Chris Baucom is the co-host alongside Ross Powell of Remnant Radio Network – available as past of the On the Objective podcast network – (http://remnantradionetwork.com/ | https://ontheobjective.org/). Chris is also the founder and editor of Home Grown Prepper (https://homegrownprepper.com/).
The first gulp from the glass of natural sciences will turn you into an atheist, but at the bottom of the glass God is waiting for you.” —Werner Heisenberg, 1932 Nobel Prize in Physics for the creation of quantum mechanics (which is essential to modern science).
Heisenberg eventually came to the same conclusion as countless other notable scientists throughout history: Albert Einstein, Sir Isaac Newton, Sir. Joseph J. Thomson (discovered electron), Robert Boyle, and many more.
With each passing day, the marvel of scientific discovery makes it more and more apparent to the most enlightened scholars inhabiting this heavenly body that only God could have created the unimaginable world we live in today.
In the modern age, another group of evangelizers appear bent on dismantling God’s Creation and surrogating it with their own. It’s not scientific discovery that challenges the future of our species; it’s how profiteers will manipulate it to leaven their agendas at any cost. Dare we say this is an attempt to recreate the world in their own image? Does this sound familiar?
“For false Christs and false prophets will arise and will show great signs and wonders, so as to mislead, if possible, even the elect.” –Matthew 24:24
Globetrotting technocratic soothsayers are attempting to conquer and mine the most resource rich foreign land the world or science has ever known and as we’ll soon uncover that it’s right around the corner. That treasure plush land is YOUR MIND!
Q: If you’re going to play God, and you can’t recreate the universe, what’s the next best thing?
A: Taking over the minds of the living by changing their memories or thoughts to fit your historical redaction.
It’s nearly impossible to identify even one mining operation in the history of mankind that’s ever left an area better than it found it… and that’s precisely where science is headed with the fertile ground of our minds.
Take a moment and focus on the nimble advances in technology, bioengineering, nano-technology, materials science, artificial intelligence, DNA, and quantum computing. It’s not hard to imagine how things might play out if we fully understand the archetypes that funding advances in academic and luminary laboratories. There’s a darkness among us and it’s up to the same old chicanery with an entirely new set of tools.
“History, with all her volumes vast, hath but one page” –George Gordon Byron
Is ancient Babel seeking restitution from its untimely departure? The ladder to God or the gods is being raised from the dead. Thanks to universal software programming, humanity may be less than a decade away from the grand opening of a new era that promises insuppressible marshalling of a large aggregate of the human labor force, total containment of every aspect of life, and a network of peer to peer fear reporting and re-enforcement that enslaves us by our own desire for self preservation. The irony is that in doing so we are guaranteed to preserve nothing more than the system that enslaves us. A return to the old-world feudalistic chains of restraint secured through the inescapable eye of Osiris.
The new Tower of Babel is not assembled brick by brick. In the quantum era, it’s measured qubit by qubit and the universal code or tongue is understood the same, no matter the country or language of origin.
I was always taught that math and language are interconnected. But, math can do things traditional language cannot, such as crossing linguistic and cultural barriers. It truly is ubiquitous.
While half of our nation or more indulges in the daily bread and circus of geopolitical rancor and complete ideological nonsense, the world’s most prevailing technologists are hitting the accelerator toward the dawn of a new age. It’s becoming open-and-shut to many of us that we are witnessing the underbelly of something rotten in progress. The legion of world leaders lauding these advances are far too often engaged in some form of occult or satanic ritual. Click here for more!
While billions of mindless pinheads chase flashy gadgets, and graze social chatter online in a state of impenetrable distraction, the stage is being set for an assault on God’s Creation. Shall we say, tampering with the evidence while at the same time evading the court of morality and Constitutional law that holds the rest of us accountable.
The violators of our basic God given rights are not executing their plans with science alone. They’re going after the Bible itself. The deception is always that they’re doing it to make things easier for us.
According to the website ChristianityBeliefs.org;
“The NIV has removed 17 entire verses, and major portions of at least 147 verses!”
“The NIV removes a total of 64,576 words, which is 8% of God’s word.”
“The NIV removes wonderful Bible “terms” like Jehovah, Godhead, remission, regeneration, impute and propitiation.”
As recently as 2011, the NIV Bible had been changed to be ‘politically correct’ and ‘gender neutral’.”
What would it look like today if God decided He’d had enough and threw in the towel on humanity? He’s already outlined the final score. God goes undefeated, but that won’t stop his belligerent archenemies.
