When Daniel enquired to know about the events that were to happen in the end-time, which God had just given him to write about (Daniel 12), God told him that he was not to know since the words he was given to write were closed up and sealed until the time of the end. It is obvious that God would reveal the meaning of the words to his prophets at a later date prior to Jesus Christ's return. The scripture that states, ?No man knows the hour,? was true 1900 years ago. Since this statement, Jesus Christ has ascended to heaven and has been appointed the Head of the True Church of God. Jesus Christ was accounted worthy to open the Seals as written in the Book of Revelation. We are now at the time of the end as stated in Daniel. Jesus Christ has revealed to His Church the timing of the opening of the seals and the day of His return as King of kings. And God Himself states, ?Surely the Lord GOD does nothing, unless He reveals His secret to His servants the prophets? (Amos 3:7).
Don't think I don't know
Kevin - The man you believe has shown you the truth - Ron Weinland - has a book (which you've undoubtedly read) called, "The Prophesied End Time", in which he states that "In January of 1986, the work of the end-time Elijah came to an end when he died. His name was Herbert W. Armstrong. God called him out of this world and gave him a most incredible job to perform. That job began very humbly in the early 1930s."
Mr. Armstrong started the WorldWide Church of God, teaching that Jesus was not the Son of God, that Jesus had to be born again, that salvation was by grace through faith + works, that Christians must observe the Jewish Sabbath to be saved, that believers were required to tithe 30%, that white Anglo-Saxons replaced Israel as God's chosen people...
Spend an hour, and search Google on what Armstrong taught, keeping in mind that Mr. Weinland believes that Armstrong was correct. The church that Armstrong started, the WCG, even repudiated Armstrong's teachings, after his death, when the Tkach's took over leadership of the church.
Do the research and remember that Ronald Weinland agrees with these views. Then, read your Bible, and see if these views conflict, or agree, with God's Word. Don't take my word for it, read it for yourself. Put aside End Times teachings, for a little while, and focus on the Bible, not any man's teaching - and ask God to show His truth to you. I believe that will be a prayer that God would love to answer.