The Last Feast

Back in June of 2006, False Prophet Ronald Weinland announced that he would not be planning for feast observances beginning in 2008, and that 2007 would be the last organized Feast of Tabernacles for the Church of God – PKG.  The Great Tribulation was to begin early in 2008.

The main site for the 2007 feast observance by PKG was in Lexington, Kentucky with a few scattered groups gathering in remote locations such as New Zealand and Australia.  A number of overseas members including Wayne Matthews and others from Australia and Europe traveled to Lexington to attend.  Weinland later described the numbers attending the 2007 PKG Feast as:

You know, last year, at the Feast, if you counted everybody, maybe even some dogs and cats, uh, maybe 450. Total. Worldwide.

The picture below was taken in the meeting room in Lexington.

Church of God PKG 2007 Feast of Tabernacles, Ronald and Laura Weinland

Church of God PKG 2007 Feast of Tabernacles

This picture shows both of the Two Witnesses schmoozing their flock.  I wonder what the topic of conversation was between the Silent Witness ( in the red blouse and dark skirt on the right) and the young man.

It turns out that 2007 was not the last organized feast for PKG.  For both 2008 and 2009, PKG met for the first day and the last 4 days in most locations.  And this year’s feast, over halfway into the original pre-revision 1260-day Great Tribulation, and almost a Time and a half-Time into his current shortened 980-day Great Tribulation, is to be observed for the full 8 days.

As will be the 2012 Feast of Tabernacles, unless something non-spiritual intervenes, such as Ron being sent to prison.  But that would turn out to be spiritual too.  After all, some of the apostles went to jail, and Ron is an apostle too, among other things.

17 Comments

  • GD says:

    Just more proof that his sheeple believe all he says even when it is proved to be lies. they follow him blindly for the promise of eternal life .If it was not ruining peoples lives it would be as amusing as life of Brian !! I think I would rather follow the shoe or the holy gourd.

  • Whisper says:

    450 world wide… one may count ones blessing that Ron is destroying only that many families instead of thousands or tens of thousands…
    But one evil is one evil to many, best that the IRS take Ronald away to the club fed resort for a while.

    Has anyone noticed that the Germans are gaining medals at the 2010 Olympics in record proportions? Could this be the long awaited first awakening of the Beast that will trample the USA (amoung other nations)? Well, not exactly world domination, but hey a beast has got to start somewhere ya know?

    Go figure?

  • jack635 says:

    You know, last year, at the Feast, if you counted everybody, maybe even some dogs and cats, uh, maybe 450. Total. Worldwide.

    Even if Ron does go to jail for a short period of time, the feasts will continue. And they will continue well after 2012. Even if he only ends up with a hundred members after the IRS hammer comes down, 100 X $2000 = $200,000. That is a nice income.

    But if his members believe his incarceration is persecution, as Ron will point out using the bible, most will remain in the delusional mire. They will make his income even more than $200K. He will continue feasting until he retires. Or drops dead.

  • RK says:

    “Even if Ron does go to jail for a short period of time, the feasts will continue. And they will continue well after 2012.”

    So true.

    If something should happen to RW, someone else (maybe Wayne Matthews, who knows) will probably get a “revelation” that THEY are now the chosen one to carry on.

    The “work” will still have to be done. After all, it IS the “true church”. Right ?

  • Whisper says:

    I would figure that if one of the “enlightened followers” of Wienlandism goes for the gold and attempts to be the “chose one to carry on” if Ron goes to club fed then Mrs. Witless will fight tooth and nail via the internet, the telephone, and the casting of the weekly broadcasts. For no sharper than the serpents tooth is the ire of a slighted silent witness! On the other hand it would be rather fun to hear and read of such in-fighting in Ron’s delusional church.

    Go figure?

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    I have a feeling that if convicted, Apostle Ron would come up with yet new truth that allows women to preach in church.

    When he ordained Johnny and Wayne as evangelists early in 2008, he said there wouldn’t be any more. But now Terry is an evangelist too.

    When he ordained Laura as prophetess, he said she was the only woman who would be ordained, but now he’s ordained more.

    When he started ordaining more women, he said they wouldn’t be allowed to preach, but ______________________.

  • jack635 says:

    “yet new truth”

    Indeed! He’s not just a prophet, Ron is a witness, apostle, the elijah to come. etc., etc. He can change anything at anytime according to his power. His members follow his every word because they have given him this power.

    I can imagine him writing letters from prison to be read aloud in the churches and touted as sermons in the spirit of Paul.

  • Dill Weed says:

    If Ron goes to jail there will be a power struggle and like the COGs that went before it, it will splinter and some former elders will go on to discover themselves to be apostles, and yeah and lo, prophets.

    Dill of Weed

  • Dave says:

    Hi Mike, some week’s back you said Ron made mention of another radio interview he has given. Apparently he was not going to post it on his website. Is there any evidence to support this interview took place?

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    All I have about the interview was Ron’s statement that it wasn’t worth posting because it was boring. I think he should let me decide for myself, as I am well acquainted with boring considering his recent sermons. Otherwise, I’ll think the interview was the opposite of boring, that Ron didn’t fare too well during this interview.

    J, I thought your mother wouldn’t travel. Did she make the long trek 3 time zones away to Lexington in 2007?

  • Dave says:

    “I think he should let me decide for myself, as I am well acquainted with boring considering his recent sermons.”
    LOL 🙂

  • Steve says:

    Notice how laura is chattin up the young guy as usual

  • Kirrily Xpkg says:

    Yeah, she sure flirted with my husband – even invited him to go to service even though he wasn’t a ‘believer’. At the time I thought God was telling her something about him, and that soon Tony would believe that Ronnie was who he said he was. Thankfully that never happened. But yeah, she is certainly a major flirt alright lol.

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    Cougar?

  • Steve says:

    lol at “cougar”

  • joe says:

    hey if ron can’t control, edit or delete what he wants he will not put it on his website or talk about remeber he is the next elijah to come
    just like his books for the irs case

  • jl says:

    This cult stole my husband after 21 years of marriage. He is totally brainwashed and now we are going through a divorce.