A Sobering Jolt

As I predicted in my post on Wednesday, Terry Wrozek filled in for False Prophet Ronald Weinland on the third weekend in a row that he has missed delivering a sermon.  God’s most formidable prophet apparently is still dealing with the aftereffects of appendicitis.  I say “apparently” because Terry didn’t breath a single word about his spiritual idol.  There were no indications of others present during Terry’s sermon, so I believe that he recorded it in a room by himself.

With a bit more research including consultation with someone who has a medical background, here’s possibly what has happened:  On the Day of Atonement, Ron started his episode with appendicitis.  He suffered severe abdominal pain and was not able to deliver the sermon that day.  His appendix then ruptured and the pain subsided enough that he was able to travel to New Zealand, meet the son of the Man of Sin in an airport, and deliver 4 new trivial “truths” during the feast of tabernacles.  However, stomach bile and fecal matter were oozing into his abdominal cavity via the perforated appendix, and infection set in in forcing him to seek medical attention after the feast of tabernacles (two weeks ago).  The delay in seeking medical attention means that his recovery is delayed more than normal as he deals with the resulting complications.

If my speculation is correct, then I expect that when and if he returns Ron will spin the situation as God battling Satan, holding back the appendicitis until after he could deliver his 4 “truths”. <barf>

Strenuous activity is to be avoided for a time after an appendectomy.  But two weeks on, he should have recovered enough to be able to deliver a sermon.  Word is that he often speaks sitting down, which normally works given the crowds of a dozen or so he speaks to in smaller hotel conference rooms.  But it seems that he’s bedridden and in such bad shape that he couldn’t even prepare and record a sermon from bed.  Perhaps even more could be read from the lack of any status from Terry, but maybe the Spokesman Witness will be back next week thundering about critics who lie, twist, and distort.  In some cases appendicitis can be fatal, but that can’t possibly happen to Ron as he has to remain alive to be killed by the Beast Power in the streets of Jerusalem on May 23, 2012 as the Asiatic Hordes gather nearby in the Valley of Meggiddo for the great battle to commence the following weekend.  Besides, it’s my fate to die speedily from the inside according to the curse he issued against me 95 weeks ago.

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  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Ah, but you see Mike, 95 weeks is “speedy” in terms of eternity because God has spoken to Ron, and ‘speedily’ in Hebrew means “whenever you die which proves Ron Weinland was right because of course whatever day you die on can have a sacred number permutated out of it and arbitrarily chosen”. For God sakes, don’t you know the truth!? Read Ron’s newest book ” How Every Number is equal to Every Other Number because Numbers all contain Numbers” (N = 2XN, ergo N = [N + tithing]).

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    I must say, that makes more sense than what Ron says 😀

  • I think Avalokiteshvara might be onto something here… Mike, say you die of extreme old age 50 years from now. Stack that up against eternity and the grim reaper came for you like Speedy Gonzales! On a serious note, I wonder what will happen should Ron not recover? Will Laura take the reins? Who will take the mantle of witness 2.0? Heavy sigh.

  • Atrocious says:

    If Peritonitis was in his system for that long of period, he indeed was in deep trouble.

    I had a relative who’s bowel ruptured and she almost died in the helicopter transporting her to the hospital. During surgery they didn’t expect her to live, but she did. It was a long, hard road to travel for a long time after that.

    I wonder if he was waiting for God to heal him, and that’s why he didn’t seek medical help until it was [almost] too late? And, since he wasn’t healed, I wonder if he is wondering why? Especially since “God told him” that he is one of the two witnesses? I wonder if he is wondering if he was listening to the wrong voice? I hope so.

    In any case, he was probably very critically ill. I wonder why they didn’t mention it during the taped sermon?

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Oh you poor Laeodicean people! You are forgetting that the Two Witnesses have/will have the power to call down fire, kill Mike, not require antibiotics for any and all necrotic fluids internal or external…BUT the Bible doesn’t say they will USE them in any particular fashion or time. This will be another way Ron will wiggle out of Mike’s heretically good health! Ron, “in his mercy” will keep God’s power at bay because Ron is a just and merciful Witness and has “clearly” taken on “Mike’s” illness because as we all know Ron is “a type of Christ/Elijah/sandwich/rollerskate/lemur” and by taking on illness becomes “a type of Mike”.

