A Short Window

Criminal Acts

  • …who are sent by him to punish those who do wrong and to commend those who do right. (1 Peter 2:13-14)

It is one thing to disagree with a person’s belief, it another thing to press on with criminal acts so as to vilify with liquid lies for the purpose of destroying such a person(s).

  • As it is, we are in danger of being charged with rioting because of today’s events. In that case we would not be able to account for this commotion, since there is no reason for it. (Acts 19:40)

A Short Window

  1. A short window of an opportunity to repent – to make things right.
  2. As a strong suggestion: do not wait for the truth to arrive at your doorstep.
  3. It would be best for you to come with a plan for making it right.
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Short Window To Make Right

Statement, February 18, 2016
Request for Quiet

The site, www.hardtruth.us concerns WinePress Publishing, Salt Shaker Christian Bookstore, Sound Doctrine Church and Timothy Williams has been quieted.

Minor updates and links may follow, but I shut hardtruth.us down several weeks ago to provide time. Time in the hope some would act on behalf of the truth.

My hope is that www.hardtruth.us may remain in such a state with no in-depth analysis being forced upon the public until authorities have had time to regroup and prosecute.  Providing space and time for the Justice System to catch up with the truth.

At a later time I hope only to commend those within the legal system for their professionalism – I shall watch, wait and see what evidence provides.

Past Year or So

The last several years far too many individuals and agencies have been wounded or destroyed by the immoral and illegal activities of a few. Some willingly gave themselves over to the marketing of wrongs, while others were caught up in the heat of the moment and my hope is that a few will learn from their failures. The many levels of destruction have been unrelenting all because authorities failed to act early on – hopefully that aspect has now come to an end. The rebuking unto clarity has been performed, now is the time to rebuild a better wall of justice.

Now, if possible, it is the time to let cooler heads prevail, thereby allowing for rebuilding.

Check back often as there may be updates from time to time, however, an attempt to remain silent as possible out of respect for King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg’s Office is today’s call to action. Prosecutor Satterberg’s authority is God ordained and it is my prayer he may reflect that honor. It is that prayer I labor most earnestly to see fulfilled.

God Ordained

God ordained that judges, prosecutors and law enforcement be created to protect the innocent and sentence only the guilty. Please respect that authority and provide a quiet environment for such officials to perform their duties. It is no easy task to protect the innocent and punish the guilty.

Such an endeavor should be approached with holiness, seriousness and above all an examination of hard cold facts. Any punishment that is meted out by the United States legal system I pray arrives as close to justice as is possible in this world.

Ultimate justice is for another day, but the hard work of punishment and restitution should be allowed to have its way. I intend to work very hard at this matter called justice. If you have any information of such activities contact information is below.

Sub-Note

As a sub-note; one always has the freedom to disagree with me but never the permission to frame-up an accusation against an opponent. Crossing such lines is always immoral and in many cases leds to the breaking of just laws. In short, all should be careful of their words and actions.

As God made clear: submit yourselves for the Lord’s sake to every authority instituted among men: whether to the king, as the supreme authority, or to governors, who are sent by him to punish those who do wrong and to commend those who do right. (1 Peter 2:13-14)

Pray that the wrongdoer(s) will be unmasked while those who have maintained righteousness are commended.

A very small servant of the King of kings,

Timothy Williams