We never had a ghost of a chance to do anything right or good in this mad house, that called itself a church that touted it self as being the best that God had to offer. The one who was in charge did not want us to go anywhere or do anything that was natural and human, or do something outside of the box. Every time we tried, our efforts and attempts were met with rebukes and disapproval and disappointments. No matter how hard you tried, in the back of your mind, you knew that your project would be smashed. Even when brothers and sisters followed his dictates to the letter, he would always throw a monkey wrench in somewhere, and stop up the works.
There was a typical brothers meeting that was held in the loft at 51 street, and Stewart Traill was there. A brother was having marital issues and one of his concerns was that she was refusing sex from him on the grounds of unfaithfulness to Jesus and the fellowship. She told him that he would not get sex from her until he repented and returned to Jesus and the older brothers. So he took matters into his own hands and he put a Spanish fly in her drink. When she went to drink the beverage she noticed that it looked funny and she asked her husband what is in my drink. This does not look right. She asked him did you put something in my drink and he told her the whole truth of what was in her drink. This was one of the big topics of discussion at this meeting. The brother brought this matter to the floor himself, and he was lambasted for acting so grossly wicked and evil. The brother was trounced openly and in this case he was punished for being honest and not long after this incident they separated. This is the meeting where Stewart Tanner Traill said that he predicted that marriage and relationships would make or break our fellowship.
You brothers don’t stand or have a ghost of a chance to enter into marriage rightly. Once again he could have done so much and he did so little. We left that meeting feeling as though we wanted to die, and your stomach had a knots in them. As pastor and leader and teacher, it is the obligation of the head man to facilitate all of these things. Jesus said to Peter "If you love me then tend my sheep, feed my sheep. Tend the flock of God that is your charge, not for shameful gain, but willingly. Stewart Tanner Traill did not fulfill any of these things that the bible says that shepherds should do. This man was unfit to be a leader of people, and should have never been in charge of women men and children. Behold, open your eyes and see the great and almost unspeakable devastation, done in the name of the Lord.
Stewart Traill could have done so much but he choose to do so little. He could have stepped in and solved this little problem, but it was not in his best interest to help this couple. He enjoyed seeing the sheep suffer. This incident he used to further abuse the brothers that night and later the sisters. We were doomed for failure, and many of us still sat under this dirt bag, and did not have the sense to leave his nut house. This was not a church, but it was a semi cloistered house of a mad king who only loves unrighteous gain.