#36 Dog and Pony Show Pt 2

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Timothy: Well, let’s continue our discussion about the Dog and Pony Show called Jury Duty in Washington State according to Seattle’s King County prosecutors.

Video: Jury selection, Washington State Prosecutors, Seattle, November 18,2016, King County Prosecutors. Has anyone been on a jury before? Then you have been through this dog and pony show before. The Consider Podcast at www.consider.info. Maintaining justice and justice alone.

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Timothy: How you doing today, Jacob?

Jacob: Doing good.

Timothy: This stuff’s really difficult to look at. There’s no animosity or anger. It’s just extremely distasteful. Go ahead and play the Tulsa video one more time for most people for a recap here. We’re talking about not judging anything by mere appearance.

Man 1: You’re there love?

Lady: Do you know what you’re doing here with your engine idling?

Man 1: No what?

Lady: You are polluting the atmosphere.

Man 1: Really?

Lady: Just sitting here without a care of the world with your engine running.

Man 1: Okay.

Lady: I don’t care who you’re polluting.

Man 1: Okay.

Lady: Fumes from this car are going in through all the windows on all the ventilation.

Man 1: The fumes from this car, yeah?

Lady: Yeah, that’s right.

Man 1: You know that this car’s electric, right?

Lady: Yeah. You try and fob me off like that. It’s an electric car, just to cover up your crimes. Because I will be reporting this you know.

Man 1: Report me to who?

Lady: To the authority.

Man 1: What and say what? Hey, excuse me. Someone’s in their car.

Lady: Yeah, I’m not going to take a picture of you and all. You’re polluting the atmosphere. That is a crime.

Man 1: How is it a crime?

Lady: Because you are sending untold emissions of poison all over this area.

Timothy: He’s sitting in a Tesla battery-powered car. So, there’s no engine that’s running. What do you think, Jacob if King County prosecutors brought this witness in and put her on the stand against this guy. Would you find him guilty or not guilty?

Jacob: Well, he’s guilty of sitting in his car.

Timothy: Okay.

Jacob: But I think she used the word idling and since the car, it doesn’t have an engine, didn’t have a combustible engine, so there is no idling.

Timothy: You’re already making a first mistake; you’re rationally looking correctly rationally. You couldn’t do it. I said, if she were in the jury and they brought this in, in other words, what would the jury’s conclusion be that he was guilty?

Jacob: That he’s guilty.

Timothy: Because it’s all based on emotion. It’s all based on a social cause. It’s all based on hype. But why do you think these prosecutors hit the news all the time? The Seattle Times and King County prosecutors are like kissing cousins. They each stroke each other to get what they want from each other and so by the time you even get chosen for a jury, you’ve been so heavily manipulated by the PR machine of the prosecutors that you’re already in their favor before you get there. Let alone by the time they get through with you on all of that. Alright, that was really kind of my point. I appreciate the fact that you started to reason out rather than go emotional. That’s why we were shocked at the verdict.

Jacob: Sure yeah.

Timothy: Because we approached it from evidence, rationality, logic, everything reasonable, what the law is really about. In Habakkuk chapter 1 verse 3, let’s go to that and look at it, because I mentioned that this is not easy to talk about. I have no bone to pick or anything to grind about. I would rather be doing other things. And in Habakkuk 1:3 it says, “Why do you make me look at injustice?” He’s praying to the Lord, like Lord why do I have to look at these things? God has been having me research these things, information request, examining, praying. He’s granting me wisdom about life and things in their hearts and things that are going on. “Why do I have to look at those things?” In my mind, I’d rather not have to go this direction. But, “Why do you make me look at injustice?”
There’s no pleasure in any of this discussion. I’m not trying to reform anything. I’m not trying to bring anything that would change anything. That is, I don’t even know that it’s possible. Rather Habakkuk goes on to say, “Why do you tolerate wrong? Destruction and violence are before me.” It’s very clear in this country what’s happening. Well, it’s not the criminals have arisen from the corruption in the judicial system. You have embittered a whole nation of people by your games and by the sneaky tactics that you use. All this flea bargaining stuff where people are put in prison not what they did, but for a different charge and other people are lows. Do we not realize this breeds contempt and lawlessness and we’re seeing this increase more and more every day where the courts now, like they’ve already been doing it but it’s becoming wholesale. They just ignore whatever they want to do or whatever they feel.

