Video: Paul Washer Abducted in Peru

Today, Wretched Radio posted the video of Paul Washer giving his account of being abducted in Peru.

As Washer tells the story, when he was ordered out of his vehicle (which was essentially car-jacked) and was facing possible robbery or execution, he said that he was scared. Washer went on to explain that he was scared for the driver, citing God’s promise of blessing and cursing in Genesis 12:3.

The driver, startled, apparently felt the reality of the impending wrath of God, and let him go.

This is not satire. This is Paul Washer. And he is legit.

You can watch the video below.

[Editor’s Note: HT Wretched Radio]


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