Sunday, April 26, 2009

The Angry Prophet

A Prophet’s Log (Flushing Sound)
In Awe of God (but, not paying tithes) Pt 2 (Sermon Summary)
Countdown: 1125 Days
Remaining Sabbaths: 161
Number of Fulfilled Prophecies: 0

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In Awe of God (but, not paying tithes). Ron’s got a lifestyle to maintain people! Don’t make him call down judgment.

Ron comments on gaseous formations in space and dumbfounds himself. We can’t comprehend the capacity of God to plan and mold, etc. (We know that God can, however, supply prophets who prophecies come true and even prophets who exercise God given powers.)

It’s all planned!!!! (Inappropriate emphasis Ron’s, not mine.)

Ron is really worked up today. (Sigh) This is going to be a l-o-n-g sermon err… diatribe (Noun - A bitter, sharply abusive denunciation, attack, or criticism.) That sums it up nicely.

Springfield, MA this week. Denver next week, Blah, blah, blah, blah….

Ron refuses to cure a church member’s cancer.

Ron sighs and says he glad he’s not one of the sinners he left behind in other COG churches. (So, he’s glad he’s not a hypocrite like other people. There’s something in the bible about this - someone who sees themself as better than others.)

2nd Passover – there’s still some flat bread left. *yawn*

News Flash – Death is a reality of life! (Of course, most people can’t comprehend this without *yawn* Ron’s assistance.) Sheesh.

Ron bellyaches about members not paying tithes. (One wonders would God allow his Two Witnesses’ ministry to be stymied by lack of tithes?) Blah, blah, blah, blah….

I zoned out there for a minute, but Ron said… “Blah, blah, blah, blah….”

Ron mentions swine flu in passing then rails on about 40,000 people killed on the nation's highways, the 20,000 killed by drunk drivers and people on cell phones. He could have mentioned all the people killed by gun violence, too. There was an article about it in the New York Times. (All these plagues, not brought to you by Ron, the 1st of the Two Witnesses of Revelation. When will Ron smite the wicked as often as he *yawn* chooses?)

Ron calls out hypocrites, but misses the scriptures’ application to him. He calls out some committing adultery and others with the audacity to not tithe.

God looks unfavorably on false prophecy, too Ron.

He is not a prophet whose prophecies fail.

Aw, heck, one more, *yawn*

Tick Tock. Your time runs short, Ron Weinland.

Dill Weed

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