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Saturday, December 27, 2008

Weinland Changes an Iota

False Prophet Ronald Weinland lamely responded to my post of last Sunday in his sermon today. He started by reading the following paragraph from the last page in his book "2008 God's Final Witness":
When this book is published at the end of summer of 2006, (with distribution in full swing in the fall), there will be a maximum time of two years remaining before the world will be plunged into the worst time of all human history.

Weinland admitted that the book was late -- it wasn't actually published until December of 2006 and at that time as a PDF for download on his the-end.com website. The book failed prophetically before the printing press even rolled. Then the Insane Liar said that we have already been plunged into the worse time of all human history because our economic situation will be the worse. Ron has twisted the meaning of the word "plunged". A synonym for "plunged" is "immersed", and the economic situation in which we are immersed is not worse than the Great Depression, even 3 months later than the prophetic deadline. And the Great Depression, bad as it was, was not as bad for the world as was World War II. Whether or not the situation worsens, and it might do do, the prophecy failed because we are not and in September were not plunged into the worse time of human history -- the most that could be said is that we've dipped our toe.

He continued to the next paragraph from his divinely inspired book:
By the fall of 2008, the United States will have collapsed as a world power, or it will have begun its collapse and no longer exist as an independent nation within six months after that time.

Ron said the US has begun its collapse, economically. He mentioned the Eight-Month difference between his two timelines, and continued to blather about the economy for several minutes. He said he didn't know if that time would hold, or if there would be a delay of Eight Months due to the change of timelines, and said it was written based on his assumption that Jesus would return on Trumpets. Continuing on in the book:

There is a marginal, six-month window of time that God has not yet revealed concerning this specific moment of time.

Then Weinland claimed that he's said many times there could be a six to nine-month period (Wow!!!). Must have been some time back when he said this many times, because what I recall him saying recently is that it could be up to a year before the second trumpet blows. And no telling how long it takes for the third through fifth trumpet to finish us off as an independent nation.

Finally from the book: This will be revealed some time soon after the distribution of this book begins.

Ronald stated that two years can be regarded as "soon" given 6000 years of human history. OK, I see now. If I live to be 110 and then my heart gives out, that can be regarded as dying speedily from the inside as a result of your Witness curse against me. Gotcha, Ron.

Oh, but wait. Ron is still not revealing anything. Reading from a prepared statement, he said that the 8-month timeline difference changed everything. Ron did make the following statement with which I fully agree: "I don't know." That's true, Ron doesn't know. But send him all your money anyway.

In his sermon of June 28th with two names: "50th Truth"/"Trumpets 2008", the False Prophet stated (starting at 4 minutes into the file currently archived on the COG-PKG website):
"It's important to understand, that everything that I've written in the two books will come to pass. All the prophecies are true and will come to pass exactly as they are written. ...... So all that God has revealed in these matters concerning the end time is true and hasn't changed one iota, as far as what is true concerning the prophecies." When he changed to the new timeline, he said that the book is 100% true but he assumed the wrong date. Now that the new timeline is in jeopardy, he's starting to change the book saying he assumed the wrong date.

In any case, "speedily" is longer than 7 days because that's how long it's been since the Insane Witness issued his death curse.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Weinland is just one of scores of folks who preach this type of end-time prophetic message. They all sound quite the same, really. Just change a few lines here and there about what a convert must do to escape and be counted among among the righteous. That usually includes giving lots and lots of money and not questioning the leader. Mind control at its worst.

Alex Donovan said...

Weinland, like most of the followers of HWA are wannabes who seek to sit in the same seat as their mentor. But like Hitler, HWA continues to rule over his worthless insubordinates from the grave, and Weinland will most likely be in his, before any of his prophecies are fulfilled

Dill Weed said...

I smelled Chinese food when I saw that picture!

Happy New Year!


Dill Weed

jack635 said...

Today's sermon sounded more like a seminar on his book, than a "sermon" heard in a church.
Armstrong predicted the end in the thirties, forties, and again in the early seventies. That's fourty years of false predictions.

Someone should let Ronald Weinland know that Herbert W Armstrong is DEAD.

Anonymous said...

I'd love for Weinland to go back on the James Whale to try to explain his "God deceived me and told me to lie to everyone" excuse of why his first timeline didn't pan out.
I'm surprised at how nobody is holding him accountable for his statement that he was not going to do what all the other so-called "prophets" have done- that is change the timeline to later and give excuses. He is doing EXACTLY what he said he wouldn't do. The Bible says "Let your yes be yes and your no be no".
Apparently, he feels that "prophets" are above any commandment not to lie.

Anonymous said...

Maybe he'll be right about the next president not taking office-just not in the way he imagined.

The Supreme Court has issued two conferences on Phil Berg's law suits over the Obama birth certificate.

Anonymous said...

Ron, Ron! Where are you? Why do you hide like this from those who interviewed you earlier in the year? God's prophet would truly have the gonads to face his accusers. He is a namsy-pamsy wimpout! He's a little girly-boy who can't take the heat of those who call him a liar!

Mike (EkimKS) said...

Maybe he'll be right about the next president not taking office-just not in the way he imagined.

You must be referring to this case on the Supreme Court docket, scheduled for conference on Jan 16. And the action taken at the conference is that the court decides whether to hear the case, which happens only if 4 of the justices agree.

And even if Obama is disqualified, (which I doubt) Joe Biden would become president. Weinland's prophecy was that NO president would take office.