The mischief of Stew and Cobu

WOULD YOU LIKE A BLESSING?

ďAll were baptized into Stewart Traill. In every sense of the word: his teaching, his concepts, his view on life, his skepticism of other Christians.†Go and learn what this meansĒ.

Blessed is he and blessed is she who is able to get free from the grip of Stewart Traill and the Church of Bible Understanding, and those who are able to overcome his lies and curses will have a great reward.


THE MISCHIEF OF STEWART TRAILL
AND HIS FALSE CHURCH OF NO BLESSINGS


On this page of our website we discuss the subject of mischief, any scripture references are in blue and the RSV (Revised Standard Version of the Bible) was used, definitions are in green, and I also use brown to make observations.

What is mischief?

When we consider the scriptures that include the word "mischief" it is clear that it is much more than just childish pranks. Instead, mischief is viewed in the Bible as the purposeful plotting, or the premeditated consideration of doing wrong towards others.

Jas 4:17 states that: "Whoever knows what is right to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin."

1Jn 5:17 All wrongdoing is sin.

Planning to do wrong against someone else is mischief.

Planning to cause someone else harm is mischielf.

Planning to cause someone else emotional stress is mischief.

Purposefully injuring someone else and getting off on it is mischief.

The purposefull planning of tripping someone up publicly is an act of devilment and is mischief.

Mischief is sin.

It is also devilment and wickedness.

Stewart Tanner Traill constantly pulled dirty tricks and sneak attacks on those who looked up to him.

Mischief is mostly an old testament word. It is only in The New Testament one time, in the letter of Peter where we are told: "to let no one suffer as a mischief maker" because this along with other heinious acts, is something that God despises, and therefore we are counselled "not to take part in any kind of mischief."

Yet in "The Church of Bible Understanding" ~ which as we've disclosed, had very little comprehensive examples in its day to day opperations of having any understanding of Christian concepts or any real knowledge of Jesus (who Stewart Traill confessed to "missing" when he proclaimed that he "missed grace" who is Jesus: full of grace and truth ~ mischief was perpetuatued before us continually through Stewart Traill's example and continued by we who followed his lead.

Just as we did in the other sections, we will list numerous types and examples of mischief as perpetuated by Stewart Traill and we who followed his example.

Lk 8:17 For nothing is hid that shall not be made manifest, nor anything secret that shall not be known and come to light.
Lk 12:3 Therefore whatever you have said in the dark shall be heard in the light, and what you have whispered in private rooms shall be proclaimed upon the housetops.
Eph 5:6 Let no one deceive you with empty words, for it is because of these things that the wrath of God comes upon the sons of disobedience.
Eph 5:7 Therefore do not associate with them,
Eph 5:8 for once you were darkness, but now you are light in the Lord; walk as children of light
Eph 5:9 (for the fruit of light is found in all that is good and right and true),
Eph 5:10 and try to learn what is pleasing to the Lord.
Eph 5:11 Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them.
Eph 5:12 For it is a shame even to speak of the things that they do in secret;
Eph 5:13 but when anything is exposed by the light it becomes visible, for anything that becomes visible is light.
1Jn 2:9 He who says he is in the light and hates his brother is in the darkness still.
Jas 1:5 If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives to all men generously and without reproaching, and it will be given him.

It sometimes requires wisdom and insight to detect mischief.

In the book of Psalms we are told that "the wicked frame mischief by statute" and therefore it begs the question of how those who do this can be "allied with thee" or "allied with God" ~ they cannot!

The way that Stewart Traill actively tore relationships between brothers and sisters up, separated those who desired relationships to different states and thereby forbid the brothers and sisters to have relationships or to marry: was only one example of mischief that was perpetrated by Stewart on those in his charge.

Stewart Traill was committed to doing mischief. He walked in it. He practiced it and when brothers and sisters told him of his wrongdoing, he told them to behave themselves and be quiet.

One of his most notorious ways of making mischief was to make some kind of comment to throw someone off of whatever it was that they were saying. He knew that we honored him and considered him the "all seeing eye" so he loved to see us tripped up, which is mischief. He loved to see if he could trip us up: not because it was Godly or righteousness, but just to see if he could. This is mischief, devilment and wickedness. And he compounded this by laughing at us once we fell.

What kind of man does this to those who love him and trust him to help them to understand God?

On this page we disclose the many ways that Stewart Tanner Traill displayed his mischief before we who trusted him. We disclose the many and various ways that Stewart Tanner Traill proved himself to be a mischief-maker and a most ungodly man.

As we've written on other pages it is impossible to become "free from the grip" of something if you fail to recognize what that "grip" involves. When you see something clearly, then you can seek God to be released from its grip!

We will first take a look at The Bible to see what it says about the subject of mischief. Here is a list of some of the verses and passages that include the word "mischief" and explain how it is perceived scripturally:



Ps 7:14 Behold, the wicked man conceives evil, and is pregnant with mischief, and brings forth lies.

Ps 10:7 His mouth is filled with cursing and deceit and oppression; under his tongue are mischief and iniquity.

Ps 28:3 Take me not off with the wicked, with those who are workers of evil, who speak peace with their neighbors, while mischief is in their hearts.

Ps 36:1 Transgression speaks to the wicked deep in his heart; there is no fear of God before his eyes.
Ps 36:2 For he flatters himself in his own eyes that his iniquity cannot be found out and hated.
Ps 36:3 The words of his mouth are mischief and deceit; he has ceased to act wisely and do good.
Ps 36:4 He plots mischief while on his bed; he sets himself in a way that is not good; he spurns not evil.

Ps 52:1 Why do you boast, O mighty man, of mischief done against the godly? All the day
Ps 52:2 you are plotting destruction. Your tongue is like a sharp razor, you worker of treachery.
Ps 52:3 You love evil more than good, and lying more than speaking the truth. [Selah]
Ps 52:4 You love all words that devour, O deceitful tongue.
Ps 52:5 But God will break you down for ever; he will snatch and tear you from your tent; he will uproot you from the land of the living. [Selah]
Ps 52:6 The righteous shall see, and fear, and shall laugh at him, saying,
Ps 52:7 "See the man who would not make God his refuge, but trusted in the abundance of his riches, and sought refuge in his wealth!"

Ps 94:20 Can wicked rulers be allied with thee, who frame mischief by statute?

Pro 24:1 Be not envious of evil men, nor desire to be with them;
Pro 24:2 for their minds devise violence, and their lips talk of mischief.
Pro 24:8 He who plans to do evil will be called a mischief-maker.

Is 59:4 No one enters suit justly, no one goes to law honestly; they rely on empty pleas, they speak lies, they conceive mischief and bring forth iniquity.

1Pe 4:15 But let none of you suffer as a murderer, or a thief, or a wrongdoer, or a mischief-maker;




  • ~ Stewart knew that we desired to be close to him, so it was mischief to set up dividing walls between us.
  • ~ Stewart seemed to enjoy denying us the very thing we most wanted, which was his acceptance.

  • Eph 2:14 For he is our peace, who has made us both one, and has broken down the dividing wall of hostility


  • ~ Hindering marriage and coming up with lame excuses why we shouldnít get married was mischief.
  • ~ Forbidding marriage.
  • ~ Splitting up marriages and the tactics used to accomplish it was mischief
  • ~ The way that Stewart Traill flaunted his wife in front of the brothers and sisters who weren't married was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart Traill prevented relationships and used his own to provoke envy was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart Traill would tell the brothers that they needed to have "spare zeal" in order to get married was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart Traill never explained what he meant by "spare zeal" was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart Traill sat on his laurels while all the brothers and sisters earned funds for his whims was mischief.
  • ~ The fact that the brothers and sisters were the machine that kept Stewart Traill afloat, while he claimed to have "more zeal" was a lie and mischief.


  • 1Co 7:36 If any one thinks that he is not behaving properly toward his betrothed, if his passions are strong, and it has to be, let him do as he wishes: let them marry--it is no sin.


  • ~ The scripture states very clearly that to marry is no sin! Unfortunately, Stewart prevented anyone from even having relationships!

  • ~ The public character assassination that Stewart professed before us was mischief.
  • ~ The public browbeating we were subjected to by Stewart Traill was mischief.
  • ~ The public mocking of brothers and sisters whenever he felt like it, was mischief.
  • ~ The public humiliation that Stewart Traill seemed bent on expressing was mischief.
  • ~ The public name calling that seemed to be Stewart's best sport was mischief and a very bad example.
  • ~ When brothers complained about this name calling, Stewart just did it all the more!
  • ~ The way that Stewart would mock brothers was mischief!
  • ~ The way that Stewart would call the brothers: woman, when they were the ones supporting him, was mischief!
  • ~ The way that Stewart would hold counsels in order to make someone stumble, was mischief.


  • Pro 4:14 Do not enter the path of the wicked, and do not walk in the way of evil men.
    Pro 4:15 Avoid it; do not go on it; turn away from it and pass on.
    Pro 4:16 For they cannot sleep unless they have done wrong; they are robbed of sleep unless they have made some one stumble.
    Lam 3:36 to subvert a man in his cause, the Lord does not approve.


  • ~ The way that Stewart would cause us to doubt our own confidence in God's love for us, was mischief!
  • ~ The way that Stewart would cause us to doubt our own confidence in our own faithfulness, was mischief!
  • ~ The way that Stewart would cause us to doubt our own confidence in whether or not we were pleasing Jesus, was mischief!
  • ~ The way that Stewart would cause us to doubt our own confidence in our relationships with each other, was mischief!
  • ~ The way that Stewart would cause us to doubt our own confidence in the intentions of our own hearts, was mischief!
  • ~ The way that Stewart would cause us to doubt our own confidence in ourselves, was mischief!
  • ~ The way that Stewart would hold secret counsels in order to get what he wanted was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart would hold private counsels with only those who he already had tied into doing his bidding was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart would wrap everyone around his finger to do his interests that had nothing to do with God's will was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart would harp on a subject to the point that we were so exhausted all we wanted to do was go to sleep was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart would sleep half the day and act as though he were so "full of energy" when we put in a full day of work before meetings was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart said that "he could outlast all of us" because he didn't work at all was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart acted as though he were "studying the Bible" when his study held piles of lude magazines.
  • ~ A brother saw all the "nudes" and said "he couldn't work around it" Stewart just laughed and said, "If you don't do it, someone else will!" was mischief.
  • ~ It was mischief of Stewart to present that he was a godly man, when he was openly devoted to his own flesh.
  • ~ The way that Stewart would keep everyone up to the wee hours of the morning, when we had work obligations was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart would drag out meetings, wearing everyone down until we agreed to his suggestions was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart would plot all his meetings ahead of time with file cards orchestrating every aspect of our lives was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart manipulated us was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart got everyone to accept everything that he expected was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart got all of us to bend to his every whim instead of walking by our own faith in God was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart manipulated us prevented us from living by faith at all and this was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart got all of us to browbeat each other into doing his latest agenda was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart taught us to provoke one another into doing his latest agenda was unChristian and mischief.

    Gal 5:25 If we live by the Spirit, let us also walk by the Spirit.
    Gal 5:26 Let us have no self-conceit, no provoking of one another, no envy of one another.

  • ~ The way that Stewart got us to think that being bullies was godly behavior was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart got us to equate pleasing him with pleasing God was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart convinced us to follow through with his objectives to the point that we no longer even considered having any of our own, was mischief!
  • ~ The way that Stewart convinced us that he had some supposed gift of "seeing in the spirit" when he operated in his own flesh, was mischief!
  • ~ The way that Stewart planned many brethrenís destruction before he even got to a meeting was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart was into controlling all communication was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart was condescending to others was a poor example and mischief for someone who professed to be a Christian leader.
  • ~ The way that Stewart was into controlling every aspect of our daily lives was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart would harrass and pick on anyone who had the audacity to speak up to him at a meeting was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart was so threatened by anyones opposing view point that he felt the need to be publicly hostile toward them was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's inability to be open to anyone else's reasonable suggestion was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's inability to even listen to anyone else showed a flagrant lack of humility and was mischief.

  • Php 2:3 Do nothing from selfishness or conceit, but in humility count others better than yourselves.
    Php 2:4 Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.

  • ~ Stewart Traill's way of teaching us to be harsh to one another and call our group "god's best" was misleading and mischief!
  • ~ Stewart Traill's teachings on how we should conduct ourselves was in flagrant contradiction of Biblical counsel and was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's counsel's were filled with mischief!
  • ~ Stewart Traill's counsel taught brothers and sisters to view "being kind" as "being mushy" which was mischief!
  • ~ Stewart Traill's haughty attitude was a poor Christian example and was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's need to control was mischief and showed a considerable lack of faith in God.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's need to control all the money we earned was mischief and did not reflect the Biblical teaching.


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.


  • ~ Stewart Traill's need to be openly abusive was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's scornful abuse of others that often led to them wanting to leave is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill planned things against others because: The mischief-maker is a sneak!
  • ~ Stewart Traill wanted everyone to believe he was godly, when being a mischief-maker he was very ungodly!
  • ~ It was very ungodly of Stewart to make all these little faces at everyone, which was mischief!
  • ~ Stewart would mock us while we earnestly desired to please him was a form of mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart got annoyed with anyone who needed to leave a meeting provoked us to sit obediently before him was mischief.
  • ~ Provoking everyone to cower to his every word was manipulative and was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart mocked the brothers and sisters who wanted to marry is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's expectation of everyone else to turn our entire paycheck over to "the church" when he had ultimate control over it, was a slick form of mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's insistance on witnessing to "everyone" was a complex type of mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart seemed to take pleasure in seeing someone stumble was mischief.


