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HOW TO SURVIVE IN A WORLD WITHOUT SAFETY NETS

 

 

 

By Joan Veon
July 15, 2008
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The question put before us is one that America has not had to deal with since our fore founders broke away from England over 232 years ago. At that time, they needed to decide how to rid themselves of a ruling tyrant and replace their oppression with a form of government that offered total freedoms for its people. They succeeded for a little while, but our American history is spotted with greed through the opening, closing and reopening of a central bank. Given our current events, we are now being thrust into a new frontier.

Super-sized “big brother” is watching. Every part of our lifestyle is being examined, whether we know it or not. Supermarket cards track our buying activity, credit and debit cards track our spending habits, video cameras are tracking every movement we make. We are safe from no one. Is lead paint truly outlawed because of small children chewing on it and becoming sick, or is it because their satellites cannot see into our homes through lead painted walls? Sustainability is not for us, it is for them.

When God created the earth, do you think He did so without ensuring the needs for all generations? Have we become so dumb-down that we would believe our natural resources, food, and all forms of sustainability are running out and there will be nothing left for future generations? Evidently the greediness of the evil men who are plotting and hoarding do. They believe their own lies. It is sad they don’t know the Almighty God who has promised to supply all our needs. Our fore fathers did:

President James Madison said, “History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments [central banking] by controlling money and its issuance.”

President Andrew Jackson said, “You are a den of vipers and thieves. I intend to rout you out, and by the Eternal God, I will rout you out…if people only understood the rank injustice of the money and banking system, there would be a revolution by morning.”

President Thomas Jefferson said, “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks…will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered… The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.”

Not until 1913 when President Woodrow Wilson signed into law the Federal Reserve System was our country doomed. This is the private bank President Jefferson referred to.

All the support systems protecting our freedoms are presently being torn down through our financial sector. Soon we will be totally chained to the whims of powerful overlords who have the ability to jolt our economy whenever we get out of line. This is all reminiscent of how the slave traders chained their African human cargo to the bow of the ship so that the captured men, women and children could not escape or throw themselves overboard (See The Queen’s Slave Trader by Nick Hazelwood). President Jefferson knew this.

They may not have had a choice, but we do. To enable us on how best to live in such a world will require physical, financial, and spiritual adjustments.

The first step is to sift and weigh which comforts are necessities. This usually becomes apparent when there is the loss of a job. Suddenly you are faced with trying to make ends meet because the money is no longer there. Most Americans have been living well above their means because life was good and they believed the lies of the credit card companies who promised to make their lives even better. All outstanding debt needs to be eliminated, and can be with determination.

Transfer the higher interest balances to a lower interest card. Pay the minimum on the larger balance cards while paying as much as possible on the smaller balance cards. As the smaller balance cards are paid off, apply that amount, in addition, to what you are currently paying on the next larger balance card and so on. Depending on your situation it may be wise to borrow against a 401K or withdraw from an IRA to eliminate the debt. It is not easy but it can be done, and for goodness sake cut up all credit cards and live within your means. My parents never owned a credit card. Their belief was if they did not have the cash to pay for it they did not need it right then and there.


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To help with eliminating debt, make two lists, one of comforts and one of necessities. This will help you in deciding which expenses are a must and which are not. We have so much become creatures of comforts that just when we think we cannot live without Cable-TV we find that we would prefer to eat, so that cable is no longer a necessity. We need to seriously examine every corner of our lifestyle and habits. If you eat out five times a week, cut it back to once; if you are paying an extra charge to have text messaging and internet on your cell phone, eliminate it; if you can’t afford your mortgage, sell the house and buy one you can afford. Every little bit helps and will make all the difference when its crunch time.

It is very important to remember that the establishing of our once great country was based on the trust our forefathers had in the Almighty God. Their reliance was not on themselves but rather in their faith that God would provide all their needs. Because of their faith, America thrived and became a great nation, finding favor with God. If Americans would once again revert so that we rely not on our government, jobs or ourselves, but rather the provisions which are ours as a result of us moving from fear to faith in a personal relationship with God through His Son Jesus the Messiah, then we will again find favor with God.

