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When Oprah calls on God, who is she invoking? What god does she worship? Let’s take a look at how Oprah claims her beliefs about God were formed
If you landed here first, go read Part 1 here
Most of this was researched and complied by Cynthia Pawl March 17, 2018
1st Corinthians 2:14-16 “But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.15 But he that is spiritual judgeth all things, yet he himself is judged of no man.16 For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he may instruct him? But we have the mind of Christ.”
Oprah Winfrey was born January 29, 1954 in Kosciusko, Mississippi. Originally, she lived there on a farm with her mother, Vernita, and her grandmother, Hattie Mae Lee. In later years, Vernita was unable to care for Oprah, and she went to live with her father, Vernon Winfrey, in Nashville. Interestingly, Oprah was supposed to have been named Orpah, after the daughter-in-law of Naomi as cited in Ruth 1:14. A misspelling of her name led to the name that has made her famous. She was raised in a Baptist church and developed her speaking ability in the context of the local congregation. As an adolescent, Oprah was sexually abused by male relatives, became sexually promiscuous, and gave birth to a baby boy, who later died. Source: Christian headlines
Oprah Winfrey Believes That God is Jealous of Her
Oprah Stated: “I will say I was one of those people who used to go to church every-I grew up, as I was sharing with the last caller, you know, in the South and so going to church every Sunday, Sunday School, Baptist Training Union, Wednesday night prayer service, the whole thing, choir, all of it.
And when I moved to Baltimore, I was in my 20s, and I remember sitting in a church, you know, one of those big churches where you have to get there at, you know, 6:30 in the morning to line up for 8 o’clock service, and the minister was preaching about-it was a really good preacher-and he was preaching about how God-“the Lord thy God was a jealous God and the Lord thy God would condemn us for whatever,” and I remember I-I had a spiritual aha!
There. And I was in my late 20s, and I suddenly thought, “How can this God who is all loving and all powerful, why would God be jealous of me?”
Note the specific point which caused her spiritual aha!; it was an utter misunderstanding of the Bible.
Joshua 24:19-20, “19 And Joshua said unto the people, Ye cannot serve the LORD: for he is an holy God; he is a jealous God; he will not forgive your transgressions nor your sins. 20 If ye forsake the LORD, and serve strange gods, then he will turn and do you hurt, and consume you, after that he hath done you good.” Source: True Free Thinker
So she has rejected her own misconception of God and replaced her misconception of God with an even more misconceived God also of her own making. She completely missed the truth of the word she was hearing, that god will not forgive your transgressions and sins if you forsake Him to serve OTHER GODS.
The ‘church of Oprah’ – What is it? Is Eckhart Tolle’s ‘A New Earth’ consistent with biblical Christianity?
As Oprah developed her current belief system, she has chosen to follow and promote certain “spiritual teachers/teachings. Let’s take a look at where her “wisdom” has lead her.
Oprah believes there are many, many ways to reach or connect with “what some call God.” She promoted Eckhart Tolle’s book ‘A New Earth on her Book Club, on her website, and in partnership with him on a weekly webcast. In the Spring of 2017 she produced a 10-part television show on Tolle and the book.
Tolle, a New Age author and speaker, promotes personal divinity. Though he sometimes quotes the Bible and refers to biblical principles, his view of Christianity is skewed, warped, heretical, and sometimes even blasphemous.
Tolle himself doesn’t align with any one religion but blends tenets of Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Sufism, Christianity and other faiths. … he misquotes Jesus, supports millions of years of evolution, supports flowers and crystals as manifestations of the Universal Consciousness, and lumps Jesus in with Buddha and others as special people. He supports Buddhism as truth, alongside Christianity, and writes of his support also of Gnosticism—an early heretical view of Jesus. He dismisses original sin as a forgetting of our connection with the Source, and describes heaven as an “inner realm of consciousness.”
The core of Tolle’s spiritual teaching is that each person can train themselves for salvation—heaven is simply a state of consciousness achieved through one’s own power and Jesus is nothing more than a spiritual master who taught people to look within themselves for spiritual release. This is akin to Satan’s original lie: “you will be like God” (Genesis 3:5).
This mashup of spiritual salad Tolle has concocted simply is not biblical and Oprah’s full-fledged support of his ideas is a mistake. The only thing their teaching offers is deception. Source: Compelling Truth
Oprah & Friends channel on XM Satellite Radio, which is offering Marianne Williamson’s presentation of A Course in Miracles (ACIM). The course was authored by research psychologist Helen Schucman (1909-1981). Dr. Schucman maintained that between 1965 and 1972, an “inner voice” (which she identified as Jesus) dictated the material to her, which she took down in shorthand and transcribed into what was eventually published as A Course in Miracles.