  • Pro 4:14 Do not enter the path of the wicked, and do not walk in the way of evil men.
    Pro 4:15 Avoid it; do not go on it; turn away from it and pass on.
    Pro 4:16 For they cannot sleep unless they have done wrong; they are robbed of sleep unless they have made some one stumble.
    Lam 3:36 to subvert a man in his cause, the Lord does not approve.


  • ~ The way that Stewart enjoyed pointing out to everyone else when someone would fall was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart would never go to someone alone first and speak privately to them, was against the scripture, and was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was all about publicly harassing others, which wasn't kind and was mischief.
  • ~ The mischief-maker is a liar.
  • ~ Stewart Traill is a bald face liar.
  • ~ Stewart Traill presented many behaviors that challenged Christian conduct, while claiming to be "above reproach" which was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill proved that his true heart was always into money, and the way that he conned us was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill proved that his true heart was into conning us out of the money we all earned, which was mischief.


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.


  • ~ Stewart Traill proved to be a con artist, and a swindler, which was most mischievous!
  • ~ Stewart Traill always took great pains to hide from us his actual intentions, though if anyone looked at what he did it was obvious.
  • ~ Stewart Traill always liked to "play the great man" infront of everyone, when he was practicing mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill hid behind the cloak of being a sincere brother, when he was only sincere about his own affections.
  • ~ Stewart Traill hid behind a cloak of sincerity, when his own interests was what actually concerned him, which was mischief.


  • Is 29:13 And the Lord said: "Because this people draw near with their mouth and honor me with their lips, while their hearts are far from me, and their fear of me is a commandment of men learned by rote;
    Is 29:15 Woe to those who hide deep from the LORD their counsel, whose deeds are in the dark, and who say, "Who sees us? Who knows us?"
    Is 29:16 You turn things upside down!


    [def. sincerity: the quality of being free from pretense, deceit, or hypocrisy.
    synonymns: honesty, genuineness, truthfulness, integrity, trustworthiness, straightforwardness, openness, "Stewart Traill's behavior before us all gave us every reason to doubt his sincerity, because he continually played the great man while he crushed every one elses hopes and dreams.]

  • ~ Stewart Traill claimed that he had the greatest insight into Jesus when what he actually did wasn't anything like the Lord Jesus Christ and was mischief.
  • ~ It was mischief of Stewart Traill to make everyone feel that anything that bothered him was "all our fault" when he was "the man in charge" was deceptive and mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's constant pointing of the finger at everyone else is also mischief.
  • ~ Wickedness is mischief, and one aspect is to be "unscrupulousness" which Stewart definely was!
  • ~ The plotting of evil is also mischief.
  • ~ Stewart conceived mischief when he made us feel like less than nothing, when we financed his empire.
  • ~ Stewart had a way of belittling everyone but himself which was mischief and evil.
  • ~ Stewart Traill in his heart prepares deceit."
  • ~ Behold, (Stewart Tanner Traill) the wicked man conceives evil, and is pregnant with mischief, and brings forth lies. (Ps 7:14)
  • ~ Deviltry is mischief.
  • ~ It is mischief to be a false teacher.
  • ~ It is mischief to be a false prophet
  • ~ It is mischief to be a false disciple
  • ~ It is mischief to be a false king
  • ~ It is mischief to be a false preacher
  • ~ It is mischief to be a false counselor
  • ~ It is mischief to be a false apostle
  • ~ It is mischief to be a false shepherd
  • ~ It is mischief to be a false brother
  • ~ It is mischief to be a false sister
  • ~ The lack of justice is mischief.
  • ~ Denying justice is mischief.
  • ~ Denying someone of their human rights is mischief.
  • ~ Denying someone of their spiritual rights is mischief.
  • ~ Making us feel bad if we had any form of human desire was a form of mischief.
  • ~ Rendering false witness is mischief.
  • ~ Rendering false witness is evil-doing.
  • ~ Casting up someone's old sins, which they have diligently sought the Lord about, for which the Lord has forgiven them--this is evil, wrongdoing, and mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill and his disciples are notorious for pulling mischief on one another.
  • ~ Demanding a quota of number saved is mischief by statute.
  • ~ Jesus never put a quota on anything, but Stewart Traill always did, which was mischief!
  • ~ Stewart Traill's duplicity caused many brothers and sisters to stumble.


  • Pro 4:14 Do not enter the path of the wicked, and do not walk in the way of evil men.
    Pro 4:15 Avoid it; do not go on it; turn away from it and pass on.
    Pro 4:16 For they cannot sleep unless they have done wrong; they are robbed of sleep unless they have made some one stumble.
    Lam 3:36 to subvert a man in his cause, the Lord does not approve.


  • ~ Many brothers and sisters left because Stewart Traill's oppressions were overhwhelming.
  • ~ Disheartening the righteous is a form of mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart Traill acted as a mischief-maker and a meddler in the affairs of others infringing on their lives and their human rights.
  • ~ Teaching us by word and deed that love was somehow a weakness is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Teaching us to tear each other down and disbelieve someone when they were speaking their heart is a crippling form of mischief.
  • ~ Indeed, we hear that some among you are disorderly [that they are passing their lives in idleness, neglectful of duty], being busy with other peopleís affairs instead of their own and doing no work. 2 Thes. 3:11 Amplified.
  • ~ Like a madman who throws firebrands, arrows, and death is the man who deceives his neighbor and says, "I am only joking!" Prov. 26:18-19
  • ~ Scoffing is mischief.
  • ~ The scoffer scoffs at the justice of God.
  • ~ Hindering God's justice is mischief.
  • ~ Setting a trap for the righteous is mischief.
  • ~ Putting stumbling blocks in someone's path is mischief.
  • ~ Digging a pit and putting camouflage over it is mischief.
  • ~ Creating false balances is mischief.
  • ~ Creating false weights is mischief.
  • ~ Making empty promises is mischief.
  • ~ Boasting how great and special we were and using it to keep us in chains is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Using the children in Haiti against us was a form of mischief and false control.
  • ~ Serving mammon in the disguise of serving God is mischief.
  • ~ When Stewart Traill sought to control marriage, it was mischief.
  • ~ The brothers sought harlots, instead of marriage, to fulfill their desires.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill divorced his first wife, and then turned around and got a sister from the flock, when he himself had no intentions of allowing anyone else to get married.
  • ~ Stewart used mischief and underhanded tactics to steal his children from Shirley.
  • ~ It was mischief and evil for Stewart Traill to flaunt and parade his wife in front of the brothers, knowing he was never going to help them get married.
  • ~ Stewart Traill would pull mischief and laugh at it.
  • ~ Like telling the brothers and sisters that he was going to go to the north pole and leave them to study the Bible themselves.
  • ~ It was mischief to assign brothers to the Trip Apartment without giving them hope and a plan to get out.
  • ~ It was mischief to continually charge the body with faithlessness without explaining how we were faithless.
  • ~ Casting false guilt, on a body or an individual, is mischief, evil-doing, and deceit.
  • ~ It was mischief to ask everyone what we should do tonight, and then throw cold water on every suggestion when he had planned the whole meeting out beforehand.
  • ~ Uncovering a person's nakedness in public is mischief.
  • ~ Not correcting oppression is mischief.
  • ~ Not correcting wrong-doing is mischief.
  • ~ Wrongdoing is mischief.
  • ~ Betrayal is mischief.
  • ~ Going to Haiti, [presumably] to help the poor [and destitute], when we were living in squalor, was mischief.


  • Ps 10:2 In arrogance the wicked hotly pursue the poor; let them be caught in the schemes which they have devised.
    Ps 10:3 For the wicked boasts of the desires of his heart, and the man greedy for gain curses and renounces the LORD.
    Ps 10:4 In the pride of his countenance the wicked does not seek him; all his thoughts are, "There is no God."



  • ~ Trying top look good humanly, when you are a skunk, is mischief.
  • ~ Serving a false god, but proclaiming [your piety] is mischief.
  • ~ Serving false religion while processing [your righteousness] is mischief.
  • ~ Brainwashing the brothers and sisters in false views of Jesus, is mischief.
  • ~ Brainwashing the brothers and sisters in false views of God, is mischief.
  • ~ It was mischief to have us study the Fig Tree, over and over, and never learn the basic lesson (of not bearing fruit).
  • ~ It was mischief to try to teach advanced math, when we he never taught the basics.
  • ~ Using Matthew 24 bible studies and end times studies and saying to us what are you going to do when this happens the way you are was mischief meant to make us feel beholden to him.
  • ~ Teaching brothers that if they were harsh to the sheep they would get less beatings themselves and would get a leadership position was a form of mischief.
  • ~ It was mischief to put the cart before the horse, when it came to Bible interpretation.
  • ~ It was mischief to tell everyone that he had the true interpretation, without grace.
  • ~ "Missing grace" is mischief, and wickedness.
  • ~ And we at Living Water say that his missing grace was done deliberately and maliciously.
  • ~ Doing deeds in the dark is mischief.
  • ~ Bringing single sisters into a darkroom to help him was mischief.
  • ~ Committing malice or doing things and malice is mischief.
  • ~ Writing oppression is mischief.
  • ~ Speaking deceit is mischief.
  • ~ Threatening oppression is mischief.
  • ~ Relaxing the scripture is a form of mischief.
  • ~ When Judas handed Jesus over to his betrayers that was mischief.
  • ~ Blaming his students for his failure is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Any form of oppression is mischief.
  • ~ Wicked intentions is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Partiality is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Calling the bitter: sweet and a sweet: bitter is a form of mischief, that Stewart did.
  • ~ Causing division in a marriage is mischief.
  • ~ Calling strife in a marriage is mischief.
  • ~ Causing quarrelling is mischief.
  • ~ Getting everyone to debate about everything is mischief, especially when the Bible counsels us to "take no part in it!"
  • ~ False confidence is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing discord among brothers is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing discord among sisters is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing discord in the body is mischief.
  • ~ Not paying 1 a fair wage is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to the flesh and not the spirit is mischief.
  • ~ Calling your brothers lazy what they were doing all of your dictates is mischief.
  • ~ Mischief is a heart issue.
  • ~ Mischief Lodges in the heart of the wicked.
  • ~ If Mischief is on the heart it will be on the tongue.
  • ~ If mischief is on the tongue it will come out of your mouth.
  • ~ Mischief is a scheme that is planned and plotted.
  • ~ Mischief is an abomination to the righteous.
  • ~ Mischief speaks to the heart of those who are wicked.
  • ~ Mischief lodges in the bosom of fools.
  • ~ Mischief maker says who sees me who knows me.
  • ~ The mischief maker thanks he or she will get away.
  • ~ Praising evil doing is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Praising folly is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Straightening the hands of evildoers is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Being harsh in the name of the lord is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Hurting and jerking the sheep around is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Glorifying the flesh is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Practicing oppression is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Prejudging others is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Exalting wrongdoing is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Setting a trap for ones feet so they stumble is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Praising wrongdoing is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Constantly changing the rules is also a form of mischief.
  • ~ Disregarding the rules is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Ignoring to rule is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Dis obedience is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Rebelling is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Making law to keep 1 in slave is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Adding to the scripture is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Taking away things of the scripture is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Strengthening the hands of someone who is violent is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Tending the flock for shameful gain is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Flattery is a form of mischief.
  • ~ A wolf who comes in sheep's clothing is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Hindering a brother or a sister from pleasing God is a form of mischief
  • ~ All these are examples of hiding your true intentions which is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Putting heavy burdens on one and not doing anything to lift it and laughing at the one when he canít bear the burden given is a form of mischief
  • ~ Spreading a net for the innocent is mischief.
  • ~ Promising men freedom while we witnessed and then bringing them into slavery is mischief.
  • ~ There is physical mischief..
  • ~ There's also spiritual mischief.
  • ~ Bearing false witness to take advantage of someone financially is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Coveting another man's wife is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Carry out the covetousness is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Spiritual blindness is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Stealing the hearts of God's people is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Not being a father to your children is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Not being a mother to your children is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having children and not taking care of them financially is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Mischief is an act of violence.
  • ~ Violence is Mischief.
  • ~ Embezzlement is Mischief.
  • ~ Physical torture is Mischief.
  • ~ Mental torture is mischief.
  • ~ Psychological torture is mischief.
  • ~ Trafficking in the sheep is Mischief.
  • ~ Exalting one who is evil is mischief.
  • ~ Exalting one who is an evil doer is Mischief.
  • ~ Hiding behind the Bible is Mischief.
  • ~ Sending the brothers and sisters out witnessing when their own lives were neglected is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Closing 515 without providing housing for the ones who were homeless was a form of mischief.
  • ~ Sewing war is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Doing evil and know that it is evil and putting a Christian bow on it is mischief.
  • ~ Inventing ways of enslaving people is mischief.
  • ~ Mischief will always be found out and hated.
  • ~ Blessing someone in private and then cursing them publicly is mischief.
  • ~ Never blessing someone is mischief.
  • ~ Being kind to someone the first time you meet them and looking them in the eye when you were welcoming them to slavery is mischief of the worst kind.
  • ~ Faultfinding is mischief.
  • ~ Hypocrisy is mischief.
  • ~ The wisdom of the wicked is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Tanner Traill loves mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Tanner Traill's heart desires mischief.
  • ~ Back stabbing someone is mischief.
  • ~ Treachery is mischief.
  • ~ Betraying one is mischief.
  • ~ Walking in falsehood is mischief.
  • ~ That whole period where Stewart said the brethren excommunicated him was nothing but mischief!!!!!! .
  • ~ Tearing down the brothers who were faithful in their weekend fellowships was vile mischief!!! .
  • ~ The proposition was mischief because he never planned to bless us.
  • ~ Walking in deceit is mischief.
  • ~ Stealing what rightfully has been earned by someone else is mischief.
  • ~ Seeking to harm one is mischief.
  • ~ Causing heartache to those who've not only done you no wrong, but have blessed you financially is mischief.
  • ~ Willfully causing stress to God's people and calling it "faithfulness" is mischief.
  • ~ Going back on your word is mischief.
  • ~ Making promises that you have no intention of keeping is mischief.
  • ~ The mischief-maker time and again proves to be a liar.
  • ~ The mischief-maker does not think that he will be found out.
  • ~ The mischief-maker does not hate the evil that he inflicts on others.

