February 15, 1999
God be praised!
My latest book, God's Plan To Protect His People In The Coming Depression, is being mailed out to many hundreds every day. We are doing our best to keep up with the flood of orders. If you have ordered your copy, I can assure you we are doing everything possible to rush it to you.
We have been blessed by the comments we've already received about the book. Here are some of those responses: "I have never been more encouraged by a book...I'm glad you did not come across as an alarmist...The book was sweet and encouraging in tone...It gave me much hope...Most likely only the spiritually-minded will take the time to study your book to discover the deeper truths, especially regarding Zion...The Holy Spirit breathes throughout the book...It drew me closer to the Lord..."
America's prosperity is rampant right now. Everything seems to be booming. The president tells us we enjoy the best economy in history. Stocks keep climbing. Real estate is at its highest peak. People are on a buying spree. More automobiles are being sold than ever before.
And yet here I am warning that a depression is coming. Even some of my friends seem to tire of my warnings and writings now. They're becoming like so many Americans today who simply don't want to listen to anything negative. But one day, not too far off, my warnings will not be pushed out of mind. I tell you with all that is in me - we are soon going to see the speculative bubble burst. And then it will be panic time. I am more certain of this than ever. I see it everywhere I turn now in the scriptures. God cannot lie; a nation that turns to golden idols and legislates him out of its society cannot put off judgment for long.
Finally, a number of readers have asked why I use lowercase pronouns in my books and newsletters when referring to deity. I'm a dyed-in-the-wool, old-fashioned King James reader. And this version uses lowercase pronouns when referring to deity, such as he, him, etc. Check just a few of the following King James references to see the lowercase letters used when referring to deity: Luke 6:10, 12, 13, 17, 19, Luke 7:1, 9, 12. Of course I always use uppercase letters when referring to Jesus, God, Christ, Holy Spirit. But you'll find lowercase pronouns used all through the King James, rather than Victorian-style uppercase. New American Standard uses the uppercase style, but I prefer the King James style.
God bless all our readers. God bless all who support our varied ministries to addicts, alcoholics, the fatherless and the poor. Miraculously, God keeps supplying our needs on a daily basis. Thanks for caring.
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