Thursday, October 31, 2013

Ron Weinland: Jesus Will Return Pentecost 2014, If Not Then, the Next Year, Then the Next Year, Then the Next Year, and So On....



Convicted felon and splinter cult leader, Ron Weinland displays his circular thinking regarding his failed prophecies.  It is the same method Armstrong used and of which Pack and Meredith still use.  If it does not happen this year, it will happen next year, if not then, then the following year, then the following year, then the following year, then the following year.....

As people in God’s Church are struggling right along with the rest of the world under growing economic strains, we all need to plan ahead as wisely as possible in all facets of our life. God has revealed that our spiritual focus is from Pentecost to Pentecost. Although we deeply yearn for Christ’s coming this Pentecost of 2014, he may not return on this date. If he does not return on this Pentecost, we will begin looking to the following Pentecost for his possible return, and so on.



7 comments:

Anonymous said...

well, since passover was fulfilled on passover, and pentecost was fulfilled on pentecost, wouldn't it make sense to look toward trumpets for Jesus' return????

Anonymous said...

Just as much as it makes sense to look toward Christmas for Santa Clause's return.

Dennis Diehl said...

Ron Weinland: If Not Then, the Next Year, Then the Next Year, Then the Next Year, and So On....


LOL The story of the "Return" nicely summed up.

Anonymous said...

There's one thing you can count on "returning", and it ain't Jesus.

It's the "returning" of the same old, washed-out, recycled, re-dated, doughy-pantload talk of his returning....and that's something you can count on!

Byker Bob said...

Finally, and by total accident, he's arrived back at the actual Biblical teaching on this, which is that it could happen at any time, no one knowing when.

The problem is that prophets don't become prophets through on the job training or trial and error. There's this little element called revelation from God to that avocation. Weinland, Thiel, and others might just want to check that element out. But, they won't. After all, Elijah didn't live in a walled community near the chariot course, and wear Sennacharib custom tailored robes.

BB

Anonymous said...

Ah, but in the case of things already fulfilled, they usually resort to "god does things in dual stages".

RSK said...

You know, I don't mean to hijack this thread, but I don't recall any Bible verses that recorded ANYONE keeping anything but Passover during the OT period, and that itself seems to be spotty. Hezekiah's Passover records people keeping the seven days of unleavened bread, that's the only other of the "Holy Days" I can find reference to at the moment. Is it possible that the bulk of them were actually invented in exile? Just speculating...