Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Apostle Malm: His "god" Thinks You Are Such Blithering Imbeciles That It Has To Keep Testing You Over and Over and Over



According to apostle Malm God is deliberately testing you over and over. The god that Malm follows sure is a masochistic god.  It seems to take great pleasure in torturing its small remnant.


The Father and Christ have TESTED and TESTED their called out in every generation to judge their loyalty and fitness to become a part of the chosen bride.

Brethren, the apostles did NOT FAIL their TEST!  Although doubtless many others did fail.  It was this situation, in which much of the first century apostasy began to creep into the fellowship, frustrating Paul and the other apostles and leaders.

It was about this ti9me that the Book of Revelation was written and the apostles and leaders began to canonize the New Testament scriptures at Pella.

Brethren, we are now at the end of the age and the tribulation is fast approaching, yet we are still being TESTED as to our LOYSLTY to Christ, as opposed to loyalty to false traditions and the idolizing of men and organizations.

God’s called out will be TSTED many times and in many ways to determine if their loyalty and faithfulness to Christ is absolute, uncompromising and unchanging!

Remember the kind of bride that Christ wants, and always seek him with all your hearts in passionate love for all that he is and does!  Run to him like a deer runs upon the mountains; cleave to him with your whole heart, allowing NO willful compromise or sin to defile us; allowing  NOTHING to separate us from our Beloved!!!

Who in the hell would want to run to Malm's god and cleave to it with your whole heart?  Malm's god is constantly pissed at something.  No one is ever good enough.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

"God’s called out will be TESTED many times and in many ways to determine if their loyalty and faithfulness to Christ is absolute, uncompromising and unchanging!"

What chapter and verse? Old testament or new testament? Or maybe he has his own Bible? Or this self-appointed, self-ordained false apostle worships an imbecile God that he has to TEST his people many times. College professors, high school and elementary teachers have better IQ than his god because they give only one exam to cover the lessons discussed during the period.

This statement of this self-appointed self-ordained false prophet is just a mechanism to bring those gullible enough to submit to him. Only those lacking in logical reasoning and mental wrecks like him would believe that we have a God who would test again and again our loyalty to Him.

Besides how would he know God is testing us? Unless he pries on the private lives of his members. Salvation, trials, relationships, worship, etc. - these are private matters between the individual person and God. Individual tests of God to His people are none of his business, but definitely once we prove ourselves to God, there is no point to repeat the testing. We would be tested on another issue not on the same issue. Maybe his god is such imbecile.

Anonymous said...

Persunully I thnk the man has troble with speling at least with CAP LCK on.

Head Usher said...

This is the old WCG superstition.

Everyone in the church is "surrounded by angels" at all times. Everything that happens in your life is the direct result of a supernatural cause. If something good happens, then god is "blessing" you, which means you passed some test and now you get a Scooby Snack. If something bad happens, this is known as a "trial" and it means that either god is testing you for no reason (just because he can), or it could mean that god is punishing you because you failed one of his tests, or it could mean that satan is attacking you. Even though Solomon wrote that time and chance happens to all men, what Solomon meant was all men EXCEPT for COG members. Of course, that's going to be obvious to anyone whose mind has been opened to "the truth" by the indwelling of the holy spirit.

Stupid people: they believe everything you tell 'em.

Douglas Becker said...

God keeps testing the Armstrongist leaders over and over and over to see if they are false prophets and heretics.

Yep!

Leonardo said...

Let's hope for Malm's sake that such divine testing does NOT include proper spelling. Has this guy ever heard of the spell-check feature on computers? He wants to be recognized as some great spiritual guru, and yet routinely writes like someone who hasn't even graduated from primary school.

And it seems Malm's all-knowing god is a terribly insecure being, having to test his creatures over and over and over again. Do folks like Malm ever stop to consider the philosophical implications of their shoot-from-hip assertions. I guess not.

Anonymous said...

