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Tragic Deaths Do Come from Sin

Subject: Truth
From: Eric
To: The Path of Truth
Date: 4/2/2015 5:55 PM


 I can see that your bitter, shallow and blind for people who are as bitter as you have a twisted view of scripture. You once said that David Wilkerson an Carter Conlon were false prophets and that true men of God don’t die in accidents; That’s how a 3 year old would view scripture. Your so ignorant I honestly don’t know why I am emailing you. Your deceiving and misleading people. You might say where in scripture do you see a man of God dying accidental? Where do you see it saying that a man of God cant die by way of accident or by disease? It is appointed unto men once to die, but after this judgment. Death happens to all in all different ways. Some wicked people live long, prosperous lives, does that mean their godly? The bible says that you shall no them by their fruit not by how they die. Your obviously bitter and jealous of true men of God. Most likley because of a vice that has you bound. You are separated from the body of Christ in which you call a religious system but it is clearly Gods design. Your a lost sheep severed from the body forming false ideologies and philosophies which are biblically incorrect. Repent of your sins and let God heal you before you die bitter and alone!

From: Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Thursday, April 09, 2015 8:00 AM
To: Eric
Subject: Re: Truth

Talk is cheap, Eric. Show us one godly person in the Scriptures who died in a tragic accident or by a horrible disease. 

And explain what Jesus meant by the following words, if He wasn’t warning of tragedy and destruction to those who didn’t repent:

Luke 13:1-5 MKJV
(1)  And some were present at the same time reporting to Him of the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mixed with their sacrifices.
(2)  And answering, Jesus said to them, Do you suppose that these Galileans were sinners above all the Galileans because they suffered such things?
(3)  I tell you, No. But unless you repent, you will all likewise perish.
(4)  Or those eighteen on whom the tower in Siloam fell and killed them, do you think that they were sinners above all men who lived in Jerusalem?
(5)  I tell you, No. But unless you repent, you will all likewise perish.


From: Terri Cabreros
Sent: April-10-15 10:00 AM
To: Eric
Subject: Truth response

Hi Eric

Having known Victor and Paul for the past 5 years, I felt compelled to write you. The Lord brought me to The Path of Truth website in 2009 at which time I began corresponding with Victor. One of the first things Victor told me was “you know what you need to do” and with the Lord’s rebuke, scourging and correction through Victor and Paul, I came to confess my sins (stealing, lying, fornication, an abortion, etc), repent of them and begin my walk of faith on the Lord’s Holy Road.  By no means has it been easy, I tried walking away a few times, my flesh not wanting to “come clean” but the Lord kept bringing me back and though I still have my struggles, I believe the Lord and He has made it clear that Victor and Paul are His.
As for the death of a “christian,” a week ago Sunday, my nephew lost his father in a horrific motorcycle accident in which he flew over his handlebars with such force, one of his boots remained in his foot pedal.  His head impacted the asphalt so hard, the paramedics reported the back of his head was “mush”. He was alive for a while and then stopped breathing but the paramedics had to stop doing chest compressions because every time they pressed down on his chest, blood would spurt. They reported that there was so much blood on the asphalt, they estimate that he lost over a liter of blood.
For years this man had a very bad back problem. He was on some very powerful drugs that the doctors told him that he shouldn’t be driving at all. But Darryl always did what he wanted, when he wanted and nitpicked everything till he got his way.  He was a very bitter, angry, resentful man, moreso towards his ex-wife (my cousin) whom he felt should not have received any of “his money” in their divorce 7 years ago.
Darryl was a very devout Catholic, went to church every Sunday and served as an altar servant and was well known by the church leaders. His funeral services will be next Friday and I can almost guarantee you that the church leaders will talk about how much God loves Darryl, how devoted a servant he was and how he is now with the Lord.

When I heard of Darryl’s death  (within 3 hours of the accident) and how he died, questions I kept asking myself is:
1) If Darryl was the Lord’s, if he was His devoted servant, why would Darryl die in such a horrific, tragic way?  Why would the Lord allow that?  
2) Why did Darryl die with so much bitterness, anger, resentment?  
3) If his church leaders were the Lord’s and if they knew him so well, why didn’t they lead him to confession and repentance and to forgiveness, like Victor and Paul led me to?
The Lord told me why…through the teachings at TPOT…because Darryl died in his sins…his unconfessed, unrepented of sins. All the choices he made in his life, being a law unto himself…in all self-righteousness, led up to his ultimate demise. We suffer the consequences of our actions.  We are our own worst enemies.
But the Good News ( is, by God’s grace, there is still Hope for Darryl.  He will eventually be brought to repentance and redeemed as will all…in their time.  How can we not rejoice?

“For it is written, ‘As I live, says the Lord, every knee shall bow to Me, and every tongue shall confess to God'” (Romans 14:11 MKJV)

May the Lord guide you and show you His truth.

Terri Cabreros

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