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2023-02-01 Victor Hafichuk on Marriage Before The Lord...
Marcin, people are being tried and things are coming to light, as they always do. As a result, I see hidden things I didn’t see before. We ought not to judge by appearances, which we are often inclined to do.

Those who are lying will be exposed and those who are innocent will be vindicated in due time. Both sides must work hand in hand until they’re complete. You can be sure of that; therefore, we can put our trust in the Lord Who works all these things.

What I primarily wanted to see was how seriously you took a vow to God, mistaken or otherwise. It isn’t the kind of thing you say, “Whoops! I made a mistake, sorry!” or “Yes, I’ve sinned, I hope You’ll forgive me.”

Making an oath to God is most serious. Remember Jephthah, who knew the gravity of his rash decision. The only person who can nullify an oath to God is God Himself to Whom the oath is made and not the one making the oath or anyone else.

This same principle God works with men. If two people agree to an oath, neither one can pull out of it except with the permission of the other. Otherwise, the oath, promise, or agreement is permanent. Here, I speak not of you and Amber but of you and God.

I believe that if you had stuck to your oath, as hasty, lusty, and evil as it was or as evil as the one to whom you committed yourself, sealing it to boot, things would work out to a proper end.

Now, we must see what the Lord will do from here. Are you prepared to do His will no matter what? Will you permit Him to make the judgment or will you insist on judging yourself, others, whoever they may be, and your situation? Choose life so you may live, or choose death. But why wouldn’t you choose life? Do that! I see no other viable alternative. Do you?

Has the Lord made the final judgment as you either declare or seem to assume? Have there been two or three separate and independent witnesses to confirm?

This I say, if God sees you worthy of forgiveness and deliverance from your prison and wickedness of flippant words to Him, we’ll know it, and I for one will want to see it the way He sees it, what He does with it, and to stand with him with whom the Lord stands.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/letters/marriage-before-the-lord.htm#comment-63494

2023-02-01 Victor Hafichuk on Marriage Before The Lord...
Marcin, people are being tried and things are coming to light, as they always do. As a result, I see hidden things I didn’t see before. We ought not to judge by appearances, which we are often inclined to do.

Those who are lying will be exposed and those who are innocent will be vindicated in due time. Both sides must work hand in hand until they’re complete. You can be sure of that; therefore, we can put our trust in the Lord Who works all these things.

What I primarily wanted to see was how seriously you took a vow to God, mistaken or otherwise. It isn’t the kind of thing you say, “Whoops! I made a mistake, sorry!” or “Yes, I’ve sinned, I hope You’ll forgive me.” Making an oath to God is most serious. Remember Jehu, who knew the gravity of his rash decision. The only person who can nullify an oath to God is God Himself to Whom the oath is made and not the one making the oath or anyone else.

This same principle God works with men. If two people agree to an oath, neither one can pull out of it except with the permission of the other. Otherwise, the oath, promise, or agreement is permanent. Here, I speak not of you and Amber but of you and God.

I believe that if you had stuck to your oath, as hasty, lusty, and evil as it was or as evil as the one to whom you committed yourself, sealing it to boot, things would work out to a proper end. Now, we must see what the Lord will do from here. Are you prepared to do His will no matter what? Will you permit Him to make the judgment or will you insist on judging yourself, others, whoever they may be, and your situation? Choose life so you may live, or choose death. But why wouldn’t you choose life? Do that! I see no other viable alternative. Do you?

Has the Lord made the final judgment as you either declare or seem to assume? Have there been two or three separate and independent witnesses to confirm?

This I say, if God sees you worthy of forgiveness and deliverance from your prison and wickedness of flippant words to Him, we’ll know it, and I for one will want to see it the way He sees it, what He does with it, and to stand with him with whom the Lord stands.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/letters/marriage-before-the-lord.htm#comment-63493

2023-02-01 Martin VanPopta on Mundane Matters of Importance...
Just to be clear. There a number of good reasons to plan the birth times of children.

There are also effective and harmless ways of doing so. Abstinence during the fertility window is one option. If you’re interested, do the research.

