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This Blogspot remains as an archive covering the period of April, 2008 through early July, 2009.

Saturday, June 14, 2008

The Insanity Continues

If there was any wiggle room for when Weinland would stop preaching (to allow that possibly the First Trumpet would become "abundantly clear" in the few hours remaining on Pentecost after he preached), the False Prophet used all up of that wiggle room. He gave his sermon as usual. He blathered on for a few minutes about his March 29th promise, something to the effect of not wanting to satisfy his critics and that the First Trumpet was starting, we just couldn't see it yet. Not worth the effort to transcribe.

So much for "powerfully and abundantly clear". Insane Lying False Prophet Ronald Weinland.


purplehymnal said...

What ILFPRW didn't even come up with a rationalization for the 2nd trumpet today?

Weinland is definitely only in it for the money.

Ekimks (Mike) said...

ILFPRW has about 32 more days before his 90 days are up and he has to get around that.

"W" thinks that only about 10% of Weinland's sheeple will leave at that time.

Richard said...

Yeah -- still waiting for those nuclear explosions at U.S. port cities.

But will the Midwestern flooding destroy 1/3 of all U.S. plant life? God can work in mysterious ways, you know.

purplehymnal said...

10% may be an optimistic estimate; if that many leave after the 90 day deadline is up, quite a few elders will leave as well, according to the current numbers of the church (which I would guesstimate at around two hundred and dwindling).

Still, every single person who leaves, is a single point of light against the darkness.

Here's hoping the elders don't get snapped up with promises of Levitical priesthood positions in the other splinters, taking their congregations from the frying pan into the fire.

Richard said...

Would The Wiggles be allowed to perform in Ron Weinland's congregations?

The children's group, I mean.