  • Ps 36:2 For he flatters himself in his own eyes that his iniquity cannot be found out and hated.
    Ps 36:3 The words of his mouth are mischief and deceit; he has ceased to act wisely and do good.
    Ps 36:4 He plots mischief while on his bed; he sets himself in a way that is not good; he spurns not evil.


  • ~ The mischief maker is filled with empty talk
  • ~ To besmirch someoneís character by lying is mischief.
  • ~ To besmirch someoneís character by false witness is mischief.
  • ~ To besmirch someoneís name by giving a false testimony is mischief.
  • ~ To besmirch someone's actual behavior by re-writing the history of an experience is mischief.
  • ~ To make false allegations is mischief.
  • ~ To soil someoneís name is mischief.
  • ~ To deceive someone is mischief.
  • ~ To serve two masters is mischief.
  • ~ To make claims of godliness, when your actual behavior is devilish is mischief.
  • ~ To abuse one's authority is mischief.
  • ~ To attempting to "love two masters" while not being loving at all is mischief.
  • ~ To use one's authority for selfish gain is mischief.
  • ~ There are different types of mischief and complex mischief is hard to detect.
  • ~ CAN YOU THINK OF SOME WAYS THAT STEWART DID MISCHIEF TO YOU!!! .
  • ~ Please send any contributions to this file to us at: info@freefromthegrip.com and thank you for taking the time to do this!
  • ~ Telling young girls that they "need special discipline" by a "dirty old man" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to turn a blind eye to one's misdeeds is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to cover up for your unkind behavior is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to allow their children to be accompanied by one who has an unscrupulous charachter is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to be the "yes-men" to one who is base, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to feel uncomfortable when they've done nothing to be ashamed of, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to feel shamed because Stewart Traill needed to "feel superior" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to feel oppressed and stressed out by one who acted dictatorial, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to feel depressed because Stewart was tyrannical is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to feel rejected by one who claimed "to be righteous" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to feel as though nothing they did was acceptable, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to be denied what the Lord God offered freely to those who seek him, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to be denied a sense of dignity, when their actions were more than dignified, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to be denied the access to the money that they earned, is mischief!


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.


  • ~ Getting grown men and women to be denied the right to seek their own interests, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to be denied the right to follow after the longings of their own hearts, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to be denied the right to have peace of mind in their own choices, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to turn over their lives to someone else is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to turn over the peace of their own hearts is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to follow the example of one who is cruel "in the name of God" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to follow the example of one who is condemning "in the name of God" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to follow the example of one who is belittling "in the name of God" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to follow the example of one who is irritating "in the name of God" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to follow the example of one who is provoking "in the name of God" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to justify one who is a theif "in the name of God" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to justify one who is oppressive "in the name of God" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to justify one who is openly hostile "in the name of God" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to justify one who flaunts the benefits that he's stolen from others "in the name of God" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to justify one who flaunts the benefits that he's made others feel that he's entitled to "in the name of God" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to justify one who flaunts the benefits "in the name of God" that he shares with no one else, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to justify one who flaunts the benefits he's accumulated for himself "in the name of God" from others, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to justify one who flaunts unscrupulous behavior that he's claimed "in the name of God" is okay for him to portray, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to justify one who flaunts the adoration of young, impressionable women that he's claimed "in the name of God" is okay for him to indulge, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to approve, sponser and support a most inappropriate man, who indulges his own flesh, while claiming that "he's godly" is misleading and mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to approve, sponser and support one who has been twice married, a father and grandfather, to taking what he has referred to as "half-wives" from his flock, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to give carte blanche [or the complete freedom to act as one wishes or thinks is best] to one who was a most unworthy and disreputable sort, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to openly approve of someone who isn't worthy of anyones approval, is misleading and mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to willingly submit their affections, to one who has been harsh to them, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to willingly submit their incomes, to one who has been harsh to them, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to willingly submit their labors, to one who has been harsh to them, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to willingly submit their devotions, to one who has been harsh to them, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to willingly submit their allegiance, to one who has been harsh to them, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to willingly submit their unquestioning loyalty, to one who has been harsh to them, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to willingly submit their daily strength, to one who has been harsh to them, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to deny: that he who they've bended the knee to "isn't harsh to them" at all, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to deny: that he who they've bended the knee to "isn't cruel to them" at all, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to deny: that he who they've bended the knee to "isn't oppressive to them" at all, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to deny: that he who they've bended the knee to "isn't a poor Christian example to them" at all, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to deny: that he who they've bended the knee to "isn't a wolf in sheeps clothing" at all, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to deny: that he who they've bended the knee to "isn't a thief of all they've earned" at all, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to deny: that he who they've bended the knee to "is worthy of all of their devotion" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to turn a blind eye to one who has taken advantage of them, is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to defend one who flaunts the evil things he does "in the name of being godly" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to defend one who flaunts the evil things he does "in the false pretense of being godly" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to defend one who flaunts the evil things he does "in the guise of being godly" is mischief!
  • ~ Getting grown men and women to defend one who flaunts the evil things he does "under the assumption that he's godly" is mischief!
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to "know God" was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to "know Jesus" was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to "be in a right Christian church" was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in a joyless society, was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in a loveless society, was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in a hopeless society, was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in a marriageless society, was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in an oppressive society, was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in a society that was harsh, was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in a society that was cold, was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in a society that had nothing to do with righteousness, was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in a society that was led by a tyrant, was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in a society that was led by an unscrupulous man, was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in a society that was led by a controlling egomaniac, was mischief.
  • ~ The witnessing that we did in cobu, claiming to have "the fruits of God's spirit" when we lived in a society that was led by one who followed his own ungoverned impulses, was mischief.


  • Jer 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you, says the LORD, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.


  • ~ Witnessing was Stewart Traill's net of mischief.
  • ~ Entering the sheepfold by another way other than going through the door of Jesus, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Entering the sheepfold by deception and not going through the door of Jesus, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Entering the sheepfold by false pretenses and not going through the door of truth, who is Jesus, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Sneaking into the sheepfold in the dark and not going through the door of light, who is Jesus, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Sneaking into the sheepfold to practice swarthy deeds and not going through the door of grace, who is Jesus, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Sneaking into the sheepfold to oppress the people of God and not going through the door of grace, who is Jesus, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Sneaking into the bedrooms of young women who are asleep, to practice swarthy deeds in the dark and acting as though you've been given that right by Jesus, is a lie and a great mischief!
  • ~ Having a double standard is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "lead us into the light" when he's really in deep darkness, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "receive the benefits of our labors" when he's really in deep darkness, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "act as though he's above reproach" when he's really in deep darkness, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "put heavy burdens on the brothers and sisters" when he's really in deep darkness, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "condemn us" when we spent our every waking hour seeking to please God, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "get married twice" when he forbid everyone else the freedom to even date, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "live in the finest homes" that everyone else's labors financed, while we lived in shabby buildings, in poor neighborhoods, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "not have to work or contribute financially" when he expected everyone else to labor continually, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "keep us up until the wee hours of the morning" when he could sleep in as late as he wanted, but we needed to rise to the work, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "purchase aircrafts" with the funds we earned, when we had to beg a "special request" when we needed new shoes, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "keep a harem of the favored sisters in his house" when he was already married, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "keep a harem of the favored sisters in his house" when he prevented all of us from having relationships, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Having a double standard, that it's okay for Stewart Traill to "keep a harem of the favored sisters in his house" when the scripture states that to "look at a woman lustfully" is adultry, is a form of mischief.


  • Ps 10:2 In arrogance the wicked hotly pursue the poor; let them be caught in the schemes which they have devised.
    Ps 10:3 For the wicked boasts of the desires of his heart, and the man greedy for gain curses and renounces the LORD.
    Ps 10:4 In the pride of his countenance the wicked does not seek him; all his thoughts are, "There is no God."


  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of showing partiality, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of making false charges against others, is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of being ungrateful to we who support his every need, is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of knowing someone is hurting yet not doing anything about it, is cruel and mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of being a "blind guide" and causing others to follow after him, is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of offering false counseling to those who sought him out, is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of separating a couple against their will, is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of causing divisions among us wrongly, is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of puttinga marriage asunder is mischief.


  • Mat 19:6 What therefore God has joined together, let not man put asunder."

  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of causing divisions among us, when he devised a color code system, of making us sit in taped off boxes on the floor, where he judged us, was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of causing divisions among us, where he judged that one person was "living in sin" or "black" when that person was providing money for the common good and seeking God daily, was mischief!
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of causing divisions among us, where he judged that one person was "living for the flesh" or was "upper brown transient" when that person was providing money for the common good and seeking God daily, was mischief!
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of causing divisions among us, where he judged that one person was "living a Christian life" or was "orange" when that person was providing money for the common good and seeking God daily, but was also condescending to others, was mischief!
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of causing divisions among us where he judged that one person was "taking leadership responsibility" or "silver" when that person was providing money for the common good and seeking God daily, but was also pushy and oppressive toward others, was mischief!
  • ~ Stewart Traill's practice of causing divisions among us, where he judged that one person was "above reproach" or was "gold" when that person wasn't even providing money for the common good, yet was the only one with the freedom to spend the earnings of others, and was oppressing everyone all the time, and thought more highly of himself and his wife than he ought to think, because the color "gold" only applied to the great and not so wonderful: Stewart Traill and his wife Gayle, was mischief!


  • Lev 19:13 "You shall not oppress your neighbor or rob him. The wages of a hired servant shall not remain with you all night until the morning.
    Lev 19:14 You shall not curse the deaf or put a stumbling block before the blind, but you shall fear your God: I am the LORD.
    Lev 19:15 "You shall do no injustice in judgment; you shall not be partial to the poor or defer to the great, but in righteousness shall you judge your neighbor.

    Rom 12:3 For by the grace given to me I bid every one among you not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think, but to think with sober judgment, each according to the measure of faith which God has assigned him.

    Rom 12:13 Contribute to the needs of the saints, practice hospitality.
    Rom 12:16 Live in harmony with one another; do not be haughty, but associate with the lowly; never be conceited.
    Rom 12:17 Repay no one evil for evil, but take thought for what is noble in the sight of all.
    Rom 12:18 If possible, so far as it depends upon you, live peaceably with all.

    Jud 1:17 But you must remember, beloved, the predictions of the apostles of our Lord Jesus Christ;
    Jud 1:18 they said to you, "In the last time there will be scoffers, following their own ungodly passions."
    Jud 1:19 It is these who set up divisions, worldly people, devoid of the Spirit.

    Mt 15:14 Let them alone; they are blind guides. And if a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit."

    Eph 4:25 Therefore, putting away falsehood, let every one speak the truth with his neighbor, for we are members one of another.
    Eph 4:28 Let the thief no longer steal, but rather let him labor, doing honest work with his hands, so that he may be able to give to those in need.
    Eph 4:29 Let no evil talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for edifying, as fits the occasion, that it may impart grace to those who hear.

  • ~ Yet Stewart Traill claimed that for 25 years "he missed grace" and he said that "God hid it from him!" He said that "he just missed the teaching of grace completely!" or that he just didn't know Jesus, full of grace and truth!


  • 2Co 10:12 Not that we venture to class or compare ourselves with some of those who commend themselves. But when they measure themselves by one another, and compare themselves with one another, they are without understanding.

