Amid the Financial Chaos, Blessed Be the Name of The Lord (Pt. 2)

June 12, 2011 by  
Filed under Kingdom of God, Society

In Part 1 of this article, I described the nature of the financial chaos now facing us.  I concluded that section with the following words: “One thing that many investors do realize is this: money laboriously accumulated over many years can vanish quickly when market confidence sags as fear replaces greed.  Following this, many workers […]

What is Our Desire?

May 24, 2009 by  
Filed under Personal Development, Society

Oniomania is a medical term describing the compulsive desire to shop. It is generally considered a pathology. However, given our current economic crisis, governments and corporations alike wouldn’t mind if we were all stricken with a little oniomania. How about you? Have you felt the desire to shop lately? Do you feel a patriotic duty […]

Amid the Financial Chaos, Blessed Be the Name of The Lord

May 23, 2009 by  
Filed under Kingdom of God, Society

The Meltdown Since the decisive defeat of Saddam Hussein’s army in March of 2003, the stock market had been on a roll in North America. By late 2007, the market had experienced about five and a half years of positive returns. It was an unprecedented series of gains. Statistically, the market was due for a […]

God’s Plan of Supernatural Provision

March 18, 2009 by  
Filed under Personal Development

The time has come for God’s people to break free from financial bondage. Our Father enables us to be free of every financial problem. He wants us to remove the challenges of making ends meet, a lack of steady employment, and excessive debt. God wants us to enjoy a purpose-filled life (Deut 28:1-8, 11). God’s […]

The Consequences of Sin

April 1, 2007 by  
Filed under Repentance, Society

Many people suffer because of the actions of others. Be it genocide, mass starvation, disease, greed, or pollution, there are real consequences to sinful actions. The various evils affecting our planet today such as, murder, robbery, theft, kidnapping, rape, deceit, or any other sin, all have devastating effects not only on the ‘sinner’ but on […]

Christmas Goes Overboard

Years ago, at Christmas you were fortunate to get an extra lump of coal in your stocking to warm yourself by the pot belly stove. Times were very hard and many didn’t have much. Occasionally, your mother was able to surprise the whole family with an extra piece of meat and, perhaps, bake some plum […]

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