Friday, May 15, 2020

Gerald Weston Once Again Rakes LCG Members Over The Coals. Can They EVER Do ANYTHING Right To Please This Man?

Once more Living Church of God members are getting raked over the coals for their slanderous ways, their questioning of the ministry,

Has it ever been possible for LCG members to do ANYTHING right in the eyes of the leadership?
What comes out of our mouth—not only the words but the intent behind them—cannot completely hide what is in the heart. As the proverb says, “Whoever hides hatred has lying lips, and whoever spreads slander is a fool. In the multitude of words sin is not lacking, but he who restrains his lips is wise” (Proverbs 10:18–19).
As usual. LCG members are at fault again. Social media is their downfall.  How dare they criticize the leadership and ministry!  How dare they complain to that damnable Banned blog! Those of you that do that are cowards because you will not say it to our face! You are right that we will disfellowship you immediately, but we expect you to tell us to our face that we are failures and unChristlike.
The fact that Jesus warned the people of His day about their words indicates that there was a problem at that time. But how much more the problem is magnified today! It involves not only what comes out of the mouth, but what is typed into cyberspace. Social media demonstrates the problem all the time. How often individuals vent their thoughts on Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, and other platforms. People are less inhibited “hiding behind” a keyboard and screen than they are in the presence of flesh and blood. They say things they would never consider saying to someone in person. For whatever reason, the Internet greatly reveals the problem of the heart.

Every person that criticizes the church has a deep problem in their heart?  Seriously?  Perhaps people are sick and tired of being treated like shit by the leadership!

Every Idle Word
Jesus also warned that we will have to answer for every idle word that we speak (Matthew 12:36). We trust that if we repent of our indiscretions, we will be forgiven. Nevertheless, even with forgiveness from our Creator, there are consequences for our words as well as for our actions.
You must repent immediately for daring to criticizes Gerald and his minions! Passover is already over and he is raking members over the coals. 

How dare any of you hold us accountable for anything in our past!  How dare you!
A number of revelations have come out in recent times regarding high-profile political leaders who said or did something regrettable while in high school or university. This is no doubt grossly unfair, mean-spirited, and politically motivated. Should any successful judge, senator, governor, or presidential candidate be held accountable for something he or she did several decades ago? Surely, we are mature enough to forgive the indiscretions of youth! Sadly, that is not the world we live in, and that is why it is important to instruct and warn our teens, young adults, and even ourselves of the importance of guarding our mouths and what we say on social media.
Weston criticizes the world for its profiling of people in all aspects of our lives in this day and age, yet his very own church keeps meticulous files on every member. The spy network in LCG is appalling in its detail of members' lives.
Do we realize, dear brethren, how much is known, stored, and studied about virtually every one of us? Marketers and analysts have data galore on a vast percentage of the population, including the members of God’s Church. You may think that because you aren’t on social media—perhaps because you don’t even own a computer or smartphone—you are safe. Think again. How many pictures of you and your children have others posted? How many times has your name appeared on someone else’s Facebook page? Probably more than you think.
Do LCG members realize that every time any of them make the mistake of publicly complaining on a blog, Facebook page, Twitter, or elsewhere that LCG keeps track of them and what they say?
Do you realize that every time you give a command to Echo or Alexa, it is being stored in a database, and that Amazon and other providers use “artificial intelligence” to analyze every bit of data about you and your habits to see how they can market to you? How many have experienced having a private conversation in their home regarding a purchase they want to make, only to have pop-up ads appear on their computer for that very product or service the next time they logged on?
What about all the technology that watches over your home with cameras, and that allows you to turn appliances on and off and lock doors remotely? Do you realize that information is being stored and analyzed? For the most part, it is simple and (relatively) harmless marketing. If that is all there is to it, it may not be a big deal. But can we understand that these technologies can also be used to control populations? Many observers have noticed that YouTube and other platforms hold a leftist bias against content that does not fit the politically correct agenda.
We are warned in Ecclesiastes 10:20, “Do not curse the king, even in your thought; do not curse the rich, even in your bedroom; for a bird of the air may carry your voice, and a bird in flight may tell the matter.” Has there ever been a time when this warning is more applicable? Have you ever experienced having a conversation with others only to have your smartphone begin talking to you? I have, on more than one occasion. Anyone who has the “Okay Google” app open may trigger a Google response if it thinks you are asking it a question. Now that is a genuine “trigger warning”—but one that few heed.

