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Is there any investing according to Bible prophecy
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DrewB
November 13th
I have a question that I been pondering on but not sure of how to do the investment. Is there a way to invest according to Bible prophecy. I know in the very near future that there will be a One World Government and by it will be a One World currency. How are we to invest when that happens. As you see there is Bitcoin and other currency that is heading to a digital currency, which in the near future be ruled by the AntiChrist. What are we to do. I know the federal is talking converting or creating FedCoin. As you see how the current administration wants to do the Green New Deal. Again how do we invest and save in this situation. Do I need to pull out from the IRA and convert it to all Gold and Silver coins. As believers of the body how are we to invest when the world is heading to a One World Currency.
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Jim

November 13th

There is a way to invest if you expect hyperinflation or economic collapse that may involve some of the assets you mention. But your question seems to be about preparing for a future time that is not yet upon us. Many have bankrupted themselves trying to predict such matters. IMHO believers need not look for the coming AntiChrist in this life, but rather should be "looking for the blessed hope and glorious appearing of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ", Titus 2:13 (NKJV). The verse preceding indicates the priorities in the mean time: "teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly in the present age, Titus 2:12 (NKJV)" A lot of good advice in Matthew 6:19-33 as well, especially regarding the incompatibility of "treasures on earth" with "treasures in heaven", and not worrying about troubles that may come. Rather than planning for a coming one-world system, the goal is be ready to "meet the Lord in the air" (I Th 4:17), then "put on immortality" (I Cor 15:54), and so be safely with the Lord when the events of the Great Tribulation do finally unfold as described in Revelation 6 and following.
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soldout

November 20th

What does IMHO believers mean?
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Jessnailedit

November 23rd

IMHO simply means, “in my humble opinion”. So His sentence should be read like “in my humble opinion believers need not look for the coming antiCbrist…” Hope that helps!
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