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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Six More Thunders and a Do-Over

Today's sermon is yet another one that False Prophet Ronald Weinland has recorded in a hotel room by himself. This makes the third sermon in a row with no audience, as he did the same for the Day of Atonement because the recording of his live sermon failed. According to Ron, he is in Auckland, New Zealand. He must still be behind in preparing his sermons for the Feast of Tabernacles to give up this opportunity to meet the brethren.

As one might expect, he talked up the one of his seven thunders that is sounding loudly, which as all who don't live in cave knows to be the global economic problems.

On page 115 of his book "2008 God's Final Witness, the Insane Liar wrote: "During the Sixth Seal, all Seven Thunders will be getting progressively louder. Before the Seventh (and final) Seal is opened, the Seven Thunders will become so pronounced that the validity of everything written about them in the previous chapter should roar loudly in the ears of anyone who is willing to admit the truth.

According to the false prophet's second timeline, the Seventh Seal is to open (for the second time) on November 14. That means that in the next 34 days six more thunders would need to be sounding loudly for the false prophet to be a true prophet -- and also Duet. 18:22 would have to be rewritten to allow do-overs.

Deut. 18:22 says "If what a prophet proclaims in the name of the LORD does not take place or come true, that is a message the LORD has not spoken. That prophet has spoken presumptuously. Do not be afraid of him." Can anyone point out where it says in that verse that if something doesn't happen when you first say it will, then just change the timeline until you get lucky?

5 comments:

jack635 said...

Hi Mike,
Just in case you have not cashed in your 401K and emptied your savings account, when you do so, remember that Ron mentioned Gold and silver coins will also be worthless. So the krugerands and silver dollars should also be given to Ron so he can give them to god. But YOU can't give them to god, only Ron can give it to god.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, we've had a crash. It is sickening. But predictable by economic experts if they were watching. Some were but too silent I guess.

But the economy will rebound as it always has. Question is, when? The poor older people whose retirements are gone and they are too old to work and earn any savings back.

This is NOT the stuff of a prophet! It's the result of greed of men!

:-(

Anonymous said...

Ronald Weinland is a liar and a false prophet. He is both of these things, even by the standards that he set for himself about his own predictions. He has, on numerous occasions, made it clear that if certain things did not occur at certain times (i.e. nuclear attacks against the USA) that it would be certain that he is a false prophet.

NOTHING that he has predicted in his two books have happened in 2008. And 2008 is the year that these books focus on. NOTHING even remotely similar to what he forecast has come to pass. Nothing!

My take on Weinland... he started out as a zealous, though somewhat confused guy. He became full of himself and honestly believe that he is an individual described in the Bible, that being, of course, one of the two "final witnesses" described in the Revelation to John. How many people have you met who say they are literally a person who is mentioned in the Bible!? As time went by, it became crystal clear to almost everyone that Weinland was either a false prophet or a crook. I do not think that Weinland was a crook when he started this who thing. But I think now even he has realised that he is and was totally wrong about EVERYTHING. But he can't bring himself to admit the truth to himself and others. And within this there is great, great dishonesty. Worse than that, this is an affront and an act of dishonesty and indecency against Christ's Church. Some would say he is evil. I would say he is a man who needs to get a grip, get into reality, and start telling the truth.

Why would a prophet be wrong? And this is not just any prophet, but one of the final witnesses mentioned in the last book of the Bible. That means we're talking about one of the most important prophets in history! Why would God get his message to this person mixed up or confused? He simply wouldn't. Weinland knows this deep in his heart and so does everyone else.

jack635 said...

His ship is slowly sinking but he keeps plugging the leaks with the checks that are amazingly still coming in.

Purple Hymnal said...

"Can anyone point out where it says in that verse that if something doesn't happen when you first say it will, then just change the timeline until you get lucky?"

Can't point to anything biblical that says that, but historical: Armstrong managed that. Weinland, however, is no Armstrong. And it shows.