Command those who are rich in this present world not to be arrogant nor to put their hope in wealth, which is so uncertain, but to put their hope in God, who richly provides us with everything for our enjoyment. I Timothy 6:17 (NIV)
Excerpt from Financial Inversion by Bernard Smalls
Now let's study the biblical season of the Great Wealth Transfer of the last days so that we put the timing of this event in proper context. Later in this book, we'll study supernatural law, wealth transfer, and the manifestation of wealth transfer in our lives. Let’s lay a solid foundation concerning the timing, which the Bible makes clear. James talks about the season being the last days in the book of James chapter five?
In James 5:1 James says, (I'm reading the King James Bible), "Go to, now, you," or ye, "rich men." So whom is James talking to? Rich men. Again, whom is James addressing? He's addressing rich men, because he says, "Go to, now, you rich men. …ye rich men." Well, the question is, do rich men have wealth? Well, of course they do. That's why scripture calls them rich.
Proverbs 13:22 says the wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just, or you could say the wealth of the ‘rich man’ is laid up for the just. Now, how many rich men do you know? How many rich people do you know? How many rich folk abide on this planet? "Go to, now, ye rich men is a warning to the wicked rich!" Scripture goes on to say, "Weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you."
Now, notice, of course, weeping is crying, howling is to make a sound like a destitute dog, like a dog that's just out at night alone. You know, it just reminds you of a lonely, lost animal out there, just crying out to the moon if you would. Well, the men that are weeping and howling are the rich men, and they're doing it because of the miseries that shall come upon them. Notice; "Miseries that shall come upon you."Shall come sets the context as a future season from when James was writing. This is a prophetic word, a prophetic warning to the rich. Do you see how this confirms the prophecy of Financial Inversion by Charles Capps? Think of this and the Lord will give you wisdom.
Warn the rich people of this world not to be proud or to trust in wealth that is easily lost. Tell them to have faith in God, who is rich and blesses us with everything we need to enjoy life. I Timothy 6:17 (CEV)
MISERIES SHALL COME
Now, let me ask you a question. What do you think is the greatest misery, the greatest suffering that can come upon a rich man? I submit to you it is to lose his wealth. So James says, "Go to, now, you rich men. Miseries shall come..." Well, that (shall come) means that it's future. That means that James was talking about something that was going to happen to rich people. I believe, with all my heart, that James was pointing toward the Great Wealth Transfer of the last days.