Sunday, May 26, 2013

Challenge: Day 26

Something I read online

My husband loves to say "well I read it online, so it must be true"
You know from that commercial??
I think we all read things online, and wonder... "is that really true?"
I rescently read and listened to a post that my hubby pulled up that was all about how the American Dollar has been steadily losing it's respectability on a world stage.
How the dollar has been the earmark that the world sets their monetary value by.
And how when it is replaced that all the dollars that our mint is printing will steadily start loosing it's valuability. It was rather eye opening for those of us living in the US, and how this can really effect our way of life in the future.

Do I believe everything this man proported?
But I can see the validity to what he was saying. 
He is making prediction. 
It may or may not happen, and we as a society may or may not
be prepared for this to happen.

I'm not really into dooms day preditions, my faith is in the Lord, and that He will provide for myself and my family.  I don't think it hurts to be prepared, but not to live in fear!
I found this prediction interesting to say the least.

Proverbs 23:4-5 Do not wear yourself out to get rich; do not trust your own cleverness.Cast but a glance at riches, and they are gone, for they will surely sprout wings and fly off to the sky like an eagle.

1 comment:

  1. The eb and flow of how our money stacks and doesn't changes constantly. The stock market has never been better, so I'm wondering if your hubby read an old article. Best way to know if something is legit or not is to check the source of the information, and if it's not w true news source you've come to trust, fact check it.

    Love the proverb though, seems I read similar quote the other day in Matthew, though I can't recall exactly where. Am your newest follower.
    Oozing Out My Ears


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