Saturday, March 25, 2023

“100% wrong, 100% of the time” lying or delusional?

The Delusionist


David C. Pack of The Restored Church of God is so vital to the plan of God that he was written into the Bible thousands of years ago. The hidden Elijah-figure is secretly coded so well that only the man himself can identify where he is.


The Kingdom of God arrives in three stages. The first is not technically the Kingdom of God, but Jesus Christ will return from heaven briefly to establish "the Kingdom to Israel," as stated in Acts 1:6. Elijah the Prophet will become invisible and rise to world-recognized status as the herald of the gospel. Anyone who does not heed Elijah’s warnings will be killed because he is the ruler of the First Kingdom.


Jesus Christ will rule the Second Kingdom, aka the Kingdom of God, for seven years. The Father will rule the Third Kingdom, aka the Millennium, for one thousand years. There is no point in worrying about the details of the later periods until the first one begins. As of Abib 1 on March 22-23, 2023, that did not happen.


A false prophet is exposed the first time. There are no free do-overs. As much as David C. Pack tries to whitewash the past and blur how he presented the way he presented it, he is forever disqualified per God’s Word. If he gets a pass, then the Scriptures can be broken, and we are all screwed.



After 67 days and 16 Parts totaling 30 hours and 37 minutes, Abib 1 proved David C. Pack has no idea what he is talking about.


Wednesday reinforced his impressive “100% wrong, 100% of the time” track record. The possibility of being sternly questioned before the Judgment Seat of Christ about not believing Dave and mocking him atop that has fallen into negative percentage territory.


The unpardonable sin is blaspheming the Holy Spirit. Saying publicly that God's Spirit is not guiding David C. Pack puts me at significant personal risk. I take that very seriously. And yet, all the evidence points in the same direction: God is not guiding David C. Pack. "The Greatest Untold Story!" Series is not from the mind inspired by the True God. 


With God not backing up David C. Pack for ten years plus, why does he persist?


Because he has to. He is deep into False Prophet territory, and he knows it. To stop here would admit he has become everything he has written and preached against for decades. That kind of self-realization is unacceptable. And looks terrible on a LinkedIn profile.


One question looms: Is David C. Pack lying or delusional?


The complicated answer is: Both. And then some.



David C. Pack of The Restored Church of God has set dates for the return of Jesus Christ over 50 times. And yet, he still believes God is using him to end The Mystery of God, to unseal the book of Daniel, to unseal Revelation, to prepare the way before God, and trigger a final message that signals the return of Jesus Christ.


Yes. When he speaks, it fulfills prophecy.


Because God has a sense of humor and is a fan of irony, David C. Pack brings the scriptures to life by perfectly exemplifying what is written on the pages. Just not in the way he thinks.


David C. Pack is a Trinitarian.

He worships the glory of Me, Myself, and I.


In the 400s, he has become less effective at hiding this. The brethren see the wire in his coat pocket, the feather under his hat, and the card tucked up his sleeve. The more this sorcerer opens his mouth, the more plastic the façade appears.


“The Illusionist” is a 2006 movie about a skilled magician paired with a clever police inspector to investigate the murder of a woman betrothed to the Crown Prince of Vienna. This is an excellent movie if you have not seen it.


David C. Pack is the warped Edward Norton of RCG. He is a master illusionist suffering from master delusion. He is so impressed with his own tricks he sometimes convinces himself what he sees is real. A persistent discomfort reveals that even he knows he is full of malarkey. But he presses forward anyhow.



One key tactic Delusional Illusionist David C. Pack uses is to speak of himself in the Narrative Point of View, also known as the Third Person Perspective.


Third Person Perspective

…the narrator is neutral and not privy to any character’s thoughts or feelings. The tone is observational—sort of like an announcer at a sporting event calling plays.


Once you catch on to this, you will never miss it.



the act of referring to oneself in the third person instead of first person. It is sometimes used in literature as a stylistic device. In real-life usage, illeism can reflect a number of different stylistic intentions or involuntary circumstances.


