Paul Harvey’s 1965 “If I Were the Devil…”

Famous radio personality, Paul Harvey, first went on the air in 1933 with syndicated broadcasts such as “The Rest of the Story.”  As a devout Christian, he was deeply concerned with the path of immorality that America was headed on.

His speech, “If I Were the Devil, Our Father Who Art in Washington” is an eerie prediction of today’s cultural decay.

“In other words,” he concludes at the end, “if I were the devil, I’d just keep right on doing what he’s doing.”

What you do next makes a difference . . .

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