Serious Business
Oh, noes!  Here comes the persecution routine. that rabbit has been pulled out of the hat so much that there is not much hair left on the poor thing. 

Gerald and his cronies are about to be persecuted for that they say. As usual, he pussyfoots around with that bold message he claims he and the church preaches.  If he truly believed what he preached he would not be afraid to speak out.  But, notice how he wimps out below by telling members to guard their words so as to not piss off anyone. This is one of the main things Bob Thiel accused LCG of doing and why he had to leave.
We can be certain that persecution is on our horizon as Christians. What we believe on an ever-increasing number of issues is not politically correct, and those taking it upon themselves to decide what is right and wrong are becoming bolder and more militant. Perhaps it is time to be more thoughtful about what we say to others, even in private. It is certainly important to teach our youth to carefully consider their words and their actions—and to understand that lesson ourselves.
Smartphones and social media may appear as innocent toys or tools, but they are serious business and require wisdom. Cyberbullying has caused some to take their own lives. Sexting, where teens invite others to post pictures of themselves in compromising poses, can be dangerous and come back to bite them years later. Making threats or venting quickly online “in the heat of the moment” when upset by something is a foolish practice.
Weston is displeased with the things he sees LCG teens and members post on social media.
It is shocking what people display over social media, and this is even true of some Church members and teens. Many employers will not hire someone until they have checked the applicant’s social media pages. How many people fail to get hired because their social media history is a liability to them, and they never know it? Employers might be a bit more lenient in a high-employment environment, like the one the United States was enjoying, but what happens after COVID-19? Great economies never last forever!
Weston is now concered about the spreading of "fake news" in the church.  Never mind the fact that he, Meredith, and others have a track record spanning 60 some years that are filled with fake news!  Fake prophecies that never happened.  False teachings. And, more.

He is particularly incensed that sem LCG teens tried to start an petition to get HQ to change their minds on something!  How dare they! When God's ministry speaks it is as if God himself said it!  Get that through your heads, you rebellious undisciplined teens! I say BRAVO LCG teens for daring to confront the tired worn out machinery still living in the past!
One of the dangers of the Internet is what has popularly been called “fake news,” and this phenomenon has real relevancy for us. Fake news occurs when someone spreads a false rumor, either knowing it is false or sincerely believing it is true when it is not. I suppose we are all guilty of passing something along in this latter category. This happened awhile back when some young people thought the Charlotte Family Weekend was cancelled and had the idea that a petition should be started to change our minds at Headquarters.
How dares you question us!  How dare you!
There were two problems with this. The first is that this is not the way we make decisions in God’s Church. Sometimes our youth—and our adults as well—do not understand the reasons for things and run with their emotions. The second problem was that those who started this, though no doubt sincere, didn’t know what they were talking about: The venue for the weekend had already been booked a couple of months earlier, long before the petition even showed up. A call or email to our Charlotte office would have cleared the matter up instantly, without spreading worry or concern.
Everything is a "teaching" moment in LCG.  Everything is used against them to constantly tell the members how pathetic they are. Christ's coming is delayed because of these rebellious people!
No long-term harm was caused by the incident, and it was a great “teaching moment” for any who wanted to learn. However, it illustrates how quickly misinformation and emotions can lead to poor choices—with the potential of making matters worse instead of better.
Transforming Our Thoughts
The Feast of Pentecost is coming, and that fact is relevant to this topic. As we noted at the beginning of this article, Jesus explained, “For out of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaks” (Luke 6:45). My friend in Ambassador Club could not hide his heart, despite deploying what he thought was a tactful question in hopes of doing so. Who we are and what we think will be laid bare sooner or later by what we say and what we do. It is not enough to choose our words carefully. That is essential, but what is in our heart is even more important.
When has the leadership of the LCG had its hearts transformed? When has grace, mercy, and justice flowed freely from LCG headquarters?  When?
God gives us His Holy Spirit to transform our hearts. “For this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the Lord: I will put My laws in their mind and write them on their hearts; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people” (Hebrews 8:10). That is why His Spirit was poured out upon the fledgling Church on the first Pentecost following Jesus’ resurrection.
Have people ever said or done something that prompts you to condemn them in your heart, only to have the thought enter your mind that you yourself were guilty of something similar? That is likely God’s Spirit working on your heart. It is a gentle reminder of your own need to change—to remove the beam that is in your own eye, and to be compassionate toward others.
Weston then resorts to the worn-out trick of saying everything is wrong today because of Satan. Westons God is impotent over the power that Satan wields. Satan has always been more powerful than the god of Armstrongism.

