Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2016 9:57 PM
To: The Path of Truth
All I know is that your snippy hateful remarks are most certainly not “Christ-like” which in my opinion not only invalidates your argument entirely, but shows that your understanding of the doctrine could not be correct nor your interpretation considered to be “The Truth”. In other words your smug words speak for themselves. I can’t imagine Jesus speaking that way about someone.
Cynthia Gersten, Owner
Snowline Lodge, LLC
From: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 7:28 AM
Subject: Allegation of “Snippy Hateful Remarks”
What happened, Cynthia? Did we destroy one of your idols? You won’t even name him (or her), or tell us how we err. The simple reason for this lack is you can’t prove us wrong. You’re reacting emotionally to the loss of what you cherish, namely the false sense of security your idol and false “Jesus” have given you. Read Matthew 23.
Your lodge may have been saved from physical fire (source), but you can’t hide or escape from the spiritual fire you’ve now personally encountered, which has come to judge the world.
Those who love their sins hate the Law of God, and the God of Law, which are One and the Same. Here we answer a man that, because we teach the Law of God and His ways that lead to life, accuses us of hatred, ignorance, and intolerance, whereas we show how those descriptions aptly demonstrate his own stance and attitude.
We received the followed letter from Paul Foster in response to a complaint filed by his client, Ciann Masi, who had found her name on our website, linking her with the Living Essence Foundation.
False love trumpets its own righteousness, coming as the self-declared defender of virtue, tolerance, and all godliness. God, however, does not accept men's persons or words, but tries the hearts. David Richardson tries to co-opt the Truth under a cover of counterfeit love, but the love of God proves to be an invulnerable stronghold from which the sword of the Spirit slays every enemy of Truth.