“Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?” − Romans 8:35
Did you know that almost every 10 years the U.S. economy faces a recession? How often do you go through a spiritual recession? How do you recession-proof your life?
A recession is a significant decline in general economic activity extending over a period of time, usually two consecutive quarters. The U.S. economy faces a recession almost every 10 years but they do not last long. The signs of a recession include: increase in unemployment rate above the norm, two consecutive quarters of declining GDP, fewer business activities that last at least three months, decline in personal income, and increase in prices of consumer goods. If not dealt with, a recession can turn into a depression. To protect yourself from financial failure during an economic recession you must minimize your spending, increase your savings, remain consistent in your giving, pray without ceasing and stay in the Word of God. Though Christians are not immune to economic recessions, we have a competitive advantage since we can tap into the supernatural. Log in to read the full article