The Indwelling Spirit Has Always Been Indwelling

What was the significance of Pentecost?  There are a few different views of its significance that are held by those within Christianity.  Some believe that Pentecost marked the day when the Spirit came to indwell believers.  This implies that the Old Testament saints did not have the Spirit of God dwelling in them until then.  [ keep reading ]

What’s Wrong with Me? –Part 1: Am I Dying?

“Please test me…I’m pretty sure I’m dying of something”. It was 2009 and my husband was deployed for six months. I was beyond exhausted…I went to bed exhausted…woke up exhausted. I was certain that the blood panels from the base clinic would reveal some abnormalities that would require further testing. What came back instead was [ keep reading ]

What Are the Economic Drivers of the South African Rand?

In order to successfully trade the South African Rand (SAR) a trader will have to be aware of the major economic drivers affecting fluctuations in the currency’s valuation. Some of these factors will include the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), the commodities market and carry trade strategies. Keeping a close eye on these factors will [ keep reading ]

What Are the Economic Drivers of the New Zealand Dollar?

The New Zealand dollar (NZD) is considered a major currency in the forex market. Although it is not as heavily traded as other major currencies, such as the U.S. dollar and euro, the New Zealand dollar is still significantly traded by currency traders. Therefore, it is important for forex traders to understand the economic drivers [ keep reading ]

Societal Whims

“Everyone who hears these words of Mine and does not act on them, will be like a foolish man who built his house on the sand. The rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and slammed against that house; and it fell—and great was its fall.”-Matthew 7:26-27 I was reading an article in [ keep reading ]

What Are the Economic Drivers of the Australian Dollar?

Just like any currency, what drives the market movements of the Australian dollar is supply and demand for the Australian currency. However, being able to pinpoint specifically the more influential economic drivers of the Australian dollar is important for any forex trader looking to make profit. Some of the most important economic factors are the [ keep reading ]

Kingdom Character

“O Lord, who may abide in Your tent?  Who may dwell on Your holy hill?  He who walks with integrity, and works righteousness, and speaks truth in his heart.”-Psalm 15:1-2   One of the running themes in the Scriptures is the Kingdom of God.  In the New Testament, especially, our Lord Jesus speaks often of [ keep reading ]

What Are the Economic Drivers of the Canadian Dollar?

No matter what currencies a speculator trades it is important to understand the fundamental economic factors which affect movements in the currency’s price movements. Like any currency, the value of the Canadian dollar is significantly affected by the central bank’s monetary policies. Also, fluctuations in the commodity markets can also be a strong influence on [ keep reading ]

How to Use Currency Correlations to Trade Forex

Volatility is something which could bring significant gains for a forex trader. However, it can also be the cause of large losses if investors are not careful. This is why understanding currency correlations is essential for any trader looking to make profits in the currency markets. What Exactly is Correlation? In the world of finance, [ keep reading ]

What Are the Economic Drivers of the Swiss Franc?

Despite being a relatively smaller country, Switzerland has historically had a large influence on the worldwide financial community. This also includes the country’s currency, the Swiss franc. The currency is the sixth-most commonly traded currency in the forex markets. Swiss National Bank The Swiss National Bank (SNB) makes monetary policy decisions for Switzerland. The SNB’s [ keep reading ]

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