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Do I Need a Water Baptism?

From: Angela
To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Saturday, January 09, 2016 7:59 AM
Subject: FalseTeachers

Hi

I came to faith 6 months ago. I’ve listened to a lot of teachings, but mostly after some time, I stop listening to them as something in me feels like I’m being deceived ( including quite a few of the people on your list ) .

I wanted to ask ( apart from yourselves ) , are there any true teachers out there ? Any views on Peter Michael Martinez ?

Its only since coming to faith that I realize how much deception is out there.

My other major concern is water baptism. Do I need a water baptism ? How can I when the churches that I’ve attended ( and left ) are preaching false words. I do not want to be baptized by someone who is not true.

Any advice would be greatly welcomed.

Blessings,  Angie

From: Paul Cohen
To: Angela
Cc: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 7:26 AM
Subject: Re: False Teachers

Hi Angela, 

You ask about water baptism. Check over our site carefully for content, because you missed this section: Water Baptism. (The Site Map gives you an overview of everything listed at The Path of Truth.)

We don’t know anything about Peter Michael Martinez, but just looking at http://unitedforawakening.com/ and the introduction he gives about himself, we can tell you he’s false.

Peter Michael Martinez is a nationally recognized apostolic voice for Awakening. Well regarded since 1995 as an author, conference speaker, radio host, and bold voice of Awakening to the body of Messiah, Rev. Martinez brings a seasoned and balanced apostolic anointing to the United For Awakening team.

Can you really see the Lord Jesus Christ or one of His apostles talking that way about themselves? Read Counterfeit Christianity and Here Is the Way It Is.

Paul

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