We are in a fight for the Body of Christ and the soul of humanity on earth. Neutrality isn’t an option in the spiritual realm. You’re either hot or cold. Reference God:
So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth. –Revelation 3:16
While these narcissistic advocates of utopia accelerate the contentious assault on Christian beliefs, their laboratories are eclipsing the horizon between fiction and reality in A.I. and Robotics. Artificial Intelligence is no longer about us telling the machines what to do. They are teaching themselves how to learn, and displacing the labor force shamelessly. The bidding war is heating up for corporations willing to sell self learning A.I.
Moshe Vardi, director of the Institute for Information Technology at Rice University in Texas, warned, “We are approaching a time when machines will be able to outperform humans at almost any task,” and followed that with the real fundamental issue at stake: “I believe that society needs to confront this question before it is upon us: If machines are capable of doing almost any work humans can do, what will humans do?” Source: https://phys.org/
For a deeper perspective on what’s brewing in technology check out the latest advances in an article recently published on Futurism.com
While we’ve been buried in our social feed and Game of Thrones… the spider has been spinning its web. Low orbiting satellites are being launched to encircle the earth using commercially untested electromagnetic wave frequencies previously reserved and implemented only in the use of devastating military technology.
Those days will be shortened… according to Matthew 24:22, or it certainly feels that way with the pace of modern life and hail of relentless news. Reality is bordering on bizarre. The world being envisioned by the engineers of the future won’t be recognizable to most of us. The implications of what’s happening are beyond the scope of the majority to cope.
Technology is taking over and there’s only room for so many people at the top. When you are the eye, why keep the rest of the pyramid? If you want to know what their plans are for the rest of us, take a look at these 46 population control quotes from famous people, many of whom are either still alive or impacting mainstream cultural attitudes and modern ideologies.
A spoon full of sugar makes the medicine go down. If the idea of a total takeover doesn’t sound attractive, don’t worry. It’s being sold as making the world a better place, and advancing our ‘species.’ But, exactly who will it be a better place for?
The labor force is one of the most obvious areas for carrying out radical change. In the free world, income is one of our most valuable leverages. Once our exclusive dominion of it is dissolved, we become beholden to the thrust of universal income and validating our existence.
Are we a liability or an asset? What if I suggested your life depends on it? What if the only option were to accept the terms of surrender?
16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. –Revelation 13:16-17
If you believe in the rich and unmatched word of God, recent news may have left you wondering if you’re living through the final days of Biblical prophecy. According to an article in the NY Times, employees of Wisconsin based Three Square Market can choose to have a microchip the size of a grain of rice implanted in one of their hands starting August 1, 2017. Shockingly, 50 out of 80 employees have already volunteered to get the chips implanted.
In the modern corporate employee paradigm, human resources is the invisible hand executing the hiring, firing and gatekeeping that will ultimately determine your pay, benefits, and very survival. The name alone suggests disposability. If the last two decades have taught the American workforce anything, it’s that ‘it’s business, not personal.’ The gods of employment are going to irrefutably enforce the technocratic mortar between your ardor to survive and their right to blackmail you in the flesh.
Let’s take a look at what a few of the biggest thinkers in the technological space are suggesting about the coalescence of A.I., robots and your being.
In an age when AI threatens to become widespread, humans would be useless, so there’s a need to merge with machines, according to Musk.
“Some high bandwidth interface to the brain will be something that helps achieve a symbiosis between human and machine intelligence and maybe solves the control problem and the usefulness problem.”
Musk’s message: Merge or become irrelevant. What exactly do usefulness and irrelevant mean here?
To be fair, Musk has been both a proponent and opponent of A.I. and in one recent spat, he and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg seemed less than cozy, despite the common thread in their pursuits. Musk supports A.I. and is the founder of OpenAI, but warns that AI could become “potentially more dangerous than nukes.”
Read what Zuckerberg had to say here on the subject in response to Musk.
Just listen to Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt talk about the positive gains we can expect from automation, in this article from CNBC;
According to Schmidt, humans will need to work alongside computers in order to be more productive.
ATMs led to an increase in the number of bank tellers, said Schmidt.
“There are more bank tellers now than ever because banks are more efficient,” he said at the Global Digital Futures Policy Forum at the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.
A recent article from recode.com, takes a deeper dive into the jobs numbers accounting, when it comes to Schmidt’s position:
The reason ATMs led to more bank teller jobs is that ATMs allowed banks to open more branches, since each branch could be run with fewer tellers, which also meant banks could hire more tellers overall.
