Davey is still predicting that the entire Church of God will soon be coming to his "church" to do a might work that last 23 days then culminate in one big "single" day.
Davey says there are huge implications for the tens of thousands of COG members who will be flocking to his group. What will happen on August 31st? More importantly, what about the money? What about all of the money a few days later on Trumpets? Where does that money go? What will happen at the Feast this year?
Davey says not to worry, he and his team of 16 are planning this all out as it will be the most complex "coming together" in 2,000 years. Not since the Exodus as a Church of God leader ever done such a huger under taking.
Previous announcements explained that the group in Haggai described as “this people” by God, who now reside in separate church “houses,” suddenly come to understand the reason behind their decades of failed efforts. “ALL” of God’s people are foretold (twice—Hag. 1:14; 2:4) to return from their houses to work again in God’s House. A full reunification is foretold! We saw that Haggai describes a process that lasts 23 days, but culminates in a single day. God states that everyone “CAME and did work IN the House of the Lord.” This of course means they were SOMEWHERE ELSE—they were OUTSIDE God’s House—and returned to it to be put back to work INSIDE (“in”) it. Also, having been occupied elsewhere, they had NOT been doing GOD’s Work.
There are certain immediate implications to Haggai 1:14-15: “The Lord stirred up…the spirit of all the remnant of the people; and they came and did work in the house of the Lord of hosts, their God, in the four and twentieth day of the sixth month…” These “nuts and bolts” include practical realities that will come to be on your mind—first and immediately: (1) What happens on the Sabbath of August 31, (2) how do people pay tithes and offerings, as well as a Holy Day offering just days later on Trumpets (September 5) and (3) with Opening Night just 13 days later (September 18), what happens at the Feast of Tabernacles. While there are almost endless other details being planned in the background here at Headquarters for the most complex “coming together” that the Church has undergone in 2,000 years, the most pressing concerns become these three simply because of when they occur in order of sequence. (Previous announcements have spoken to some of the other elements of the coming back together of God’s people so suddenly and in such large numbers.)