When you look at things from a God-given perspective, they can seem upside-down but actually be very, very right-side-up. That’s the case lately with gold and silver prices.
Gold prices are at or near their lowest levels in about nine years. If it’s so wise for you to be investing in precious metals via gold and silver coins, as I’ve been advising my clients and helping them do for years, then what is God’s purpose in allowing prices of these commodities not only to languish but to fall – even as the backdrop of economic collapse suggests they should be climbing?
There are lots of reasons that secular economists and investment advisers will advance for this seeming conundrum, such as the fact that the U.S. dollar has strengthened lately and that the American economy seems stronger. Shrewd financiers also know that the U.S. government is manipulating silver prices to keep the spot price low.
But I think there’s a spiritual reason afoot as well: God is keeping the price low for His children. He wants all of us to be able to possess real money, not the paper variety created by man’s creaking debt-money system. Genesis 2:12 actually explains why and how God created gold and silver: as a medium of exchange.
Do you want to argue with God about the merits of today’s paper-money system, and that somehow all you have to do is become “debt-free” within it, and that your financial resources will be preserved because of that? I’ll take God in that fight.
When the financial markets again collapse very soon, as I’ve been warning my clients for years that they will, the debacle will make 2008 look like just a bad night at the casino. God is preparing to shake the world’s debt-money system to its very foundations, and when that happens, precious-metals prices will soar once again.
Until this happens, we at RealMoneyUSA have plenty of the right silver and gold coins to make your nest eggs and investments world-proof. Take advantage of the pause that, I believe, God has arranged before prices go up again.
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