But now the number of branches is on the decline, “because of industry consolidation and technological change,” according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The federal agency predicts the number of bank teller jobs will decline to 480,500 by 2024, down from 520,500 in 2014.
I liken it to the old joke: “An accountant is someone who solves a problem you didn’t know you had in a way you don’t understand.” If leaders can make the argument based on numbers without context, they’re solving a problem we didn’t know we had, with a solution we didn’t know we needed, and in a way, we can’t understand. In the era of information, the error is in having too much abbreviated information to cut out the noise.
Public enemy number one is one that rarely questions the dubious nature of sales pitches when they’re tied to profit or worse, the agendas of ‘elites.’ Always follow the money, especially when truth has the power to change history.
Ironically, American productivity is up year over year since 2014 according to TradingEconomics.com and the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Additionally, using data by the U.S. BLS, the average productivity per American worker has increased 400% since 1950. Source: https://20somethingfinance.com.
If we follow the statistic above, is it safe to assume people were once working less and earning more? If we consider the cost of inflation, you bet!
Are robots and A.I. here to solve productivity problems or producer problems… i.e., getting rid of the human element when it no longer serves the agenda?
A new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research “found that each new robot added to the workforce meant the loss of between 3 and 5.6 jobs in the local commuting area. Meanwhile, for each new robot added per 1,000 workers, wages in the surrounding area would fall between 0.25 and 0.5 percent.” –Source: TheVerge.com
Swiss Playwright and Novelist Max Frisch said it best when he said “Technology… the knack of so arranging the world that we don’t have to experience it.”
Sound familiar? It should! That’s precisely how new technologies are sold and adopted to an unsuspecting public bent on the race to stay ahead in the latest technology. Has the quest for efficiency become an obsession, a collection of false idols and promises, worshipped on the grounds of making the world a better place?
It seems we’re facing a future which is already decided, by a few, and rigged to benefit even fewer.
ZeroHedge.com posted a reasonably balanced article on the matter of jobs:
A common response is to point out that these innovations, and others like them, create jobs for more skilled laborers, such as the engineers who build these machines, the computer scientists who develop the algorithms for these machines, and the IT workers who will fix software and hardware issues when they happen.
But what happens to the lower-skilled laborers? Surely not everyone has the privilege (or the time, given that plenty of families are forced to work multiple jobs to feed their families) to become robot builders and coders. And even if every fast-food worker obtained a new skill, then other markets would just become flooded with overqualified job seekers.
Have we reached critical mass?
I must admit, witnessing others debate about the looming crisis of technological and human displacement is akin to watching a train wreck. It’s hard not to stare.
He who has ears to hear, let him hear. –Matthew 11:15
If you are fortunate and Biblically sound enough to experience that glass shattering resonance whereby you readily tune in to current affairs, technological trends, interpretation of agendas, and can subsequently visualize the connections, it’s almost as if Biblical prophecy comes into view.
The question is, what will we do about it as the Remnant Body, before things get out of hand or is it already too late? Is end-time Biblical prophecy already underway?
The latest technological systems will be designed to appear as evidence of consumer demand. But, evidence actually points toward a purposeful design with very different intentions. Do you really need another gadget to learn, charge, program and keep up with?
Who will reign supreme in this new world? If recent and ancient history, offer wisdom, it will be those willing to grease a ‘feel good’ sales pitch for improving life while using technology ruthlessly in the pursuit of total dominance of the aforementioned.
Artificial Intelligence has already invaded our lives at a casual level. If you own an Amazon Alexa device, consider the following:
Sears inked a deal with Amazon to integrate Kenmore’s Smart appliances with Amazon’s Alexa, allowing users to control things like air conditioners through voice commands. Source: abcnews.com
Amazon CEO and Founder Jeff Bezos already has a significant contractual agreement with one major intelligence agency, specifically the CIA to handle their data storage needs on S3 servers to the tune of $600 million. Source: theatlantic.com
- Amazon bought the Washington Post for $250 million in 2013, a publication established in 1877, which controls information to a large segment of the U.S. population through readership and online subscriptions.
- Amazon purchased whole foods for $13.7B in June of this year. The high end organic market consumers once thought to be out of reach and many of who were more difficult to track are now falling under the umbrella of trackability.
