During my prayer time this past Sunday morning, I believe God put it on my heart to study the 1929 market crash. So I cancelled what I was planning to do and spent the day studying the Dow Jones numbers for 1929, starting with the top on September 3.
This year, SPX topped on July 26, 2019, so if that was the top, our timeline is running a little ahead of 1929. I compared the daily price movements from the two tops, 1929 vs 2019, and found we’ve been tracking amazingly close. Assuming the day of the top is day 1, today was trading day 14. In 1929, the market had dropped by 6.19% at the close on day 14. SPX closed today down 6.13%, almost an identical amount. The numbers vary from day to day, but so far if we’ve fallen behind the analog, we’ve quickly caught up, and if we’ve dropped faster than they did, we’ve slowed down. The analog indicated SPX should close today at 2840, which is exactly where it closed. Yesterday, it indicated the intraday high should be 2943, which was exactly right again.
Markets can track accurately against previous analogs for a while and then deviate, so the accuracy is not guaranteed to continue. However, what got my attention was the first big drop in 1929 hit bottom 17% below the top. That got my attention for two reasons:
- In a dream on July 10, 2019, I saw a big black 2520 on a white background. Black is often associated with market sell-offs, so perhaps that explains the choice of colors.
- During my prayer time on July 22, just four days before SPX topped on July 26, I saw a red -17%. I was not shown which market it was, but when I applied a 17% drop to the recent SPX top at 3028, it came to 2516, very close to the 2520 I saw twelve days earlier.
I did not see any dates or even markets, just numbers, so these might be unrelated, but since I was prompted to study 1929 and the numbers aligned so perfectly, I believe God was connecting these numbers to an upcoming drop. The answers to these questions will come in next two or three weeks.
Someone once complained to me that the information shared in prophetic insights is too incomplete. Yes, and God does it that way on purpose because His goals are much higher than ours. We get fixated on making money, but He’s fixated on drawing us closer to Him because He wants to save our life from destruction. If we’re not walking close with Him, seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness, not just talking the talk, but walking the walk and backing it up by our obedience to His commandments, then making a lot of money could be the worst thing that could happen to us. (Matthew 6:33) It could even destroy us, just as it has many others.
So, God has a question for us, “What would it profit you to gain the whole world, but lose your eternal soul?” (Mark 8:36)
He doesn’t want any of us to perish, so it is for our own benefit that He only allows us to see in part, know in part and prophesy in part. (1 Corinthians 13:9) He requires us to live by faith. (Romans 1:17)
In the 16-minute video shown below, Lois Vogel Sharpe confirms the prompting I received to study the 1929 market crash. She shares a warning she received from God two days ago. At the 11:30 mark, she says,
The economic crash is about to happen. I saw the words this morning, “Alert! Alert! Alert!” Then I saw “1929”. Then I saw the pictures that they show of them in coats, the grayish black coats, when they were standing in line for food during the depression in 1929. God is saying the depression we are about to have will be similar to that one.
Thanks to Z3er Gary F. for sharing this video.
Author: James Bailey
James Bailey is a blogger, business owner, husband and father of two grown children. In 1982, he surrendered his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. In 2012, he founded Z3news.com to broadcast the message of salvation by reporting end time news before it happens.
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