Tuesday, December 15

Rick Joyner Prophecy for 2016 : Five Trends That Will Change The World in 2016

A geopolitical shift has taken place at the end of 2015 that could change the world more than we have seen since the collapse of the Iron Curtain. Core beliefs and values are being challenged across the globe. With such a major change of direction happening, where are we headed?
         The following are the five major events that will likely define our immediate future and impact world affairs for the foreseeable future. These are listed in the sequence they occurred, not necessarily the sequence of importance or impact:
1)   China stock market crashes
2)   Falling energy prices
3)   Russian military intervention into the Middle East
4)   Paris and San Bernardino terrorist attacks
5)   The Trump candidacy
         We will look at each of these for the message they have, but first we will briefly discuss the most basic change factor in world affairs—initiative. In military operations and world affairs, having the initiative is necessary for success. The one with the initiative can control the battle or geopolitical situation, requiring their opponent(s) to react to them rather than the other way around. Therefore, those with the initiative have a major advantage in the confrontation. For this reason, the most important factors to look for to discern the nature of events and where they are heading are:
1)   Who has the initiative
2)   What are their intentions or goals
3)   What are their resources and strategies for sustaining the initiative
     Now we’ll look at each of the five events having a major impact on the world and their potential consequences.

The China Stock Market Crash
         China’s economic growth has been a key factor impacting the world economy this century. Without it, the recovery after 9/11 or the crash of 2008 would have been more difficult, if not impossible. China is now one of the biggest economic forces in the world, rivaling the impact of both the U.S. and Europe.

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