    1Co 12:4 Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit;
    1Co 12:5 and there are varieties of service, but the same Lord;
    1Co 12:6 and there are varieties of working, but it is the same God who inspires them all in every one.
    1Co 12:7 To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good.
    1Co 12:8 To one is given through the Spirit the utterance of wisdom, and to another the utterance of knowledge according to the same Spirit,
    1Co 12:9 to another faith by the same Spirit, to another gifts of healing by the one Spirit,
    1Co 12:10 to another the working of miracles, to another prophecy, to another the ability to distinguish between spirits, to another various kinds of tongues, to another the interpretation of tongues.
    1Co 12:11 All these are inspired by one and the same Spirit, who apportions to each one individually as he wills.
    1Co 12:12 For just as the body is one and has many members, and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ.
    1Co 12:13 For by one Spirit we were all baptized into one body--Jews or Greeks, slaves or free--and all were made to drink of one Spirit.
    1Co 12:14 For the body does not consist of one member but of many.
    1Co 12:15 If the foot should say, "Because I am not a hand, I do not belong to the body," that would not make it any less a part of the body.
    1Co 12:16 And if the ear should say, "Because I am not an eye, I do not belong to the body," that would not make it any less a part of the body.
    1Co 12:17 If the whole body were an eye, where would be the hearing? If the whole body were an ear, where would be the sense of smell?
    1Co 12:18 But as it is, God arranged the organs in the body, each one of them, as he chose.
    1Co 12:19 If all were a single organ, where would the body be?
    1Co 12:20 As it is, there are many parts, yet one body.
    1Co 12:21 The eye cannot say to the hand, "I have no need of you," nor again the head to the feet, "I have no need of you."
    1Co 12:22 On the contrary, the parts of the body which seem to be weaker are indispensable,
    1Co 12:23 and those parts of the body which we think less honorable we invest with the greater honor, and our unpresentable parts are treated with greater modesty,
    1Co 12:24 which our more presentable parts do not require. But God has so composed the body, giving the greater honor to the inferior part,
    1Co 12:25 that there may be no discord in the body, but that the members may have the same care for one another.

  • ~ Unfortunately, Stewart Traill reserved his "care" not for us, but for himself.
  • ~ This was seen by the many and various ways that he indulged his own interests, while he was verbally abusive toward the body of believers.
  • ~ That he thoughtlessly vented his negative and hurtful slurs against God's own beloved people, who were bought and paid for with the blood of his precious son Jesus Christ.
  • ~ Yet Stewart Traill seemed to continually hold in contempt the very people who paid for every need of his.
  • ~ He seemed to have no ability to show any greatfulness, nor any thankfulness, towards we who paid for his every: not only need, but each of the extravagant luxuries that he chose for himself.
  • ~ Luxuries that the common brother and sister did not have the privilege to enjoy: his high property taxed homes, his high mortgage expenses, his small fleet of aircrafts, his trips to the Bahamas, etc, etc.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was nothing like our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, who walked among the common man and reached out to bring healing and comfort to those who were harrassed and helpless.
  • ~ Stewart Traill, unlike our Lord and Savior, contributed to the harrassment of God's people.
  • ~ Not only didn't Stewart relieve the burdens of the people, but like Pharoah and the Pharisees he oppressed and increased the stress of each and everyone.
  • ~ We who strained to hear any glimmer of kindness, or any reflection of the blessings that Jesus freely bestowed, but time and again were disappointed by his need to boast of himself as he ridiculed and put everyone else down.


  • [def. harassed: feeling or looking strained by having too many demands made on one.
    synonyms: stressed, strained, worn out, hard-pressed, careworn, troubled, under pressure, at the end of one's tether, hassled, under excessive obligation]

  • ~ Humiliating others publicly to control them is mischief.
  • ~ False interpretation of the bible is mischief.
  • ~ Loving the praise of man more than the praise of God is mischief.
  • ~ Saying that he was not the king when he in fact was the king is mischief.
  • ~ Saying that he was just a poor bible teacher is mischief.
  • ~ Saying that he wasnít the issue is a frequent use of his of mischief because it is supposed to knock you off the fact that indeed he was the issue.
  • ~ The grace meeting from start to finish was mischief at itís worst acting as if he was repenting when he wasnít.
  • ~ Using someoneís weakness against them for your own advantage is mischief.
  • ~ The love of money and doing anything to get it is mischief.


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.


  • ~ When brothers were openly proclaiming their intentions for a sister regarding a relationship and marriage, they were told that they were in the dark.
  • ~ Calling good evil and evil good is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill has also made mischief by statue.
  • ~ Knowing that you are wrong about something, and being shown repeatedly, and still not repenting from that is mischief.
  • ~ Using what God was trying to tell him and using it on us was a form of mischief.
  • ~ Go through any meeting you ever attended and WHATEVER he blamed us for HE WAS GUILTY OF.
  • ~ Rebelling against authority is mischief.
  • ~ Using the bible when it is convenient is mischief.
  • ~ Using the bible to leap one enslaved is mischief.
  • ~ Picking and choosing the scripture to your liking is mischief.
  • ~ Someone who is preaching the works doctrine when salvation is a free gift is filled with mischief.
  • ~ Mischief is a big deal in the bible.
  • ~ Lying about Jesus is mischief.
  • ~ Lying about witnessing is mischief.
  • ~ Hiding from the body his true heart is mischief.
  • ~ Willfully enslaving one is mischief.
  • ~ Refusing to release the captive is Mischief.
  • ~ Being rash with his tongue is mischief.
  • ~ Not bridling his tongue is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Being rude is Mischief.
  • ~ Expresing a mocking spirit is mischief.
  • ~ Blackmail is Mischief.
  • ~ Making new laws that go against the bible is mischief.
  • ~ Hinting that he may be "Elijah" was mischief.
  • ~ Claiming that no one knew The Bible as he does is mischief.
  • ~ Claiming that no one else can interpret The Bible like he can was mischief.
  • ~ Circumventing the Bible bylaws is mischief.
  • ~ Creating bylaws, which are rules made to control the actions of the members of a group, that were oppressive.
  • ~ Causing the hearts of those in our group to lose hope, is mischief.
  • ~ Causing the hearts of those in our group to dispair, is mischief.
  • ~ Causing the hearts of those in our group to doubt, is mischief.
  • ~ Causing the hearts of those in our group to feel distress, is mischief.
  • ~ Causing the hearts of those in our group to always second guess ourselves, is mischief.
  • ~ Causing the hearts of those in our group to be filled with suspicion, is mischief.
  • ~ Using the bylaws he created to keep those in our group down, is mischief.
  • ~ Promising to give a bride and holding it is mischief.
  • ~ Bribery is Mischief.
  • ~ Putting down the righteous in order to lift up the wicked is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Strengthening the hands of a false teacher is mischief.
  • ~ Straightening the hands of a false teacher is mischief.
  • ~ Strengthening the hands of a false Shepherd is mischief.
  • ~ Treachery is mischief.
  • ~ Mischief lodges in the bosom of fools.(Ec 7:9)
  • ~ Mischief lives in the bosom of those who are wicked.
  • ~ Not disclosing to the body his true intentions was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart touted that he was walking in the spirit when he was really just walking in the flesh is mischief.
  • ~ Trying to serve God and mammon at the same time is mischief.
  • ~ Reflecting a wrong example of Christ Jesus is mischief.
  • ~ Stuart trail thought that being rude was holy when it was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart was always being nasty was also a form of mischief.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves the praise of man more than the praise of God.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves evil more than good.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves. to use you weaknesses to their advantage
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to corrupt the innocent.
  • ~ Making plans for someones demise is mischief and corrupts the heart and mind.
  • ~ Twisting others up to do his bidding and extort their earnings for his own gain is corruption and mischief!


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.


