False Prophet Ronald Weinland spoke from Columbia, MO yesterday to citizens thereof whose state nickname has escaped them. God decided this time to listen to Shawn Christal’s prayer for no technical problems with the Internet audio feed. His message dealt little with prophecy and more with emphasizing church government and how God only works from the top down through one man. Ron is that man, despite having rebelled against God’s appointed man Joseph Tkach who succeeded God’s End Time Elijah Herbert Armstrong.
He reminded PKG members impatient for the Great Tribulation that we were blessed that it had not yet arrived although it soon would. And how God blessed them by allowing Ron to give the 50th “Truth” sermon in 2008 the week following when he shut down the first timeline instead of having to wait 3 months for the Feast of Trumpets.
Ron spent the sermon reviewing the first of Herbie’s truths. It appears that he will spend the sermons between now and the Feast reviewing the rest of the 50-odd truths including the ones invented by Ron. Maybe his big Last Great Day sermon will explain how he’s still God’s apostle even though he’s not a witness. Perhaps he won’t waste the money he’s setting aside for another Google advertising push because he’s getting more response from Europe even though it’s the US that’s supposed to primarily suffer during the 40 weeks of judgment, of which 40% has already elapsed.
Ron railed against the websites who don’t give poor Herbert Armstrong a break now 25 years after his death by ending their criticizing of him, although Herbie worship on his website and that of his member Tony Wilson is certainly OK. Herbie’s critics have nearly committed the unpardonable sin. I probably have committed the unpardonable sin by my criticism of God’s Two End-Time Witnesses and will be spared the Lake of Fire as it won’t be necessary to resurrect me for the Great White Throne judgment. Also will be spared the Great Tribulation by my speedy death resulting from Weinland’s death curse against me issued over 2 & 1/2 years ago. Sweet.