NCCG Critics : To Mr. Concern
Choose another message board
Prev Discussion  Next Discussion  Send Replies to My Inbox 
Recommend  Message 1 of 1 in Discussion 
From: MSN NicknameZealforYahweh  (Original Message) Sent: 7/22/2006 10:52 PM
Because Mr. Concern continues to attack Christopher Warren on a prophecy Mr. Warren allegedly had, I wish to correct him on a number of misperceptions.
Mr. Warren did not have the prophecy in question regarding the "detailed profiles". I did. I shared it with Mr. Warren later who verified it through another prophet with a good track record and then it was published. Now I am going to give the prophecy in its bare minimum details and allow others to make their comments on it.
In the dream, I was in Mr. Warren's office with a few other members at headquarters. I had in my hands a list of several NCCG group members and a few lines of text by each of their names. I even saw that my name was mentioned and that I was referred to something like a "cult propagandist" or "psychologist" (I forget which -- they may have been the same -- it was spoken in concepts, not words). It then occurred to me that perhaps the people who were doing the exposé analyzed my writings in detail (because of certain "illogical conclusions" I thought I jumped to and thought they would expose). I then heard a voice tell me how they knew the private lives of some of the church leadership. The dream then ended.
I do not know if this was NCCG_Concern or not. It could've been anyone. But I do believe it is going to happen, sooner or later. I verified it through someone who is more gifted in this area than me and, so far as I know, has never had one prophecy drop to the ground.
So Mr. Concern can continue to make the claim the prophecy was about him, but it was not. Now that the truth has been written on the matter, however, I think the honest thing to do would be for him to remove that bit of information off his site.
Derek Rumpler

First  Previous  No Replies  Next  Last