SEVENTH SEAL LIBRARY

God's Truth Not Smooth Words

Extra Oil: Following Foolish Folly & Rhyli Update

WCC; “Justice for Rhyli;” FYI Tidbit; Definitions; Fools’ Folly; Verse References; Closing Words: 6.5–pgs

Extra Oil: Following Foolish Folly
shared by Remnant Doctrine Keepers (RDK) 081211
©copyright 2011 Bonita M Quesinberry 080811

WCC Weekly: Subject: WCC WEEKLY: Day of Prayer for Peace; World Youth Day; Asia; Syria; Date: Aug 11, 2011 10:30 AM ~ Blank email, but note ‘Peace’ and our children “World Youth Day’
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Update Rhyli Mason: First, we must make corrections to the first two reports on Rhyli: she has dark brown eyes instead of blue; and, mother Brittany was ask to choose between CPS foster home or paternal grandfather Nick Mason, not in the past week, rather she was asked several days before they delivered Rhyli to Nick. Readers will recall that, between the two, she had said she preferred a foster home to Nick.
—— Brittany’s great aunt suggested CPS might use this against her, intimating she did not want Rhyli back at all or with María. This is a good point; so, we instructed Brittany: if CPS again asks limited contrary choices, she is to respond with only her true choice, “I prefer Rhyli be returned to me or my mother. I am against any other choices.”
—— This past week a video, “Justice for Rhyli,” was put together showing various outings, etc. with Rhyli and her family: it proves her to have been and is a happy, healthy child, plus a brief about what CPS has done to her and the family. It was posted to Face Book, where it generated over 8000 comments and untold hits: this is considered having gone viral on Face Book.
—— Rhyli’s paternal grandmother, Maxine, put together a series of videos taken over Rhyli’s four years. María will urge Maxine to post the video to YouTube. If it goes viral there, it not only might get a million or more hits, it also WOULD be picked up by major network news stations. YouTube viral videos usually end up being reported by those news agencies: exactly what we need to bring public pressure onto CPS.
—— Further, Rhyli’s maternal grandmother, María, has been made aware of a Juvenile Justice agency. As soon as she has the particulars on this resource, she will be giving them a call about possible legal representation. As for her client that was going to call her attorney brother, she has not heard back at this time.
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Interesting Tidbit: The topic today provides definitions in the various ancient languages, including English, of the relevant subject words. Then, we noticed a scripture about doing “alms” (Matt. 6:1-4). Strictly out of curiosity, we looked up definitions as we did for this week’s topic words. The result was further proof of why we should refer to original Bible tongues on key words: carefully read the definitions from three available sources below:
—— Alms:
(MSWord Thesaurus) — a load, a long distance, a long time ago, all your own, almost certainly, and so forth
(Webster’s Dict.) — pity, money, food, clothes, etc. given to poor people, a deed of mercy
(Greek, ancient combo of two words) — compassionateness for the poor, beneficence or a benefaction (support, aid), compassion– human or divine, espec. active– tender mercy.
—— It is evident that the MSWord Thesaurus meanings, and there were many more than shown above, were clearly unrelated to the Bible’s intent and use. “All your own” and “Almost certainly” could suggest or imply that this might be a verse for Sunday’s use when preaching prosperity: combining scripture to say, “Earth’s riches are reserved for God’s people, for the riches are almost certainly all their own today.” One might say that some of the modern meanings would not apply, such as “a long way.” Well, that certainly did not stop Sunday from skewing God’s true intent for Sabbath.
—— Nevertheless, despite other scripture advising riches being reserved for us in the new earth, not here and now; and, despite Matthew’s implication of gifts or help for the poor– although the passage is not specific in itself but the word in Greek makes the verses specific– it would make no difference to Sunday. It never has bothered them to put man’s spin on God’s Word, either by the use of ancient or modern definitions or even using both in order to achieve Satan’s purpose. 
—— RDK often refers to the Bible’s original languages in order to be certain of God’s intent, meaning and opinion, rather than man’s view that, more often than not, greatly differs with God. There absolutely are no circumstances in which God or His Words would ever change: that includes definitions and uses of specific, topical words. We have even heard Sunday say that definitions are different today than yesterday, in a manner implying that what matters is how the words are defined today.
——Wisdom: to use the modern to define the ancient will not always work toward God’s opinion and use; but it certainly makes it easy for Sunday to twist God’s Truth to fit what people “want to hear:” those smooth words allowing them to continue in sin as do the filthy of the world. Christ’s remnants are “in the world but not of it;” thus according to our Lord, we have an understanding of all things.
—— A prime, critical example of twisting to suit Satan’s goals was a point-in-fact delivered in a recent Extra Oil about God’s Sabbath: Sunday suddenly teaching it twisted today in order to justify uniting Saturday and Sunday, good with evil, God with Satan—  “Sabbath means rest only; so we are to gather for worship on Sunday. Even the Apostles met on Sunday.”
—— RDK research found in every case, except two, the Biblical use of “sabbath” meant far more than just “rest:” the two exceptions were how the holy Sabbath relates to the planet itself and the sick. Otherwise, “sabbath” includes all of the things God said were to be done on His seventh day: note “all,” for the word itself certainly does not limit this holy day exclusively for resting our flesh bodies.
—— As for the Apostles, they did NOT meet on Sunday for worship; they met to conduct church business, collect tithes– both of which were never done on Sabbath day– and to share a meal while socializing with one another; especially when one of the traveling Apostles happened to be in town. They always worshiped and taught, visited and healed, fed and clothed and housed the poor, and spent time with their families on God’s Sabbath: as God commanded and Jesus did, so must we.
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Following Foolish Folly: Sabbath Topic, God’s meaningful use of the word fools
First, we provide definitions by ancient Hebrew-Chaldee (H/C) 16-words and Greek (G) 8-words – each word used to provide God’s intents, and modern English (E) — in some cases, the new does work with the old

