Ways we were baptized into Stewart Traill

WOULD YOU LIKE A BLESSING?

?All 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 means?.

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.


WAYS WE WERE BAPTISED INTO STEWART TANNER TRAILL


I posted on several of the x-cobu sites the following statement that caused a great deal of angst and denial:
09/27/10 by Dave Simmons: All 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 means.
Here we list numerous ways of how we were influenced by our former mentor Stewart Traill. I know what many of you are thinking, but this is a simple statement and it was given to me as we were reading I Cor. chapter ten. All were baptised into Moses, and so too all who were part of cobu were submerged into Stewart Traill. If you think of other ways how we were baptised into ST, please send them to us.

We trusted him.
We sat under his feet.
Be careful who you are sitting under; whoever you are sitting under is who you are eating from.
Whatever you learn from someone, it becomes part of you.
We believed that he had a unique gift from God.
We got saved through his system.
We listened to him.
We were fed by him and from him.
We accepted his "figure system."
We slaved for him in the rug-cleaning business.
We bought his brainwashing nonsense.
We thought that we were better than other Christians.
We were taught about the Second Coming, and skipped the rudiments of Christianity.
All went witnessing to bring more into this cult.
We learned Christianity from ST.
The way we looked at the bible.
The way we studied the bible.
The way we were suspicious, toward the unsaved and each other.
ST's views became our views.
What he is, so are we.
We tried to emulate St.
Many brothers dressed like him.
Copied his gestures.
Tried to meet his demands.
His desires
His goals.
We committed our effort, time, and energy; and tried to the best of our ability.
We gave our money.
His was the first voice we heard as a Christian, whether directly from him or from those whom he had sent.
We did his lamb lessons, which were tainted by his view of God.
All the meetings we sat through, where he gave his opinion of what the Bible meant.
We were baptised into his suspicious nature, and therefore we learned not to trust anyone but him.
Not to trust even ourselves.
"Who were we to question him?"
He said Jump, we said How high?
We jumped through all his hoops.
We would try anything he put forth seriously, no matter how foolish it was.
(these are proofs that we were baptized... Ways, or how we were baptized, I'm thinking, has a lot to do with his disciples; bringing and showing us "the way"; how we were convinced that he was so special.)
We didn't question his lies and mistakes and how he deviated from Scripture.
We were like lambs led to the slaughter.
We learned everything from this man, who was a scoffer.
We learned how to witness to the unsaved a certain way, by his doings.
His view of religion became ours.
He was our guide.
He was the one we looked to for wisdom and insight.
We hung on his every word.
He was our teacher.
He was our mentor.
He was our living example.
we sought to be like him.
We desired to be like him.
We sat under his feet.
We bought his system.
We bought his figure system.
We bought into his process.
He put his weapons into our hands.
What was he teaching and what were you learning?
His pride became your pride.
His concerns became your concerns.
His convictions were ours.
We agreed with him whole-heartedly, without question.
His fears were you fears, his sight became your sight.
His rudeness became your rudeness.
We tried to carry out his demands and his edicts.
He constantly ridiculed us and we bought this as well. Actually he did this to gain more control over us.
He made it virtually impossible to charge him with error because he defused that ability from the brothers and sisters, by constantly saying that he was not the issue, "it's your relationship with Jesus."
We accepted setís word as gospel, as truth, and we were not allowed to question him, ever.
He despised weakness.
He hated being human.
He tried to be something that he was not.
He wanted the brothers and sisters to be something they could never be, and he tried to be a superman but there were a few problems: he could not fly, he was not invincible, and he had no strength.
His anxiety became your anxiety.
We lived among each other with the same goals and objectives that we were trying to accomplish.
We constantly egged each other on, so in a sense it was a 24-hour group cobu dynamics.
How We were baptized into Stewart Tanner Traill. We listened to STT's disciples, and agreed to say the Sinner's Prayer, according to his program.
We were shown only the best side of the Fellowship, and were deceived that it was a happy place in which to be or live.
We were lured with the Bible's promises, into a hopeless situation where they never came true.
We were made to feel important or special, that we were among the chosen few to know the wisdom of God.
We were puffed up with pride and arrogance, that we had the true faith, the true interpretation, and the most-gifted teacher.
Once he and his willing accomplices had his hooks into us, every trick in the book, no matter how deceitful, was used to keep them there, and thus to break down any remaining willpower of our own.
We became enamored with his charisma, and eventually lost all control to the Master Manipulator.
We were awed by his confidence, and stood in fear of his wrath.
We completely trusted him with our Salvation.
We hung on his every word as the gospel truth.
We tried to obeyed his every command, even when it was nearly impossible, or unclear how to do it.
We submitted to every kind of humiliating treatment; sitting in silence, or going round and round, for hours; we bore it easily enough when he slapped us in the face.
We gave him a pass on every infraction of the rules of civility and godly conduct.
We took every thought captive to obey STT.
We were filled with his spirits, rather than God's Holy Spirit.
We treated him like the Christ of God.
We surrendered allegiance to Christ for allegiance to STT.
We became unable even to consider questioning him or holding him accountable to biblical standards.
We were as little children, held in fear of punishment, constantly told what and what not to do.
We were as helpless sheep.
We were starved of all good things.
We were afraid to break out of the prison he had confined us to.
He said that some worse fate would befall us if we left his concentration camp.
We were fascinated, mesmerized, and completely fooled by his chicanery (deception).
We sought his stamp of approval for all that we would do, and we approved of others only on his terms.
We gladly jumped at the prospect of actually pleasing him.
We replaced living for Jesus with serving, honoring, and glorifying STT.
We believed his lies.
We learned to live a lie.
We took on his attributes.
We conformed more and more to his likeness.
We conformed more and more to his image.
He sowed to his flesh, and reaped his corruption.
We accepted his interpretation for every scripture, and tried to interpret the Bible as he would.
We accepted those he accepted, and scorned those he scorned.
We accepted his condemnation as from an angry God.
We ate of his fruit.
We learned to live with his sickness.
We accepted his diagnosis of our diseases.
We waited on him for a cure.
We trusted no one else's opinion as the cancer grew.
We didn't understand why he couldn't help us, but accepted that we were to blame.
We worked in his sweat shops and his hot houses for no pay.
We thought we were laying up treasure in Heaven.
We labored harder and longer, and trusted him with our money.
We willingly accepted his plundering of our goods, as if he knew the wisest way to use it.
We became his slaves, doing whatever he suggested or commanded.
Like him, we became angry inside, but buried it or projected our pain onto others.
We treated him as infallible.
We dared not question his motives.
We bowed the knee to STT.
We defied all who would reproach him.
We lived for him.
We died for him.
We defended him.
We idolized him: in word, in thought, and in deed.
We tried to obeyed his every command, even when it was nearly impossible, or unclear how to do it.
We were as little children, held in fear of punishment, constantly told what and what not to do.
He wanted the brothers and sisters to be something they could never be.
He tried to be a superman but there were a few problems, he could not fly, he was not invincible, and he had no super human strength.
We would try anything he put forth seriously, no matter how foolish it was.
He taught us how to look at life through his eyes. What do I mean by this? It wasn't just his teachings at "bible studies"; it was the expectations he had for each of us. It was a total indoctrination. He used mocking as a way of teaching us what he wanted us to know and do. When we would see another mocked for a behavior, we instinctively accepted that since he was the man of God, this is what God thought of that behavior. We then would go back to our houses and repeat this behavior to each other for further baptism. And lastly because we wanted to fit in and be "pleasing" to who we thought Jesus was, we did it to ourselves to try and make ourselves into the image we thought ST wanted.