It is not our stance that married couples should never doing anything to control whether or not they conceive children.

We are obviously against abortion and pharmaceutical contraception.

Ultimately, you’ll have to know from the Lord what to do, but I don’t believe Nicholas gave you good direction with his leading question.

He is not married, hasn’t had children, and doesn’t have the wisdom or understanding to advise on this matter.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/mundane-matters-of-importance.htm#comment-63492

2023-02-01 Terri Cabreros on Francine Boissel – Choosing Death Over Life...
Francine Boissel’s last 2 responses are vomit inducing.
She spews religion and no reality. It was very hard to read.

I do not and cannot condemn her as I was like her at one time, very religious until the Lord gave me grace to receive His reality. He did that through Victor and the Lord’s website The Path of Truth for which I am VERY thankful.

What was amazing to me is, she (and her family) suffers the wrath of God but feels she is in a position to condemn and judge Victor?! Wow!

In closing, she says:
“If I have spoken to you by the Spirit of God, then the kingdom of God has come near you!”

She’s given herself over to strong delusion, not knowing she speaks by the spirit of Satan and his kingdom.

She had hope by the Lord’s grace and she trashed it.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/letters/francine-boissel-choosing-death-over-life#comment-63491

2023-01-23 Lukas Praetorius on Confession of Sin...
Your answer clarified many things for me, not only because of my question. Thank you Victor

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/confession-of-sin.htm#comment-63490

2023-01-21 Victor Hafichuk on Confession of Sin...
Lukas, speaking of sins of ignorance, there’s a difference between something that wasn’t a sin when you committed it and you didn’t know any differently, and something that is sin to you because of new knowledge, understanding, and conscience.

Some things are always sin – like adultery or murder, things with evil intent. Other things are a matter of conviction or circumstance.

“If any man doubts when he eats, it is sin to him,” Paul writes. That same eating may not be sin without any doubting involved. Your financial consulting may fall into that category, for example.

God is not requiring you to cleanse your past so much as to have you repent of it and of your present evil. I’m not talking about entire restitution, otherwise, there’s no end to it – it’s impossible.

Sin is not only a matter of fact but can be a matter of conviction.

Did Saul go around making restitution to all the saints he had persecuted? In his zeal, he had done what he honestly thought was right before God. He said that as touching the Law, he was blameless (Philippians 3:5,6). For that, God forgave him.

Also, a matter of motive: What was once not sin by nature in your understanding can be sin with new understanding, and what was once sin becomes not sin with God’s enlightenment.

God does not make you responsible by a new understanding for sins not formerly designated or declared as sins by Him. He holds you responsible for sins that were always sins. It’s a matter of the heart. It’s not a matter of redeeming an old heart and world with their works but one of having the heart replaced with a new one.

Ezekiel 36:26-27

King James Version

26 A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit will I put within you: and I will take away the stony heart out of your flesh, and I will give you a heart of flesh.
27 And I will put My spirit within you, and cause you to walk in My statutes, and ye shall keep My judgments, and do them.

Trust the Lord; commit your way, not your compensation and correction, to Him as your Redeemer. You can’t go wrong with Him or substitute anything else for Him.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/confession-of-sin.htm#comment-63489

2023-01-21 Nicholas Carpenter on Confession of Sin...
I honestly couldn’t tell that it’s your 2nd language, and had the impression you’d moved on from being a financial advisor. I was just making a point is all.

Also, you aught to listen to this song. It’s pretty fitting for the topics. https://www.victorhafichuk.com/recordings/to-do-or-not-to-do/

We just gotta look at each circumstance individually, looking to the Lord for His judgements. Thankfully He’s provided Victor and Martin to judge and lead by His Spirit too, which is very helpful.

Regarding the Lord speaking through me, I don’t know, I’ve just learned a lot about Him from this website, Victor and Martin, and am sharing what He’s given me over the years. If such is the case though, I’m grateful to have that privilege.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/confession-of-sin.htm#comment-63488

2023-01-21 Lukas Praetorius on Confession of Sin...
Good Sabbath Nicholas. 
I don’t know if it’s my limited English skills (I’m not a native speaker), so I worded it wrong or you misunderstood me. I just want to clarify that I no longer work as a financial advisor. So in my question I was referring primarily to how I dealt with the past.