—— Fool/Foolish/Foolishly:
—— H/C. – stupid or silly; derivative– fool (-ish), to be fat, i.e. (figuratively, such as fat in riches, ignorance or stupidity) silly: be foolish, perverse, folly, foolishly (-ness), hence (morally) impious, brutish (wild, violent), make a show, boast (of self), clamorous (-ly; noisy, loud & confused), rave, mad (against), rage, slack (careless, slow moving, lazy), wicked (especially impious), play the fool, make a fool, turn into a fool, sot, sottish, unsavoury, untempered, to smear, slimy, (by implication) sensual, unwise
—— G. – unintelligent, (by implication) wicked, without understanding, frothing or foaming (at the mouth while raging), mindless (i.e. stupid), (by implication) ignorant, (specifically) egotistic, rash or (morally) unbelieving, to become insipid, to make as a simpleton, make foolish, lose savour (righteous salt), foolish talking, buffoonery, silly talk, dull (as if shut up), i.e. heedless, (immoral) blockhead, absurd, (does or does not) consider – perceive – think – or understand; to misthink, i.e. be insane (silly): – as a fool, contrary to (God, Christ), absurdity; nobody’s fool: shrewd and capable
—— E. – [a pair of bellows, windbag (talks a lot but with no value], 1. a person with little or no judgment, no common sense, no wisdom, etc.; silly person; simpleton; 2. entertain by acting as a clown; 3. a victim of jokes or tricks; dupe; to act like a fool, be silly; to make a fool of; trick, deceive, dupe. Do foolish, useless things, trifle; waste like a fool, squander; meddle with; play the fool; foolish behaviour or action; to make bold; foolishly daring; thoughtlessly bold; rash; without good sense or wisdom; imprudent; unwise; ridiculous; absurd; worthless; nonsense
—— H/C. Fool/foolish inspired man: prophecy, that prophesy, prophet: Prov. 30:21-22 – “For three things the earth is disquieted (shaken, as an earthquake), and for four which it cannot bear: 1. for a servant when he reigneth; and 2. (an inspired man, a prophet) a fool when he is filled with food. (the first 2 of 3; the four begin with verse 24)