It is often described as “New Age Christianity,” a version which posits a Jesus who offers more love and forgiveness while wanting “less suffering, sacrifice, separation, and sacrament.” (Some have noted that the concepts contained in ACIM are primarily a hodgepodge of teachings from various world religions.) ACIM (and other similar courses) are available in the form of books, audio/videotapes, seminars, and workshops through the Foundation for Inner Peace (FIP) and through its related organization, the Foundation for A Course in Miracles (FACIM), which operates an academy and retreat center known as the Institute for Teaching and Inner Peace (ITIP).
Why is a Jewish Woman writing New Age books, and not about Judahism?
BTW, when I researched and wrote Hillary’s Witchcraft, this woman figured prominently as one of Hillary’s “Spiritual Advisors”!
Marianne Williamson was born to a Jewish family in Houston, Texas, in 1952. She is the youngest of three children of Samuel “Sam” Williamson, an immigration lawyer, and his homemaker wife, Sophie Ann (Kaplan). After graduating from Houston’s Bellaire High School, Williamson put in two years studying theater and philosophy at Pomona College in Claremont, California before dropping out in her Junior year and moving to New York City to pursue a career as a cabaret singer.
In 1979 Williamson returned to Houston, where she ran a metaphysical bookstore. In 1987 she helped found the Los Angeles Center for Living, a support facility for those with life-threatening illnesses. Two years later she began Project Angel Food, to deliver meals to AIDS patients. In 1990 Williamson had her only child, India Emmaline. She refuses to identify or discuss the father of her daughter, and instead chose to raise India alone as an “unwed Jewish mother.” Source: Wikipedia
New Age Mumbo Jumbo
When your energy vibrates at a frequency that is in direct alignment with what the universe has been attempting to deliver your entire life, you begin to live in the flow and true miracles start to happen. ~ Panache
Best Definition Of God That Oprah’s Ever Heard
First, what is the soul? In this clip, Desai reveals what he believes — and he even surprises Oprah. Next, what is God? Desai gives the best definition of God that Oprah’s ever heard. Later, he talks about how the beloved best-selling “Harry Potter” book series revolutionized his life. Desai’s observations may change the way you look at yourself and everyone around you. And when Oprah asks him if he has a greatest fear, he says, “No matter what happens [in life] it’s an act of grace. It’s an act of love.” Text Source
It should be noted if you do not already know, Harry Potter is based completely on Witchcraft, Wizardry, Spell Casting and Black Magic! Tell me where is the God of the Bible in any of that? Harry Potter articles here
These fools are living in a child’s fantasy world!
1st Corinthians 13:11 “When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.”
So, these are the folks with whom Oprah’s spirit resonates. The people who shaped or share her views, beliefs and opinions. Now let’s us take a look at the “Church of Oprah” or the “World According to Oprah” as she is today.
It would do Oprah and her fellow New Agers to read the Bible, asking the True God to help discern between Truth and Lies! In order to do that, you have to have some semblance of Who God is! Listen……
Oprah Winfrey, is a talk show host, film producer, and philanthropist, business mogul, and movie star, but she is not and ordained minister. She is neither preacher nor religious professional. However, because of Oprah’s massive influence and following consisting of souls who believe her to have some sort of special wisdom, some critics say she has built a following akin to a cult. This considerable following is sometimes referred to as the “church of Oprah”. There is no such organization or denomination. In fact, though Oprah claims to be a Christian, she does not even acknowledge the Bible as God’s special revelation nor Jesus Christ as the sole avenue to the Father (John 14:6). She does purportedly offer ways for her listeners and viewers to live a life of purpose, peace, self-worth, and spiritual freedom.
THE CHURCH OF OPRAH WINFREY–A NEW AMERICAN RELIGION?
Marcia Z. Nelson sees Oprah as a major American religious leader. In The Gospel According to Oprah, Nelson presents her as the symbol and catalyst for a new American religion. Oprah Winfrey as an exemplar and prophetess of a new form of American religion. In reality, Oprah is probably best understood as a highly-talented representative of the religion of positive thinking that has shaped American culture for at least the last two centuries. In this role, Oprah continues and extends a line of religious thought that replaces the transcendent with the temporal and looks for fulfillment and success as the goods of a satisfying life.
