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ONE WORLD CURRENCY…WHAT IS IT AND IS IT NEW?

There has always been an ultimate one world currency which is silver and gold. Countries have created paper notes as an exchange for silver and gold. There should be no surprise when we are hearing now about the establishment or bringing forth of a one world currency, because it has always been in existence; we as nations have just used paper to distinguish our country monetary system. The same one world currency is what satan will used to allow people to worship him if they cannot buy or sell goods in these last days (Revelation 17:13-13(d)).

More importantly, the United States has never sold off its silver or particularly gold so it has a reserve in spite of what you may hear in the news media. President Nixon took America off the gold standard in 1973;he did not have the power to get rid or sell of the gold supply and thank God for that. Canada our neighbor does not have gold reserves so I can see Canada coming into partnership with the United States to keep it going in the coming years.

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WHAT MAKE YOU POOR?

Your income even if it is small does not make you poor. You become poor when have debt that is higher than your income (Deuteronomy 15:1-4). The secret to it all is to keep your expenses lower than your income whether that income is earned or residual. That is how you will be finally free.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SUCCESS AND WEALTH?

Success is completing the assignment or work God has told you that you would do for His kingdom here on earth; I am not talking about a job or trade but a divine assignment that results in power. For example, King Solomon completed God divine assignment to him to build a temple for God’s presence to dwell. One of the results because of the completion of the temple was the Glory of God’s presence in the temple where even the priest was not able to stand to complete his sermons.

Wealth on the other hand, is the accumulation of objects in the form of money, houses, and land that have limited power and resources.

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