—— Related Words: from above– silly, folly, impious, imprudent, insipid, sot/sottish: modern English only, corresponds well with Hebrew/Chaldee and Greek —
—— Silly: (in a mental or moral sense) be (causative, make) roomy; simple or (in a sinister way) delude: allure, deceive, (enhance or) enlarge (upon, i.e. enhance truth with lies to deceive a person or people), entice, flatter (insincerely), persuade, silly (one)
—— Folly: a lack of understanding, sense or rational conduct; a being foolish; any foolish action or belief; any foolish and fruitless but expensive undertaking; a crime
—— Ignorant/Ignorance: lack of knowledge, education, etc., unawareness (of), lack of experience; caused by or showing lack of knowledge, education or experience; uninformed (in) or unaware (of); lack of knowledge in general or of a specific subject; failure to conform to some standard of knowledge; lack of formal or systematic education as acquired in schools
—— Impious: not pious; specifically: a) lacking reverence for God; b) [Rare] disrespectful toward persons or things to which one should be devoted
—— Imprudent: without thought of the consequences; imprudent action or behavior; lacking in judgment or caution; rash; indiscreet; unwise
—— Insipid: without flavor, tasteless; not exciting or interesting; dull; lifeless; applies to that which once had, but has since lost freshness, sharpness, tang, zest, etc.; trite or hackneyed as to seem highly flat, uninteresting, dull, lifeless
—— Sot/Sottish: stupid, habitual drunkard. Stupid or foolish from or as from too much drinking
—— Stupid/Stupidity: lacks normal intelligence or understanding; slow-witted; foolish; irrational; boring; tiresome; stupid implies lack of intelligence or incapacity for perceiving, learning, etc. as might be shown by one in a mental stupor; dull, dense, slow, retarded; stupidity– the quality or condition of being stupid; something stupid; foolish remark, irrational act, etc.
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Topic: Paraphrased Summary–’Fools’ Verses – references follow text below
—— God’s Word has taught that we should call no man or woman a fool; with few exceptions, only God has that right based on His judgment. Scriptures below provide a few reasons why we should not yet, on the other hand, why the remnant may call themselves a fool, while God’s anointed prophets may do the same and call others a fool or foolish when warranted by what a person has done or said. After all, it is the prophets’ job to not only interpret and teach God’s prophecies but also to warn those in sin.
—— Some acts of calling someone a fool or foolish end up making the speaker a liar; such as when Laban accused Jacob of being both a thief and, as such, a fool for having stolen his images (icons) and fleeing. Laban then checked every tent, including the tent of Jacob’s wife Rachael; Laban’s daughter Rachel had taken the icons then hid them in the seat upon which she sat when he entered. To prevent Laban from checking her chair, she lied about being in the way of a woman  (menstrual). Jacob did not know she had the icons thus chastised Laban for falsely accusing him when Laban could find no proof  he had stolen anything of Laban’s. Not only was Laban a fool, but for the sin of lying, so was Rachael a fool.
—— In the case of Miriam and Aaron, who spoke against Moses because he married an Ethiopian, Miriam alone suffered God’s greater punishment; likely because women tend to be the gender that often gossips, sometimes malicious and other times outright lies. God healed Miriam of the leprosy He put upon her only after Aaron suffered the humiliation of having repeated the gossip and admitting their sin to Moses– instead of God– saying of themselves that they had done foolishly. Here a sinner called himself and Miriam and their sin foolish, which admission is a good thing before God; the sin was to speak ill of or lie about another person.
——God called the Jews a foolish people when they got deep into idolatry and possessed pagan idols and icons. As far as God was concerned, that was to put “strange gods” before, in front of, God’s face and follow their directives instead of God’s and/or mix their ways with His; like thumbing their nose at God, a mockery of their Creator who had set them free: a violation of His third and fourth Precepts.
—— We find, however, Samuel called king Saul foolish for not having followed the Lord’s command. Samuel was God’s anointed from birth to eventually become Israel’s anointed king, therefore Samuel had right to chastise the very king he had appointed then anointed to replace his rule over Israel; much like a parent can call their child foolish when they do or say things they should not do or say before God. Others we know are anointed would be God’s prophets in each age: these also may chastise and call a fool those who defy and/or deny God and/or Christ or God’s Law or for any of the reasons found in the scriptures listed below.