Nothing’s based on anything rational or thinking about the law or the consequences of law or reform. You’ve got people on the right. Oh, we need law and order, support the police. Support the police. Then you’ve got other people on the liberal side of, no, don’t we need to fire police. We need to defund the police. And what’s lost in this conversation because Satan’s winning on both sides. We need to dethrone the prosecutors and reform the police. And actually, by dethroning prosecutors you’re auPaulatically going to reform the police. Do we not realize that the police give the prosecutors what they want. So, when you see policemen overstepping them bounds and it’s all over the place. There’re videos everywhere. That’s coming from the Prosecutor’s Office.

If the prosecutors didn’t tolerate it, they wouldn’t be doing it. That’s why when this situation came up and the detective was able to sit down word for word and manipulate and engage in this horrendous hate crime and help organize it is because that’s what they’re doing. We just happen to put enough pressure on them that the truth rose to the top but they do this all the time to everybody. They come in with false accusations or irrelevant accusation. What I mean by that is nothing’s truthful. Like when a person’s sentenced, they might get 30 years, but it’s really 15 years or it’s this over here or it never anything really reflects a truthfulness about what is taking place.

Video: Woe to those who call and good evil; who put darkness for light and light for darkness; who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter. (Isaiah 5:20). Woe to King County prosecutors of Seattle, Washington.

Timothy: King County prosecutors, the prosecutor class, judges, law enforcement officials’ people who work in the court, people were supposed to turn over information make copies. Everyone needs to repent of reducing jury selection and the whole court process down to a dog and pony show. These Seattle prosecutors only reflecting and stating what they’ve been doing what’s going on and what’s increasing. It is nothing more than a dog and pony show and the people show up to this circus and that can be sitting on a jury, sitting and watching it. They’re watching a dog and pony show.

Things are judged by mere appearance. The truth cannot get into a courtroom. Even if you get close unless you are a multi-millionaire and even now that’s disappearing. You can’t afford to bring the truth in. They will crush you before you get crushed. It is the old time pressing where they take someone that’s accused of a crime put a board between them and start laying weights on them. It takes two or three days for them to be crushed. Law after law, manipulation after manipulation, darkness after darkness, crime after crime by those who claim to represent the law. It is time for these prosecutors especially those whom I know that are associated with this travesty of injustice and incompetence.

I was naive and as this went on and I experienced it, it was like how can so much incompetence and arrogance be concentrated in such a small area. You think somebody would have the sense to stand up and go this is not right this is not enough and this is easy enough to prove across the nation how much it. Do you see Jacob among the prosecutor class? Oh, they committed a crime. We’re sending any a message. We’re sending how much zeal do you see put into that whole PR movement?

Jacob: No, you don’t.

Timothy: Then, when someone is found to been innocent, false accused and put into prison. How much yelling and excitement do you hear the prosecutor class go justice has prevailed. We’re so glad. Where where’s all the excitement?

Jacob: Yeah, no anytime, yeah, when someone’s let out.

Timothy: Yeah. Sure, it’s not equal.

Jacob: They don’t yeah, where’s the press conference to say you know what? We messed up. This was totally our bad and we’re going to make this right.

Timothy: And we’re going to make it right.

Jacob: Or we want everyone to know. Yeah, you never. No. Never. Never, never, never.

Timothy: In fact, there’s cases of, the one of, there’s so many I mean I’m really stumbling on this because there are like 15 different scenarios coming through here. But there’s in Texas a guy who’s going to be because they like to put people on death penalty and I’m not per se against the death penalty. I’m only against it in the United States because it’s so, it’s not based on a race problem. It has to do with just complete corruption within the legal system. Anyway, there was a chance for DNA to prove the person innocent that’s going to be executed in the next couple days, right?

