Friday, March 5, 2010

Weinland's Sick Sermon

To my horror and disgust Ronald Weinland told his eternally abused flock to pray for catastrophes to occur. This is from Mike's blog, Pressed Upon, and he is discussing a sermon Weinland gave on January 31, 2009. In it "Ron talked about how the members were to pray for an increase in the thunders".

Here are some of the damning quotes taken from Weinland.
Can we grasp what it’s going to take to bring them to repentance? … So hat does it take? Suffering. To think that you would pray for the suffering of some, for the death of some. So that others could live. … So again, what is the purpose of our prayers, petitions and fasting before God?
Later he says,
The majority is about our desire for the thunders … and pray about them that they be released with far greater power.
Later Weinland says,
Are you comfortable about praying for massive earthquakes? You need to think about this because your asking for the death of others. Because that’s what happens with a massive earthquake. That’s what happens with a massive tsunami. Or when a volcano goes off. People die.
This is disgusting. I am truly appalled and sickened by these words.

When I was an Armstrongite I never recall being told that we should pray for these disasters to occur. We were told that these things are going to happen. We were told to pray 'let your kingdom' come but not to pray for those catastrophes to occur. They were in God's hands, not ours. The coming disasters were the result of sin and the resultant penalty for it. We had nothing to do with them.

Even when I was an Armstrongite, in all those long eight years (2000-8) the thought of actually praying for these horrifying catastrophes to occur never occurred to me. They were going to happen anyway. We were told to pray that people will 'wake up' and become like us and thus escape from them.

I find that development within Weinlandism to be sick and very disturbing.

It further exposes, as though we needed any more proofs, the utter moral bankruptcy of this Insane Lying False Prophet Ronald Weinland.

1 comment:

  1. In contrast to those comments Ron made last year, he has yet to mention the earthquake in Haiti or the one in Peru. He seems to be sidestepping away from being a prophet, in favor of being an apostle now. I wonder what he will be calling himself in the fall?

    Ronald Weinland is exhibiting signs of mental disease.