To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2016 8:20 PM
While surfing the net for a daily devotional this morning I came across your website for the first time.
After a bit I found my thoughts drawn to Ephesians 4:10
If you have a devotional for one day this week which is expressed in the spirit of “speaking the truth in love,” would you mind sharing it with me.
Harold, Vernon, BC
From: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Friday, July 08, 2016 7:19 AM
Subject: Re: devotional
“He Who descended is the same also as He Who ascended up far above all heavens, that He might fill all things” (Ephesians 4:10 MKJV).
We don’t have “devotionals,” but we do have a whole website of
”speaking the truth in love,” along with a Forum (register from any page) where you can learn about our various meetings. We also share some of our correspondence privately by email, if you’re interested. Let us know.
From: Mata To: The Path of Truth Sent: Monday, November 07, 2016 5:40 PM Subject: Abusive vegan teenagers I didn't mind that my two teenage girls became vegan, it meant less sweets and more veggies. After a short while they became very aggressive to me insisting that I follow there path.!. My remark to a string of abusive words were: 'stress kills.....don't stress me out.' They were both more polite and kind before turning vegan. A frustrated mum. From: Paul Cohen To: Mata Cc: Victor Hafichuk Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2016 7:28 AM Subject: Re: Abusive vegan teenagers Perhaps you should mind that your daughters joined the pagan cult of veganism, Mata. You wouldn’t approve of other harmful practices in your home, would you, like smoking crack? Veganism is more insidious, because it destroys physically and spiritually while its practitioners are proud of the destruction they’re sowing and reaping. Crackheads rarely try to convert their mums. If your daughters’ diets were poor in the past, veganism could be an improvement, no doubt, but to a degree and only for the short term. You’re already seeing fallout from this diet, because its philosophy is gravely corrupt and affects all levels of being. You should be looking into and implementing true principles of health for yourself and your family, as much as possible. Do you not believe in your Lord and Creator, Who put you on earth to live and prosper according to His laws and ways? Christian Physi...
From: Coral To: The Path of Truth Sent: Monday, September 05, 2016 5:56 PM Subject: Seeking Answers Gentlemen and Brothers in Christ: I am confused about some teachings at Church. We are beginning a new Bible Study this Fall…except it isn’t from the Bible. It is based on a book by Joyce Meyer, Battlefield of the Mind. My concern is: 1) Even though a man is teaching the class, he is using a book written by a woman (whom I believe to be not walking as she should). Doesn’t that fall under a woman usurping a man’s authority? And 2) Why would a Bible Study not be from the Word of God? Why do people feel like they need something other than the Word? I really don’t want to “start” something and I don’t know who to ask. I have questions about our Elders being qualified to serve so I’m at a loss. I look forward to your advice. In Christian Love, Coral From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk To: Coral Sent: Friday, September 09, 2016 7:39 AM Subject: Re: Seeking Answers Hi Coral, These postings on our site will answer your question about Joyce Meyer and women teaching in the Body of Christ: Meyer, Joyce: Segment in "What Kind of Faith Do You Have?" Diabolical Doctrines: Women Are Ministers of God in Spiritual Authority over Men As for the technicality of discussing a book on spiritual matters found in the Scriptures as a “Bible study,” that’s not really an issue. The issue is whether the book is in harmony with the Bible, coming from the ...
From: Kelly To: The Path of Truth Sent: Thursday, December 31, 2015 12:01 PM Subject: Hi! I attend TSC Hi! I'm 52 yrs of age. I've spent most of my life seeking Truth. The Lord is good! Peter failed, but chose to be forgiven over & over & over. Paul & the disciples were not always correct, but they submitted to grace. My experience at TSC is the same. All churches are run by humans who are not always speaking for The Lord. If it were a 100% all the time submission we would all eventually end up on auto-pilot. Or end up worshipping the Staff & not The Lord. It's a 'living' word because we have to always be collecting more manna. I have had The Lord speak directly just to me through the pastors at TSC, I have also witnessed times when I was pretty sure that they were speaking from the flesh. Yes, the Bible says that teachers are held accountable for what they say, but! The hearer is also called to 1.) pray for those in authority 2.) pray for wisdom & insight to know when a word is from The Lord or not 3.) spend time alone with The Lord. (In the banking industry, tellers who are money handlers can tell a counterfeit bill by simply handling lots of legitimate bills, they know the difference through experience.) There have been times at TSC when I say, "Lord, I think he is speaking in the flesh." & then I lift it up to The Lord. A week later, that same Pastor will admit & apologize for speaking in the flesh. It's The Lord! We are calle...