Last Updated on October 21, 2020
Talk about a strong delusion! If Brother Stair really believes that he is “sealed” no matter what he does, he is not loving the truth that he needs to repent because he loves the unrighteousness of his unbridled lust (2Pt 2:15; Rom 6:24, 26, 29-32, 18-19). If the pre-tribulation rapture doctrine were a strong delusion – then thinking you’re sealed without repentance is a stronger delusion.
Brother Stair doesn’t need the brothers on the Farm to watch him to make sure he doesn’t go astray. For unless he’s desiring repentance to where he submits to assistance from the brothers – their watchfulness is useless [as has been the case throughout his ministry].
Without Brother Stair’s submission to the body of Christ, he will just hide his sin (sometimes not so well) for fear of getting caught – as he has done for decades. Brother Stair has “confessed” to walking in sexual sin for 70 years, yet he has tried to hide his sins rather than repent of them – to the point of claiming that he was without sin (until he was caught in 2001).
True repentance will bring a “this has got to stop no matter what I have to do to make it stop” mentality. But alas, sadly we have never seen this true repentance in Brother Stair. Thus we have what we have today – a man waxing worse and worse.
But in a great house there are not only vessels of gold and of silver,
but also of wood and of earth;
and some to honour,
and some to dishonour.
If a man therefore purge himself from these,
he shall be a vessel unto honour,
and meet [fit] for the Master’s use, [if}
and prepared unto every good work [if].
Flee also youthful lusts:
but follow righteousness, faith, charity, peace,
with them that call on the Lord
out of a pure heart.
(2Timothy 2:20-22 KJV)