Posts Tagged ‘banks had engaged in a pattern of misrepresenting the costs’

Next Problem-Hyperinflation

The public has lost faith in our institutions and political bodies after having been so obviously, comprehensively and repeatedly lied to over the years. Key to understanding spiritual deception is the fact that we often choose what we want to believe rather than what we should believe, even in the face of the evidence (Luke 16:31). “Even after Jesus…

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The United States, Along with Virtually Every “Developed” Country, Are Effectively Bankrupt

What conclusions can be drawn from the above biblical examples? The guidelines for a Christian’s civil disobedience can be summed as follows: • Christians should resist a government that commands or compels evil and should work nonviolently within the laws of the land to change a government that permits evil.• Civil disobedience is permitted when the government’s laws or…

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Banks rip off foreign payments customers over and over

It’s always good to remember the Lord’s purpose for what He makes. Whether it’s the temple, the church, marriage, the family, or life itself, we should follow God’s design and seek to honor Him. Any twisting or perverting of God’s design for selfish purposes will draw the Lord’s righteous anger. It’s amazing that the big…

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The Parable Of Deutsche Bank And Investment Banking

These same money changers were associated with others who engaged in shady business practices in the temple courts. Some sold sacrificial animals, overcharging people who did not bring their own. Others were in charge of examining the animals to be sacrificed, and it was a simple matter to declare an animal “unapproved” and force the worshiper…

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Epstein’s Elite Wall Street Ties Revealed In Filing

The world offers conflicting views of what being a man is all about. Some say that being a man requires grit, square-jawed determination, working knowledge of weaponry, and, preferably, rock-solid abs. Others say that manliness is about getting in touch with one’s feelings, caring for the less fortunate, and being sensitive. Still, others would include…

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A Long Journey Home Book Cover

A Long Journey Home

A book about a fourteen-year-old boy, the son of a Baptist pastor, thrown from his home at age 14. This boy, StevieRay, would later become a multimillionaire. Now he gives orphans a second chance at life.