Richard Merrell

(17/07/1949 / SYDNEY)

The New Age Movement


Not many speak of Yeshua today
To this sick and dying world;
Not many tell of Calvary
The gospel they have shelved.

Psychology has taken the place
Of the Cross which is put aside
The ways of man take precedence
Over Yeshua and the reason he died.

Even some Bible Colleges proclaim
'The New Age Movement finds
that psychology holds the answers
so think up a Yeshua with your minds.'

The New Age Movement, yes
Where psychology does real well
I'll dismiss with this one statement -
THE NEW AGE MOVEMENT COMES FROM HELL

For the peace of mind that God alone can give all you to do
is practice Philippians 4: 4-9

Submitted: Saturday, April 14, 2012

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