To: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Friday, March 04, 2016 6:43 PM
My name is Daisy from Los Angeles Ca. I would like to thank you for sharing your testimony. I just left the Catholic Church and I am getting a lot of grief from friends, family and church. I have 2 children that we’re getting ready to do their first communion in May. After 2 years of going to catechism class, I took them out a month ago.
I have been dealing with lots of guilt for doing that but in my heart I know that I am doing the right thing. I am now attending a Christian apostolic church. I am having a hard time reading the bible and I pray that I will someday understand it. Again I thank you for sharing your testimony. It really helped me and gave me hope.
From: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2016 10:18 AM
Subject: FW: Testimony
Good to hear from you, Daisy! The Lord is our Present Help in Need – always. He’s Faithful and True – always. He won’t let you down when you set your heart on and trust in Him.
You have no cause whatsoever before God, the saints, prophets and angels to feel guilty about pulling out of the Catholic scene. Truly, God’s counsel by the Scriptures are clear that we need to come out of false religion, out of Babylon. The Catholic Church is about as false a representation of Jesus Christ as it gets. If you know to come out and don’t do it, that’s when shame and guilt are justified and deserved.
My concern is your going to the apostolic church. You will learn in due time that all these formal, nominal orthodox Christian churches are essentially the same. This is something the Lord revealed to me in 1975 just after we received His Spirit.
You say you’re having difficulty reading the Bible. There’s plenty for you to read at our site which will help you by explaining and expounding on the Scriptures. God has given His ministers, pastors, evangelists, prophets and teachers to teach those seeking to learn of the Lord and His will for their lives. That is why we’re here.
If you have questions, don’t hesitate to write. You can also join our Forum at TPOT and come to our Sabbath meetings at 12 Noon MST, on a chat room. The meeting goes for 5 or 6 hours. You can come for as long as you like, just observe, or participate as you will, ask questions, etc.
And we have Bible readings on chat and conference calls on 4 other days of the week. Write
The Lord bless you, Daisy. Let’s hear from you soon…perhaps even today at our meeting!
Those who have been delivered from their sins and have tasted the good things of God by faith in Christ, and turn away from Him, choosing their own lives in this sinful world over the Lord, are those who sin willfully after receiving the knowledge of the truth.
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