I still don’t understand exactly why it should be ok to work where my work supports a lot of bad things (maybe in the pharmaceutical industry, as was mentioned as an example in the conversation you linked). On the other hand, things are wrong where we support evil e.g. eating fast food. But that’s my human logic again.

In any case, I had the impression at that time that the Lord wanted me to stop with the job as an financial advisor and guided me so individually. I am grateful that the Lord sent a man of God, Victor, to bring me judgment and direction on this and many other matters, and that He speaks to me through you as well. I long for the Lord to set up his kingdom for everyone to see, even if my idea of ​​it is so naive and there are still many judgments and fires to come for myself.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/confession-of-sin.htm#comment-63487

2023-01-21 Nicholas Carpenter on Confession of Sin...
Good Sabbath Lukas! An appropriate name as you’ve lightened up my days recently.

I see you accusing yourself of stealing, and the point Victor and Martin were getting at with my judgement of Michael is basically what you wrote out here. I just went so far in that circumstance as to accuse my brother Michael of evil, which was unacceptable and presumptuous, as well as incorrect.

I honestly wonder of it wouldn’t be fine for you to continue selling insurance, just without purchasing any yourself, and with willingness to be honest with your customers as circumstances arise. How many times have the righteous profited off of the unbelief of the heathen? I’m reminded of Abraham’s wars, Jacob manipulating sheep so he’d keep more, along with examples you red of in the comments (to an extent), and this paper , https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/white-lies-approved-by-god.htm

I don’t know though, so, the Lord’s will be done.

I hope I haven’t confused you Lukas. My goals were to show you that you can only trust the Lord to sort these matters out, to critique the logic you used, and show you the breadth of the Lord’s ways.

And while I don’t fully understand the reasoning of Victor’s judgement, it’s from the Lord, even if Victor may technically be wrong.

Wasn’t Abraham wrong for commanding his wife to lie, twice? Yet the Lord blessed them despite that with many new goods, and Sarah is considered an example for all women to follow because she obeyed Abraham, calling him ‘lord’.

Victor is like the judges of Israel’s past. Even the start of a new phase, where the world returns to a theocracy.

His judgements stand, and in this particular case, I don’t see anything to show that Victor is misunderstanding anything, or wrong.

I recall that law about judges, that, whatever they say goes.

Deu 17:8  If there arises a matter too hard for you in judgment, between blood and blood, between plea and plea, and between stroke and stroke, being matters of controversy within your gates; then you shall arise, and go up to the place which Yahweh your God chooses.
Deu 17:9  You shall come to the priests who are Levites, and to the judge who shall be in those days. You shall inquire, and they shall give you the verdict.
Deu 17:10  You shall do according to the decisions of the verdict which they shall give you from that place which Yahweh chooses. You shall observe to do according to all that they shall teach you:
Deu 17:11  according to the decisions of the law which they shall teach you, and according to the judgment which they shall tell you, you shall do. You shall not turn away from the sentence which they shall show you, to the right hand, nor to the left.
Deu 17:12  The man who does presumptuously, in not listening to the priest who stands to minister there before Yahweh your God, or to the judge, even that man shall die. You shall put away the evil from Israel.
Deu 17:13  All the people shall hear, and fear, and do no more presumptuously.

This is the caliber of Victor and Martin’s judgements, so, while he opened this matter to debate, unless someone can show how he ers here with Godly reason, then I’d say you got nothing to worry about regarding making restitutions, Lukas.

And if I’m wrong somehow, someone will have to explain it to me.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/confession-of-sin.htm#comment-63486

2023-01-19 Lukas Praetorius on Confession of Sin...
I have read the comments. I’m having a hard time grasping what the point is that Martin and Victor are talking about . It seemed to me that your contributions made sense, but contrary to my expectations, Victor and Martin rebuked them. I think this is where the problem lies with myself, which I can see in Martin’s words in your conversation: “You’ve got the general “form of Godliness” down pat, but you don’t understand the power thereof.” and “You are as Job’s comforters, accusing with the Letter of the Law, but having no understanding of the Spirit, Who is that Law.”

