False Prophet Ronald Weinland may be on a post-feast cruise. His sermon posted on the website for this weekend was recorded last week in a hotel room in Hawaii. Not a conference room, but in Ron’s suite. The end of the sermon was interrupted several times and cut short as the hotel wanted Ron to check out and give their room back.
Ron gave a few announcements. The ministerial meeting is now to be on December 17 at an undisclosed location with all the evangelists and senior elders. The ranks of which have increased with the promotion of Leonard McGlynn in Canada to senior elder. Took Ron 11 months to break his word of last November that the ordination of Mitch Williams to senior elder was the last.
The sermon topic continued from his Last Great Day sermon two days earlier in which he describes what he eventually near the end of that sermon characterized as a visit from Satan. It seemed that many members took his statement near the beginning of the sermon as a clear statement by Ron admitting that Christ would not return next May, after which they “shut down” and didn’t get the end of the sermon where he took it all back. Some members were panicked by this. Yet others showed total resolve, as Ron read a couple of emails from members who stated they had confidence and would continue to follow Ron even if Christ doesn’t return.
Ron did more manipulation, warning that members should not lean to their own understanding but should rely on Ron. (Pssst!! If you’re questioning Ron, you have better understanding than he does.) Citing the example of a lion tamer mauled by his charges after stumbling in the cage, he warned his members not to stumble. He mocked those who have left over Ron’s failings as actually using that as an excuse to leave for other reasons such as sex. But Ron is disfellowshipping a member who had the audacity to recommend the book of Enoch to another member. Ron’s solution to members being attacked by spirit beings/logical thinking was to listen to the hymns (available on the PKG website).
Ron also used the sermon to set up for a further delay of the great tribulation. Referring to the last hour which could be 60 days, Europe might not arise to until that time, at the end of March next year. Since the event might be the passing of a law or something initially more benign than “nukes”, Ron may conduct Passover in Australia again next year. What happened to the five months of torment? What will motivate millions to join PKG before Christ returns?
The most appropriate part of the service happened before the sermon, as his brother-in-law from Colby in western Kansas, Scott Cameron (who has his own Country and Western band), played a song on a ukelele just before the sermon. Keep marching folks, someday maybe you’ll reach the other side of the rainbow.