Can The Global Ignorance Of Sin Cause A Global Financial Collapse?

By: Curtis Ophoven 0 Comments   3/12/2014

The Home Affairs Commissioner of the European Union Cecilia Malmstroem has discovered what the bible predicted about the economic of a nation.  

In a new report, Cecilia presented her findings with a ‘breathtaking’ high level of corruption across the EU.  

It was just a few years ago that the EU was elated by the rise of Atheism and was going to lead them into the future, a future of intellectual reasoning that would define morality as a collective society enforced by common laws that would show the world that religion was no longer needed in progressive societies.  

An economic collapse was not what they were expecting.  The problem with Atheism is that is causes people to live unrestrained lives.  When you remove God, you excuse the guilt and shame of sin – making people ignorant of sin.  Without sin there is nothing to live for but yourself, which gets expressed as corruption.  

Cecilia was surprised to find a ‘breathtakingly’ high amount of corruption across the EU, but God predicted her results thousands of years ago.  

The rise of Atheism has brought corruption across Europe and with it a financial collapse unlike the world has experienced for several decades.  

All of this could have been avoided if the EU would have read what the bible predicted.

For example, God promised the Jewish nation in Deuteronomy 6 that if they followed the Lords commands, they will be blessed and their children will live long in the land of their fathers.  But if they do not follow the Lords commands, they would be cursed and society would fall apart.   

Deuteronomy 28 sums this up;

“You will experience all these blessings if you obey the LORD your God.”  - Deuteronomy 28:2

“But if you refuse to listen to the LORD your God and do not obey all the commands and laws I am giving you today, all these curses will come and overwhelm you” – Deuteronomy 28:15 

Similar promises can be found in other places.  In some cases the Lord points out a nation as an example of how “you will reap what you sow” and if you sow to the Spirit you will reap in the Spirit, and if you sow to your sinful nature, then you will reap the destruction that results. (Galatians 6:7–8) 

Without understanding the irreplaceable value of biblical morality, a nation becomes its own greatest threat.   

America does not call itself an Atheist nation, but according to the new poll by George Barna, only 4% of Americans have a Christian biblical worldview.  

Similar reports in America have shown that the corruption between the Rating Agencies and the Government controlled Mortgage companied caused the 2008 housing market collapse, triggering the largest recession since 1930.  

These reports in the two largest economies in the world point out what the Lord predicted long ago, moral collapse leads economic collapse.  Unless the nations of the world reverse course and turn back to God, they are likely to see even greater economic collapse.

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