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The Prophesied End-Time [Paperback]

By Ronald Weinland (Author)
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Pages   288
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.82" Width: 5.91" Height: 0.79"
Weight:   0.93 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jul 31, 2004
Publisher   The-End.Com
ISBN  0975324012  
EAN  9780975324011  

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Ronald Weinland argues that the end-time has come and that hundreds of millions will die in the worst time of tribulation the world has ever known. Be informed in order to know how to respond. Know what is coming and why! This book will challenge readers as they consider catastrophic end-time events that are prophesied to begin very soon.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! An author whose first book, "The Prophesied End-Time," has now been read by people in over 120 countries, Ronald Weinland has been a pastor in the Church of God for more than 25 years. He was a minister in the Worldwide Church of God until its breakup in 1995, and he now pastors churches in the U.S., Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and Europe. Although the Church of God has not been accustomed to having a prophet for nearly 1900 years, he declares that God made him a prophet in 1997.

Ronald Weinland currently resides in Cincinnati.

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refund policy  Apr 2, 2008
I was wondering if there is a refund policy if the world does not end this year. Also wondering what is to become of the money he makes off of the book if the USA goes under the money will have no value. One editorial comment concerning the content. He states the the end of the world, WWIII is man created. If this was foretold thousands of years ago how can it be caused by people who were not even alive at the time? Perhaps everything is the result of a prior state of mankind and like the inertia of a spinning wheel and thus the end time is just the conclusion of an inevitable chain of events to mix my metaphors. My advise , don"t sell your time shares.
False Teacher Alert  Sep 5, 2007
Weinland tries everything to trap the reader into believing this sensation-driven book, including giving it away for free, which implies he believes what is written. Maybe he does. But I highly doubt it. In fact, he probably tries to use it as a dating service. Ok, maybe I'm being unfair. But how fair is it to waste peoples' time and mess with their memory?

As one of my favorite authors/pastors (Steve Brown) always says, "there is no lie so big that some people won't believe it; there is no guru so weird that some people won't follow them; there is no heresy so out of the box that some people won't run with it, and it happens naturally. It's the default of the fallen mind."
This guy is slick as a snake. He's smart and makes an extensive effort to use Scripture to back up his emotion-inducing claims. The problem is that most people will not be able to tell that the whole entire book is based on one great big lie- that he's one of the two witnesses described in Revelation. Certain things he says in his books will be things that will happen anyway according to natural statistical occurrences, i.e. the increase in deaths of notable people and saints...duh, naturally...the more people there are, the more people there are who will die... but you'd be surprised at how many people will nod their heads in agreement to this...I know I almost did. Well, both of the books are full of twisted truth that unfortunately slip in under the intellectual radar of some people.

How you know if I'm not just one of those who won't believe him (predictably, he mentions there will those who will not believe)? Well, if you have common or Biblical sense, you wouldn't need to question...just kidding. Revelation tells a completely different story than that of Weinland. Before the two witnesses (whom many theologians believe are Moses and Elijah for many substantial reasons) even enter the scene, catastrophic events brought on by the opening of the seven seals and the sounding of the first six of the seven trumpets, will have already occurred. The two witnesses come in with their God-given supernatural power before the sounding of the seventh trumpet. Before trumpet 7, there is no mention of the two witnesses in Revelation, which is necessary for Weinland's claims to be Biblical. They are clearly not since the two witnesses make their appearance during the second half of Tribulation...only.

"For I testify to everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: If anyone adds to these things, God will add to him the plagues that are written in this book;" Revelation 22:18

"Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits, whether they are of God; because many false prophets have gone out into the world." 1 John 4:1

Note: I hope this review does not appear mean-spirited. We must pray for and even choose to love, with the perfect love that God has given us by His Spirit, (and obviously not with our human emotional or sentimental love), even those who do wrong.
The Prophesied End-Time  Sep 10, 2005
I have read this book about 7 times so far. Each time I have learned more and more. The puzzle fits! Ron Weinland humbly explains why the world is the way it is and why God cannot accept this world the way it is. There must be repentance and change. The course of man now is to destroy ourselves if we don't change. Our only hope is that Christ will return to save the world. The book explains why these things must happen to mankind. It is not God's pleasure, but by His mercy to bring mankind to repentance. This book is excellent and I highly recommend it.
Yes, there is truth to be found here...  Jul 11, 2005
... but one must ignore a great deal of other things, as well. There's many books on the end times out there, and this one- like most of the others- is largely based on the book of Revelation and is intended mainly for Christian audiences. As such, and since I happen to fit this audience's description, I will review this work from a Christian standpoint.

