Frequently Asked Questions
and Concerns by Christians

• Is the "Your Wish is Your Command" training just a "name it and claim it gospel?"

This video provides a response to the accusations that the "Your Wish Is Your Command" training is just a name it and claim it approach to the Christian faith.

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Edited Transcript of Video

No. It is not. If I understand even a portion of your question, he is talking about the Law of Attraction. The Law of Attraction is not sovereign over God. God is sovereign over the Law of Attraction. But the Law of Attraction is a physical law, just like the Law of Gravity is a physical law. From the standpoint of the Christian, the Christian's perspective ought to be "Not my will but your will be done." The Christian's perspective should be to "seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things will be added unto you." Do people selfishly manipulate and use the principles wrongly? Yes! Does that make the principles themselves bad, or evil, or whatever? No! It means that some people have chosen to improperly use them. So it is not a manipulation tool, but, if you don't know what you want, and you don't have any chief aim, if you don't have any goal which you are seeking to achieve, you are going nowhere. Always seek to make sure that you are Biblical. So anything that doesn't fall within the range of being the will of God and Biblical, it is something which you are not going to do. From the Christian perspective, integrity in the process and in the use of the principles is an automatic. It is a given. So therefore that takes out of the whole issue my own selfish desires and manipulation. See, any time that you manipulate someone else for your own purposes, is not Christ-like and therefore that is something that ought not to be done. If you are endeavouring to follow the principles of the Law of Attraction, you reap what you sow, you get what you have put out, and I choose to do that to get a positive consequence, that is not manipulation. The positive consequence will always be for that which is the better good than for yourself.

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Last updated 2019.