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WILMINGTON, NC, May 15, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The COVID-19 pandemic sent unemployment claims skyrocketing to over 33,300,000. This surge in unemployment wiped away all the job gains since the 2009 recession in just one month. And the adjusted unemployment rate for the week ending May 1 of 19%, the DOL said, which "marks the highest level of the seasonally adjusted insured unemployment rate in the history of the seasonally adjusted series." And now as the US Economy re-opens many Americans remain in fear of more COVID-19 deaths.
At his website https://dazzlinglight.org/, John the apostle reports that, "On Thursday January 20, 2005, I made my first trip to the Chapel on the Mount of Beatitudes tourist site in Galilee. As I entered the church, the sanctuary's striking interior design and immaculate cleanliness brought me to a state of reverence and respect. I knelt at a prayer station, bowed my head, and then noticed a paper bag on the floor near my knees. I picked up the bag and saw written this message from Jesus: Open Doors – Ezekiel 7:12 – Isa. 29.
"Then during Holy Week in 2019, Jesus instructed me to send these Words of Warning to Christian Churches:
"The time is coming. The day is near when the business of Christianity will come to an end. And God's punishment will fall upon all Christians." Ezekiel 7:12. During Lent in 2020, COVID-19 bankrupted Christianity.
"Christ's Holy City in Rome is doomed! There will be weeping and wailing, and the whole city will be like an altar covered in blood." Isaiah 29:1. During Lent in 2020, COVID-19 desolated Vatican City.
"You claim to worship me, but your words are meaningless and your hearts are in your bank accounts." Isaiah 29:13. During Lent in 2020, COVID-19 filled Christian's hearts with fear.
"When I return, the light will shine into your darkness and The Word of God will once again bring happiness to poor and humble people." Isaiah 29:18-19. During Lent in 2020, COVID-19 purged Christianity for Jesus Return on September 19, 2022."
CNBC reported that, "More than three out of four Americans, 76%, fear the coronavirus COVID-19 will trigger an economic recession, according to a recent poll of over 2,000 U.S. adults conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of debt management app Tally.
"While concerns about a potential recession are high among all generations, about 59% of millennials (ages 24-39) polled say the current economic situation is prompting them to take steps to conserve their available pool of cash. The most common move: delaying major or non-essential purchases (44%). Putting the breaks on your spending is a good instinct, says Bobbi Rebell, a certified financial planner and host of the Financial Grownup podcast.
"Many millennials are making some less-than-great financial decisions right now. Roughly one in four, 23%, of millennials polled by Tally are making only the minimum payments on their credit card bills and other debt, and about 15% are relying more on credit cards for routine expenses.
"Even though interest rates are low, and it may be tempting to horde your cash instead of paying off your debts, don't do it, Rebell says. The best way to protect your finances, especially when the markets are going crazy, is to actually eliminate high-interest debt such as credit card balances. This will cut out any interest you may be paying and could, in the long run, net you some extra cash in your budget for daily costs including groceries, rent and gas.
"If you are struggling to pay bills, reach out to your bank or the creditor directly. Capital One, Citi, JPMorgan Chase, U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo have all said they are willing to work with customers impacted by the coronavirus. For longer-term solutions, many financial companies also offer hardship plans, which allow consumers to sign up for some combination of a payment schedule with lower interest rates, smaller minimum payments or lower fees and penalties.
You may be able defer utility bills through the energy bill assistance programs most companies offer, including major providers such as ComEd, Duke Energy, FirstEnergy and PSE&G.
"76% of Americans worry coronavirus will trigger a recession—here are steps to take if you're already being impacted" CNBC March 17, 2020 by Megan Leonhardt
More information is available at John's website at https://dazzlinglight.org.
At his website John reveals. "I am John the apostle from the Bible and I am here for Jesus' Second Coming to Galilee on September 19, 2022. I was born again on October 24, 1982. God spoke to me from the fiery cloud on November 16, 1982. I saw the dazzling light of God's Glory on January 7, 1983. I received three dreams of Jesus' Second Coming on October 19, 1983, June 21, 1984, and October 19, 1984. Jesus indwelled me and sang at Amity Church on April 14, 1985. Jesus called me to Galilee to write the book 'Is Your Church Heavenly?' on January 16, 2005. I saw heaven open beside the Sea of Galilee on January 25, 2005. God revealed to me that Jesus was born on September 19, 03 BC in a dream on August 19, 2017. I bleed from my stigmata on Father's Day June 17, 2018. During Holy Week of 2019, Jesus gave me Words of Warning for Christian Churches. On April 3, 2020, Christ called me to proclaim this message: 'BE READY! BE READY! BE READY! Brothers and Sisters in Christ: BE READY for Jesus' return to Galilee on September 19, 2022. BE READY for Jesus' Second Coming at the Dazzling Light Website."
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