When we can’t or are unable to ask new questions or consider new answers, we limit our field of vision.
In doing so, we run the risk of missing the possibilities God provides…of confusing our partial story of God with one that is complete.
When compared with previous industrial revolutions, the Fourth is evolving at an exponential rather than a linear pace.
Moreover, it is disrupting almost every industry in every country.
What gets in the way of connecting with our spouse more than anything nowadays? Technology, mainly our cell phones. They keep us attached to the outside world way more than they help us stay connected to our spouse. Join us today as we chat about the specific ways our phones can wreak havoc in our marriages, and then find out how we can use them for good!
The technology that has become ubiquitous in our 21st-century lives is distinct
in that it merges with our daily lives to the extent that it is never very far from our minds.
For now, the technology is being used only at two Amazon Go stores.
2020 has truly seen things that make us rethink what we believe the mark of the beast could ultimately be, or rather what “form” it could take.
The internet is a wonderful, necessary, terrifying place—especially for those too young to know how to navigate it and bypass all the junk.
ID2020 is an initiative who’s goal is to offer everyone a digital identity which they believe is a fundamental human right. Doing so would allow anyone regardless of social status, wealth, or background to be able to identify themselves. For some, this sounds great but others see it as a privacy concern while believers say it draws a resemblance to what the bible says will play out during the tribulation. Could ID2020 be used to lay the groundwork for what eventually becomes the mark of the beast in Revelation 13:16-17?
So what does this mean for the average Christian? Why should we care if people want to believe aliens exist?
The Lover of our souls is calling out to us, beloved. He’s inviting us into a depth of intimacy, revelation, and creativity that has never been experienced.
Months after the launch of their convenience store chain, Amazon Go, Amazon is busy testing hand scanners for their Whole Foods stores. As this type of technology grows in popularity and becomes more commonplace, is it only making the general population comfortable for what the Bible says is on its way – the mark of the beast?
Our need for instant gratification needs to be put in check with God’s timing. The actions we take today do not always get rewarded immediately.
The Bible portrays the End Times as a period of technological advancement, and the world described sounds eerily familiar. Whereas most of the Scriptures require a historical context for understanding, the Apocalyptic verse could be current news headlines. As the hour grows late, the setting aligns to our world.