David C. Pack is the preeminent Illeistic Delusional Illusionist. The supreme Delusionist.


By reading the Bible and referring to himself in the third person, David C. Pack capitalizes on psychological manipulation and mind control by softening the awareness he is talking about himself.


Which of these two statements would be the most concerning?


“God raises this man as Elijah to rule the entire world for one month.”


“God raises me as Elijah, and I will rule the entire world for one month.”


Dave often frames Elijah as impersonal biblical information. This a mere FYI about what God says. 


And while there is no difference in the content of those statements, the more authentic version would sound like delusional self-aggrandizing propaganda. Which it is.



Updating statements with the proper first-person pronouns and accompanying verb conjugations reveal a different perspective on the same information. The illusion is shattered.


Part 405 – November 15, 2022

@ 1:16:32 So, every evidence would be that when I'm called to God's foot, God is gonna talk to me directly, and I'm gonna use a group called The Last. Well, I knew who they are.


Part 407 – November 11, 2022

@ 19:36 This got Stephen killed when he cited the star on the top of the Christmas tree. They murdered him on the spot…When he spoke about God raising me.


Part 414 – January 14, 2023

@ 1:39:40 And you cannot argue with the sheer massive proof I’m gonna lay on you next time that I rise before February 10th. Enjoy your evening.


Part 415 – January 17, 2023

@ 54:20 I have serious teeth. And so do you.


Part 417 – February 2, 2023

@ 1:45:01 A few other things that suggest this is right. It looks like I blast at a full moon.


Part 419 – February 14, 2023

@ 1:00:22 Which Lord made the wise and faithful servant (me) ruler over His household for a couple-dozen years? Well, God did.


@ 1:06:53 So, the householder [the Father] can come early on and be here for the parable of the wheat and tares and gives all that He has to me. That is not Christ.


Part 425 – March 4, 2023

@ 01:34 …it’s actually me in the vision talking to Daniel.


@ 01:45 And so, in chapter 10, this is clearly me. I say, “I’m here to tell you what will befall your people in the last days.”


@ 01:02:53 I’m described…I prepare the way right in the right in the face of God coming. Malachi 3:1, Revelation 10:7. I complete the Mystery of God…when I’m about to sound, I complete it. 


@ 1:10:39 There I would be someday. And I’m described all through Isaiah that I would, “Cry aloud, spare not, lift up your voice like a trumpet…”


Part 428 – March 11, 2023

@ 32:43 And, believe me, I’m not sure of this, brethren. But I’m just gonna say. Might God raise me to announce what we’ve just discussed? Do I run and call it out?


Part 429 – March 15, 2023

@ 07:50 All right. Verse 18. “And he,” (this is me talking to Ezekiel), “said to me, Son of man, thus says the Lord God…”


@ 14:30 What does God mean when He says that I will speak from the rising of the sun to its going down?


@ 1:27:17 This is my seventh and last message since the 1335 began, almost to the hour. My first coming is over, and so are God's mysteries…


Only the pronouns and verb conjugations have been altered. The content remains the same as delivered.



Dave’s SFW version of Elijah masks what he is really saying. He creates the illusion he is not self-promoting and continually preaching about himself. And since he can now freely prophesy without God’s Spirit, the Bible can say whatever he needs without biblical consequences.


This is the reality of The Restored Church of God and what David C. Pack preaches. He has given entire sermons about himself. Part 408 is a sobering example. The “good news” he preaches is about the coming of himself. The First Kingdom is the Kingdom of Dave.


Whenever David C. Pack says “this man” or “Elijah,” realize he is talking about himself but is too cowardly to admit it. He knows it would cause ripples in RCG if he read the verses honestly. If there is too much honesty from the lectern, more nervous sheep would bolt. And they would be taking their green envelopes with them.


The third person perspective is a mind trick. It is an illusion. David C. Pack is deluding the brethren while he deludes himself. The liar knows he is lying but sometimes lets himself believe it.