- Alexa retails for a paltry $129.99 depending on the seller, so she’s affordable to most in the public. At those prices, is she being subsidized as a way to advance her entry into more homes? Amazon’s connection between intelligence servers and full entry into the home with a family friendly retail A.I. interface has left many asking tough questions.
- Alexa is most likely listening, even if she’s not responding. The response feature is there to let you know she’s listening when you call her name.
- The UK and China currently boast the most surveillance rich countries in the world, but with Alexa, the U.S., being the one holdout to full implementation of ‘One World Government’ under the ‘New World Order’, might now take the mantle.
Jeff Bezos has certainly done some remarkable things with Amazon that border a genius visionary in terms of business acumen. But, he also believes Trump ‘erodes democracy,’ according to an article on thegaurdian.com. There’s a potential for political discrepancy here that could at best, appear as an agenda, and at worst, hold some truth in terms of where we’re headed.
Bezos’ recent purchase of Whole Foods leaves him in a unique and cozy position of controlling the largest sectors of critical industries including: the largest online marketplace in the world as well as its shipping and delivery channels, intelligence infrastructure, news and information, food acquisition, point of sale for the nation’s most expansive organic grocer, and a common household A.I. assistant that’s promoting a form of public transparency in the privacy of our homes. When much of our common existence depends solely on one person’s holdings, are we placing a potential choke point on the survival of our nation… and our people?
One World Government is winning the battle of hearts and minds. Think this is far fetched? Think again. China is now leading the world as a governing body and has replaced the U.S. as the model for other nations to follow. God was giving the Remnant a reprieve with DJT, but at this rate, it won’t be long.
If the technocrats keep advancing, they’ll become unstoppable in any real sense and impenetrable to anything we use as a counterpunch. We certainly can’t depend on the drugged up, over-stimulated, fluorinated water-drinking, pill-popping public at large. It will take more discerning minds and taking a step back while at the same time, stepping in further with Biblical guidance.
While we’ve blissfully searched Google with our deepest questions and donated our most intimate behavioral traits to Facebook databases free of charge, those platforms have studied you and billions of others for every piece of data and every morsel of information available. We are no longer misunderstood. And once they have the data, you can excuse yourself from the future.
“The smart city can be defined as the integration of data and digital technologies into a strategic approach to sustainability, citizen well-being and economic development” – (UrbanTide and Scottish Government, 2014).” Source: eie-invest.com
“Citizen well-being” strikes me as awkward. Has any government ever done anything to ensure the well-being of anyone other than their own officials? A look at government debt worldwide should shed some light:
“The IIF’s report found that global debt had risen more than $11 trillion in the first nine months of 2016 to more than $217 trillion. The report also found that general government debt accounted for nearly half of the total increase.” –Source: reuters.com
So, why is data so valuable? It comes down to power. One writer in a recent article from thegaurdian.com had this to say:
“The technology we thought we were using to make life more efficient started using us some time ago. It is now attempting to reshape our social behaviour into patterns reminiscent of the total surveillance culture of the medieval village, East Germany under the Stasi, or the white supremacist state of South Africa in which I grew up.”
We’re going to have to start thinking about how far we’re going to let biohacking and A.I. go before our thoughts get permanently compromised and our ability to resist, degraded beyond usefulness. If you don’t believe brain enhancements are underway, it’s already happening according to another article published on TheGuardian.com:
“US military scientists have used electrical brain stimulators to enhance mental skills of staff, in research that aims to boost the performance of air crews, drone operators and others in the armed forces’ most demanding roles.”
According to a recent article at wired.com, Elon Musk’s company Neuralink “will aim to create (and bring to market) a product that can help those with severe brain injuries. It’s product, which will be developed within the next four years will eventually lead humans to be able to communicate by “consensual telepathy”.
The paradox is that Musk also believes A.I. presents serious dangers to humanity as mentioned earlier. Are we to believe he’s being authentic or does this feel like a familiar story involving a company he owns called “The Boring Company,” which is undertaking enterprises that are anything but boring? If you don’t already know, the company is digging or attempting to dig large underground tunnels for high speed transport between major urban centers in the U.S.
Musk’s ‘Boring Company’ suggests a ‘look the other’ way attitude, but the name also compels us to investigate why a technological and marketing visionary would incorporate their company with such a ‘boring’ name. Is it marketing genius, developmental concealment, a combination of both, or neither?
Artificial Intelligence appears to have limitless possibilities and is projected to advance beyond humanities wildest imagination. Watch this video from futurism.com on A.I. acting as the new science of human consciousness.
