Saturday, January 23, 2010

Ronald Weinland: Millions to Be Baptized into PKG!

A Prophet’s Log (Flush)
Ordinations and Baptisms Pt 4 (Summary)
Countdown: 852 Days
Remaining Sabbaths: 122
Fulfilled Prophecies: 0
Ron’s Death Toll: 0


The Elijah to come, Ronald Weinland speaks from Dallas, TX this week.

Ron recaps last week’s boring sermon. He doesn’t seem to have much to say. Massive baptisms. Millions. Incredibly exciting. Indeed.

Ron rails and rails, then rants and rails. Blah, blah, blah, blah….

Nothing new. Blah, blah, blah, blah…. The audio dropped at the last, thankfully.

Will Ron be addressing the world instead of there being a Super Bowl?

An interesting article regarding the timing of the Two Witnesses.

Cool video of the week.

Tick Tock.
Your time runs short, Ron Weinland. Judgment day is coming.
Dill Weed

5 comments:

Purple Hymnal said...

"Students of Bible prophecy from the dispensational viewpoint understand there is a Tribulation period of 7 years prior to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ."

Bzuh?!

Baywolfe said...

Huh, that's funny, I don't remember a single article in the Dallas Morning News last week regarding one of the two witnesses being in town. You think that would have made one inch headlines.

On a different note, are expensive suits and dresses a "type" of sackcloth now?

Dill Weed said...

That doesn't seem right does it Purple? Well, at least the article made the point that the Two Witnesses ministry couldn't begin at the 3 1/2 yr point.

You can't even get sackcloth at second hand stores these days. You have to buy 50 or 100 lbs of potatoes.

Dill Weed

Kirrily said...

Classic!

M. T. Hall said...

I really do have to say that Ron has a terrible speaking style and tends to give the same meaningless sermon everyweek. He never proves anything to anyone opting rather to just tell the folks what they believe and how amazing it is. I doubt the man has read a theology book or about alternative understandings of the the things he thinks he knows in his life.

Having given a few thousand WCG sermons along the way, I hear that old pattern of belief in my head talking when he talks. I know what he thinks he knows and I know that he really doesn't know anything that the thinks he does.

But, even as number one witness, he is a yawner to be sure in his style, content and delivery. I'd be in a coma or just chucking thru the whole thing if forced to listen to it.