If You Can Fold A Paper Airplane . . . . . . . Does that Mean You Are An Aerospace Engineer?

We took a break this week from our usual routine, and meandered down to Pensacola, Florida, to lounge around various beach restaurants, visit the Naval Air Station, and last but not least, to pay my respects to the late Dr. Peter S. Ruckman, by visiting his Bible Baptist Bookstore. So here goes with some thoughts which floated around my mind during that brief, but peaceful interlude.

The term higher education is defined on the internet as education beyond high school. However, I come from a different approach to education. I learned to read, write, and do arithmetic at age six; thus I was always under the impression that  higher education was learning acquired past the first grade. On my father’s side of the family, his German heritage prevailed.  My family came to America before the Revolutionary War, bringing an orderly, reasoning, odd combination of authoritarianism and individualism with them.

I was interested to learn that Germans were slow to embrace the English language, and so in the beginning, they enjoyed publishing newspapers in their native language.  My uncle at age 14 founded the newspaper which became the primary support for my family for more than 50 years. My Dad helped to support his parents when he was in high school.  My mother left home at age 13 to help support her family. Self-employment forces a person to appropriate knowledge, whether intellectual or hands-on, as a survival mechanism.

I applied this philosophy early on in my life, and while I have taken some college classes, I do not have a college degree.  Yet despite this lack of formal training, I had at one time several persons working under my direction who held Master’s degrees in business and accounting. All this is to explain why I constantly encourage Christians to study the Bible for one’s self.  There is no substitute for sitting down, trying to work something out in your own mind, rather than engaging in the common modern practice of passively listening to radio or TV broadcasters who speak nothing but religious clichés.

Based on real experiences with Germans,  the joke is that they follow the dictum that if you do something the hardest way possible, it must be right. Of course that can be a fault indeed, particularly when their Higher Criticism methods are used to overturn the Scriptures.  But this week I visited the National Naval Aviation Museum at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida, and guess who designed the world’s first jet fighter?  You see, if you fold a paper airplane the hardest way possible, it makes a Messerschmitt Me 262.

One day at work (once upon a time, of course), all of us were supposed to be writing detailed job procedures; a task which we all hated.  And then from someone higher up the line, came the order that we were to draw flow charts, as well. So one of my co-workers drew two boxes with an arrow in between, and labeled the first box  In and the second box Out.

Meanwhile I had been busy taping pieces of paper together which overflowed over the desk top, both in the horizontal and the vertical directions, drawn with a myriad of boxes meant to represent real life in detail.  My co-worker came over and looked at my flow chart, and said, “Jacquie, what is wrong with you?  You make life too complicated. Just give them an inbox and an outbox!!!”  So I replied, “Laugh all you want, I now know how to embezzle a million bucks and get away with it”.

So for years I have been fighting this tendency to be overly analytical; and on May 16th of this year, I think I finally mastered it.   I had been alerted to listen to a Christian Alternative Media radio host who was ranting incoherently against several persons.   This particular radio host warned his listeners to get their children away from the radio.  It seems he was out to get someone or other. I listened to part of his vent for a few minutes; it was blah, blah, blah, and then he called someone douggie doo, blah, blah, blah, he seemed offended that someone had been talking about higher education (of all things!), blah, blah, blah….so I clicked the radio broadcast off.  Inbox—>Outbox. The alternative to the futility of listening to that radio show is rather simple; instead, study Proverbs 21:24 which simply says, Proud and haughty scorner is his name, who dealeth in proud wrath. 

Now one does not have to be an intellectual to believe in the Lord Jesus Christ. In fact, Intellectualism is idolatry, for I Corinthians 1:21 begins by saying, “For after that in the wisdom of God, the world by wisdom knew not God“. Yet, in seeking for truth of any kind in a world gone mad, George Orwell had one of his characters say in his 1984 novel, After reading it he knew better than before that he was not mad.  Being in a minority, even a minority of one, did not make you mad.  There was truth, and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth, even against the whole world, you were not mad.

If you want a sound mind, ponder 2 Timothy 1:7 which says, For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.

