The day Christ returns is the same 24 hour day when all seven vials (Seven Last Plagues) are poured out, once this Seventh Trumpet is blown. It is on this day that the battle of Armageddon both begins and ends. There has always been speculation concerning this prophetic Day of the Lord. Many believe that this prophecy cannot be accomplished in a single day, and many believe that this is a period of time that will last for at least 30 days.
Originally posted by spaznotz
:-) I'm still here and stil 100% behind Ron, and that probably eats you alive. No ones faith is shaken, so you can stop waiting for others to come as say "Oh I was wrong". Nothing has been proven false, just as the Apostles were not proven false when they thought Christ would return in their day, until further clarification came.
God continues to give more clarification, which is awesome. Everything you have pointed at as not coming to pass, and in your mind "proving Ron a flase prophet", well, you were premature, once again. You will now get your fulfillment.
Prepare yourselves for the Day of the Lord.
Goodbye.edit on 29-5-2012 by spaznotz because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by doctorex
The Day of the Lord is the very last day of this tribulation, the day Jesus returns to fight those who returns destroy the world and bring his kingdom to the earth.
Originally posted by SirPaulMuaddib
NO SCRIPTURE is of any private interpretation, it is too bad, you accept it from Ronald Weinland.
Here is what will happen
1) Christ will not return this month.
2) Ronald will provide some excuse (...)
3) You will still follow him, despite the most monumental failure of a prophet in history.
4) Ronald will later spend some time in jail for tax fraud.
- BMWs for Jeremy and Audra, plus another for the two witnesses. And shipping two of them across the Atlantic ocean but in opposite directions.
- Jewelry for Laura (lots of jewelry), which Ron claims was to barter when the Great Tribulation struck
- Family vacations around the world, not on church business
- Cruises, including spa and massage services while on the boat. Ron and Laura went on an Alaskan cruise in July of 2006 and a 12-day Mediterranean cruise in October of 2007 that I know of.
- Trips to Las Vegas, not on church business. And more trips to Vegas for elders conferences, in 2007, 2009, 2010, and 2011 that I know of.
- Trips to visit other family members out of town
- Dining out around Cincinnati and northern Kentucky, while not doing church business
- Audra’s condo mortgage, and monthly homeowners association fees
- All of Audra’s utility, cable and phone bills
- All of Ron and Laura’s utility, cable and phone bills
- Security systems for both their home and Audra’s condo
- Medical and dental services, including LASIK surgery for Audra
- Miscellaneous expenses for Jeremy, including ski trips. Jeremy went skiing while Ron was opening the Swiss bank account.
- Personal grocery shopping trips on a regular basis
- Many trips shopping for expensive clothing, including places like the Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas, Nordstrom’s, and Tommy Bahama. Including a $1700 suit, to wear to church and to court. Oops on the latter, the bragging about that was ill advised.
-College tuition paid for Jeremy. From other statements from the jurors, seems there was a church scholarship program and the only recipient was tada!!! Jeremy.
- Wedding ring set for Jeremy’s wife. Ron threw a reception for Jeremy and Patricia.
- Wedding ring set for Audra. And Ron threw a reception for Audra and Chris.
- Expensive artwork presumably housed in Ron and Laura’s home
- Miscellaneous entertainment, including shows on the Las Vegas Strip. Like the Blue Man Group.