Author Ronald Weinland extensively analyzes a lot of the relevant passages here, and ties them into specific events that have taken place (mostly relatively recently) and that will supposedly take place in the near future. He isn't what he terms a 'traditional Christian,' and his writing reflects this fact. For the good first third of the book, I largely agreed with everything he said (perhaps unsurprising- I also don't count myself a traditional Christian) and was pleasantly surprised by how much scriptural reference he has.

A few things started to bother me, however, around that point. The first is that he almost never cites other books of prophecy in the Bible. It is a rather commonly known fact, even among those that only casually read the Bible, that you can't understand a lot of Revelation without also reading such others as Isaiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel. There is cause for concern when they are referred to only a scattering of times in an analysis of Revelation.

Another problem is the fact that much of Armstrong's argument that the end is near is predicated on the claim that Herbert W. Armstrong is the end-time Elijah. Having read about Mr. Armstrong in other sources, and considering his arguments for this claim, I remain unconvinced that this is the case. In particular, no analysis is done comparing him to the real Elijah (i.e. in 1 Kings) which is somewhat puzzling. This and several other very specific claims (e.g. which precise modern-day nations each verse in Revelation portains to) are made by the author, but without enough scriptural backing to be truly convincing. Though it is certainly possible that things will happen in exactly this fashion, and it's certainly less vague than leaving the reader to fill in the blanks, the Bible alone does not adequately support these claims.

A great deal of emphasis is also placed on observing the Sabbath on Saturday, and on observing the Passover. Having extensively studied both topics in the Bible, I believe that although doing such certainly won't hurt, it's definitely not going to kill you if you don't. The arguments presented here were not strong enough to convince me otherwise.

If there was ONE thing, however, that really turned me off, it has to be the fact that Weinland repeatedly states that the Holy Spirit is not a divine being but just the power of God. He provides no scriptural backing for this astonishing claim (a good reason for that: there is none) and this is an extremely radical and dangerous doctrine to subscribe to (see Matthew 12:31-32 if you don't agree). To say something like this without supporting it is incredible, but I'm certain a lot of people will just swallow it whole. Unfortunately, a lot of the other material is Scripturally valid, so a reader might be lured to trust the author at his word. Because of this fact alone, I cannot in good conscience recommend this book to any Christian reader.

Ronald Weinland clearly wants his message to be spread. In fact, I received his book free of charge via his website. A lot of it is very true- specifically, what was written about the Catholic church, the nature of man, the purpose of Jesus, and the fact that an end will indeed come. It's a well written book that provides many convincing arguments, but also has some that are unsubstantiated or weak. If you have a strong knowledge and understanding of the Bible, you'll be able to tell them apart. In this case, there is a lot of good to be had from The Prophesied End-Time. However, if you do not, I suggest you stick to the Bible and leave this for another time.
An eye opening interpretation of the Bible.  Oct 22, 2004
Reviewed by: Tyrone Vincent Banks of Betsie's Literary Page.

An eye opening interpretation of the Bible.

As I began the process of reading this book, I opened the cover slowly knowing that it was not a work of fiction. I've read Revelations several times, however only focusing on the parts that I thought I would understand and fearful of the other parts. Ronald Weinland described this section of the bible in great detail and explained how current events move us towards the Apocalypse on a daily basis. I became more and more aware of how mankind has defied God with the senseless murders and other acts of violence that have jumped off of the movie screen and onto the evening news or various websites.

I don't want to believe that our time on earth will come to an end soon. Oftentimes I try to keep those thought out of my head - unsuccessfully. This book gave meaning to those thoughts but now I await the signs of the "end time." Weinland has stated that we were given 6,000 years of self-rule and God's kingdom will replace the "kingdom of man." He also stated that to date, only one being has entered heaven, and that being is Christ. Weinland also mentioned that there will be an imminent power shift from the nation that is perceived as the most powerful. Now, keep in mind, these items were developed within the first few pages and then developed - in laymen's terms - throughout the book.

Many people will be skeptical and refuse to believe that these events will occur. Weinland has prefaced his words with the basis for his findings (the bible) and the religious standpoint that he views these events from. In the end, the decision is yours and you must try to do what must be done to prepare for these events that have been prophesied, Weinland is offering advice and a course to follow.

I respect the author's religious views and applaud him for placing his name and reputation on the line to bring these difficult facts to our attention. If we can unify as a planet and try to get within the good grace of God, by whatever name he takes in our hearts, maybe there's a chance. I'd like to believe this but in the meantime we will have to watch and hope. As I look at the world today and the course that it's taking, I pray that there is a resolution and a brotherhood of all humanity. If you say the Lord's Prayer, say the words slowly and digest each and every word, especially the following:

Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven...

"The Prophesied End-time" has opened a hidden door in my soul and as I step inside, I am beginning to grasp at what will become of the world if we continue this course. As every book should, it will mean something different for each and every reader - this review is merely what I've taken from this book. You, on the other hand, may gain so much more by reading these pages as well.

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