Friday, December 2, 2016

Dave Pack: Jesus Is Returning Multiple Times




The creature that Dave Pack calls "jesus" apparently is going come back multiple times in the next few years.  I guess each of Dave's split personalities has do dream up a separate "jesus" for his latest incarnation of the creature he has invented.

Lacking knowledge of Christ’s multiple comings, many assert He comes and immediately vanquishes all enemies, establishing His Kingdom. Revelation appears to say this, but consider I Corinthians 15:25, which shows something entirely different, saying Christ “must reign, till He has put all enemies under His feet.” Those who would suggest He arrives, reigns for a split second, then annihilates all enemies are simply ignoring this verse, with many others.
But the problem gets even bigger.
The gospel writer Luke records a curious exchange between Jesus and the Pharisees: “When He was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, He answered…The kingdom of God comes not with observation: neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you” (17:20-21). “Within you” is correctly translated “in your midst”—so Christ meant that just His presence can signal the Kingdom’s presence. He was not saying God’s Kingdom was within leaders He called hypocrites, serpents and fools! The Pharisees demanded knowledge of the Kingdom’s arrival because they anticipated a Messiah who would sweep the Romans away and set up a world government—with themselves administering it! It is evident that Jesus had nothing like that in mind. Notice the Kingdom was to arrive “without observation.” The meaning of the Greek is without “inspection” or “ocular evidence.” Ocular relates to the eyes. So Christ said God’s Kingdom arrives in some unseen way.
This coming is distinct from both Haggai and Revelation, which plainly describe all nations looking for—and AT!—Christ’s appearing. Jesus was not confused about His own coming, and would have to make sure we were not either. He does this.

Understand. Christ’s initial coming has nothing to do with the false Protestant belief that Christ secretly “raptures” His servants to heaven. Nowhere does God’s Word say Jesus takes Christians back to heaven with Him. (Many verses prove this.) You will see plain passages showing He establishes God’s Kingdom on Earth, using servants that are here. This will become clear.

12 comments:

The Painful Truth said...

John 14: 3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am.


Come on Dave, think goddamn it!

Anonymous said...

Let me guess.

"Jesus" will establish the mustard seed of his Kingdom IN DAVE'S CULT COMPOUND.

"Jesus" will only communicate with Dave, and even that communication will only occur in private.

Black Ops Mikey said...

David Pack should be afraid -- very afraid -- that Jesus could possibly return and find him oppressing and extorting people.

He should be terrified!

Fortunately, he is protected by hubris and delusion with a complete lack of self-awareness.

Otherwise, he would be a completely traumatized basket case.

Never underestimate the power of psychosis and other mental disorders.

Hoss said...

Dave should know that the Gospel writers (particularly Matthew) used evasive synonyms.
"The Kingdom of God is in your midst" means "the Messiah is here".

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with you people? You're all clearly forgetting the miracle of the steaks!

Dave's the man, what more proof do you need than this:

http://armstrongismlibrary.blogspot.com.au/search?q=miracle+steaks

The days are coming when you will all hang your heads in shame - Ha, ha, ha

Anonymous said...


“Dave Pack: Jesus Is Returning Multiple Times”


Dave Pack is returning multiple times to the same topic to garble it, and then to re-garble it, and then to really, really garble it. Cover your ears so Dave's evil noise does not damage your brain.

Anonymous said...

11.54 AM that reminds me of a bully in a former workplace. He didn't believe in action reaction. He felt that every choice he made, was the end of the matter. When people did react, he was amazed. This persisted over 10 years until he left. He never changed. I still can't understand this trait of his.

Anonymous said...

This way David Pack can claim Jesus Christ came to me privately.

Byker Bob said...

There are stories and examples in the Bible which have been cited as examples of theophany (the appearance of humans at strategic points in time, thought to be manifestations of members of the deity).

What Dave is doing is to make a forecast of future theophanies, co-opting, and painting them as being self-centered events relating to his ministry. That can't end well for Dave or the people who follow him (you know---the people who are RCG members, but insist that they follow the Bible, not a man).

BB

Anonymous said...

It is shocking how pack jumps from 'within you' to 'without observation' It is beyond subtle and it goes beyond pack. There is serious spiritual sickness around many.

Minimalist said...



You can click on his pop-up Ads, then swat the tab as it opens,
then click again, then swat... Do it a thousand times!($$$)

Hoss said...

the miracle of the steaks!

Thanks for the link! Is Dave trying to compete with Benny Hinn?

The pastor closed the service with prayer and asked God to bless the food to the nourishment of all.

Okay, a little FYI here. You don't ask God to bless the food, you bless God for the food. And a blessing before a meal is not Biblical - Jesus picked up the habit from the Pharisees. The actual command is to bless God for after the meal (Deut. 8:10). The little error of "blessing the food" is due to an incorrect, biased translation in the KJV, where the translators made it appear that Jesus blessed the bread during the Last Seder. This error comes from the Catholic teaching about the sacraments, so maybe it came out of paganism as well...