by Tim Aka
Does the Bible predict a financial crisis at the end of time before the second advent of Christ?
Amos 3:7 states, "Surely the Lord God will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets." In Bible prophecy God has revealed what is about to take place in the global economy before His return.
The financial crisis that began in 2008 continues today though masked by an ever-growing mountain of debt in Japan, Europe, China, and the United States. Uncertainty prevails in the financial markets and the economy. Many struggle to survive as jobs disappear and money fails.
Find out God's purpose in allowing the financial crisis to hit the world and touch even His people and His church. Follow the author's personal experience of spiritual awakening and renewal as he links the story of the Financial Crisis to Bible truths. Most importantly, gain strength and encouragement to face the challenges that are sure to come as these events continue to their ultimate fruition.
About the author:
Tim Aka works in the financial services industry, has 20 years experience, and is a chartered financial analyst (CFA). Since 2008, his work has given him a close-up view of the financial crisis as it unfolded. Tim is a diligent student of the Bible. He speaks to congregations on the topic of financial crisis and Bible prophecy. Tim lives in Ontario, Canada, with his wife Sharon and their three children: Max, Danielle, and Rachel.
Pages: 224, paperback
5.5 x 8.5 inches
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: 2008—The Awakening
Chapter 2: Habakkuk 2—The Debt Default
Chapter 3: A Measure of Wheat for a Penny—Hyperinflation
Chapter 4: The Gospel Bubble?
Chapter 5: Too Big to Fail
Chapter 6: The Salvation Option
Chapter 7: The Bride, the Builders, and the Crisis
Chapter 8: Laodicea and the Root of All Evil
Chapter 9: The Panic of 1873—A Prelude to a Sunday Law
Chapter 10: The Food Crisis
Chapter 11: Unions and Monopolies
Chapter 12: Spoke Like a Dragon
Chapter 13: Slaves and Souls of Men
Chapter 14: Lovers of Pleasure
Chapter 15: Joseph and His Two Coats
Chapter 16: The Law of the Medes and Persians Which Altereth Not
Chapter 17: Approaching the Jordan Again
Back to top