David C Pack, the latest COG false prophet who's prophecy last week was an EPIC FAILURE, wrote an article for his propaganda rag, The Real Truth (sic) entitled, "The True Church—Identifying It – Part 1." He posted this on August 30, apparently in anticipation of the world's greatest Church of God reunification ever to happen in history.
Dave, in his usual hyperventilating, "look at me" boasting, talks about the "one true church" and how it has supposedly existed through the centuries as a small insignificant little group with a certain name. Just like Jesus who Pack (Joshua) claims to be, he too was being used by his god at an early age to receive the truth once delivered. He was able to discern false churches from the true church.
Dave for some silly reason seems to think that he and he alone is the leader of the one true church. As that leader, he is over the worlds most unified glorious work to ever grace the earth. No other group of COG members are as unified as Dave's now fledgling little group.
He writes about the true remnant:
A crucial point, revealing the kind of unity to be seen in the true Church, emerges from Jesus’ earlier-referenced prayer of John 17. Notice: “And for their sakes I sanctify Myself, that they also might be sanctified [again, set apart] through the truth…That they all may be one; as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You, that they also may be one in Us: that the world may believe that You have sent Me. And the glory which You gave Me I have given them; that they may be one, even as We are one: I in them, and You in Me, that they may be made perfect in one…” (vs. 19, 21-23).With Dave's arrogant comment above it is obvious as to why no minister or church member of RCG is speaking out against Dave's lies that he has told for the last month, There is NO ROOM for disagreement in Dave's church. Ministers and members alike know their ass is grass if they dare to criticize the Liar in Chief.
These are powerful statements! Christ intended that His Church be unified—“one”—bound together—no less than were He and His Father!
There is no room for disagreement in a Church that is this unified. These verses describe a perfect oneness through the truth—the same kind that the Father and Christ enjoy. It is this kind of unity that allows true Christians to be “in” them—be in Christ and in the Father (vs. 21).