- Posted September 30, 2013 by
Not many of us remember this: but in WWI, they had rations for we the people and the war effort. Those were tickets they handed out, for your needs, with a stub, that offered you, one pair of shoes a year, and people would put cardboard in their shoes, because the soles wore out. WWI cost America, every penny we had, yet people shared and sacrificed, for the boys against the evil axis. It was hard times, compared to now and respect was survival. So if a shut-down comes, remember to be united as these United States of America. This is not a time for violence or looting, but a opportunity to be resourceful and show compassion. There is a glitch to WWI and that is other Kingdoms found out we were broke, and our so-called allies went short-selling the stock exchange, and we the people panicked and had a run on the banks, and we dove into the great depression. Keep thinking my friends and praying and listening to God. You will become inspired and industrious, as a blessing we can't contain. "Thanksgiving is coming to a more prosperous America." This I prophesize, with you, my brothers and sisters. Not only will we invent talents, but we will live in abundance, not slaves to other nations for heating oil and luxury items. " Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all good things will be added unto us." Not: "where thieves do break in and steal, or moth and rust does corrupt."