Entire islands were devastated by the hurricane Irma, homes, businesses, and infrastructure were decimated...except for a highly select few that were Living Church of God members/prospective members who were miraculously spared. God only listened to the prayers of the special LCG members and spared them while he let Satan kill people and destroy the island around them.
They are such highly selected people that their most pressing need is getting a generator to work so that they be able to watch a DVD with Feast messages. Never once in the story below does he express any sympathy for those elsewhere on the island or offer any help. I 'm sure many of them were praying for deliverance too, but God turned a deaf ear because they were not Living Church of God members.
This would be a golden opportunity for the Living Church of God to really do a witness, but they won't. Their god will fix it all eventually so why waste precious resources needed to redecorate HQ offices or fund luxury vacations for Lil'Jimmy. There are gospel priorities, after all.
Satan kills and destroys while LCG's god fixes generators so DVD's of the Feast can be watched. The magical god of Armstrongism, always at work. There are priorities.
Contact Made with Members and Prospective Members on St. MartinI was able to go to St. Martin yesterday, Wednesday, September 27, on an early flight which arrived at 9:00 a.m. The trip went very smoothly and I even rented a car at the airport. Because of a lot of garbage (roofs, electric or telephone poles, cables, fences, broken cars, etc.) on the roads, driving was not always easy.I was pleased to be able to visit our members and prospective members; they have not suffered physical injury and have no specific needs. Given the general state of the country (desolation), it can no doubt be said that God protected them. I was able to visit most people in person and made contact with one by phone. They are doing well, without any major problems but without electricity and telephone. They were repairing their generator and I hope they will then be able to use the DVD of the Feast messages that I carried to them. I also visited a couple of French-speaking prospective members who also are well and have very little damage at home.
We can thank God for having protected them and we also appreciate having been spared both in Guadeloupe and Martinique, because in my life, despite the many hurricanes that I have known, I have never seen such devastation, such desolation! I returned to Martinique last night. It was a safe trip, many thanks for your prayers and support.—Etienne Duval