Throughout the Bible, we find that God expects mankind to use the God-given abilities which are granted them at birth. This naturally varies from person to person, so that more is expected from the person who has been given much. Now as much as the Christian Alternative Media is always claiming that everyone but them is dumbed down,  why is it that they repeatedly publish and promote books which are some of the most boring, insipid,  shallow “scholarship” in the English-speaking world? And then if one dares to ask a simple question regarding the thesis of one of these books, the response is that the author is a genius, and if you don’t understand it, you must be El Stupido. Having a fan club which routinely gives the book a five star on Amazon.com, does nothing to prove that there is any solid matter between the front and back covers of the book, not to mention the reviewer’s mind.

These hysterical story telling Christian Alternative News radio hosts have a bad habit of trying to paralyze their listeners’ minds with fear.  Fear is a self-protective mechanism which arises when we sense imminent danger. Persons whose livelihoods involve dangerous situations have to be trained not to fear, so that they can still think under high pressure conditions.  The LORD and His Son Jesus Christ repeatedly say throughout the Scriptures, “Fear not”.  It is imperative that Christians train their minds to fear not, even though we know that fearful times are around the corner. While it is always prudent to materially prepare for an unknown future, it is even more prudent to strengthen our faith in Jesus Christ, whether our circumstances be favorable or unfavorable.

I find Christian Alternative media radio broadcasting interesting because it tends to be directed towards older or middle aged Christians, who grew up listening to the radio. The younger generation for the most part is inclined to prefer visual media of some kind. There are of course exceptions to this general observation of mine.

Romans 10:17 says, So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. There is a hearing which comes through the physical ears, and a hearing which has to do with the heart, for Jesus Christ says in Matthew 13:15, For this people’s heart is waxed gross, and their ears are dull of hearing, and their eyes they have closed; lest at any time they should see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and should understand with their heart, and should be converted, and I should heal them. He goes on to say in the same chapter, verse 23, But he that received seed into the good ground is he that heareth the word, and understandeth it;  which also beareth fruit, and bringeth forth, some an hundredfold, some sixty, some thirty.

In the past year or so, I have documented the words of various persons in the Christian Alternative Media in order to compare and contrast their communications with the Bible, American law, sound accounting practices, and other types of commonly accepted standards. In some instances, I resorted to using satire in order to portray the ridiculous scenarios which are being broadcast in the name of God.

Christian Alternative Media radio and TV has reduced modern American Christianity to hysterical story telling, key trigger words and clichés. These Christian Sloths constantly speak nothing but platitudes in spite of the warning against this in 2 Timothy 2:15-16 which says, Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.  But shun profane and vain babblings:  for they will increase unto more ungodliness. Are you aware that all modern English translations of the Bible have eliminated the command to study in this verse?  The King James Holy Bible retains this word, and it served as an inspiration for the  Dispensational method of rightly dividing the truth.

Chrysostom (c.347-407), who is reported to be the first Christian to refer to the Scriptures as the Bible, said, But still you will say, “I cannot understand it!  What marvel?  How shouldest thou understand it, if thou will not read nor look upon it?”

All  Christian systematic theologies have their flaws, and some are to be discarded altogether; yet in the best of them can be found some thoughtful insights into comparing spiritual things with spiritual. As I Corinthians 2:12-13 declares, Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God; that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God.  Which things also we speak, not in the words which man’s wisdom teacheth, but which the Holy Spirit teacheth; comparing spiritual things with spiritual. Having been a Baptist for years, most preachers substitute “spiritual things with spiritual” with the phrase, “scripture with scripture”.  In any case, do not lose the fullness of what the Holy Spirit teaches, and learn with a humility of mind and heart. The fruit of the teachings of the Christian Alternative Media appears to be a sort of hubris, which boasts that it knows more than it really does.

 

 

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“Steve Quayle is Pumping My Fiction Like It’s A Fact” claims Author Peter Demmon

Author Peter Demmon who has a website promoting his fictional writing, The Lost Book of King Og- The Only Written Words of the Rephaim -(copyright 2016 by DEMMON) has recently posted an article concerning Steve Quayle’s use of his writings.

As a summer reading exercise, you may wish to peruse the links he provides over at reddit.com. I am taking it a bit easy this summer, so I am not providing any commentary on this issue.  Feel free to make any comments here or at the reddit.com website.

