Thursday, January 05, 2006
Apparently, Robertson's God has a shaky grasp of English grammar, as evidenced by the mistaken use of much instead of many, as in "Much more disasters... "
“It is my plan that a shaking will begin. Much more disasters will befall the Earth than have happened heretofore. There will be panic and terror.”
Later in the program, Robertson added, “There will be earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanic eruption. The coasts will be lashed by storms and disasters, and yet this still isn’t the big one.”
Robertson warned, “It’s a bad word for the sinners. This is not going to be a fun time. They’ve gotten away with it, gotten away with it, gotten away with it, and God says, ‘You’re not going to get away with it any more. I’m going to bring my judgment on those who are blaspheming my name, who are breaking my laws, who are violating my commandments.’ You know, this is going to be the year when the hand of the Lord will be felt, and those, again worldwide, who are standing up against God.”
Let's also hope that God's aim gets better in the coming year. RSR finds it totally understandable that God was angry with all the sinners in New Orleans, but why did he have to wipe out those good red state Republicans in Mississippi, too. We're especially worried that he took out Trent Lott's plantation. Does God know something we don't?
Oh yeah, and quit fighting to prevent Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito from getting Senate approval. God says he's in.