King David Chooses a Pandemic

Where Art Thou?


John Presco

Copyright 2020

In eighty-two days millions of evangelicals will got to the polls and vote for Trump again knowing he is a great sinner. They compare Donald to King David who was a great sinner. The greatest sin that David committed was counting the Jews a act that God forbid? Why, because He did not want His children to be taxed like the subjects of other kingdoms. Solomon was a sinner and collected 666 talons off gold every year. Did he count the Jews?

Joseph and Mary fled to Egypt so they and their son would not be counted by King Herod. To be counted is to share this sin, and thus Jesus would not be without sin. David agreed to be punished by God for his sin, but asked that human beings do not punish him. David chose a three day disease as his punishment. However, the Children of God might have asked for a traditional punishments’, being, David is stripped naked and run through a gauntlet and spit upon as he is beat and lashed by the Collective of God Almighty. I believe Jesus duplicated this punishment to get rid of the disease of leprosy that was sweeping the world. Non-Jews came to the temple to be healed? Why? Because the Torah has within a remedy for leprosy.

An hour ago I made a video where I invoke the Angel with a sword who brings death by PANDEMIC that I believe last three years, not three days. Making a sacrifice at the new altar was THE REMEDY. I challenged all religious leaders to found a public inquiry and televise their search in both books of the Bible for a remedy to the coronavirus – that they seek to blame on Democrats as political propaganda.

For six years I have been wondering why the Jews tried to throw Jesus off a cliff after he read from the Torah. Today I read 1Chronicles 21 again after twenty years – and there is my answer. These Jews of Bethlehem knew Jesus descends from David, and they hated Herod’s tax – and the Roman tax, that they blamed on THE PLAGUE OF LEPROCY!

“Save us now!”

They couldn’t wait to minister to a Son of David, and not Son of God, the punishment God meted out. David was scourged!

I am going to contact The History Channel and tell them I found evidence of a pandemic that king David was bid to CURE!

David Counts the Israelites

21 Satan was against Israel, and he caused David to count the people of Israel. So David said to Joab and the commanders of the troops, “Go and count all the Israelites from Beersheba to Dan.[a] Then tell me so I will know how many there are.”

But Joab said, “May the Lord give the nation a hundred times more people. My master the king, all the Israelites are your servants. Why do you want to do this, my master? You will make Israel guilty of sin.”

But the king commanded Joab, so Joab left and went through all Israel. Then he returned to Jerusalem. Joab gave the list of the people to David. There were one million one hundred thousand men in all of Israel who could use the sword, and there were four hundred seventy thousand men in Judah who could use the sword. But Joab did not count the tribes of Levi and Benjamin, because he didn’t like King David’s order. David had done something God had said was wrong, so God punished Israel.

Then David said to God, “I have sinned greatly by what I have done! Now, I beg you to forgive me, your servant, because I have been very foolish.”

The Lord said to Gad, who was David’s seer, 10 “Go and tell David, ‘This is what the Lord says: I offer you three choices. Choose one of them and I will do it.’”

11 So Gad went to David and said to him, “This is what the Lord says: ‘Choose for yourself 12 three years of hunger. Or choose three months of running from your enemies as they chase you with their swords. Or choose three days of punishment from the Lord, in which a terrible disease will spread through the country. The angel of the Lord will go through Israel destroying the people.’ Now, David, decide which of these things I should tell the Lord who sent me.”

13 David said to Gad, “I am in great trouble. Let the Lord punish me, because the Lord is very merciful. Don’t let my punishment come from human beings.”

14 So the Lord sent a terrible disease on Israel, and seventy thousand people died. 15 God sent an angel to destroy Jerusalem, but when the angel started to destroy it, the Lord saw it and felt very sorry about the terrible things that had happened. So he said to the angel who was destroying, “That is enough! Put down your arm!” The angel of the Lord was then standing at the threshing floor of Araunah the Jebusite.

16 David looked up and saw the angel of the Lord in the sky, holding his sword drawn and pointed at Jerusalem. Then David and the elders bowed facedown on the ground. They were wearing rough cloth to show their grief. 17 David said to God, “I am the one who sinned and did wrong. I gave the order for the people to be counted. These people only followed me like sheep. They did nothing wrong. Lord my God, please punish me and my family, but stop the terrible disease that is killing your people.”

18 Then the angel of the Lord told Gad to tell David that he should build an altar to the Lord on the threshing floor of Araunah the Jebusite. 19 So David did what Gad told him to do, in the name of the Lord.

20 Araunah was separating the wheat from the straw. When he turned around, he saw the angel. Araunah’s four sons who were with him hid. 21 David came to Araunah, and when Araunah saw him, he left the threshing floor and bowed facedown on the ground before David.

22 David said to him, “Sell me your threshing floor so I can build an altar to the Lord here. Then the terrible disease will stop. Sell it to me for the full price.”

23 Araunah said to David, “Take this threshing floor. My master the king, do anything you want. Look, I will also give you oxen for the whole burnt offerings, the threshing boards for the wood, and wheat for the grain offering. I give everything to you.”

24 But King David answered Araunah, “No, I will pay the full price for the land. I won’t take anything that is yours and give it to the Lord. I won’t offer a burnt offering that costs me nothing.”

25 So David paid Araunah about fifteen pounds of gold for the place. 26 David built an altar to the Lord there and offered whole burnt offerings and fellowship offerings. David prayed to the Lord, and he answered him by sending down fire from heaven on the altar of burnt offering. 27 Then the Lord commanded the angel to put his sword back into its holder.

28 When David saw that the Lord had answered him on the threshing floor of Araunah, he offered sacrifices there. 29 The Holy Tent that Moses made while the Israelites were in the desert and the altar of burnt offerings were in Gibeon at the place of worship. 30 But David could not go to the Holy Tent to speak with God, because he was afraid of the angel of the Lord and his sword.


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1 Response to King David Chooses a Pandemic

  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    Millions of non-Christians have every right to be afraid for their lives when the evangelical cult leader allows himself to be compared to king David.

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