Devil in financial details

It is extremely rare in this enlightened and educated age to hear someone refer to Lucifer, or the devil. Former House Speaker John Boehner used the term in describing Sen. Ted Cruz on public television recently.

 

Outside of the band Eagles of Death Metal and its music – “Who will love the devil? Who will sing his song?” – the devil never seems to be spoken of, even in church.

Yet, the Bible gives much space to Satan, the devil or whatever you want to call him – and it is not good! The most information we can find about the devil is in the Bible, but since society has voted it out of the public domain, it has little influence.

Nevertheless, just for fun, doesn’t it seem a little weird that the whole world seems ready to collapse? Many of our financial advisers are speaking of troubled times ahead. Donald Trump spoke of the coming bubble.

Puerto Rico cannot pay its $370 million in bond payments. U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew, said, “Going forward, Puerto Rico’s $70 billion of debt is unsustainable by any measure. It simply cannot afford to pay its debt.” How will the United States pay its debt of $20 trillion?

Our immorality is no longer considered immoral. We do not like stealing or murder, but everything else is OK! Can Satan be at work and we do not know it?

Gil Ward

Evans

 

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