—— When Saul wanted David to return home, Saul called himself a fool for having been the cause of David leaving; calling David son because he was married to Saul’s daughter. We should heed God’s advice to parents, “Anger not thy child.” By this He meant do not anger by unfairness or false complaints or charges or unjust punishments.
—— We also should not anger our grown children by the same reasons or for attempting to tell them what to do and how to do it: once grown, our status becomes that of an advisor but only if asked. It is not a parent’s right to even check to learn if their child followed the advice: it should be given as a gift with no expectations. David had a wife, then took two more wives after marrying Saul’s daughter: that was not Saul’s issue.
— There is death also to consider: king David asked if Abner had died as a fool dies, likely meaning either having done something risky or criminal and against God. While Abner had killed Joab’s brother during a war, it was justified, but later was killed by Joab; whom king David did not justify. Instead, he instructed the people and Joab to mourn Abner whom he called a great man. The Bible later advises that to die in Christ is everlasting life; the other side of that coin being to die a fool is eternal death.
—— Jesus told us that to say to another, “You fool,” has put his- or her- self in danger of hell fire; which is beyond the danger of judgment or being taken before the council, something like a court of law with twelve jurors rendering judgment. Think of it like the board game Monopoly®: the loser passes go, does not collect $100 and goes straight to jail. In this case, the person skips judgment and sentencing to go straight to the first and second deaths simultaneously. “Hell fire” refers to the “pit of fire and brimstone,” the permanent grave from which one will never rise to live again, even for a brief period of time. Yes, a common grave that follows Revelation’s second resurrection.
—— We are shown Miriam and Aaron. While they did not call Moses a fool to his face, they were punished but not healed until they took the proper steps of repentance. The act was the same as saying to Moses’ face, “You fool.” They were healed, or saved from “hell fire,” because they humbled themselves: went to Moses and admitted their folly.
—— We may understand by this why Jesus said “in danger of,” which means “hell fire” can be avoided, if the proper atonement steps are taken in the proper order: admit the sin to its victim, ask for his or her forgiveness, then ask the Lord for His forgiveness. Christ confirmed hell fire when He said, “He who hears me but does not heed is a foolish man who will fall, and great his fall will be.”
—— The final step to avoiding hell fire is to “go and sin no more;” do not again call anyone a fool or the equivalent thereof indicated in the definitions of ‘fool’ or fail to heed Christ’s words; else the speaker might be the bigger fool facing God and in danger of hell fire. The exception is a person truly an anointed prophet of God. You will know them by God and Christ’s testimony they preach and prophecy they interpret and teach, plus God’s Law they live and teach others to do the same. There is no other way to identify God’s prophets, for they are not likely to say or write, “I am a prophet of God.” We recognize them by the Truth they live and teach: it is in perfect harmony with God’s Word. If you are compelled to ask him or her if a prophet, then he or she might be a prophet of God.
—— We have covered very little of the scripture bibliography below: God wants each reader to look up all of them that each might gain even more insight and understanding about saying of or calling someone a fool or foolish. Do not misunderstand, however. It is nothing to call an act or thing or place foolish but never a person: i.e. going out at night in this part of town is foolish; OR jumping off a cliff is foolishness, even if there is water at the bottom; OR deliberately drinking poison is about as foolhardy as it gets.
—— Notice in those examples two things are missing: 1. The word “you,” the proverbial smoking gun– the pointing finger; and, 2. A person’s name. Make it about the act, not a person; the location, not a person; the thing, not a person. Basically, God is saying “do not point fingers, and never use that smoking gun again.” Besides, point your finger at another and there will be three pointing back at you: i.e. call a fool, be a bigger fool.
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Scripture References: Fool, foolish, foolishly, foolishness, fool’s, fools