I try to understand the law of God with my carnal mind and act accordingly. But in many ways I still have no understanding of the spirit and cling to the letter of the law. When I act on that basis, I come only to a form of godliness, but not to power and an actual reality of faith that comes from the Lord.

That may lead me to the answer to my question for Victor. I have to stop trying to understand God with my mind and how to keep his laws. He wants me to seek Him myself and He will show me what to do. In every single question, be it confession, restitution, keeping the law, he will give me the answer if I believe and obey in the things, which he has clearly shown me up to that point. If I do something wrong it’s like Martin said to you: “The Lord is over your mistakes as much as your successes” .Then it no longer depends on me and my logic. I ask the Lord to give me this.

Of course it makes sense what you say about replying, so I’ll do it in the future.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/confession-of-sin.htm#comment-63485

2023-01-18 Nicholas Carpenter on Confession of Sin...
Glad to be of service Lukas. It’s a blessing from the Lord for both of us. And you’ve been kind so far, which is refreshing.

Did you read those comments I mentioned in the Sabbath section? I’d like to hear your thoughts on those as I’m fairly sure all of it will help clarify what Victor is talking about. The one that starts with Nathan Boulet in particular is the one I’m thinking of.

I’d tell you more, but I love seeing what people find on their own.

Also, if you could reply in this thread with the reply button, it’ll keep the site from being cluttered up.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/confession-of-sin.htm#comment-63484

2023-01-18 Lukas Praetorius on Confession of Sin...
Victor, thanks for your reply. I’ve thought about it and ask the Lord and I can’t see any bad intentions in the situation at that time. However, I don’t know if I understand you correctly. Isn’t it the case that we are also responsible for sins of ignorance? Wasn’t what I did a violation of the law, at least of the commandment “Thou shalt not steal”? Should a doctor who vaccinated people in good faith and later realizes that this was bad, not have to confess a sin or make amends? I don’t really get it. 

Nicholas, your answer encouraged me to follow my conscience, even though I often find it confusing and uncertain, it is good to know that the Lord is in full control. I pray that he gives me faith in him. I remember that Victor also wrote to me in his first email “Your conscience will tell you whether you’ve done enough or the right thing”, that’s why I don’t have to understand the matter exactly, just believe and obey. I ask him to guide my conscience and give me the strength to do what I have to do. 

I`m thankful that the Lord gives me so many answers through you, God bless you! 

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/confession-of-sin.htm#comment-63483

2023-01-17 Nicholas Carpenter on Confession of Sin...
I think whichever way you go is going to have to be according to your conscience before the Lord, Lucas.

I’m reminded of advice Martin Vanpopta gave me a long time ago, early in our relationship, and my walk with the Lord.

The situation I asked about before this isn’t important, but here is his counsel, which I think you’ll find handy.

“Nicholas, ask the Lord and trust Him to direct you. If you make the wrong move, you’ll find out. The Lord is over your mistakes as much as your successes.

I wouldn’t put any hope in these folks receiving the Lord. Anything is possible, but keep in mind that your obligation to your employer is primarily to work, not to preach. If things come up because the Lord is directing it, you’ll know it.

If you make a big mess of things, just keep going and the Lord will take care of you, so long as your after His Righteousness.

Maybe this counsel is more general than you hoped for, but we’ve never experienced any profit in “telling people what to do”.

We’ll leave it in the Lord’s hands. It’s between you and Him.”

Since then, I have received specific counsel for a few things, but that’s because the Lord does what He does.

I can identify your struggles with the past too Lucas. It’s a rough thing, but nothing the Lord doesn’t handle with ease.

Im also reminded of a variety of comments Martin made to me.

If you read the comments in the following link, you’ll find some very good counsel. It wasn’t my best moment, but I learned a great deal from it.

https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/sabbath/index.htm

Thanks for asking good questions 🙂

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/confession-of-sin.htm#comment-63481

2023-01-16 Victor Hafichuk on Confession of Sin...
Lukas, if you didn’t mean the business transactions for evil, if you didn’t deceive or coerce them, or do something you knew was wrong at the time, then I don’t see that you have any responsibility under God or in His sight. No problem.