    I was a WWCG member for 25 years…I’ve got mad skillz in this shizzle.

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    Careful there, Avalo. Ronnie will take your riff and run with it. 😀

  • Mark says:

    Remember…the information about him is being carefully controlled and orchestrated by him. He is only letting known what he wants to be let known because he knows his flock may see that the gate is open and run. He’s protecting the gate.

  • avalokiteshvara says:

    Holy crap Mark you are totally right! Ron is a border collie and the sheep he is herding is the memory of HWA in his flock’s mind. He is carefully writing HWA out and editing himself in while being careful not to overwrite the idea of ‘Pastor General’-ness. No wonder he still has an audience. Only a bunch of ex-WWCG types would still be hanging on. That is even more heartbreaking, considering how those last few will feel once they wake up.

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    Weinland does have around 200 who are ex-WCG as of the time of Tkach’s apostasy and therefore are sealed as part of the 144,000 to be changed to spirit being when Christ doesn’t return in about 20 months.

    But the majority of Weinland’s church members do not have a WCG background. The same for fence sitters like Mal who hangs around the forum, dazzled by Weinland’s signs and lying wonders.

  • Whisper says:

    Ron has now had two (2) serious life threatening medical situations, one would think for ones own preservation that just maybe Ron is not immune to death? All delusion aside when the intense pain hits and the medical procedures are under way and the doctors are telling you, straight to your face, that you are in danger then 99.99% of people will find that they can indeed pull out of the “I am an anointed of God” delusion and see ones mortality right in front of you. Ron can be taught after all, he does not prophecy any more as he indeed learned from all the failures. He (and wife) can learn from this 2nd wake up call. God is not a shield around him. God does not have his back. He is not immortal until that anointed day in 2012. He is human, he is typical of the species. He can be harmed, even mortally. He should know this now. How will he react? What does he think of the sheeples and there ability to see this for themselves? No wonder nothing was said during the sermon, no talk of ill Ron at all is darn right! It’s damage control and it is critical. How can the anointed of God become so ill and be so near death when he is the most powerful human being to have ever been born? It’s just impossible for him to die or become very ill as God is with him? You see? No more than simply mortal and no greater than the rest. Typical.

    Go figure?

  • Martin Ortiz says:

    In light of Ronald Weinland The False Prophet’s sickness, let’s re-examine what the bible says about the true Two Witnesses

    Revelation 11:3
    (3) And I will give unto my two witnesses, and they shall prophesy a thousand two hundred and threescore days, clothed in sackcloth.

    He is sick, and can not preach. He has not been able to preach for these past two weeks, and probably will not preach for another week or two. Thus the above verse is not fulfilled. Not unless you want to tack on, an extra 2 or 3 or 4 weeks, for him to fulfill the 1260 days of preaching (which of course invalidates the bible verse). But then even if one could do this his prophecy that Christ would return would of necessity also be postponed, and then again his claims as a true prophet is invalidated.

    But here is a bible prophecy that WILL BE FULFILLED in him, and his followers.

    They will be given strong delusion, so that they will believe the lie.

    2 Thessalonians 2:10-11 (10) and with all deceit of unrighteousness in those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth, so that they might be saved. (11) And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie,

    I do not believe he will die, because false prophets have their place in prophecy.

    There purpose is this :
    Deu 13:3 thou shalt not hearken unto the words of that prophet, or unto that dreamer of dreams: for the LORD your God proveth you, to know whether ye love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul.

  • Marc Cebrian says:

    If Ron were to die of this…you could say he “died speedily from the inside.” The God of Abraham has been known to use the words of evil men against themselves. Just ask the Pharaoh of Egypt.

  • Kirrily Xpkg says:

    I wonder if he is still here in Australia?

  • angel says:

    It is very odd, and telling, that no mention was made of Ron’s condition. In my experience, if someone at church as high profile as a pastor becomes ill and is unable to preach for any length of time; an explanation/update on his condition/recovery is always made – typically with requests for prayer. In this case it is even more glaringly obvious that they are either hiding something or trying very hard to downplay the situation; Ron is not just a pastor, he claims to be God’s end-time prophet and one of the Two Witnesses – a powerful person who cannot be harmed by his enemies and has a serious ministry to perform – to see him laid low by such an ordinary illness does nothing to enhance his already non-powerful reign as the Not-The-End-Yet Prophet.

