The Power of Presumption
David C. Pack of The Restored Church of God has the most epic piss-poor reading comprehension skills of anyone I have ever known. One of the potential explanations for why he believes he is all over the pages of the Bible has less to do with being overly potty trained and more with his inability to read carefully and understand it correctly.
His self-perceived brilliance level is equally matched to his proven incompetence. This is particularly true when it comes to biblical understanding.
The prophetic hamster wheel known as “The Greatest Unending Story!” is an eight-year snipe hunt composed of misunderstandings, assumptions, suppositions, speculations, machinations, presuppositions, incomprehensions, befuddlements, reversals, double-reversals, triple-reversals, misinformed theories, pure fantasy, wild guesses, and bald-faced lies.
David C. Pack has publicly admitted he has no "dunamis," which means "miraculous power." What he does possess in staggering abundance is the unstoppable and immovable power of presumption. He wields this power with habitual consistency and can tear through entire books of the Bible fueled by it.
In 2005, he presumed he was an apostle, and it has been downhill from there.
In 2009, he presumed he was Joshua the High Priest. In 2011, he presumed Common was a real thing. In 2015, he presumed he was Elijah the Prophet and That Prophet. The groundwork was laid for future blasphemy nobody thought would ever come to pass.
In 2023, David C. Pack has presumed he is the Branch, the Messenger of the Covenant, the Shepherd and Stone of Israel, the Star of Jacob, "one last" Lawgiver, and “one like the Son of Man” of Revelation 14.
None of this is based on provable biblical facts. This wicked house of understanding is built on the foundations of presumption, supported by solid beams of presumption, surrounded by walls insulated with presumption, and a roof sealed and fastened by presumption.
For thousands of years, people foolishly thought they were reading about Jesus Christ when they were actually reading about David Crowl Pack, who established The Restored Church of God in 1999. The pattern of him increasing while Jesus Christ is decreasing has been disturbing to behold.
David C. Pack is a blaspheming liar, a hypocrite, a false apostle, a false prophet, a human idol, and a biblical sorcerer expressing the spirit of antichrist. He does all of this through the power of presumption.
During “The Greatest Untold Story! (Part 468)” on September 9, 2023, David C. Pack explained the multitude of reasons the Kingdom of God had to arrive on the Feast of Trumpets this year. It had to be this year. It had to be on Trumpets.
The Feast of Trumpets ended at sunset on September 16.
Part 468 – September 9, 2023
@ 1:19:55 Habakkuk 2:2-3. I called out the Kingdom vision and made it plain. That’s why think everybody’s as excited as I am. It must now surely come, it seems to me. Revelation 10:7, the Mystery ended “in the days of his voice when he’s about to sound.” And Malachi 3:1, “I sent My messenger. Prepare the way before Me,” matches it. Daniel’s unsealed. …So, how many years we gonna wait? "I'm gonna hasten My word as long as you don't, as long as you understand it could be one or three or five years." It would only be true in the first year after we learned it because that’s the only way we could receive it.
The more Dave tries to prove why it has to be this year, the more he proves why he is utterly wrong. If what he declared came from God, it would have come to pass as he said. If his words sound familiar, it is because he has said this before.
Flashback Part 241 – March 27, 2020
@ 1:16:11 Now, a loving God didn’t let us understand what we were into, or we'd have really we understood we gotta wait another whole year, and He didn't do that to us last year any more than He would do it now this year. Because now we would know we’d have to wait until next Abib, but we’re not going to wait till next Abib.
Flashback Part 398 – October 10, 2022
@ 24:24 So, once you know the 1335, you could never know in any future year once you hit it if it were true. If it doesn't happen this year. It has to apply this year, or it's not a metric. There's no point in telling us that. If it doesn't apply this year, then next year, you cannot know the divine pledge of something that’s coming in “yet a little while.”
