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Wednesday, October 1, 2008

One Pair Down, Two To Go

It appears now that there will be only two pairs of Witnesses facing off come December 15. James Malm already has a post up on his site admitting he is wrong. No man of sin was revealed yesterday. While he apologizes at the end, he does indulge in a bit of future date speculating in the middle.

At least he showed some humility, unlike Ronald Weinland. And unlike the Insane Liar, he did not spiritualize it or blame it on the rest of us for not being ready. Unlike Ron, has shown some integrity.

Yet somehow I think that we will hear more from Malm in the future.

6 comments:

jack635 said...

Indeed we will. He says now the final False Prophet will be set up on 3 Oct 2009! So like the ILFPRW he has changed his timeline. I have not read enough of his website to see if he has a "church" showering him with tithes.

But he has graciously given us another year to live plague-free.

Anonymous said...

I think most people who read Weinland's silly books knew he was either insane, or a liar (or both) when his books first came out.

ANY man who says he knows exactly when Christ will return and how God's plans will play out is either insane or a liar!

Mizpeh said...

Anonymous said...
>ANY man who says he knows exactly when Christ will return and how God's plans will play out is either insane or a liar!<

God’s Word shows that the Day of the Lord (not the Day of His Wrath) would come as a “thief in the night,” suddenly and unexpectedly (I Thess. 5:2; II Peter 3:10; Matt. 25:13). However, there will be NOTHING “unexpected,” “secret,” “sudden,” or as a “thief in the night” about Christ’s VISIBLE return with His Saints (Jude 14). The whole WORLD will SEE Him return (Rev. 1:7), and will know in advance the exact time of His return by the proclamation of the Two Witnesses. 1260 days will be the appointed time of their ministry, and then they will be killed. Their bodies will lie in the streets of Jerusalem for an additional 3 ½ days, then they will be resurrected as the Last Trumpet blows (Rev 11:3-15).

The important question that should be addressed is “has Christ (the bridegroom, in the parable of the Ten Virgins) ALREADY come (secretly to His temple to DISCERN, not appear), and perhaps we did not know it!?

Mike (EkimKS) said...

If you buy into the whole Revelation nonsense, then the important question is: Which pair of Witnesses do you believe?

Mizpeh said...

Mike (EkimKS) said...
>If you buy into the whole Revelation nonsense<

As the book is the revelation of Christ, which God the Father gave to him – “ to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass” (Rev1:1), surely it can hardly be dismissed as nonsense, don’t you think?? What other books can we throw out – James, perhaps or Daniel?

> then the important question is: Which pair of Witnesses do you believe?<

Well, the scriptures imply that they may well be supported by two church groups. Rev 11:4 – “These are the two olive trees, and the two candlesticks standing before the God of the earth”. Rev 1:20 says:candlesticks are churches “…the seven candlesticks which thou sawest are the seven churches.” So, presumably at some point two “churches” will work together to support the two “anointed ones” (Zech 4:11-14).

So, as the time approaches, it will no doubt become evident and backed up with God’s power so all true called out ones will know and have opportunity to “trim their lamps” in readiness to meet Christ. Of course, the Two Witnesses will be preaching TRUTH.

Mike (EkimKS) said...

Well, the scriptures imply that they may well be supported by two church groups. Rev 11:4 – “These are the two olive trees, and the two candlesticks standing before the God of the earth”.

The very fact that you use the word "imply" demonstrates what nonsense Revelation is. How many different interpretations are there? About as many as those who've read it.

Mizpeh, this blog is about False Prophet Ronald Weinland. While I've been tolerant of some brief comments with different views, I'm not going to turn this blog over as a platform to promote alternative prophetic views. While I've mentioned a couple of other false prophets with different prophecies based around the same 1335 day period as Weinland's second timeline, that was hardly promoting them. It was simply a point of interest.

You're crossing the threshold into preaching which I won't permit here. You have your own set of false religious notions and I won't try to dissuade you from them. And I won't allow you to use my blog to attempt to persuade me or others of them. You have your own blog, you're perfectly welcome to promote your religious ideas there.