Update:  6/2/2016 The Gonteekwa twitter

The Man Who Said Too Much, Part Two

I am continuing to review the notes I took on an April 16, 2014 prayer spoken by Steve Quayle. One of the subjects discussed on the radio broadcast  just prior to this prayer involves Numbers 30:1-2 which in part commands, If a man vow a vow unto the LORD, or swear an oath to bind his soul with a bond; he shall not break his word, he shall do according to all that proceedeth out of his mouth.

Now the interesting thing is that Steve Quayle is addressing his points on vows to both those who are military and ex-military, which excludes himself, for later he says, “The thing is that and again ah, I haven’t been in the military, so I can’t say what their attitude is, but I can tell you the one’s I respect and admire, are the one’s that, isn’t it interesting, the ones that take their vows the most seriously are being murdered whichever way they can be.”

In the broadcast which contains the prayer I am discussing, Steve Quayle exalts the Oath Keepers organization as exemplifying men who have bound themselves together, and also to the vows which they took while serving in some military or law enforcement capacity. Two examples of oaths are shown on the front page of the Oath Keepers website, with the admonition, Your oath NEVER expires! It’s time to keep it.

Now here is my question; if you take an oath of office for a government job (military, law enforcement, civil or elected office, etc.) to defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and at some time you quit your position to either take a job in the private sector or retire, how can such an oath be deemed perpetual? You are no longer in a position to execute those former responsibilities which you held under that loyalty oath.

Now let me emphasize that I am not discussing the broader subject of Americans who hold life long patriotic convictions and a love for this nation, yet have never taken an oath of loyalty.

The examples of oaths at the Oath Keepers’ website focus on loyalty to the Constitution and to the laws and offices which are in place to defend it. At the end of these oaths,  “So help me God” is said, but this statement is not equivalent to the  Numbers 30:1-2 command which concerns vowing a vow unto the LORD.  Certainly there are many persons in the United States who have taken an oath of office, who did not believe in the LORD of the Bible. These particular oaths are notable because of their declaration of loyalty to the Constitution as being the higher authority to which the oath taker is subject. The reason for these oaths in the first place concerns the serious issue of treason against a temporal government, by those who are in the employ of that government.

So here we have Steve Quayle stating that he was never in the military, yet he is attempting to place a greater burden on men and women who took an oath of loyalty, than would be legally recognized by the Constitution itself. Constitution.org has published an article by Jon Roland discussing the Meaning of “High Crimes and Misdemeanors”, which underscores the time limitations of oaths taken for the purposes of holding a government office or position.  Arguing that these loyalty oaths to the Constitution equate to a vow made to the LORD pursuant to Numbers 30:1-2 is disingenuous, as it glosses over real and deeper arguments surrounding the interpretation of Biblical law, as well as the American Constitutional laws regarding the taking of oaths, including the penalties for perjury of an oath.

What we need to be cautioned against here, is the trap and snare which is being laid for military/law enforcement men, whether active duty or retired veterans, to subconsciously shift their loyalties to an authoritative structure which in fact has no legal jurisdiction over them. Here are two articles which discuss the legal implications of oaths, which may be of interest for anyone who wants to explore these issues.  The first is called the Loyalty Oath at the freedictionary.com. The second article is  Oath Rhetoric, Political Identity, and the case of Jon Huntsman. Argumentation and Advocacy 49 at academia.edu.

We must recall that while Steve Quayle was taking to task military and ex-military persons for their loyalty oaths, and warning them of God’s retribution against oath breakers, in the very same prayer he defended John Stokes, a man who had committed perjury, when he broke the oath he took to tell the whole truth, which is a requirement for submitting evidence in  U. S. Bankruptcy Court proceedings.

In looking at this time period in 2014, I came across references to a CNN expose of the dismal mess in Veterans’ Hospitals whereby appointments were purposely not recorded in order to conceal the fact that hospital policies were being broken with respect to their overloaded systems. Because of this, numerous Veterans were unable to receive timely medical care. In some cases, the person died.  Not knowing the actual medical details, I do not know if their deaths were a direct result of not receiving timely care, or whether their lives were very close to the end regardless of medical care. The Christian Alternative News took these reports, expanding them to make accusations against the Veterans Hospital staff of murder, assassination, employing hit squads, causing PTSD and suicide by infrasound, and other means of killing off Vets.

