God and Central Banks Believe in the Power of Gold – Do You?

An alarming amount of investors still don’t believe in the true value of gold, even after gaining access to overwhelming evidence of its buying power. Central banks are steadily selling gold, but that’s not enough proof for some that gold is holding its own weight in the economic crisis. In fact, people involved in Economic Engineering would lead you to believe that Central banks only sell gold so they can get rid of their cumbersome supply. They would tell you that gold is an ancient relic from barbaric times, a non-interest-earning expense that banks are just itching to unload on unsuspecting investors. They might liken gold to worthless lumps of rock that are taking up space in bank vaults.


I beg to differ. According to the New King James Bible: “‘The silver is Mine, and the gold is Mine,’ says the Lord of hosts.” (Haggai 2:8) If it’s good enough for Him, you’d better believe that it’s good enough for us!

Not only that, but in Revelations 21:21, we learn that “The twelve gates were twelve pearls: each individual gate was of one pearl. And the Street of the city was pure gold, like transparent glass.”

What does this tell us? Quite simply, that gold stands the tests of time and value in Gods book. One would think that He would be rather selective in his choice of materials used to build His home up above, and gold is obviously worthy enough to make the cut.

If the message I’m giving you rings true, then you’re probably a believer of the laws of the Universe, otherwise known as God’s laws, otherwise known as the laws of supply and demand…no matter what you call them, just know that these laws are more powerful than you or I. Through these principles, you can also see that gold is the utmost source of wealth because of its ultimate permanence. That is, gold isn’t going anywhere…it’s going to be around forever.