Monday, December 12, 2016

Eric King: Now A Seventh Message Mormon



It has been while since Eric King has been featured here.  King has went from being a Hari Krishna, to Church of God member, to communicating with alien beings, to now witnessing to Mormons.

All Mormon Christians should read this and pay attention. This is a foundational understanding to becoming a Seventh Message Mormon. If you do not understand this basic outline of the Christian Church as it moves through time you will not truly understand the Seventh Message which has come forth to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and indeed to the entire world in this the seventh-time. You must grasp this message and all of what it contains. You must understand just where the church is in prophetic history. May you be brought here by the Holy Spirit and may you be sealed with this final day message.
Sixth Era
The sixth era is that of Philadelphia. This is the time that the true church holds to. This is the only church that Jesus Christ had no problems with. Even though we are in the seventh church era which is that of Laodicea we are trying to keep people in the spiritual state of Philadelphia. When God originally completed His work during the re-creation of our planet on the sixth day all was perfect and thus it was. This sixth church time is extremely important to understand and we urge all SOCT students to study this period of the church. ~
It was during this era which began in the 1930’s that God used the man Herbert W. Armstrong to restore 18 important truths to the church. God informed him to name the church, the Worldwide Church of God. This was indeed a remnant of the true church and we recognize that it was a branch of the true church. Herbert W. Armstrong was not a Mormon and neither he or his congregations accepted the Mormon message but that was not his mission. ~
*Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong also taught in agreement with the prophet Joseph Smith that America was made up and founded by the literal tribes of Israel. ~
He was an apostle who did receive secretly the priesthood but never came public with his authority to teach…instead Heavenly Father used him for specific things regarding doctrinal fulfillments. After his death the Worldwide Church of God was broken apart. This all happened for a reason. Those who experienced Christianity in the Worldwide Church of God were to go through many trials up until they were to accept the Book of Mormon along with many of the truths that God revealed to Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong. This did not occur until October 7th 2011 under the calling of Mr. Eric William King. ~
So the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been given a message from this remnant known as the Worldwide Church of God and has in fact been given this new name, Worldwide Church of God in our present seventh era. Through this movement Heavenly Father has restored even more truth to His church particularly regarding God’s true Holy Sabbath Day and true Holy Feast Days. The prophet Joseph Smith saw this day coming when it was revealed to him the following in the Doctrines & Covenants: ~
“And also, if there be bounds set to the heavens or to the seas, or to the dry land, or to the sun, moon, or stars…All the times of their revolutions, all the appointed days, months, and years, and all the days of their days, months, and years, and all their glories, laws, and SET TIMES, shall be revealed in the days of the dispensation of the fullness of times…According to that which was ordained in the midst of the Council of the eternal God of all other gods before this world was, that should be reserved unto the finishing and the end thereof, when every man shall enter into his eternal presence and into his immortal rest.” – DC, 121:30-32 (July 8th, 1838) ~
Heavenly Father [Divine Intelligence] used the movement started by Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong to bring this revelation to fulfillment. These teachings have now been restored to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in our present seventh church era…that of Laodicea. ~
The Seventh Era
Our present church era is the Laodicean era. This era comes in two parts: first the typical-Laodicean era. We are currently experiencing the typical-Laodicean era which started on October 7th 2011 when two of the secret 12 apostles appeared to Mr. Eric William King and ordained and anointed him to bring forth what we now know to be the Seventh Message. ~
It was through Sir Eric William King that Heavenly Father merged the Worldwide Church of God reformation to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This was prophesied to occur by Joseph Smith himself. It was revealed to Joseph Smith: ~
“God shall give unto you knowledge by his Holy Spirit, yea, by the unspeakable gift of the Holy Ghost, that has not been revealed since the world was until now; Which our forefathers have awaited with anxious expectation to be revealed in the last times, which their minds were pointed to by the angels, as held in reserve for the fullness of their glory; A time to come in which nothing shall be withheld, whether there be one God or many gods’ they shall be manifest.” – DC, 121:26-28 (July 8th, 1838) ~
Our present Laodicean time is a time in which “nothing shall be withheld”. Only pride will prevent people from accepting this message. ~
“Yea, wo be unto him that saith: We have received, and we need no more!” – 2 Nephi 28:27
“Wo be unto him that shall say: We have received the word of God, and we need no more of the word of God, for we have enough!” – 2 Nephi 28:29
We have yet to enter the second phase of the Laodicean era. The second phase is called the anti-typical Laodicean period and this will commence at the beginning of the Great Tribulation, the finality of the end times. ~
We hope that this has helped you come to a better understanding of the Seventh Message for the Worldwide Church of God and the Latter-day Saints [LDS Church]. Christians who have accepted this message have become known as Seventh Message Mormons. ~
~May you gain peace profound.
Note: Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong was the first of the Secret Twelve Apostles to be brought to the public.
Continue to Understand

22 comments:

DennisCDiehl said...

More delusional thinking with religious content...

Anonymous said...


