Is Christ About to Return?

The title of this post is also the name of the latest post on Ronald Weinland’s blog made yesterday evening.  My answer is “no” and Ronald Weinland is developing the sale of that notion to those drinking his flavor aid with statements such as:

The next and far more meaningful “count” and alignment for Christ’s coming is on Pentecost, June 9th of 2019.

You can know if that is the time Christ will once again stand upon the Mt. of Olives if a third world war has broken out by February or March of 2019 at the latest. If not, then the next possible return will be the Pentecost of 2020. Beyond that and there will be a space of more time that will be a matter of a few years.

And then there was this oxymoronic statement:

The book, Prophesy Against the Nations, explains the prophetic countdown that began in December 1994 and the intricate plan whereby God will fulfill specific timing and prophecy for this end-time. The eventual precise timing God will use to fulfill these prophetic events is somewhat fluid due to current choices being made by people in God’s own Church and by leaders in this world.

He’s also thrown out another bone to divert his followers from his hedging, stating that the proper first name for Christ is not “Jesus” but rather “Joshua”.

Housekeeping on this blog:  As I’ve stated, this blog is going away from this site.  I’ve copied most of the content to this site “” in preparation for the transition and have redirected traffic from this site to the new site.

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