So Steve Quayle began his prayer, saying,  Father in Jesus’ name I pray for every Veteran, Lord Father, I pray that those fighting, who are fighting PTSD, I pray for, for those who are encouraged to commit suicide by the infrasound and everything else that is around them, Lord, I am asking for a miracle, God that has not been asked to my knowledge in the history of the world.  I’m asking you to send your ministering angels with miraculous healing in their wings….Lord in Jesus’ name I ask that every assassination attempt that is now in play, every hit squad, every ah, ah surgical excisionist team would be absolutely stopped in their tracks.  I pray Lord that as they approach their targets, the angel of the LORD would literally manifest so that their eyes would see and that they would  flee in terror, Lord, I am calling upon you.  I know I will stand before you on judgment day giving account for this prayer that was prayed.  But, God, stop the slaughter of the Veterans…I pray for the conviction on those who are knowingly participating in, Lord God I’m praying imprecatory prayer, those who are part of the plan to kill off the Vets under their care in every hospital or every home or whatever their places.  I pray that the Lord you give em literally 72 hours to literally repent, Lord, or Lord,I ask that you take them out and replace them God with people that love people…(note:  the parts which I removed among these sentences involved naming the type of persons who needed healing, etc.)

Right at the beginning of this prayer, Steve Quayle makes a very strange boast, Lord, I am asking for a miracle, God, that has not been asked to my knowledge in the history of the world.  In the history of the world???  Really? What kind of “knowledge” does Steve Quayle think he has? This is a Satanic boast.  Is it not Satan who according to Job 2:2 spends his time “going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it”?  Apparently Satan is an  observer of the doings of individual men, and knows what prayers have been spoken throughout the history of the world.  Whoever made the above statement claims to know the history of the world through personal knowledge.

Steve Quayle emphasized to the Lord that he was making an imprecatory prayer.  To imprecate means to curse or pray for evil and misfortune on one’s enemies.  This type of prayer (malediction, anathema, execration) is normally a prayer of last resort; an appeal to God for justice in a desperate situation, and it often involves bringing judgment on the family of the offender, in addition to the offender.  Long before a Christian comes to this point, one is to pray a blessing on our enemies; we should desire that they repent, stop their evil doings, believe on the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation.

If one is going to enter into the realm of imprecatory prayer, it is advisable to have a real fear of God’s righteousness and justice, as the Lord is not a respecter of persons, whether they be  the accuser or the accused. I have seen the Lord answer such prayers, while at the same time He severely chastens the person who pleaded the imprecatory prayer in the first place.

Years ago, as I pondered the dangers of praying hypocritically,  I came across a book on the tarot written by Mouni Sadhu.  He made some interesting observations on  psychic warfare involving black magicians who are proficient at cursing others using the Scriptures; particularly the imprecatory psalms. Mouni Sadhu claimed that such men understood that what they were doing was highly dangerous, therefore they developed certain strategies to avoid being hit by the Return Blow of their own words.

Sometimes evil men display a greater respect for the reality of the legal dealings of God than some who profess to be Christians. Chapter two of the book of Romans explains why there is no escaping of God’s righteous judgment. Knowing the truth of this, the simplest technique devised by magicians for averting the Return Blow is to curse two targets; the main target plus a weaker one. The theory here is that if the curse rebounds off the first target, like a heat seeking missile, the curse will redirect itself to destroy the second. The second target, in essence, serves as a shield for the originator of the curse.

Because of such tactics, Christians who are under attack by such men often quote Psalm 64 as a plea to God to direct the arrow back on the originator. The ten verses of Psalm 64 say, Hear my voice, O God, in my prayer:  preserve my life from fear of the enemy.  Hide me from the secret counsel of the wicked; from the insurrection of the workers of iniquity:  who whet their tongue like a sword, and bend their bows to shoot their arrows, even bitter words:  that they may shoot in secret at the perfect:  suddenly do they shoot at him, and fear not.  They encourage themselves in an evil matter:  they commune of laying snares privily; they say, who shall see them?  They search out iniquities:  they accomplish a diligent search:  both the inward thought of every one of them, and the heart, is deep.  But God shall shoot at them with an arrow; suddenly shall they be wounded. So they shall make their own tongue to fall upon themselves:  all that see them shall flee away.  And all men shall fear, and shall declare the work of God; for they shall wisely consider of his doing.  The righteous shall be glad in the LORD, and shall trust in him; and all the upright in heart shall glory.