Two of the Apostles were indeed total failures. Judas Iscariot betrayed Christ, and he was a theif from the beginning, and finally a murderer (hanged himself). Peter denied knowing Christ, before little girls, women, and old men. Peter was a murderous little bastard as well, he killed a young married couple. He also couldn't follow simple instructions, he followed a false apostle (Paul), after Christ had repeatedly told him not to go into Gentile nations. If those two idiots passed the TEST of Apostleship, then we can all be in the final Twelve.

Malm is assuming: once appointed an apostle on Earth, always an Apostle.

Joe Moeller said...

(Screeching TONE ALERT)

THIS IS A TEST

For the next 60 seconds this BLOG will conduct a test of the Emergency Blogcast System. This is only a test.

(DEAD AIR)...

(TWO MORE ALERT TONES)...

“This has been a test of the Emergency Blogcast System. If this had been an actual Church of God gossip emergency, you would have been instructed where to internet surf for emergency COG gossip information.

This blog in voluntarily cooperation with other COG blogs across the country have created this alert system across the internet. This concludes this test of the Emergency Blogcast System”.

Luv,
Joe Moeller
Cody, WY

Anonymous said...

Surrounded by angels? Why did I bury so many children as a pastor? Angels in the Bahamas at those times I guess.

Anonymous said...

Surrounded by angels? Why did I bury so many children as a pastor? Angels in the Bahamas at those times I guess.

Anonymous said...

"Surrounded by angels? Why did I bury so many children as a pastor?"

When someone lives after being prayed for, it's all about "miracles", "God's intervention", etc.

But when they die after being prayed for, it's all about a whole slew of other reasonings, all intended to explain away an otherwise simple and obvious happening.

Anonymous said...

"But when they die after being prayed for, it's all about a whole slew of other reasonings, all intended to explain away an otherwise simple and obvious happening."

When you pray for someone and then they die, it's obvious that they were not healed. They're dead now. But COG ministers take this simple and obvious happening and complicate it to their benefit by claiming that this is healing too, because they'll be resurrected (yeah, right) and then that thing that was killing them won't be any more. Success is success and failure is also success. I would gamble at that table every day if I could. No matter what the outcome, you can't lose!

Anonymous said...

Constant testing is part of the human condition. It's something which life circumstances present to believer and non-believer alike.
What I've found to be true is that neither belief nor non-belief will exempt one from this, however, belief often functions as an excellent coping skill. Believers will often report that at one point or another, they felt the hand of God assisting them through the difficulty. How did David put it? "Yea, though I walk through the shadow of the valley of death......."

Bottom line: We've all got to occasionally take a walk through that lonesome, dangerous valley.

NO2RCM said...

Joe said: "(Screeching TONE ALERT)
THIS IS A TEST For the next 60 seconds this BLOG will conduct a test of the Emergency Blogcast System. This is only a test. (DEAD AIR)... (TWO MORE ALERT TONES)..."


That was a close one, Joe! I just about ran to the airport to catch the 747 to Petra! Good thing I realized it was just a test. Trust me, though, when Rod Meredith gives the word, I'm ready!

Anonymous said...

Still no job?

Velvet said...

"Everyone in the church is "surrounded by angels" at all times. Everything that happens in your life is the direct result of a supernatural cause. If something good happens, then god is "blessing" you, which means you passed some test and now you get a Scooby Snack. If something bad happens, this is known as a "trial" and it means that either god is testing you for no reason (just because he can), or it could mean that god is punishing you because you failed one of his tests, or it could mean that satan is attacking you."

Yes, I remember this being taught as well. I'm not 100% sure where I stand personally (I lean towards it being correct), but I absolutely remember that this was how it was put across.

Anonymous said...

Oh, goody!

A religion that promises Scooby Snacks and is barking mad.

THAT's the religion I want, LOL!

(PS: I hope the Scooby Snacks aren't 1900+ years old!)