Called to Deal With It
Feb 24, 2009
During the Clinton presidential campaign in 1991, his winning slogan was "It's the economy, stupid."
Today, the slogan is, "It's the debt, stupid."
People have always been indebted, of course, but the real problem is when the government itself becomes the great debtor--needlessly. It was given the power/authority under the constitution to create its own monetary system--"U.S. Notes." These were called "money" right on the notes themselves.
Then the Fed was created, and it began to create Federal Reserve Notes, which at first merely stated that they could be redeemed in lawful money. One big problem is that the general public does not know the legal definition of words.
The Federal Reserve Act was written at a secret meeting on Jekyl Island by the bankers in 1911. When President Wilson signed it into law in February of 1914, the U.S. government gave away its right to create money to a consortium of private bankers, who formed a bank corporation called The Federal Reserve. It is not a government-owned operation. It is the government's CREDITOR.
Once in a while, this is even mentioned on the mainstream news:
The implications of this, however, seem to be lost. The fact is, all bonds the Fed holds, representing debt that America owes them, ought to be null and void. If the U.S. Treasury can create a bond, it can create money. There is no reason why the U.S. Treasury should have to create a bond and trade it for money created by the private bankers out of nothing.
This is the root cause of the debt problem. And since the borrower is servant to the lender (Prov. 22:7), the U.S. government is the servant of the secret class-A stockholders of the Federal Reserve Bank. This is how America was conquered by modern "Babylon." It is Babylon, because the year 1914 was precisely "seven times" after the original Babylon became an Empire in 607 B.C.
Seven times is 7 x 360 years, or 2,520 years. From 607 B.C. to 1914 A.D. is precisely 2,520 years.
The timing of the Federal Reserve Act identifies it biblically and prophetically.
The solution, however, is not to fight the Fed, but to deal with God. In Jeremiah's day, the solution to their problem was not to fight Nebuchadnezzar, but to deal with God. We are in the same situation now. But today, we are fortunate to be living at the END of the Babylonian captivity, rather than at its beginning. Modern Babylon has run its course, and God is now working to set us free.
The problem is that God will not set us free until we meet Him on His terms. There are conditions to be met before we are set free. Otherwise, as Scripture puts it so graphically, we would return to our own vomit like a dog. No, this time God intends to establish His Kingdom on earth. The Stone Kingdom even now has struck the Babylonian image on its feet and is grinding it to powder (Dan. 2:34, 35).
We have done our part from 1993-2006 in our Jubilee Prayer Campaign. This was the first pre-requisite, because the overcomers appealed to the Divine Court to receive the authority from Babylon, on the grounds that Babylon had misused its divine mandate to rule the earth and had overstepped its boundaries set by the Divine Decree in the days of Jeremiah.
In March 2001 we established the prayer "God bless America," and six months later, the whole nation was praying this prayer. To "bless" means to turn us from our iniquities (Acts 3:25, 26). God is currently answering that prayer by collapsing the economy. The plan is to expose the Babylonian economic system for what it is--a Ponzi scheme that steals money from the poor to give it to the rich. Sort of a reverse Robin Hood scheme.
When the people see usury for what it is (a sin), and how usury puts people into bondage, then the people will accept the biblical economic system that the Kingdom of God advocates.
But as of today, the Church itself continues to put away God's law in general, and this includes putting away the law against usury. Hence, the collapse will persist for some time yet, with no bottom in sight. The only solution is repentance and acceptance of the simple idea that God exists and that He knew what He was doing when he outlawed usury. When we regain our confidence that God knew what He was doing, and stop maligning Him and pushing Him out of both church and state, then we will see the light at the end of the tunnel.
In other areas of national policy, we will have to come to the same conclusion that God was right and that man's laws were wrong. The idea that everyone has the right to worship the god of his choice is another idea that is crumbling in the reality of the American and European experience. There is, of course, within the bounds of biblical law, freedom of conscience in the Kingdom of God. But there is no freedom for man to create his own laws and establish his own moral values, as if man was his own creator and owned himself.
The only true freedom is to become a bondslave of Jesus Christ. All other kings and masters are oppressive in some way, unless conformed to His image. Jesus Christ is the King in the Kingdom of God, for He is the Heir to the throne of David. His throne was usurped in His first appearance (Matt. 21:38), and the usurpers are now our top Babylonian rulers of this world-system. They have worked hard to convince us of their "traditions of men" that destroy the divine law (Matt. 15:1-9).
Large sections of the Church blatantly despise the law and teach men so. God will deal with them accordingly. Jesus said in Matt. 5:19 that they will be "least in the Kingdom," and tells the Christian miracle-workers in Matt. 7:23 to "depart from me, you who practice lawlessness."
The Apostle Paul says the same thing in 2 Tim. 2:5, "he is not crowned except he strive lawfully." John agrees, telling us that "sin is lawlessness" (1 John 3:4) and that true believers "purify themselves" from such practices (vs. 3).
Some Christians put away the entire law, while others pick and choose which laws they wish to keep. Some are horrified by abortions because they murder babies, and yet they think nothing of the sin of usury. Some large ministries even own banks. Non-Christians are more justified in their sin than Christians, who pretend to be holy, but are in fact holy lawless.
But all this was prophesied in the law itself. The law of tribulation tells us plainly that when sin abounds, God will bring us into captivity, and "there you shall serve other gods" (Deut. 28:64). In effect, God has said, "If you really want to serve other gods, then I will put you into captivity to the chosen people of those other gods; and you will serve them until you get a belly full. When you see the results of your folly, then you will turn to Me."
This is where we are today. The golden calf is falling, and Moses is grinding it to powder (Ex. 32:20). Babylon, the Head of Gold, is falling, and the Stone is grinding it to powder (Dan. 2:35). We live in traumatic times, not of our own choosing, but we are called to deal with it. Let us be found on God's side in this conflict.
Dr. Stephen Jones