In summary, it is wise to be aware of disingenuous arguments which serve the purpose of shifting your loyalties to a false authority.  When analyzing such arguments, try to observe what the basic set-up is which protects the persuader from the implications of his own words. Identify at least two targets who the archer is taking aim at, and understand the strengths and weaknesses of each. In the scenario presented above, all of these elements are easily identified, if you take the time to look.

 

The Man Who Said Too Much, Part One

Keep thy foot when thou goest to the house of God, and be more ready to hear, than to give the sacrifice of fools:  for they consider not that they do evil.  Be not rash with thy mouth, and let not thine heart be hasty to utter any thing before God:  for God is in heaven, and thou upon earth:  therefore let thy words be few.  Ecclesiastes 5:1-2

This past month I have doing some spring cleaning, and came across some notes that I had made on a lengthy imprecatory prayer spoken by Steve Quayle, a little over two years ago.  I have an interest in the doctrine of prayer, as found in the Scriptures; therefore I was interested in how Steve Quayle, who boldly prays and relies on a group of intercessors on his behalf,  makes use of the scriptures in approaching the throne of mercy.

The center point of Tracking the Leopard Meroz is imprecatory prayer, which enters into the forefront of the hottest battles in the spiritual realm. I first became aware of the dangers of such praying years ago when I, as an insignificant believer in Jesus Christ had to employ prayer as a shield of defense, and then later as a sword of judgment against men who are as Baalam.  Baalam, as we know from the book of Numbers in the Old Testament, was known for his ability to curse or bless anyone he wanted to, for reward.  He wielded the words of God, seemingly with impunity; that is, until the day the Angel of the LORD stood in his way.

Most real prayers are spoken in the closet, to God the Father, in the name of Jesus Christ. Prayers which are spoken before a public audience are often suspect, as the person praying is not only speaking to God, but is highly conscience of the opinions of men.  The caution against this is found in Luke 16:15, quoting Jesus saying, Ye are they which justify yourselves before men; but God knoweth your hearts:  for that which is highly esteemed among men is abomination in the sight of God.

In the public prayer which I am citing, Steve Quayle prayed for God’s favor upon an unrighteous, unrepentant man who had been undergoing a trial in his life, due to his own wrong conduct. We have all prayed for such men, but whether or not God hears our petition is dependent on us asking in accordance with God’s will. If we are not forthright and honest with God in our petitions, the Lord may take our words and heart motives and deal with us with an honesty which we were hoping to avoid.

The words that Steve Quayle spoke in this particular portion of the prayer were:

Lord, I pray for my friend, John Stokes, Father in Jesus’ name.  He’s been through the ringer.  Lord, I know all of his issues- he admits his issues.  Lord, I have the same issues, but you set me free.  I ask God that you deliver John Stokes literally from the battle that’s against him, Lord.  He stood for truth, God, he’s told people like the way is, even when the pastors were silent and Lord in Jesus’ name, I ask for miraculous intervention in his life.  God give him victory in Jesus’ name and let no weapon formed against him prosper.  And I pray you reveal, Lord, the duplicity, the illegality, and everything that is coming against my brother, Lord, I ask that you bring it out in the open.  You said nothing that is hidden will be made known and Lord everyone who bore false witness against him you said, Lord, lying lips are an abomination to you as much as those who sow discord among the brethren.  I pray Lord that people that fit in those categories would take stock of what they’re doing, and I pray in Jesus’ name, Lord, that a miraculous intervention in John’s life will take place.

Until yesterday, I had never thought to ask who John Stokes is, or at least was, at the time of Quayle’s prayer. Presently, John Stokes has a website, johnstokes.info, which displays a photo of himself with I am guessing, his Webmistress, based on the two different Donate buttons prominently displayed underneath.  There is also an ad for Steve Quayle’s Renaissance Precious Metals business.  John Stokes claims he is “ranked as one of the top one hundred talk radio talk hosts in the world”. But when I click on a link for the Edge Radio Show, it takes me to a Facebook page which was last updated with a post about 22 months ago, on July 8, 2014. We are told that The Edge can be heard on Orion Talk Radio from 11 am to 1 pm MT. On John Stokes website, there are several news links to other sites which update daily on various subjects, including Before It’s News, the favorite trash bin for all spurious rumors initiated by  Alternative Truth Tellers.