Jacob: Yeah.

Timothy: The prosecutors fought that hand in right to keep that from happening and they won. The guy was executed. if I were a prosecutor, I’d probably be fired. But if I were a prosecutor, I want to would want to be sure because I must stand For God one day and give an account for every single person, I prosecuted that every single avenue was examined and evidence was looked at and everything was brought in light, but especially with something as easy as DNA.

Jacob: Well, and I don’t want to get too sidetracked but even in in all of this dog and pony show stuff, judges, how many times can the judges overrule prosecutor stuff like even this DNA one.

Timothy: Oh, they could. Absolutely. Well in fact I think it was going to the Texas Supreme Court and the prosecutors objecting.

Jacob: Sure, and so they’re objecting and they’re bad, but it’s almost, is it true to say that the judges actually still hold more responsibility?

Timothy: Oh, they have to do. They’re the ones that are supposed to keep the prosecutors.

Jacob: In check. Yes.

Timothy: The judges are supposed to ensure that there’s a fair trial.

Jacob: Yeah, fair trial. Oh yeah exactly.

Timothy: That’s why they’re there.

Jacob: So why, well I don’t want to get into why. But even in the Texas example you just gave the story. The judge…

Timothy: Was a group of judges. It was Supreme Court.

Jacob: They’re the ones they sided with the prosecutors.

Timothy: Correct. The prosecutors own it. But the judges have the power to dethrone them.

Jacob: Yeah.

Timothy: They just won’t do it.

Jacob: They won’t do it.

Timothy: Same thing in our particular case.

Jacob: Oh yeah.

Timothy: It was obvious in the beginning. She was helping, at one point the prosecutors trying to bring a name in the court for whatever reason, trying to bring a name in the court. The judge actually says, what name are you thinking of?

Jacob: Yeah.

Timothy: It’s like, okay, now you’re working for the prosecution, fortunately they couldn’t get it in. And that was what? Day 27, they still want to keep going on a simple matter whether this happened or not. It could have been solved in two days. Well, it could’ve been solved before it went to trial but yet no the that’s why God when he finally, judges, they’re all lumped together and thrown in. Same thing, the saints. All the good deeds that are done, we always share in that reward. There’s no one special prophet or person can say, well, I’m a special person. We’re all tog0ether as a family in the same way, the family wickedness. Both get judged. Well, now I’m into what’s going to happen to these prosecutors, if they don’t repent. Believe me, I’m in no delusion here that there’s going to be 50 prosecutors call me. I’m going to go, yeah, we want to repent.

Jacob: Yeah.

Timothy: I’d love to be wrong but I just don’t see it on the horizon and if anything, they’re going to come after me for calling them to repentance that’s what they like to do. For the one or the half of one or somebody that might actually want to repent, let’s talk a little bit about Godly sorrow. Because no job is worth your soul. These prosecutors need to really sit down and think, oh, I want all these cases. Really? You might have forced the situation, use corrupt methods to get there and you’re going to lose your soul. What kind of gain is that? In Matthew 16:26 Jesus says, “What good will it be for a man if he gains the whole world, yet forfeits his soul.”
You might be winning your prosecutions, probably are, but you’re losing your soul in the process. Unless you’ve got, there’s so many reasons why prosecutors only hang with prosecutors and judges. But they don’t allow outside discussions. Try and make a phone call to talk to a judge. You can’t get through. They have a guard situation where you got to go through them and they’re not going to let you through. So, there’s no outside influence and then the prosecutors do have outside influence, it’s not outside it’s in the courtroom. So, the conversation the arguments are controlled, right? The judge controls, quote unquote the laws control it, the prosecutors control it. They even tell the defense to be quiet.

Let me back and make a point here, Jacob. If I wanted to be considered the smartest person in the room. Say it was a college dorm on quantum physics and which I know nothing about quantum physics except a few tidbits here and there. I walk in and I want to, I’m going to debate. So, the first thing that I do is go, well, anybody smarter than me, leave. What? Am I going to win the conversation?

