Ever since Ron Weinland was convicted of tax fraud and sent to prison for the biblical period of 3 1/2 years, his personality cult has never recovered. Add to that the growing number of members who have abandoned him over the years since his 2008 prophecy failed in epic proportions. Ever since then every single one of his prophecies that he boldly declared has failed. Because of that and to gain face in the eyes of his deluded members, he turned all of these prophecies from "physical" actions that were to come about into "spiritual" fulfillment that are being currently fulfilled supernaturally.
In spite of that, he continues to loose hundreds and hundreds of members. It has become so frequent that Weinland has become weary of having to write disfellowshipment letters week after week. Pretty soon Weinland thinks he might have 100 members left.
With his membership dwindling and his probation soon to be up, Weinland may head off to Europe so he can claim to be in the center of things when he and his dingy wife turn into the two witless witnesses. Germany is the home of his daughter who many ex-members believe helped Ron launder his money and whom they believe has cooked the books for Ron's cult for years.
A significant number of revealing quotes in the latest sermon> who get to a point where they’re not in awe any longer. I hurt for them, in one respect, but this is something that has gone on for so long. This process continues on.> This process continues on. Since the Feast I am dumbfounded how much God continues to bring to the surface,> This Church is being cleansed and the longer we go on, the more that takes place,> We have a short time and yet God’s going to have His Church cleaned up. That ought to sober everyone to the core of their being. Will there be a hundred left before this is over? 200? 300? I don’t know.> It’s just like different ones who continue to go by the wayside. Every year people go by the wayside.> I’ll be candid with you; it’s just kind of wearing on me. It’s wearying. It’s wearing. It’s hard.> It’s hard to continue to watch people go by the wayside. It’s hard to send people letters and telling them they’re suspended or disfellowshipped.> This isn’t over with yet. People, some people aren’t taking this seriously yet.> It’s wearying. It tears me up, and I hate it. I hate it. Almost every week it just keeps happening since the Feast of Tabernacles.> Because I know it’s still happening. I know what’s still going on. God’s giving me a big dose of it today to see it clearly. Since the Feast, so many. From: Ron's commision recycled