The word I received in my spirit at the beginning of the year was ‘desperately patient’. After some clarification it has become clear that we need to maintain both our desperation and our patience in the face of the evil of this generation. God has been desperately patient with us, and we need to wait on God – eagerly awaiting His marching orders – and prepare to be obedience. Patience doesn’t mean inaction, and desperation doesn’t mean wrath. We must find this balance now. We read through Psalm 62 as well as portions of James 1, Romans 5, and 2 Peter 3.
This broadcast was produced in partnership with Prepper Broadcasting Network via a new collaborative effort Reliance: An Exploration of 21st Century Faith
In the past I’ve written about how our economic and governmental institutions are currently maintained because of a perception of confidence. In A Collapse in Credibility I anticipated a hastening erosion of confidence in the Federal Reserve. Fast forward three months and even mainstream media outlets are questioning the effectiveness of the ongoing emergency monetary policy at the Fed in light of their lies concerning data dependence and their lack of direction. Some are even openly declaring that the unprecedented monetary policy pursued over the last decade has failed. While this was by no means a difficult forecast, to this day it remains opaque to those who hold on to the beliefs that the Fed has their best interests in mind, is focused only on its stated objectives, has the power to achieve its stated objectives, and provides accurate prognostications.
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