Jacob: Yeah.

Timothy: Well, that’s what prosecutors do.

Jacob: Correct.

Timothy: You get a jury pool. The weakest of individuals show up. They weed out even those that are smart in there. Then, you go into the courtroom and the judge controls the conversation and the prosecutors appear all smart. Of course, they appear smart. They control the arguments. They control the debate. They control what’s evidence. They hide evidence. The judge protects them and the judge will shut you up and say, well, you can only answer this way slanders brought in.

Well, a course they win, because why? The most emotional individuals are sitting in a jury box. Now, Am I ridiculing the jury? No, I’m calling the jury to repentance. It’s time for them to leave their simple ways and stop being fools for the state, because your soul hangs in the balance on these things. I better stop. There’s more to go on. Let’s talk about Godly sorrow in case anyone in this situation would desire to repent. Jacob, go ahead and play Godly sorrow and then let’s talk about it.

Video: See what this Godly sorrow has produced in you. What earnestness, what eagerness to clear yourselves? What indignation, what alarm, what longing, what concern, what readiness to see justice done? At every point you have proved yourselves to be innocent in this matter. (Second Corinthians 7:11).

Timothy: Jacob, what do you notice there? We have earnestness, ignorance, eagerness, indignation, alarm, longing, concern. What’s the last one that flows from there?

Jacob: A readiness to see justice done.

Timothy: Our God is a God of justice. And when Godly sorrow, not this criminal sorrow, where a criminal gets convicted and guilty, I’m really sorry if I heard anybody, or even the prosecutor’s sorrow. If that exist out there somewhere and say well, yeah, we made a mistake. Or you know what’s there was a case where couple been in prison for 20 years on a false accusation, they didn’t declare them innocent when they let them loose. They didn’t say we made a mistake. What they said is a jury would have likely found them not guilty.

So, there’s never a mission. They’re certainly never fasting and praying that the system was so corrupt that a couple people’s lives and all of their family lives were completely ruined for 20 years while prosecutors and judges advanced in career. There was no God, it was a worldly kind of sorrow that scripture says, “Leads to death.” In fact, second Corinthians 7:10 says exactly that and I’ll read it. “Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret, but worldly sorrow.” So, there is a sorrow. “But worldly sorrow brings death.”
If I was on a jury and I found out some facts later on and some of the nonsense that would went on I’d have dealt with it. I’d have repented. I’d have made sure justice was done. And Paul will say about them that every point they proved themselves to be innocent in this matter. We’re talking about judges and we’re talking about prosecutors, right? But Jacob, when’s the last time we saw this emotion church when it came to repenting and moving forward in holiness.

Jacob: You don’t see it.

Timothy: You don’t see it. And second Corinthians 7:11 starts with “See”. You can see all this. People always want to repent, here’s a little letter well maybe if I hurt you and perhaps if I did you know please forgive me. That’s not going to cut it with the living God. It certainly doesn’t cut it with me. But look at this again. See what this Godly sorrow has produced. So, the sorrow, the emotion, most people’s sorrow’s intellectual. You feel what I’m saying? Like you convince somebody that they’re guilty so they reason, okay, then they tack on the emotion. Earnestness, eagerness, indignation, and we try to mentally mock it. It’s called mocking is what it’s called.

But the way scripture reads here is sorrow grabs you. Before you can communicate what’s going on. I know this well. The Holy Spirit comes in and the conviction is gut wrenching and then the thoughts and then the logic, and then the earnestness and the ignorance and the indignation the alarm and the longing and the concern and the readiness. I mean you’re just fired up to do what’s right to see justice done just comes welling up within us if you have Godly sorrow. Jacob, anything you want to add on that?

Jacob: No, other than you had touched on it, but I mean not only does this, you don’t see this in the church today. So, then let alone if there was ever a prosecutor it goes to church, you’re not see this out of them.