    So far he has failed to do anything true prophets or the Witnesses are supposed to be able to do, much less things as mundane as stopping people from mocking him and recovering non-miraculously from a very commonplace ailment.

    Another pitiful chapter in the story of the prophet that couldn’t….

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    Kirrily, my guess is that if he’s too weak to deliver a sermon, then he’s too weak to travel. I’ve traveled to the western Pacific, several decades ago, my recollection is a grueling 18-hour flight. Due to the way time zones worked, landed in California at about the same time we took off.

  • Brent says:

    His curse on you has fallen on him don’t you think.

    He can’t even recover from appendicitus yet we can pray for my terminally ill friend with three days to live and he recovers. Am I better than Ron? It seems so. I can take Rons place in jerusalem if he can’t make it in 2012!!!

  • Atrocious says:

    I’m hoping that he had a “near death experience” and was told of his “evilness” while he was unconscious. It’ll be interesting to see what he says when he recovers enough to start preaching again.

  • xHWA says:

    HEY!! I feel ripped off!!

    The Witness was supposed to preach for a specific amount of time. No more, no less. Now, because of this illness, he’s robbed us of several weeks from that time. Harrell and Wrozek aren’t the Witness. They’re preaching DOESN’T COUNT! **Preemptive B.S.! I call preemptive B.S. if he tries to say it does count!**
    Ron owes us the full amount of preaching! Is he going to push back the goal post to make up for this? **Preemptive B.S. #2!! I call preemptive B.S. on this too, if he tries this!!**

  • angel says:

    xHWA,

    You feel ripped off? I say thank God for, in this case, big favors! The less preaching he does the better! 🙂

    Far as I’m concerned, he’s fallen short on preaching time from the beginning; when I read about the two witnesses, I get the sense that they are full-time preachers – working practically around the clock. Whenever I hear of a preacher who only “works” one day a week, I always think his congregation is getting ripped off if he’s living off their offerings; particularly if he doesn’t seem to be doing much more than taking all week to prepare his next sermon – lame. Most of the pastors at the churches I’ve been to over the years do 2-4 services on Sunday, a mid-week study, men’s study during the week. They’re also speakers at things like couple’s/family retreats, men’s/pastor’s conferences; they do weddings and funerals, visit and pray for the sick, oversee all the ministries that take place in the church, etc.

    PKG members don’t get alot of bang for their buck; bogus books, failed prophecies, and sermons that don’t sound like they took a week to study for – personally I wonder if his taking time off to recover isn’t partly about stalling for time – must be tough to keep coming up with something to keep the sheeples distracted and entertained.

  • Kirrily Xpkg says:

    Wouldn’t it be funny if he not only dies speedily from the inside, but 40 months or some other God number from the day he claimed himself to be witness, or from start of first or second tribulation, or some other date….

  • xHWA just said “Preemptive BS #2″… Well it would have to be #2 wouldnt it? Thank you, thank you, I’ll be here all week… 😀

  • GD says:

    Dear Ronald
    My wife has now filed for divorce ,so not only will she lose our 2 children but also the man who has loved and tried to protect her for 15 years .
    Well done .I hope you are happy ! I hate to think what the end result will be of what you have done to my beautiful wife and our family !

  • avalokiteshvara says:

    If what you have posted is indeed true GD, then Ronald is truly the successor to HWA and his reign of hypocrisy. Looks like he can now carry that on his spiritual tab as well, Homewrecker-General, endtime “Shit”-ness, Holy Profit, and such.

  • Mark says:

    Sadly, if Ron wasn’t on the scene anymore, there would be yet another somebody who would claim to be God’s end-time prophet. He could call Ron Weinland a “type of Elijah” and set his own dates. Just change the P.O. box on the website and the new “prophet” can continue the tradition of going to the mailbox and depositing the loot in a bank account.

    I may just be next in line. I am sure they would never know.