We also learned that mocking was an acceptable form of discipline. That it was ok to look down on people. It was ok to make them feel horrible in the name of speaking the truth. Speaking the truth replaced love. And pointing out someone's weaknesses has nothing to do with love. Paul said by knowledge of the law I died. ST form of teaching was to take grace and mercy and kindness away and replace it with all his stuff. Again, what does it come back to? At the very least he missed grace. Therefore we were baptized into a culture where these things were acceptable and taken as absolute truth, and the true way of God was lost and even mocked.

Those who were kind were looked down on. We learned to look at ourselves harshly, and anyone who tried to comfort us was mothering us. What did this instill in us? This is a very important question.
To me it instilled in us that we deserved our beatings and shouldn't try to get out from underneath them. We were baptised into this horrible form of cruelty and self-loathing.
Many of us laughed at what we called the Stew clones. The ones who mimicked his every behavior. But they were extreme versions of what we all became. People who shared a common vision of who God was, who each other was, who the unsaved were, and who other Christians were.

One of Stew's most famous quotes that many of us copied at one point or another was a laughing gesture and the words, "We know what he is doing don't we?"

As I write for this website, this phrase keeps coming back to me like a gong. We know, We know, We know, We know.
WE ALL KNEW because WE ALL had been baptized into his thoughts and his way of looking at things.

And the worst part is that unless you face this you are doomed to repeat it over and over.

To me I have heard many instances of Cobu people, who have left and tried to fit in elsewhere, being a square peg in a round hole. It is because his baptism doesn't go away the day you walk out the door.

For me it went away over time through seeking the Lord about it and being WILLING TO ADMIT that the above was true and beseeching God to take it out of me and to teach me the truth.

May God Bless all who do this, and comfort their hearts and souls.

There is hope in God but you have to be willing to destroy the works of Stewart Traill to do it!

We sought to please him.
We hung on his every word.
We trusted in him fully.
We thought he had our best interests at heart.
We gave him full consent.
His ways became our ways.
We emulated his mannerisms.
We prayed together.
We lived together.
We ate together.>
We suffered with each other.
We defended st, no matter how wrong he was.
We went witnessing together.
We cried together.
We went round and round together.
We sang together.
ST was the teacher and we were his students.
We submitted to his authority.
We trusted that he had our best interests at heart, and it turns out that he had his own best interests at heart and not those of the flock.
He led and we followed.
We followed him with a whole heart and he repeatedly said that we were not devoted enough.
His harshness became ours.
When st turned on us we turned on each other.
We accepted his wrong view of God and Jesus.br> He taught us how to look at the Bible.
We bought into his system: lock stock and barrel.
His ways became our ways.
He wrote his name on our hearts.
We doubted our salvation and that was learned from St.
We looked to him.
We inclined our ear to hear St.
There is an old saying that says that we vote with our feet, but I say we vote with our hearts. ST and cobu is a heart matter and not just a mind matter.
We gave our hearts to st and his system.
We gave our souls to an ungrateful cuss who never cared for the things of God and his Christ.
He taught us to look down our nose at church Christians, those believers who were not a part of Cobu.
At one point we argued with church Christians.
Later we became more secluded.
Being baptized into something also has to do with being submissive to something in the female sense, and submitting in the male sense. It is both an interactive and active process.

Being baptized into something is like signing a contract.

Making an agreement with someone, whether the agreement is verbal or whether the contract is a handshake or whether it is a signed contract.>

One is giving their consent to something.

"I am agreeing with this."
Agreeing with something is also what you accept.
Do you agree or disagree with everything? No, but you are still submitting yourself to something.

You are partaking in something.
It is a participation in that particular place you are going to.
You were part of cobu.

You were part and parcel of a dysfunctional system and society.

It was a place where we went to get spiritual insight.
spiritual guidance.
spiritual understanding.

