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Morgan Stanley: Major Recession in 2013

The bank’s economics team forecasts a full-blown recession next year, under a pessimistic scenario, with global gross domestic product (GDP) likely to plunge 2 percent.

“More than ever, the economic outlook hinges upon the actions taken or not taken by governments and central banks,” Morgan Stanley said in a report.

Under the bank’s more gloomy scenario, the U.S. would go over the “fiscal cliff” leading to a contraction in U.S. GDP for the first three quarters of 2013. In Europe, the bank’s pessimistic scenario assumes a failure of the European Central Bank (ECB) in cutting rates and a delay of its bond-buying program. ...


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News Item12/3/12 8:55 AM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
Christopher000 wrote:
Dopey, just in case...I hope you took my post for what it is...a compliment.
I come off wrong at times, thinking one thing but coming across the wrong way when my thoughts are typed out, etc.
Just want to make certain that you took it the right way...
Christopher000,
as a compliment is the way I originally took what you said and I thank you for it.
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News Item12/2/12 8:40 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Dopey, just in case...I hope you took my post for what it is...a compliment.
I come off wrong at times, thinking one thing but coming across the wrong way when my thoughts are typed out, etc.
Just want to make certain that you took it the right way...
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News Item12/1/12 8:44 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Hi Dopey, yeah, I figured that it was just a typo. I did consider for a moment though that you were just mixing it up a bit since I think some here change their names a lot.
Anyway, I think it's interesting how you have placed yourself under such a powerful microscope in scrutinizing every personal detail. I have myself under a microscope as well but I'm not looking at any minor details yet because I'm still working on the larger, in your face, obvious sins. I'm actually doing pretty well considering where I was at not long ago. For me, you give a new meaning to the word "humble" and I hope I'll be able to recognize and take ownership of my faults in the same manner in the future.
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News Item11/30/12 12:03 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
Christopher000 wrote:
Thanks, Helps...and Dopey, yes, I kind of figured that it would come down to that. I can usually ease my mind after hearing about this or that happening to adults, children, etc around the world, but this one is proving to be more difficult.
I see that God has allowed you to correctly identify me even though I mistakenly posted under the name of Djopey, which I didn't mean to do.

James 5:16 Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.

I once posted a comment to the name Jssica Dawson, my comment beginning "Jssica". I believed the person who wrote the comment was Jessica Dawson and I felt very strongly that my comment should begin "Jessica". I didn't use the name "Jessica" however because of fear of the possibility of ending up looking stupid, which was pride and a manifestation of the "no good thing" I referred to in my post to you under the name "Djopey".

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News Item11/30/12 10:25 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Thanks, Helps...and Dopey, yes, I kind of figured that it would come down to that. I can usually ease my mind after hearing about this or that happening to adults, children, etc around the world, but this one is proving to be more difficult.
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News Item11/30/12 10:06 AM
Djopey  Find all comments by Djopey
Christopher000 wrote:
I have a question. I was reminded of a horrific incident that happened earlier this month in Pitts, PA... can I make myself feel ok about this when asking why God would allow such a thing? I'm NOT really questioning Him...I'm just trying to understand.
Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

one of the "powers" we wrestle against is actually in our physical bodies:

Romans 7:18 For I know that in me (that is, in my flesh,) dwelleth no good thing:...

That "no good thing" is the totally corrupt Adamic nature we inherited from Adam and it loves to oppose God by way of numerous things God loathes: adultery, fornication, homosexuality, murder, lying, stealing, pride, gluttony, believing God is unfair in a matter etc. etc. to many, many, many etcs.

Your search for understanding in what you refer to may come down in the end to doing this:

Proverbs 3:5 Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.

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News Item11/30/12 7:45 AM
Helps  Find all comments by Helps
Christopher000 wrote:
Thanks UnpServ...of course that's helpful. I can relate to the more simple statements like that. That's pretty much how I do it although I have to Google "supplication". I guess I'll just have to keep a mental list until I get this feeling that some speak of. I know when I was Charismatic, they called it a burden (I believe) and God would tell them or lay it on their hearts to pray.
I have a similar situation...a guy I met once at a train station and a guy I see walking down the street sometimes as a woman. I pray for both but wonder if once is enough or everyday for the rest of my life? I'll never know the results so this is one of those problem areas.
Thanks again
Christopher, don't wait for feelings before praying. Often the feelings develop later.