  • angel says:

    Oh, you can bet there will continue to be false prophets until Kingdom come. As long as there are people to deceive and money to be made, some will succumb to the temptation to get their 15 minutes of spiritual fame. He’s not even the only false end-time prophet right now.

    All we can do is identify them and keep sounding the warning in the hopes that some people will wise up and walk away from them.

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    “Looks like he can now carry that on his spiritual tab as well, Homewrecker-General”

    Sad to say, GD’s situation is not unique. I’m glad to hear that he will keep his kids.

  • Kirrily Xpkg says:

    Most of you here are much nicer than I am, so forgive me, but:-

    I wish Ron would die. Painfully. I hope his wench suffers watching him die. I hope that the US Tax Office seizes all their assets. I then hope that Laura kills herself. I then hope that their children become destitute and live the rest of their lives in poverty and pain.

    Ron is an evil, evil man. His bitch is no better, nor are his children who support in, and nor are any of his followers.

    Do I hate them? Absolutely. Right now I do. I’m so sorry GD, but looks like you are better off without her. I know you probably still love her, but the woman you were married to, and loved, is gone forever. Even if she left the cult today, she will never be the same.

    So yeah, right now I hate the lot of them. And I think I am entitled.

  • avalokiteshvara says:

    I think the Silent Witness is in even more spiritual trouble for letting this crap continue. She sleeps with him every night, and supports his crazy shit. Please 2nd Witness, “cancel the show”…

  • angel says:

    Sadly, there is often a woman behind a cult leader who either encourages and exhorts him to continue, or enables him to continue by supporting him and giving him her unconditional loyalty. Such a woman is an accomplice to his crimes and bears the responsibility of doing nothing to stop him. Laura has followed or helped lead him into his present darkness; theirs is a dark path strewn with the debris of lies and the damage they bring. How they can look in the mirror or face each other, God only knows.

  • Steve says:

    Lets face it…if they “really” had the powers that they are supposed to have, they “would” be murdering innocent people left right and centre so yeah they deserve everythin bad that happens. Kirrily, i agree with your “healthy” rant about ronald mcdonald….it is GOOD to have a healthy hatred of trash like him/it…i don’t see it can be any other way because the only alternative is to love him or be neutral which to me is very bad as it would be supporting his actions whether physically or spiritually/energy wise. Anyway glad to see some people still have some fire in their heart in directing anger at those who deserve it…too many people are soft and merciful to the cruel and “UNmerciful”…which is why people like weinland get away with what they do….keep that feelin alive for it is the key to all that is important in life.

  • Whisper says:

    Willfully giving up 2 children and a protecting husband for a “pie-in-the-sky” preachers plan for cult enlargement is sick.
    Now that being said, there might be more to it than that, but cashing in ones family for spiritual (mental?) roller coaster ride in a cult is beyond the pale. Yet another family torn apart by one mad-man’s rantings. Kirrily is right, Ron is evil.
    The silver lining in it is that the maladies of age are catching up with Ron -and- his timeline is running short now.

    Go figure?

  • jand says:

    According to his “upcoming trips” list, he is scheduled to be in Las Vegas this coming Saturday, 10-23. . . . .

  • jack635 says:

    Kirrily,
    I agree the best place for Ron is in the ground where he cannot do anymore harm. Medicine is really amazing nowadays. He will most likely recover.

  • jack635 says:

    He will most likely recover and use his “miraculous” escape from death as proof of his being superprophet.

  • Jeff says:

    I went to their feast of trumpets in Georgia, a couple years back. The mood in the room was very tense as we listened to the sound of Weinland chastening us for reasons I can’t remember.

    Everyone had this slumped posture, crouched over their Bibles as Weinland made his points and called on scriptures. I remember one man who had such an unhappy, scowling look on his face. I spoke with him after the lecture was over, during the mingling session, and remember that look in his eyes. Such a dead, certain, and old look of someone no longer open to counterpoint or discovery.

    I gave them all the cash I had at the time, on the offering plate. Little did I know at the time, it happened to be exactly $40.

    I wanted to see them again the next week but became so irate in the car on the way there, I stopped, turned around, and wrote them off. Something inside me was on fire.

    There was no love in that room. I’ve been thrown down in life many times and love lifts you up, for free. This spirit was not there.