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False Ways of the Religious

From: Martinette
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 2:47 AM
To: The Path of Truth
Subject: A few questions

Good morning

Reading up about John Ramirez I came upon your website and find truth in your writings what saint should be when you follow the Lord in Spirit and Truth.

My concern for quite a while is worship in the churches which became like a show, some like disco’s.  The Word is very clear that woman may not lead in the church and I experience in my spirit that women should leave worship leading to men that are appointed and anointed by God.

The excuse you hear from all is that Miriam lead in worship, but according to what I understand it was not the church she led but women she led in praise after a battle was won.

Can just anyone lay hands on you and force you to speak in tongues?  Is tongues not a gift of the Holy Spirit given in His time.

The last question I have is what about churches charging sometimes high costs for Christians to attend when they have a pastor or prophet to teach the children of God.  Some churches also have regular courses you can attend at high costs.  The latest trend is to put a paper string around your arm to mark you that you have paid and can enter the course.  Then they force you to bath and sleep with that as this will also allow you to enter the next morning.  To me this is heartbreaking.

Shalom

Martinette


From: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Sunday, October 30, 2016 7:17 AM
To: Martinette
Subject: Re: A few questions

Hi Martinette,

You’re right in what you’re saying and sensing. The children of God don’t readily lay hands on anyone, trying to force them to speak in tongues.

“Do not lay hands quickly on anyone, neither be partaker of the sins of others. Keep yourself pure” (1 Timothy 5:22 MKJV).

It’s up to God, the Holy Spirit, to apportion the gifts of the Spirit as He determines. The very thought of men trying to control Him is abhorrent.

And of course it would be very wrong for men of God to charge people for His ministry. Those who do such things aren’t men of God and don’t have His ministry. They’re hirelings, wolves, and thieves.

“The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly” (John 10:10 EMTV).

Peace to you as well, Martinette. Join our Forum and familiarize yourself with what we have and do there, along with the many teachings and writings on the website.

Victor
www.ThePathofTruth.com


From: Martinette Grobler
Sent: Monday, October 31, 2016 12:09 AM
To: Victor Hafichuk
Subject: RE: A few questions

Many thanks for your answers directly out of God’s word.

The only one other thing I need more clearance on is the worship if you could have another few minutes for that.  Should women lead in church (worship and any other leading roles)?  I’m extremely sensitive to worship and can feel it when it’s all about Him, sometimes I do feel that it’s more about men and attention they need.  Perhaps I’m judging or too hard on this.

God bless

Martinette


From: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Sunday, November 06, 2016 7:07 AM
To: Martinette
Subject: RE[3]: A few questions

Hi Martinette,

Should women lead in church? Read this Diabolical Doctrine: Women Are Ministers of God in Spiritual Authority over Men.

But also consider this more fundamental question, “What is worship?” What you’ve been conditioned to think of as worship is the disposition of the carnal man to produce godliness as an exercise of his own thinking, will, and ways:

“These things indeed have a reputation of wisdom in self-imposed worship and humility…” (Colossians 2:23 MKJV).

Read The Worship of God.

Another fundamental question: What is “the church”? You need to learn everything anew, Martinette, which happens as you’re cleansed of the indoctrination of the Harlot. Read The Church and How One Is Saved.

Of course, reading isn’t enough. Only the obedience of faith will see you through to the other side, seated with Christ in the Kingdom of God.

Victor

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