Ser. Scott Alan www.eccl.org
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Sir Winston Churchill stated that democracy is horrible, but it’s the best thing we’ve got. May we add: until our King returns to rule all. In America, we’ve had a steady growth of our government filling in the gaps of religious benevolence. What else could be expected from a growing void of God’s values toward neighborly care and concern? As a nation that formed pursuing various liberties, it required there be no state church and it protected our freedom to worship whatever we choose, including nothing at all. While a seemingly great idea at the time, it should come as no surprise that this manmade democracy is headed for big problems, as it reflects the changing values of a people who drift further from God’s directions and blessings.
The concept of a government sponsored safety net became anchored with our Social Security system. Americans are assigned a Social Security Account Number from their earliest years, and this identifying mark has been expanded into health care control and surrendered to the credit industry. So we now have one ID number that ultimately controls our employment, our bank account, our health care, our retirement, and our credit in a consumer debt society. If this doesn't sound familiar to you, please read the book of Revelation.
In short, we now have a controlling number that allows us to buy and sell. No wonder that a handful of states outlawed RFID implant chips in the previous decade. This specific technology was eventually banned from human use for health concerns, so a rebirth should be expected and expanded, such as DNA ID. Our children are now being indoctrinated into this acceptance as they wear RFID wrist bands and identity cards at theme parks and schools, which are also collecting their biometric information. Whether we’re a hundred years, months, weeks, or days away from implementation, please know that the mark of the beast is at the ready. Are we?
(For more information, start with Revelation chapters 13, 14, 19, & 20, as well as our About Us pages.)