End of the End-Time
False Prophet Ronald Weinland was in Windsor CT (between Springfield MA and Hartfort CT) this weekend. While Mitch Williams, his senior elder for the area, gave the closing prayer, Ron had Ralph Dowd from Cincinnati give the opening. Wonder why elder John Giannotta of nearby New York was not given mike time. Could it be that John is one of the elders who is hedging his bets by putting some cash in reserve for the unlikely event that Christ doesn’t return on Memorial Day weekend?
Ron announced some tweaks to his upcoming itinerary but still plans to travel to Europe, visiting the Netherlands two weeks before Pentecost and London the last weekend before the one that Christ doesn’t return. Ron advised his groupies planning to follow him to Europe not to do so. Seems one of his acolytes even plans to travel to Israel. Why bother to do that, when you will be able to view Ron and Laura’s bodies lying in the streets of Jerusalem on TV? Have some faith, after all Ron says in his book that it will be on TV, and everything is coming to pass exactly as written in his books.
While Satan put thoughts in Ron’s head back on the day of Atonement that Christ would not return on Pentecost, it was Jesus who gave Ron the Last Great Day sermon during which he messed with his followers’ heads, resulting in at least one who required professional help to recover. Ron’s sermon was all about faith, starting out in Hebrews 11. He again compared himself to Noah, who was mocked (even though the Internet didn’t exist) for building an ark. How could someone not ignore the abject failures of all of Ron’s prophecies and give up so close to the end?
Ron also read in 1 Corinthians 10:23, with his point being that one should give a good example, refraining from certain acts which while lawful could be lead others astray. Ron should have had that in mind before leading IRS Criminal Investigation to conduct a 3 1/2 year investigation leading to a criminal indictment.
Ron has thrown money yet again into Google advertising, claiming search results have increased 20-25% per week. While traffic statistics from alexa.com indicate that Ron’s web traffic is increasing, he’ll have to increase it significantly above 0.002% of web users before he dies in 8 weeks if he wants people to celebrate his death by exchanging gifts and watching the live coverage of his bodies on TV.
Ron promises a unique sermon next weekend, which is to be a fast of Thanksgiving to God for delaying the Great Tribulation for so long. There is to be a new focus. Ron made no direct reference to Christ’s return in 9 weeks. Could this be the beginning of the course correction needed to lead PKG around the shoals of the failure of his ultimate prophecy?