To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Saturday, July 02, 2016 4:54 PM
I Think I’ve been Cut Off
I fell into to many snares and gave satan to much to work with. My family has been over ran and I lost track of what I was being called out of. I’ve been on prescription pain killers for over 10 years now for a back problem (Addicted) My main focus in life was to get on disabilty instead of pleasing God and I built up a false realty that my way of life was acceptable with God, then when I started to get off of the pain killers I realized the damage that I had done to my brain (Bipolar Disorder) and have been overwhelmed by dysfunctional horrible intrusive thoughts, Panic attacks, breathing problems and my sleeping patterns are off. I have a fearful realization that God had turned me over to reprobation. My wife is a unbeliever and I never fully broke away from my old life. My wife and I are separated now and none of my children are christians. I fear the Holy Spirit may have left me. How far will God go to keep you from falling away? I’ve prayed and tried to turn things around but to much damage has been done and I am not well. Would he turn someone over to Satan (Which I know he has done) for the destuction of the flesh 1 Co 5:5 (or because I’ve become a castaway) I’m hoping he would go to these extreems to keep me from being cut off. I know the Holy Spirit came into my life when I was 20 years old and I had a indescribable Joy at that time but since then I have made to many bad choices and have lost that Joy that is the true witness to the lost. I’m 59 now and I believe God has cut me off because of Disobeidance, Lack of a prayer life, Dishonesty and unfruitfulness. I’ve become a very fearful person now and can’t function normally in life because of what the doctors say is Bipolar Disorder (I’m thinking it’s demonic?). I’m tring to comprehend the fact that God knows that you would be rejected later on in life when he first reveals himself to you. I’ve been tring to find some hope in the scriptures but alot of scriptures seem to condemn me at this point. I’ve been struggling with what to do. End my life as Judas did? I’m very afraid of going to hell. God did work with me for a long time and looking back is very painful. I never thought things would end up looking so Grim. I find myself in a unrecoverable condition (Hebrews 6:4 and 10:26). I’m being peppered with perversion and violent thoughts. The Holy Spirit would not allow this to happen unless he’s left and I’ve been turned over to reprobation and been rejected.
There are nutritional health issues I have to look into and see If it will bring some form of mental recovery but the life I’ve lived doesn’t line up with what God commands of us after he has given us the Holy Spirit to do what we have no power to do without his spirit. If Gods spirit has left me I have no reason to live and I will have no protection from demons to break me down and hijack my body. I’m starting to break down mentally and am suffering from major panic attacks.The only thing keeping me stabilized at this point is the pain medication which is not good. I don’t think there is any hope left for me at this point.
1Pe_4:18 And if the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?
From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Saturday, July 16, 2016 7:08 AM
Subject: Re: Apostate
You’ve not been cut off, Joseph because you’ve never known the Lord or been with Him. It’s not too late to repent and live. Read these links and keep reading on our site. Learn the ways of the True Lord Jesus Christ, which, if you walk in them, you will live. Or keep perishing on the way you’re going now. Your choice.
Paul and Victor
From: Du To: The Path of Truth Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2016 6:17 PM Subject: Questions I'm gonna make this brief so what I want to ask is if one can feel the Holy Spirit? Or is it entirely different, like it goes a lot deeper than just feeling? I read some of what your website states and I really believe it. Another question is since eternal torment is a diabolical doctrine according to the truth, does that make Catholic purgatory true? From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk To: Du Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2016 7:00 AM Subject: Re: Questions No, one doesn’t “feel” the Holy Spirit, Du. The Kingdom of God doesn’t come by observation (tactile senses). “And when He was demanded of the Pharisees, when the Kingdom of God should come, He answered them and said, The Kingdom of God comes not with observation: Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the Kingdom of God is within you” (Luke 17:20-21 KJV). Yes, the Kingdom is on a different plane altogether from the physical or psychical. And no, because God doesn’t torture people endlessly doesn’t make Catholic purgatory true. You need to go to the Lord for the pure truth, and by the Fire of Truth, He will purge you of all unholy mixture and unrighteousness. Keep reading our writings if you’re interested in hearing more on this matter from the Word of God. The Restitution of All Things Paul and Victor From: Du To: Paul Cohen Cc: Victor Hafichuk Sent: Monday, April 18, 2016 1...
From: Alecks To: The Path of Truth Sent: Friday, November 11, 2016 5:34 PM Subject: Questions on the Trinity. Hey guys, I'm pretty new to your site and I've been looking around a lot and learning some very interesting stuff. I consider myself a "baby Christian" as I only started reading the Bible in February. Since then I've read it twice more this year. But, I do have a quick question about the denial of the Trinity on your site. I'll get right to it, and I'm sorry if these are questions that you've already addressed. If they are, please just post a link to the article and I'll be happy to read them. First off, in II Corinthians 1:3 Paul writes "Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ" In my opinion Paul's letters seem to make a pretty clear distinction between Father and Son. Here is included not only the God "AND" Father, but also "OF" our Lord Jesus Christ. But the reason I mostly believe in the Trinity is actually from Genesis 18 and 19. Just to rehash it quickly, Abraham is sitting in the tent door when he looks up and see's 3 men standing near him. He gets up and says Genesis 18:3 "My Lord, if I have now found favor in Your sight, do not pass on by Your servant..." So he serves them and they talk, then it reads Genesis 18:22 "Then the men turned away from there and went toward Sodom, but Abraham still stood before the Lord." At 19:1 we read "Now the two angels came to Sodom in the evening.." So logically, there were 3 men,...
Subject: God From: Michael Wasylyk To: Victor Hafichuk Date: 12/7/2015 2:38 PM Hello, I'm a Christian. I believe in Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. However, I have fallen into the trap of many false doctrines over the years. Please, how can I get right with God and live a godly life? I understand to start with the Bible, but is there anything you'd recommend me look specifically at? Sincerely, Michael From: Victor Hafichuk Sent: Saturday, December 12, 2015 8:20 AM To: Michael Subject: Re: God Hi Michael, Are you reading on our site now? You should find plenty to help you get straight on false doctrines and right with God through faith and obedience. Here are some readings we would suggest, but don’t limit yourself to these: How One Is Saved Holy Waters Obedience Repentance What Is Faith? The Cross - Only the Death Sentence Will Avail Diabolical Doctrines Scan the Site Map (with your mouse over the title you can read the summary of each writing) for others writings that catch your interest. Let us know how you’re doing, Michael, and next time you write, tell us more about yourself and your spiritual walk. Victor