Financial Armageddon Coming to America

21 Responses

  1. Johannes says:

    Will God answer prayers that ask for the removal of pres. Barack Hussein Obama from office?

  2. elizabeth says:

    I belive you have a typo. Correct statment is NOT to be anchored in the finacel markets ,right John. ?

  3. Brian says:

    “Regardless of what society says, we cannot go on much longer in the sea of immorality without judgment coming,” says evangelist Billy Graham in a new interview.

  4. Jackie says:

    I think that everyone needs to stock up on food that has a long shelf life. It is easy to find out the shelf life by going out on the Internet. If the dollar goes down at least you will have food and water! You buy insurance in hopes of never having to use it. If you can GET OUT OF DEBT. Are the trinkets from China really that necessary. We’ve all bought into a lot of nonsense…more toys, bigger homes, newer cars and the list goes on!
    John is right about getting money out of the bank just in case. Keep your prescription drugs current. Along with food you need to make sure you have other items on hand I.e. aspirin, pain relievers anything you use and wouldn’t want to be without!!!
    God loves us and he put those like John in our lives. Stay focused, watch what is going on

  5. Janine says:

    Check out this short video on YouTube:

    Only time will tell. Regardless, a lot is going on right now in politics as you talk about here and dividing Israel. This makes me wonder if it’s intentional to keep our eye’s off of the sky’s. Kind of like a “wag the dog” type of thing. Either way, we need to be in prayer.

  6. Scarlet Ann Grey says:

    Christians, a financial collapse by the federal government could be the greatest opportunity for evangelism in a century. When faith in government is erased, people will look to the Church. We must be ready to help them physically and spiritually. Influence flows to those who take responsibility. Stock up food and bibles for yourself but also to further the kingdom of God.

  7. ann says:

    Pastor John Thank you for your website, I come here daily. Everyday it seems to get worse and worse in this country and around the world. I know it will because it has to….the Bible makes that clear, but in the flesh I cringe and grieve over what is happening to this country.
    I believe what you say about taking our money out of the bank…we don’t have much but we do have a small nest egg from selling a small piece of property. What should we do with that? We don’t know anything about investing or how to buy gold/silver etc. I know that all the money in the world will not protect us or anyone else and our hope is in the Lord, but we are to be good stewards while we are here…do you have any suggestions?

    Thank you

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      Ann, the best thing to do is seek the Lord about what to do with your funds.
      He will bless you when you do this.

  8. Loretta says:

    Yes, now is the time to ask God for Divine leading in what, where & when, and how; and be in tune with the Holy Spirit moment by moment. Jesus is our provider, protector, healer, and most important “Our Savior”. Just like, He told Joseph what to gather HE will lead us.
    Love and Blessings to all of you.

  9. Irene C says:

    “Therefore I say unto you, Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life more than meat, and the body than raiment? Behold the fowls of the air: for they sow not, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are ye not much better than they? (Matthew 6:25-26)

    Brother John, brothers and sisters who comment here. I am blessed. I have no money in the bank, very little money at home (I’m talking a couple of dollars at most) and my food supply is week to week. But like I said, I am blessed. The financial downturn back in 2008 cost my husband his business and my mother’s medical needs caused me to file for early retirement (checks haven’t started yet). We have struggled in paying our utilities, buying food, even putting fuel in our one very old vehicle (that literaly runs on a wing and a prayer). But the Lord has provided our every need, sometimes at the last minute. He is teaching me (very slowly because I am a slow learner) how to depend on Him for ALL things. He has even allowed me to keep some things that might not be necessary but things that I want (like my computer, my cable, and the care for my pets). Do I still worry and feel stressed? I certainly do. But I confess my sin and He is there to comfort me and remind me of His provision. I have seen miracles, money that has come from out of nowhere to take care of sudden emergencies. (But I know where those miracles have come from.) He has shown me and still is showing me how to live by faith day by day. As I watch this world crumble around us, I have to remember Peter as he stepped out of the boat. As long as he kept his eyes on Jesus, he was walking on water. As soon as he looked at the waves around him, he sank. I believe that those waves around us will get higher and fiercer. And I also believe that He has been teaching me, and maybe all of us, to keep our eyes on Him and Him alone. And when I start to get really down, I try to imagine what our lives will be like when we are finally Home with our Lord. “But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.” (1 Corinthians 2:9)

    I’m sorry that this was so long, but it was something I wanted to share. Keep looking up. Maranatha

  10. Loretta says:

    Irene C: Amen and Amen. A few years back I had lost everything and here you remind me that I have absolutely nothing that God hasn’t given me. Praise and honor to His Holy Name.
    God Bless you sister.

  11. Lori says:

    Thanks for your post, it’s very uplifting to be reminded that God will supply our needs when we are low. I have to tell a cute but inspirational tidbit that my mother used to do when she lived on a minimal income with a young child to take care of. She had this old Corvair that seemed to always be on it’s last legs and she would go and put her hands on that “old car” and pray over it, well… kept going through thick and thin, mostly thin! LOL

  12. JohnMcTernan says:

    What a great name: Bible Babe!