Pray because the Lord commands it. The Lord loves to hear his children talk to him and especially for matters which concern his kingdom, power and glory. Pray all the time, as much as you can. Pray for urgent and pressing things as much as you like - but be consistent and persistent.

Be childlike and if you like "beggar like" in your prayers. Keep it simple and keep it earnest.

May the Lord bless you as you seek his face.

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News Item11/30/12 7:44 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I have a question. I was reminded of a horrific incident that happened earlier this month in Pitts, PA.
A mother was at the zoo with her two year old boy gazing down upon the African dogs. The wooden fence seperating them was 4 ft high so she lifted him up to stand on it while holding him steady so he could see. Well, the little boy lost his footing, the mother lost her grip, and the boy fell a few feet down...right into the dogs open area. The boy was fine, looked up at his mother and the rest of the crowd who began to panic. The dogs immediately went into pack mentality and attacked. The mother and onlookers screamed in horror as the dogs began to mercilessly rip the fully concious, two year old boy apart...piece by piece. The boy screamed in terror and pain as he was being ripped apart until his little body went limp and died from the massive trauma.
My question is: I can I make myself feel ok about this when asking why God would allow such a thing? I'm NOT really questioning Him...I'm just trying to understand.
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News Item11/30/12 7:21 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Thanks UnpServ...of course that's helpful. I can relate to the more simple statements like that. That's pretty much how I do it although I have to Google "supplication". I guess I'll just have to keep a mental list until I get this feeling that some speak of. I know when I was Charismatic, they called it a burden (I believe) and God would tell them or lay it on their hearts to pray.
I have a similar situation...a guy I met once at a train station and a guy I see walking down the street sometimes as a woman. I pray for both but wonder if once is enough or everyday for the rest of my life? I'll never know the results so this is one of those problem areas.
Thanks again
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News Item11/29/12 5:40 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Christopher, I heartily recommend C. H. Spurgeon's Morning & Evening Devotional: 10/08/PM. I personally keep a prayer list and do end up praying for some of the same requests day in and out. Some of them I will not know how God answered it until I reach eternity as they are people with whom I have no contact. God knows and that is what counts. God loves importunate prayer, so I know I do not weary Him with repeated requests. The little ACTS acronym is helpful. Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, and Supplication. I also find praying out loud, even if it is muttering quietly, helps my concentration. As we grow in the Lord and in the knowledge of His Word, we will more frame our requests in a way that mirrors His mind and will. I may not have the great responses of my colleagues but hope this is helpful.
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News Item11/29/12 4:40 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I'm downloading a Spurgeon on prayer (pleading), and also two John McArthur things on how to pray. I've listened to him speak on the RCC and he seems pretty good. I did a search for how to pray (on SA) and was surprised to find only a handful of sermons.
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News Item11/29/12 4:21 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
I downloaded esword just recently and really like it. The amount of 3rd party modules is impressive. I reviewed several paid but settled on this one. I like the built in, always in view, notepad.
I'm torn on Bibles. I only have KJ versions right now but heard today that the more modern translations are from older texts. I don't know if that makes them more accurate or makes any fatal difference.
Time to put the hard hats on again.
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News Item11/29/12 4:14 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I downloaded esword just recently and really like it. The amount of 3rd party modules is impressive. I reviewed several paid but settled on this one. I like the built in, always in view, notepad.
I'm torn on Bibles. I only have KJ versions right now but heard today that the more modern translations are from older texts. I don't know if that makes them more accurate or makes any fatal difference. I haven't run across the crosswire software but will take a look.

Also, thanks Mike.

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News Item11/29/12 2:44 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
E-Sword is a good program, and you'll find programs that will run on various operating systems on The CrossWire Bible Society Unfortunately probably all of these don't have a free version of the NASB, and you can download NASB Bible program from here, Quick Bible programs - Lockman. They also happen to be a fan of the E-Sword program.

