Comment: India is a nation of over 1.4 billion people, mostly non-Christians, and yet they understand biblical money and it is serving them well. Even the poor own gold because of its liquidity.
In light of Wells Fargo canceling revolving credit lines, this sentence from the article caught my attention:
"The Indian government’s response to the first wave of COVID-19 ravaged the economy. As a result, many banks were reluctant to extend credit due to fear of defaults. In this tight lending environment, many Indians used their stashes of gold to secure loans. As Indians battle the second wave of COVID-19, many Indians have now turned to selling their gold outright in order to make ends meet."
In the USA, most people relied on printed and borrowed money. What happens if that option is no longer valid?