This man, Faux Elijah, is deceiving while being deceived.


David C. Pack is the master Delusional Illusionist. He is the ultimate Delusionist.


Marc Cebrian

See: The Delusionist


Anonymous said...

John 10 : KJV

12 But he that is an hireling, and not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and fleeth: and the wolf catcheth them, and scattereth the sheep.

8 All that ever came before me are thieves and robbers: but the sheep did not hear them.

9 I am the door: by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find pasture.

10 The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.

12 But he that is an hireling, and not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and fleeth: and the wolf catcheth them, and scattereth the sheep.

13 The hireling fleeth, because he is an hireling, and careth not for the sheep.

14 I am the good shepherd, and know my sheep, and am known of mine.

Anonymous said...

This really takes me back to the early 1960s when my brother and I would pretend to be Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn paddling the rowboat around on my grandparents' pond. We outgrew this type of play sometime during our teenage years. It's just hilarious that a grown man would be pretending to be a character or characters from another great piece of literature all these decades later!!!

Anonymous said...

Pot calling the kettle black.

Anonymous said...

Isaiah 2:17-18,22 The loftiness of man shall be bowed down, And the haughtiness of men shall be brought low; The Lord alone will be exalted in that day, But the idols He shall utterly abolish. Sever yourselves from such a man, Whose breath is in his nostrils; For of what account is he?

Anonymous said...

Some of these religious leaders are like the royal families of Europe. They give themselves titles and play pretend in their castles or churches, wearing royal robes of clerical garb, carrying fancy titles like prince, princess, queen, or apostle and prophet. they are all so special because they claim to be, and some people believe their claims. The whole thing is pathetic. Delusional thinking on both sides.

Bob, the End time Apostle and Prophet of the One True God

Anonymous said...

How true 2:49 and 1.05

3 For ye are yet carnal: for whereas there is among you envying, and strife, and divisions, are ye not carnal, and walk as men?

4 For while one saith, I am of Paul; and another, I am of Apollos; are ye not carnal?

5 Who then is Paul, and who is Apollos, but ministers by whom ye believed, even as the Lord gave to every man?

11 For other foundation can no man lay than that is laid, which is Jesus Christ.

Anonymous said...

How true 2:49 and 1.05

3 For ye are yet carnal: for whereas there is among you envying, and strife, and divisions, are ye not carnal, and walk as men?

4 For while one saith, I am of Paul; and another, I am of Apollos; are ye not carnal?

5 Who then is Paul, and who is Apollos, but ministers by whom ye believed, even as the Lord gave to every man?

11 For other foundation can no man lay than that is laid, which is Jesus Christ.

Anonymous said...

Just a little "annual" lesson: Dave and Bob: the Biblical year does not begin Abib/Nisan 1. The FOT is at the end of the year - Ex 23:16; 34:22; Deut 31:10 - and therefore at the beginning of the next year. The Hebrew for "beginning" means head as in rank or chief, and Hebrew for "first" can mean first in rank, not first in numerical order - Ex 12:2-KJV. So Ex 12:2 should read....chiefest of months, shall be the first in rank or importance of the year....

Anonymous said...

Sever yourselves from such a man, Whose breath is in his nostrils; For of what account is he?

The person who wrote that is of no account. He breath is in his nostrils. What a hypocrite! Who is he to pretend he is any better?

Anonymous said...

Do not mock the servants of YHVH! This is what happens to the wicked!

Anonymous said...

I'm surprised Dave didn't tell everyone that Jesus was coming on Ramadan.

Maybe he'll really run amuck and forecast it for April 1! Just imagine Dave running around saying Jesus is coming today, and then at sunset saying "April Fool!"

If this sounds too silly, remember Dave has already been sounding silly for a long time now! A skunk could spray better prophecy!

Anonymous said...

100% Wrong got it wrong again. His perfect record remains intact.

Anonymous said...

1:02 writes:

"The FOT is at the end of the year - Ex 23:16; 34:22; Deut 31:10 - and therefore at the beginning of the next year."

