Banned by HWA has reported that the Armstrongite James Malm has reported that Gerald Flurry's PCG appears to have "seen a drop in income in virtually every category, including some areas of severe drops, all since 2013 began."
This is great news and I hope this development may lead to more people associated with PCG to free themselves and no longer observe Gerald Flurry's oppressive rules, such as the cruel shunning of ex-PCG members and ex-WCG members, the so-called 'Laodiceans'; to feel free to visit their doctors without feeling any guilt for it; to no longer throw away so much of their income on the three tithes and offerings and instead spend it on themselves and their families; to learn the truth about Herbert Armstrong, Gerald Flurry and the other COG leaders and see that God had never worked with them from day one; to discover their own feelings and make decisions without fear of what the COG collective thinks of them; that their spiritual lives will no longer be corrupted by lying cult leaders.
I find it curious (and wonderfully serendipitous) that Roderick Meredith's LCG has also been having problems, financial and otherwise, since the start of this year, losing several TV station spots, particularly in Canada; gaining a new rival in their former apologist, the unordained false prophet Bob Thiel; and even cruelly disfellowshipping Thomas Baca II, who worked with their TV stations.
Dave Pack no doubt will experience similar problems because of his useless Headquarters project he is building. (Strange that Dave Pack forbids women from wearing make up because he thinks it is vain, yet he then builds a big headquarters complex out of vanity impoverishing his followers. What a hypocrite!)
Also the false prophet Ronald Weinland's in prison.
Is 2013 shaping up to be a year of even more painful decline for the COGs? Will this cause a mass liberation of COG members from these oppressive, authoritarian cult groups? One can only hope so. I certainly do.
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