What hope can Jesus offer us as we live in these uncertain economic times? David Jeremiah

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This has been the great quest through all of this, to make sure people understand that we’re not left without options. I’d like to suggest some. I want to remind people:

  1. Keep your head in the game. A lot of Christians say, „I don’t like the news, the news is bad. It scares me, so I’m not gonna listen to it.” So, they just bury their head in the sand, as if they don’t need to know anything that’s going on. That’s wrong, and I don’t think the Bible gives us permission to do that. So, we’re not going to become economists, but keep your head in the game.
  2. Keep your house in order. Peole say to me, they are frustrated because they cannot do anything about the White House. Well, that’s not our problem right now. Our problem is to do something about our own house. And, while we may not be able to keep this nation from going into debt, we can deal with it in our own lives. We can keep ourselves organized. I remember, one of the things my wife and I did, is we did a little inventory, just to see where we were. You may not like what you see, but at least you know the truth.
  3. Keep your heart in your faith. Some Christians, when they get discouraged, they just drop out. They don’t do anything. I wanna encourage you not to do that.
  4. Here’s the most important thing: Keep your hope in God. We were never made to find our hope in this world. We were made to find our hope in God. And isn’t it interesting, as things get darker a little bit here, we find our own hearts beating for the things of God in a way they have never before experienced. That’s what’s happened to me. I find a new sense of urgency, a new determination to live the rest of my days for the world that I’m heading to, not the world that I’m leaving.

God chose this time for us to live. He could have chosen for us to live in any other time. And we need to embrace that. I don’t like all the stuff that’s going on around us. I don’t know where it’s all going, but I know God and God’s up to something. I remember in a study of the Book of Daniel, they were in a similar period and there’s a verse there that I’ve grabbed hold of it. It says:

Daniel 11:32

„And they who knew their God were strong, and did exploits.”

VIDEO by John Ankerberg For more information go to Jashow.org. This clip is from a series entitled: The Coming Economic Crisis

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  1. mike
    iul. 27, 2014 @ 23:42:05

    Though , the fig tree may not blossom . Not fruit be on the vines. Thoght the labor of the olive, may fail, and the field yeld no no food ;-Though the flock may be cut off from the fold. -And there be no herd in the stalls– Yes I will rejoice in the LORD, I will joy in the God , of my salvation-Habakkuk -3-17-18

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