Is anything too hard for Jesus – the financial crisis

NOTE: This post is mainly an index or summary of posts, so I can point to this post in other posts. IYKWIM.

Is anything too hard for the LORD ? – Gen 18:14

“I am the LORD, the God of all mankind. Is anything too hard for me? – Jer 32:27

These are good questions, don’t you think? IS anything too hard for Jesus Christ? I believe not. Here is the BBC News timeline for the crisis. Here is a timeline to my posts regarding the financial crisis…

By now in the timeline, the brightest of minds proclaimed the end of capitalism: 45% of world’s wealth destroyed, and World Bank says collapse has arrived, and Tom Friedman said it was Peral Harbor, and Soros Says Financial Crisis Marks End of a Free-Market Model, and Warren Buffet says U.S. has “fallen off a cliff” !!

But Jesus Christ said “The financial miracle begins” – and He was right! The timeline continues…

But now, just as Jesus Christ predicted, as we all know, the situation is now resolving…

Since it started in December 2007, over 5 million U.S. jobs have vanished…. The number of U.S. workers filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week Source

In today’s economic news, jobless claims unexpectedly fell by 14,000 last week to 631,000, though continuing claims hit another record, 6.271 million. Jobless claims typically peak about a month before a recession is over. – Source

the economic recovery could happen much sooner—and be much stronger—than anyone thought possible… “Too many people’s idea of recession have been formed by the last two recessions,” says Robert Brusca of Fact & Opinion Economics, referring to the 1991 and 2001 periods, which were both short and shallow. “I think that’s mistaken.” “People have been talking about an L-shaped recession,” adds Michael Mussa, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. “The record shows you come back sharply from deep recessions” like the current one. These economists and others see a V-shaped pattern, similar to that of the recession-recovery periods of the 1970s and 1980s. – Source

NEW YORK – April was Wall Street’s best month in nine years – offering some of the most powerful evidence yet that maybe, just maybe, the economy is about to turn around. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index, considered the most reliable measure of the broader market, climbed 9.4 percent in April, its best performance since March 2000, the peak of the dot-com bubble. The Dow Jones industrial average shot up 7.4 percent in April, on top of a 7.7 percent gain in March. On paper at least, U.S. stocks gained nearly $1 trillion in value in April alone. The Chicago Purchasing Managers’ index jumped to 40.1 in April from 31.4 in March. The index is considered a precursor to the Institute for Supply Management’s manufacturing index, which is due today. The government said initial claims for jobless benefits fell last week by 14,000, to 631,000 – Source

The Institute for Supply Management’s factory index rose to 40.1 last month, higher than forecast, from 36.3 in March… “The manufacturing cycle is turning,” said Dean Maki, co- head of US economic research at Barclays Capital Inc in New York, who forecast the index would rise to 40. “We expect it to result in positive economic growth as we move through mid year.” – Source

What happened to the collapse? Was it the end of capitalism? Did we go off a cliff? OR. Did the vision of the future as defined by Jesus Christ – GOD – in fact come true.

You see, the image Jesus gave me was that the $50 bills had declined, but the $1 and $2 would be greater in value by the end. You can read the full post here

So dont mourn the loss of the glamor of the $50s and $20s, instead lift up your eyes and see the overall effect is abundance, because there are far more $1 and $2 all over – and they will increase!… So now, we have less $50s and $20s, but more $1 and $2s. Less haves, but less have-nots too! Yay!! And the vast numbers of 1s and 2s will grow into $5s and onward. Good times! – Source

It is undeniable that what Jesus Christ said would happen, has in fact happened. There IS a God and His Name is Jesus Christ! Let’s take a moment to get our heads around this momentous information.

You have heard [these things foretold], now you see this fulfillment. And will you not bear witness to it? I show you specified new things from this time forth, even hidden things [kept in reserve] which you have not known. They are created now [called into being by the prophetic word], and not long ago; and before today you have never heard of them, lest you should say, Behold, I knew them! Yes, you have never heard, yes, you have never known; yes, from of old your ear has not been opened. – Is 48:6-8


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