David C. Pack is now shifting blame for his grossly public failure to the bad attitudes of COG members. They criticize him now because they refuse to admit his god may have changed his mind. Davey never made a mistakes, his god delayed the great reunification, so live with it!
Since his god has apparently changed its mind, the the people should be willing to shift their beliefs to a new time frame. Its still going to happen, but just on a different date.
Christians should always want God’s will in every matter. This includes matters of prophetic timing. If God intends to fulfill this prophecy in another timeframe, then Christians should want that timeframe, not their own. God’s will is to be done on Earth in every regard, and we are to be praying for this every day (Matt. 6:10). Think of the coming of God’s kingdom. While we all want to see it come tomorrow—TODAY would be better—we should want God’s timing more than our own. Seeking God’s will in everything is always the Christian path. This includes prophecy.
So then, how long will you wait for prophecy? The answer should be until God’s will is done. I realize that disbelieving accusers are never going to wait for what they do not believe. Having never believed the prophecy as it was revealed in the first place, they are certainly not going to start now. But the prophecy is true—right!—and it will occur whether or not you wait for God.