Pat Robertson: Putin Is Being “Compelled By God” To Attack Ukraine In Order To Bring About The End Times

“All of those troops there are going to be coming against Israel in the latter days. And God says, ‘I am going to take care of it.’ But is Putin insane? Well, yes and no.

“Because he is being driven to move against Israel because God says ‘I’m going to put hooks in your jaws and I’m going to bring you down on them.’ Now you get the picture.

“And there is the land that is set up in Ezekiel 38 and you see how Ukraine is key because you see the land bridge between Bulgaria, Greece, and Turkey.

“And I think you can say, ‘Well, Putin is out of his mind,’ and yes, maybe so. But at the same time, he’s being compelled by God.

“He went into Ukraine, but that wasn’t his goal. His goal was to move against Israel ultimately. And he will link up with Turkey across the little land bridge, and they will come together.

“And all of that area is going to be mobilized against Israel in the latter days. And God says, ‘I am going to deal with it.’

“So you can look at your map. You can read your newspapers. You can listen to your news. But know of a fact that God is bringing to pass what he prophesied years ago through his servant Ezekiel.

“And you read it in the 38th passage of Ezekiel, one through six, it’s all there. And God is getting ready to do something amazing and that will be fulfilled. Read your bible because it’s coming to pass.” – Pat Robertson, today on the 700 Club.

 

7 thoughts on “Pat Robertson: Putin Is Being “Compelled By God” To Attack Ukraine In Order To Bring About The End Times

    1. Hello Polly. Yes I agree, but he is honoring his religious beliefs. All the cruel harmful stuff he promotes is based on his hoy book and his god. So at least he is being somewhat honest. What I want everyone to understand is Christians are hoping for all life on earth to die. They want that, so their god comes back. They support Israel so that it can be destroyed, and their god comes back. It is equal in my mind to sacrificing kids or throwing girls into a volcano. He also is honest about the grift. He has told senior ladies to go back to work to be able to tithe or give more money to the church. He has recommended parents turn on their LGBTQ+ kids and force them to be “normal” or throw them out of the home. But if it true only the good die young, he was really bad, really really bad. 😀😃😂

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      1. Christians are hoping for all life on earth to die … — Not quite correct, Scottie. However, I do admit there are so MANY different interpretations of the “last days,” I suppose one can pick and choose.

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        1. Hello Nan. I am not the biblical scholar that you are. But I would ask what happens to the non-Christians non-believers both in the end times and after? Even the rocks shall not hide you? I was taught that when Jesus brought his shining city back down to earth and placed it where Israel once stood that only those believers who were accepted by and covered by the blood of Jesus would be able to survive. I take that to mean the rest of us will be dead. Now the idea that Satan would be released from the pit to rule over the world I agree with. See I figure Satan is a Republican capitalist. So maybe we are in the end times? 🤯😵🤪😨

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          1. Well, yes. That part about Satan and the Republican capitalist … sounds legit to me.

            As for the “last days” — go here for all the gory details. Seriously. It pretty much lays out what most evangelical Christians believe will happen. At the end of the page, there are some links that go into even more “explanation” of the “future” if you’re at all interested.

            If you recall, I addressed some of this in my book. 🙂

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  1. it’s mind-boggling how some of these idiots can read anything they want into the “holy scriptures.” If there were a god, one can’t help but wonder if it’s making faces and shaking its head at how its creations are “interpreting” what it –supposedly– shared with its creations those oh-so-many years ago.

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    1. Hello Nan. I think the Christians in their drive to have the most powerful god put themselves in a bind. They gave their god too many powers / attributes for what was written in their holy book. In that book their god was surprised by things, did not know things, but the Christians said say he is omnipotent meaning he knows everything. That is one example I was thinking of when I read this story.

      Back to Pat. He is desperate to see something done by his god to start what Pat has been claiming is coming for all his life. Now he is about to die, or in his last years, and nothing he preached has happened. He told people god sent him with knowledge of things, yet nothing of those things he said happened. They lost the culture wars when their god is the most powerful. Their god has not come back, the end times have not been started yet he preached hundreds of times that this was the end times.

      Someone wrote that Christianity is a death cult. They worship the death of Jesus, they wear his torture / murder device the cross, they wish for the next life while ignoring this one. I forget the other ways I read that it was a death cult, but it does seem with all the attention on death and killing, the end times, it does seem true.

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