1 Corinthians 14
8 For if the bugle produces an indistinct sound, who will prepare himself for battle?
9 So also you, unless you utter by the tongue speech that is clear, how will it be known what is spoken? For you will be speaking into the air.
11 If then I do not know the meaning of the language, I shall be to the one who speaks a barbarian, and the one who (g) speaks will be a barbarian to me.---NASB

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News Item11/29/12 1:06 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
John UK wrote:
...yes, I still am using e-sword, which I find invaluable.
Are you staying longer this time, Dopey?
John my dear brother I also find the program I use, theWord, invaluable, particularly in regard to my memory, concerning passages of Scripture, which grows dimmer as the years go by.

Through previous study over the years and present study of Scripture God has graciously allowed me to remember parts of many, many verses which the "Bible Search view" function in theWord very quickly allows me to find as well as new verses and passages that may deal with the things of Scripture I am thinking about.

In regard to staying longer this time I certainly want to but it His will that will prevail.

Psalms 31:14-15 KJV
But I trusted in thee, O LORD: I said, Thou art my God.
My times are in thy hand: deliver me from the hand of mine enemies, and from them that persecute me.

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News Item11/29/12 12:08 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Dopey wrote:
Knowing "exactly where to go" in my view starts here, "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable..." 2 Timothy 3:16, and here "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."-- 2 Timothy 2:15
There are numerous things that can aid the study of Scripture two of which are memorization of Scripture and commercial or free Bible software such as theWord which I use, or e-Sword which the last time John UK and I discussed Bible software stated he uses. Both of those Bible software programs are free and can accomplish incredible things, one of which is to search the entire Bible in seconds for what you are looking for.
That's it my friend. Once scripture is memorised, even if you can't remember the exact location, it can easily be found through the use of a concordance on the Bible software you mentioned. And yes, I still am using e-sword, which I find invaluable.

Are you staying longer this time, Dopey?

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News Item11/29/12 11:12 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Christopher000 wrote:
Oh boy...sorry, I didn't mean for any arguments to ensue. Wouldn't it be nice if we could have personal conversations with Jesus to sort out questions like this?
---
You've hit something, Christopher. Prayer is conversation with the Lord, not a routine based on a formula. Read some of David's psalms for insight as to how the man after God's own heart prayed. As for the "Lord's Prayer," it isn't a prayer as such, but an outline of priorities when we come to him in prayer.

"Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name"- Recognizing his headship, and his holiness.

"Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven"- Prayer for his kingdom to come and for his wiil to be done,

THEN we petition- example given- "Give us this day our daily bread"

"Forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors"- prayer for a forgiving heart

"Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil"-keep us from falling into temptation, protect from the evil one.

"For thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever."- Ending prayer recognition that it all belongs to him, so that our prayer may be in his will, and we can trust the results to him, not to our getting the effort perfect.

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News Item11/29/12 10:49 AM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
Christopher000 wrote:
I think it's pretty amazing how, whether in this thread or others, you all can pull out verses and apply them to the topics. The Bible is a big fat book with an enormous amount of reading material, yet you can pull out single verses of scripture to make points, aid in discussions, or answer questions. I wonder how you know exactly where to go.
Knowing "exactly where to go" in my view starts here, "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable..." 2 Timothy 3:16, and here "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."-- 2 Timothy 2:15

There are numerous things that can aid the study of Scripture two of which are memorization of Scripture and commercial or free Bible software such as theWord which I use, or e-Sword which the last time John UK and I discussed Bible software stated he uses. Both of those Bible software programs are free and can accomplish incredible things, one of which is to search the entire Bible in seconds for what you are looking for.

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News Item11/29/12 10:27 AM
Biblios  Find all comments by Biblios
Christopher000 wrote:
I think it's pretty amazing how, whether in this thread or others, you all can pull out verses and apply them to the topics. The Bible is a big fat book with an enormous amount of reading material, yet you can pull out single verses of scripture to make points, aid in discussions, or answer questions. I wonder how you know exactly where to go.
Read it every day, meditate on it, apply it, study it seriously, make outlines etc and you will be surprised how quickly you can come to know it well.
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News Item11/29/12 9:35 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I think it's pretty amazing how, whether in this thread or others, you all can pull out verses and apply them to the topics. The Bible is a big fat book with an enormous amount of reading material, yet you can pull out single verses of scripture to make points, aid in discussions, or answer questions. I wonder how you know exactly where to go.
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