Sunday, October 22, 2017

Paroled Felon and Church of God Apostle/Prophet Sets Specific Date Of Jesus Return in 2019



Where would the Church of God be without all of its prophets, apostles and criminal ministers?  From Dave Pack and Gerald Flurry to Bob Thiel and James Malm, these men all claim to have the inside track to the plans of God on the earth.  All of these men have hedged and fudged on their dates as the years pass them by and none of the revelations come to pass.  Liars all.

Well that is till now!

God's only true prophet, who had to be humbled and humiliated in prison for 3 1/2 years, is back as a free man and running with specific dates as to what will happen in the end times.  God's greatest prophet alive now is, Ronnie Weinland, convicted felon.  God always uses the basest of men, so I guess Weinerdude fits the bill.  The problem with Weinerdude is that every single thing he has prophesied since his epic failure in 2008 has failed to come to pass.  That does not matter though.  Weinerdude has a way around all of these failures, his prophecies actually happened, but were spiritual instead of physical.  A convenient excuse to get around all the epic and well-publicized failures.

That is all in the past now.  Weinerdude has a specific date when Jesus is returning to earth to wreak havoc and clean up the mess that the Church of God failed to clean up.
This is an account of what is clearly expected to occur on June 9, 2019. The long prophesied Messiah, the Christ (both words, Messiah and Christ, have the same meaning), will be sent by God to take control of this earth and to establish His government to rule over the nations. The self-rule of mankind will be brought to an end as the Messiah and his army will take control of all government over all nations. He will do so with great power—a level of power never before witnessed by mankind. 
Jesus is coming to reign supreme alongside the few hundred followers of Weinerdude.  Notice one thing that irritates the hell out of Weinerdude, he is still bitter and extremely pissed that he was found guilty of tax fraud and sent to prison.
During that millennial period, people will continue to live and then die, as in the previous 6,000 years, except all will live under God’s government and no longer under mankind’s. They will live in a world where justice is swift (not drug out for years), righteous in judgment, and simply just and fair. 
There will be no prosecutors or investigators who can twist, distort, and redefine fact in a manner they desire that is often with the sole purpose of winning a conviction, establishing a record to advance oneself, making their own personal judgment of guilt or innocence, and/or from an unjust bias of personal prejudice. There will be no lawyers who defend clients they know to be guilty. There will be no need for the legal system as it exists today. There will be no need for such things because those who come with Christ will know what has happened in all cases requiring matters that need to be judged. Nothing can be hidden from them. No one will be able to get by with lies, cons, deceit, false witnessing, or twisting the truth in any way. 

19 comments:

Byker Bob said...

I think he blew it. This isn't the tribulation.

BB

Anonymous said...

I wonder if Christ will return on the same day as he did the first time around? If he arrived on Christmas Day then what would they all say to that?

Gordon Feil said...

Can you imagine what Trump would tweet if someone actually did come from the heavens to take over his job? And, btw,I don't know what weinland did or didn't do in regards to tax, but I know that jesus didn't put himself out to pay taxes. When it was expected of him, he sent someone to fetch a coin from the mouth of a fish to make the payment.

Anonymous said...

Don't waste your life waiting for the return of Jesus. He never existed in the first place.

DennisCDiehl said...

It’s very hard for true ministers in all the true churches to simply say “I’m sorry...I was wrong...please forgive me” when the need arises.

Jim Hale said...

Dennis, it has been my experience with the ACOG cults that the minister is always right and the lowly slave members are always wrong. Besides, even if one did say they were sorry, I would NEVER forgive.

Ryan Maness said...

These idiot ministers setting themselves up for a fall just blows my mind.

Anonymous said...

Judging by the highlighted text, Weiner may want to start a Butthurt Church of God.

Anonymous said...

Dennis
Of course ministers never apologize. Most of what these churches preach is marketing rather than reality. For instance, AC is about teaching students 'how to live,' while ignoring the fact that many of these graduates are moral fools. Likewise ministers never apologize since they are the infallible mouthpieces of God.
Marketing, marketing, marketing, instituted by the master marketeer HWA.

DennisCDiehl said...

Convicted Ron Weinland, Delusional Dave Pack, Not that Prophet Gerald Flurry , Pyroclastic Bob Thiel and all the one man show types are excellent examples of “The eye that sees can’t see itself.”

Connie Schmidt said...

What is the old saying?... something like "There are no guilty people in jail". Weinland fits that profile perfectly.

Anonymous said...

The text that you highlighted in yellow does seem to be directed toward those who prosecuted and convicted him for tax fraud, as you suggest. However, the last sentence in that paragraph describes Weinland himself. A Freudian slip? Hmm, perhaps.

Helen Wheels said...

By his own account, he can't point to any "physical" successes (unless, I suppose, you count the money he cons people into donating), but claims a string of spiritual failures. Sounds the typical Armstrongist minister type, except you don't ordinarily expect them to cop to it...

Gordon Feil said...

You seriously believe that historically there was no Yehoshua bar Yousef? Hard to imagine anyone of intellectual honesty actually saying that with a straight face.

RSK said...

Why's that so hard, Gordon? I've heard people say that all through my life.

set the captives free said...

So, he has proclaimed himself God, for "only the Father in heaven knows the day and the hour".

Gordon Feil said...

Because, RSK, there is too much evidence to the contrary. Somebody saying he wasn't doesn't make him not.

RSK said...

Its not the merits or lack thereof of this position that made me curious, Gordon, it was the seeming incredulousness in your response. My question might be better phrased as "Do you just happen to rarely come across people spouting the "Jesus never existed" argument, or do you speak as one who's heard it a million times and finds it completely untenable?" That was all.

Byker Bob said...

Right on, 7:24. The being that initiates it is the only one who can know. Armstrongism has always tried to tie God down with secret math that supposedly only they know. It is most likely the case that God would make a judgment call based on the incorrigibility of mankind, or imminent destruction of the planet, not tied to a pre-strategized time limit.

If electomagnetic weapons are ever perfected, conditions could very easily match additional passages in Revelation, besides the ones which seem to match the global climate change which has begun.

BB