Lev 23:34 Speak unto the children of Israel, saying, The fifteenth day of this seventh month shall be the feast of tabernacles for seven days unto the LORD.

According to your argument, the FOT should be in the first month.

Lev 23:5 In the fourteenth day of the first month at even is the LORD'S passover.

If the FOT is in the seventh month it follows that Passover is in the ‘first’ month.

Nu 28:3 And thou shalt say unto them, This is the offering made by fire which ye shall offer unto the LORD; two lambs of the first year without spot day by day, for a continual burnt offering.
Nu 28:4 The one lamb shalt thou offer in the morning, and the other lamb shalt thou offer at even;

Ne 13:19a And it came to pass, that when the gates of Jerusalem began to be dark before the sabbath, I commanded that the gates should be shut, and charged that they should not be opened till after the sabbath:

Just as there were two ways of counting days - sunrise to sunrise (as in Nu 28:3-4) and sunset to sunset (cp. Ne 13:19); there two ways of counting years - spring to spring (sacred calendar) and fall to fall (agricultural calendar).

Count off ... forty-nine years. Then have the trumpet sounded everywhere on the tenth day of the seventh month; on the Day of Atonement sound the trumpet throughout your land. Consecrate the fiftieth year ... It shall be a jubilee for you... (Leviticus 25-8-10, NIV).

"Notice that although Exodus 12:2 puts the first month (= Nisan) in the spring, the Jubilee year begins in the fall and over laps the spring-spring year the way the modern July-July fiscal year overlaps our January-January calendar.

"Why does the Jubilee year begin on the Day of Purgation, ten days after the beginning of the seventh month? "The jubilee year, we are informed (Leviticus 25:10, 12), was regarded as a holy period; accordingly it could not begin until the annual ceremony of purgation and resanctification had taken place" (Gaster, Festivals of the Jewish Year, 183)...” (Roy Gane, Leviticus/Numbers, NIVAC, p.432).

Anonymous said...

Years can be counted from any point in time, such as from birthdays, first day of a month, etc. Scripture refers to the end of a year as only at the FOT but also counts months from Nisan. It's believed the first year began at the FOT time in Genesis 1. Possibly creation week in present terms, Sunday thru Saturday, is Tishri 16-22.

Anonymous said...

1:02 writes:

“... Hebrew for "first" can mean first in rank, NOT FIRST IN NUMERICAL ORDER - Ex 12:2 -KJV”

10:50 writes:

Scripture refers to the end of a year as only at the FOT but also COUNTS MONTHS FROM NISAN.

Ex 12:2 This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first [ri'shon] month of the year to you.

Ex 12:15 Seven days shall ye eat unleavened bread; even the first [ri'shon] day ye shall put away leaven out of your houses: for whosoever eateth leavened bread from the first [ri'shon] day until the seventh day, that soul shall be cut off from Israel.
Ex 12:16a And in the first [ri'shon] day there shall be an holy convocation...

The statement in 10:50 appears to contradicts the statement of 1:02; the context of Exodus 12 also appears to contradicts 1:02.

Job 15:7 Art thou the first [ri'shon] man that was born? or wast thou made before the hills?

“ri’shon, First, primary (ORDINAL NUMBER)... The next [the second] most common usage is in the sense of “first,” as “first” of mankind (Job 15:7); “first” day of a ritual (Deut 16:4); “first” to fall in battle (1 Sam 14:14)...” (William White, “ro’sh”, TWOT, Vol.2, p.826).

New calendar

Ge 1:1 In the beginning [re'shiyth] God created the heaven and the earth.
Ex 12:2a This month shall be unto you the beginning [ro'sh] of months

“YHWH intimates that ‘this month’ is to be the first month of the year in the Israelite calendar, locating the start of the year in the spring” (T. Desmond Alexander, Exodus, ApOTC, p.222).

“... the first month, the NEW first month (Abib; cf. 13:4)...

“Abib is the first month of the sacred calendar...

