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The year 2008 in Dominica was one of mixed and confusing signals. Oil price rose to the roof, yet the number of cars increased drastically in 2008.

The cost of living went up, and all over the Caribbean, people complained about prices on basic food items – until local governments were force to take drastic measures to ease the burden.

Experts said the economy was improving, but jobs remained scarce. It was a year where Dominica saw the highest crime rate – up by more than 4%.

What’s going on? Out of the confusion of 2008, is there any hope of making reliable predictions about 2009?

Positive Vision

Yes, indeed, there is. The key is to consider the trends, relate them to history, and align them with an impeccable source of the vision of the future—infallible Bible prophecy!

Although 2008 may bring negative trends, a true vision of hope emerges for those with the perspective to see their ultimate outcome.

How will events predicted for the coming year affect you? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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Comment by Larry
2008-12-31 17:53:25

How will events predicted for the coming year affect you? Share your thoughts in the comments.

– My employment in the auto industry is in doubt for 2009. However tonight I’m posting to wish you, Chris, your family and friends a Happy New Year!!

Comment by Chris
2008-12-31 22:52:19

Larry, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your entire family a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!!!! Also thanks for being a faithful reader of DW over the years……thanks!

 
 
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