Is the Sarah Young's "Jesus Always" devotional biblical? Does it correctly present scripture. Pastor Steve Hudgik's book "Should You RUN From Jesus Always" examines this popular devotion to determine whether or not it is a Christian book. You'll get answers to questions such as:
Does the "Jesus" of "Jesus Always" correctly understand scripture? (Why does he make so many mistakes?)
Is "Jesus" teaching solid Christian doctrine or New Age spiritual beliefs and practices?
All of the devotions in "Jesus Always" are spoken by "Jesus." Is this acceptable or is it blasphemy? Why?
Based on scripture, what does it mean to bein the presence of God? Why does "Jesus Always" have such a different understanding of the presence of God?
What is the Mother Teresa test? (Was Mother Teresa actually a Christian?)
How does "Jesus Always" fare when tested against D. Martyn Llyod-Jones' criteria for detecting false teaching?
Why are all those words capitalized in "Jesus Always?" (Joy, Peace, Glory, etc.) And what is Glory-strength?
First Thessalonians 5:21-22 teaches that it is the responsibility of every Christian to be discerning. "Should YOU RUN From Jesus Always?" gives you the answers you need when it comes to the Jesus Always" devotional.
Get the scripture-based answers in plain English, and this easy-to-read book from Pastor Hudgik. Find out whether you should be reading "Jesus Always" or throwing it in the trash... and why.
"Now these were more noble-minded than those in Thessalonica, for they received the word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see whether these things were so." - Acts 17:11