PCG’s On A Limb With Iran

Gerald Flurry of the Philadelphia Church of God
Gerald Flurry


Steven Flurry, son of the self-appointed prophet Gerald Flurry of the improperly named Philadelphia Church of God, wrote the following in the August edition of the Philadelphia Trumpet:

The Rise of the King of the South

The rise of Iran and radical Islam and its inevitable clash with a German-led European superpower is the keynote prophecy of Gerald Flurry and the Trumpet. The prophecy is found in Daniel 11:40: “And at the time of the end shall the king of the south push at him: and the king of the north shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, and with horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter into the countries, and shall overflow and pass over.”

The Islamic Republic of Iran is the head of the international network of Islamic terrorism—the biblically prophesied “king of the south.” …

The Bible reveals that neither America nor Israel will confront this prophesied king of the south. (Flurry S. Five Prophecies to Watch. The Philadelphia Trumpet, August 2009, p. 4)

So, does the above mean that if Israel, for example, does confront Iran and possibly eliminate the Iranian nuclear threat that PCG will admit its “keynote prophecy is in error?

PCG is out on a prophetic limb.

Hopefully those that still support PCG will wake up. And hopefully, those that will prayerfully study this and other matters will now realize that PCG is simply not how it represents itself.

If Israel does confront Iran, then one of Gerald Flurry’s KEYNOTE PROPHECIES will clearly be shown to be false.

If that happens, he should repent.  I would suggest that he do that now, however as Gerald Flurry simply is not God’s prophet as he claims.  He has too many teachings that deviate from the Bible.  His followers need to realize that now and not wait any longer.

Two articles of possibly related interest may include:

Teachings Unique to the Philadelphia Church of God Simply calling oneself ‘Philadelphia’ does not make one so (see Revelation 3:7-9), nor does Gerald Flurry calling himself “that prophet” make it so. This article provides many quotes from this group which tries to look faithful.
Is There A Future King of the South? Some no longer believe there needs to be. Might Egypt, Islam, Iran, Arabs, or Ethiopia be involved? What does the Bible say?

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