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What the Constitution Really Says

Although it has been twisted and manipulated by politicians (for their selfish needs) what the Constitution really says will shock many of you.


Right now, some of you might be thinking: “What does this have to do with the markets?”


We are glad you asked.


Because most people fail to recognize how politics affects the markets all around the world.

And when you understand how “Everything is Connected… EVERYTHING” you’ll be better equipped to deal with market gyrations and volatility.


But let’s get back to the what the Constitution really says.


In the United States, we are blessed that the highest power was given by God to the people under the Constitution.


Our Founding Fathers wrote it based on Biblical truths.

That often upsets many people…but it is the truth.


And our Constitution has lasted longer than any other in history.

Ironically (or NOT) far too many people fail to make that connection today.

And they totally miss the fact that it was written to protect us from government.  Not the other way around.



The Constitution Says…Submit



We are to submit to God first and the Constitution as it is in line with the Word of God. 


And if authority steps out of those bounds, we have the right – actually the responsibility – to not relinquish our God-given rights.



However, most people fail to recognize that submission is an attitude, not an action.

But it will express itself through actions. And we can have a submissive attitude and yet disobey an ungodly command.

Rom 13:1 clearly says…


Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God.



Many people have mistakenly interpreted these passages to say that God is the one who puts all people in places of authority over us.

But that’s not what this is saying.


The Lord ordained government, but not all people in the positions of government are ordained of God.


The governors themselves may not be of God, but civil government is definitely of God.


So, why is this important, and how will it affect the markets?


  1. When loss of confidence in government increases, we get chaos
  2. Chaos causes money to move towards stability.
  3. Smart money ALWAYS moves ahead of the masses
  4. Are you seeing the pattern?



Currently, anyone with an opinion different from the District of Caligula are labeled as EXTREMISTS who spread disinformation.


As a result, confidence in our government is like a car going down a very slippery slope without any brakes to stop.


How are you prepared to deal with it?


Find out in our February edition of “…In Plain English” (HERE).

Share this with a friend…especially if they don’t believe the Constitution was based on the Bible.

They’ll thank YOU later.


And tell them:


We’re Not Just About Finance

But we use finance to give you hope.






Invest with confidence.
James Vincent
The Reverend of Finance
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