Satan is particularly devious and is using computers to destroy the very work of the Living God!  Damn computers!
In this present age, Satan is the god of this world (2 Corinthians 4:4). He is a liar (John 8:44). He is the accuser of the brethren (Revelation 12:10). He directs the course of this world (Ephesians 2:2). And, he wants to destroy the people of God. Computer technology is a wonderful benefit when used properly. We would have a hard time doing the Work today without so many modern innovations. We use social media to preach the Gospel, and with it we can go into areas of the world we could never reach without it. However, as with everything mankind creates, it can be—and is—used for evil, and there is a malevolent spirit being only too happy to encourage its wrong use.
The heart of that spirit being is bad, indeed.
Sadly, the hearts of many COG leaders today are bad too.
And that is why God is transforming our innermost thoughts to be as His own—so that we, as God’s firstfruits, can replace that being, and reign in this world with hearts fashioned to match our Father’s.
Poor Jesus.  It is never enough to emulate the actions and words of the man. He always gets short shifted to the background.

God's firstfruits are those that have thrown away the shackles of legalistic bondage to unnecessary rules and teachings. Those people are the ones truly free.

Norbert Link Finds Demonic Activity and Ghosts Bothering People During Quarantine

This truly has to be one of the more idiotic things dreamed up by a Church of God minister to frighten people with. Everything in the world is evil to them and there is no good. None of these charlatans have the balls to ever speak about the good going on around the world during this time with people caring for one another and doing what is right. Nope, it is just bad. They need to constantly dwell on the bad to prop up the absurd and outright idiotic prophecies and predictions they are vomiting off on the church today.

Norbert, in his best imitation Germanic accent, sees demons, ghosts, poltergeists, and other things invading the homes of people in isolation during the quarantine.

Fear brethren!


Thursday, May 14, 2020

The tribulation will start sometime within the next 10 months! Well, maybe a little later, but who's counting!

Our favorite unemployed, self-appointed zealot, and Chief Pharisee to the Church of God, James Malm, was sitting at his kitchen table today cranking out another prophecy guaranteed to fail, like all of his other previous ones.

He starts off with a lie in his very first paragraph by claiming he has a "good understanding" of prophecy. In the 80 some years of the Church of God there has not been one single man who has ever had an understanding of prophecy. No one. Zippo. Zero. Nada.
In the Bible there are three different prophecies which date the beginning of the tribulation.  A good understanding of these prophecies has now been revealed and all three of them indicate that the tribulation will begin at some point in the current biblical year, that is between now and March 15 2021.
Wait...above he says the tribulation will begin by May 15 of 2021 and below he says it will be later in the year.
The fact that three separate prophecies indicate the very same thing, along with the present situation in the Middle East and a very probably much worse second epidemic is likely next winter; are very strong indicators that the tribulation will indeed begin at some point next winter.
This should be a huge, bright red flag; that we need to be alert and vigilant to watch the unfolding of events!
Church of God members must now become zealous and prostrate themselves at the feet of the law. Forget Jesus, let's worship the law.
In wise preparation we should be doing everything possible to be zealous to seek out the truth, reject any errors and sins and to learn and live by every Word of God.
It is comforting to know that Jesus says the tripe below is useless garbage meant to deceive his followers. Those who understand what Jesus accomplished place their faith in him and not spending their days working to try and please the one who is constantly displeased with them.
Only by turning to a zealous wholehearted dedicated learning and living by every Word of God can we be accounted worthy to escape the terrible correction coming upon our brethren who are lax in these things, preferring to follow idols of men and false traditions. 
Only by a zealous wholehearted dedicated learning and living by every Word of God can we be accounted worthy to stand in the resurrection to eternal life and have a part in the collective bride of Christ.
Malm breaks all of the stupid rules he is demanding all of his followers observe. He really has perfected the art of being a professional bullshit artist.

