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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Four and Counting, Ten and Counting

During his short sermon last Saturday, False Prophet Ronald Weinland did a drive-by through the Seven Thunders. Speaking about the Fifth Thunder, he said:
I’ll just say what’s happened here has been minimal. Even these in part have happened in an orderly fashion. One, two, three, four, five, six, and seven. Where are we right now? Four. But all of them have had some thunderings. And the only ones that can hear any of that – it’s us, God’s people."

I'm mystified as to how the fifth thunder has sounded since he published his book two years ago. None of the five "notable ministers" have died. "People" magazine is not commenting on the unusually large number of notables who are dying. There's not a disease pandemic.

His book certainly didn't say that the only four of the Thunders would sound before the Great Tribulation. On page 96 of his book he wrote:
All Seven Thunders will increase in power and recognition over the next two years (from the date of the first printing of this book) and on into the final three and one-half years of great tribulation.
And on page 111:
All Seven Thunders are given as God’s proof that I am His end-time prophet.
And on page 115
During the Sixth Seal, all Seven Thunders will be getting progressively louder.

A comment was left on a previous post pointing out something I had missed. On page 107:
To make it absolutely clear, my petition covers more in regard to the scattered ministers. The most notable among them will be those who die toward the beginning. However, every minister who was scattered, who fails to repent early on and return to God (with me, as God’s minister, teaching them) will die during the final three and one-half years of great tribulation.

Before the Great Tribulation rebegan on December 14, none of the "notable" ministers, the five he specifically mentioned, had died. But one of the other scattered ministers had already died. Raymond McNair died on October 11 at the age of 78. McNair was formerly an evangelist in Worldwide and when he died he was in charge of his own Armstrongite splinter, the Church of God 21st Century. So Weinland prophesied that McNair would die during the Great Tribulation, but he died before it began.

A minor point among all of Weinland's other failures and contradictions. "2008 God's Final Witness" was supposedly inspired by God -- why didn't he inspire Larry to fix the language to read something along the lines of " ... will die before the end of the final three and one-half years of tribulation"? Is God the Author of Confusion?

And it's now ten days since False Witness Ronald Weinland placed his curse on me, that I would speedily die. I'm obviously still here. Ron, please clarify. When you say I'll die speedily, does that mean that I'll die soon? Or does it mean that when I die (whenever that is), that it will be a quick death. If it's soon, please be more specific. And if you mean a quick death, then thank you. When it comes my time, I don't want to suffer long.

6 comments:

Juan Rheinland said...

The death wishers, including Dave Pack and someone called Tom Mahon, as well as Ron Weinland need to be careful the Karma Fairy does not pay them a visit.

Anonymous said...

I laugh at the irony: he writes this book to tell everyone what is going to happen, but what he says makes less sense than the scriptures he is trying to interpret! He even gets confused during his sermons. Poor fella. With self proclaimed "prophets" like Ron, who needs them? What he really needs is to redo the "Be Crystal Clear" speech from Spokesman's Club. He can read it here http://www.wcg.org/lit/church/spokes/speeches1.htm

Also, according to the Bible, there is no "Three Strikes and Your Out" rule for prophets. You get only one chance. Anyone who follows him and that truly wants to follow the Bible should take heed.

Anonymous said...

I look forward to hearing what Ronnie has to say this Saturday, since it will be January 3, 2009. Maybe his latest sermons titled "God's Witness Is Ending" is portending the speedily slow removal of him and his wife as chief prophet and prophetess, and the appointment of someone sane to lead that small flock.
I mean, his cocky attitude last year and the first part of 2008 should be enough to put the final nail in his coffin as a minister. His book was just another vain attempt at elevating the man to a god-like status.

Purple Hymnal said...

Raymond McNair wasn't on the deathwatch list at all, was he? Besides which, if Rotten Ron counts that as "proof", that means he has to go back to Timeline One......when he's already heading for Timeline Three.

Mike (Don't Drink the Flavor Aid) said...

Before the Great Tribulation rebegan on December 14, none of the "notable" ministers, the five he specifically mentioned, had died. But one of the other scattered ministers had already died. Raymond McNair died on October 11 at the age of 78.

STEPHANIE said...

MIKE,
TODAY IS THE 10TH, AND I HAVEN'T LOGGED IN TO HIS "SERMON".I AM DOING WHAT YOU SUGGESTED..GOING TO YOUR BLOG AND GETTING THE 'GIST" OF WHAT RW SAID IN HIS BROADCAST.

IS HE REALLY OUT TO GET YOU?