  • ~ When someone is more than 20 years older than those he is leading and there are no others his age to check him, this is an opportunity for mischief and corruption!
  • ~ When Stewart Tanner Traill, who was born February 19, 1936 and is almost 80 years old and still pals around with 18-20 year olds, he makes it clear that he is up to mischief and corruption!
  • ~ The mischief maker loves wealth and power.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to see the righteous in anguish.
  • ~ Mischief makers love plotting destruction.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's tongue is like a sharp razor, this was mischief.
  • ~ Mischief maker loves lying more than speaking the truth.
  • ~ Mischief makers love all words that devour.
  • ~ Mischief makers have a deceitful tongue.
  • ~ He or she who walks in mischief will not go unpunished.
  • ~ The mischief maker vexes the righteous.
  • ~ The Lord will thwart the plans of the mischief maker.
  • ~ Do not drink the drink of mischief.
  • ~ Mischief robs the heart.
  • ~ Mischief robs the soul.
  • ~ Mischief robs the body.
  • ~ Mischief robs the heart of peace.
  • ~ Mischief robs the mind.
  • ~ The mischief maker causes trouble for the righteous.
  • ~ The mischief maker is like a brother who destroys.
  • ~ The mischief maker is in league with the enemy.
  • ~ The mischief maker has a lying tongue.
  • ~ The mischief maker is a boaster.
  • ~ The mischief maker does dirty deeds in the dark.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to oppress the godly.
  • ~ The mischief maker love to see the godly suffer pain.
  • ~ The mischief maker has no morals.
  • ~ Woe to the mighty man of mischief.
  • ~ The mischief maker works treachery.
  • ~ Stewart Trail is a mischief maker.
  • ~ mischief is an enemy to the poor.
  • ~ The mischief maker are an enemy to the needy.
  • ~ The mischief maker are an enemy to the upright in heart.
  • ~ The mischief maker are an enemy of the righteous.
  • ~ The mischief maker are an enemy of oppressed.
  • ~ The mischief maker are an enemy of the fainthearted.
  • ~ The mischief maker are an enemy of the afflicted.
  • ~ The mischief maker are an enemy of those who walk by faith.
  • ~ Corruption follow after those who walk in mischief
  • ~ The mischief despise the law.
  • ~ The mischief do not seek the council of the Lord.
  • ~ The mischief do not seek the Lord.
  • ~ The mischief despise the lord.
  • ~ The mischief think that they will not get caught.
  • ~ The mischief maker is a liar.
  • ~ The mischief maker is a robber.
  • ~ The mischief maker have no honor.
  • ~ The mischief maker hate that which is godly.
  • ~ The mischief maker despise the poor.
  • ~ The mischief maker is an enemy of faith.
  • ~ The mischief maker is an enemy of hope.
  • ~ The mischief maker is an empty talker.
  • ~ The mischief maker is a boaster.
  • ~ The mischief maker love to boast of his on faithfulness, when in fact they are not faithful.
  • ~ The mischief maker is a nuisance to the righteous.
  • ~ Stewart Tanner Traill is a mischief maker.
  • ~ Stewart Tanner Traill is a troublemaker.
  • ~ Stewart Tanner Traill is a false bolster.
  • ~ The mischief maker is a false boaster.
  • ~ The mischief maker trust in the strength of their own arm.
  • ~ The Pharisees were mischief makers.
  • ~ The Sadducees were mischief makers.
  • ~ The Pharisees were able to hide mischief very well.
  • ~ Stewart Tanner Traill was able to hide his mischief very well.
  • ~ The Lord is mighty overall.
  • ~ The Lord is mighty over the mischief.
  • ~ The mischief maker says there is no God.
  • ~ The mischief makers do not fear God.
  • ~ The mischief maker is a sneak thief.
  • ~ Mischief is like a wild fire it is hard to put out.
  • ~ A little mischief can cause great destruction.
  • ~ Those who are committed to mischief are committed to their own destruction and the destruction of others.
  • ~ The mischief maker is an abomination to the righteous.
  • ~ The mischief maker will always accept a bribe.
  • ~ A king who is field with Mischief is an abomination to his people.
  • ~ A little mischief can bring down a whole house.
  • ~ A little mischief to bring down a whole building.
  • ~ Mischief can bring down a city.
  • ~ Mischief can bring down a country.
  • ~ The mischief makers seek his own favor.
  • ~ The mischief maker does not spurn evil.
  • ~ It is sport for the wicked to do mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill loves playing his little games of mischief.
  • ~ It was mischief what Stewart Traill boasted of all the wealth that he had gained through violence.
  • ~ Saying praise God to evil is Mischief.
  • ~ Joining sin to sin is mischief.
  • ~ Striking hands with evil doers is Mischief.
  • ~ Rejecting miracles is a form of mischief.
  • ~ The mischief maker get off on doing evil.
  • ~ The mischief hate being exposed for what they really are.
  • ~ Calamity will surely falls on a mischief maker.
  • ~ Calamity will fall on a mischief maker .
  • ~ Those from Cobu say you are looking back this is Mischief.
  • ~ Trying to keep people in the same cobu trap is mischief.
  • ~ Not talking about Cobu and sitting on what it's still doing to them is Mischief.
  • ~ Refusing to speak about Cobu its straightening Stewart's hand Of mischief.
  • ~ Mischief is the gift that keeps on robbing and taking.
  • ~ He or she who is a mischief maker is filled with fraud.
  • ~ The mischief maker is a leech.
  • ~ The mischief maker is a parasite.
  • ~ The mischief maker love free labor.
  • ~ The mischief maker love free labor because it is free and it makes him wealthier quicker.
  • ~ The mischief maker is constantly dreaming up get rich quick schemes and having others do the labor. Fixer anyone? .
  • ~ It was mischief of Stewart to get someone to try to siphon silver from fixer which even the big companies don't bother with.
  • ~ The mischief store up treasure for himself in this world.
  • ~ The mischief curse the Lord and His dwelling.
  • ~ The mischief maker gets his pleasure from seeing another stumble.
  • ~ The joy of the Mischief maker Is catching the unsuspecting.
  • ~ Much like a con man mischief maker enjoys getting over.
  • ~ The mischief maker enjoys getting over as much is any reward he gets from his mischief.
  • ~ The mischief maker uses falls kind words for his own advantage to enslave the people of God.
  • ~ The mischief maker uses false flattering words to hide his true intentions.
  • ~ That explains the slinker and the stinker.
  • ~ Smeagol killed Deagol for his ring and became a base creature.
  • ~ The mischief maker is too lazy to work so he has to fool others so that they do his work for him, like Tom Sawyer in the picket fence That was an example of mischief.
  • ~ The mischief delight in doing wrong to others.
  • ~ The mischief have a deep disrespect for God.
  • ~ The mischief have a deep disrespect for the people of God.
  • ~ The mischief hate the justice of the Lord.
  • ~ The mischief love doing petty crime.
  • ~ The mischief have made shipwreck of their faith.
  • ~ The mischief make excuses for their sin.
  • ~ The mischief maker has no conscience.
  • ~ The only thing that the mischief maker loves more than the gain from mischief is the feeling of knowing that he has gotten over on the hapless.
  • ~ Stewart is a mighty man of mischief.
  • ~ Stewart is a strong man of evil.
  • ~ Stewart is bent on mischief: he lives it, breathes it, it oozes out of his skin and infects all those around him.
  • ~ Haiti was and is an exercise in mischief.
  • ~ Haiti is an extension of the failed and fraudulent mischief that Stew carried to a foreign country.
  • ~ The children grew up in oppression and mischief.
  • ~ Check out our file on Haiti.
  • ~ Stew probably picked Haiti as a country because he was already a Hater.
  • ~ Having brethren buy him expensive houses and outfitting them with every one of his whims was and is mischief.
  • ~ Having the sisters do a bikini contest in the guise of well they need woman attention was mischief.
  • ~ The members are carrying out Stew's mischief when they go out witnessing.
  • ~ Witnessing for cobu people is complex mischief.
  • ~ Stew is bent on mischief.
  • ~ Cobu is committed to mischief.
  • ~ Walking by the flash but calling out walking by faith is mischief.
  • ~ Walking in all pressure in and calling it face is mischief.
  • ~ Calling a sisters meeting and making the sisters sit there for hours and never even speak into them is mischief.
  • ~ Calling his sisters meeting and reading over 20 magazines well they were waiting for you is also mischief; that is devilment.
  • ~ Subverting a sister in her cause was mischief.
  • ~ Subverting a brother in their cause was mischief.
  • ~ Not allowing the brothers and sisters to speak at the grace meeting when they were hurting is mischief.
  • ~ The Grace meeting was mischief from the pit of hell and nothing more.
  • ~ Selling the carpet business that we all worked hard to build up, at the height of its prosperity was mischief.
  • ~ Making brethren sit out overnight waiting to be picked up after working all day was mischief.
  • ~ Trying to justify using the brothers and sisters in slavery for his own interests is mischief.
  • ~ Abusing the brothers and sisters verbally all the time was mischief.
  • ~ Always going out to eat dinner at fancy restaurants using the money that each of us earned while we had bearly ten dollars a week for ourselves was mischief.
  • ~ Not bothering to know the names of the sheet that it in your charger is mischief.
  • ~ Not allowing brethren to leave meetings without being insulted was mischief.
  • ~ Not allowing brethren proper rest was mischief.
  • ~ Not having enough food when all we got was food and board was a form of mischief.
  • ~ Complaining that the Watts line was getting too expensive while he lived in luxury in Princeton was mischief.
  • ~ Stealing the heart of God people, as Stewart Traill did, is one of the highest forms of mischief.
  • ~ Setting roving bands of brethren to anyoneís house who started a relationship with the sole purpose of breaking up that relationship was mischief.
  • ~ Mischief is something that is acquired through wrong examples of a teacher or an authority figure.
  • ~ Calling the brothers lazy when they were not lazy when they were doing all of your bidding is mischief.
  • ~ Showing partiality to one that is doing wrong is mischief.
  • ~ Forbidding everyone from questioning anything is mischief.
  • ~ Not allowing the brothers to freely speak their mind when I'm wrong has been done to them is mischief.
  • ~ Not allowing sisters to speak their mind when wrong had been done to them is mischief.
  • ~ Blaming the brothers and sisters for wrong that you perpetrated against them is mischief.
  • ~ Never praising the brothers and sisters for work did they did was mischief.
  • ~ Making the sheep follow your evil desire instead of the Lord God is mischief.
  • ~ Using your tongue to curse instead of bless is mischief.
  • ~ Lawlessness is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Exalting one who is wicked is mischief.
  • ~ Mocking justice of the Lord is mischief.
  • ~ Counting yourself better than another Christian is mischief.
  • ~ Counting yourself as more right just another is Mischief when you know you are evil.
  • ~ Separating yourself from all counselors was mischief.
  • ~ Trusting Intelligence of man rather than God is mischief.
  • ~ Studying Psych books to use them on us was mischief.
  • ~ Going to a dinner and staring at people and talking about their ďBrownsĒ was mischiefĒ .
  • ~ In Cobu Stewart used a color code to describe things, brown referred to "human nature" he taught that our human nature was "ungodly behavior" which was mischief.
  • ~ In Cobu any normal "human interest" was looked down on as "being into the flesh" and this was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart frowned on our natural desires to date, and marry and start famlies, this was mischief.
  • While Stewart was hanging out late at night with single sisters at dinners, leaving his wife and children to wait at home was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart neglected his wife and children which was a poor Christian example and mischief.
  • ~ Stewart would ask impressionable young men, who would do anything for him, to "help his wife out" with any tasks she might need done.
  • ~ Stewart would leave his family for days at a time, while he would ingratiate himself to young people half his age, this was mischief.
  • ~ Anyone would know that an old man smiling down to young girls was up to no good and mischief.
  • ~ Having someone else do his dirty work is mischief.
  • ~ Having someone else discipline his children is mischief.
  • ~ Taking pleasure in practicing folly as Stewart did is mischief.
  • ~ Subverting justice for the poor is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's own father, who was a pastor saw what he was doing and disowned him because he saw that he was into mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's own brother never even told his wife and children that the Cobu cult leader was his brother.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's own father requested that Stewart not attend his funeral.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's disgraceful, mischievous behavior caused his own family to disown him.
  • ~ When it is in your power to help someone and you fail to do it that is sin and mischief.
  • ~ Warring against your neighbor who is living beside you peaceably is mischief.
  • ~ Treating those who are looking up to you contemptably is mischief.
  • ~ Humiliating those who did him know wrong was mischief.
  • ~ Being a warmonger is a mischief maker.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's insistance that his Cobu cult was "God's best" when it was actually a place ripe with disgrace was misleading and mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's insistance that his teachings were "filled with insight" when his example was deplorable was clearly mischief.
  • ~ A mischief maker will not continue in the house of the Lord.
  • ~ The mischief maker is an abomination to the Lord.
  • ~ The mischief maker is an abomination to men.
  • ~ The mischief maker is an abomination to all that desire to live a godly life.
  • ~ If the wicked and the mischief maker do not repent the Lord God and His Christ will take vengeance on them.
  • ~ The mischief maker does not trust the Lord.
  • ~ The mischief maker does not seek the Lord for advice or counsel.
  • ~ The mischief maker seeks his own council.
  • ~ The mischief maker says in his heart God is not going to do anything to me I can do whatever I want.
  • ~ The mischief maker says who sees me who knows me is that knowledge in the Most High?
  • ~ The mischief maker does abominable things in the name of the Lord.
  • ~ The mischief maker falls into the pit that he has laid or dug for someone else.
  • ~ One who sews to mischief will not prosper.
  • ~ Those who sow to mischief no been that they will not go on punished.
  • ~ The church is down to less than 100 members because of Stewarts continued mischief.
  • ~ The mischief are bent on their own destruction.
  • ~ Stuart Tanner Traill exacted gifts, this is also mischief
  • ~ Stewart Tanner trail has committed his heart to mischief.
  • ~ When the Pharisees tried to entrap the Lord Jesus that was mischief, and when Stewart tried to entrap us it was mischief too.
  • ~ The Pharisees were hoping to ask a question that the Lord could not answer this was mischief.
  • ~ The Sadducees also tried mischief.
  • ~ Killing the Lord Jesus for no reason when he had done no wrong, was the ultimate form of mischief.
  • ~ Imprisoning John the Baptist when he had done no wrong was mischief.
  • ~ Having John the Baptist killed for no reason was evil and mischief against the righteous.
  • ~ When Joab killed Absolom, against Davidís will, this was evil and michief.
  • ~ When Joab met Abner and hugged him, then spilt his blood with a dagger that he wasnít expecting, it was mischief.
  • ~ The snake talking Eve into having Adam eat the apple was mischief.
  • ~ The Jezzebel spirit is the spirit of mischief.
  • ~ Balaam acting the way he did when he was told not to do it was mischief and seeking for finances.
  • ~ Absolom getting horseman to ride beside him and make a spectacle of himself was mischief.
  • ~ The king asking Jeremiah to come before him and then sticking him in a cage was mischief.
  • ~ Herod telling the wise men that he wondered where Jesus so he could go and worship when he only wanted to kill him was mischief.
  • ~ Abusing authority is mischief.
  • ~ Being lose with your tongue is a form of mischief.
  • ~ Allowing foul talk out of your mouth is mischief.
  • ~ Slandering the people of God that are seeking your counsel is mischief.
  • ~ Slandering your brother and sister to gain an advantage is Mischief from the pit of hell.
  • ~ Having a brothers and sisters say I'm going to hell but Jesus loves me is mischief.
  • ~ Turning the needy away with an empty please is mischief.
  • ~ Walking in a shameful spirit is mischief.
  • ~ Crippling someone spiritually is mischief.
  • ~ Causing someone to sin is mischief.
  • ~ Causing one to doubt their salvation by false teaching is mischief
  • ~ Not following what the Lord has asked you to do to the letter is mischief.
  • ~ Poking fun at someone's ministry is Mischief.
  • ~ Sewing discord among Brothers is Mischief.
  • ~ Sewing discord among sisters is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing discord among elders is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to a party spirit is Mischief.
  • ~ Seeking to acquire wealth by any means is Mischief.
  • ~ Taking away all of the brothers and sisters defenses is mischief from the pit of hell.
  • ~ When someone would return to Jesus making them turn in all their money that they earned while out was mischief.


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.


  • ~ Putting a "godly stamp" on evil is mischief.
  • ~ Mischief robs the soul.
  • ~ Mischief robs the mind.
  • ~ Mischief robs the heart.
  • ~ Mischief robs the spirit.
  • ~ Mischief robs the body.
  • ~ The mischief maker robs churches.
  • ~ The mischief maker robs justice, when you rob the rights of others.
  • ~ The mischief maker robs the poor
  • ~ The mischief maker robs the righteous
  • ~ Mischief robs the christian of peace.
  • ~ Mischief robs the Christian of integrity.
  • ~ The mischief maker is a sneak thief
  • ~ Mischief robs the Christian of understanding.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's mischief hard to detect.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill went into Haiti.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill when he taught harshness.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill disheartened the sheep.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill taunted us.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill taught that God had a stick in his hands.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill hid his heart from the flock.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill taught oppression.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill used us for slavery.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill walked in oppression.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill encouraged lying.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill insulted his flock.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill insulted other pastors.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill insulted former members who tried to talk to him.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill kept us up in the wee hours of the night, knowing that we had to get up for work the next morning.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill told a brother at the grace meeting that he was deceiving himself if he thought that he was born again.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill to belittle us openly.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill disregard our feelings.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill to mock us privately.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill to mock us cooperate.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill disregard our opinions.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill to abuse the sheep.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill spent the tax money that was earmarked for the IRS.


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.


