Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Apostle Malm's Loving and Merciful 'god' Ready to Dish Out "Great Correction"




Last Saturday, when you stopped by Krispy Creme on your way to church, you committed a grievous sin that will earn you justified "great correction" from apostle Malm's "god."  Apostle Malm and his acolytes are going to be in for a shock when he arrives at that wedding feast and sees millions of grievous sinners who made it there in spite of his rantings.
God is not a respecter of persons and he will treat those lukewarm and lax for his commandments today, as he did in those days:  with a great correction.  Yet he is a merciful God who deeply loves his people and he will quickly come when they have repented.

Our Husband is jealous because of all our adulteries with our idols and traditions and will correct his wayward people, yet when they repent and turn  to him he will come and gather up his bride into his arms taking her to the Wedding Feat in heaven Rev 9 and then return with them to bring peace to the whole earth.

9 comments:

Douglas Becker said...

Wedding Feat

Should be "Wedding Fete"... I think; or maybe "Wedding Feet" and the Bride of Christ is going barefoot. Honestly.

And this reminds me of the joke: "There's no such thing a blushing bride: It's the flush of victory". If you don't believe that, watch Bridezillas.

So we are to believe that the Groom is going to issue beatings before he's married to his bride.

In the immortal words of the Sheriff of Eureka, "This can't be good!".

Anonymous said...

My guess is that Malm's latest blabbering is a result of him being touched in the head, and also him missing the pot lucks his local WCG congregation had.

Norm

Anonymous said...

The think I love about James Malm is regarding how the bible I used to read said in several places not to judge anyone concerning their salvation, and that if you do, god will judge you by the same measure that you have judged (and condemned) others.

It would be different if god came down and spoke to him and gave him his judgement and said, "say these things to these people," like supposedly happened with the prophets of old. In that case it would be god's judgment and condemnation, not Malm's. But I'll bet you dollars to doughnuts that never happened (any of it, actually).

The only thing Malm ever does is judge and condemn people regarding their salvation, in direct disobedience to the bible he claims to follow every jot and tittle of, I might add. This is his whole mission. Just another case of selective theology tailor-made to suit yet another narcissistic personality disorder.

Assistant Deacon said...

Malm needs Edward G. Robinson to come back to life, so he can more fully act out the fantasy script he has clanking around in that skull of his.

Anonymous said...

The only thing Malm ever does is judge and condemn people regarding their salvation, in direct disobedience to the bible he claims to follow every jot and tittle of, I might add. This is his whole mission. Just another case of selective theology tailor-made to suit yet another narcissistic personality disorder.

Malm's basic unspoken premise seems to be, "I'm so busy busting my ass trying to obey God, that my life has been drained of all joy. Yet even I am not quite obeying God perfectly, so if there is ANY joy in YOUR life, I can be CERTAIN that YOU are a God-rejecting rebel."

Anonymous said...

Would it not be a hoot if we found out Malm was writing from a Psych Ward somewhere . I want to see a picture of him.

M.T. Meds

Byker Bob said...

He continues to be exactly the kind of person who attempted to sabotage St. Paul's ministry in Galatia.

When will Malm get a clue?

BB

Steve Kisack said...

Anonymous said...
Would it not be a hoot if we found out Malm was writing from a Psych Ward somewhere . I want to see a picture of him.

MY COMMENT: Wasn't there a picture of him some time ago on Gavin's old Ambassador Watch site?

Anonymous said...

I like that picture contained within the original post. It reminds me of the following poem:

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THE BEST POEM IN THE WORLD (modified)

James Malm and his acolytes were shocked, confused, bewildered
as they entered Kingdom’s door,
Not by the beauty of it all,
Nor the lights or its decor.

But it was the folks in the kingdom
who made them sputter and gasp--
the thieves, the LIARS, the SINNERS,
the alcoholics, the trash!

There stood the kid from seventh grade
Who swiped my lunch money twice.
Next to him was my old neighbor
Who never said anything nice.

Bob Thiel, who I always thought
was rotting away in hell,
was sitting pretty with a smile,
Looking incredibly well.

James Malm nudged Jesus, “What’s the deal?
I would love to hear Your take.
How’d all these SINNERS get here?
God must’ve made a mistake!
And why’s everyone so quiet,
so somber? Give me a clue.”

“Hush, child,” said He, “they’re all in shock!
No one thought they’d be seeing you.”

Judge NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
******

John