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

PCG Continues To Prey Upon COG Members To Join Up With Them Before The Germans Imprison Them All

The Germans are coming! The Germans are coming!

The Philadelphia Church of God has always deemed its sole purpose is to recruit as many COG members as possible to join up with the one true church. Of course, the main goal of this recruitment is the have access to their money way more than they are concerned about anyone's salvation. Gerald Flurry has always assumed that church members would flock to his church because they understood him to be correct. This, however, is not unique to Flurry.  Dave Pack and Bob Theil both imagine COG members will soon be flocking to their little groups in amazement and gratitude for preserving the truth. Thankfully the tens of thousands of members and ex-members know all these men to be the charlatans they are.

Below is PCG's latest recruitment propaganda:

From a PCG source:

"PCG's May 13, 2020 Trumpet Brief that they send out a newsletter is more of the same fear-inducing recruitment addressed to weak-minded former WCG folks, courtesy of course by no less than PCG's SS henchman himself Joel Hilliker."

Like all the false prophets of the Church of God, the PCG cannot let a convenient pandemic go to waste in order to further perverted theological goals. Fear!  It is always about fear.  Scare the deceived members and they will flock to you.

Wake up! The end times are here! Oh, noes!!!!!!

Intense suffering is soon to come and you will be wearing tattered clothing. You will soon be going into captivity by those nasty Germans, or Muslims, or Chinese...depending upon who Flurry has deemed to be the latest enemy.

Next, Lil'Joel gets to the point of his little tirade of fear.  He is out after COG members to heed his call. Tens of thousands of COG members and former members are heeding into terrible times ahead.

Lil'Joel also notes that Stephen Flurry, the apostate son of Gerald Flurry, is furious that COG members believe that church members exist in all the various COG's as the real followers of Christ.

Did you know that Gerald is "locked-in" in prophecy? Just like Bob Theil, Gerald knows all things about prophecy. He has never made a mistake in his life. In fact, he is so precise that he has had to correct some of the prophecies of Herbert Armstrong.

Flurry licks his chops like Rod Meredith did with horrendous impressions of rampaging Germans ready to cast Americans and lapsed Church of God members into concentration camps. The Germans at this moment are polishing those meat hooks and getting their concentration camps built to house everyone in.

This all must frost Bob Theil and Dave Pack's butt's as they and they alone believe they are the true heirs to lead the church into glory.

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

CGI’s Bill Watson is losing it over the Coronavirus Pandemic

Y'all gon' make me lose my mind 
Up in here, up in here 
Y'all gon' make me go all out 
Up in here, up in here 
Y'all gon' make me act a fool 
Up in here, up in here 
Y'all gon' make me lose my cool


CGI’s Bill Watson is losing it over the Coronavirus Pandemic. In his latest segment on “Biblical News and Commentary, Pastor Watson brings us a Coronavirus Special Report. In the almost 55-minute-long “report,” the pastor rejoices that we are finally experiencing a restoration of our freedoms (being able to play golf, go to a restaurant or hit the beauty shop).

He goes on to say that he wants to share with us some observations and information related to the pandemic and promote some critical thinking and investigation on our part. Unfortunately, everything that follows is taken from extreme right-wing websites that are fond of liberal-bashing conspiracy theories.

He begins his broadside on the pandemic by asking, “When did this begin?” According to the pastor, the origins of our current predicament can be traced to a 2015 grant of almost four million dollars to the Wuhan Institute of Virology by the Obama Administration. His source for this information? –, a right-wing media outlet that claims to be fighting back against liberal media.

From there, Mr. Watson showcases a Fox News program that featured Neil Cavuto interviewing Peter Navarro (Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy in the Trump Administration). In the interview, Navarro claims that China spawned the virus, hid it and profited from it. The clear implication of both pieces being that the virus originated in the Wuhan lab.

