Fling those church doors open!


Wow, what a great time this is! Mammon’s disciples are bewildered, their god has failed them and they ain’t even seen the half of it yet!


Fling those church building doors open night and day. Preach and teach Jesus night and day. There has never been a better time in the last 50 years to evangelize and make disciples of the mammon worshippers, both in the world and in Christendom. Their hope is fading; their god has let them down. Praise the Lord! They’re looking, like never before, for something to believe in and Jesus is the only answer.


Stuff those letterboxes with the good news, knock those doors, advertise nightly gospel and revival meetings, feed the needy and destitute, preach the Word without compromise, for this is God’s time in our age to shake both the foundations of the world and Christendom and turn religious believers into true disciples in order to save as many sinners as possible. This is His time and our calling.


Is this financial chaos really that bad though?  Read this from last night’s UK Telegraph:

 “Risk of Disintegration of Global Finance Within Days…”

By Ambrose Evans-Pitchard

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“We face extreme danger. Unless there is immediate intervention on every front by all the major powers acting in concert, we risk a disintegration of global finance within days. Nobody will be spared, unless they own gold bars….”
Investors will learn today whether the Paulson bail-out – fattened to $850bn (£480bn) by Congress – can begin to halt the death spiral in the credit system. So far, the response looks terrible.Germany is now in the hot seat. The collapse of a rescue deal for Hypo Real Estate on Saturday threatens a €400bn (£311bn) bankruptcy that nearly matches the Lehman Brothers debacle for sheer scale. Chancellor Angela Merkel has been forced to pull her head out of the sand, guaranteeing all German savings, a day after she rebuked Ireland for doing much the same thing. Reality intrudes.During the past week, we have tipped over the edge, into the middle of the abyss. Systemic collapse is in full train. The Netherlands has just rushed through a second, more sweeping nationalisation of Fortis. Ireland and Greece have had to rescue all their banks. Iceland is facing an Argentine denouement.The US commercial paper market is closed. It shrank $95bn last week, and has lost $208bn in three weeks. The interbank lending market has seized up. There are almost no bids.It is a ghost market.Healthy companies cannot roll over debt. Some will have to sack staff today to stave off default.As the unflappable Warren Buffett puts it, the credit freeze is “sucking blood” out of the economy. “In my adult lifetime, I don’t think I’ve ever seen people as fearful,” he said.We are fast approaching the point of no return. The only way out of this calamitous descent is “shock and awe” on a global scale, and even that may not be enough….



Bob Chapman MA



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