We all have a past full of ignorance, stupidity, lack of skill, and naivety, not knowing any better. We change as we learn. It doesn’t mean we have to respond to our past as though we knew better then. That was then and this is now. It is good that you’re considering these things, though.

I invite others to participate in this subject and debate this matter if you will, in case I am misunderstanding your question or issue.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/confession-of-sin.htm#comment-63480

2023-01-16 Lukas Praetorius on Confession of Sin...
I have a question about restitution for my own sins.
A few years ago I worked in financial consulting, kind of a network marketing thing. In the meantime the Lord has shown me that I can trust in Him alone and that therefore do not need any insurance. The question now is, how I should deal with my job at that time, which didn’t last long, but some friends bought shares and insurance through me. I had no fraudulent intentions and if I hadn’t realized for God’s sake, I would still have the products I sold them.
I definitely want to reach out to people and tell them to trust in the Lord (they all claim to be believers) and don’t need insurance and I’m sorry I counseled them that way at that time. But I don’t know what else the Lord is asking of me. I’m wondering if I shouldn’t refund them. Perhaps I should give them back the profit I made from them, or should I reimburse them for any contributions they’ve paid since then? That would be quite a lot of money, but if the Lord wants it, then it’s supposed to be like that. Or should I only reimburse them the money if they want to cancel the insurance now, but not if they keep it. I’m not sure what to do, maybe one of you has some advice?

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/confession-of-sin.htm#comment-63479

2023-01-15 Nicholas Carpenter on Mundane Matters of Importance...
I’m glad that short question cleared it up for you, and that you’re learning at the Lord’s site. 🙂

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/mundane-matters-of-importance.htm#comment-63478

2023-01-15 Lukas Praetorius on Mundane Matters of Importance...
Hi Nicholas, thank you for your question which made me realize that there is no justification before God wich is not a result of unbelief. For example, “I wouldn’t be able to take care of the child then” and other excuses. I am ashamed that I have questioned what the Lord has shown me before on this subject and doubted his guidance. Your question was enough to correct me, thank you.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/mundane-matters-of-importance.htm#comment-63477

2023-01-13 Victor Hafichuk on Mi Historia...
Good to hear, Nixon! Faith is the victory.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/spanish/victor_spanish.htm#comment-63476

2023-01-13 Nicholas Carpenter on Mundane Matters of Importance...
Hi Lukas.

Do you have a reason that the Lord would see as justifying the action of keeping a child from being born?

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/mundane-matters-of-importance.htm#comment-63475

2023-01-13 Lukas Praetorius on Mundane Matters of Importance...
I could not find much on the subject of contraception in marriage on this site. The clearest advice was in Victor’s article “Mundane Matters of Importance” not to use pharmaceutical contraceptives. Conversely, that would mean for me that natural ones are ok (if such exist at all). I have decided for my wife and me that we do not want to use contraception because we think that the Lord wants it that way for us. But we are not absolutely sure about it.

Maybe it’s a silly question whose answer is obvious, but what do you think about this topic?

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/teachings/mundane-matters-of-importance.htm#comment-63474

2023-01-12 nixon on Mi Historia...
I identify a lot with the part of the sin of masturbation, there was a time when I fought with my strength to overcome it, I told myself “I am a warrior of the Lord, I can defeat him.” However, I did not realize the mistake I was making, I clung to religion thinking that this was the way out, until God brought me to this website and it was as if a veil had disappeared, I understood what it means to leave the burdens to Christ (who had already overcome all sin), as a result, all desire for this problem disappeared, it seemed “magic”, I keep asking the Lord to guide me and remove all evil from my being, to perfect me in his love. Many blessings to all, I am happy that the Lord has brought me here.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/spanish/victor_spanish.htm#comment-63473

2023-01-07 Stephen Beiler on Home Page...
I appreciate you posting this, Ronnie!