To further support this train of thought, Watson quotes yet another right-wing news source, The Epoch Times (“truth and tradition”). It is asserted that five million Chinese citizens seeded the world with the virus. Watson then returns to Navarro, who goes on to assert that China has embarked on a policy of “Four Kills.” He explains this as China: 1) declaring war, 2) hiding the virus, 3) hoarding PPE, and 4) profiteering from sales of PPE.

After presenting this “evidence” to his audience, Pastor Watson suggests that China’s activities were knowing and premeditated. He then goes on to speculate if this whole thing might not turn out to be a military operation. Watson says that it really doesn’t matter if this was purposeful or accidental – it has created a real crisis. And, according to him, China never lets a good crisis go to waste!

It may seem a bit disjointed to my readers, but Watson then jumps to the Catholic Church’s support of Globalism. He cites a Breitbart article that takes Pope Francis to task for having the audacity to decry human exploitation of nature! The aim of all this Catholic interference? The formation of a new world order! And, just for good measure, he implies that Jeffrey Sachs and George Soros are helping all of this along. The implication is clear – those nasty Globalists are seeking to advance their own agenda and thwart the good Nationalists (as personified by Trump).

He goes on to suggest that there might be more to this pandemic than meets the eye. Watson alludes to sinister motivations lurking in the shadows without formally naming them. He points to the economic slowdown, and the efforts by some to keep things closed through the U.S. Presidential election in November. He implies that nefarious forces are at work to curtail our freedoms and liberties. Watson goes on to allege that the World Health Organization was complicit in China’s Coronavirus deception.

And, finally, Mr. Watson asserts that the virus is really not as deadly as the mainstream media make it out to be. As proof of this assertion, he offers a video of some remarks by Dr Dan Erickson (the owner of an urgent care clinic business). Never mind that this doctor has been challenged for his flawed methodology. Never mind that the remarks appeared on which hosts right-wing nut, Alex Jones.

Unfortunately, for Pastor Watson, the Coronavirus Pandemic is just another piece of the great contest between wicked Globalists and righteous Nationalists. He sees dark conspiracies lurking in the shadows, and the fulfillment of Christ’s prophecies recorded in the 24th chapter of Matthew. For him, this is not a global health crisis – it is an attempt to establish a new world order. He urges Christians to be fearless in the face of these threats and implies that they will be protected. In this connection, it is interesting to note that Mr. Watson’s congregation began congregating again this past Sabbath.

Is it just me or is this stuff getting crazier and crazier by the day? I think Bill might benefit from a dose of NBC, ABC, CBS, The Wall Street Journal or The New York Times. A little fake news might improve his perspective – what do you think?

Miller Jones

Monday, May 11, 2020

London Tabloid Quotes PCG as Source on Prophecy

A London tabloid that leans heavily conservative is quoting the Philadelphia Church of God, again, as a source for prophecy.  Even more hilarious is that they quote Fred Dattalo as a Bible Scholar!  Since when has the Church of God had a Bible scholar in its midst? Dattallo is no more a scholar on the Bible than Bob Thiel is.

The sad thing is that PCG and other COG members will look upon this as getting the gospel out as a warning.  It's not. It's not more than Biblical junk prophecy. Or, in layman's terms, spiritual terrorism.

In 2005, Bible scholar Fred Dattolo published an article in ‘The Trumpet’ where he claimed “the galloping hoofbeats of the four horses are getting ever louder and closer,” stating that a future pandemic was all that was needed to set free the final Horseman, who would spread a disease to a quarter of the world.
He said: “The four horsemen are depicted in the Book of Revelation Chapter 6 as the first four of seven seals.
“These seals are benchmarks of end-time events leading up to and including the return of Jesus Christ.
“John witnessed these vivid events in a vision sent by God the Father to Jesus Christ, who gave it to an angel to reveal to John – Revelation 1:1.
"Then John, as he was instructed, recorded what he saw in brilliant prophetic imagery.”
With the coronavirus pandemic currently causing global panic, Mr Dattolo’s claims have come back into the spotlight, with some bizarrely stating it proves COVID-19 is in fact a sign of the End Times.
One Twitter user said: “The Four Horsemen of Apocalypse representing war, famine, pestilence and death as depicted in the Bible on Revelation 6:2-8 are most likely causing this coronavirus worldwide. 
“We don’t see them but we can feel their wrath everywhere.”
Another added: “What if the coronavirus pandemic is one of the Four Horsemen?
“This virus is the pale horse and Horseman.”
And a third outright claimed: “The Four Horsemen of the Bible are currently active.”
According to the Book of Revelation, there are still three more seals to be broken before the Second Coming. 

