Escape from an apostate church through knowledge of Scriptures.
"They Seem Programmed"
-----Original Message----- Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2009 3:25 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: NAC
Hello, my name is [name omitted]. I recently married into a family who belongs to the NAC. I always found it creepy, that his entire family both sides, attend this church. Early on, I felt this church was similar to a cult. I would even joke about it to my husband, which didnít go over well. I was raised [another christian denomination], but was never really pushed to attend church.
I found your article interesting, because there was times in church where the ďpriestĒ made me raise my eyebrows. I never take Holy Communion, from these so-called priests, which results me receiving stares from people. The people all are very nice, but they seemed to be programmed. Iím glad, I came across you message, now I know Iím not crazy in feeling the way I do.
Thank you for the encouraging email, and I pray that you are encouraged to know that the Scriptures are understandable if we care enough to understand them. Therefore I pray that you will also be encouraged to study the Scriptures thoroughly understanding that there is no hope of salvation for those who live their lives in disobedience to their Creator. If you are at peace with my doing so, I will pray that your family experiences hardship in the NAC that will help drive them out of this deception and into the Scriptures.