Walk-By-Sight False Prophet Pat Robertson Sees, Again, Russia Attacking Israel, As He Previously Predicted - Falsely
“For we walk by faith, not by sight” — 2 Corinthians 5:7.
By John Lofton, Editor
Like Energizer Bunnies From Hell, the False Prophets (FPs) who walk by sight and not by faith, when things flare up in the Middle East, begin to babble, again, about “The End Times,” Ezekiel 38, and the coming attack by Russia on Israel. So, it was no surprise to see on Pat Robertson’s “700 Club” recently FPs Robertson and Benny Hinn discussing, one more time, The End Times, Ezekiel 38 and the supposed coming attack on Israel by Russia.
The fact that Robertson has outed himself as a false prophet on this very issue in no way deters him from speaking again on this subject. He is a man without shame. On the Israel-Russia issue he is like the dog who returns to his own vomit (Proverbs 26:11.)
On the “700 Club” on January 1, 1992, when asked if Russia had a role to play in the so-called end-times, Robertson said, with a sigh: “Well, I always thought there was going to be an invasion of Israel by Russia in the last days, according to Ezekiel 38. I thought that was going to happen in 1982. As a matter of fact, when the Jews invaded Lebanon, they found plans of just such an invasion, detailed plans in the P.L.O. headquarters. Not necessarily Russian but Russian-backed. That threat is not over yet. The world isn’t over yet. If there is a prophetic involvement, it was an invasion by Russia followed by their collapse. But now they’re collapsing. So, it still remains to be seen what Gog and Magog is and how it’s going to function” (emphasis mine.)
So, by his own admission, on the Ezekiel 38/Israel/Russia issue, Pat Robertson is a false prophet.