  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill tried to live a duplicitous life..
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill trusted in his filthy armor.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill held meetings in order to make one stumble.
  • ~ It was mischief from the pit of hell to call us names.
  • ~ It was mischief from the pit of hell to quench the spirit.
  • ~ It was mischief from the pit of hell to insult us.
  • ~ It was mischief from the pit of hell to lie to us.
  • ~ It was mischief from the pit of hell to taunt us.
  • ~ It was mischief from the pit of hell lead us astray.
  • ~ It was mischief from the pit of hell to blame us for your error.
  • ~ It was mischief from the pit of hell to blame your failure on God.
  • ~ It was mischief from the pit of hell to deceive us.
  • ~ It was mischief from the pit of hell to keep us in shackles when the Lord told you to let us go.
  • ~ Why do you walk in mischief oh man?
  • ~ Futile in their thinking is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's senseless mind has been darkened.
  • ~ Claiming to be wise, Stewart Tanner Traill you have become a fool.
  • ~ Stewart Traill slinking into darkness is mischief.
  • ~ The lusts of their hearts to impurity.
  • ~ Stewart Traill has acted dishonorably toward the women in his house, this is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill exchanged the truth about God for a lie which is mischief
  • ~ Worshipping someone who has proven to be a false teacher, a vile person, and unworthy of even normal human dignity is a sign of deception which was the mischief of Stewart Traill.
  • ~ Worshipping Stewart Traill is base mischief.
  • ~ Serving the creature rather than the Creator is base mischief.
  • ~ Worshipping Stewart Traill is wickedness.
  • ~ Worshipping Stewart Traill robs your soul.
  • ~ Worshipping Stewart Traill displeases the Lord Jesus.
  • ~ Worshipping Stewart Traill is a smoke in the Lord's nostrils.
  • ~ Worshipping Stewart Traill is a trick and no treat.
  • ~ Worshipping Stewart Traill is sin.
  • ~ Worshipping Stewart Traill goes against the bible, that counsels that Jesus is the only one worthy of our worship and praise.
  • ~ Worshiping Stewart Tanner Traill after he missed grace is mischief.
  • ~ Worshiping Stewart Tanner Traill is a lie that they will never admit to.
  • ~ Dishonorable passions is mischief.
  • ~ Walking in error is base mischief.
  • ~ Not acknowledge God is base mischief.
  • ~ Having a base mind is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to improper conduct is mischief.
  • ~ Being filled with all manner of wickedness is mischief.
  • ~ Loving evil is base mischief.
  • ~ Covetousness is base mischief.
  • ~ Malice is base mischief.
  • ~ Being full of envy is base mischief, Stewart Traill
  • ~ Stewart Traill was always despritely afraid of anyone else getting any recognition above himself, this is envy and mischief.
  • ~ Strife is base mischief, Stewart Traill caused much strife in the lives of those who trusted him.
  • ~ Deceit is base mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was deceitful in his proclaimation of "understanding the Bible" when he didn't know the first thing about grace or truth or Jesus Christ, as he admitted to missing grace during his entire reign over us in Cobu.
  • ~ Malignity is base mischief.
  • ~ Gossip is base mischief.
  • ~ Slander is a form of mischief
  • ~ Hating God is mischief.
  • ~ Being insolent is mischief.
  • ~ Being haughty is a type mischief, Stewart Traill was haughty before us continually.


  • [def. haughty: proud, arrogant, superior, disdainful, conceited, snobbish, self-important, pompous, boastful, condescending, contemptuous, mocking, scornful, etc.]

  • ~ Being foolish is mischief.
  • ~ Being faithless is mischief.
  • ~ Being heartless is mischief.
  • ~ Being ruthless is mischief.
  • ~ Approving those who practice evil is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was factious, a type of mischief.

  • [def. factious: divided, split, discordant, conflicting, argumentative, disagreeable, quarelsome, warring, at odds with others, non-harmonious, mutinous, promotes dissension.]

  • ~ Being factious is a type of mischief.
  • ~ Not obeying the truth is mischief.
  • ~ You shall not oppress your neighbor or rob him. That is mischief, which Stewart Traill did.
  • ~ Do not rob the poor because he is poor, that is sin.
  • ~ Crushing the afflicted at the gate is mischief.
  • ~ Turning aside the needy from receiving justice is mischief.
  • ~ Robbing the poor of their right is mischief.
  • ~ Using widows for your spoil is mischief.
  • ~ Giving us fat heads by saying that we were Godís best when Stewart did not know grace, nor God was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill kept the true peace of God from us because he did not know peace, this was mischief.
  • ~ Making the fatherless his prey was mischief!
  • ~ Robbing marriage from us was mischief.


  • Mal 3:8 Will man rob God? Yet you are robbing me. But you say, 'How are we robbing thee?' In your tithes and offerings.
    Rom 2:22 You who say that one must not commit adultery, do you commit adultery? You who abhor idols, do you rob the flock?


  • ~ We were programed by Stewart Traill for continual disappointment, this was mischief.


  • Jer 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you, says the LORD, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.


  • ~ Telling us we were programmed for success while ensuring our failure was mischief.
  • ~ Closing the Washington fellowships when they were possibly the healthiest in the whole bunch and making them move to Woodruff was mischief.
  • ~ We were programed by Stewart Traill for failure.
  • ~ There was no way to please the cult leader in cobu, he was never satisfied.
  • ~ Mocking the children of God is vile mischief.
  • ~ The ones who did get married received no blessing and were scoffed at, this was mischief.
  • ~ Discouraging marriage was one of his major tools that he used against the brothers and sisters.


  • Jer 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you, says the LORD, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.


  • ~ So when those who did get married they were greeted with Shame.
  • ~ Those who did get married were meet with contempt.
  • ~ The ones who did get married were treated with scorn and hatred.
  • ~ When Stewart said that a mans newborn child "was nothing more than protoplasm" so that the father wouldnít spend time with his child, but instead worked in the business to line Stewart Traill's pockets: this was malicious mischief.
  • ~ Mocking children when they cried was cruel mischief done by Stewart Traill.
  • ~ When one cares nothing for the needs of others but only for their own interests this is malicious mischief.
  • ~ Making parents feel that they were "robbing from God" if they spent time with their children was mischief.
  • ~ Especially when this low life was robbing from us, not only the funds that we earned, but the joyful life that God promised his people, this was malicious mischief!
  • ~ It was impossible to serve the Lord Jesus in cobu, because no one in Cobu knew Jesus, his name became the tool of mischief used by the mischief-maker who deceived us.
  • ~ The life-style of the brothers and sisters of Cobu was one dreary day after another, filled with service, relinquishing the funds we earned and than sitting before a tyrant and mischief-maker: Stewart Traill.
  • ~ Mr. Traill thought it was his duty to put more obstacles in the path of the brothers and sisters, this was mischief.
  • ~ Making it so that if you left his charge you would feel guilty and be damaged for life was a crippling and terrible bit of mischief.
  • ~ The sisters lived in constant stress because they were trying to serve 3 masters.


  • Mat 6:24 "No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.


  • ~ Trying to serve God, and trying to serve the never ending expectations of Stewart Traill who was into serving his own flesh and getting us to bring him more and more money, was not only mischief, but filled our hearts and minds with constant conflict.


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.



    [def. harassed: feeling or looking strained by having too many demands made on one.
    synonyms: stressed, strained, worn out, hard-pressed, careworn, troubled, under pressure, at the end of one's tether, hassled, under excessive obligation]

  • ~ We were trying to serve more than one master.
  • ~ He mocked us for being quote on quote stupid that was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill constantly cursed us in his heart that is also mischief.
  • ~ Decieving us and then mocking us for not standing up to him was mischief.
  • ~ After Stewart brutally tore someone down in public and then said, "Whose next?" was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart's Traill did not have pity on anyone but himself, was mischief.
  • ~ We did not bless another that was also mischief.
  • ~ We lived a lie and said that "it was the closest thing to heaven we could get" was Mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill fed us the lie "that we would never going to be blessed" many still believe this, it was mischief, and contrary God's word, which was much of what Stewart Traill taught.
  • ~ Stewart Traill fed us that only he was worthy of any blessing and proved it to us by robbing us blind and enjoying the fruits of our labors.
  • ~ Stewart Traill fed us that only he was worthy of having the comforts of married life, this was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill fed us that he had the power to take any blessing of God from us whenever he was so inclined, this was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill fed us that unless we "towed his line" that he could crush us before the group, this was mischief.
  • ~ Snowing someone in order to get advantage, or feeding them a lie as Stewart did, was mischief.
  • ~ Trying to be faithful in COBU was like serving a 3 headed monster and never winning, this was mischief.
  • ~ It was impossible to have any sense of wellbeing in Cobu, because the mischief-maker of Cobu: Stewart Traill made sure we lived in a constant state of fear.


  • 1Jn 4:18 There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and he who fears is not perfected in love.
    1Jn 4:19 We love, because he first loved us.
    1Jn 4:20 If any one says, "I love God," and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen, cannot love God whom he has not seen.


  • ~ It was impossible to please Jesus in cobu, some church huh? This was mischief!
  • ~ There was never any peace in cobu, some church huh? This was mischief!
  • ~ Ones who got married in cobu were openly and publicly scoffed at and looked upon with scorn. and the members did not see that this was wrong.
  • ~ Many sisters thought, "Why should I get married that's the same fate that will await me is publicly humiliation." that's why Stewart did it, it was mischief.
  • ~ Putting the love of money before the love of God was mischief that Stewart Traill excelled at!


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.


  • ~ The spirit of mischief ran rampant in the church of untended hearts.
  • ~ The spirit of mischief is the spirit of evil.
  • ~ The spirit of mischief is wickedness.
  • ~ The spirit of mischief ran through Stewart Traill and came forth from his mouth.
  • ~ The spirit of mischief is the spirit of slavery.
  • ~ The spirit of slavery is the spirit of mischief, Stewart treated the men and women of God as his own personal slaves.
  • ~ The spirit of the headline is mischief, Stewart was always into giving us "the next headline, or the next line for us to tow of his personal interests.
  • ~ The spirit of antichrist is the spirit of mischief.
  • ~ The spirit of mischief is to spread anarchy.
  • ~ Casting doubt on prophesy was mischief.
  • ~ Grieving the Spirit of God by denying itís power is mischief and evil doing.
  • ~ The spirit of lying Is mischief.
  • ~ The spirit of deviltry is mischief.
  • ~ The pleasing of man and wrapping it in a Christian bow is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he when he put his first wife away.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he did not keep his heart clean.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he when he deceived the flock.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he was arrogant.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he claimed that he was clean when he was dirty.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he sought evil devices.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he separated himself from the brother and sisters.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he lied about his insight on the bible.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he caused the flock to sin .
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he lied that we were unfaithful.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he used his authority to hurt the children of God.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he used his power for evil.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he took away all of our defenses.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he claimed that he had true interpretation of the bible.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he went to Haiti.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he forbid marriages.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he robbed us of common sense.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he hid his true heart from the body.


  • Is 29:13 And the Lord said: "Because this people draw near with their mouth and honor me with their lips, while their hearts are far from me, and their fear of me is a commandment of men learned by rote;
    Is 29:15 Woe to those who hide deep from the LORD their counsel, whose deeds are in the dark, and who say, "Who sees us? Who knows us?"
    Is 29:16 You turn things upside down!


  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he denied us access to his true intentions.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he denied us true access to his plans of enslavement.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he made false promises.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he stole the best years of our youth.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he insisted on his own way.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he walked in cruelty.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he hurt us continually and said that it was Jesus.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he never told us what would please him.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he did not seek the Lord.
  • ~ Stewart Traillís heart was bent on mischief when he did not seek the good of the flock.
  • ~ Stewart Traill passed his mischief on to his disciples
  • ~ Now the works of the flesh are plain: such as base mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to impurity is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to licentiousness is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to idolatry is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to sorcery is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to enmity is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to strife is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to jealousy is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to anger is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to selfishness is mischief, it was one of Stewart Traill's greatest gifts.
  • ~ Causing dissension is mischief, another one of Stewart Traill's gifts.
  • ~ Sewing to the party spirit is mischief, this is when everyone gets programed to "tout the same line" a Cobu obligation that came down from Stewart Traill.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's Cobu mission was to get everyone to be a "well oiled machine" keep your mouth shut and bring in the "do-re-me" or Stewart's greatest love: money, the root of all evil.


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.


