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Falling Apart Like a $2 Suitcase

Personally, I don’t know anyone that has a $2 Suitcase.

But if they did then it would be easy to compare that suitcase with how our economy and global political images are falling apart today.

And just like the brittle, worn out $2 suitcase there’s not much reinforcement to support it.

But that’s because the weight of all the Debt we have accumulated over the last decade is taking its toll.

Falling apart like a $2 suitcase,” is a phrase often used by my favorite Preacher/Teacher Andrew Wommack (

In his messages he describes how people who are spiritually unprepared to deal with radical change – just like what’s happening today – “Fall apart like a $2 suitcase.” 

It’s a great word picture and, quite frankly, summarizes the mood of the vast majority of people you come in contact with.

Unstable markets, food shortages, Runaway Inflation, High Gas Prices, unaffordable rent/real estate, and flat-out frustration with the lack of leadership in our country is fueling this fire.

Refuse to be a $2 Suitcase

And what’s most disturbing about this is how the sheeple are reacting exactly how the boyz in the “Club” want you to act.

It’s how the 1% makes fortunes…and how the 99% always loses.

We’ve said it many times before, but it’s worth repeating.

Before this global shakeout is over it will be the greatest transfer of wealth in history.

At the same time, it represents opportunities of a lifetime *for those with ears to hear.”

(* Note: be sure to read this month’s Short and Sweet Tips column HERE to learn how to benefit from those opportunities of a lifetime)

So, the $64 Billion question is:


“How do you avoid becoming a $2 Suitcase?”

First, stop listening to the Whores-Of-Babble-On Presstitutes.

Second, start having FAITH…which is the opposite of fear.

Third, start giving more than usual.


That’s right.

Give to people (or organizations/churches and charities) who help those who have been devastated by this economic meltdown.

And if you buy take-out food, give the person a $5 tip…or more.

It could mean the world to them.

And you will benefit in return.

Scripture verifies this principle:

Giveand it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again.

~Luke 6:38~

Why not give it a try?

Start by sharing this with a friend…especially if they’re a giver.

They’ll thank YOU later.


We’re Not Just About Finance.

But we use finance to give you hope.


For Those Wondering Why Jesus Hasn’t Returned Yet…

Invest with confidence.
James Vincent
The Reverend of Finance
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