Timothy: No, they never seem to have a cause to overcome on any, well think about it. We’re talking about false accusations and prosecutions that are done impure and unclean them coming forward repenting. You never see that. Well, do you ever see it on anything else?

Jacob: But no, yeah, you don’t see it on anything else either.

Timothy: No, it doesn’t exist. In fact, they would fight you on every way. If I came in and said, okay, this part is wrong. Like, for instance, there’s police being put on trial for using a gun against somebody else and shooting them, right? It’s all on Camera, it’s all there. It’s dragging on of course. So, it should be a pretty simple case, right?

Jacob: Yeah.

Timothy: You play the video, you look at it, you examine the law and you go, yeah, it was right or wrong and you look at all the other circumstances. Those are the facts of the case. Well, that’s not what the prosecutor, I mean they’re coming in with that of course but what they’re also adding is they want pictures of the tattoo that the officer has on his body. Well, that has nothing to do. I only want the facts. Now, don’t give me this emotional garbage.

Mid Point

Jacob: Correct.

Timothy: That’s what I want to know. So, no. Want to bring in the tattoo and the quote was to show what was in his mind at the time. Really? Prosecutors are now mind readers.

Jacob: Yeah, they’re mind read. They’re fortune tellers, mind readers.

Timothy: They acted like that in the courtroom.

Jacob: Yeah.

Timothy: I mean, that’s not what a courtroom is for. A courtroom is for facts. Hardcore facts and if society can’t get every conviction they want, that’s just tough. Otherwise, we’re winding up with what we’re winding up with.

Jacob: That’s correct. Yeah.

Timothy: It’s becoming a little obvious now. These letters come out with these prosecutors going, oh I’m quitting my prosecutor job because nobody supports the police. Nobody supports us and they’re whining and they’re quitting, right? Well, the prosecutors that they don’t like are using the exact same mechanisms just for a little different cause to please the people they’ve been pleasing. Nothing’s, the corruption is the same. That prosecutor has nothing to whine about. He may not like the outcome or how it’s being applied but he did it all the time.

Jacob: Correct.

Timothy: And all the time they people in dark plea-bargaining situations for people. By the way, in scripture it says that, “When crimes are not punished quickly the people are given to lawlessness.” Every time you bury this into plea bargains because nobody knows what goes on. They consider the dark thing. They see it. You can’t get to. You can’t again try and get an email conversation between prosecutors about your case. It’s a joke. That’s all private. That’s all dark. But of course, they want everything from you and more. Jacob, must go to John chapter 7 verse 18 and I want to look an example here really of not necessarily Godly sorrow but the mechanism of the sinful nature of man and what’s happening here and how things really get kind of twisted up.

In John chapter 7 verse 18, and we talked about this a couple podcasts ago. “He who speaks on his own does so to gain honor for himself, but he who works for the honor of the one who sent him as a man of truth; there’s nothing false about him.” In order have pure wisdom from God and by that, I mean it’s holy wisdom, it’s not your opinion, it’s not your thoughts, it’s not guess work you have to work for the honor of God. And the only way you can work for the honor of God is you have to hate your own life, pick up your cross, fall to the ground and die and suffer with Jesus Christ is you also rejoice in the rejoicings of Jesus Christ. This is not an easy thing to get to and I won’t repeat the lesson on that. But I am trying to emphasize here at the moment that what makes a of truthful is when God is able to take self out of the picture. The reason prosecutors bring in so much corruption is. They just want to win they want to please themselves. They want their ego and their pride. It’s as simple as that. Verse 19 Jesus goes on to say, “Has not Moses giving you the law?” So, Jesus going to have a law discussion here isn’t he, Jacob?

Jacob: Yeah.

Timothy: “Yet no one of you keeps the law.” Same problem, that’s why the government keeps piling on all the laws that nobody can give up to because then they can arrest everybody. The prosecutor Certainly have a nice supply and demand on their hands. Then he goes on to say, “Why are you trying to kill me?” What’s their answer Jacob?