Genesis 31:28; Numbers 12:11;

Deuteronomy 32:6,21;
I Samuel 13:13; 26:21; II Samuel 3:33; 13:13; 15:31; 24:10;
I Chronicles 21:8; II Chronicles 16:9;
Job 1:22; 5:2-3; 12:17; 30:8;
Psalm 5:5; 14:1,17; 30:22; 38:5; 39:8; 53:1; 69:5; 73:3,22; 74:18,22; 75:4; 92:6; 94:8; 107:17;
Proverbs 1:7,22,32; 3:35; 7:22; 8:5; 9:6,13; 10:1,8,14,18,21, 23; 11:29; 12:15-16,23; 13:16,19-20; 14:1,3,7-9,16,24,33; 15:2,5,7,14,20,25; 16:22; 17:7,10,12,16,21,24,28; 18:2,6-7; 19:1,3,10,13,29; 20:3; 22:15; 23:9; 24:7,9; 26:1,3-6,7-8,9-12; 27:3,22; 28:26; 29:9,22,20; 30:22;
Ecclesiastes 2:14-16,19; 4:5,13; 5:1,3-4; 6:8; 7:4,5-6,9,17,25; 9:17; 10:2-3,12,13-15;
Isaiah 44:25; 19:11; 35:8;
Jeremiah 4:22; 5:4,21; 10:8; 17:11;
Lamentations 2:14;
Ezekiel 13:3; Hosea 9:7;
Zechariah 11:15;
Matthew 5:22; 7:26; 23:17,19; 25:2-3,8;
Mark 7:22;
Luke 11:40; 12:20; 24:25;
Romans 1:21-22; 2:20; 10:19
I Corinthians 1:18,20-21,23,25,27; 2:14; 3:18-19; 4:10; 15:36; II Corinthians 11:16-17,19,21,23; 12:6,11;
Galatians 3:1,3; Ephesians 5:4,15;
I Timothy 6:9; II Timothy 2:23;
Titus 3:3,9; I Peter 2:15
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Closing Words: We should be a fool; a fool for God and Christ only; a fool to keep proclaiming His Word, a fool spreading prophecy: either one or all is to be a fool only in the eyes of unbelievers, the wicked and filthy. Those gifted with prophecy should be the fool whose visions shake the world; no matter how crazy the Prophet’s words might seem to the wicked. We should never want to be the fool who is oblivious to God’s Word, His Law, and His prophecies; only believing what man teaches without studying on our own with the Spirit or, at the least knowing our teacher is truly anointed. Never be without His wisdom and knowledge, or considered stupid for not learning and living His Law to the letter, not missing the dot over each i and the cross of every T.
—— “Our God is bigger, Our God is able!” HE IS. Remember God’s promises– never forget–keep the faith in God’s assurances and obey Him from a heart of love. We are Satan’s prey, always have been; so do not fall into fear or deceit thus lose God’s Seal, thereby changing your Seal of Victory– blessed to have no part in the second resurrection– to that of Satan’s victim Marked Twice Dead for the second resurrection.
—— Share our Oils with everyone: none of us can instantly identify the wicked or the lukewarm or cold. We must speak to all who will hear yet, by instruction, must walk away from they who argue God’s Word or express no interest after a second warning. Pray unceasing for Rhyli Mason and her family: Our God is able!
——Keep the faith, Brethren, during this our final exam; stand strong, Obey God and Christ; harm no man or beast; and know Christ said of this era, “I come quickly.” If Sunday confronts you before then, spread your arms wide as you say, “Take your best shot then watch Jesus raise me up just as the Father raised Him. Be warned and repent, for my Lord and Savior comes quickly!”

Much love & prayers, Sister BonnieQ
God’s Handmaiden
Seventh Seal Library

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