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Rev. Peterson: 'Devastation Will Come' If Men Don't 'Turn Back to God' and Fight Evil

Michael W. Chapman
By Michael W. Chapman | August 11, 2017 | 3:05 PM EDT

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson. (BOND) 

Commenting on the moral perversion and decadance in the world today, best selling author and pastor Jesse Lee Peterson said "devastation will come upon the Earth if men don't turn back to God" and fight to defeat evil. He also said that men especially must protect "their families" and "communities from evil," and strongly resist the "evil" that comes "from the women's movement." 

During an Aug. 5 interview on the Hagmann Report, host Doug Hagmann asked Rev. Peterson,  “Do you believe that we are in, close to the end times, that we are living in the beginning of the end times? What do you think prophetically, where do we stand?”

Rev. Peterson, who runs BOND, a counseling group dedicated to "rebuilding the family by rebuilding the man," said,  “I don’t know if we’re at the end times because I’ve been hearing this all of my life. I just think devastation will come upon the Earth if men don’t turn back to God, so that God can work through them to defeat evil."

"I think that as generations come, things will get worse for each generation," he said. "It will become Hell on Earth.”

“But I don’t know if it’s the end times," said Peterson, "because I look at what has happened to black people. When I was growing up, men were strong and they loved what was right. You didn’t have this type of devastation in the black communities around the country because men protected their families and their communities from evil.”

He continued, “You mentioned how the women’s movement encouraged women to go out and work. But if men were strong, they would not have allowed their women to go out and work, and the women would not have wanted to go."

"But the men were not strong enough to protect them from the evil that was coming from the women’s movement, and so it’s our job to do that as Christ has made a way for us," he said.

"So I don’t know about the end times," said Peterson.  "But I do know if men don’t wake up, we have some difficult days ahead of us.” 

Rev. Peterson, 67, grew up on the plantation in Comer Hill, Alabama, where his ancestors once worked as slaves. In addition to running BOND, he is a columnist and the author of several books, including his latest, The Antidote: Healing America From the Poison of Hate, Blame and Victimhood.

The Devil tries to tempt Jesus Christ in the desert.  (Public Domain.) 

 

Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman