Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Retrospective (6-28-09)

I Psalm 22 the Lord again teaches us wisely to find strength for our current trouble with a little retrospective. Even looking into the infancy when you had no understanding with today’s reason you can recollect God’s mercies. When I did this I could find 7 times already in my life where death was a possibility that missed me. It does not have to be a life or death equation to be evidence of God’s mercies. There are births, loves, promotions, victories, among others that shine as God’s favor upon you. The benefit of recalling these milestone moments is they concretionize a spiritual fact that the current trouble is trying to rob you of. The trial says “you are not God’s,” “He does not love you,” “He will not deliver you.” All lies and your history proves it. Even Christ upon a cross looked to His infancy and how God showed His favor. The escape to Egypt, His mother’s care, the temple teachings etc. His early life proved the cross not a rebuke but a continuation of God’s favor. Are you in foreclosure, unemployed, divorcing, doubting God? Take a little retrospective tour of your life and find where God’s favor rested upon you. It still rests upon you. Though your current troubles may blind your eyes to your future they can still see the past. The truth hidden there will carry you through this trouble until it likewise joins the past as further evidence of God’s favor. Like crossing a street it is wise to look both ways to guard your steps.

5 comments:

sopsback said...

what day is it???

what time is it???


by the numbers... ;-)



Steve Quayle

August 11, 2009


FYI, I had a conversation with my friend in international banking yesterday and tried to warn him about the impending bank holiday and currency exchange. He said that because he works with people at the top (Rothschilds and Rockefellers, etc) he would know if this were true. He did however confirm again that all central banks have been stocking up on the new Amero currency. I encouraged him to check out my info.

Well, I received this in an e-mail from him just a few hours after our phone conversation:

"As to your Bank Holiday information of this morning, the following is from a close CIA connection, the way it will come down is that starting 8/24, groups of banks will be closed in certain regions of the country for a week or so. They will open again, and then other groups of banks in different regions will be closed; and on and on it will go, until all the banks in the country have gone through that process.

The banks will be opened with a new global currency. Indeed the ratio will be 1 to 6, or 1 to 12. Thus, if you had formerly $6M in the Bank, after a ratio of 1 to 6 with the new currency, you will get 1M value in the supposed new legal tender."

Time will tell, but this guy would not lightly say this, and he does have the CIA connections for the info.

My suggestion is that any of you who have much money in the bank might want to consider changing some of it to gold coins, Swiss francs or some other safer currency before the end of August.


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geeez.....6 to 1 eh? i can get better odds in vegas Razz

so my brother who has (had?) a $240,000 house its now worth 1/6 or $40,000.....but wait! thats even before the 35% devaluation from housing crash.....so, his house now is probably worth about 2/3 of waht it was.....so thats about $160,000....now take off the 5/6 for the new money......YIKES!!!!! his former $240K house in now worth .......only less than $30K of the "new" money!!! ......and he still owns about $220K on it. guess he will be included in those who go scuba diving in their homes....what they call "underwater".... wow! cant wait to tell him this one!

Mortgage free said...

What B.S. !

judge allslop said...

Your just begining to see bs.
Housing is a key victim of the OTC derivative meltdown. Prices of homes will decline at an accelerating rate. Other statistics will follow suit. This is a redo of the 1932 rally both in some biz statistics and the world equity markets.


Home Price Declines Accelerate in Second Quarter
By Kathleen M. Howley and Brian Louis
Aug. 12 (Bloomberg) — Home price declines in the U.S. accelerated in the second quarter, dropping by a record 15.6 percent from a year earlier, as foreclosuresweighed on values. The median price of an existing single-family home dropped to $174,100, the most in records dating to 1979, the National Association of Realtors said today. Total sales rose 3.8 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.76 million from the first quarter and fell 2.9 percent from 2008’s second quarter.
Prices fell in 129 out of 155 metropolitan areas from a year ago and 39 states experienced sales increases from the first quarter, the Chicago-based realtors group said. Sales in U.S. housing market at the heart of the global recession are beginning to stabilize, said Patrick Newport, an economist for Lexington, Massachusetts-based IHS Global Insight. “I don’t think we’re at a bottom yet in home prices,” said Scott Anderson, a senior economist at Wells Fargo & Co. in Minneapolis. “There’s also a pretty big shadow supply of houses. People are kind of waiting for the bottom but there’s a pent-up supply out there.” Home prices are falling even as a survey of economists indicates that the U.S. economy is recovering from the worst recession since the 1930s. The economy will expand 2 percent or more in four straight quarters through June, the first such streak in more than four years, according to the median of 53 forecasts in the monthly Bloomberg News survey.

judge allslop said...

More bs,UBS that is.
The Swiss Govt intends to seize UBS client data so as to prevent any handover of information to demanding US authorities. Their government officials would forbid the Union Bank of Switzerland from complying with any court ordered transfer of data on tens of thousands of American clients to the USGovt, in an attempted data heist, as Swiss law has been cited in defense. The posturing was the most firm in the battle with the US Justice Dept over the identities of more than 50 thousand American clients at UBS. At issue is suspected tax evasion that comprises a drop in the bucket compared to Wall Street welfare projects. The USGovt claims recruitment of wealthy US accounts in systematic and deliberate fashion, and an assumption of tax evasion motive. The judge in Miami claims USB had earned over $100 million in fees but cost the USGovt hundreds of million$ in unpaid taxes. A settlement could result in the UBS paying the USGovt a fine or compensation for lost taxes. In February, UBS paid a $780 million fine and provided US officials the names and data of 250 individuals. They regret the move and will not repeat it. The UBS case is part of a diverse intitiave by the IRS tax agency to reveal secret accounts by American citizens in banks around the world. See the Yahoo Finance article (CLICK HERE). A titanic battle for global bank control is underway. The established Old Europe faction is pitted against the failed US-UK gang that brought its own house down upon itself with insane financial leverage, artificially cheap money, and bribed false ratings.
US, Swiss cement deal on secret UBS bank accounts

(AP:MIAMI) Lawyers for the U.S. government and Swiss banking giant UBS AG say they have an agreement in a case involving secret Swiss bank accounts.

judge allslop said...

Another jackass in robes with a crystal ball "suspecting" fraud. Nice gift for BB&T while you get the shaft and the tab.that should finish off FDIC'S fund. What's another trillion at this point.

FDIC Seized Colonial Bank Branches and Deposits Going to BB&T
Montgomery, Alabama-based Colonial has two branches in Palm Coast.
By Toby Tobin

Palm Coast, FL – August 14, 2009 – In what may be the biggest bank failure of ‘09, BB&T, a Winston-Salem-based regional bank (Branch Banking and Trust) will reportedly purchase Colonial BancGroup’s deposits and 355 branches under an agreement with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Colonial has about $25 billion in assets and branches in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Nevada, and Texas.
A Federal judge ordered a freeze of Colonial’s assets noting that Colonial was "on the brink of collapse and is suspected of criminal accounting irregularities…." Earlier this month, Federal agents raided an Orlando branch of Colonial BancGroup as well as the headquarters of Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Corp (TBW). TBW has suspended its mortgage lending operations and has been barred from making or servicing federally guaranteed loans by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae.TBW had planned a $300 million equity infusion into Colonial.