To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 2:09 PM
Subject: Religious spirits
Hi I have recently heard of Norman grub at the home fellowship I go. I saw what you had to say about him, False teacher you say. I believe What Norman grub taught from what I’ve heard so far is the difference between pleasing God in the flesh, and pleasing God in the spirit. God desires sons not religious Pharisees. Remember it’s the goodness of God that leads us to repentance but by the fear of the Lord one departs from evil. Not the other way round The high people in society that rejected Jesus were those religious leaders that could not receive Jesus by faith. We need to die to ourselves completely our own ideas our own ways and just believe in the finished work of Christ alone for without faith it’s impossible to please God so if you think you can please God in the flesh make sure you keep the whole law with nothing left undone. By the deeds of the law no man will be justified
From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2016 6:50 AM
Subject: Re: Religious spirits
“Therefore do we nullify the Law through faith? Certainly not! On the contrary, we establish the Law” (Romans 3:31 EMTV).
The faith of Christ has led us to fulfill the Law, Adam, by His righteousness, something we could never do in our own strength. It seems you may agree, at least in concept. But you’ve never had the reality of this precious truth, as with Norman Grubb, whose casualness about the Lord betrayed the fact that he never knew Him.
Grubb was walking in the flesh and had been deceived through the knowledge that puffs up to believe he was walking in the Spirit. It was iniquity masquerading as the grace of God.
You’re under the strong delusion Paul talks about in Thessalonians:
“And because of this, God will send to them a working of error, for them to believe the lie, that all may be judged, those not believing the truth, but who have delighted in unrighteousness” (2 Thessalonians 2:11-12 LITV).
Paul Cohen & Victor Hafichuk
Subject: Amish faith From: Sam Zook To: Victor Hafichuk Date: 12/12/2015 12:39 PM Hello. I have a few questions on Matthew 18:18.. I grew up Amish and when I was 17 my whole family left the old order amish because we felt they were teaching a works based salvation.. We were Mennonite (drove cars and had electricity etc) for 2 years.. Then my parents wanted to go back to some kind of amish, so we could communicate with our relatives a little more.. So they found a new-order type amish church that thought salvation through faith.. And being born again etc. They don't have man made rules tied to the church.. They live solely on the bible. Anyway, I met a girl from a strict old order church and we fell in love and are planning on getting married in May.... But in order to marry her I have to move to her church and become a member there.. At first I didn't like that idea cause they believe in a lotta stuff that I don't believe is 100% truth.. (they have very low morals, their young people party, get drunk and are very wild...not unlike the young of this world, almost everyone smokes.. They don't talk about God much except in church.. And even then its only the preachers talking about God... They believe we cannot know if we are saved, that we just go through life in good hopes that we did good enough and attended church enough to reach salvation when they meet Jesus.. There's lot more stuff but I will touch on that later) But I decided I will do that so we...
From: Angel To: The Path of Truth Sent: Tuesday, May 24, 2016 11:18 AM Subject: Thank you Thank you for your article about Paul Washer. I enjoy biblical truth I am searching for God, which is not an easy task. I was watching Paul Walker on YouTube and in my heart It felt wrong. I felt he was glorifying himself, his convictions, his opinions, his own voice it did not feel God inspired but self inspired, self serving, and self seeking. I wanted to thank you and ask you if their is anything you could recommend me that will lead me to God. From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk To: Angel Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 7:11 AM Subject: Re: Thank You It sounds like the Lord Jesus Christ has confirmed your witness of the truth regarding Paul Washer, Angel. You have been led to God, because He is here: “For where two or three are gathered together in My Name, there I am in their midst” (Matthew 18:20 MKJV). Join the Forum on our site (you can register on any page by clicking on “Forum”) and read about our meetings where you can come and hear more. “Then Jesus turned and observed them following, and said to them, ‘What are you seeking?’ They said to Him, ‘Rabbi’ (which is translated, Teacher), ‘where are You staying?’ He said to them, ‘Come and see’” (John 1:38-39 EMTV). Paul and Victor
From: Erik To: The Path of Truth Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2016 2:11 PM Subject: A response to Mary Baxter rebuttal Victor Hafichuk & Paul Cohen, I am saddened to read about your slanderous accusations about Mary Baxter. It is obvious that you are trying very hard to come against her testimony because it challenges your belief in universal salvation. Jesus was clear that hell was not made for people but for satan and his demons, but that eternal damnation results for those that reject him. It would be incredibly easy to rebuff all of your statements, but I'll just do one. "I looked at the woman again, and worms were crawling out of the bones of her skeleton. They were not harmed by the fire. Jesus said, 'She knows and feels those worms inside.'" What is the purpose of these creatures? They are specially made to resist fire, to ensure added torment for the souls in Mary's hell, because just burning these sinners forever is not nearly enough. No, they also have to be conscious of the worms that have infested their bodies. This is not the King of kings; it is the torturer of torturers. His passion for cruelty endures forever. Jesus himself describes this torment in the book of Mark. It is super accurate in its correlation to the statement from Mary Baxter's book. What else do you think these worms refer to that Jesus himself describes? Have you never read this passage before? Mark 9:42 42“If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe...