Sunday, December 13, 2015

Gerald Flurry Getting Fired by WCG More Important than Pearl Harbor Attack

Here is Gerald Flurry saying that getting fired from WCG was "exceedingly more important" for PCG members than the Japanese armed forces' attack on Pearl Harbor which killed 2403 people.
December 7 is a date etched indelibly into the memories of many Americans. On that day in 1941, the Pacific Fleet of the U.S. Navy was smashed to smithereens in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. America’s response was furious and hard-hitting; its entrance into both theaters of World War II marked a turning point of the war.

But December 7 marks another, exceedingly more important anniversary for God’s people. On that day in 1989, Satan the devil launched a violent, history-altering spiritual attack on God’s Church. On Dec. 7, 1989, John Amos and I were fired and disfellowshiped from the Worldwide Church of God, and the Work of the Philadelphia Church of God essentially began. (Gerald Flurry, The Eternal Has Chosen Jerusalem, September 2008.)
To say that getting fired by WCG was more important than the attack against Pearl Harbor is just so wrong in so many ways.

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