“Those who experienced Christianity in the Worldwide Church of God were to go through many trials up until they were to accept the Book of Mormon along with many of the truths that God revealed to Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong.”--EWK


Some people might be tempted to feel sorry for messed-up goofs like Eric William King, but remember that crazy, lying demoniacs can be very dangerous if you ever believe them. It is only possible to look down on them with pity if you never take any of their nonsense seriously. If you do ever fall for it, you will get to experience just how demonic it really is.

Anonymous said...

Is he selling Magic Underwear ?

My last set of magic underwear seem to have lost their effectiveness, so I'm hoping he has some LuLaRoe OS leggings (my unicorn has little Herbies all over them)

Heck, I'll even pair them with a donkey Irma top with little Dorothys all over them.

(LuLaRoe's[a Mormon company] sales consultants call their hot items, "unicorns" and their dud items, "donkeys"- so they do their best to sell a donkey with every unicorn- telling the rubes, "Hey, that top looks GREAT with those leggings!")

Anonymous said...


“Those who experienced Christianity in the Worldwide Church of God were to go through many trials up until they were to accept the Book of Mormon....”--EWK


This reminded me of a crazy, old Mormon woman with a crooked mouth who said that the Bible is the biggest bunch of bullshit there is. She said that the Bible is too old, and that you need something newer, like the Book of Mormon, of course. No wonder it is sometimes called the Book of Morons.

Connie Schmidt said...

PREDICTION---

Next year King will be a Jehovahs Witness.

Byker Bob said...

Eric,

Rather than constantly trying to make the Banned Hit List with ridiculous pronouncements, why don't you simply begin posting and communicating with us directly? That would be a much more positive way of getting our attention, and two way dialogue might just end up being therapeutic.

BB

Anonymous said...

"Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong also taught in agreement with the prophet Joseph Smith that America was made up and founded by the literal tribes of Israel."

The Nephites were 'white and delightsome' the Lamanites, not so much...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuO2Ov_D08c

LOL!

Ronco

Anonymous said...

1.35PM.
Well put.

Anonymous said...

Another of my Mormon favorites...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VKT4hrBTuk

Ronco

Sweetblood777 said...

If I remember correctly, the Mormons believe that the Indian tribes are part of the House of Israel, not the white settlers.

Anonymous said...

Does King have a Temple recommend? I'd bet his bishop either doesn't recognize him at all, or has already thrown him out as a kook.

NO2HWA said...

King smokes and drinks so there will be no temple recommend for him!

Anonymous said...

"Rather than constantly trying to make the Banned Hit List with ridiculous pronouncements, why don't you simply begin posting and communicating with us directly? That would be a much more positive way of getting our attention, and two way dialogue might just end up being therapeutic."

An excellent question to ask Jesus before asking the 'why of' usurping Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny.

Byker Bob said...

Native Americans are awesome! Recommended viewing: Longmire, original TV series, available for check out at better libraries across the USA!

BB

Anonymous said...

It is only possible to look down on them with pity if you never take any of their nonsense seriously.
Have a Merry Axemas!
Come on dude, do some covers!

DBP

Anonymous said...


NO2HWA said...“King smokes and drinks so there will be no temple recommend for him!”


Remember that Herbert W. Armstrong had used his new-found apostolic authority to decree that smoking is a SIN!

Byker Bob said...

Doesn't the Bible say man's life span is 3 score and ten years? Frankly, if I ever get beyond that, I think I'll start smoking again. Age past that is not a beautiful thing.

BB

Miguel de la Rodente said...

I'm waiting for Eric to get an Afro or grow dreadlocks, and to declare that true Philadelphianism includes bringing African customs and conditions into Armstrongism.

Retired Prof said...

BB, I looked at reaching 70 the opposite way. I mentioned to my friends what a relief it was to no longer fear a premature death. From now on my demise might be untimely, but only because it's overdue.

One of my favorite former colleagues who retired a few years earlier than I did lit up when I said that. She declared, "That's right! All those things they told us not to do because they would send us to an early grave? We can do them now. They can't get us any more."

We both thought it was pretty funny at the time. But when I told that anecdote at her memorial service, I had to admit that Edna's death still felt premature, in spite of it all.

Retired Prof said...

BB, after thinking it over, I realize we have a similar reaction to reaching 70, not an opposite one. Where I went wrong was in framing your response according to my habits instead of trying to see it your way. We both figure we can after 70 relax and enjoy things more than earlier. We're like kids about to graduate slacking off on account of senioritis and just coasting to graduation. We've got an age-related, not schooling-related senioritis.

Your remark "I think I'll start smoking again" is where I misread the worst. I have never had a nicotine habit, so I understood your attraction to smoking as a way to commit suicide rather than to satisfy an appetite, get a little gratification. Wrong, I bet. Right?

Remember this mistake, everybody. It may be instructive when we argue about interpretations of Bible passages and knowledge in general. The Bible can't interpret itself. Humans with their perspectives skewed in different shapes interpret it.

Byker Bob said...

May as well enjoy yourself, because by 70 you've lived your appointed time. You can live more dangerously again! Smoking was fun!

BB

Byker Bob said...

Relax, RP. I've just got a strange sense of humor. Didn't mean to imply any dark undertones. Just bought a new Edelbrock hi perf carb for my '57 and am looking forward to driving it for many more years.

BB