Entering the words John Stokes, the Edge, into an internet search engine brings up numerous reports of his life as a Shock Jock and troublemaker. John Stokes once lived in Washington state, my old stomping grounds, so my interest was piqued by an article written by John Stang for the Seattle PI (Post Intelligencer) on October 1, 2009, entitled, Secession leader now in deep debt in Montana:  Bankrupt John Stokes led “Freedom County” movement here in 1990’s.  I left  Seattle in 1983, so I missed the excitement in the 1990’s when John Stokes made the bizarre attempt to split Snohomish County into two counties. Failing that, Stokes moved on to Quayle country, where since the year 2000, he became a Shock Jock, or as John Stang more politely phrased it, a “controversial, right-wing radio station owner and talk show host in Kalispell, Montana”.  Nine years after this debut, the PI reported that “the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office in Montana (had) seized Stoke’s radio station last week and evicted him”.

One of the major events in John Stoke’s life during these Shock Jock years occurred when he got into a dispute with the neighbors who owned land near his radio towers. Apparently he went on air and accused them of committing bank fraud and perjury.  In return, these neighbors filed a defamation lawsuit and won a  $3.8 million judgment in late 2008.  Stokes had other debts and had not filed tax returns for about ten years, so he filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Compounding his problems, U. S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Ralph Kirscher found John Stokes to be a liar. In a September 21, 2009 article by Dan Testa for the Flathead Beacon, titled Judge’s Order Allows for Stoke’s Assets to be Liquidated, the backstory on the judge’s ruling that ordered Stoke’s Chapter 11 proceeding to be changed to a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is discussed. Elsewhere, I read that Stokes attempted to overturn this ruling, that allowed for “the liquidation of most of his assets in order to pay for his debts”.

Judge Kirsher had found that Stokes had not “accurately disclosed the value of his property during bankruptcy proceedings, despite swearing under penalty of perjury that his asset statements were accurate (bold added)”.  Originally,  real property had been listed as $3.1 million, with personal property as $148,042; the amended statements show real property listed as $10.7 million, with personal property as $15.5 million. This represents an underreporting of $7.6 million in real property and approximately $15.35 million in personal assets.

For more background information, I offer up the following three articles. The first is called The West’s Biggest Bully, written by Ray Ring for High Country News on September 15, 2003.  A follow-up article by the same source on September 1, 2009 is called “The West’s Biggest Bully”  Gets His. And on April 7, 2012, Tom Lotshaw wrote an article, Stokes in Second Appeal of Bankruptcy for DailyInterLake.com.

On December 25, 2012, John Stokes commented on the godlikeproductions.com forum site giving his version of events which had cascaded like a breaking dam in his life. Click on the screen shot below to read his justification for his problems. Also note that Steve Quayle, Hawk and Romy had been frequent guests on his past radio shows.john stokes godlike productions 2012 (4)The point I am making about the life of John Stokes is that it is difficult to intercede before the throne of God for such a man, unless you are pleading for the grace of God which will bear the fruit of repentance in the heart of John Stokes. The worst enemy of John Stokes is John Stokes.

While Steve Quayle calls John Stokes his friend and brother, according to the public record of Stoke’s own words, he had claimed that he did not go to church, and if he claims to be a believer in Jesus Christ, I did not run across this testimony in the journalistic reports that I read. If you want to intercede for a man who openly displays numerous sins, it is vital to be honest before God. Does not Galatians 6:7 say, Be not deceived:  God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap?  According to Steve Quayle, John Stokes admitted to having “issues”; and these “issues” were the same things which Quayle had, but was set free from by God. Are not these so-called “issues” in fact deeply rooted sins in the heart of John Stokes? Was Steve Quayle set free by God  from his issues, but not from his sins?

This prayer, which was called magnificent by another guest on the same radio show, also entailed Steve Quayle accusing those persons who had the unenviable position of  being the ones who had to withstand the sins of John Stokes, of duplicity and Illegality.  Looking at the record, it appears that God had intervened in a miraculous way in John Stokes life, by standing as an adversary against him.  Thus when Quayle exalted John Stokes as a truth teller, and  justified his sins as being nothing more than “issues”, and apparently failed to entreat Stokes to repent before God and men, another layer of deceit was added to an already very serious matter.

In the next post I will look at another aspect of this same prayer which had been spoken by The Man Who Said Too Much.