Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Gerald Flurry: All Revelation Comes Through Me Because I Am Of The House Of David!





I find it interesting that Gerald Flurry's life is so incredibly boring that he has to continually use Herbert Armstrong to prop himself up in the eyes of his gullible members. Without HWA being used in some way shape or form next to his name, Flurry is a meaningless little man.  The only thing noteworthy that he can truly own is his humiliating public arrest for drunkenness.

In spite of all that, God is only using Flurry in this modern age to get his message across.  God apparently could not find anyone brighter than Flurry. Talk about a weak impotent god!

Everything Flurry does is an imitation of Herbert Armstrong.
I had a similar experience to what Mr. Armstrong had in tracing my genealogy back to King David. My aunt gave me what she and others had done to compile our family genealogy. It cost me $50 just to copy the typed material. There was one significant difference between my genealogy and Mr. Armstrong’s. My genealogy was traced back to the royal family of Ireland. The genealogy of the royal family of Ireland is one single dynasty, which also carries “every generation back to King David.”

So I can say what Mr. Armstrong said, “Therefore God has preserved my ancestry every generation from David, and I am of the house of David!”

All of God’s new revelation for His end-time Church has come through Mr. Armstrong and me. God’s Work has been done through supporters of that revelation.

The world shivers and quakes at the magnificence Gerald Flurry tries to present!  NOT!

16 comments:

Black Ops Mikey said...

Irish?

That would explain the boozing.

Anonymous said...

the grammar police say, "Without HWA begin used" ...
"begin" should be "being"

the grammar police will issue you a warning because they are out of LOF tickets, lol!

Connie Schmidt said...

I traced my geneology and it said that I am of the "Line of Ralph" , and dually also of the "Line of Fred".

But ultimately, I am of the line of Adam, whose father was God, and so are all of us. We are created in the image of God and he is our father. Any other claims are carnal, vain and of insignificance.

RSK said...

So if I follow this correctly - if you can trace your genealogy in any way to the single dynasty mentioned of Ireland rulers, you can then, via BI, take the jump to claim you are of "the house of David".

Does Flurry realize how many living people on earth would qualify for that as a result? Must be thousands.

Retired Prof said...

Good, Connie.

I wish people who mention their own genealogy would stress the mundane aspects of it the way you do by mentioning Ralph and Fred. All of us have milkmaids and plowmen in our ancestry, and such progenitors are much more numerous than the scattering of royals we also have if we trace far enough back.

I also wish genealogy buffs would use their study to reveal that all people belong to the human family, as you do. In view of the bonds of kinship shared by people of all families, clans, tribes, social classes, political affiliations, religions, and continents, anyone claiming "my lineage makes me better than anyone else" seems petty and mean.

Black Ops Mikey said...

According to the Armstrongist fantasy tradition, the Irish are of the tribe of Dan. It is not mentioned as one of the 12 tribes of Israel in Revelation. It would seem that Dan is "one off" and doesn't really have access to "salvation" the same as the rest of the tribes of Israel.

So by claiming to be Irish, Flurry would be the tribe of Dan, rejected by God from being part of the plan of salvation. It should be pointed out as well, that King David didn't really have that much heritage of the tribe of Dan. And note that some of the kings from the Davidic line weren't all that righteous. Also, is Flurry a "bloody man" in the same sense of David? We could go on....

Of course we know that Flurry has the hubris to claim the same lineage of Christ for the sake of provenance. In fact, isn't he Christ in the flesh as "that prophet"? The arrogance of it all for a cheap drunk six pack false prophet.

Look, if you make up one part of the fantasy, you have to take it all.

However, don't buy into the fantasy that you should drop your disabled child off in a shopping mall because someone will take care of it so you can give more to the PCG (What does the "P" stand for, certainly not a word for "brotherly love"?). It might give you some legal problems.

Just remember that Gerald Flurry said, "You don't have any rights". It fits with his philosophy of "ministry" and relegates you to serf / peasant / slave for purposes of outright oppression without justice and mercy.

Does anyone have any information on his "Irish temper"?

As always, I advise him to repent, not that it does any good, mind you....

Byker Bob said...

Teachers who are continually not noteworthy for measurable results in their ministries are constantly attempting to find and market other substantiations or verifications that they hope will be meaningful and pass muster with their followers and supporters.

If God could raise up stones to testify effectively, would it matter if the stones were of the house of David, or had been annointed with a double portion, or any other straws that these failures might grasp at?

The only factor which could possibly bring these Armstrongite charlatans into prominence would be if what they forecast according to the Armstrong prophecy model actually begins to consistently take place. Without results, all else appears to take on an aura of empty manipulation.

BB

Anonymous said...

Hey, Jerry, what about what you inherited DIRECTLY FROM HWA?

Arrogance, vainglory, self-righteousness, narcissism, prophetic failures . . .

NO2HWA said...

Thanks! Fixed it.

Anonymous said...

Gerald, if you want to be like David, you need to post a public video of yourself dancing with all your might about the auditorium wearing only a linen ephod. Then I'll believe you. Promise.

Anonymous said...

You wonder if Flurry has a shrine to HWA in his back yard that he prays to every day.

This man is a nut case. How can anyone follow him? He even tries to look and sound like HWA on his telecast.

NO2HWA said...

Flurry has HWA's supposed prayer rock that he has set up as an altar tot he glory of Herbert Armstrong.

RSK said...

I actually do remember a sermon (forget who gave it now, whether it was a local pastor or a taped "headquarters" sermon) in the 1980s where Dan was specifically held to be the Catholic population of Ireland and therefore this had something to with why they weren't mentioned in the "sealing" late in the Bible.

Didn't say it made sense, just recalling it happening.

Redfox712 said...

The old Kings of Ireland lived so long ago it is very likely that everyone of Irish descent can be traced back to some royal personage. Every single Irish person.

But of course Flurry was just another WCG minister. He was important in any way. He hates this so he does everything he can to make PCG members forget this and think he is some great personage to obscure his mundane past.

That is why he claims God reveals some new revelation from this and that Biblical Book. He claims to be the one man receiving "new revelation". Most of these new revelations are just him repeating what he said in Malachi's Message and claiming another Biblical Book says what he said in Malachi's Message. PCG is not flooded with new revelation, he for the most part repeats the same new revelation again and again. I've been reading a lot of his stuff recently so I know what I'm talking about.

And he does all this to pretend to be some great man and make people believe this.

Redfox712 said...

Another thing I'd like to mention is that fairly often Flurry teaches that God only sends revelation to one man at a time. And he says HWA and himself, Gerald Flurry, fulfills these roles.

old EXPCG hag said...

I thought he was of "The House of Hitler".