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To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Friday, January 06, 2017 11:40 PM
Hi, my name is Stacey and I’m 27 years old. Im from Saskatchewan. I found your website and I read Diabolical doctrines: All Marriages Are of God. I am in a unequally yoked marriage and have been married for almost 2 years now. I and my husband have 2 small children together. I really don’t know what to do about my situation. Alot is not right. I tried to do Gods will and I know I failed by marrying out of his will. There is much to my story and how I ended up here. I need help and prayer.
From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Saturday, January 14, 2017 8:03 AM
Subject: Re: Hi
There is no such thing as a problem that God hasn’t ordained for good for the sake of all involved. You’re in your present predicament because you both need and deserve it. If you’re seeking the Lord Jesus Christ and His will, you’ll learn that these things are true as you find your way to victory and peace in Him through faith and obedience.
Tell us more about your spiritual journey and why you believe you’re unequally yoked. What isn’t right? Yes, tell us your story. There is help here for all who call on the Lord in truth.
Paul and Victor
Navigating through the ways of the religious is impossible and leads to loss, but trusting in the Lord leads to good in the end.
A debate rages over marriage and ordination of homosexuals in the Anglican Church of Canada. Several congregations or dioceses are voting to break with the national mother church over the issues. While the people are thankful the votes are a stand of the majority against marriage rights accorded homosexuals as others, they are sad that it has come to having to make such a decision.
Contrary to those who do not have the Spirit of God, love does not find its zenith in the flesh, the physical bed, or even in a marriage. True love is not about sex and sleeping together. Therefore the custom of the husband and wife slumbering together is an unjustified burden, robbing the family of much good, contributing little more than two keeping warm more easily than one when it is cold. Love one another, trash vain and hurtful tradition, get some good sleep, rest, and enjoy one another afresh each day with energy, respect, and love.