“The deliverance from Egypt is a new beginning for Israel; from now on, every glance at the calendar will remind them of this fact. It also provides a connection to Genesis and creation. At the Exodus, God’s people are being “recreated”, they are starting over with a fresh slate...

“Such an approach to understanding Ex 12:1-2 enjoys ancient support. The Samaritan work Memar Marqah (a lengthy midrash on Moses and the Exodus, dating perhaps to the second to the fourth century A.D.) is just one example of the close relationship between creation and deliverance. Commenting explicitly on Ex 12:1-2 we read: “... the beginning of the months is made like The Beginning [beresit, which is the first word in Gen 1:1], which was made the start of creation” [J. MacDonald, Memar Marqah: The Teaching of Marqah [BZAW 84 2:31]” (Peter Enns, Exodus, NIVAC, p.247)

Genesis 2:2a waykal 'elohim bayyom bassebi'i mela'leto - So God on the seventh day finished the work
Exodus 40:33 waykal moseh 'et bammela'aka - So Moses finished the work

"Only Genesis 2:2 has the clause "on the seventh day," but both say that God/Moses finished (Heb. root klb) work (Heb. ml'kh). Moses' overseeing the construction of the tabernacle is like God building the universe.

Ex 40:17 And it came to pass in the first [ri'shon] month in the second year, on the first day of the month, that the tabernacle was reared up.

"We also see that the tabernacle is set up "on the first month in the second year" (v.17). As we saw in 12:2, the Exodus inaugurated a new calendar in Israelite life: The month in which the Exodus took place would be the first month of the year. The deliverance of Israel from Egypt marked a new beginning for God's people, a "new creation." It is no surprise, therefore, that the tabernacle, itself a microcosm of creation, is also set up one year later on the first day of the first month. It, too is a new creation.

"... the tabernacle was an earthly representation of heavenly reality. It was a microcosm of the created order - hence, a microcosm of the only spotless point in creation, Eden" (Peter Enns, Exodus, NIVAC, pp.552-53).

Anonymous said...

Part 2

(As an aside, it is suggested that what was literally created in Genesis 1 & 2 was Eden, with is Garden - a macrocosm of creation).

Ex 23:16b and the Feast of the In-Gathering, in the outgoing [yatsa] of the year, in thy gathering thy works out of the field. (YLT).
Ex 34:22b and the Feast of Ingathering at the turn [tequphah] of the year. (NIV).

"Few realize that Exodus 23:16 and 34:22 do not signify the same thing...

"Exodus 23:16 ("…betse't ha-Shanah") and 34:22 ("…tequfat ha-Shanah"), verses which relate to the timing of Tabernacles, pose special problems through their terminology. Does betse't ha-Shanah ("when the year goes out") refer to the beginning or the end of the year? Does tequfat ha-Shanah (literally "turning of the year") refer to the year's "turning" to its end, or to the "turning" of one year into another? And what kind of "year" is meant here?...

"In the contexts of these verses, it is obvious that the agricultural year is meant. The agricultural year (as measured against the "signs of heaven") ends at the fall equinox of the solar year. "When the year goes out" refers to the exit or departure of the year - but as the year begins, not as it ends as the usual usage of the verb root yatsa`might suggest. At or after the beginning of the agricultural year, then, Tabernacles is to be observed.

1 Sam 1:20a And it happened at the turning [tequphah] of the days that Hannah conceived and she gave birth to a son (David G. Firth).

"Likewise, "turning of the year" refers neither to a specific point in time nor to the time leading to the end of the agricultural year, but to the period when one agricultural year "turns" into another. Again, this "turning" is not the specific date of the equinox (as in the rabbinic calendar), but (by the very nature of the word tequfah) the period surrounding the equinox" (John Wheeler, the Biblical Basis of the Sacred Calendar Part 2, p.12 and Part 1, pp.10-11).

(While I do not agree with a number of observations in this article - e.g., Wednesday crucifixion - it has some good information).