emotional and spiritual support.
We were part of the family.
We were part of the process.
We broke bread together.
We lived together.
We went witnessing together.
We sweated as one.
We took communion together.
We prayed together.
We mocked the unsaved, as one.
We had the same goals, as one.
We did the Art Show together.
We went to Big Meetings together.
We did the fig tree bible study thing together.
We labored together.
We tried to copy the things he taught us.
We were steeped into his system.
He was our false shepherd.
We wept together.
We aged together.
We grew up together.
We suffered together.
We abused each other.
We lived the cobu lifestyle together.
His worries became our worries.
His fears became our fears.
We doubted each other at his lead.
His anxiety became our anxiety.
His evil became our evils.
His scoffing became ours.
what he embraced we embraced
We talked the same
We dressed the Same
We thought the same
We tried to carry out his wishes
We carried out his commands,
We listened to his every word.
His mischief became our mischief
We read the same rsv bible
Bought the st figure system of setís
We did line fishing
We all had to have the same bible translation
We gladly gave in our entire paycheck
All who passed through cobu were effected by St.
We were born into his church
We were born into his system
We were conceived into his program
We were wrought into his fellowship
We were captivated by his charisma
We were caught up in his system
We ate what he ate.
He gave to us what he was drinking
What he was hearing he fed to us.
We were baptized into his works oriented system.
Whatever the leader of a group or entity is, you are what the leader molds you.
We had been given the free gift of salvation, and this worthless one, said that you have to work for it. Another one we fed upon
We bought his teaching, no matter how false and far out there it became, and no matter how unhealthy it grew.
We listened to his vile teaching that was contrary to sound doctrine.
We tied his teaching around our necks.
We thought that it was the finest of wheat, when it was the finest of crap.
We inclined our ear to his insight.
We inclined our hearts fully to his falsehood.
We choose to accept his folly without question.
He accepted his non Socratic method of don't ask any questions.
We went in and out of his meetings.
We carried out his goals and plans to the best of our ability.
We wore his insulting button get smart get saved.
We went witnessing with his art show.
We ate his orange workbook.
We ate his purple workbook.
We ate his prayer workbook.
We ate his witnessing work book and approaches.
We lapped up his second coming work book.
We ate his sister work book
We believed his every word.
We took his every abusive word.
We went to his meetings to get knowledge about the bible.
We went to his meetings to get knowledge about the sisters.
We went to meetings to get knowledge about God.
We went to his meeting to get knowledge about Jesus
We went to his meetings to get instructions on witnessing techniques>
We went to meetings to get instruction on how to have a happy marriage, and it turns out that ST did not have a happy marriage. He had obviously a miserable marriage
We were born through his filter
When we got born-again we all passed through his knowledge system and process
The things that plagued st became the things that plagued us.
Bad company ruins good morals
You are what you eat.
I think therefore I am.
If another comes in his own name him you will receive
We were born into that society.
We listened to what he was saying.
We processed his information at no matter how far out
How can they say we were not baptized into Stewart Tanner Traill?
Baptism is a participation in the spirit.
We came to cobu for blessing.
We came to cobu for redemption.
We came to cobu for acceptance.
We came because of what they were selling
Cobu was a family affair, that had a mean man in charge of its functions.
We came to cobu because they said that they had all of the answers.
We ate what he ate.
He gave to us what he was drinking
What he was hearing he fed to us.
We were baptized into his works oriented system.
Whatever the leader of a group or entity is, you are what the leader molds you.
We had been given the free gift of salvation, and this worthless one, that you have to work for it. Another one we fed upon
We bought his teaching, no matter how false and far out there it became, and no matter how unhealthy it grew.
We listened to his vie teaching that was contrary to sound doctrine.
We tided our necks around his teaching.
We thought that it was the finest of wheat, when it was the finest of crap.
We inclined our ear to his insight.
We inclined our hearts fully to his falsehood.
We choose to accept his folly without question.
He accepted his non Socratic method of don't ask any questions.
We went in and out of his meetings.
We carried out his goals and plans to the best of our ability.
We ate what he ate.
He gave to us what he was drinking
What he was hearing he fed to us.
We were baptized into his works oriented system.
Whatever the leader of a group or entity is, you are what the leader molds you.
We had been given the free gift of salvation, and this worthless one, that you have to work for it. Another one we fed upon
We bought his teaching, no matter how false and far out there it became, and no matter how unhealthy it grew.
We listened to his vie teaching that was contrary to sound doctrine.
We tided our necks around his teaching.
We thought that it was the finest of wheat, when it was the finest of crap.
We inclined our ear to his insight.
We inclined our hearts fully to his falsehood.
We choose to accept his folly without question.
He accepted his non Socratic method of don't ask any questions.
We went in and out of his meetings.
We carried out his goals and plans to the best of our ability.
We learned to deny an honest plea with a hard heart and lie that they didn't deserve justice
We learned to sit in silence while violence was done.
All were baptized into Stewart Traill. We learned how to be harsh from him.
We learned how to be harsh with ourselves.
We learned how to be harsh with one another.
We learned how to be harsh with the world.
We learned how to be harsh in our witnessing.
We learned from Stew wrongly that Jesus was a harsh taskmaster.
We learned how to be harsh with our children.
We saw through Stew's eyes that the bible was harsh, when it was not harsh at all
I think therefore I am said Descartes. We thought so therefore Stewart said we were, All were baptized into Stewart Trail. We were baptized into his way of thinking We were baptized into his way of doing things. We were baptized into his way of looking at life
We accepted everything that he was
From the time we came into contact with cobu to the time we left his influence had premeditated our whole being
His influence permeated thought out our dna.
His influence timer trade it out for a while peeing
We were the embodiment of Stuart tanner trail
We were harsh with ourselves
We were harsh in our thinking
We were harsh an hour analysis
We were harsh in our conclusions
We were harsh in every scripture verse that we spread.
We were harsh when it was convenient when it was to our advantage we will horse went out with it was 2 or disadvantage we will harsh
The harsh voice was something that permeated from Stewart Tanner Trail so therefore the harsh voice had become implanted in our dna.
The harsh voice had become part of our walk of life
It became part of our walk we call faith
We were harsh with our children, therefore Our children in turn would be harsh with themselves.
They will be harsh with other children and they would grow up to be harsh and then when they would have kids stay with you sir are the children to be harsh it was a generational thing
One of the greatest injustices was that we believed
St encouraged us to steal. Why? Because he was a thief who stole from the flock
St Stole from us therefore we stole from one another
We held on to the teaching because we brought the teaching was the finest of wheat with actuality it was the finest of crap all were baptized into store
