Yes, Pat Robertson, the former Republican presidential candidate and wealthy televangelist says the Lord has spoken to him about what awaits America in 2012 — and who will win the presidency in November.
Fortunately, Robertson had a yellow legal pad handy to jot down these prophetic utterances.
As Robertson tells it, God told him that doom, gloom, disaster and disintegration is looming for our country.
That would shut me up and sober me up and cause me to fall on my face in reverence. But not Mr. Robertson. He prefers to play “20 Questions” with the Almighty.
You know how that works. You can only ask God ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions. And you only get 20 questions.
God says: ‘I’m thinking of a plague that will hit the United States in 2012. It will bring maximum stress and peril. Chaos and paralysis.’
And you say: “Is this plague an animal, vegetable or mineral?”
And God replies: “Only ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions are allowed. You’ve only got 19 questions left.”
Well, when Robertson plays the game, he cuts to the chase.
“Is it an EMP [Electromagnetic Pulse]?” Robertson asks Jehovah.
“No,” God reportedly says.
“Cosmic or solar radiation?”
“No,” the Creator states.
“Is it Mayan galaxy alignment?”
“No, it’s not that,” the Alpha and Omega replies.
“Iran or North Korea nuclear threat?”
“No,” the Root of Jesse responds.
“Earthquakes or volcanoes?”
“No,” the Ancient of Days declares.
“A massive power failure?”
“No,” the Lion of Judah announces.
Finally, Robertson runs out of guesses or God runs out of patience and the game of “Name that Plague” wraps up. But the suspense is killing the preacher, so he finally asks God “What is it?”
And, if you believe Robertson’s tale, God tells him.
To see what God supposedly said, click here.