  • ~ Sewing to envy is mischief.
  • ~ Spiritual drunkenness is mischief.
  • ~ Sewing to carousing is mischief.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made us feel too guilty to take communion.
  • ~ It was mischief when ST made us feel unworthy of communion.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart said that we have to practice being a son of God.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill tried to circumvent the law.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart encouraged the fellowship to go and gather up the b when the Fellowship went after homeless people.
  • ~ It was mischief because the homeless people and the boys will come in the house we're going to face the same as fortunate that the first the second generation suffered.
  • ~ Not keeping ones promise is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill never had true interpretation of the Bible, no matter what he claimed, he was filled with mischief.
  • ~ It turns out that he wasn't even close, his behavior proved it, he was a man of mischief.
  • ~ Stewart wasn't even in the same ballpark as those who live godly lives, he was bent on mischief.
  • ~ Stewart deceived the people to serve Him.
  • ~ Stewart did not know the names of the sheep in his charge this is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart did not care about the lambs, they like the older brothers and sisters were just a means to an end he craved that was driven by mischief.
  • ~ Stewart did not care about the sheep, he was only into using them for his own gain, like the mischief maker and hireling that he is.
  • ~ Stewart only cared about himself, the true love of the mischief maker.
  • ~ Stewart Traill loved to boast of his accomplishments, which were really the things that the brothers and sisters accomplished, this turning things upside down was and is mischief.
  • ~ Boasting of the flesh, as Stewart did, is mischief.
  • ~ In our witnessing we were advertising for Stewart's mischief.
  • ~ In our witnessing we were bringing unsuspecting people into Stewart rails mischief.
  • ~ We pulled the mischief we learned from Stewart Traill on the unsaved and manipulated them into our group, the "Stewart Aid Society."
  • ~ Walking in darkness is mischief.
  • ~ Mischief is on the lips of Stewart Tanner Traill.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill allowed the older brothers to discipline his son when he should have been doing that himself.
  • ~ It was mischief that Stewart's Traill didn't bother going to court and speaking the truth about his role in it.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, instigating others to do wrong and then hiding out when they take the fall, which is mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, instigating others to oppress one another and then act as though he wasn't part of "our fellowship" when he was the author and director of our Cobu lives, again, this is mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, instigating others to be oppressive and "rock the boat" knowing that this would prevent relationships, this was mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, instigating others to be condescending and look down their noses at one another since The Bible counsels to "count others better than ourselves" more mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, instigating others by his example to be rude and grouchy, because this is such a great way to be.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, instigating others to neglect their families so that they can devote themselves to his interests.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, leading us into wrongdoing and sin and then denying his role in his leadership directives, this is mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, leading us into behaviors that contradict the counsels of scripture and acting as though his influence is "righteous behavior" when it is purely mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking husbands infront of their wives and everyone else just to oppress the marriages that already were on rocky ground.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking brothers and making them "look bad" to everyone so that he could appear "the best show in town" causing heart ache, frustration and mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking the brothers and sisters and making them doubt their own views of things, so that he could fill our minds with his thoughts, this was mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking everyone and then giving a "teaching" on how we shouldn't mock one another! This was mischief!
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, after years of treating others brutally, claiming that he had no knowledge of the "grace of God" and blaming God that he hid it from him, this was mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, leading all of us around by the nose and then blaming all of us for the way that things were, this was mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, exacting more and more obligations of us and then criticizing us when other important obligations got neglected while we were following his latest scheme.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, to teach us to be harsh to one another and say that we were "in a safe land" this was mischief.
  • ~ It was cowardly of Stewart to not only not protect the sheep from the wolf, but to act as the wolf himself and devour our faith, our confidence, and prevent a peaceful place to be, and then deny any culpability, this was mischief.
  • Stewart saw the sheep suffering and did not lift a finger, but instead would mock our predicament, this was mischief. Stewart saw the sheep suffering and then would harden his heart and blame us for the situations that he himself caused, this was mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking Stewart was not interested in offering any comfort to those who were hurting or suffering one bit, and was often known to instead oppress a person further when they sought his counsel, this was mischief.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking We were all baptized into Stewart Traillís mischief of the way he took his second wife Gayle.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking We were all baptized into Stewart Traillís mischief of his cheap tricks.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking We were all baptized into Stewart Traillís mischief of deceit.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking We were all baptized into Stewart Traillís mischief of treachery.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking We were all baptized into Stewart Traillís mischief of his crime.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking We were all baptized into Stewart Traillís mischief of false humility.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking We were all baptized into Stewart Traillís mischief of his stupidity.
  • ~ Typical Stewart Traill, mocking We were all baptized into Stewart Traillís mischief of his self-conceit.
  • ~ We were all baptized into the mischief of Stewart Traillís whims.
  • ~ We were all baptized into the mischief of Stewart Traillís ever changing doctrines.
  • ~ We were all baptized into the mischief of Stewart Traillís nasty spirit.
  • ~ We were all baptized into the mischief of Stewart Traillís nasty attitudes.
  • ~ We were all baptized into the mischief of Stewart Traillís neglect.
  • ~ We were all baptized into the mischief of Stewart Traillís falsehood.
  • ~ We were all baptized into the mischief of Stewart Traillís trickery.
  • ~ We were all baptized into the mischief of Stewart Traillís behavior of one upsmanship.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's wickedness caused the suffering of many who looked up to him for guidance.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's example is filled with malignant mischief and had nothing to do with peace.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's example is filled with malignant mischief and had nothing to do with common decency.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's example is filled with malignant mischief and had nothing to do with gentleness.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's example is filled with malignant mischief and had nothing to do with the grace of God.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's example is filled with malignant mischief and had nothing to do with humility.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's example is filled with malignant mischief and had nothing to do with showing perfect courtesy.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's example is filled with malignant mischief and had nothing to do with being respectful of one another.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's example is filled with malignant mischief and had nothing to do with faithfulness.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's example is filled with malignant mischief and had nothing to do with righteousness.


  • 1Ti 6:11 But as for you, man of God, shun all this; aim at righteousness, godliness, faith, love, steadfastness, gentleness.
    1Ti 6:3 If any one teaches otherwise and does not agree with the sound words of our Lord Jesus Christ and the teaching which accords with godliness,
    1Ti 6:4 he is puffed up with conceit, he knows nothing; he has a morbid craving for controversy and for disputes about words, which produce envy, dissension, slander, base suspicions,
    1Ti 6:5 and wrangling among men who are depraved in mind and bereft of the truth, imagining that godliness is a means of gain.
    1Pe 1:13 Therefore gird up your minds, be sober, set your hope fully upon the grace that is coming to you at the revelation of Jesus Christ.
    1Pe 1:14 As obedient children, do not be conformed to the passions of your former ignorance,
    1Pe 1:15 but as he who called you is holy, be holy yourselves in all your conduct;
    1Pe 1:16 since it is written, "You shall be holy, for I am holy."
    Tit 3:2 to speak evil of no one, to avoid quarreling, to be gentle, and to show perfect courtesy toward all men.


  • ~ Stewart Traill hides behind false humility.
  • ~ Stewart Traill hides behind false caring.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was a mad man with no heart.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was a mad man with no sense.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was a mad man without understanding.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was a mad man without any true insight.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was a mad man without any ability to reason with anyone, because he didn't open his ear to anyone else, this was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was a mad man without any real wisdom, but a morbid compulsion to get everyone to do his personal bidding.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was a mad man, who led others in his madness and said we were in a "safe land" this was mischief.
  • ~ We submitted to Stewart Traill's verbal abuse.
  • ~ We were subject to Stewart Traill's spiritual abuse.
  • ~ There was no softness in Stewart Traill's heart.
  • ~ There was no compassion in Stewart Traill's heart.
  • ~ There was no gentleness in Stewart Traill's heart.
  • ~ There was only harshness and brutality in Stewart Traill's heart.
  • ~ Then Stewart Traill turned around and told us that all of the poor behaviors that he displayed before us was Jesus, when it was purely mischief.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill said that he was like Christ, this was mischief.
  • ~ The way that Stewart Traill was committed to discouraging the men and women of God was beyond belief, it was wicked madness.
  • ~ A man of mischief devises more mischief.
  • ~ A man of mischief will always accept a bribe.
  • ~ A man of mischief exacts gifts.
  • ~ A man of mischief lacks sense.
  • ~ A man of mischief lacks good judgment.
  • ~ A man of mischief lacks understanding.
  • ~ A man of mischief disregard the rights of others.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves oppressing his fellow man.
  • ~ A man of mischief craves violence.
  • ~ A man of mischief craves war.
  • ~ A man of mischief is not satisfied until he has made a another stumble.

  • Pro 4:14 Do not enter the path of the wicked, and do not walk in the way of evil men.
    Pro 4:15 Avoid it; do not go on it; turn away from it and pass on.
    Pro 4:16 For they cannot sleep unless they have done wrong; they are robbed of sleep unless they have made some one stumble.
    Lam 3:36 to subvert a man in his cause, the Lord does not approve.

    Job 21:27 "Behold, I know your thoughts, and your schemes to wrong me.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they charged him with guilt, just like Stewart Traill did to us.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they did not listen to him, just like Stewart Traill did to us.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they insist on refusing to see the obvious, just like Stewart Traill did to us.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they refused to be thoughtful for his calamity, just like Stewart Traill did to us.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they mocked him, just like Stewart Traill did to us.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they were skeptical of him, just like Stewart Traill did to us.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they did not know God as well as they thought they did, just like Stewart Traill.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they trusted in their false knowledge of God, just like Stewart Traill.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they showed no compassion, just like Stewart Traill.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they refused to pray for him, just like Stewart Traill.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they said that he was not right with God, just like Stewart Traill made erroneous assumptions of us.
  • ~ Job's three friends committed mischief, when they did not seek the Lord for the answers to their friends predicament, just like Stewart Traill did to us.
  • ~ It was contemptible and mischievous of Stewart Traill to make erroneous assumptions about the conditions of everyone elses faith in God.
  • ~ It was contemptible and mischievous of Stewart Traill to make false assumptions about the conditions of everyone elses faith in God.
  • ~ It was contemptible and mischievous of Stewart Traill to make inaccurate assumptions about the conditions of everyone elses faith in God.
  • ~ It was contemptible and mischievous of Stewart Traill to make erroneous assumptions about the conditions of everyone elses faith in God.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was and is a miserable comforter, because he couldn't give what he didn't have.
  • ~ It was mischief to proclaim to be a teacher of godliness, when one didn't know the first thing about it.
  • ~ It was mischief to proclaim to be a teacher of truthfulness, when one didn't know the first thing about it.
  • ~ It was mischief to proclaim to be a teacher of compassion, when one didn't know the first thing about it.
  • ~ It was mischief to proclaim to be a teacher of lowliness, when one didn't know the first thing about it.
  • ~ It was mischief to proclaim to be a teacher of kindness, when one didn't know the first thing about it.
  • ~ It was mischief to proclaim to be a teacher of gentleness, when one didn't know the first thing about it.
  • ~ It was mischief to proclaim to be a teacher of faithfulness, when one didn't know the first thing about it.
  • ~ It was mischief to proclaim to be a teacher of brotherly affection, when one didn't know the first thing about it.


  • 2Pe 1:5 For this very reason make every effort to supplement your faith with virtue, and virtue with knowledge,
    2Pe 1:6 and knowledge with self-control, and self-control with steadfastness, and steadfastness with godliness,
    2Pe 1:7 and godliness with brotherly affection, and brotherly affection with love.
    2Pe 1:8 For if these things are yours and abound, they keep you from being ineffective or unfruitful in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.
    2Pe 1:9 For whoever lacks these things is blind and shortsighted and has forgotten that he was cleansed from his old sins.

  • ~ It was typical of Stewart Traill to throw everyone's sins in their faces and act as though he had the right to do this, when God wanted us to trust in his forgiveness, this was mischief.
  • ~ It was typical of Stewart Traill to throw everyone's shortcomings in their faces and act as though he had the right to do this, when God wanted us to trust in his forgiveness, this was mischief.
  • ~ It was typical of Stewart Traill to throw everyone's weaknesses in their faces and act as though he had the right to do this, when God wanted us to trust in his forgiveness, this was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill acted as though his mischief would never be proclaimed from the roof top.
  • ~ Stewart Traill acted as though his mischief would never be told on the world wide web.
  • ~ Stewart Traill acted as though his mischief would never be made clear for all to see.
  • ~ Stewart Traill acted as though his mischief would never be in plain sight.

    Ps 36:1 Transgression speaks to the wicked deep in his heart; there is no fear of God before his eyes.
    Ps 36:2 For he flatters himself in his own eyes that his iniquity cannot be found out and hated.
    Ps 36:3 The words of his mouth are mischief and deceit; he has ceased to act wisely and do good.
    Ps 36:4 He plots mischief while on his bed; he sets himself in a way that is not good; he spurns not evil.

  • ~ Saul sought to kill David for no reason, this was mischief.
  • ~ Saul was committed to mischief against David.
  • ~ Saul sought to renew the kingdom on his own terms it was mischief.
  • ~ Making excuses is mischief.
  • ~ Having a rash tongue is mischief.
  • ~ The mischief maker devises evil things.
  • ~ The mischief stand behind mischief.
  • ~ It is sin to deprive the brothers and sisters of their money, just because Stewart coveted it.


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.

    It was sin and mischief to emasculate the men.

    [def. emasculate: make (a person, idea, or subject) weaker or less effective. "our winner-take-all elections emasculate the fringe parties"
    synonyms: weaken, enfeeble, debilitate, erode, undermine, cripple; to deprive (a man) of his male role or identity.]

    It is mischief for the fool to speak folly.
  • ~ Stewart Traill took pleasure in plotting iniquity, which was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill took pleasure in plotting the downfall of the older brothers, which was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill took pleasure in plotting the inability of the brothers and sisters to date each other, which was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill took pleasure in plotting how to crush the brothers and sisters confidance in themselves and obligated them to do his bidding, which was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill took pleasure in plotting how to keep everyone focused on his interests, which was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill practiced ungodliness, and then called it righteousness.


  • Is 29:13 And the Lord said: "Because this people draw near with their mouth and honor me with their lips, while their hearts are far from me, and their fear of me is a commandment of men learned by rote;
    Is 29:15 Woe to those who hide deep from the LORD their counsel, whose deeds are in the dark, and who say, "Who sees us? Who knows us?"
    Is 29:16 You turn things upside down!

  • ~ It is mischief to utter error concerning the LORD as Stewart Traill proved to do time and again.
  • ~ It is mischief to leave the craving of the hungry unsatisfied, as Stewart Traill did when he fed us curses rather than praise.

    Jas 3:9 With it we bless the Lord and Father, and with it we curse men, who are made in the likeness of God.
    Jas 3:10 From the same mouth come blessing and cursing. My brethren, this ought not to be so.
    Ps 107:8 Let them thank the LORD for his steadfast love, for his wonderful works to the sons of men!
    Ps 107:9 For he satisfies him who is thirsty, and the hungry he fills with good things.
    Mat 9:36 When he saw the crowds, he had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.

