To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2016 3:56 PM
Subject: Joseph Prince
You are wrong about Joseph Prince. You should focus on preachers that preach condemnation. Is JP perfect? No, but I have witnessed in my spirit his genuine love for Jesus.
Money is not the evil, it is the love of money. Wealth can be from God and be used by the church to further the gospel and honor Him. Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, David, Solomon were wealthy and loved God. What about Job? God loves his children and wants to bless them. Besides this any blessing and provision is held with open hands because it is all the Lord’s.
I have much joy in my heart with a genuine increase in Love from my Savior Jesus Christ. I have heard many sermons of Joseph’s and I truly believe that he is filled and led by the spirit of God!
Paul had much opposition and from who? The religious and self righteous who cannot accept the love of God.
They believe their works will restore their relationship with God. Only the free gift of righteousness by faith as with Abraham will restore our right relationship with our beautiful Savior.
To Him be the honor and glory forever, Amen!!
We love because He first loved us.
I will pray that your hatred turn to love.
Lord Bless you both!
From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Monday, May 02, 2016 7:18 AM
Subject: Re: Joseph Prince
We never said having money, even much money, is evil. We’re more than aware of the Scripture examples you cite, but you aren’t aware of what we believe or say and proceed to jump into your mouth with both feet.
We said “Prince” worships mammon, the god of this world, and so do you or you wouldn’t be defending him.
Paul and Victor
Taken from https://www.facebook.com/victor.hafichuk/posts/1610016852514470
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