To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Saturday, July 09, 2016 9:22 PM
Subject: Please look at Jesus differently than you view him
You can’t get to heaven by pointing out ‘faults’ or climbing upon someone else’s shoulders and drowning them.
You are going upon this salvation thing with sigh a criticism that the most holy people waking are earth are what you see as false teachers. It’s better to know the truth now that when you die. Todd white is pure and about Jesus and GOD all the time. Watch his videos yourself. Don’t comment on a few verses from his site. The devil tried to quote ‘the word’ to the word ( Jesus) and even that was a failure because it was out of context. Don’t verse pluck and point fingers. You will be judged by how you judged. I hope you see the true truth and stop fogging people’s view of who really is a Christian and isn’t.
From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2016 6:53 AM
Subject: Re: Please look at Jesus differently than you view him
“You will be judged by how you judged.”
We judge according to how we’ve been judged, Adam. We’ve been corrected through God’s righteous judgment in Christ (1 Peter 4:17). The beam has been removed from our eyes and we see clearly, speaking the truth.
You, on the other hand, haven’t been corrected by God and don’t know what you’re talking about. You have nothing of substance to show our judgment is in error, yet you condemn it and the work God is doing through us. You’re full of presumption and lies – your speech born of darkness, not light. You’re the one who will now be judged according to your carnal opinion and unrighteous judgment of us.
You follow a false Jesus and blaspheme the True One. Get behind us, Satan.
Paul and Victor
The new birth is one in which we are born of God, born again by His Spirit. Does God sleep? If He doesn’t sleep, and we are in union with Him, born of His Spirit, then how can we ever sleep? Yes, in body we sleep - our outer man perishes - but our new birth in Christ precludes death or sleep of the inner man.
From: Jim To: The Path of Truth Sent: Sunday, December 20, 2015 8:39 PM Subject: On Church Attendance I came across your website this evening and I am intrigued. I haven’t read all that I want to read as yet, but, I will meander through it. I read your article regarding salvation. I scanned the “false doctrines” articles. Here’s my question. I do not attend church regularly. It is in my heart to do that so as to not avoid gathering with other like minded believers. Unfortunately every church in my area either teaches eternal torment for the unbelieving or the church is liberal and accepts just about anything as doctrine. I’m not looking for advice, but I would like your opinion. Thank you, Jim From: Victor Hafichuk To: Jim Sent: Friday, January 01, 2016 1:58 PM Subject: Re: On Church Attendance Hi Jim, Do sheep select their own pastures, food, and companions, or do their shepherds guide and manage them? If Jesus Christ is your Shepherd, then you can be certain He is leading you where you need to be, step by step, everything in its place and time. “God sets the solitary in families: He brings out those which are bound with chains…” But if you’re doing your own thing in His Name, then “the rebellious dwell in a dry land” (Psalms 68:6 KJV). Even though that land is populated by many and apparently prosperous. “Righteous are You, O LORD, when I complain to You; yet I would plead my case before You. Why does the way of the wi...
From: Brian Sent: July 3, 2021 11:39 PM To: Victor Hafichuk Subject: Physical Sabbath keeping, Law, Grace Hi Victor, I have to say something with regards to Sabbath keeping of which I believe The Lord gave me understanding. On 03/07/21 in the morning hours I was finishing reading about tithes and offerings from www.thepathoftruth.com and the highlight for me was that The Lord loves a cheerful giver , one who gives not because he has to but because he wants to. I asked The Lord to give me a heart that gives willingly and cheerfully. Not that I was not willing but that I would always be a willing one, a cheerful one.Then as I relaxed on the bed, I was contemplating my attitude on Sabbath keeping. This 03/07/21 was a Saturday and I was keeping Sabbath as per your teaching. After pondering I came to the conclusion that I was keeping Sabbath not because I wanted to, or desired for that matter but because I had to. I was concerned. I remembered Paul the apostle had addressed the subject of law and faith and read through Romans10 and Galatians, especially from 2:11-...continuing. Then it became clear to me that keeping the Sabbath from Friday evening to Saturday evening is keeping the Law by works. I contemplated it and realised the physical keeping had nothing to do with faith but is a work. You have written on one of the articles on Sabbath from thepathoftruth, https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/sabbath/spiritually-keeping-the-physical-sabbath.htm A section of it ...