We listened to him
We incline our year to him
We inclined our heart to him
We dedicated our life to him
We dedicated our money to him
We would have cut off on and give it and give it to him if that was what he required
We are allowed him to abuse us when we knew it was wrong
When we knew this had nothing to do with god and yet we like sheep that were lead to the slaughter
Like little sheep we still sat there anyway
We said this food is from God and God would be displeased with me if I leave.
Meanwhile this was not God this never came into his thoughts it never came into is mind it never came to plain no he never wrote any of this he never purchased any of this is wrong is sick is twisted is demented All were baptized into Stewart's Traill.
His concepts became the concept that he preached
His concepts he preached.
They were carried out by his weekly meetings that was part of his brain washing technique
We were subjected to his constant cursing of everything.
We were brainwashed by his constant bombardment of intrusive thought and precepts.
We were subject to his constant bombastic talk and empty promises.
We were imprisoned in his so called false church
We were treated like cattle in his harsh prison.
We all ate and drank his poison
What is the purpose of the venom?
The poison of the venomous is to keep them barely alive, so he keeps feeding from them. All were baptized into the veining Stewart Traill
Stew managed to lace us with his poison.
His venom infiltrates our entire being.
When one is laced with poison, it become extremely difficult to move.
Why is it so hard for a coot to get free and over Stew?
Cobots are intractable, because of the venom of Stewart Tanner Traill. All were baptized into Stewart Tanner Traill.
All were baptized into Stewart Traill; they will try to get around this fact.
They will try to get over this proverb.
They will try to get under this proverb.
Many will even deny this one.
His poison infiltrated our minds.
Hid poison affected our hearts.
His poison infiltrated our bodies
His poison infiltrated our souls.
His poison infiltrated the way we read the bible.
His teachings were laced with his poison
His views were laced with his poison
His concepts were laced with his poison
We sweated together.
We worked together.
We wouldnít even pray for things that we knew he didnít approve of.
We suffered at his hand.
We were a dysfunctional family.
We never handled Jesus.
We never peddled Jesus.
We never knew Jesus apart from Stewartís tainted view of him therefore we couldnít truly make Jesus know. We made Stewart view of God known.
We never allowed ourselves or others to be embraced by Jesus.
We never bore true witness to Jesus.
We failed to imitate Christ of the bible.
1Co 10:1 I want you to know, brethren, that our fathers were all under the cloud, and all passed through the sea, 1Co 10:2 and all were baptized into Moses in the cloud and in the sea, 1Co 10:3 and all ate the same supernatural food 1Co 10:4 and all drank the same supernatural drink. For they drank from the supernatural Rock which followed them, and the Rock was Christ. 1Co 10:5 Nevertheless with most of them God was not pleased; for they were overthrown in the wilderness.
All were baptized into Stewart Traill. Whether you were in the fellowship a few month or a several years, you were touched by his virus.
If you held his teachings, whether you moved in or out, you are still touched by him.
We went to brothers meeting
We went to sisters meetings
We went to regional meetings
We went to big meetings
We went to church business meetings.
We came to meetings where we listened to Stew constantly condemn us for no reason.
We tried to be like Stew.
We wore his button get smart get saved.
He was like a farther figure to many of us.
Cobu is where we learned Christian concepts from, right or wrong
We were all baptized into works
All were bred on the milk of works.
All drank his poisonous milk.
In the days of Moses, all ate the same food, so all ate the same from Stewart Traill. AS it is with anyone who sits under one who has authority and power.
Whatever the pastor is, m that is who you will become. thats the way it goes.
We copied his antics.
We copied his hand gestures.
We tried to use his psychological mind tricks.
Some even wore the same glasses.
He said that everyone had to come to the New York training center. For what only Stew knows.
Brothers and sisters were complaining about the lack of privacy living with others in an open space without wall and rooms. They had to use blankets and sheets to make flimsy dividers.
He named you live like cattle.
He made you live in squalor while he lived in the finest houses.
He was too good to live in squalor.
We were baptized into his instruction.
We were baptized into his system.
We were baptized into his religion.
We were baptized into his process.
We were baptized into his program.
We were baptized into his way of thinking.
We were baptized into his philosophy.
We were baptized into his house of slavery.
We were baptized into his house of pain.
We were baptized into his house of oppression.
We were baptized into his rudeness.
We were baptized into his brutality.
We were baptized into his harshness.
We were baptized into his recklessness.
We were subject to his view of God.
We were subject to his view of Jesus.
We were subject to his view of life.
We were subject to his view of right and wrong.
We were subject to his view of Christianity.
We were subject to his goals.
We were subject to his aspirations.
We were subject to his deception.
We were subject to his vileness.
We wanted the same things that he wanted; but it turns out that we drank his wine of deception, because he fed it to us. The deceived and the deceiver are his
Many of us were physically baptized into his church.
We were also spiritually baptized into his church, into his program, into his system of false religion.
We went out and gathered young people to join our system of false religion, and we called it God and true religion.
It turns out that we were not very good at gathering these young people.
It turns out that Stew did not trust us, because he did not trust in his own heart, that we had the best interest for what he wanted us to do. When in actuality we did the best that we could.
We bought his lies.
We lied to one another.
We lied to ourselves.
Lying became part of the daily intuition of cobu.
ion We bought his lies hook line and sinker.
We were abused by Stewart Tanner Traill.
We thought that the Lord was abusing us.
The Lord never abuses his sons and daughters.
St put forth that he was a great bible teacher.
ST did not have to say himself that he was a great bible teacher, but his actions said it. The way he presented everything.
He said that he was the only one who had knowledge of the true method of interpretation of the bible. All were baptized into Stewart Traill.
His bible interpretation was wrong
His view of God and Jesus of the bible was wrong.
He foolishly thought that if something would happen to him, there would be no one else to take up the mantle of true interpretation would be lost. All were baptized into Mr Traill
He missed the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ. All were baptized into Stewart Traill.
He missed faith.
He missed love.
His get rich scheme was pushing the flock to go out witnessing. All were baptized into Stewart Traill.
Stewart Tanner Traill took pleasure in doing evil to the flock.
Stewart Tanner Traill took pleasure in wrong doing.
Stewart Tanner Traill took pleasure in being harsh to the flock.
Stewart Tanner Traill took pleasure in ungodliness.
Stewart Tanner Traill took pleasure in unrighteousness.
Stewart Tanner Traill took pleasure in falsehood.
Stewart Tanner Traill took pleasure in being rude and nasty to everyone.
We thought that being rude and nasty was part of the Christian experience in Stew's church of ungodliness.
We bought his concepts where they were right or wrong.
Stewart Traill told us that we were worthless, that we were no good, and we ate this hook line and sinker.
We bought his false concepts of his abuses.