Jacob: He’s crazy.

Timothy: Right. He says you are demon possessed. The crowd answered. So, he starts with the law and then he jumps to you’re trying to kill me. So, when I go prosecutors were after me. The prosecutors hate Jesus Christ. People are going to go oh you’re crazy. “You’re demon possessed.” No, no. It’s true. These people are fully corrupt and they need to repent. So, they Jesus of being demon possessed, right? Then Jesus goes on in verse 21. He ignores the slander at the moment. Jesus said to them, “I did one miracle, and you all are astonished.” Yet, because Moses gives you circumcision (though actually did not come from Moses, but from the patriarchs), you circumcise a child on the Sabbath.”

So, he’s talking law here, right? And what he’s pointing out is you will accept the law this over here, but you won’t accept miracle and truth. That’s the simple nature of man. Whatever is good and whatever is holy though it be miracles and everything else. They can’t accept that. They’re just like astonished that that’s the truth. Or that really comes with power. So, they’re accusing somebody of being demon possessed who’s doing miracles. Doesn’t that sound like a jury pool?

Jacob: Yes.

Timothy: So, we’ve got this jury pool where people come in and on the one hand. The only thing they can relate to is not truth. Not the actual facts of the crime. They’re paying attention to all the corruption that the legal system is introducing to the courtroom. Jesus goes through this legal discussion verse 23. “Now if a child can be circumcised on the Sabbath so the law of Moses may not be broken, why are you angry with me for healing the whole man on the Sabbath?” Sinful nature focuses in law, law, law, law. That’s why in a lot of cases you can’t even talk about during nullification because it’s illegal. The courts don’t want anybody thinking. Jesus is trying to get them up past all this legalistic mere appearance kind of thing and make a correct judgement.

One of the things, well, the thing and I’m going to hone in this on some other podcast. When you go for jury duty, they want you to set aside your conscience. Now, think about that, the corruption and darkness. There is no way, absolutely no way I’m leaving my good conscience that I have suffered with Jesus Christ, pleaded with God to purify. I am not leaving that ever. It’s the thing that guards me. So, you have a group of evil that have all I raised my, yeah, I’ll leave my conscience. I’ll leave it outside, which is in a possibility because all you’re really then doing is bringing in a bad conscious. You’re lying. You can’t leave a conscience out in the other room and I’m not about to sit down and look at a group of laws and listen to a bunch of hyper prosecutors just exaggerate and all the corruption that I know goes on and leave my conscience and then go, okay, fine, yeah, he’s guilty because the letter of the law said so. You see, that’s what Jesus is pointing out. You got step up above the law to understand the law, that used to be called the spirit of the law but now the spirit of the law is wicked.
Now, if a child can be circumcised on the Sabbath so that the law of Moses may not be broken, why are you angry with me for healing the whole man on the Sabbath? It’s a classic thing. Why are you so upset that a house was being remodeled and set up so that other people could come in and pray and seek the living God? Why are you so upset about that? Verse 24, “Stop judging by mere appearances and make a right judgement,” Jesus says. Now, in the beginning, remember, Jacob did they call him? See, this is the hypocrisy in courtrooms. How many contradictions were in the trial?

Jacob: Oh, a lot.

Timothy: All the time.

Jacob: Sure.

Timothy: You had the policeman testifying that he talked to this woman at her home. She gets up on the stands. No, we talked at the police station. There was like just absolute contradictions if you actually sat down and logically went with it. So, in this particular case, he’s told them, you’re trying to kill me and they go, you’re what?

Jacob: “You’re demon possessed.”

Timothy: Then he goes to this legal talk, right? Okay, then go ahead and read verses 25 and 26.

Jacob: “At that point, some of the people of Jerusalem began to ask, “Isn’t this the man they’re trying to kill!”

Timothy: Okay, so what’s the facts of the trial?

Jacob: They’re trying to kill him.

