Envoy or Executor/Executrix which Office would you Rather be Known For?

Posted: Tuesday, March 1, 2011 in Born Without Money, What Do I Believe and Why

EN’VOYSHIP, n.
From the 1928 Webster’s Dictionary
“The office of an envoy”

From the 1913 Webster’s Dictionary
“The Office or position of an Envoy”

Even though we are all Ambassadors for Christ/Life (2Corinthians 5:20 “Now then we are ambassadors for Christ… “) and that truth is easily seen and cannot be refuted except in ignorance, it would appear that it is not necessary to act in this capacity because of how blatant this truth is, but when dealing with anything having to do with Commerce the “Office of Envoy,” (NOTICE NOT the Office of Executor – hee-hee) makes for a very powerful tool in giving aid to help in settling a matter for the benefit of all of those involved.

Ephesians 6:19-24

“And for me, that utterance may be given unto me, that I may open my mouth boldly, to make known the mystery of the gospel, for which I am an ambassador in bonds: that therein I may speak boldly, as I ought to speak.  But that ye also may know my affairs, and how I do, Tychicus, a beloved brother and faithful minister (An Envoy perhaps?) in the Lord, shall make known to you all things: (Notice that Tychicus is being sent as an Envoy, “faithful minister,” to speak on behalf of the, “Ambassador in bonds”) Whom I have sent unto you for the same purpose, that ye might know our affairs, and that he might comfort your hearts.  Peace be to the brethren, and love with faith, from God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.  Grace be with all them that love our Lord Jesus Christ in sincerity.”

“I am an ambassador in bonds,” why?  Is it possible that this suggests the bond created and associated with the Birth Certificate/Certificate of Live Birth, and if so, is it possible that perhaps an Envoy is sent to free the bond of the Ambassador, because of the Ambassadors ability to speak and be heard is subverted by the bond while it is still in the place of its original inception?
It is also interesting to note, that as we walk our various paths of faith, that in this walk we have concluded that to interfere and meddle with the Governments duties, for which it was commissioned, is in fact, the trespass that has opened the door for us to be tagged with the fiduciary duties and responsibilities of surety-ship.
2Chronicles 35:21

But he sent ambassadors to him, saying, “What have I to do with thee, thou king of Judah? I come not against thee this day, but against the house (Perhaps the SURNAME, which is NOT our NAME?)  wherewith I have war: for God commanded me to make haste: forbear thee from meddling with God, who is with me, that he destroy thee not.”

Notice that the one who sent ambassadors is at war with the house and not the King.  He is attempting to get the King to see this by not continuing to proceed in the making of that war.  In affected ceasing to make war.  The only problem is if the King associates himself with the house and then becomes the house.  So then, to continue in such a belief or association, that one can only be concluded to be meddling.  The whole problem is the King does not disassociate himself with the house and thus allow God to do what He has determined to do.

From the root word Envoy in Bouvier’s 1856 Law Dictionary

ENVOY, international law.
In diplomatic language, an envoy is a minister of the second rank, on whom his sovereign or government has conferred a degree of dignity and respectability, which, without being on a level with an ambassador, immediately follows, and among ministers, yields the preeminence to him alone.

2. Envoys are either ordinary or extraordinary; by custom the latter is held in greater consideration. Vattel, liv. 4, c. 6, §72.

(Note:  Blacks Law Dictionary, 4th Edition sites the same definition.)

From Websters 1828 Dictionary
EN’VOY
, n. [L. via; Eng. way, contracted from viag, vag, or wag.]

1. A person deputed by a prince or government, to negotiate a treaty, or transact other business, with a foreign prince or government. We usually apply the word to a public minister sent on a special occasion, or for one particular purpose; hence an envoy is distinguished from an ambassador or permanent resident at a foreign court, and is of inferior rank.  But envoys are ordinary and extraordinary, and the word may sometimes be applied to resident ministers.

2. A common messenger. [Not in use.]

3. Formerly, a postscript sent with compositions, to enforce them.

From Websters 1913 Dictionary

  1. One dispatched upon an errand or mission; a messenger; esp., a person deputed by a sovereign or a government to negotiate a treaty, or transact other business, with a foreign sovereign or government; a minister accredited to a foreign government. An envoy’s rank is below that of an ambassador.
  2. An explanatory or commendatory postscript to a poem, essay, or book; — also in the French from, l’envoi.

    The envoy of a ballad is the “sending” of it forth. Skeat.

 

1. A person deputed by a prince or government, to negotiate a treaty, or transact other business, with a foreign prince or government. We usually apply the word to a public minister sent on a special occasion, or for one particular purpose; hence an envoy is distinguished from an ambassador or permanent resident at a foreign court, and is of inferior rank.  But envoys are ordinary and extraordinary, and the word may sometimes be applied to resident ministers.

1. A person deputed by a prince or government, to negotiate a treaty, or transact other business, with a foreign prince or government. We usually apply the word to a public minister sent on a special occasion, or for one particular purpose; hence an envoy is distinguished from an ambassador or permanent resident at a foreign court, and is of inferior rank.  But envoys are ordinary and extraordinary, and the word may sometimes be applied to resident ministers.

2. A common messenger. [Not in use.]

3. Formerly, a postscript sent with compositions, to enforce them.

2. A common messenger. [Not in use.]

3. Formerly, a postscript sent with compositions, to enforce them.

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