Woe to Those Who Call Evil Good and Good Evil

I watch almost everyday as members of Sound Doctrine, and employees of WinePress Publishing scour this blog.

It’s so sad that they are all brainwashed with the scripture that says if you listen to a false witness you will be destroyed.

It’s even sadder to realize that this is exactly what they are doing…listening to the false witnesses of Tim Williams and Malcolm Fraser, and so that scripture is true…if they do not wake up, they will be destroyed.

I realized the other day that for at least 4 or 5 years God had me reading Psalm 52 every day. And every day I turned that scripture back on myself, thinking I was the one who was a disgrace in the eyes of God, just as Tim Williams had convinced me.

Why do you boast of evil, you mighty hero?
Why do you boast all day long,
you who are a disgrace in the eyes of God?
You who practice deceit,
your tongue plots destruction;
it is like a sharpened razor.
You love evil rather than good,
falsehood rather than speaking the truth.[c]
You love every harmful word,
you deceitful tongue!

Surely God will bring you down to everlasting ruin:
He will snatch you up and pluck you from your tent;
he will uproot you from the land of the living.
The righteous will see and fear;
they will laugh at you, saying,
“Here now is the man
who did not make God his stronghold
but trusted in his great wealth
and grew strong by destroying others!”

Knowing what I know now, that Tim Williams has spent the last 7 years covering up a crime, obstructing justice, and attempting to protect his little “kingdom” of 40 people (including kids), makes me even sadder for those who are still convinced that he represents Jesus Christ, when in reality, nothing could be farther from the Truth.

Realizing that God tried for YEARS to get my attention, to show me the TRUTH, that I was believing a LIE…and for years I rebuked the Lord, calling good evil and evil good, breaks my heart.

What a tragic reality…that this wolf in sheep’s clothing would take advantage of those who truly wanted to sell out for God. That he would draw in those who are wounded, developmentally disabled, deaf and hard of hearing…those who are vulnerable for one reason or another, but those who are easily manipulated and controlled. What a tragedy. What a crime. One that he will be fully responsible for before the throne of God. He will not go unpunished, and God will not be mocked.

Yes, Tim Williams grew strong by destroying others, and all the while he claimed to have the truth while others did not.

Members of Sound Doctrine, when will you wake up and realize that you have been believing a lie from the pit of hell? When will you finally have the guts to admit you’ve been duped? It will take some courage and some humility, but I believe some of you still have a shred of the Holy Spirit within you and have been questioning…I pray you will start seeing the lies you have believed and break free from the captivity the enemy has on your soul.

Powerful Article About the Sound Doctrine Sexual Abuse Victim

I so appreciate it when people are willing to stand up and speak the truth no matter what backlash results. The only media source that has reported on the guilty verdict of Sound Doctrine “pastor” Malcolm J. Fraser has been the home town paper, The Enumclaw Courier Herald.

Dennis Box, Editor and friend, is just one of those folks. The “other side” has raked him over the coals on their ridiculously named blog, “The Discerning Times” at http://www.enumclaw.com, as they have done to me as well. Anyone who is willing to report the truth about this group is labeled a “slanderer”, one who is “persecuting” “true” Christianity, and their reputation has been smeared by yellow journalism, half truths, omission, and flat out lies.

What a delight it was to read his latest article entitled “A Young Woman Who Found Courage.”

Reading this wonderful piece of TRUTH resulted in tears of joy…how refreshing…he saw courage in the victim, and displayed great courage in writing this op ed piece.

Well done, Dennis Box. Well done.



For It to be Abuse, Several Things Need to Occur

My friend, Jack Watts, posted this today. Amazing how it describes exactly how Sound Doctrine operates. Praying those still ensnared will have eyes to see and ears to hear!


Refer to STEP4: I recognize that God is not the abuser; people who misuse their authority are the abusers.

One’s cruelty is one’s power and, when one parts with one’s cruelty, one parts with one’s power. When one has parted with that, I fancy one’s old and ugly. —William Congreve

For religious abuse to occur, an attitude of arrogance, entitlement, and pride is required by a religious leader. If such an attitude doesn’t exist, then most abuse is accidental—not malicious. To be certain what’s really happening, it’s always wise to take a good, hard look at every pastor and ministry leader. Try to discern telltale signs of spiritual superiority. If you spot any self-serving or narcissistic characteristics, move on. It doesn’t matter how profound the person’s teaching may be or how loving he or she appears to be, it’s an illusion. Those who recognize the problem and make a stand for what is right are the ones who will be abused.

Here’s the way it works. Although people have differences of opinion, when one person’s opinion is routinely elevated above others and positioned as “God’s will,” then abusiveness often follows. The person who doesn’t buy into the program is not only rebuked; but by holding his or her ground in opposition, that person’s relationship with God is inevitably called into question. To criticize the minister—”the anointed one”— is perceived as criticizing God, making the person who disagrees have flawed, “sinful” character qualities.

Routinely, those who are in opposition are depicted as “carnal”—as purposefully going against God’s will. This makes the questioning person’s walk with the Lord appear to be defective, which is exactly how it is positioned by the abusive leader. When the abuser says, “I’ll pray for you, brother,” it is usually accompanied by a syrupy smile. When this happens, you can be certain that no prayers will be forthcoming—only character assassination.

The person asking hard questions becomes an “untouchable”—rejected by those who were co-laborers just a short time earlier. This kind of treatment happens routinely in ministries and churches, wounding people beyond their capacity to cope with life afterwards. When the process is complete, there is another person added to the ranks of the religiously abused.

Your boasting is not good. Do you know that a little leaven leavens the whole lump of dough? Clean out the old leaven, that you may be a new lump, just as you are in fact unleavened. For Christ our Passover also has been sacrificed. Let us therefore celebrate the feast, not with old leaven, nor with the leaven of malice and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth. (I Corinthians 5:6-8)