From: Michael Wasylyk
To: Victor Hafichuk
Date: 12/7/2015 2:38 PM
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?
From: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Saturday, December 12, 2015 8:20 AM
Subject: Re: God
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:
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.
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