In this episode TruthSeekah speaks with Daniel Lovett of Sozo Radio about his experiences in the supernatural with Jesus. Many in christendom get scared when we mention terms and phrases like ESP or Clairvoyance, Clairaudience, Claircognizance and Clairsentience. Maybe because these terms aren’t actually in the Bible by these names but many Christian leaders within the prophetic ministry are teaching these techniques with more of a Biblical approach. The Bible is full of mysticism and ecstatic encounters with Jesus, Ghosts, Angels and Divine Beings and for Christians to deny this aspect of their faith is denying a part of the Godhead itself. Every faith likes to pretend that they own exclusivity to spiritual terms and ideas. They like to claim that their approach is the only way that things can be done yet this is not the case at all. Syncretism allows us to look at all religions and ideas and be able to see the similarities within the very fabric of the faiths and thus by doing this allows us to see that we are not so different after all. Spiritual gifts and psychic abilities is a perfect concept to bring to this discussion especially when we see Jesus and the disciples practicing the techniques listed above. As stated they didn’t use the same terms so the wording is a bit different. The Bible uses terms like Prophesy, Word of Wisdom, Word of Knowledge and Quickening just to name a few. The Bible even talks about going into trances and receiving visions from the spirit world. It also talks about out of body experiences and astral travel but uses terms like rapture or “being caught up”. The apostle paul even shares about an experience where he traveled to heaven. He states that the experiences was so beautiful and real that he did not know if he went there in the spirit as in “leaving his body” or if he was “translated” with his body and all. There are a lot more of the similarities between christianity and what is called “The New Age” that we could talk for hours… hence; The TruthSeekah Podcast.
The Mystical Side of Christianity | Daniel Lovett