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Change Your Heart - Part 1 (1 of 2)
Dr. Fred Lowery
Isaiah 26:3; Malachi 3:6; Hebrews 13:8; Mark 5:3-5; Mark 5:19-20; Isaiah 56:3; Romans 3:23; John 3:16; Deuteronomy 6:4-5
October 12, 2008
All right I want to talk to you this week change you can believe in because according to the Gallup Poll last week only 9 % of Americans like the way America is going. Now you've read the polls, congress now their approval rating is 13%. So these are difficult times. The lowest in history. They've been doing polls but also the market plunged. We had the worst week since the market has been in existence 112 years. The worst week in 112 years and just last week we lost what, three trillion dollars out of our retirement accounts. So your 401K is now 101K. And it just seems to get worse and worse and nobody knows what's going to happen. Friday the latest in this whole downward deal the loss is at 8.33 trillion dollars. That's amazing. So naturally people are in fear and some want to panic. Most don't know what to do. Our government you know they have injected billions of dollars bailing out banks, companies so their CEO's can go to a hotel and relax a little bit and spend four hundred thousand dollars of our tax money. Now let me tell you what really concerns me any time the government has to step in it usually gets worse. And my fear is that when the government starts taking over and starts taking over banks, starts getting involved with these companies that we're headed toward socialism and nationalization. So it's a time that we ought to be concerned about what's happening in our country. No wonder the two presidential candidates are trying to out-change one another. Have you noticed that? Which one can say change the most? By the way I did do some figuring of where I am personally because I heard one specialist, expert say this. We will get back to where we were in twenty seven years. Does that just bless you? Does that encourage anybody? I simply jus ...
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