Sunday, May 10, 2020

When Ministers Defend Failed Church of God Prophets

We have all watched over the decades as one prophet after another said one whopper after another and yet here we are, 2020 and not one single thing any of them has ever said has come true. That sadly has never stopped the current crop of liars masquerading as God's most important men here on earth today. The very fact they self-appointed themselves should have been the first clue, but the endless stream of outright lies by these men should have caused every minister in their little group to walk out the door and leave them as they called them the apostate liars they are.  But no.  It rarely happens. Instead, these weak emasculated men DEFEND the liars they are employed by.

Case in point, Ed Winkfield from the Restored Church of God. Never has the church had such an epic failure when it comes to prophesy than Dave Pack.  Well, except for Bob Thiel, Ron Weinland, and Gerald Flurry.  These are all stories for another time.  Back to Dave and Winkfield.

Winkfield wrote an article for the faithful in the RCG regarding prophecy, Putting Prophecy In Perspective.  In it, he writes:
The recent pursuit of prophetic understanding has reshaped our view of the scriptures and revealed more of God’s mind on what a Christian’s priorities should be.
Daniel was close to God and trusted that he would continue to receive understanding. Thus, he may have been shocked when he learned from the angel that there was only so much of the future he could know.
Near the end of his book, Daniel recorded multiple visions. Upon their completion, he was told to “shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end,” and at that time—not a moment sooner—“knowledge shall be increased” (12:4). Still thinking he would be an exception and allowed to know prior what others could not, Daniel inquired in verse 8, “O my Lord, what shall be the end of these things?” The angel’s answer in verse 9 told Daniel he would not fully understand the meaning of the visions.
Despite being one of the greatest servants of God to ever live, Daniel was only allowed to know so much. He would not be permitted to understand the entirety of the very things he was recording.
Yet we have been permitted to understand these things. The recent increase in the knowledge of prophecy is actually the fulfillment of prophecy—an irrefutable sign that we are at the time of the end. By revealing prophecies in Daniel, God is doing what He said He would do.
As the Author of prophecy—history written in advance—God foretells major events before they happen: “…new things do I declare: before they spring forth I tell you of them” (Isa. 42:9). He continues: “…I am God, and there is none like Me, declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done…” (46:9-10). As “His servants,” we among all people on Earth are uniquely qualified to learn and understand what God says “must shortly come to pass” (Rev. 1:1). 
Here we go with the Daniel excuse that current false prophets love to utter to prove their legitimacy.  These men claim that because Daniel had things withheld form till the end times, that they and they alone know what those hidden things are.

Winkfield believes that the current prophecies of Dave are unprecedented in these modern times as the world spirals out of control in front of Dave's eyes
The urgency of our times has forced the entire Church to learn—over a brief period—prophecy at a level in the past taught only to its leadership over the course of many years in Ambassador College and ministerial conferences. As a “workman” or laborer striving to rightly divide the word of truth (II Tim. 2:15), you have likely studied harder and longer than you ever have. The sheer volume and complexity of information forced you to pour over your sermon notes, puzzle over the timing of events, and ponder the prophecy tools provided. But it has all been worth it as long-standing mysteries are being revealed.
Never has the church seen such a tremendous outpouring of prophetic revelations in church histry as it has today, even the already disproved prophecies of the church ( pre-1986, of course) pales in comparison to today's revelations.

