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Three Days to the Seventh Seal

Better book those eagle tickets people! If you get there in time to volunteer for the set-up crew, you might even be appointed permanent usherships in  the “new” Ambassador Auditorium!

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Written by weinlandwatch

March 15, 2008 at 3:38 pm

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  1. But a tornado ripped through downtown Atlanta Friday night — on God’s Sabbath, no less!

    Once again, Satan is stirring up weather trouble right before the Holy Days! And as the big day of March 18 approaches!!!!!!!

    Richard

    March 16, 2008 at 2:10 am

  2. Veeeeeeeeeeeery funny. 🙂

    weinlandwatch

    March 16, 2008 at 3:45 am

  3. Richard… I don’t know if you are serious or not, so I will comment by saying that Ronald Weinland said in his books…. most notably his latest… that the world will be given “proof” by each of his prediction coming true exactly how he said they would.

    I won’t even keep beating the dead horse of Armstrongism, but I can tell you that I haven’t seen anything come to pass yet.

    Just like we have been stating.. just about all of the physical predictions that Weinland has made.. have either not occured or they have by “prophecy in hindsight.”

    The other ones…. RW claims are “spritual” and only have to do with “God’s Church.”

    Ron said that BEFORE the Seventh Seal is opened the world is going to be in shock and horror from the last thunders of the 6th Seal…… The only “horrifying” things I am witnessesing are the reports of Ron’s followers who have lost money, dropped out of college and are parrotting the man like they’ve been turned into tape recorders.

    Does anyone pay attention to weather patterns??? Every single season, we have “unseasonable” things happen. Is the tornado a sign? It could be. There is no way anyone can be sure of that.

    I don’t care if RW changes things up and now says that “Armstrong was not a prophet,” etc. He’s still preaching a doctrine that is pretty much the same one Armstrong taught. He’s twisted a few things to suit his new church, but in the end, the British-Israelism, the books, the sermons, tithing, feasts…. all ARMSTRONG.

    As I got about 10 pages into Ron’s first book, I began thinking….”This man sounds like he’s teaching British-Israelism and sounds just like the others that came from WWCG.”

    In a few more pages, I had my answer.

    I get a bit winded.. and I also get hot under the collar….. The members of Ron’s church could very well be in danger from all of this….. and I would hate for anyone to have to say that they have relatives that were hurt because of this because there were THOUSANDS of peopel that were crushed, emotionally, physically, financially and spritiually because of Armstrongism. It needs to stop. Every splinter needs to be exposed.

    Jim Hagerty

    March 16, 2008 at 4:18 am

  4. Nah, Richard is good people. Definitely one of “the scattered flock”, with a sense of humour to match! 🙂

    weinlandwatch

    March 16, 2008 at 3:35 pm

  5. Welllll — my original comment is almost exactly what my longtime UCG Pastor might have said at announcements this weekend. He firmly believes Satan stirs up weather trouble pre-Holy Days, either in anger or as a distraction. (For instance, all the September hurricanes over the years.)

    He probably would have gone on to note how rebellious a city Atlanta is, by holding “Gay Pride” celebrations every June. He blamed that to a great extent for last year’s drought in the Southeast.

    Richard

    March 16, 2008 at 11:32 pm

  6. Actually that reminds me of the year we had an earthquake during the DoUB………the ceiling of the auditorium we were in cracked (it’s a 100+ year-old building we’re lucky it didn’t fall down around us). Naturally everyone thought “The end is here!”

    Funny thing though the minister just kept right on preaching and didn’t miss a beat. (Why do I get the feeling it was Meredith? Ugh. Memories……………)

    weinlandwatch

    March 17, 2008 at 1:16 pm

  7. Richard said:

    “Welllll — my original comment is almost exactly what my longtime UCG Pastor might have said at announcements this weekend. He firmly believes Satan stirs up weather trouble pre-Holy Days, either in anger or as a distraction. (For instance, all the September hurricanes over the years.)”

    Amazing what a little study of meteorology will reveal…

    The Holy Days occur of course in the spring and in the fall. These are the two most turbulent times of the year, meteorologically, due to in the spring, the trek of warm air beginning to move back north, creating mid-latitude cyclones (low pressure centers), which spawn off severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, flooding rains, and winter storms. Of course in the fall, it’s the cold air that is returning south, creating more severe weather, heavy rains, and of course the tropics are at their warmest, creating hurricanes. The summer and winter seasons are less severe of course, because either cold arctic air is established, or a ridge of high pressure is capping any thunderstorm development…

    September hurricanes are normal, after all, it is the peak of hurricane season! This is due again to intense tropical heating – and at that time of year, the conditions for hurricane development are near perfect – warm tropical seas and areas of little to no wind shear.

    Instead of a pastor blaming weather catastrophes on the devil, it might be a good idea to read up on some simple meteorology…

    shadowsofwcg

    March 18, 2008 at 2:52 pm


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