Let’s play a game called “You Might Be a Mystic.”
You might be a mystic if you value spiritual experiences above the objective truth of God’s Word.
You might be a mystic if you seek after visions, dreams, new revelations from God, and hidden meanings in Scripture.
You might be a mystic if you obsess over angels, even worship them.
You might be a mystic if you act in pride toward others who do not possess the special spiritual insights you gained through extreme self-denial.
Mysticism draws you into the shadows and away from the real substance of your faith, which is not found in rules or rituals but in a real relationship with Jesus Christ (Colossians 2:16-23).