Sunday, March 8, 2015

David Passover Pack: If It Wasn't For Me We Would All Be Lutherans Or Something...

The mind of Armstrongites is always an unused thing that goes to waste.

44: Joshua pointed people to Moses time and time again. It was a critical task that he had. Moses' name is fifty seven times in the book of Joshua; eleven times just in chapter 1, and eight times close the LAST few verses of Deuteronomy. Let's just read one verse in the end of Joshua, Joshua 23 and verse 6 – near the end of his life, here's what he said – Joshua 23 and verse 6, telling the people, "Be you therefore very courageous to keep and to do all that is written in the Book of the Law of Moses," he told the people of Israel, "That you turn no aside therefrom to the right hand or to the left." And that's what I've been doing most of my life. Chapter 24 and verse 5, God recounting, " I sent Moses also and Aaron, and plagued Egypt," and so forth; it's all through the book, fifty seven times just in the book of Joshua, which is fascinating because Elijah would surely be required in a restoration to constantly point people back to Moses without whom we'd be nowhere doing nothing; we'd all be Lutherans or something.


Black Ops Mikey said...

Yes, the Law of Moses.

Because Christians are justified by the works of the Law.

Olde Testament Christians, anyway (better known as Pharisees).

Anonymous said...

Yes the more times a name appears in scripture the more mojo you have.
Can Pack do anything other than brag about himself and who he thinks he is?

Anonymous said...

Now Dave glorifies himself just as HWA glorified himself.

Anonymous said...

Better Lutheran than a Pack-rat-a-cean

Byker Bob said...

As if being Lutheran is somehow less Christian than being a pachyderm or Armstongite??? Ol' elephant ears is clearly mixed up! Lutherans do more for fellow man (and God) than CG members!


Michael said...

The different "proofs" Pack brings up (regarding him being Elijah) each excel each other in their infantile and WTF nature.

Elijah's supposed to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children... Pack talks about how much he loves children.
That's supposed to be proof.

Elijah would point back to Moses. Pack wrote a booklet mentioning Moses a lot.
Iron-clad, unassailable logic.

The reasoning is so ad-hoc and infantile that I strain to believe he's serious. Surely he's doing this for some clandestine reason.

Anonymous said...

Yes, Pack has really been great for our family. Now no one talks to each other because we are not all in his cult.
Way to turn the hearts Dave. You really are Elijah. NOT!!!