In another breakthrough, “a team of researchers from the University of Manchester, the same university that’s recently been making breakthroughs in quantum computing, led by Professor Ross D King, have shown for the first time that it’s possible to build a super fast DNA computer that “grows” as it computes.” Source: globalfuturist.org
What does this all mean? According to that same article “The result would not only be a computer that has almost infinite performance and scalability, but it would also potentially break today’s paradigm of multi-year computer development cycles because whereas today we have to create new technologies, such as new, smaller transistor designs and new nanoscale manufacturing processes to create the next generation of higher performance computer chips, tomorrow a computer that grows could simply replicate itself to get to the next “performance bar,” making computer “evolution” much, much faster, and potentially, almost instantaneous. And that would be another game changer – exponential improvement incarnate.”
Is there a ‘Kill Switch if all of this goes terribly wrong or has it already? Liberty-minded, self-sufficient, autonomy loving patriots had better start asking some important questions including:
- Where will the central computing, quantum computing or DNA computing platforms for world singularity be stored and where are the energy grids that support the network?
- Will they need to be stored in a supercool place like the artic, Antarctic, or in outer space so they run efficiently and are out of reach of humans that would try to destroy them?
- Will there even be a central computing place?
- Which humans will be given permission to visit low orbit platforms where these computing systems might exist?
According to yet another article from futurism.com;
“Late last year, an international group of scientists announced that they were going ahead with plans to launch the first ever private space-based nation, Asgardia.”
“If Asgardia can find a launching country that is not a signatory to the space treaties, there are no international law obligations,” Mark Sundahl, a professor of space law at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, told Motherboard.
“At that point, it’s the Wild West.”
On the industrial military complex front consider that: Flying and non-flying drone armies are being assembled.
If you aren’t already feeling overwhelmed, this piece from cnbc.com outlines how drone and smart technologies are merging on the war front:
“Several countries are developing nanoweapons that could unleash attacks using mini-nuclear bombs and insect-like lethal robots.”
Robots are most certainly programmed with the bias of the programmers, although deep learning will set machines on their own course. It’s already been demonstrated that the current A.I. machine robots believe humans suffer from deprecated code: https://youtu.be/jCP2iiP7YTg
The machines already consider us irrelevant.
The same robots that displace jobs will also draw from one another on intelligence and on upholding rules, regulations and laws. They will most certainly respond to any resistance with unstoppable force which may simply render people defenseless.
We as humans seem to be on the chopping block for the exception of a few at the top, who are creating their backyard sandbox and offering limited invitations. Robots are most likely already programmed not to go after those select people.
On our current trajectory, it’s hard to overlook the idea of a beast system afoot.
Intelligent robots will know every move we make. (Emphasis added) They will, as has already been demonstrated, be capable of reading our minds whether we are plugged in or not. Plugging in is likely to become mandatory as a birth requirement to humans to adhere to the new rules of the world and merge with existing robots. It will be a human right of others that you become plugged for transparency. After all, transparency is a human right, right? Or a robot right, right? Or, what’s left… of our autonomy.
It’s really quite scary, and should you resist the rules, laws, or other parameters for the future of life, these robots may swarm, haunt and terminate you. Using strong durable materials and all of humanities vast shared intelligence(which we’ve provided free of charge and willingly on search engines and social media), will certainly equip robots to dredge you out of any spider hole. They will eradicate all resistance and with ease. It’s not quite as effective as the Great Flood, but, it’s a flood of sorts that could remove the Remnant and enslave the masses.
Blockchain technology promises to act as the great equalizer and the great enforcer of a new world order. Experts have projected the eradication of cash by 2018 although I’m dubious about the claim. Some major credit card companies are offering incentives to accelerate the war on cash and procure a completely cashless business future.
While the world is celebrating digital currency, like a kid at a candy store, all digital currencies aren’t created equal.
Ethereum is going to fundamentally and structurally change how we govern and communicate in ways most people might find perplexing. The system Ethereum is building out, will potentially make governments and constitutions irrelevant and send the political class packing, but with their cozy relationship to special interests, they won’t be unemployed long.
Learn more about what’s underpinning blockchain’s ascension: https://youtu.be/7kQAZ2dYzNA
Anyone born after the blockchain system completely takes over, will be born into the arms of an infinitesimally controlled world.