Indeed, she goes so far as to refer to Oprah as a symbol of spiritual renewal. “In other words, it is not just talk, but talk that’s been tested in life’s fires–talk is testimony,” she asserts. Nelson is candid in dealing with the way Oprah repackages spirituality. “She translates what religions would term transcendent into something that is inspiring but secular. She would call it a vision of possibilities. She has tried to develop her own unique language, which means talking about values in a secular and inclusive sense in a religiously pluralistic country.”
Guests are routinely encouraged to confess their wrongdoing, claim their promise, and move into a new phase of their lives, empowered and encouraged by Oprah and the experience of sharing their inner lives with millions of television viewers.”
When Oprah refers to God, she is clear to insist that this means no specific god and entails no particular theological commitments.
As Nelson understands the Oprah phenomenon, forgiveness is at the center of Oprah’s message. Nevertheless, Oprah offers forgiveness without atonement. Confession of inadequacy is presented as a sufficient remedy for sin and wrongdoing. God is effectively out of the picture as lawgiver or judge, and there is no room for the cross of Christ as atonement for sin.
New York University professor Paul Vitz once observed, “Contemporary psychology is a form of secular humanism based on the rejection of God and the worship of the self.” In her substitution of psychology for theology, Oprah has become a high priestess and icon of the psychologization of American society. When she features prominent New Age figures on her television show, she helps to mainstream New Age influences and philosophies among millions of Americans.
Oprah’s newly-packaged positive-thinking spirituality is tailor-made for the empty souls of our postmodern age. She promises meaning without truth, acceptance without judgment, and fulfillment without self-denial. Marcia Z. Nelson is certainly right about one thing– Oprah Winfrey’s “congregation” cannot be ignored. Source: Christian Headlines
So what, exactly, is Oprah teaching about “spirituality”?
- that Jesus did not come to the earth to die on the cross for our sins.
- real purpose for Jesus coming to earth was to teach all of us “Christ consciousness”.
- Oprah is also insisting that there could not possibly be “one way” to God, and that all “religions” are basically different paths to the same God. See Part 1
- “I believe in the FORCE-I call it God.”
- Oprah also has clearly renounced the divinity of Jesus Christ.
- To Oprah, the truth is that all of us are God “One of the most important books I’ve read is Eric Buttterworth’s Discover the Power Within You. In it he said ‘Jesus did not come to teach us how divine He was but to teach that divinity was within us.'”
- “All religions are equally false and equally true, depending on how you use them.”
- “Man made God in his own image.”
- “There is no sin.
- “A “slain Christ has no meaning.”
- “Do not make the pathetic error of clinging to the old rugged cross.”
- “The recognition of God is the recognition of yourself.” Source: Cure Zone
Though Oprah declares herself to be a Christian and professes faith in Jesus. The Jesus she professes in NOT THE JESUS OF THE BIBLE. It is a very old argument that Jesus is NOT DIVINE, nor is he a SAVIOR, but merely a good teacher. This teaching claims that Jesus came to teach us how to find the divinity within us. THIS IS A LIE!
“My battle is not with Oprah; she has her guru (Tolle), and I have mine (Jesus). The real war is between those who assert to be bearers of the truth, such as Tolle and Jesus. And the question is: With contradicting truths, will we believe a mere man or one who claimed to be so much more? As C.S. Lewis — the great Oxford scholar and writer of “The Chronicles of Narnia,” who was once an avid atheist — wrote:
“A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a good moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic — on the level with the man who says he is a poached egg — or else he would be the Devil of Hell. You must make your choice. Either this man was, and is, the Son of God: or else a madman or something worse. …
“You can shut Him up for a fool, you can spit at Him and kill Him as a demon; or you can fall at His feet and call Him Lord and God. But let us not come with any patronizing nonsense about His being a great moral teacher. He has not left that open to us. He did not intend to.”
That might not be what Oprah, Tolle or others around the world want to hear on their webinar, but he is everything we all need to obtain peace with God and peace with one another.” —Chuck Norris Source: Town Hall.com
By now you should have your eyes opened if you’re an Oprah groupie. Hopefully you can see she is indeed a practicing Witch, as well as an ENEMY of God, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit! She has led, and continues to lead Millions straight to Hell without ever passing GO!
If you go to the store to buy Meat, don't run to the Milk section or the Junk Food aisle looking for it!!
The Meat Section is the True Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Milk Section is likened to those who will not preach on sin and Hell, just a feel good message, the Social gospel.
The Junk Food Isle is the outright false doctrine AKA the prosperity gospel, name it and claim it, the Hebraic Roots movement and other false teachings!!
Feasting on just Milk and Junk will eventually cause you great harm, you can count on it!!
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