Pat Robertson has made a confession. He says prophecies about disasters, some of which he himself has made, are from the ‘pit of Hell.’
“Predictive prophecy about disaster is almost always something from the psychic world,” Robertson replied to a viewer’s query. “It’s not something from God.”
Well, that’s some really important information there Mr. Robertson. He continues, “Those people are trying to be dominant. I’ve seen this before, where people decide they want to dominate other people, so they do it like, ‘I’ve got a word from God for you.’”
And then he called all disaster prophets ‘nutty’:
“I’m getting questions from some of the nuttiest things at these congregations. I don’t know where they come from, but this is not the way God wants it to be.”
Just as a reminder, last year in March, Pat Robertson had said that the tornadoes that ravaged some parts of the country were not a malicious act of God; rather it was the people’s fault. “Why did you build houses where tornadoes were apt to happen?” he had said as if suggesting the people wanted to get in the way of tornado’s destruction.
Very interesting comments can viewed on the internet regarding Robertson’s ‘false prophesies’ video. On e of the most brilliant comment was posted by a YouTube user Abena20a. He wrote:
“This is coming from the man who said that god? told him Romney would win the election.”
Looks like Pat Robertson has made things difficult for himself this time around. He has condemned a practice he was himself actively a part of these past years. But then again, does it really matter? After all, this is the man who said on television that wives should be thankful to their cheating husbands for food and a roof over their heads.