To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Saturday, January 14, 2017 10:41 PM
Subject: Marino Restrepo is not a false teacher
It grieves me greatly when someone accuses those of being false. Perhaps you need to see the truth in yourself or are you false.
Marino Restrepo has not said anything that could indicate any form of falseness.
He reads a script from the bible and clearly explains what it means to help those who do not understand the meanings in the bible.
Christ told parables to give explanations of how to love and trust God.
Do you know the parable of the seeds how they were planted.
A man went to sow his seeds on route some fell on the pathway some fell into thickets some in good soil
The seeds that fell on the pathway grew weak and died this is how man walks the path with no belief in his soul and dies an empty man with nothing but darkness around him.
The seeds that fell into thickets grew well but were choked by the thorns and brambles. Man starts to believe but then falls into bad ways and falls away from God.
The seeds that fell into good soil are those who believe in God and the pathway to heaven is their’s and they help others to follow the same path by growing good seeds.
That is what Marino is doing, helping us all to fall into good soil and grow full of love and joy.
Is it so terrible to believe that God really exsists, because when you find out he does it might be too late for you.
Don’t be a fool open your heart and you will be amazed at what is on the other side of the rainbow
From: Paul Cohen
Cc: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2017 7:52 AM
Subject: Re: Marino Restrepo is not a false teacher
You can’t make or will yourself into being good soil. God must do that. And while we’re held responsible for not heeding the call of God to repentance and keeping His commandments, there is no such thing as “too late,” as in you’ll end up frying in a never-ending fire – “eternal torment.” That’s one of many lies of Catholicism.
Catholicism teaches one NOT to keep God’s commandments, such as its attempt to change the Sabbath to Sunday.
If you want to know what the Bible says according to the Lord Jesus Christ, keep reading our site. And read Victor’s story, wHaT tHe LoRd HaS dOnE wItH mE.
To: Paul Cohen
Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2017 5:39 PM
Subject: Re: Marino Restrepo is not a false teacher
You are right in some points, the Vatican has a lot to answer for, as you might not know the Catholic Church relies on contributions to maintain the churches, depending on how successful a church is how well a priest conducts it and how the congregation become many by the gift the priest has been given.
But going back to before the Second World War the churches were suffering poverty the government were not contributing and the masses were limited to save expenses.
The Vatican turned to the Free Masons known for there charitable work who contributed to help save the churches, but in return they had to abide by there rules.
The first was the introduction of the hand shake allowing FM to recognise there own kind.
The second was the introduction of lay ministers many of which were FM’s this gave the FM the opportunity to conduct there own Masses known as black masses.
The third was moving the tabernacle from the centre to the side or in a separate chapel away from the church taking Christ out of the church.
Then the change of the holy days of obligation moving them to Sundays.
Many people fell away from the church because of those who’s body and soul were corrupt by the devil inflicted upon them yet those who were good from the day they were ordained to this day have suffered due to the corrupt ones.
Many churches are still empty due to the lack of faith, many fallen away, many of the good ones have died.
In order to bring back people to the church you need leaders such as priests vickers and religious Ministers. That is what Marino Restrepo is a minister to bring people back to there faith and back to church.
You mentioned the Sabbath day.
In the bible can you find a day in it that mentions a Saturday or a Sunday.
Everyone knows Christmas Day is 25th December, where does it say that in the bible, what time of the year does it say in the Bible when Christ was born.
God made heaven and earth in 6 days and rested on the 7th day he did not mention the name of the days, so a Sabbath can fall any time in the 7 days as long as the 7th day is a rest day.
The Italian Calendar starts on Mondays the last day is Sundays, the calendar of today starts Sunday and finishes Saturday, the Jewish calendar and the Coptic Christian calendar celebrates Saturday as there Sabbath.
P.S. There its but one more.
God gave everyone free will to choose there paths, many fall away and have to go through the dark passage to find the light many never come back and pray is the only way back.
You have to believe in God and trust him, you cannot expect him to do the work for you if that was the case man would not be able to know how to walk or how to fend for himself.
From: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Sunday, May 28, 2017 2:08 PM
Subject: Re: Marino Restrepo is not a false teacher
Madge, you admit the Catholic Church is corrupt, yet insist people should be drawn into it by ministers such as Marino Restrepo. To what end? So they can get abused, like those whose children have been molested?
