An Act of God
False Prophet Ronald Weinland was in Richmond, Virginia this weekend. The local region there has not grown (actually several members have left since the sealing), so Ralph Dowd was imported to give the opening prayer and Dave Conley gave the closing.
Ron announced the ordination of yet another associate elder, having ordained Reba from Lubbock last week while in Dallas. Ron is still negotiating with the venue for the feast site in Florida, maybe he expects a discount should the oil spill migrate around the east coast to Jacksonville. I imagine the hotel is not going to bargain, expecting spillover business that would have went ordinarily to the Gulf region.
Ron had to disfellowship a member from Montana. Ron doesn’t appreciate the competition, as the df’ed member believes himself to be one of the Two Witnesses. Perhaps this member viewed this as an open position as Laura hasn’t done any prophesying recently — haven’t even heard her cackling recently.
Come to think of it, Ron hasn’t done much prophesying either. He’s minimizing his prophecy, and hasn’t even taken note that next weekend is the opening of the window for the Fifth Trumpet that he gave last fall. Saturday is the end of the first 280-day revised time that began with the Feast of Trumpets last fall. I wonder why Ron didn’t call a fast as he did for the end of the first half-time back in February. In the meantime, he is happy about the destruction of the statue shown on the right which burned down after being struck down by lightning. This was not the result of a plague called down from heaven by the Spokesman Witness during one of his many trips past it on his way to preach to the faithful in the Toledo/Detroit area.
Ron was reluctant to give the name of the pet lamb he had while growing up. Ron, I could care less what you named your lamb as a child. What I care about is the abuse you lay on your sheep as an adult.