On January 18 2017, I awoke hearing the Holy Spirit say, “October 23rd”. I searched through my journals and found my notes from October 23 2015 with the word “Fiat.” That was the day the Holy Spirit awoke me saying “Fiat” several times. I knew it was in reference to our current economic and currency issues.
Fiat is a Latin word meaning “It shall be.” Fiat money is defined as a currency which derives its value from government regulation or law. It is created when a government declares it legal tender, but it is not backed by a physical commodity. Its’ value is derived from supply and demand rather than the value of the material it is made of. It cannot be redeemed for gold or silver.
Newly elected President Trump inherits a debt of 20 trillion dollars and a prolonged economic depression accompanied by the lowest employment rates since 1978. Many analysts see an economic crisis coming.
Will the U.S. dollar become worthless due to hyperinflation, such as Germany in the 1920’s?
Is the Lord warning us to prepare for a coming financial collapse that will send shock waves rippling around the world?
Then the next day, January 19, I heard in my spirit, “Civil war will ensue.”
Financial breakdowns are often accompanied by social chaos, civil unrest and a breakdown of law and order. Our nation is as divided as ever and sitting on a tinderbox, it won’t take much for a roaring fire to ignite. I think it is time to sit up and take notice of the flashing warning signs all around us.
Author: Barbara McDonald
The Lord began giving Barbara McDonald prophetic words and visions in 2010. While going through a painful personal journey, the Holy Spirit started unveiling amazing prophecies to her. After years of journaling, He led her to create a book from these personal writings, which she plans to release in 2017. Barbara is an avid follower and researcher of biblical prophecies and how they relate to today’s geopolitics and world headlines.
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