Flashback Part 422 – February 18, 2023
@ 01:57 How could you believe next year? How could you believe it’s certain if this year failed? Or any future year? How could you believe it, if you’d been through it once, you’re waiting almost a month, “I wonder if it’s true this year?”
If what David C. Pack said was true, God would have performed His good pleasure before the end of the Feast of Trumpets on September 16. The sign or wonder presumed by David C. Pack did not come to pass.
When a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the thing follow not, nor come to pass, that is the thing which the LORD has not spoken, but the prophet has spoken it presumptuously: you shall not be afraid of him.
Flashback Part 374 – June 8, 2022
@ 1:32:49 So, if it’s true that I am Elijah the Prophet now, then this is a lock for next week. It’s an absolute lock.
Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.
One of the primary reasons it “had to be this year” is because David C. Pack presumes he should not preach the Gospel.
Part 468 – September 9, 2023
@ 1:25:04 If we preached the Kingdom for another year (this a pretty easy picture to preach), be powerful. Fun. Be the most exciting thing I ever got to do. Just tell everything, "The Kingdom of God comes straight on outta the blue with there no bad period." Nobody knows that. You imagine how much fun and exciting that would be? I’d give both my arms to do that if I had to. I would rather see that Kingdom, but it'd be easy and fun to preach. The problem is it would defeat Christ coming as a thief. That’s the problem. That’s a big problem.
Dying on a hill no longer holds the same pizzazz it once did, and the most logical compromise appears to be the reasonable option of dismemberment.
Since “The World to Come” was shut down in 2017, David C. Pack has found a multitude of reasons to avoid preaching the good news of the coming Kingdom of God to those outside RCG’s gates.
If I were the devil, I would be rather pleased with that outcome regardless of how we got there. As it turns out, “The Greatest Untold Story!" was an excellent two-edged sword that fights against God's word. It keeps the brethren preoccupied and confused with perpetual hope and disappointment while removing any focus on spreading the Gospel with any notable effort.
Spin the plates inside the church. Drop the plates outside the church.
Why is this the way it is in The Restored Church of God? The power of presumption.
@ 1:25:34 I don’t know how Christ can come as a thief if we went out and blew the biggest tuba we could find for a whole year. Nonstop. Which is what we’d try to do.
David C. Pack cannot preach the Gospel of the Kingdom of God “like a tuba” to the world because doing so would thwart God’s plan. Pause to consider that.
@ 1:25:45 Does God want me to realuh write our literature? If we go another year, then it’s guaranteed to be partly wrong. How "Well, why can you say that?" Well, because if it's right, we're ready to go, and we'd go. So, if it doesn’t come, the Kingdom doesn’t come, it means I’m wrong. So, what should I put in the literature? I got sump’n wrong. The problem is it’s full, complete, and right. But, I'm just saying, if you had another year, you'd sit and think, "What did we get wrong?" That's awfully simple. A year, seven, and a thousand.
Keeping every employee at Headquarters in a perpetual state of hesitation has been going on for years. Not only are brethren forced into a holding pattern despite running on fumes, but “the Work” has been crippled by the presumptuous teachings of David C. Pack.
The words of the Bible are nothing compared to the power of presumption.
Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, evenunto the end of the world. Amen.
1 Corinthians 9:16
For though I preach the gospel, I have nothing to glory of: for necessity is laid upon me; yea, woe is unto me, if I preach not the gospel!
And daily in the temple, and in every house, they ceased not to teach and preach Jesus Christ.
2 Peter 2:1-3
But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction. And many shall follow their pernicious ways; by reason of whom the way of truth shall be evil spoken of. And through covetousness shall they with feigned words make merchandise of you: whose judgment now of a long time lingers not, and their damnation slumbers not.
David C. Pack is That Prophet, the Branch, the Messenger of the Covenant, and like the Son of Man but cannot preach the Gospel as commanded by Jesus Christ?
And truly the Son of man goes, as it was determined: but woe unto that man by whom he is betrayed!
David C. Pack has betrayed Jesus Christ. That is not a presumption.