Sent: January-09-17 11:51 PM
To: Victor Hafichuk
Subject: Thank you
Victor, Thank you for your encouraging testimony! I have been introduced to the truth about two and a half years ago and I was disobedient to Yah and resisted changing, mainly out of fear of losing my husband and breaking up my family. I also didn’t want to give up my Saturday’s for him. I was selfish. But Yah didn’t let me go! He kept speaking to me. I went through a lot of emotions, even getting sick to my stomach. If the truth is to set you free why did I feel “worse”? Nothing seemed the same to me. I didn’t look at life the same, I wasn’t satisfied with the church or celebrating pagan holidays.
Recently this past November, I decided to not celebrate Christmas or go to church on Sunday anymore. Although knew I was doing the right thing, it was different and because my husband still celebrates the holidays and goes to church on Sunday with our kids, I am still around it. My husband does not believe what I do nor does he respect or support me. I pray that his eyes and heart open up to Yah. Although I feel alone in this walk at times, I have peace like never before and I no longer live in fear.
I love learning the Bible when before it was hard to understand and I wasn’t interested. As I learn and grow in the bible I am getting stronger and more courageous to stand up to others and share the truth with the support of my mother, who is also following the Torah and walking in the truth.
Your story is inspiring to me, I think i may have to publicly share mine, thank you for sharing!
From: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2017 9:38 AM
Subject: Re: Thank you
I appreciate hearing from you, Tiffany. Keep on in the faith. The Lord Jesus never promised it would be easy or even possible for you, but nothing is impossible to the Lord, He’s Faithful and True and He’ll see you through to the glorious end, His express purpose for you.
I know these things for 2 reasons: He’s done it for me and the Scriptures declare these things to be so.
To: Victor Hafichuk From: Carelis Sent: 12/16/2015 5:38 PM Subject: Hello Victor Hello my name is Carelis I'm 16 years old and I want to talk you about what I have experienced for the last 5 months. I grew up as a catholic, when I was a kid I did not atended much to mass just in special ocassions, but then in August I started to have horrible thoughts about the Lord that I did not want, they are scary and I always ended up crying, then I found out that it was a form of anxienty called scrupolusity, then I started to read the bible and praying, I went to a evengelican christian church, but it's now one that has people jumping around or screaming, it's pretty much quiet and it does not have a lot of members. Still I have worries about salvation and about what I believe because I do not want to be decieved and I'm still read and try to learn about the word, but sometimes I get confused about subjects and teachings, I really want to follow Jesus and I know that it's not easy but I want to be fertil soil. I also read the testimonies about hell and heaven visions and was wondering if they were true or not. I also have questions: Can you recommend me a way of studying the bible? How can I talk to others about Jesus, can you give me a short presentation of the gospel? I have a problem with the sin of anger and I wrote versicles about it and try to read them and pray , could you suggest another thing to do when feeling angry? Is it a sin to watch movies, dancing or ...
Those in the world assume that going by faith is like flying blind, or worse - having no reason to believe or hope for something, only having the desire to do so. They expect something in the future and are invariably disappointed.
“Anything that divides is not of God,” the saying goes, in churches. But where does that saying come from? Does it come from God, or does it come from the realm of darkness, from men jealously preserving their kingdoms? It comes from Satan, who savors the things of men, not of God (Matthew 16:23).