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Can We Create More Jobs?
by Jeanna or Jen
10/23/2008 / Prophecy
SUPPORT OUR EFFORTS TO RESTORE THIS NATION! NOT FROM THOSE WHO ARE ON TOP. BUT, SUPPORT THOSE FROM THE BOTTOM UP! WE BE AT THE BOTTOM!
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Today, the economy can change only due to one thing. What can would be that change? Well, when we say, 'One Nation Under God', are we a nation under God? Are we a Jacob Nation? I am not, I am looking from the bottom of the barrel. I am striving to survive.
I do not believe that any of us can say we are genuine and true. That is, that we are genuine and true according to the standards of what a Jacob Nation is.
If people are down and out and there are no jobs, then are we founded upon a GOD NATION? Should the neighbor be saying: "Where is there God?" Joel 2: 17. A nation under God would be a plentiful nation of out pouring of love and strength. Is this a time where we need to wear sack clothe and ashes?
Why should we be relying on those of government to have the answeres? When the answer is in our laps. Yes, we have are looking a the glass half full! Yes we are not seeing a full Heaven here! Yes, this is a time of excitement and joy because we need to realize that the climax of the book of Joel has not been fulfilled. What is the key verse? it is Joel 2: 16. Let's bring Jesus out of the room together please!
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