Some people from cobu say that everybody does what Stewart Traill does, that this behavior is part of the Christian norm.
Many former members try to justify Stewart's wrong behavioral.
He did not trust other christians.
He isolated himself and his flock from other christians.
He tool pleasure in keeping us chained and fettered.
He resisted authority.
He despised authority.
He never submitted to biblical authority.
He rejected authority.
His outlook on life became your outlook on life.
His rudeness became your rudeness.
His nasty spirit became your nasty spirit.
He created the trip apartment.
He made us slaved in his system of corruption.
We turned in our entire paycheck to one who was filled with greed and malice and mischief. We were baptized into Stewart Traill.
Stewart Traill took away our life, both physically and spiritually.
After turning our paycheck in, we had to turn around and ask for a special request to buy things like panties and underwear. All were baptized.
The church that had no marriage. All were baptized into Stewart Traill.
One had to leave cobu in order to get married, and that was the only fault that they had with the place.
We ate his second coming stuff which made us feel like we needed him or we would be lost.
It turns out that he did not know what he claimed to know about the second coming.
Getting into Mathew 24 did what for the flock? The truth is that it gave us a fat head and a fearful heart.
He should have been teaching us the Christian alphabet. Instead he was teaching us advanced mathematics that he didnít even understand himself.
Studying the fig tree when he was the one trying to hide with fig leaves.
ST failed the get the simple lesson that the fig tree taught
What was the simple lesson from the fig tree? Was to have fruitwhen the master looks for it. How can you be fruitful when you are constantly being cursed and told you are not good enough.
All were baptized into Stewart Traill.
He enjoyed taking blessings away from the flock, and saying that it was Jesus doing this.
Stewart Traill did not want to marry the brothers and sisters, because he couldnít bear us having any blessing that might keep us from his service.
He said that there was no unity. All were baptized into Stewart Traill.
Stewart Traill did not want unity in his false church. And the unity that we did have was in tearing each other down and thinking we were better than others. All were baptized into Stewart Traill
He made it so all the brother and sister would be afraid of him.
Stewart Traill wanted to be a bishop.
He desired to be that which he could never be.
Some wore pouches like Stew.
He created the button Get smart get saved.
This button was condescending and also vile.
It turns out that Stewart Traill was not so smart after all.
In order to get your button. you had to learn the 12 salvation verses from the gospel of John. It turns out that the leader and his flock did not take these verses seriously either. All were bathed into stewart Traill.
ST ignored the bible and many of the clear teachings that it taught.
ST built the wall of hostility as high as he could, and he made it as thick as he could. He set brother against brother sister against sister and made brothers fearful of sisters and sisters disgusted by brothers who could never live up the image Stewart had baptized into their hearts and minds. Many wives wished for Stewart and not their husbands who they lay next to
Jesus had broken down the dividing wall of hostility, but Stewart Traill took pleasure in rebuilding it again. All were baptized.
He kept us from accessing God.
He called us lazy while we worked endlessly and he lived in luxury sleeping and eating whatever he wanted whenever he wanted it. He had sisters at his beck and call to take care of any slight need he might have while we ate our hearts out that we did not have a mate to love.
He said that the whole church was lazy.
The truth is that he was the most laziest person of the church.
Stewart Traill was a slacker and a loafer, who did not want to work at all. He was this way before the church, during the heyday of the church and beyond The church became his personal cash cow. Anyone can seem like a financial genius and make cash when he has as many slaves as he wants who he only had to feed and barely clothe.
In truth, ST is a lover of money.
He made us work like dogs, as we worked our fingers to the bone, and we barely had a day off to ourselves. We were doing this for Jesus. In truth we were working for an ungrateful cuss Stewart Traill. All were baptized into Stewart Traill.
He finally gave the flock a day to themself, but it always came with strings attached.
We attended his various meetings looking for a blessing, and we got more gravel instead of being lifted up.
We were born and baptized into works and servitude.
We were baptized into a merciless society.
We were baptized into a Godless society.
We were baptized into a church that practiced partiality.
All were baptized into a corrupt society.
His corruption became your corruption.
We spread his germs to one another.
He spread his germs of deceit to us, and we spread it to one another.
Stevie Boy Wonder thought that he was an old testament type biblical character; turns out he was no closer to a man of God than an ostrich is.
Perhaps he was one of the negative one. You fill in the blank.
ST tried to serve both God and mammon. The bible say that that is not possible.
ST said that we were programmed for success, when he kept changing the signals and it made us once again put our shoulders to the burden. We pushed the burden beyond what hope allowed for and then we pushed some more. Brothers and sisters left disheartened and destroyed all were baptized into Stewart Tanner Traill.
One week we were the finest of soil. The next week we were the scum of the earth. All were baptized.
We all swam in his lake of deceit.
WE all ate his rotten fruit.
We were seduced by his false promises.
Stew feasted on the bread of arrogance.
He drank the wine of self-righteousness.
He was drunk with false insight.
He and his church turned Jesus away, and they welcomed in foreigners that they should have kicked out a long time ago. All were baptized into Stewart Traill.
He sipped on the wine of disbelief, and he fed it to his flock.
His dainties were seducing the women in his group, and getting the brothers to agree with him in his sin.
What we became he became.
As he is so are we.
You are what you eat.
Be careful who you sit under.
ST was the crime boss of cobu.
ST started out as a petty thief his original flock he fleeced from a servant of God more righteous than himself breaking up that group and taking those whom he promised freedom but instead he made slaves to corruption.
ST took what he wanted by hook and crook.
He taught doubt.
He walked in doubt.
He preached doubt.
He fed us doubt.
He trafficked in doubt.
His doubt became our doubt.
He doubted our sincerity.
We doubted our own sincerity.
We doubted one another's sincerity.
He played many mind games with the sheep. All were baptized into Stewart Traill.
ST took great pleasure in enslaving God's people.
We bought all of his programs.
We bought all of his schemes and gimmicks.
We bought his wrong view of women.
We bought his wrong view of men.
We bought his wrong view of Jesus.
We bought his wrong view of God.
We bought his wrong view of the bible.
We bought his wrong view of Christianity.
We bought his wrong view of the figure system,
We bought his wrong view of sin.
We bought his wrong view of righteousness.
We bought his wrong view of witnessing.
We bought his wrong view of children.
We bought his wrong view of the world.
We bought his wrong view of forgiveness.
We bought his wrong view of communion.
All were baptized into Stewart Tanner Traill in every sense of the word.
We bought his wrong view of fallen man.
We bought his wrong view of Christian life.
We bought his wrong view of marriage.
We bought his wrong view of faith.
We bought his wrong view of the flesh.
We bought his wrong view of the second coming of Jesus.
We bought his wrong view of the end times.
We bought his wrong view of true interpretation of the entire bible.
We bought his wrong view of leadership.