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg of the sins perpetuated by this manmade institution with its many false teachings that bind people in darkness and sin. I was there – read my testimony.
And have you red these yet? Do, because they have the facts and truth you need to hear.
Getting the Facts Straight on the Catholic Church and God
Is the Roman Catholic Church the Bride of Christ?
Might Is Right: “I am Catholic and Therefore Right”
Religious Images, Icons, and Likenesses
Wishing to Be a Saint
You speak of the Catholic Church as if it’s possible to have individual good churches mixed with bad ones. But what does the Lord Jesus Christ say?
“For a good tree does not bring forth corrupt fruit, neither does a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. For every tree is known by its own fruit. For men do not gather figs from thorns, nor do they gather grapes from a bramble bush” (Luke 6:43-44 MKJV).
And what does the Lord’s servant, the apostle Paul, say about the Church of God, the assembly of His saints?
“Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the Church and gave Himself for it, that He might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the Word, that He might present it to Himself as the glorious Church, without spot or wrinkle or any such things, but that it should be holy and without blemish” (Ephesians 5:25-27 MKJV).
So how can the Catholic Church be the Lord’s Church? It isn’t; read the link and hear more from the Lord about the difference between His Church and men’s churches.
You’re right that God didn’t name the days of the week during creation, except He numerically identified them. How is that not significant or to be casually disregarded? God sanctified the seventh day, not any other, so how can you choose any other day, repealing and reassigning God’s blessing? That’s putting yourself in the place of God, exactly what the Catholic Church has done by declaring Sunday the Sabbath.
Here’s what the Lord said about your Sunday worship:
“This people draws near to Me with their mouth, and honors Me with their lips, but their heart is far from Me. But in vain they worship Me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men” (Matthew 15:8-9 MKJV).
It sounds like you’re trying to justify keeping the Sabbath on any day you please by the example you gave of Christmas not being the actual day of Christ’s birth. But Christmas, even if celebrated on Christ’s physical birthday, isn’t of God. It’s a cursed pagan carnal festivity using and abusing the Name of the Lord and will be avoided by all those who worship Him in Spirit and Truth.
“You have to believe in God and trust him, you cannot expect him to do the work for you if that was the case man would not be able to know how to walk or how to fend for himself.”
Believing in and trusting God IS expecting Him to do the work, because it’s impossible for you to do His work and to fulfill His Law.
“When His disciples heard, they were exceedingly amazed, saying, Who then can be saved? But Jesus looked on them and said to them, With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible” (Matthew 19:25-26 MKJV).
“Jesus answered and said to them, This is the work of God, that you believe on Him Whom He has sent” (John 6:29 MKJV).
There is no such thing as free will. While we make choices, there is only God’s free will, and we are either with Him by His grace or against Him in independence and sin. Yet even if against, His will rules and prevails.
“A man’s heart devises his way: but the LORD directs his steps” (Proverbs 16:9 KJV).
We are utterly and entirely dependent on the Lord Jesus Christ, whether we know it or not. “Prayer” (as you mean it) is not “the only way back.” That is self-righteousness. He, the Lord, is the only Way, Truth, and Life. He is your only hope. By prayer and faith in Him, He makes a way where there is none.
Madge, you have yet to receive even the basic knowledge of the Lord, so why do you speak so much when you know so little? Do you not know, haven’t you been warned by anyone that you’ll have to give an account for every idle word spoken?
“But I say to you that every idle word, whatever men may speak, they shall give account of it in the day of judgment” (Matthew 12:36 MKJV).
In this world, looming behind any consideration of what it means to be a Christian is the Catholic Church, with her audacious claim to being the sole authority representing Christ on earth, with all power of God vested in her. Does this claim hold up to the Light of Day? Here, in simple terms, you have the opportunity to have a look and see for yourself.
Is being irresistibly drawn to the "Mass" sure evidence that God wanted Julie to become a Catholic? Can one be truly happy knowing her loved ones and friends are burning in hell forever? Is the answer to these questions that the Catholic Church is always right, despite common sense, experience, and, most importantly, the testimony of Jesus Christ and the Scriptures?
We have a conversation with Deborah, a Catholic who says that Jesus asked her to put up images of Himself and "saints," and who wishes to be a great saint in her own right. we point out the error of the ways and idolatries of the Catholic Church, which she walks in and defends.