Saturday, June 1, 2013

Dave Pack Says: BELIEVE THIS : Literature Published by All The Splinter Groups Will Soon Be Retired.

According to Dave, the leaders of the top three COG 's will soon die this fall.  At that time all the present members will immediately jump ship to Dave Pack.

Let’s ponder for a moment. Reunification obviously means ONE organization doing ONE Work. This means all redundancy will disappear. First, it means God’s blessings will be on all ministers and brethren doing His Work. Next it means the literature of the other groups will be immediately RETIRED. The combined resources of the big organizations—brethren, staff, ministers, assets and funding—will be POOLED. God’s Plan specifically includes this. (Other details about what else this means, in areas of the Church not directly part of the Work, will be covered in a later announcement.)
The World to Come telecast, already blanketing the world and rapidly expanding, will much further explode in scope and viewership. Think. Most (or all) television contracts now held by the splinters will shift to us because Tomorrow’s World (LCG), Beyond Today (UCG), and The Key of David (PCG) will also be immediately RETIRED! (Believe this!)

The LCG, UCG, PCG flagship magazines will be retired so that all the focus is on ONE magazine.

The Real Truth magazine subscription list will begin sprinting toward multiple millions. This will be in part because Tomorrow’s World (LCG), The Good News (UCG) and The Trumpet (PCG) magazines will also be immediately RETIRED. (And believe this!) This alone will probably quickly generate great numbers of subscribers looking for where to turn. They will find something stronger and uncompromising has supplanted what got mothballed. Of course, the number of magazines distributed in the Newsstand Distribution Program will skyrocket because of much greater funding.

Powerful Public Bible Lectures will be held worldwide. Our websites will become the biggest thing in religion online that the world has ever seen. Internet advertising will multiply to awesome proportion. So will large newspaper ads. The list of how the Work will grow bigger could go on and on. (The serious reader will want to take a moment to study Matthew 22:1-14 and Luke 14:16-24 in this new context. Related parables there describe a time just before Christ’s Return, and clearly after the Haggai prophecy is fulfilled, when God’s Churcll “go into the highways and byways” and the Bible uses the word “compel” people to come so His “House may be filled.”)


Douglas Becker said...

Well good!

Davey can take all the WCG and move them from Sardis to Laodocea... again.

Douglas Becker said...

Why does this remind me so much of Jim Jones and David Koresh?

Anonymous said...

Ten Top Reasons to Join RCG and Follwer the Packrat

10. So I can give him all my earthly goods in the form of cash

9. So I can auction off my extra children and send him the proceeds.

8. So I can get some case study time for my PHD in Bat Shit Crazy Personality Disorder

7. So I can go to the Feast and hear Dave Pack give all the sermons time without end.

6. So I can explain to my children why there is no will and they should not expect anything from me when I did.

5. So I can die early because I am suppose to find out how to sell all my earthly goods and avoid the long and not always successful disposition of of wills.

4. So everyone who knows me will someday ask me, "You went to THAT Church?"

3. So I can be reminded of the Rock Band Twisted Scriptures

2. So I can fulfill the scripture that a man's enemies shall be they of his own household, husband against wife, children against parents and feel it is somehow spiritual and another definition of pure religion.

1. So I can learn that I have two choices joining with the Packrat.
a. A frontal lobotomy
b. A bottle in front of me.


Anonymous said...

Dave Pack wrote: "...Related parables there describe a time just before Christ’s Return, and clearly after the Haggai prophecy is fulfilled, when God’s Churcll “go into the highways and byways” and the Bible uses the word “compel” people to come so His “House may be filled.”)..."

Compel, Dave? Which "Christ's Return" do you have in mind?

Personally, I'm looking forward to a time when people will NOT be compelled, but have a desire to come.

When is that to be?

Micah 4:1 But in the last days it shall come to pass, that the mountain of the house of the LORD shall be established in the top of the mountains, and it shall be exalted above the hills; and people shall flow unto it.
2 And many nations shall come, and say, Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the LORD, and to the house of the God of Jacob; and he will teach us of his ways, and we will walk in his paths: for the law shall go forth of Zion, and the word of the LORD from Jerusalem.

Huh? Yes, and Isaiah also referred to this time:

Isaiah 2:2 And it shall come to pass in the last days, that the mountain of the LORD’S house shall be established in the top of the mountains, and shall be exalted above the hills; and all nations shall flow unto it.
3 And many people shall go and say, Come ye, and let us go up to the mountain of the LORD, to the house of the God of Jacob; and he will teach us of his ways, and we will walk in his paths: for out of Zion shall go forth the law, and the word of the LORD from Jerusalem.