The problem, according to Winkfield, is that prophecy prior to today was incomplete. It needed Dave to come along and set things straight.
The study of prophecy is an extremely rewarding pursuit yet one that can leave you feeling incomplete. Think about it. Despite all the Church has learned in recent years, and even over decades, nagging questions remain. The more we know, the more we want to know—leaving us unable to be completely satisfied. Paul knew this.
Paul also said we know and prophesy “in part.” This phrase is most crucial to recognize—and accept.
The phrase itself is not mysterious. It means a division or share of something whole. The same Greek word, rendered “piece” in Luke 24:42, was used to show Christ was given a part of a fish to eat after His resurrection. Interestingly, the root word for “part” is tied to an allotment, which is “a portion of something given.”
The apostle completes his thought by saying, “when that which is perfect [whole or complete] is come, then that which is in part shall be done away” (I Cor. 13:10).
What was Paul’s point? Prophetic knowledge comes in parts or sections. It is doled out by a loving God in allotments. This is the lesson with which Daniel had to come to grips. Paul’s use of “we” in verse 9 shows that this principle applies not just to individuals, but to the Church collectively. God gives knowledge of prophecy to His chief servants in portions, who then preach it to the Church. Come to grips with God’s process. 
According to Winkfield God dishes out "allotments" to his one true prophet that supersedes all other previous prophecies. Here a little, there a little.  that is why when Dave erases previous sermons or pulls them out of circulation it is because he has received a new allotment of understanding. this sadly leads to confusion in the RCG and members become disillusioned.  It is always the member's fault of getting caught up in church prophets lies, and never the liar himself. It's their fault they believed him in the first place.
Some in God’s Church over the years have gotten excited about prophecy, but mistakenly gone a step further and built their entire faith on the Church’s current level of prophetic understanding. When God inevitably gives another allotment of prophecy, leading to an update in our belief in how things will occur, their entire foundation is shaken. Occasionally it is shaken to the point of causing doubt and they go spiraling out of the Church. Instead of revelation being a blessing, it becomes a stumbling block. This should not be.
Notice the next things Winkfield says.  It is a new excuse when propecehs do no tocme tp pas and the prophet has to make a new revelation. God has not "perfected" his revelation. Any changes that coem later are the result of God "perfecting" the previous revelations.
Only after the prophesied event is “perfect,” meaning it occurred, will we have full knowledge of the event. Read that sentence again. Anyone expecting to have a complete and total understanding of a prophetic event prior to its fulfillment is doomed to fail! Do not allow partial knowledge of prophecy to needlessly frustrate you. Imagine if Daniel got into a bad attitude after the angel told him he could not know it all.
Apparently, everything Dave utters is incomplete and therefore members should NOT take them entirely as the final word. This gives Winkfield and others the excuse to excuse the failed lies of Dave.
Children are known for their insatiable curiosity. While they may not fully understand their world, they do not give up trying to comprehend. Understanding prophecy sparks curiosity in all of us. We are naturally eager to learn and to know details of what the future will bring. We may ponder: How long do we have until the end? What will Christ look like when He returns to His Temple? What is that army that surrounds Jerusalem? What exactly does “exousia” feel like? The questions go on.
Like children, we must continually seek to understand. However, as we slowly learned during our transition from childhood into adulthood, the accumulation of knowledge has its limits. No human being can know everything. (Except for Dave) As the famous saying goes, “The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don’t know.” As we mature, we learn that the amount of information in our world far outstrips our ability to contain it. The Bible does not even include everything Christ did (John 21:25). Paul’s child/man analogy thus is a fitting one for understanding prophecy.
While God requires us to have a suitable grasp of prophetic knowledge for salvation, He does not reveal all there is to know. The pursuit of prophetic understanding builds our faith and keeps us yearning for more—yet we should not allow the quest for this knowledge to consume our thinking to the point of being unbalanced.
Ya think?  Pass that on to Dave.  If anyone is unbalanced in the church right now, it is Dave.
This is where maturity comes in. We must pursue and understand events to come in a proper way. As we have been told, it does us no good to know everything about prophecy—specifically the Kingdom of God and how it will come—if we do not do the things that it takes to be in that Kingdom.
Since when has the Church of God ever truly "do the things" of the kingdom to come? Do they really think the way the Churches of God are run today is an example of what the kingdom of God will like?  Seriously? Heaven help us if it is.
