Saturday, February 18, 2012

Ronald Weinland: You Can’t Understand

A Prophet’s Log (Flush)
Christ’s Return (Summary)
Countdown: 105 Days
Remaining Sabbaths: 12
Fulfilled Prophecies: 1
Ron’s Death Toll: 0

False prophet and Spokesman Witness Ronald Weinland spoke from Toronto, Canada this Sabbath.

The question of the 5 months was not settled last week as some members did not buy Ron’s baloney… err explanation. A nervous sounding Ron explained that 5 months was not really 5 months. The more he explained the more nervous he sounded. He reminded members that they cannot understand God’s word until God gives it - through him of course. I bet the silence was thundering in his ears. As quickly as possible Ron jumped into the safety of the past the whole Tkach thing *yawn*

The Silent Thunders are thundering ominously. Another week down until Ron’s downfall. On a happier note...

Congratulations on your beautiful baby boy, Kirrily. Yay!

Some funnies

Tick Tock.

The Andrew G. slide rule correction for cats who can't subtract very well...105 days and 12 Sabbaths remain.

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


Anonymous said...

Where can you 'hear' his sermons?

Dill Weed said...

Hear here

Prepare thyself for exquisite boredom. You can also torture your eyes and mind with PDFs *yawn* of his sermons.

Anonymous said...

Oh God, he's so BORING. No life, no revelation, no excited conviction, no authority.

Wow. How do you manage to listen to them all, do you get councelling or therapy or anything?

Anonymous said...

You'd think with just a few short months left, the 'Elijah' of the end times would be doing more than giving teaching sermons wouldn't you.

No miracles
No prophecies
No power

Imagine sitting there listening to these sermons thinking "isn't Christ coming in May, what the heck are we doing in here listening to this?"

He teaches by referring to a biblical text and syas "now we've been all through this before..."



Anonymous said...


Ah..but PROFITS do! :)

Eric said...

Some telling comments in his latest sermon. In the first nine minutes he was trying to sound prophetic but he came out sounding very confusing. In his sermon there is one thing that stands out to me -

“It concerns last Sabbaths sermon, there have been some questions.....”
“Over this past week there have been several who have been asking the same question concerning last Sabbaths sermon.

It’s about revelation chapter 9 and the five months time that is mentioned there

Some are still trying to figure out when this all begins and ends and candidly towards the beginning of last week there were things that I still weren’t certain of.”

Note, not just one but several and asking the same question! I think our end time prophet is getting questions from the congregation because the tribulation, wars, nuclear bombs, gathering of the armies and other “shocking” events are overdue and the natives are getting restless.

Unlike Ron I am confident they have no misunderstanding when it ends as they have been told about that date for a long time and the events leading up to it.

What they want to know is when it starts because it’s a significant amount into the five month period and there is no sign of it yet. They were expecting some really obvious events in line with his previous promises it a while ago and some of them are starting to see the writing on the wall.

March the 8th is still looking good to me.

J said...

Wow, just 12 weeks to go. I remember when that number was in the 100s. And yet, everyone is still where they were hundreds of weeks ago.

Anonymous said...

If Ron is right the Bible is wrong

Brent said...

The Bible does actually say that people cannot hear the word of God without a preacher. Unfortunately, types like Ron give people excuse not to have any loyalty to a church or obedience to a Pastor or Apostle as a means to be 'safe'.

The biigest deception is not Ron, the biggest deception is Christians who misunderstand that the Bible insists you link yourself to a church and a pastor for life and obey that leader who is above you. God is the one who judges the result, not the indiviudal Christian. Anyone here bold enough to dispute this?