How will we shield our our hearts and our minds from the darker force(s) at play? Will we have the ability, capacity and computing speed to conceal resistance and determine where technocratic god control centers are so we can disrupt their nervous systems and preserve our liberties?
Is the beast rising and are you ready? Is humanity about to be fileted at the ancient alter of flesh and sin?
Would it be any stretch of the imagination to see this unfolding as a total control mechanism? With the advancement of 5G, A.I., high speed drones (check out the latest world speed record here) and robotics alone, there will be nowhere on earth, where privacy will be possible. Furthermore, increasing poverty, renationalization of physical borders, travel bans and restrictions airlines are using to crack down on our rights in the skies above… all promise a potentially stationary future for most of humanity. With virtual reality advancing, will we need to go anywhere?
One could certainly imagine a future where all of these technologies could be used for the good of humankind or mankind. A future certainly seems attainable where genetic engineering paves the way for cures, space travel becomes commonplace, and technology aids us in all aspects of our physical and spiritual lives.
God works miracles and He uses every tool at His disposal to help spread the Gospel. But, He may also be growing impatient with our wicked ways.
The problem is rarely the technology itself or those creating it. Like all other advances, the eventual use, is more about in whose hands the technology resides. It is likely, that strict purists of technological implementation into all facets of life, are simply so enthusiastic about the science, that they’re missing the darker forces behind it.
The devil is always in the details, but could the message be in plain site?
For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open. –Luke 8:17
The sales pitch fix is in: Check out the benefits of a secular world without God:
Total automation promises few if any new jobs, limited voice, zero autonomy, complete surveillance, censorship, swarm drones with unimaginable military capabilities, nano-technology that’s implemented in air, water and food for which we’ll never see coming, virtual reality instead of reality, submission to robots, tightly controlled suppliers of food and medicine, international or space based and unaccountable unelected corporate digital governing bodies, implementation of cyborg technology to stay relevant, cashless societies, peer reinforcement to keep people in line while using mass hysteria and blockchain technology as force multipliers, and a limited universal basic income to minimize our ability to grow and obtain the power to resist.
Is this the future we dream of?
All we are missing to make this complete are chips or, marks… Indeed it appears, we are soft enough to be duped once again into taking the bait for a complete takeover and a feudalistic future. Our minds really are the last unconquered frontier. But, not for long.
The hubris and recent news of countries including China, Germany, and many advanced economies suggests the day of American leadership on the world stage is ‘over.’ They’re ready to press forward with the entire aforementioned agenda. Voter opposition here at home is of little consequence to them. Your dollar, voice, and religious freedoms are about to come under intense scrutiny by power far more unyielding than any of us ever imagined.
Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.” –Matthew 9:37-38
Mahatma Gandhi once said “I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”
As offensive and blasphemous as that may seem, we should take heed. He pointed out an obvious conflict. Far too many of our Christian brothers and sisters practice on Sunday, and repeatedly dwell in sin six days thereafter. As far as I understand, God is not interested in the corporate atmosphere of phony appeasement with promotion and pay raises in mind.
The time is now to examine whether this system of technocratic rule is something we want to support and what we’re going to do to maintain the Body of Christ in a world that appears intransigent on staging our departure.
To those on the fence;
Furthermore, just as they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, so God gave them over to a depraved mind, so that they do what ought not to be done. –Romans 1:28
A very wise US Army General by the name of Omar Bradley once said;
“If we continue to develop our technology without wisdom or prudence, our servant may prove to be our executioner.”
As Christians, most of us are not in the business of creating technology for nefarious uses. Rather, Our Creator, gave us a perfect recipe, when He breathed life into the dust that constitutes our living being. We’re instructed to humble ourselves, give thanks and spread the Gospel, a book that unlike technology isn’t outdated every three months.
Lucifer, the antithesis of Our Creator, is recreating the world in his own image and his laborers are plenty. Is God rearranging the chess board with mass migration, geological calamity and prophetic rumblings?
God’s plan is always unfolding. We don’t know the day or the hour. It’s our mission to be informed biblically and intellectually so that we may reach others before it’s too late.
Are you spiritually prepared for the battle ahead? It’s time to protect our most precious gift, and God given freedom; the ability for His children to worship Him and His name in peace. The enemy knows, there remains only the mind to conquer in order to terraform life in his own image… and he’s quickly closing in on the last chapter.
If we know God’s Word, we know how history will end. We know what we have to do to reach others. We just don’t know who will be left standing. Isn’t it time we do our part in humble service to our LORD before the sun sets on the day and the hour?