The Word of God is compared to a mirror (Jms. 1:23). While peering into it for prophetic understanding, we, like Paul, can recognize certain elements. But, because the knowledge is partial, we cannot see every detail. Does it mean the details are not there? You get the point.
Paul said he would eventually “know even as also I am known,” meaning he would someday comprehend with such crystal clarity that it would be like seeing himself face to face the way others perceive him—exactly as he is, with the utmost detail. His understanding will be full, just as ours will ultimately be. In the meantime, we must settle with the fact that our knowledge is limited.
Understanding of prophecy comes from God. Though great servants of the past—even in the 20th-century Philadelphian era—could not grasp the fullness and detail of all we are learning, (till Dave, of course) this is not an insult to them. They were no less God’s servants than Daniel, who, along with Noah and Job, was one of the greatest servants who ever lived (Ezek. 14:20). Our prophetic understanding is not a function of our greatness or superiority. Instead, it is an end-time signal and revelation of things set to occur in our lifetimes.
The ability of Dave to make prophecies with each of his new revelations
First, the amazing ability to speak all languages, whether of men or angels, is reduced to noise if one does not display the love of God (vs. 1).
Then notice this, “And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge…” (vs. 2).
Stop. Recognize that this ability would change everything. This power would allow us to fully understand all that we have studied in recent years. With it, we could effortlessly page through Scripture and fully interpret all prophecy ever written. We would know, in crystal-clear detail, everything to come. That would be amazing!
Yet Paul concludes this enviable scenario by stating that even if he understood all prophecy in perfect detail “and have not charity, I am nothing” (vs. 2). Prophetic understanding at its highest level—with an ability to understand all mysteries and possess all knowledge—yet without the love of God—leaves us void.
God unequivocally gave us His perspective on prophecy. The spiritual gifts and abilities discussed in detail in the previous chapter, even in their greatest manifestations, are inferior to displaying the love of God.
Because Dave is filled with so much love, it i ok if hsi proepches fail, becasue ofthat love.
Paul expounds on charity in I Corinthians 13:4-8 by laying out its 16 traits, which then brings us back to the beginning: “Charity never fails: but whether there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tongues, they shall cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away. For we know in part, and we prophesy in part” (vs. 8-9).
God is a Being whose thoughts and ways are vastly above our own (Isa. 55:8-9). He, for His own reasons, has decided to reveal prophetic truth at the speed and method of His choosing. It is almost certainly because the events are to soon occur. Also, the effort required to keep up over the last several years has changed you—probably more than you know. This process has sharpened your study skills and helped you build the stamina necessary to do more. Our responsibility as mature Christians is to supplement this prophetic diet with other aspects of Christian living.
Our pastor general, Mr. David Pack, who has written and preached more about the subjects of prophecy and Christian living than anyone, tied both together: “Ultimately…every sermon on Christian living has a prophecy element in it, because your goal is to be part of the Kingdom of God—and that’s all about and the centerpiece of prophecy.” He also stated, “So every time you work on yourself, every time you’re seeking to grow and become more like Jesus Christ…being ready to be a judge to help people all over the world…that’s the ultimate essence of prophecy.”
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Supplementing our prophetic diet is easier than ever with all the tools available on our website and in our library of materials. Is it more work? Yes, it is. But what could be more rewarding? Eternal life is at stake.
We have long understood that prophecies “fail” (I Cor. 13:8), meaning these events will eventually come to pass and will never happen again. Prophecy has a shelf life. Love, however, never fails. Because God is love (I John 4:8), charity is therefore eternal. It, along with faith and hope, will always be relevant. 
Love.  The Restored Church of God is based upon it!   Tell that to the marriages and families split apart by Dave.
It is a privilege to understand prophesied events. To avoid being on the wrong side of them, however, we must not focus solely on the accumulation of this precious knowledge.
Remain patient and balanced in your approach to prophecy; grow in faith, hope and love. And—most importantly—“live the Book.” 
It is too bad RCG members are so preoccupied with prophecy when every single sermon given by Dave is supposedly filled with new prophetic truth. Just how many times now has Jesus been prophecied to return to Wardsworth and he is still no there. Unless he is shopping at the Giant Eagle and we just done know it yet.