Monday, January 9, 2017

Only Philadelphia Christians In Falsely Named Continuing Church of God To Be Protected In Tribulation

While Almost Arrested, Elisha, Elijah, Joshua, Amos, Doubly Blessed, Mayan Authority, Dreamweaver, Apostle, Prophet, Witness Bob Thiel was gallivanting around Serbia for his "feast" he was posting various topics of doom and gloom.  One day he was discussing how "scared" people are to walk around in the dark, of cyber-theft and public speaking. 
California-based Chapman University questioned 1,500 people from across the United States to reach its conclusions. The survey found that the top five things that scare Americans the most are: walking alone at night, becoming the victim of identity theft, Internet safety, being the victim of a mass/random shooting, and public speaking.
Fear is the main thing that keeps the Almost Arrested Doubly Blessed Apostle in business.   He tells his followers to be prudent and be alert because all kinds of hell will soon be happening.  If you are not awake and following him works for word then you will be unaware and you will suffer.  It then is apparently YOUR fault!
Of course, natural and other disasters are coming and it is wise to take physical and spiritual steps to deal with them. Yet, many with fears and worries take few, if any, effect steps to deal with such matters. 
As far as taking proper preparation goes, the Bible teaches the following:
3 A prudent man forsees evil and hides himself, But the simple pass on and are punished. (Proverbs 22:3) 
That does not mean that there will be no difficulties, but that proper steps should be taken. Jesus said:
43 But know this, that if the master of the house had known what hour the thief would come, he would have watched and not allowed his house to be broken into. 44 Therefore you also be ready, for the Son of Man is coming at an hour you do not expect. (Matthew 24:43-44).

So brethren, listen to the Almost Arrested Prophet and his wise words, follow him and you WILL be protected!
People need to take proper spiritual steps now.
Trials and tribulations are coming, but those who will heed the call to be Philadelphian Christians in this age can be protected from the coming hour of trial that will come upon the earth 
Please consider your spiritual state, no matter where you may live. Just because you profess Jesus Christ and may keep the commandments does NOT mean that you will be protected. Only the Philadelphian Christians are promised protection and they have a different focus on truly doing the work (Matthew 24:14; 28:19-20) in these end times.


Black Ops Mikey said...

And some people are very afraid they will sire children that are disabled.

Does Robert Thiel guarantee against that?

Connie Schmidt said...

But I don't want to be in the "Philadelphia Church of God".

Philly sucks as a town. Would Lancaster County Pennsylvania be close enough for me to still avoid the tribulation?? :-)

Byker Bob said...

The scary, manipulative rhetoric usually invokes some of their internal cultic babble. All of these groups want to lay exclusive claim to the Philadelphians. William Miller taught that the Laodicean era actually began in the 1840s, and from all reports, there was always much more naturally occurring brotherly love in COG-7 than in WCG if for no other reason, because of the difference in the authority structure.

Most of these "leaders" wouldn't know a Philadelphian if they saw one. Rather than being a factual descriptive, that has been reduced to a moronically repeated advertising term which they all use to describe their own members. As such, even if there were such things as church eras, it has become meaningless. It's something that only an outsider would be able to objectively observe or apply, and Philadelphian behavior is certainly not something that would be based on coercion or fear.

In fact, it's something that we, the troubleshooters of the movement, would be better equipped to discern, as in "Boy howdy! You can look high, and you can look low, but the members of that (insert acronym here) surely are all Philadelphian!"


Anonymous said...

The alleged "Church Eras" is just more phoniness of the WCG and spinoffs.

Glad to see a reference to William Miller, the Baptist nut from VT that got quite a following in New England. Researchers can buy a copy of "The Small Sects in America" by Elmer T. Clark (1949 ed).

My copy I happily picked up in MA in a sale. The first edition was from 1937 and carried a large list of the Adventist sects. The Millerite movement of the 1840s collapsed when Christ was a no show in 1844. The WCG can be traced directly to this crazy time. So can the JWs.

There is an online copy of "The Days of Delusion" (1924) by Clara Sears. It spells out the madness of the Millerite movement. I lived in NH where the first 7th day church was founded in Washington, NH. It is still in use by the SDA's. I've visited the church a few years back.

I was interesting to read of folks from the early 1800s having their lives destroyed by a false prophet and then another crackpot (HWA) starting up another ripoff racket to in turn destroy the lives of folks like myself a century and a half later.


RSK said...

It might be more realistic to be the Centralia Church of God, heh.

Hoss said...

Regarding the title of the post, that only Philadelphia Christians in the CCOG will be protected during the tribulation, that is the message Bob appears to be giving.

His argument seems to go like this: only he can correctly identify the King of the North and know when to flee to Petra. But wouldn't anyone who visits Bob's websites be tipped off? I'm only speculating, but perhaps the "famine of the word" (which Bob thinks means he will be silenced, probably by internet censorship) means the information can't be made public. So, it looks like you must be in the CCOG or you won't know when to go to Petra.

Anonymous said...

The "Philadelphia Church of God" demon-strated by this gang, is more like the tragic comedy of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"!
Gauwd's echo chamber.