Wednesday, November 19, 2014

LCG's Rod McNair's Failed Prophecy

Banned by HWA has noted a report that Roderick C. Meredith has appointed Rod McNair and Bob Teague to purge the LCG ministry.

I have no idea if this is true but people deserve to know that Rod McNair is guilty of making a false prophecy as noted in a previous post.

Earlier this year the governments of the United States and the Philippines have signed an agreement that allows America to place more troops there as part of a ten year agreement.
The United States and the Philippines will sign a 10-year defense agreement Monday, officials said, one of the clearest signs yet of renewed American engagement in the region at a time when tensions between China and its neighbors have been rising. ...

the pact may reassure several Asian countries embroiled in territorial disputes with China, especially in the South China Sea. It also gives the United States greater flexibility to respond to threats and natural disasters in the region. ...

“This is the most significant defense agreement that we have concluded with the Philippines in decades,” said Evan Medeiros, the National Security Council’s senior director for Asian affairs, (Washington Post.)
Oh how different events have gone from what LCG's Rod McNair forecasted when he wrote an article for LCG's recruitment magazine Why America is Losing Valuable Friends and Allies, which is in the September-October 2000 issue of Tomorrow's World. It is all about supposedly deteriorating relations between the Phillippines and the US. This is cited as evidence that God has cursed America for failing to do what LCG teaches.

Fourteen years later their relations are closer than ever.

So we see once again that these Armstrongite ministers like Rod McNair do not have some secret knowledge that reveals to them what will happen in the future. They are just as uncertain as anyone else.

God is not with Rod McNair, his LCG or any of the Armstrongite groups. They speak merely on their own authority and deceptively use God's name in vain to lead people into deception and exploit them by getting three tithes and extra offerings from them.


  1. You know, last summer, I did hear -- and I lie not -- a sermon from a minister in a rather small Armstrongist Church of God where he apologized for being a false prophet. It was refreshing to hear him admit it. He committed to stop speculating and promised he would no longer be a false prophet.

    And that is admirable.

    But it's not enough.

    There's no way to make restitution to those who were deceived by the false prophecies and made foolish decisions (some of them financial). The damage is done. Since Scripture makes the qualifications of the ministry quite clear and is really very much against lies, it is clear that the man should no longer be a minister and that should have been his very last sermon. It should also have been followed up by written materials accessible on the Internet. Furthermore, he and those with him should no longer accept any money at all, particularly the so-called 'tithes'. It should end right there.

    It's pretty clear to me that the LCG is never going to even get close to the integrity of the man who admitted he had been a false prophet and apologized for it, committing to repentance. Roderick Meredith is too entrenched in his 60 years of false prophecies. And if that's not bad enough, he has converted his followers to evil -- for there is nothing more evil than to get others to violate their own conscience to compromise themselves.

    There can be no excuse. All the Armstrongists should know better: If they know they are worthy of 'many stripes' and death; if they don't know, they are frigging incompetent. Either way, they should just stop preaching and go hide in embarrassment.

    How many and when will they follow this man's example.

    I have my own prophecy: None.

    Now you guys, you could make me a false prophet (although I, unlike you, don't claim to do it as God's representative in Jesus' name -- as insulting blasphemy).

    Go for it.

  2. So true. You are absolutely right. They should not just apologize but renounce teaching such things ever again.