Friday, July 5, 2013

Balaam's Ass Davey Pack Says God Planned For Him To Discover This New Truth 3,000 Years Ago

COG cult leaders witnesses this man lie and be proven wrong,
yet they keep on making stupid predictions and prophecies.  Liars all!

According to Balaam Davey it was all God's master plan for him to find this special hidden knowledge about August 30.

Upon hearing of the timing of Haggai’s prophecy, some have claimed that I am setting dates. I am not—far from it. Knowing the year of this prophecy is in no way comparable to declaring the date of Christ’s Return, which is not revealed in the Bible. In fact, Christ specifically warns not to set a date for His Return since “no man knows the day or the hour” (Matt. 24:36). I have no authority to set dates. The Haggai prophecy came with one ON ITS FACE because of the element of timing directly related to the remnant believing that it was NOT yet time to build God’s House. When properly understood (because of actions the remnant are told to take), the prophecy would have to include when—in this case involving a particular time and year—to take these actions.

The dates revealed in Haggai have nothing whatsoever to do with any decision that I made. God decided that this prophecy would be fulfilled after planning it over 3,000 years ago (it is referenced in several Psalms). I am not so arrogant as to decide what God must do and when. I repeat again, these events in NO WAY parallel the Return of Jesus Christ. This prophecy is directly tied to a date. You should be able to clearly see this. The reader will see in subsequent parts of the last of these Friday announcements that there is more information than I can share in one announcement. It must appear in its own context in the next few weeks. Once you see the evidence laid out, you will understand the last statement.

There you have it. As long as Balaam Davey does not predict the date of the return of Jesus it is OK for him to give specific dates for other prophecies.  I mean, come on!  Really?  

Don't worry though, Balaam Davey is going to tell us how it is over the next weeks of weeks, which is also an indication that he lied to us all earlier in a previous letter when he said he only had two to three more letters to write concerning this reunification.  Now it is spread out over the next few weeks.


Michael said...

One begins to wonder if Pack is not merely using a ploy here, but that he must actually believe this psychotic nonsense.
He really is setting himself up for one huge, tremendous fall this August.
When nothing happens, we can expect the usual for failed predictions "wait, it means next year!, yes, God is giving his people one more year of a grace period::::" or some such.
But really, if he were using this as a psychological tactic, i think his predictions would be made with a little more finesse or wiggle room. The fact that he's being so specific with his dumb idiotic "24 reasons", all of which amount to nothing more than "it sure as hell seems to me that this must be the year, because we have a new building!", certainly points to psychosis rather than shrewdness.

Byker Bob said...

False prophets, or false teachers if they don't like to be held accountable by being called prophets when they prophesy or claim to speak for God, only get one strike and then they are out! Kablooie! In one fell swoop, they prove that they are not supported by the witness of a perfect and faithful God.

Weinland is out of here.. He has proven that he is total excrement. Hate to offend those who worship him, but ditto HWA. If on August 31, Mr. David C. Pack is not presiding over the reunited ACOGs, he, too, is just another lying sack of $hit!

Some people need to get it through their thick skulls that this is not a business opportunity, and the Holy Spirit is not their personal toy to play with.


Douglas Becker said...

Davie William Miller Pack.

Douglas Becker said...

Davie Pack's behavior is unpardonable.

Anonymous said...

It will not come to pass, because you did not send him enough money.