Back in 2003, Brother Stair told his house that, the DOW will never go above 10,000 and that when it does the whole economic system will fall. Just a few months later the DOW did go above 10,000 for the first time, and Brother Stair’s first response was to ignore that he had said (prophesied) that.
There were two errors in his statement from the proclamation thereof. Brother Stair said that the DOW would NEVER go above 10,000, then he said that WHEN it does… How do we get a when when we have a never? Something was I error from the beginning, or someone was looking for a cop-out.
It wasn’t just ignoring the statement (prophecy) [direct from God’s Throne remember] that Brother Stair did. Brother R.G. Stair would go far beyond that when confronted with the failed statement and say that the DOW is not really what they are reporting it as, (much like saying that the world population is not really what they say it is). Now we have even more issues and errors to cover with this one.
- Brother Stair did not deny that he made the prophecy.
- Apparently only Brother Stair knows what the DOW really is.
Brother Stair did not state what the DOW really was when he made this statement/prophecy, so we would have a reference as to when it would be surpassing.
- Apparently, Brother Stair was saying this because the DOW was close to 10,000 and so making the time at hand for the economic failure. (This was not the NASDAQ or the S&P that he was talking about) Brother Stair, with full intent, focused on what the DOW actually was. For if the economy would have fallen when it surpassed 10,000 Brother Stair would have certainly said that he predicted it rather than denying the actual reported figures. This denial showed that he acknowledged predicting it and that he was speaking of the DOW.
- Brother Stair did not then begin proclaiming the soon impending economic collapse as he had predicted would now be at hand with the DOW over 10,000.
With the DOW surpassing 20,000 one has to wonder if according to even Brother Stair that it has finally passed 10,000? I mean, how much was it off? It would have had to be less than 0 in 2003 to not be at least 10,000 now.
Source: Google Finance
Mid Oct 2017 – DOW surpasses 23,1300 points
Jan 2018 – DOW surpasses 26,000 points
Something to think about.
See also The Dwindling DOW & the Obvious