In the 7-minute video shown below, Christian author Steve Quayle shares a warning he has received from insider sources that the real shortages begin on July 15th. Please note Steve is not claiming to have received this as a prophetic word from God. He is only relaying what his insider sources are telling him, but I am taking this seriously because his sources have proven to be very accurate in the past and because others have received prophetic warnings regarding great trouble coming to our nation prior to the November 3rd presidential election. If such a scheme is being orchestrated, July 15 sounds like the right time for it to begin since it is just 16 weeks prior to the election.
Regarding potential shortages, Z3 News author Christopher Harris has recently shared prophetic warnings of skyrocketing prices of meat. Although the timing of that event was not revealed, it sounds like it might be related to the warnings of shortages given to Steve Quayle. Some meat processing facilities have already experienced shut downs this year and cattle ranchers have complained of government pressure to destroy perfectly healthy livestock.
Also, paper products such as toilet paper and paper towels have already experienced shortages and continue to be in short supply, so it might be wise to stock up on those items prior to July 15. In the event that there are no shortages, the downside risk of stocking up on paper products is minimal since they don’t have expiration dates and we know we’ll be using them eventually.
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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