Quoting Victor “Genesis 12:3. We are Abraham’s seed. Let it be according to the Promised Word of God”. Amen!,

After reading the correspondences with Manny, a line from one of Victor’s songs comes to mind “There’s nothing left to say”.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/#comment-63472

2023-01-06 Amber on Marriage Before The Lord...
This might sound crazy because I don’t know what you believe about all this, but here’s some of what God did: the first week we met my life-long problems of migraines, hyperthyroidism, high blood pressure, all of it disappeared in one day. I used to wear glasses. My eyes healed in one day and I don’t wear glasses anymore. I used to have lupus and be allergic to the sun. I had to wear SPF 110+ or long sleeves. Within that week, I got my first tan, and I don’t wear sunscreen anymore. The lupus is gone. I had a life-long problem with depression, and that took some time to go away, but it’s completely gone. I lost 85 pounds in about a year. I hadn’t had a period for over 5 years (before I was with Michael) and the doctors said I would never have kids, but one day we prayed about it and it all healed and now I can have kids. God even used the sickness I had in August to somehow end up curing me from my life-long problem of constipation. I was about to die with Michael and now I’m more healthy than basically everyone I know. It is impossible how quickly and well I’ve recovered emotionally from that first relationship. I forgave Michael a long time and I don’t have any anger toward him. When I say God used this relationship to heal me, I mean God HEALED me in basically every single way. Even the sicknesses and hard times ended up being for good. I know it wasn’t Marcin, it was God, but I’ve never even heard of anything like the things that were happening to us. That’s just some of the physical stuff that happened to me, there’s other stuff, and Marcin has his own stuff he can share if he wants. It’s a huge story and I love telling people all of the amazing things, but a lot of people don’t care or get offended. We were doing our best to put God first. I’m not sure how he forgot about the miracles or decided that we were being fake. It wasn’t fake. Even if he was being fake (I don’t believe that) God still used his fakeness. Real miracles were happening all the time. We had normal disagreements, like normal people, but even during the hard times, like when I was sick for a month and his loss of job, good things came out of it. I know I’m not even close to being perfect and have a lot of things to work on like I’m still too impulsive, but I think comparing this relationship to my first relationship just doesn’t work.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/letters/marriage-before-the-lord.htm#comment-63471

2023-01-06 Amber on Marriage Before The Lord...
Hi Karen, I’m on good terms with most people, but I do have more internal strife than I would like. I can be impulsive and emotional. I don’t know how to make it better. I’ve tried a lot of things but nothing has helped.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/letters/marriage-before-the-lord.htm#comment-63470

2023-01-05 Karen on Marriage Before The Lord...
Hi Amber, I don’t mean to divert attention away from a conversation directed at Victor. I read through this page a couple of times and considered responding the other day, but put it off. There are several things in this that touch on my own life experiences. For instance, my first boyfriend was also abusive. I know what it is like to be young and have foolish ideas about love and end up in bondage. You say that you got into a marriage with Micheal because he manipulated and lied to you, you were naive, and were were blinded by empathy. This led to a marriage that put you into bondage for several years. But as I read Marcin’s perspective, Marcin describes a similar pattern in his relationship with you: he felt empathy for you, he wanted to be your rescuer and savior, but once married felt like he was in bondage. In Marcin’s last comment he says: “I have never had this kind of strife in my life, before Amber. She seems to have strife with everyone and everything.” Can you comment on this? Do you have patterns of strife with people in your life as Marcin says? I hope that you are both sincere about looking to God for help.  Whether Marcin and you remain married or not, only God can truly heal you, give you freedom, stability, and fulfillment, not Marcin.

Comment link: https://www.thepathoftruth.com/letters/marriage-before-the-lord.htm#comment-63469

2023-01-05 Amber on Marriage Before The Lord...
@victor Victor, it seems to me that Marcin feels justified leaving me because of quotes he’s taking from your other articles, as if those other articles trump the article that directly deals with him. Do they? You mentioned that people can try to prove you wrong and change your mind at the end of what you wrote above. Marcin hasn’t responded to anyone, and I had the thought that maybe he is waiting for a response from you, since he is trying to change your mind. I’ve also been wondering what you think of what he said.

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