Is Manifestation Against Christianity? {3 Main Points!}


There seems to be a lot of debate lately about manifesting and its compatibility with Christianity.

Manifesting is all about the law of attraction. You can use it to get anything you want in life by simply focusing on it and picturing it as if it has already happened. But is manifesting against Christianity?

Some argue that manifesting contradicts everything that Christians believe in, while others argue that it is completely compatible with Christianity. So, which one is it?

In this blog post, we’ll look at manifesting and Christianity to see how they intersect – or don’t intersect – and whether or not Christians should use manifesting in their lives.

So, let’s explore this topic further and find out what the Bible has to say about it.

What is Manifestation?

Manifestation is the process of attracting something tangible into your life through attraction and belief, i.e. if you think it, it will come.

Another definition of manifesting is to be the architect of your own reality. What we decide to focus on will grow. What you focus your mind on is what you get out of life. It is considered to be the universal law that brings the invisible into visibility.

Does all of this sound against Christianity?

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Is Manifestation Against Christianity? (And Why?)

Here are 3 key differences between manifestation and Law of Attraction, and Christianity:

1. God vs the universe.

If you’re Christian, then you follow Jesus, and He is your God, and there is no room for the universe to fit in.

The harmful aspect of manifestation is that you focus and visualize so hard on what you want, that this “thing” that you’re trying to manifest becomes an idol.

And because you’re relying on the Universe to grant you these things and make your dreams come true, you’re practicing idolatry, which is defined as putting anything above God and worshipping anything other than God.

Trust the LORD with all your heart, and don’t depend on your own understanding. Remember the LORD in all you do, and he will give you success. Proverbs 3:5

2. God knows better.

Manifestation encourages us to believe that we can have whatever we desire. It doesn’t take into account the fact that what we want isn’t always good for us.

It fails to recognize that sometimes our desires can have a negative impact on the lives of others.

The last example creates a system in which the most grateful or spiritual person receives what they desire; I don’t understand why anyone would prefer to earn things over accepting God’s grace.

According to the Bible, desire without knowledge is evil (Proverbs 19:2), and our hearts are deceitful (Jeremiah 17:9). There’s a reason for this.

It also states that our Heavenly Father bestows good gifts on His children (Matthew 7:11).

3. God is not getting praised.

I am the Lord; that is my name. I will not give my glory to anyone else. Isaiah 42:8

When people achieve what they are manifesting, it’s rare to hear them thank or praise God. They believe that they created their reality.

But according to the Bible, all good things come from the Lord, but if we don’t include Him in our plans and don’t give Him credit for our blessings, we risk relying solely on ourselves.

Final Thoughts

So is manifesting against Christianity? The answer is complicated.

On the one hand, the Bible expressly forbids sorcery and witchcraft. Manifestation appears to be a type of sorcery or witchcraft.

Jesus, on the other hand, encouraged his followers to pray for their wants and needs. Both praying and manifesting involve asking God for what you desire.

It’s possible that praying and manifesting are two different ways of getting what you want from God.

In short, I think it’s not wrong to want to “manifest” things into your life – but it’s important to do so with the right attitude and for the right reasons, and to thank God first.

If you’re looking to use manifesting as a way to get back at someone or as a way to fill an empty hole in your soul, then you’re doing it wrong.

What are your thoughts on manifestation and the Law of Attraction? Do you believe Christians should participate in manifestation?

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