Saturday, March 7, 2015

David Passover Pack: Make the stupid people realize I am the ONE and ONLY!







A real speaker who has prepared his material before hand always has a concluding statement that summarizes what he has been speaking about.  David Passover concludes with a sentence that has no meaning or connection to his precious two hours of blabbering.  Yes, we know you are an awesome dude.  There is no other like you on the entire earth.

Good night Gracie...


Brethren, somebody was going to be this man, we were willing to believe it was Herbert Armstrong, he was a man. Somebody was going to be Moses, turned out that was Mr. Armstrong. Like Elijah and John the Baptist he was going to look – they were different from one another – this man was going to look, and talk and be a certain way. I come as one particular human being. God could've picked others, maybe I was one candidate out of many, I don't know, I don't know how the mind of God would be on those things, but this is the way I am. So it was going to be somebody, and you'd have to get used to and settle on and accept the strengths and weaknesses of whoever it was. Now, final sentence, we are nearing the end of all things, just read the news of last week, an enormous prophecy has been fulfilled, how many more enormous prophecies are soon to follow? Good night.


7 comments:

Black Ops Mikey said...

Martyr?

Anonymous said...

I wonder if Dave ever wonders if he may be mentally ill and terribly delusional?

Byker Bob said...

Seriously? I could write a ridiculous booklet explaining the 130 redundant reasons why I was the superhero "the Vanilla Banana", and it would make just about as much sense as Dave's proofs that he is Elijah, or one of the Joshuas, an apostle or a prophet. There's lots of stuff about my parents that is equally impressive in an Armstrongish sort of context as what Dave believes about his.

Just about all of us who grew up in Armstrongism were taught that God had a special purpose for us, but Dave is about the only one I know of who swallowed that hook, line, and sinker. It's not as if the British Israel based prophecies even appear as if they could ever be fulfilled! Train wreck ahead, bigtime!

BB

Anonymous said...

Dave Pack was speaking like a prophet when he mouthed the following:

"...I don't know, I don't know how the mind of God would be on those things, but this is the way I am...."

Huh? Dave said "I don't know how the mind of God would be on those things."

Well, of course, Dave couldn't know, but why not? God said this:

Isa 55:8 For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the LORD.

:9 For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.

John

Anonymous said...

"So it was going to be somebody, and you'd have to get used to and settle on and accept the strengths and weaknesses of whoever it was."

No, not necessarily. The bible could be bogus. Your interpretation most certainly is, Daveyboy.

Anonymous said...

Hey Dave! Why don't you be the first Armstrong disciple to teach the truth about urine therapy (or should we spell that therapee in this case?). You know, "Drink thine own waters"? That would really weed out the marginal ones in your congregation, while making your group that much more "special". I know it seems on the surface to be insane, but for RCG, would it really be that much of a stretch?

-Miguel de la Rodente

Byker Bob said...

To the survivors ultimately go the victory! Who knew that in 2005, through the miracles of the internet, not only would we have all the tools to debunk the HWAcaca, but through youtube, we'd also be able to catch up on so many of the things we'd been deprived of! Like the glory days when Pigpen was fronting the Grateful Dead, and would bring his girlfriend Janis onstage to do "Turn on Your Love Light".

BB