Angelic Realm

False Prophet Ronald Weinland gave his 4th sermon of the 3rd organized feast since the First Trumpet blew for the first time.  He had his local elders Pat and Adrian give the prayers, forgiving Pat for the sermonette and even promoting him to elder.  The next sermon comes from Johnny Harrell while Ron is traveling to the feast site on Australia’s Gold Coast.  I wonder if Ron will again encounter Pastor General Joe Junior.  After all , Joe Junior may also be in Rotorua.  WCG New Zealand is also having a Feast of Tabernacles in Rotorua.

Ron got through this sermon in well under two hours, laying out the 2nd “truth” at the end.  It turns out that the angels are not immortal, and are not self-sustaining.  Angels exist only as long as they are sustained by God.   Angels were given spirit-sustaining life but were never given the holy spirit, nor ever had access to it.  Since Satan is an angel, then Weinland’s God sustains him so Weinland’s God could end this whole farce.  Instead, Weinland’s God sent us a false prophet who tells us that God lied to him which makes it OK for him to have lied to us.  And inspires Satan to commit evil and lead men astray.  So Weinland’s God must be inspiring this blog as well.  How about that!!!!

10 Comments

  • Mark says:

    So far his “new truths” don’t paint him into a corner like his book 2008: God’s Final Witness. That’s probably why he keeps to angels and demons. Next truth will probably be “Every time a bell rings and angel gets its wings”. About as interesting and provable as his first two truths.

    So has anyone in his church demanded an account of every penny that he gets from his members? How many secret bank accounts is he currently funding?

    Whatever. Any man who says God lied to him and so it is OK to lie to everyone is a con artist. I do believe, however, that saying God is a liar is committing the unpardonable sin. But since he also denies the deity of Jesus Christ, he has no truth in him. Those who follow him only have heartache and sorry in their future. They are deceived.

  • Kirrily Xpkg says:

    I wonder why Ronnie has to come here to the Gold Coast anyway? This is a much sought after holiday destination even within Oz. I mean, why not go somewhere more ‘humble’.

    Must be those Gold Coast Meter Maids Ronnie loves so much, and all the boy candy for his wench. And oh, the shopping!!

  • excogger says:

    Can’t say I have ever been to the Gold Coast, and have therefore had no experience of ogling meter maids. I would have thought that the south coast of Victoria would be a more intrinsically inspiring, observing the “12 Apostles” coastal formations. Suppose Ronnie would make 13 if he took the trouble to stand in the water to deliver his inspirational(?) monologues.

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    Maybe he would be inspired to do that at high tide. After all, he’s a Witness and won’t die until May 23, 2012 😀

  • Whisper says:

    Angles are not self sustaining?
    Ok, so like if God where not around anymore then Angles could not live on, sustaining themeselves.
    I would rather assume that if one believes in a God who is indeed the center of creation and creator of everything then nothing could simply go onward without Gods personal attention to it.
    At last count that would include, oh, say, everything…
    Is Ronals hinting that man is selfsustating? That animals are self sustaining? That the world, the solar system, the cosmos is self sustaining… but angles are not?
    Why? If everyting else is self sustaining then who really cares if Angles are or are not self sustaining?
    This is a boring truth for who cares? What difference does it make?
    The same goes for Ol Nick being a candidate for “death”, who cares? What difference does it make?
    Pretty safes truths of things that make no difference one way or the other.

    Go figure?

  • Steve says:

    “Maybe he would be inspired to do that at high tide. After all, he’s a Witness and won’t die until May 23, 2012”

    Why stop there? He could do it encircled by great white’s as well as high tide 😉

  • angel says:

    I find it interesting that all his “truths” contradict things the Bible clearly states; I always wonder, when I hear of people who do that – why not just say you don’t believe the Bible and move on to some other book or just write your own!!! Talk about needing to get a life – why try to rewrite Christianity? Just start your own religion, with your own book, and be done with it!!!

    I know I’m doing a little rant here, but I’m just so tired of his audacity in blatantly contradicting the Bible and expecting people to believe God told HIM what the REAL scoop is – and people should do this why? On the basis of his failure to prophesy accurately? On his lying statement that he would stop preaching if his predictions failed? On his flip-flopping about not changing his timeline? On his shameless claim that God lied and gave him the wrong info?

    Pitiful….okay, I’m done.

  • Ryan says:

    Now we see how it is that people do twist and distort what is said. Mr. Weinland did not call God a liar as was stated that he did, and neither did God lie to him or anybody else. This is not how he explained the second time-line.

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    Ryan, Ronnie said that the first timeline was given by God. Then he said it was wrong. So either God lied or Ronnie lied. It’s that simple, and all the BS explanations don’t fix that. Remember the FAQ?

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    Ryan, please make your responses on this other posting. I am locking comments on this posting.