As I have studied world history and the Biblical principles found in both the Old and New Testaments, I believe globalization is a political and economic cancer, eating at all of the foundations of society, while stripping away the rights of the average citizen in favor of those who control the economics of a country via political consent obtained from high places. This type of cancer is far more lethal than any bullet could be for it is the tool of evil men in their quest for world government control. As it spreads, it becomes the disease of all absolutes that good government put into place. Where do we go? What do we do? Who do we turn to? The only real answer is God the Father, God the Son Jesus; and God the Holy Spirit. The reason for why we have lost our financial, political and economic sovereignty is because we, individually and as a country, stopped seeking God’s face

We see in the Old Testament how the children of Israel lived as slaves under the pharaohs of Egypt. Only when they humbled themselves and prayed for a deliverer did God send Moses. Pharaoh, believing his own lie that he was impervious, challenged God’s authority, and when he was forced to acknowledge that the power of God was omnipotent did he give his consent for the Israelites to leave.

In the wilderness the Israelites sinned various times, causing God to punish them on each occasion. Because of their murmuring, God made them to wander for 40 years until the generation who murmured died off. After they entered the Promised Land, they were told to take it through conquest: the children of the Living God went up against the pagan’s. As long as the Israelites stayed in a right relationship with God, they overcame, but when they reverted back to their own way, they again became slaves.

The Bible is replete with this pattern, beginning in the Garden of Eden where Satan used deceit, deception and distortion to take away the authority that God had given to Adam. Because of Adam and Eve’s sin, God needed to find a way to redeem man from the curse of sin which accompanied their fall. In the Old Testament man’s redemption was through animal sacrifices, but in the fullness of time, God sent His Son Jesus to be crucified for all the sins of the world.

Let us remember that Jesus was born in the midst of the evil, control and slavery of the first world government, the Roman Empire. Jesus came to give us life and to show us another way to live in times of adversity; through the Spiritual power found in a personal relationship with Him. I am not talking religion, I am talking about sustainability through a personal faith in Jesus, the Messiah. For those who have a once in a while reliance on God, the time is coming that will demand total dependence on Him.

A year ago I was diagnosed with metastasis breast cancer. Because it had spread from the breast into the lymph nodes and spine I was told my cancer was in a stage four. My whole world began to caved in. But through my adversity God had a more excellent plan for me. He showed me there are many things that can cause cancer and other illnesses. I was not eating nutritious foods, thereby depriving my body of important nutrients to keep it strong, I worked 24-7 thinking I was a “Wonder Woman,” and thereby depleting my body and immune system. I was forced to come face to face with the emotional toxins that were poisoning my body through a bitterness I was not aware of. Lastly, I found I did not like myself, something I carried from childhood, and thus recognized this to be self-hatred.

Bitterness is the end-result of anger. Anger accumulates when you harbor ill-feelings and do not forgive and let go. The Bible addresses bitterness and anger extensively. The cancer was God’s mercy to me. It was the wake-up call of a lifetime as I had to face myself. Ps. 51:17 says that the “sacrifices of God are a broken and contrite heart.” The Cross is where we exchange our bitterness and anger for peace and joy found only in Jesus. This is truth. Once I let the anger go, (forgiving myself) I could forgive others. God heard my cry in November, 2007 and provided a measure of strength to a body that could not go on. In that moment of confession, He took away all the pain in my spine which was from the cancer affecting the bones. That’s Jesus. At every moment of my journey to wellness, He has provided answers, direction, and life. I am content spiritually, physically, mentally, and emotionally.

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In a world without safety nets it no longer matters what kind of problems we are confronted with: high inflation, the high cost of living, joblessness, sickness, despair, divorce, or the evil men who control the world. It is God who delivers and provides, who sits on the edge of the world (Isa. 40:20-31). It is for us to embrace His promises. The Bible is very clear about one thing, if you seek God with all your heart, you will find Him, but you must be sincere otherwise it doesn't work.

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Super-sized “big brother” is watching. Every part of our lifestyle is being examined, whether we know it or not. Supermarket cards track our buying activity, credit and debit cards track our spending habits, video cameras are tracking every movement we make. We are safe from no one.