We bought his wrong view of success.
We bought his wrong view of zeal.
We bought his wrong view of trust.
We bought his wrong view of discipline.
We bought his wrong view of authority.
We bought his wrong view of divorce.
We bought his wrong view of prophecy.
We bought his wrong view of the spirit.
We bought his wrong view of the spiritual gifts..
We bought his wrong view of family relationships.
We bought his wrong view that Jesus is harsh.
We bought his wrong view that Jesus was about condemning us.
We bought his wrong view that God had a big stick in his hands, and is ready to beat us.
We bought his wrong view of Jesus is mean.
We blamed Jesus and left disheartened because we were trained like dogs not to question Stewart.
We bought his wrong view of salvation.
We bought his wrong view of being born again.
We bought his wrong view that he was gold when he was in truth black.
We bought his wrong view of Godliness.
We bought his wrong view of true religion.
His view of Christ was skewed, therefore your view of Christ was skewed also.
His view of himself was skewed.
His view of brothers and sisters was skewed.
He snowed us in more ways than one.
Cobu was like being in quicksand.
The more you wiggled, the deeper you sank.
Cobu was a train wreck about the happen The members refused to open their eyes and see that it was headed for disaster All were baptized into ST.
He painted us with an evil brush.
We were like his puppets on a string.
We were subject to anything he said.
We were subject to his rudeness.
We were subject to his faithlessness.
We were subject to his nasty spirit.
We followed him.
We could not win in his system.
We took his word for everything.
We did not question him in anything.
Stewart Traill discredited anyone who disagreed with him.
He took pleasure in wrong doing.
He took pleasure in doing mischief.
He took pleasure in separating the brothers and sisters.
He took pleasure in casting doubt.
What actually did happen in the darkroom? And why if as the rumors suggest something did happen why are those who were mistreated unable to speak on it to this day.
He took pleasure in corrupting and soiling the brothers and sisters.
He took pleasure in causing division.
He took pleasure in casting shame.
He took pleasure in lording over us.
He took pleasure in lording and hoarding. He took pleasure in grand entrances after making us wait for hours for his appearance and he took great pleasure in our fear
He took pleasure in baptizing us into his system.
He took pleasure in unrighteousness.
He took pleasure in foisting false guilt on the sheep.
He took pleasure in the bleating of the sheep.
He took pleasure in not tending the sheep.
He took pleasure in not blessing the sheep.
He took pleasure in abusing the sheep.
He took pleasure in dishonoring the sheep.
He took pleasure in lying.
He took pleasure in bearing false witness.
He took pleasure in humiliating the sheep.
He took pleasure in robbing.
He took pleasure in bullying the sheep..
He took pleasure in transgression.
He took pleasure in wickedness.
He took pleasure in being cruel to the body.
He took pleasure in being cold.
He took pleasure in levying rules and regulations that he did not follow.
He took pleasure in living in the finest housing while his flock lived in rat infested dwellings.
He took pleasure in hiding his true heart from the flock.
He took pleasure in not giving the flock proper praise for their hard work.
He took pleasure in not saying thank you for anything that was done for him.
He took pleasure in being waited on hand and foot.
He took pleasure in being treated like a king..
He took pleasure in our discomfort. He knew he had the ability to bless us but refused
He took pleasure in the love of money.
He took pleasure in mistreating the sheep.
He took pleasure in kicking the sheep when they were down.
He took pleasure in spending the church's money on hair-brained schemes.
He took pleasure in getting others to do his dirty work.
He took pleasure in allowing others to discipline his son.
He took pleasure in allowing others to raise his children.
He took pleasure in not being approachable..
He took pleasure in making things up about people.
He took pleasure in making others feel afraid..
He took pleasure in worthless pursuits.
He took pleasure in finger pointing.
He took pleasure in hating the truth.
He took pleasure in discord.
He took pleasure in folly.
He took pleasure in throwing stones.
He took pleasure in mudslinging.
He took pleasure in casting shame upon the flock.
He took pleasure in crooked speech.
He took pleasure in winking the eyes..
He took pleasure in scraping with his feet.
He took pleasure in devising evil.
He took pleasure in haughty eyes.
He took pleasure in lying tongue.
He took pleasure in hands that shed innocent blood.
He took pleasure in devising wicked plans.
He took pleasure in running to evil.
He took pleasure in bearing false witness..
He took pleasure in deceiving others.
He took pleasure in hiding his real self.
He took pleasure in fault finding.
He took pleasure in misleading the sheep..
He took pleasure in cheap tricks.
He took pleasure in building his prison.
He took pleasure in bringing in prisoners.
He took pleasure in disregarding the talent of the sheep in his charge.
He took pleasure in giving no hope.
He took pleasure in seeing the sheep suffer.
He took pleasure in stressing the flock.
All were baptized into Stewart Tanner Traill.
He took pleasure in his perverted speech..
He took pleasure in hiding his sin from the flock.
All were baptized into this cesspool of this perverted place that they called a church. He took pleasure in loading us with false guilt.
He took pleasure in buying and selling of buildings but not in those who occupied them.
He took pleasure in pronouncing judgments upon us.
He took pleasure in telling us we were worthless..
He called children little snakes.
We were raised up by a godless man who should never have been a pastor in the first place.
He should have never been a leader of men.
He told us we were killing the lambs while he had already killed us when we were lambs robbing us of our hope in salvation and making us believe it was impossible to be faithful
He put us between a rock and hard place and took pleasure in squeezing. The rock was that we were completely miserable and without hope in his service and the hard place was that we thought to leave Cobu was to leave Jesus and salvation.
Many of us did not use our common sense.
Stew raised us so that we would not use our senses. We were baptized into Stewart Traill.
The church where the members do not have good sense..
The church that has a hard time doing simple math.
The church that opened it heart to a liar and a thief.
Stewart Traill took away all of my defenses.
He took pleasure in being arrogant.
What was his views on other christians?.
He thought that they were lukewarm.
He did not trust them.
He thought that they were lazy because they did not go witnessing.
He thought that they were all contentious when the truth was he was the contentious one before Cobu going from church to church only to mock and cause mischief.
That they did not understand the bible.
He isolated himself from them when in truth he could have learned something from then.
They were right and he was wrong. All were baptized into ST.
He loved ordering people around.
He loved laying his own sins and weaknesses on others to assuage his own guilt.
We learned this evil tactic
He loved assigning the sisters busy work like the reference bible which he never used.
All of his programs failed because he wanted them to fail.
He grew bored studying the bible it was no longer fun anymore.
He was tripping all over himself at the grace meeting.
He blamed the sheep for all of his failures.
He never took responsibility for his screw ups.
He took pleasure in boasting.
He took pleasure in flaunting his false religion.
He loved boasting about his material things that he acquired by stealth.
He took pleasure in playing the great man but lacking bread..
He took pleasure in causing the sheep to be afraid of him.
He took joy in feeding himself and not the sheep.
