical “inter-faith” exchanges between practitioners of eastern occultic meditative traditions and Catholic mystics. It should not be surprising that it’s practice acclimates the individual towards these spiritual views.

Contemplative prayer is one of the most dangerous practices ever to enter the church. The occultic influence of contemplative “prayer”  is devastating the hearts and minds of Christians, causing many to fall away  – infusing them with a New Age panenthistic and ecumenical worldview. Meanwhile, Christians are being diverted into joining with the world in various social outreaches –  instead of sharing the Gospel, which alone can save souls.

By the grace of God Emergent Watch will continue to expose the lies and sound the alarm. Let us “Have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them!” – Ephesians 5:10-11

“Now the Spirit expressly says that in latter times some will depart from the faith, giving heed to deceiving spirits and doctrines of demons…” – 1 Timothy 4:1

“The coming of the lawless one is according to the working of Satan, with all power, signs, and lying wonders, and with all unrighteous deception among those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this reason God will send them strong delusion, that they should believe the lie!” – 2 Thessalonians 2:9-11

“Therefore let us not sleep, as others do, but let us watch and be sober… Test all things and hold fast what is good!”  –   1 Thessalonians 5:6&21

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5 thoughts on “About

  1. Vigilantee

    Thank you for your ministry!!!

    I’m adding you to my discernment website list that I email all around to advertise and warn.
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  2. Scott Gross

    Just trying to get some background on you. Prior Calvary?
    My belief is there is no such thing as too much discernment. Too little can be fatal.

    1. Yea Scott, I was pretty much raised a New Age hippie. I practiced yoga, mantras, etc. and had the “it’s all good” mentality. I’m so glad The Lord, through his Word and His Spirit pulled me out and showed me the truth. Forever grateful to Christ Jesus and His finished Work on the Cross!

    1. OK Mick: Contemplative prayer was developed by Catholic monks in ecumenical fraternization with Buddhist & Hindu monks. The “Christianized” versions are nothing more than repackaged Eastern OCCULTIC meditation. It is an attempt to divine the “voice of God” apart from genuine biblical revelation. As such, it is factually a type of DIVINATION, which is completely forbidden in the bible, because it is engagement with seducing, deceiving spirits. These demonic spirits will eagerly masquerade as the “voice of God”, or whatever is necessary to deceive and ultimately destroy.
      > The fact that you had to ask this question, leads me to question whether you know God’s Word – The Bible, and whether you know The True Christ Jesus of scripture personally. If you don’t – I beg you to consider what God says in the bible about His sacrifice for our sin – about His Savior Jesus Christ! For more info on contemplative prayer, see:

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