Timothy: They’re trying to kill him. So, on the one, you have this huge denial. No. No. No. No. You’re demon possessed. You’re bizarre. You’re a cult leader. You’re so far out there that you’re just be honored of you. You don’t even control your own life. Nothing good’s in you. You are demon possessed. You are a cult leader class A number one and anything you has to say comes from the fiery pits of hell. “Isn’t that what they accused him of?”

Jacob: Correct.

Timothy: And yet what’s the truth? They’re trying to kill him. So, it’s the sinful nature of man to have this complete contradiction because they walk in darkness and this prosecutors and judges play to the max. Play to the max. It’s their language. They how to present it. They have all the tools, all the power, all the money. They have nonprofits helping to manipulate. They’ve got the media helping to bring it about. How easy is this to happen? At that point, some of the people of Jerusalem, see not everybody in the jury pool but he had to weed them out. “Isn’t this the man they are trying to kill?” Then in verse 26, “Here he is, speaking publicly and they’re not saying a word to him. Have the authorities really concluded that he is the Christ?” What are the people looking at there in verse 206, Jacob?

Jacob: They’re looking at what the authorities are not doing.

Timothy: Well, they’re looking to the authorities, and that’s most human nature even among those who claim to be Christian whatever. They look to authorities. What does this expert say, or what does this Bible teacher say, or does my pastor agree with what he says? They’re not making any judgments.

Jacob: And just generically speaking to everybody I think you had mentioned it a little while ago, but like everybody just is still even Christians today are delusional. I think at one point you had said that like coming into this situation that happened to us like you were kind of naive like you didn’t know. And but a lot of people out there still have this like you’ll get a fair trial. If anybody nowadays who believes that you can hire attorney and get a fair trial is like crazy. I mean there’s no way, but a lot of people still believe that just like they’re like oh the authority say this. So, then same thing with like jury trials or the jury pool. Like, oh well, if he’s sitting here, he must be guilty, right? That’s another like point.

Timothy: That’s a good point, yeah.

Jacob: If they dragged him in if the authorities dragged him in, he must be guilty that’s what, and so nowadays oh you would qualify the prosecutors would like that person.

Timothy: Yeah, oh totally and they know that’s what most people think well we wouldn’t arrest him if there wasn’t something there. I think somebody had said and I didn’t hear it so I can’t verify that somebody that was on the jury pool in this said well something went on somewhere. You don’t, if that’s true. You’re not trying people on if something happens somewhere or something took place. It’s supposed to be about the facts of the case.

Jacob: Yeah.

Timothy: And that’s what prosecutors don’t really want you to see. Even if they have the facts, they’re going to bring in all this other stuff because they know even among some people, facts don’t mean anything. You have to emotionally stir them up. Every movie’s like that. You add in a few things that are believing you add in all the emotion. Isn’t that which most of the movies are about?

Jacob: Yeah.

Timothy: What a chase scene’s about. So, they’re looking to the authorities as to whether or not to accept somebody. I can’t number the many times that people been thinking about fellowshipping or reading and they’ll go to find out what somebody else has to say. They’re the ones following a man. They’re just looking for that person that will tell them what they want to hear one way or another. “Here he is, speaking publicly, and they’re not saying a word to him. Have the authorities really concluded that he is of Christ or that he is the Christ?” They’re always looking for authority and again the whole legal system is designed to funnel in and weed out and get rid of those people that will not support the authorities. And I’ll get into that more as Lord willing later on. What should be done? Repentance.

No career is worth losing your soul. No prosecution of someone that you may suspect to be innocent. You continue anyway. And again, their conscience may be so seared. They think everybody’s guilty that comes before them. There’s probably a great deal with people. That’s why Acts says save yourselves from this corrupt generation. This is a corrupt generation. I’m under no delusions that we’re going to clean anything up or fix anything. This is not going to happen. But can as an individual decide I don’t want to be a part of this corruption. Let’s go to Amos chapter 5 verse 4, this is what the Lord says to the house of Israel. “Seek me and live.” I am pointing you to the living God, as I appointed everybody to the living God. seek him and live, come out of the darkness and you’ll tell me things that will amaze me as to the darkness. I only see darkness from a distance.

