Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Bible God Punishes Bob Thiel By Punishing His Church

Bob Thiel notices

  "In fact the difference is remarkable.  Note that both pictures are from the same field, same soil type, same seed and variety, same equipment used, same (natural) fertilizer package.  The poor stand (looking to the left) was planted on the sabbath.  The healthy stand (looking to the right) was planted (the field was finished) the following day, on Sunday.  Mxxxx did not move to take the pictures, other than to turn to the left and right.  He asked me: “Why don’t anybody else’s fields do this if they work in them on the sabbath?  Why me?”  I answered with another question: “When you planted this field on the sabbath, did you merely think that it was maybe wrong to do so or did you know in your heart that it was wrong?”  His reply: “I knew it was wrong but I thought it would be ok.  I think God is telling me otherwise.”




Others Notice

"In fact the difference is remarkable.  Note that both pictures are from the same planet, same human types, same genetics  and variety, same equipment used, same scriptures.  The poor attendance(pictured first) ) was planted on the sabbath.  The healthy stand (picture two) was planted (the church was full ) the following day, on Sunday.  Mxxxx did not move to take the pictures, other than to take the pictures on different rotations of the earth around the Sun).  He asked me: “Why don’t anybody else’s church  do this if they preach  in them on the Sunday?  Why me?”  I answered with another question: “When you planted this church on the Sabbath, did you merely think that it was maybe wrong to do so or did you know in your heart that it was wrong?”  His reply: “I knew it was wrong but I thought it would be ok.  I think God is telling me otherwise.” 

….perhaps so...

Church planted on the Sabbath


Church planted on Sunday

And too...Poor row planted on the same day between great crops







11 comments:

RSK said...

This kind of reminds me of that Erich Von Daniken book where he included a closeup of part of the Nazca Lines, with the caption "very reminiscient of airport parking markings", yet in reality the photo was of the knee joint of one of the bird images and was maybe four feet in diameter. :)

Connie Schmidt said...

Logic lesson... just because "B" follows "A" , DOES NOT MEAN that "A" caused "B".

Anonymous said...

Maybe God, who wants all to be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth, could knock out all Sunday keeper crops and show off World Tomorrowish looking Sabbath keeper crops instead?

Anonymous said...

"Even though wide ranges of soil conditions work together on influencing crop performance, soil compaction can cause significant damage to early growth and subsequent yields. The most effective way to minimize soil compaction is to first avoid field operations when soil moisture is at or near field capacity. Soil compaction will be less severe when tillage, fertilizer application, and planting operations occur when the field is drier than field capacity. Soil moisture can be determined using a "hand ball test" or observing a "soil ribbon test." Second, properly adjust tire air pressure. Larger tires with lower air pressure allow for better flotation and reduce the load on the soil surface. Additionally, using larger tires that are properly inflated increases the "footprint" on the soil. Third, use the same wheel tracks to minimize the amount of land traveled across the field. Most damage occurs with the first pass of the implement. Using controlled traffic patterns can be done effectively by using implements that are the same width for seedbed preparation, planting, row cultivation, spraying, and harvesting.


Soil compaction can be a serious problem for Iowa farmers, but with proper management, compaction can be minimized. Remember to put a hold on soil tillage operations until soil conditions are drier than field capacity and look into the benefits of conservation tillage systems. The photo below shows the impact of different levels of soil compaction on plant growth, where soil bulk density increased with the increase of soil compaction. This example demonstrates the impact of soil compaction effect on root growth and plant stand variability.


Effect of soil compaction on root and seedling growth at three different soil bulk densities: Low, 0.7 g/cm3; Medium, 1.1 g/cm3; High, 1.6 g/cm3. (Stephanie Nelson, Honors Program project).

Plant symptoms can be significantly exacerbated by poor management decisions early in the season. A delay in plant performance can be very costly and plants may never fully recover from early-season setbacks, causing significant yield losses (see the June 12, 2006, ICM article (pages 169-171), What's the yield effect of uneven corn heights?). The lesson to learn from such problems is to pay attention to the field condition and make correct decisions on when to enter the field and whether the soil condition is ready to till or plant. At this time in the growing season with a soil moisture shortage in some areas in the state, row cultivation can accelerate moisture loss.


Top 10 Reasons to Avoid Soil Compaction


Causes nutrient deficiencies

Reduces crop productivity

Restricts root development

Reduces soil aeration

Decreases soil available water

Reduces infiltration rate

Increases bulk density

Increases sediment and nutrient losses

Increases surface runoff

Damages soil structure"

Field on the left has been compacted. Look at the relatively fresh tractor marks.

Field on the right does not look compacted at all.

I'm no farmer or agricultural expert of Dale Schurter. But if there's one thing I've learned is that there's a logical explanation to everything. Is this possibly the answer?



Anonymous said...

Personally, I’ve always liked to see people give God credit for all of the good things in their lives. The problem comes in when people use their blessings as cause to brag, or when they attribute the bad things that happen to others to a manipulative god (anthropomorphic) that they want to see as enforcing their own perspectives and agendas. That was always the way in Armstrongism, and it looks as if nothing has changed, which usually means that people have been programmed not to learn from their experiences.

James said...

Another faulty Morton's Fork argument by lil Bobby Thiel.

Anonymous said...

Bob should know by now that some of his African "leaders" take money from, and feign allegiance to, one or two Sunday churches along with his CCOG. They are expert at fooling naïve and wealthy Western benefactors.

Anonymous said...

Hey, I see Bob's on here! (Arroyo Grande on the map).

Everyone say hi to ol' Bob! Came to see what we're all saying, no doubt! :)



Anonymous said...

The crappy crops was when I attended services.
The good crops are when I stopped attending services.

The crappy crops was when I submitted to Gods government.
The good crops are when I stopped submitting to Gods government.

Anonymous said...

regarding ur "church planted on" you clearly have not believed the principle behind Christs parable that wide is the gate that leads to destruction...

c f ben yochanan

Anonymous said...

7.27 PM
I suspect you might be confusing these physical churches with Gods true church. The true church is a spiritual organism. The two are not one and the same.