To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Sunday, April 24, 2016 1:52 PM
Subject: Clayton Jennings
On face book one of my friends posted a Clayton Jennings rap poem that showed the American flag and of course Clayton Jennings, this was the first time I had ever heard of him and immediately I had an over whelming feeling that he was a fake! I decided to look him up and see how many planes he owns when I discovered your letter to Ally. It’s so obvious, especially when he replied on it. My question is why does it appears so easy for these people to fool so many people?
From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Friday, May 06, 2016 7:04 AM
Subject: Re: Clayton Jennings
Elinda, it could be Clayton Jennings is making a lot of money from his religious ministry – I don’t know and it doesn’t matter. He can be the nicest, most apparently moral and sincere preacher on earth, even giving his body to be burned, but it’s still Clayton’s righteousness on display, which Isaiah described as follows:
“But we are all as the unclean thing, and all our righteousnesses are as a menstruation cloth” (Isaiah 64:6 MKJV).
Why does it appear so easy for people to be fooled?
“And because of this, God will send to them a working of error, for them to believe the lie, that all may be judged, those not believing the truth, but who have delighted in unrighteousness” (2 Thessalonians 2:11-12 LITV).
Clayton has been raised in religion – he’s never had anything from the Lord. Those of us who have something from God have much more at stake – hence the warning:
“Take heed, brothers, lest there be in any of you an evil heart of unbelief, in departing from the living God” (Hebrews 3:12 MKJV).
Paul and Victor
A man sees and speaks from the place where his heart resides. If that place is one of darkness, he does not know the spirit in which he is speaking. But the one in Light will discover it for him, and darkness can no more prevail with Light than death can stop God.
From: Erik To: The Path of Truth Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2016 2:11 PM Subject: A response to Mary Baxter rebuttal Victor Hafichuk & Paul Cohen, I am saddened to read about your slanderous accusations about Mary Baxter. It is obvious that you are trying very hard to come against her testimony because it challenges your belief in universal salvation. Jesus was clear that hell was not made for people but for satan and his demons, but that eternal damnation results for those that reject him. It would be incredibly easy to rebuff all of your statements, but I'll just do one. "I looked at the woman again, and worms were crawling out of the bones of her skeleton. They were not harmed by the fire. Jesus said, 'She knows and feels those worms inside.'" What is the purpose of these creatures? They are specially made to resist fire, to ensure added torment for the souls in Mary's hell, because just burning these sinners forever is not nearly enough. No, they also have to be conscious of the worms that have infested their bodies. This is not the King of kings; it is the torturer of torturers. His passion for cruelty endures forever. Jesus himself describes this torment in the book of Mark. It is super accurate in its correlation to the statement from Mary Baxter's book. What else do you think these worms refer to that Jesus himself describes? Have you never read this passage before? Mark 9:42 42“If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe...
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.