    [def. harassed: feeling or looking strained by having too many demands made on one.
    synonyms: stressed, strained, worn out, hard-pressed, careworn, troubled, under pressure, at the end of one's tether, hassled, under excessive obligation]

  • ~ It is mischief to deprive the thirsty of drink, when it is in your hand to give it.
  • ~ Stewart Traill devises wicked devices to ruin the poor with lying words, even when the plea of the needy is right.
  • ~ To enslave the hapless is wrong and mischief and Stewart Traill perpetrated enslavement upon us all.
  • ~ To enslave the widow is wrong.
  • ~ To enslave the meek is mischief.
  • ~ To enslave the upright is sin.
  • ~ To enslave the weak is mischief.
  • ~ To enslave the poor of the land is mischief.
  • ~ To steal from the poor when you are rich is mischief.
  • ~ Sometimes mischief is so well disguised, it is extremely difficult to detect.
  • ~ Sometimes mischief is right in front of our faces all along, but we were too deceived to notice it!
  • ~ Stewart is and was a parasite, he clung to our hearts and our minds and we seemed unable to shake him loose from us.
  • ~ Stewart is selfish screw up that shows no mercy, yet he always wanted us to turn away from holding him accountable for all the ways he acted ungodly.
  • ~ Stewart Traill was a no account bully, who bullied gods people to do for him and do for him which was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart is a leech who likes to suck the life out of all those around him, which is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart didn't despise the gain of oppression.
  • ~ Stewart never paid for his bribes.
  • ~ Stewart never stopped his ears from hearing of (spiritual) bloodshed.
  • ~ Stewart had his eyes wide open looking upon evil.
  • ~ Stewart had his eyes wide open looking upon evil thoughts.
  • ~ Stewart had his eyes wide open looking upon evil dealings.
  • ~ Stewart had his eyes wide open looking upon evil devices.
  • ~ Stewart had his eyes wide open looking upon evil mischief.
  • ~ Stewart had his eyes wide open looking upon evil passions.
  • ~ Stewart had his eyes wide open looking upon evil lusts.
  • ~ Stewart had his eyes wide open looking upon evil desires.
  • ~ Stewart had his eyes wide open looking upon the sisters with evil desires.
  • ~ Stewart had his eyes wide open looking upon his evil heart that he did not ask the Lord to cleanse.
  • ~ To place more burdens on the upright is mischief.
  • ~ Stewart has trained his disciples to commit mischief.
  • ~ Stewart loves to send his disciples out to do his mischief.
  • ~ His disciples take delight in doing his dirty work.
  • ~ His disciples praise one another for doing mischief.
  • ~ Doing mischief makes a cobu heart glad.
  • ~ Cobu disciples like to murder the spirit of those who are in their way.
  • ~ Stewart Traill's mischief is a complete.
  • ~ Stewart Traill loves his tools of mischief.
  • ~ Stewart Traill takes delight in doing mischief to the sisters and brothers.
  • ~ A mischief maker has bad judgment.
  • ~ A mischief maker has blind eyes.
  • ~ A mischief maker has a twisted sense of right and wrong.
  • ~ A mischief maker has a twisted sense of what it means to considerate of others.
  • ~ A mischief maker has no interest in doing what is right.
  • ~ A mischief maker has no interest in doing what is kind.
  • ~ A mischief maker has no interest in doing what is acceptable.
  • ~ A mischief maker has no interest in doing what is noble.
  • ~ A mischief maker has no interest in doing what makes for peace.
  • ~ A mischief maker has no interest in doing what makes for justice .
  • ~ A mischief maker does not speak the language of justice.
  • ~ A mischief maker does not care about the harm that his mischief causes.


  • Rom 12:16 Live in harmony with one another; do not be haughty, but associate with the lowly; never be conceited.
    Rom 12:17 Repay no one evil for evil, but take thought for what is noble in the sight of all.
    Rom 12:18 If possible, so far as it depends upon you, live peaceably with all.
  • ~ The mischief maker has no discipline.
  • ~ The mischief maker speaks with a forked tongue.
  • ~ The mischief maker does not speak distinctly.
  • ~ It is mischief to call the fool noble.
  • ~ It is mischief to call the knave honorable.
  • ~ It is mischief to call Stewart noble.
  • ~ It is mischief to call Stewart honorable.
  • ~ Stewart Traill speaks folly.
  • ~ Stewart plots iniquity.
  • ~ Making us feel unfaithful if we wanted to be part of the church but not live in was mischief.
  • ~ Stewart has deprived the needy of there right.
  • ~ Stewart has deprived the needy of their right to justice.
  • ~ Stewart has deprived the needy of their right to feel.
  • ~ Stewart has deprived the needy of their right to be free.
  • ~ Stewart has deprived the needy of their right to live in peace.
  • ~ Stewart has deprived the needy of their right to make their own choices.
  • ~ Stewart has deprived the needy of their right to walk by faith.
  • ~ Stewart has deprived the needy of their right to express their thoughts freely.
  • ~ Stewart has deprived the needy of their right to state their own opinion.
  • ~ Stewart has deprived the needy of their right to question their leader.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to walk in the light in his church.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to walk by faith.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to serve Jesus in that place.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to trust Jesus in that cesspool of a church.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to walk by the spirit.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to get married in cobu.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to have a healthy marriage in cobu.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to live by the spirit there.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to please him.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible when he abused us and said that it was Christ.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to have peace of mind.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to when we were ridiculed for everything we did.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to see Jesus in this place.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to know Jesus.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to fulfill a goal in cobu.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to follow a directive because the leader kept changing the commands.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to be single-minded.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to be single hearted.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill kept putting stumbling blocks in our path.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible for us to save or keep our own money!
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible for us to go anywhere.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to please Jesus when he put dog leashes on our necks.
  • ~ It was mischief when Stewart Traill made it impossible to live in peace with one another.


  • Ps 10:2 In arrogance the wicked hotly pursue the poor; let them be caught in the schemes which they have devised.
    Ps 10:3 For the wicked boasts of the desires of his heart, and the man greedy for gain curses and renounces the LORD.
    Ps 10:4 In the pride of his countenance the wicked does not seek him; all his thoughts are, "There is no God."

  • ~ Let Stewart be caught in the schemes and mischief which he devised.
  • ~ Stewart Traill, like the wicked, boasts of the desires of his own heart.
  • ~ Stewart Traill, greedy for gain, causes mischief, curses the weak and renounces the LORD.
  • ~ In the pride of his countenance, Stewart Tanner Traill does not seek to do what is right and all his thoughts are, "There is no God."
  • ~ Stewart's ways prosper at all times; thy judgments are on high, out of his sight; as for all his foes, he puffs at them.
  • ~ Stewart thinks in his heart, "I shall not be moved; throughout all generations I shall not meet adversity."

  • Ps 10:5 His ways prosper at all times; thy judgments are on high, out of his sight; as for all his foes, he puffs at them.
    Ps 10:6 He thinks in his heart, "I shall not be moved; throughout all generations I shall not meet adversity."
    Ps 10:7 His mouth is filled with cursing and deceit and oppression; under his tongue are mischief and iniquity.

  • ~ Stewart Traill counts those who are God's own people as those who should do obeisants to him.
  • ~ His mouth is filled with cursing.
  • ~ His mouth is filled with deceit.
  • ~ His mouth is filled with oppression.
  • ~ Under Stewart's tongue are mischief and iniquity.
  • ~ He sits in ambush in the villages.
  • ~ In hiding places Stewart Traill murders the innocent.
  • ~ His eyes stealthily watch for the hapless.
  • ~ He lurks in secret like a lion in his covert; he lurks that he may seize the poor.
  • ~ Stewart Traill seizes the poor when he draws him into his net.
  • ~ The hapless is crushed, sinks down, and falls by his might.
  • ~ Stewart Traill thinks in his heart, "God has forgotten, he has hidden his face, he will never see it."
  • ~ Stewart loves afflicting the righteous.
  • ~ Why does the wicked renounce God, and say in his heart, "Thou wilt not call to account"?
  • ~ The mischief causes trouble for the poor and innocent.
  • ~ The mischief are a vexation, for the righteous.
  • ~ Break thou the arm of the wicked.
  • ~ The Lord will punish all of the evildoers.
  • ~ The lord will seek out his wickedness so Stewart Traill till he find none.
  • ~ Stewart Traill did not love justice.
  • ~ Stewart Traill takes advantage of the fatherless.
  • ~ Stewart Traill has oppressed the meek.
  • ~ Stewart Traill a man who is of the earth may strike terror no more.
  • ~ Stewart Traill who is wicked love to bend the bow, he has fitted his arrow to the string, to shoot in the dark at the upright in heart.
  • ~ Stewart in his arrogance says "if the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do"?
  • ~ The Lord's soul hates him who loves violence.
  • ~ The man of violence loves mischief.
  • ~ The man of violence loves wickedness.
  • ~ The man of violence loves cheating.
  • ~ The man of violence loves gain by oppression.
  • ~ The man of violence loves slavery.
  • ~ The man of violence loves empty talk.
  • ~ The man of violence loves futile thinkers.
  • ~ The man of violence loves deceit.
  • ~ The man of violence loves wrongdoing.
  • ~ The man of violence loves to slander.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to deny the poor of their wages.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to deny the power of God.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to silence the righteous.
  • ~ The mischief maker justifies himself when his opponents bow out.
  • ~ Winning by any means needed is mischief.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to oppress the poor
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to oppress the meek.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to the upright of heart.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to take away the right of the innocent.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to set snares for the pure in heart.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to lurked in the dark.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to hide his evil deeds.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to scoff.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to mock.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to love to boast.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to blaspheme.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to discredit Jesus.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to the gifts of the Spirit.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to set nets for the upright.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to swear falsely.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to dim the saints.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to call the unholy holy.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to make empty vows.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to flatter.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to speak with double tongue.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to hide his true thoughts.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to do abominable deeds.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves being self-righteous.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to point the finger.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to bear false witness.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to walk in corruption.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to take up a reproach of his neighbor,
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to close their heart to God.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to hide behind a cloak.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to speak arrogantly.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to that which they do not know.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to lie against his neighbor.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves to dishonor the Lord.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves money.


  • 1Ti 6:9 But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into a snare, into many senseless and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction. 1Ti 6:10 For the love of money is the root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced their hearts with many pangs.

  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves power.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves fame.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves stealing.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves robbing.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves playing games.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves cheating others.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves hypocrisy.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves shameful gain.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves to publically brow death.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves cook up evil schemes.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves being worshiped.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves seducing the sisters.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves falsehood.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves corrupting the needy.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves denying a blessing to his people.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves being rude.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves being nasty.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves casting shame on his flock.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves bragging about what a good bible teacher he is.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves making empty promises.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves taunting the sheep.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves defiling the sheep.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves causing another to fall.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves throwing his wait around.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves shameful gain.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves making false boasts.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves and exults evil.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill loves teaching falsehood.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill does not fear God or man.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill will do anything.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill will say anything.
  • ~ Stewart "the mischief maker" Tanner Traill is a hard core criminal.
  • ~ The grace meeting was a gross example of mischief.
  • ~ The mischief maker does not believe in following rules of any kind.
  • ~ The mischief maker does not believe in setting rules.
  • ~ The mischief maker laws and rules that to his advantage.
  • ~ The mischief maker love to cast Shane on the innocent.
  • ~ The mischief maker does not think they will pay for the wrongs that they have done secretly and openly.
  • ~ The mischief maker hates coming to the light.
  • ~ The mischief maker does not believe in God.
  • ~ The mischief maker despises the righteous.
  • ~ The mischief maker is a lawless person.
  • ~ The mischief maker has no conscience.
  • ~ The mischief maker has ceased to act wisely.
  • ~ One who continues to walk in mischief will alter their personality.
  • ~ Mischief makes one strange.
  • ~ Mischief is a smoke in God's nostrils.
  • ~ Mischief love the darkness.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves abusing his power.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves perverting justice.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves perverting right.
  • ~ The mischief maker loves perverting freedom.
  • ~ Offering wrong sacrifices is mischief.
  • ~ The mischief like to use violence as a tool to get what they want.
  • ~ Poison is on the tongue of the mischief maker.
  • ~ The venom of asp is on the heart of Stewart Traill.
  • ~ The liar and the mischief maker are partners in crime.
  • ~ The mischief maker is always accompanied with a liar.
  • ~ Stevie Boy Wonder (Stewart) constantly changed his mind.
  • ~ Stevie Boy Wonder was good for nothing but mischief.
  • ~ Stevie Boy Wonder went astray from the beginning.
  • ~ Doing mischief was Stevie Boy Wonder's greatest accomplishment.
  • ~ Stew belongs in the mischief Hall of fame.
  • ~ Stew you belong in the Wicked Hall Of Fame.
  • ~ The mischief are a foe of the lord.
  • ~ The mischief have a right hand of falsehood.
  • ~ The mischief do not believe in speaking what is right.
  • ~ Making someone explain themselves and pour their heart out when you only looking to trip them up and divert them is mischief.
  • ~ Making someone explain themselves and pour their heart out when your plan is to just mock them and laugh at them is mischief.
  • ~ Making someone explain themselves and pour their heart out when all you want to do is pick at their words is mischief.
  • ~ Making someone explain themselves and pour their heart out when you have no intention of listening or changing your mind is mischief.
  • ~ When Stewart Traill would make faces and mock you while you were trying to explain yourself or ask him for help was mischief.
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