THIS is to put the record straight and not an effort to argue in the paper ("Pastor acting outside mandate," Herald, January 23).
Where does Quintin Isaacs, an erstwhile church trustee who was not appointed properly, get the power? Also, how can believers follow him so blindly after he promised them money if he became in charge of the church?
Furthermore, you tainted and defamed the character of God's servant, Pastor Robert Twynham, in the newspapers with lies.
Your lies will find you out to the embarrassment of those you deceived.
Firstly, you wanted to overthrow the church – all for money, of course. Also, you wanted to take ownership of the church and manipulate Twynham by unilaterally registering a public benefit organisation, which is against biblical and Christian principles.
Isaacs was so trusted by Twynham that he was a single signatory to the church's bank account and, after he moved large sums of money, he is trying to close his tracks by tainting the pastor. Also, he promised his few followers monetary benefits if they supported him.
Twynham is the head of this church and has the final say on any given matter. Isaacs, you will never be the pastor and nobody has ever succeeded to rule God's people by overthrowing a church. If you live by the sword you will die by the sword. Isaacs, you need to move on.
Ambassador of the Kingdom (name supplied), Port Elizabeth