"As Exodus designates Abib (March/April) as the first month of the year (cf. 12:2; 13:4), the expression bese't hassana, ‘at the end of the year,' cannot refer hear to the end of the calendar year; the parallel passage in 34:22 has a slightly different expression tequpat hassana, ‘at the turn of the year'. As Clines (1974; 29; cf. VanderKam 1992a:817) observes, the context suggests that these expressions refer to the end of the agricultural year, but not necessarily to the beginning of a new calendar year. In light of both this and the predominance of biblical texts favouring the start of the new year in the spring, 23:16 and 34:22 cannot be viewed as providing indisputable evidence for a new year commencing in the autumn" (T. Desmond Alexander, Exodus, ApOTC, pp.523-524).

Nu 9:11 The fourteenth day of the SECOND month at even they shall keep it, and eat it with unleavened bread and bitter herbs.
Ex 19:1 In the THIRD month, when the children of Israel were gone forth out of the land of Egypt,
Nu 33:38b ... in the fortieth year after the children of Israel were come out of the land of Egypt, in the first day of the FIFTH month.

"A numbered-month calendar is employed throughout the priestly calendars (23:5, 24, 39, 41; Num 28:16; 29:1,7, 12) as well as elsewhere in the priestly texts (Ge 7:11; 8:4, 5, 13, 14; Exod 12:2; 19:1; 40:2, 17; Num 1:1, 18; 9:1, 11; 10:11; 20:1 33:3, 38)...

"The use of numbers for the months may represent a deliberate attempt to avoid polytheistic practice of using the names of months" (Jacob Milgrom, Leviticus 23-37, AB, p.1966).

Anonymous said...

Part 3

Lev 25:3 Six years thou shalt sow thy field, and six years thou shalt prune thy vineyard, and gather in the fruit thereof;

"It should be kept in mind that these six years (as well as the seventh year, v.4) refer to the agricultural year, not the civil year, which begins in the spring (cf. Exod 12:2)" (Jacob Milgrom, Leviticus 23-37, AB, p.2157).

Lev 25:22 While you plant during the eighth year, you will eat from the old crop and will continue to eat from it until the harvest of the ninth year comes in.

"Since planting was in the fall and harvesting was in the spring, crops planted in the fall of year 8 would be harvested in the spring of year 9. Working backwards and filling in earlier years, we find that in Leviticus 25:20-22 YEARS NUMBERED ("sixth year," "seventh year," etc.) from the beginning of the last sabbatical period of a Jubilee cycle MUST START WITH THE FIRST MONTH IN THE SPRING (cf. Ex.12:2). However, because the sabbatical and Jubilee years commence in the seventh month in the fall, according to the agricultural calendar that follows the order of planting (fall) - harvesting (spring), they overlap the numbered years: sabbatical = year 6-7 and Jubilee = year 7-8" (Roy Gane, Leviticus/Numbers, NIVAC, pp.434-35).

Dt 16:13 Celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles for seven days after you have gathered the produce of your threshing floor and your winepress. (NIV).

In a fall to fall agricultural year, both sowing and reaping occur in the same year. But in a spring to spring sacred (Gane) or civil (Milgrom) year sowing is the second half of one year and reaping is in the first half of the following year.

"In the Torah, the beginning of the year was clearly set in the spring. So what happened?

"... it is surprising that the Torah made no mention of a new year at 1 Tishrei, which today is so central to the Jewish religious experience. The Torah's reference to 1 Tishrei is sparse altogether, describing a holiday characterized primarily by the blowing of a shofar . "In the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you shall observe complete rest, a sacred occasion commemorated with loud blasts. You shall not work at your occupations, and you shall bring an offering by fire to the Lord." The name "Rosh Hashanah" is not mentioned, nor is there a reference to its function as a day of judgment and anniversary of the world's creation.

"Sometime between the Torah and the codification of the Mishnah, the autumn new year gained ascendance, now transformed into a major celebration, and the Nisan new year was left as a marker of the months and festivals in the calendar year..." (Michele Alperin,