And for Dave Pack and his followers, the people are NOT coming to "Dave's house," but to "...mountain of the LORD’S house..." and they desire to do it without being compelled, although God does have "veys to make one cooperate" if He so wills it.


Anonymous said...


What s Ballsy prophecy that a 90? year-old man might soon die

Like those Psychics who say Los Angeles could be in for some earth tremors

Anonymous said...

What s Ballsy prophecy that a 90? year-old man might soon die

Notice how the self-appointed ACOG "prophets" have been prophesying for several years that Gerald Flurry and Rod Meredith were going to die.

So, what has happened since? Denny Luker and John Ogwyn have died! The prophets made the shocking prophesy that the cults' oldest leaders/presenters would die... and completely missed out on the deaths of the younger leaders!

Is that what one would expect from a genuine prophet?

Former RCG said...

Hey Pack and all of your followers....I thought we were supposed to be reading our Bibles and not books and magazines that men wrote. Pack is making an idol of himself, his work, web site...This would be funny, if it wasn't so serious.

Anonymous said...

This week's Spoiler Alert!

Once Flurry, and Meredith have expired, Dave the deathwatcher makes his move on Francis' new home. The demise of Rome is imminent.

Joe Moeller said...

In Dave Pack' bizarre mental state , he sucks up all the praise, money, title and glory that he can. In the process he is sensually reconstructing himself, and in the process it causes him to thumb his nose at reality.

That's how all artificial people behave, and his whole sense of being has become dependent on the artificial world that he has created, and the adulation that he, Dave Pack, receives from it.

Pack's life is built on the approval of other people, and the giving of money to him is the ultimate proof of that approval. The appropriation of Biblical titles, like Joshua the High Priest is yet another device to create approval for himself.

Secretly, he lives in fear of this approval being withdrawn, because if that approval is withdrawn, what is left is a terrible conflict, a terrible feeling of death and dying and conflict with one's true self. Dave Pack would rather be dead than wrong. He will do anything to preserve the game and illusion, and for that reason , Dave Pack is a very dangerous man. His needs are like a bottomless pit, and will never be met in the manner that he is pursuing them.

His jealousy of other churches is a manifestation of his deep insecurity. He somehow believes that he has rights and privileges over others who do not want, nor ever will, be part of his narcissistic , ego driven , little empire.

The image Pack demands on having of himself is a damnable thing. He wouldn't need such a thing if he knew what it was to be whole. He'd be free of the agony of worrying about what people think of him.

My hope and prayer is that Dave Pack has a miraculous epiphany before he hurts himself or others any further. That Dave Pack can indeed find the true Jesus, and the peace that is in him, is my Sabbath Prayer.

I am sorry that Dave Pack was not loved correctly as a child and young adult. Yet, when ones behavior begins to damage others beyond just self, it goes past the liberty to be foolish, to becoming downright criminal.

Joe Moeller
Cody, WY

Anonymous said...

DP is certainly setting himself up as a type of the false

sad thing is, so many people are falling for his drivel...

Sweetblood777 said...

Pack shows all the signs of being the man of sin. He seeks adoration, wealth that rightly belongs to others, and members that will submit to his every whim.

Pack ranks of evil. He is a egoistical mad man, seeking what is not his and has forgotten that the flock he seeks to enslave, belong to the Most High.

His destiny is to be destroyed. He will suffer the same judgement that he wishes upon others.

Anonymous said...

Dave is acting the way you might expect a guy to act if he was recently diagnosed with some terminal disease and knows that if things don't happen in a few months he won't be around to see them.

Anonymous said...

The members of the PCG & RCG should implement a temporary treaty, and do a leader/student exchange over the summer, then maybe all of COGdom will finally see the ridiculousness of it all.

Douglas Becker said...

Narcissism and hubris!


Anonymous said...

If Pack wants to take the title 'man of sin' from Flurry, then by all means, let him; it'll be less embarrassing being an ex-PCGer.

Byker Bob said...

This is pretty conclusive evidence that Pepe has slipped into the Weinerdude Zone! This ridiculous stuff he is literally spewing about like some bad bourbon vomit is bound to fail. But, in the mean time, if Weinland is some sort of business model, there will probably be a lot of people handing over moneys that they really don't have.


Anonymous said...

The death knell prophecies about the pathetic UCG are coming true!

Nah, not really. It has nothing to do with any other church's prophecy.

It's only because the UCG is a sucky church led by lying conniving assholes, and those types of churches tend to splinter and shrink as a matter of course.