He loved taunting us as he laughed in his heart at how stupid we were..
He loved feeding us moldy bread and sour milk.
Would that Stewart Traill disclosed the true thoughts of his heart to the flock that he despises..
My pastor has no clothing on.
My pastor is devoid of the spirit.
My pastor is devoid of faith.
My pastor is evil.
My pastor is a spoiled brat..
My pastor is in love with this present world.
My pastor is a charlatan.
My pastor confessed to several brothers that he did everything to a sister but enter her.
He said that he did not want others to know about it because it might hurt them.
My pastor was totally run by his flesh. There was no pleasure that he withheld from his flesh right or wrong.
Stewart Traill lied about his faithfulness.
He lied about his honor.
Cobu people think that they are so darn smart when in truth they are only trained to do one thing which is to imitate Stewart Tanner Traill.
Stewart Traill walked in hypocrisy.
His flock has been robbed and plundered and someone else has taken the spoil.
When you put your lot in with the wicked, you have nothing.
Stewart Traill did not have to follow the rules because he got the free card of being faithful.
We followed Stewart Traills edicts to the letter, and he still found fault.
Stew damaged out critical thinking.
Stew left us with a group mentality.
Stew trained our ear to only listen to his harsh voice and to reject all other voices.
To earn money that did not go into the fellowship was sin.
When someone had a legitimate question, instead of answering the question, we would point out something wrong instead of answering the question.
If we found a weakness with Someone it negated their case and it let then off the hook in having to listen to anything they said.
He taught that Jesus was against us having any human desires.
Having human desires was wrong.
Understanding the bible was the most important Christian trait, above all else above prayer, above honesty above sincerity.
Understanding the bible was more important that having a right relationship with Jesus.
The only way to be saved is to be near Stewart because he was the only one who could truly interprete the bible.
Leaving cobu meant that your relationship with Jesus was invalid.
If you left the fellowship and got married, you got married in the dark.
That it was ok to be harsh in witnessing.
It ok to be harsh as a Christian.
The best thing that a new believer could do is go witnessing.
We were weaned on the milk of works.
Jesus had a bat in his hands and if you did not have a bat, you were unfaithful.
Itís better to point out someoneís flaws and weaknesses that to be loving.
Stewart promoted those who were harsh and willing to follow his edicts without question
It gave us great pleasure to do even the smallest or meanest task for him. All were baptized into Stewart Traill
Public humiliation was part of the Christian walk or experience.
His humiliation became yours.
We humiliated one another.
It was funny to laugh at someone when they were being dressed down.
Brow beating someone was part of the Christian experience.
Beating yourself over your failures was part of the Christian walk.
A false precept was you are either working or wailing.
It is ok to interrupt someone and laugh at them when all they are trying to do is defend themselves from your false charges
Its ok to create artificial divisions.
It was ok to parade your wife around in tight clothing, when others did not have a wife.
Your problems could be solved by doing a zeal pill.
Doing a zeal pill does not make you zealous.
Stewart Traill is the not so wonderful wizard of Oz.
ST is a cruel wizard of Oz.
You should not trust other christians .
We must be skeptical of other believers.
Other believers from a different church were game players.
Anyone who didnít agree with ST was a game player
Anyone who saw not saved was considered evil.
Any influence that did not come from Stewart Trailís approved list should be treated as suspect and avoided .
We did not have to test all things because we had a list of what was approved and what was not..
It was ok to subvert one in his cause even if the Lord had put it on ones heart to do so.
Seeking the counsel of the brothers was a cheap trick because he knew they were all in the tank.
We did not have the strength to get married.
We were not faithful enough to get married.
If you left cobu something bad would happen to you.
The brothers had to practice being a son of God.
The sisters had to practice being a daughter of God.
To resist Stewart Traill was to resist God.
To speak ill of Stewart Traill was speaking ill of God.
It would make God angry if one spoke ill of Stewart Traill.
Stewart Traill had us competing with one another in one-upmanship.
That it was ok that there was a clear pecking order.
We foolishly thought that if you got closer to Stewart Trill you would be all right..
If you made any kind of face toward ST you were branded a ghoul.
It was ok to lie to protect Stewart Traill.
It was ok to disobey your conscience if ST told you to do it.
Sisters were just into wrong attention and maneuvering.
Any woman who wanted a manís attention was stealing it if she did not ask.
We were going to go around the world and the only thing that was going to stop him was the brothers lack of faithfulness.
ST was and is the crime boss of cobu.
His figure system never enlightened anyone.
His figure system gave us a fat head.
His figure system was filled with pride and arrogance.
The figure system was overrated.
The figure system was nothing. All were baptized into ST.
It was ok to test someone's faith where he devised evil to see what they would do.
It was ok in the church of ST to devise evil councils to make another stumble.
It was ok to discourage others faith.
It was ok to dishearten the brothers and sisters.
His mighty and vaunted figure system failed because it caused him to miss grace.
He took pleasure in counting himself better than those in his charge.
He loved pushing away the sheep.
Stew did not have a humble bone in his character.
He took the best part of our life for cheap gain.
He insisted on his own way.
He took pleasure in taunting the sheep. He loved mocking the sheep.
He loved cursing the sheep.
ST never corrected his wrong doing.
ST boasted of his error at the grace meeting.
ST never repented of his pride.
He never repented of his rudeness.
He never repented of his partiality.
He never taught us the elementary doctrine of Christ.
He does not know what.
He never fell into the earth and died.
He enjoyed beating the sheep.
He used the bible as a weapon to strike the sheep.
Cobu was his cash cow.
St was and is a sluggard
ST i a screw up.
ST is not a nice person.
ST gloried in his flesh.
ST said don't make this about me. How could we not, when it was all about you.
If stewart is not the issue, then who is? We were baptized into his language .
We were baptized into his empty talk .
We were baptized into his loveless church.
We were baptized into his irritations.
We were baptized into his resentfulness .
We were baptized into his two faced behavior.
We were baptized into his false humility .
We were baptized into his work for your salvation mentality.
We were baptized into his false view of redemption .
We were baptized into his you can never do anything right society .
We were baptized into his I know I am going to hell but Jesus loves me.
We slaved in his carpet cleaning business without getting a salary.
This was modern day christian slavery. All were baptized into Stewart Traill.
ST held back a salaries through fraud and deceit.
Stewart Traill walked by sight and not by faith.
The key ingredient to Trailís getting rich scheme was free labor.
The Lord never intended this sort of thing to happen.
Cobu was about ST getting rich by fraud and usury in the name of the Lo9rd.
Whatever weaknesses or foibles you had when you joined cobu they were exacerbated ten time worse.
Whatever sin you confessed became tools that were used against you.
Stewart Traill loved getting gain by fraud and stealing.
