Davey Pack, leader of the worlds most superfantabulous Church of God ever to exist in the realm of humanity, has slapped LCG, UCG and PCG big time today with his latest proclamation. Today he is filled with such huge amounts of boastfulness and narcissistic ego that he comes across looking like a buffoon. He expects to be taken seriously when he writes this stuff, but all he comes across as is a complete moron who is out of touch with reality.
The Churches of God and specifically the ministry have been ignoring Davey for years. People are not flocking to his personality cult and that really pisses him off.
Davey wants the ministry to know that he and he alone is doing a worldwide ministry of the last days. He and he alone has such a powerful ministry that he is close to reaching 1 1/2 billion people worldwide, something the pussy COG's cannot do.
He writes today:
Davey apparently thinks just because some TV stations gives him the potential number of households reached that that is the number of people that will see his program. He is too stupid to realize that 99.999% of humanity doesn't give a rats ass about him or his TV program - and that's being generous! If 99.999% of the COG membership is ignoring him why does he thing the world will be interested?TWO new open doors—one BIG!—unexpectedly presented themselves to us to expand TV coverage in the United States and around the world. The first involves a network called theWALKtv where we have secured a prime Sunday morning time slot—11:30 a.m. ET—beginning July 21. It has 209 affiliates (many in small markets) in the United States, which reach 50.2 million households through antenna, an additional 37.2 million through cable and all Free-to-Air satellite viewers in North America and the Caribbean on the Galaxy 19 satellite. This is about three-quarters of all television households in the United States (plus more internationally). Outside North America, theWALKtv reaches the U.S. Virgin Islands, Finland, Curacao and India. And viewers can now watch The World to Come™ on the following streaming devices and services: ROKU, Film On, iPoint Television, Jericho Christian Television, Omniverse and Seen on Demand.
Another absolutely wonderful slot just opened on Word Network. We took it yesterday. The World to Come will begin airing on September 1, 2013 at 10:30 A.M. ET SUNDAY MORNING! This network has over 800 U.S. affiliates (broadcast and cable) covering 134 DMAs (Designated Market Areas), and reaches over 90 million TV households in the U.S. It also reaches over 100 million households in Europe and 610 million more worldwide—perhaps close to one and a half billion people with a prime slot. Word Network blankets over 200 countries and territories via satellite and/or cable. Its fleet of five geostationary satellites spans the globe, covering everywhere except South America. This network also is on DIRECTV and Sky Angel Faith & Family TV in the United States, Sky UK, Sky Italia (Italy), Tata Sky (India) and Flow TV (Jamaica).
Then he resorts to more hyperventilating bullshit. Apparently he assumes we are to be impressed by some weird looking buildings in the middle of Wadsworth and with his other media adventures.
Oh, and he makes sure to point out that his members are being healed of all kinds of diseases and infirmities. Those sill in the various COG's are not experiencing dramatic healing's because his god has spit them all out for their rebellion against Davey.
I think what people need to do is contact these cable religious stations and ask them why they are allowing a cult to broadcast anti-christian hate on their networks! It is always amazing to me that Armstrongism despises Christianity so much yet whores themselves out to their TV and Cable networks like a Two-Dollar whore on a street corner.
Again, ask why you never hear such announcements about the “Work” in your organization? Now think of our buildings, college, literature, vast television reach beyond all the splinters put together, healings, other open doors, outside media exposure, and so much more. Think of fruits in abundance seen nowhere else.