What Is Truth?

Be sure to not ask David C Pack, as he appears delusional enough to believe his own BS.


37 “You are a king then?” Pilate asked.


“You say that I’m a king,” Jesus replied. “I was born for this, and I have come into the world for this: to testify to the truth. Everyone who is of the truth listens to My voice.”


38 “What is truth?” said Pilate.


~ Jn 18:37-38a (HCSB)

I’ve been saying for some time that NBC News has been making things up, and that ever since NBC took on MSNBC that their “news” programs have been playing fast and loose with the facts.  What is strange is the surprise that Brian Williams has done the same.  Once again, the biggest surprise is the surprise.

You know, I’m not so sure it is a coincidence that Pontius Pilate asked “What is truth?” at Jesus’ trial.  The entire trial was about anything but the truth.  Jesus was brought to Pilate on trumped up charges by people with a predetermined outcome.  Scourging was often seen as a death penalty, which attests to the health and vitality that Jesus had in that it did not kill Him.  Yet, that was not enough for His blood thirsty enemies.

Passover really is all about the truth, as is the Christian walk overall.  The penalty for the lies and not listening to the truth is death, a fate we all deserve for lying to others and lying to ourselves.  The world is caught up in the lies of the god of this world, but we are supposed to know better!

Pilate was a gentile.  He was part of a corrupt pagan system, so there can be some sympathy to some extent for him.  However, when ministers tell bald face lies in the name of Jesus, it makes you wonder.

I listened to some of David C Pack’s recent vomit, and the only thing bigger than his ego a year ago when he made his failed prophecy is his ego today.  I fear that his cult may come to a terrible end if he ever realizes just how wrong he is.  The only ones who could listen to such narcissistic drivel and not be disgusted would be those hypnotized into being spiritual zombies.

Bottom line: Send in all your money, because there is a new Elijah in town and he wants every bit of it to build more monuments to himself.

How can he be “the Elijah”?  Wasn’t HWA?  Well, he has 130, yes you read that right, 130 points to “prove” that he is the Elijah and HWA was the Moses.  Of course, Pack is also the Joshua, who followed Moses.

If you need 130 points to make a point, then I’d say you are writing a book of fiction.

19  When words are many, sin is not lacking;
    so he who controls his speech is wise.


~ Pr 10:19 (CJB)

I’ve often wanted to write fiction.  In fact, I started a historical novel.  However, there are already so many works of fiction in the COG community that it just doesn’t sound like a good idea to add to it.  There is enough confusion already.

The most hypocritical part of Pack’s message is in the very first of the three sermons he talks down about people who want to take on titles.  Like, oh say, apostle?  Joshua?  Prophet?  End time Elijah?

He starts out by making a big deal about not “reducing” HWA.  He tries very hard, way too hard, to sound humble by reassuring anyone who cares that he is “elevating” HWA.  I see.  So, if HWA gets a raise, then so does Pack.  As the Church Lady used to say, “How conveeeeennient!”

At any rate, this is all just so that they can have all things in “common”.  He seems to use that code word a lot, referring to how the early Church had all things in common.  The difference is that instead of helping one another, Pack wants to help himself and leave behind a few monuments along the way.

It amazes me that anyone pays attention to him any more, especially after being proven a false prophet.  In fact, someone had to point out just how far off the deep end he had gotten, as I’d only heard a rumor or two about a couple of things he had said.  It amazes me more that anyone would send him money.

According to Pack, you are not allowed to have any assets.  Seriously.  That is exactly what he said.  The Church is to have all things in “common”, which means lining his pocket.

I would not send him money.  I would not follow him into the Place of Safety (of which he has another very strange idea that chariots of fire shaped like eagles will swoop down and take us there).  In fact, he has made himself into the closest thing to God that there is on this earth, reading himself into Scriptures at every turn, and, Place of Safety or not, listening to his sermons for 3-1/2 years would be the time of tribulation.


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