Verse 5 says, “Do not seek Bethel.” In other words, don’t go to some authority. Do not go to Gilgal. Go over here and get this expert opinion. Do not journey to Beersheba. Don’t go a long distance to find these things out or whether this is true, or go on to the internet and find out if Timothy Williams is this or if he’s really a colleague. You’ll be there a long time if you do that. You’ll never come to correct conclusion because it just always will be there. Do not journey there. “For Gilgal will surely go into exile, and Bethel will be reduced to nothing.” All of those things will disappear. Google will disappear one day. All the experts will stand before God someday. What does it say in Amos 5:6? You go ahead and read it Jacob.

Jacob: Seek the Lord and live, or he will sweep through the house of Joseph like a fire; it will devour and Bethel will have no one to quench it.”

Timothy: Seek the Lord and live. Because judgement is coming, the court case is on its way or he will sweep through the house whatever house Joseph. It can be the strongest house in God. A fire is going to sweep through it. It will devour and Bethel will have no one to quench it. You won’t be able to plea bargain your way out of the judgment seat. It’s that simple. Amos 5:7, “You who turned justice into bitterness.” Just in case you thought the Lord was talking to somebody else. He’s not. He’s talking to King County prosecutors. He’s talking to the judges. He’s talking to every city official. He’s talking to everybody who did not stand up and stop this hate crime.
Amos 5:7. “You who turn justice into bitterness and cast righteousness to the ground.” They didn’t just come after a church or this concept over here. They attacked the very righteousness of God and they threw it to the ground. “They took every aspect of justice and turn into the bitterness.” Every time we’d go and say look at this. Examine this. They would just slap it back in our face. Refuse to look they did. They engaged all their power to stop justice from happening. It became an extremely bitter type experience. God’s going to remind them who they are or who he is and what he’s about to bring about, and if you have ears to hear you need to hear. Jacob going to read Amos 5:8 & 9.

Jacob: “(he who made the Pleiades and Orion, who turns blackness into dawn and darkens day into night, who calls for the waters of the sea and pours them out over the face of the land- the Lord is his name- he flashes destruction on the stronghold and brings the fortified city to ruin).

Timothy: He’s trying to remind the prosecutors that they ain’t all that much. They may be tipsy on their power, they may be drunk on their position, they may think they’re untouchable. All those things are true, but these are the words of him. “Who made Orion, who takes blackness and turns it into dawn, or darkens the day into night, who calls for the waters of the sea and pours them out over the face of the land- the Lord is his name.” You can scoff if you want but your blood will be on your own hand, because you’ve been warned. Verse 9 says, “He flashes destruction on the stronghold.” All your laws, all your gimmicks, you’re being deluded by your own sins and the system of injustice in this world. You’re protected. There’s no doubt about it. You’re unable to do all the unjust and impure things that you do, but he will flash quickly on that stronghold and he’ll bring the fortified city to ruin.

Amos 5:10 says, “You hate the one who reproves in court.” Oh, they hated you bringing up and asking questions and offering corrected. They’ll often go for people that raise any questions. “You hate the one who reproves in court and despise him who tells the truth.” Listen, do not be fooled, do not be a foolish Christian that just supports the authorities. You need to get a clue quickly “These are a people that hate the truth.” They live in darkness. They despise you. They think that everybody that comes to the dog and pony show is theirs. And it is. They are theirs. Don’t be a part of it. Repent.

Outro: This has been the Consider Podcast at www.consider.info where yesterday’s folly is today’s madness. In the beginning, the unrepentant sinners words are folly. At the end, they are wicked madness. Ecclesiastes 10:13. Judgement begins with the house of God. Therefore, let everyone who loves the Lord with an undying love pick up their cross and walk the talk. As Peter the wrote. “Therefore, prepare your minds for action. Be self-controlled”. First Peter 1:13-14. The Considered Podcast, examining today’s events and Paulorrow’s realities. www.consider.info.

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