If Stewart did not have free labor at his fingertips, none of the church business would have made any money.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into falsehood.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into finger pointing.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into corruption.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into false religion.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into wrong doing.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into condemning the sheep.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into lying.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into blaming others for his failures.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into adultery.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into bearing false witness.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into lying about Jesus.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into partiality.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into cruelty.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into domineering over the flock.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into a cruel oppressor.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into rejecting his conscience.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into being rude and nasty.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into beating the sheep and getting drunk with the drunkards.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into denying the flock of their right.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into casting doubt onto the flock.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into rash talk.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into following the desires of body and mind.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into. following his passions and desires.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into not seeking the Lord about his problems.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into unspeakable crime.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into mocking the sheep.
Stewart Tanner Traill became hardened into muddying the stream so that others could not take a drink.
The cobu experience was a walking disaster.
If there would not have been the free labor, there would not have been enough funds to keep the church afloat.
Stewart Tanner Traill turned a blind eye to the suffering of the flock.
Stewart Tanner Traill turned a deaf ear to the cries of the needy.
Stewart Tanner Traill turned a heard heart the flock that was hurting.
Stewart Tanner Traill does not care about you.
Stewart Tanner Traill turned a deaf ear to those who slaved for him.
Stewart Tanner Traill turned a cold heart to the needs of his people.
Stewart Tanner Traill oppressed us daily.
His mouth is filled with cursing and deceit and oppression; under his tongue are mischief and iniquity. All were baptized into Stewart Tanner Traill.
All were kicked in the groin in cobu and we said thank you Jesus.
ST is an evil lying skunk.
Cobu is and was the wrong woman. All were baptized into this system
Cobu is the loose woman with smooth words that slay the simple.
Cobu was the church of loose morals.
The church of misguided false zeal for Jesus.
The church where Stewart Traill's heart mattered and nobody else did.
We as a church took part in his wrong doing.
The place where lying is an intuition.
The church that bore false testimony when they went witnessing.
The church that kicked out the gifts of the spirit and welcomed in cheap tricks.
The church where my pastor was brother to none..
The church where the pastor was given a free card to so evil.
The church where everything was turned upside down.
The church that was only devoted to Stewart Traill.
The church that enjoyed walking in darkness.
The church that had many lovers.
The church that became an evil social club .
Cobu became worse than the people in the world.
The church that did not seek after the Lord Jesus.
The church that took pleasure in quenching the spirit of God.
The church that took pleasure in lying.
The church that took pleasure in falsehood.
The church that took pleasure in back biting.
The church that took pleasure in. slandering one another.
The church that took pleasure in foul talk.
The church that took pleasure in belittling one another.
The church that took pleasure in being rude.
The church that took pleasure in wickedness.
The church that took pleasure in false fronts.
The church that took pleasure in being harsh to one another.
The church that took pleasure in doing mischief.
We were touched by his round and round cycle of fruitless debate.
We were touched by his false teaching.
We were touched by his false humility.
We were touched by his false confidence.
We were touched by his wrong view on communion.
We were touched by his cold calculating heart.
We were touched by his violence toward the sheep.
We were touched by his lack of patience.
We were touched by his greed for power.
We were touched by his love of money.
The church that sat in silence about the crimes of Stewart Traill.
The church that must be redeemed all over again.
The church that never learned the elementary doctrine of Christ.
The church that played the harlot.
The church that doted on many lovers.
The church that threw it's crown in the dust.
The church that was operated by a cruel oppressor.
The church that lacked sense.
The church that went nowhere.
The church that turned away the needy.
The church that killed its own sheep.
The church that had no shepherd.
The church that had a wolf for its pastor.
The church that played the harlot.
Stewart Traill was nothing but a loud mouth boaster.
We gave gladly our strength to Stewart Traill who was nothing but a cheap sneak thief who was an evil jerk.
The church of loose morals.
The church of no morals.
The church of anything goes as long as Stewart says it ok.
The church that sought the approval of Stewart Traill rather than the Lord Jesus Christ.
The church where Stewart Traill never accepted us.
The church that never welcomed us.
The church where we were baptized into the worship of Stewart Traill.
The church where we were baptized into false worship.
The church where we were baptized into a cult.
The church where we were baptized into slavery.
The church where we were baptized into false philosophy.
The church where we were baptized into worldly foolishness.
The church where we were baptized into the spiritually blind.
The church where we were baptized into your salvation is based on pleasing a madman.
The church where we were baptized into my pastor is a sneak oil salesman.
The church where we were baptized into we don't get married here because Jesus wants us to be monks and nuns.
The church where we were baptized into we don't use our brains here.
The church where we were baptized into great expectations and no returns.
The church where we were baptized into Jesus does not give us blessings.
The church where we were baptized into a crime family.
The church where we were baptized into foolishness.
The church where we were baptized into Stewart Traill is always right and the flock is always wrong.
The church where we were baptized into darkness.
The church where we were baptized into a pastor who is impossible to please.
The church where we were baptized into fault finding.
The church where we were baptized into mischief.
The church where we were baptized into the cruel oppression of Stewart Traill.
The church where we were baptized into a graceless society.
The church where we were baptized into a loveless society.
The church where we were baptized into false hope.
The church where we were baptized into we donít ask questions.
The church where we were baptized into a society that had no rules.
The church where we were baptized into doing the gathering and heaping for an ungrateful cuss, Stewart Tanner Traill.
The church that submitted themselves to a yoke of slavery.
The church that got us to do things that in our heart we really did not want to do The church of many obligations.
The church of the down trodden.
The church where the rules were always changing.
The church of misfits.

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