Some of the information you have on your pages has been very
helpful as of late. I went to a Bible study last week and was
told I couldn't come back because I didn't want to turn my
life over to Torah (the workbooks and tapes came from FFOZ).
My claim was (and is) that Jesus, and only He, is the Truth
the Life and the Way. I'm afraid it lead to a very heated
debate. I was a bit annoyed because the person who ran the
study didn't run the details of his study past our minister
(your site helped my identify their statement that 'you
[meaning me in this case] are not allowed to challenge what is
on the tape or what the facilitator says as one which could be
attributed to a cultic profile).
You have done some wonderful research on this issue. May I
take a copy of some of the articles to give to my pastor so we
can point out some things to the facilitator of this study?
Thank you for the kind encouragement. I am glad the
information is of value to you. Please feel free to use any
articles or parts thereof to help inform others.
... People need to realize that these things are coming
into the churches. It is and always has been about Christ and
obedience to the Word of God. And Yes, Jesus is the Way, the
Truth and the Life. No one comes to the Father but by Him. Not
by works but by grace are we saved. Praise God!
Every blessing to you as you seek to stand firm in our Lord
and Savior Jesus Christ.
If you don't know Jesus Christ as your Lord and
Savior, and would like some help understanding His gift of
eternal salvation, please contact us. Saying a prayer
won't save you. Believing and repenting of your sins is just the beginning of
walking with Jesus Christ as Lord and
Jesus saith unto him, "I am the way, the truth and
the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by
me." (John 14:6)