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God Shall Wipe Away All Tears, False Utopia And Techno-Happy DARPA's Interest In MMEA, Chips And Operation Desert Storm, Economic Collapse Of America, Osama bin Laden And al-Qaeda, European SuperState, Global Economic Crash, Chaos and Anarchy, Rise Of The Beast And The False Prophet, Global Recovery Plan Big Brother's Global Police State, More Sure Word Of Prophecy End-Of-The-Year Inventories, Computer Point-Of-Sale Systems, Unscrupulous Business Practices, Cheap Products - Same Profit Disposable Products, Foreign Sweat Shops, "Made In America", Business People Don't Like Waste, Walmart Supports RFID Chips Cold-Hearted Deceptive Merchants, Robots - Wave Of The Future Different Approach But The Same Conclusions, Brevity Of Life, MedicAlert, VeriChip, Everything Based On Chips, Closing Remarks, Suggesting Reading Resources List
Concerning the issue of happiness, here again we see a good example of how Satan will attempt to imitate what God has designed and created, and foreordained for His children. In God's Word, we are informed that some day, when His Kingdom finally reigns in full, both in Heaven, and here on Earth, God shall wipe away all tears from our eyes. In the Book of Revelation we read:
"For the Lamb which is in the midst of the throne shall feed them, and shall lead them unto living fountains of waters: and God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes."
Revelation 7:17, KJV
"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away."
Revelation 21:4, KJV
As is his style, Satan will likewise attempt to set up his counterfeit utopia here on the Earth. Perhaps that demon of darkness shall wipe away all tears from their eyes as well; however, it will be nothing more than a technological lie. In fact, I would dare say that he is already doing this now. Isn't this precisely what current drug addicts, alcoholics, and others are doing already? Aren't they trying to get rid of their sadness and depression, by artificially inducing a false sense of happiness and well-being? Isn't materialism, and so many other things associated with this current life, about the very same thing? Everybody wants to forget about their problems, whatever they may happen to be, and just be happy; and there is absolutely nothing wrong with this, as long as we do it in an honest, legitimate manner, which does no harm to others, or to ourselves, mentally, emotionally, or physically. After all, we are told that our bodies are the temples of God's Spirit, as we see here:
"What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's."
1 Corinthians 6:19-20, KJV
Considering these points, using the MMEA microchip, or maybe an improved version of the same in the future, in order to make everyone happy, does not seem quite as far-fetched any more, does it? Just as technology will increasingly be used by the nations of the world to provide peace and security, -- even some countries of the Middle East are already issuing digital passports -- it is possible that some day, they may also possess the ability to literally program everyone to be happy; and it will be absolutely legal. A person won't even have to worry about a drug bust. As I noted earlier, if you are a bona fide "666" chip-implanted member of the One World Government of the Beast, you will be able to travel wherever you want with relative ease. You will also be able to earn a living and pay your bills; and even though everything around you may be going to hell -- because of God's harsh Judgments -- you'll be able to be Techno-Happy in spite of it all, thanks to modern technology. It sounds great, doesn't it? Not!
Can you understand now why DARPA may have such a big interest in Professor Warwick's work, and why it is in fact helping to fund BMI and MMEA research? Soon, in a matter of years, your thoughts may not be your own. Shudder! Remember; DARPA is a military agency. As such, they think in terms of defense; and while it would be nice to think that they just want to find ways to keep people happy, I am more inclined to believe that crowd control through pain, or the defeat of an enemy through the implementation of artificially-induced pain, is more in line with the general nature of what they do for a living.
On a related note, it might also interest you to know, that according to what I have read, microchip implants were also used during the US's Operation Desert Storm in Iraq. Given, the current bloody chaos in Iraq, and the escalating number of American casualties there, I would not be the least bit surprised to learn that microchips are still being used, in order to keep track of both personnel -- dead or alive -- and equipment. But bringing this issue down to a more personal level, in this current age of fear, paranoia, uncertainty, kidnapping and dangerous terrorism, wouldn't you appreciate the safety level you could easily achieve, simply by having a small microchip implanted under your skin, so that your all-seeing, protective, caring government would be able to quickly assist you in your time of need? Please excuse my sarcasm!
As I have already noted, all of these technologies, that is to say, VeriChip, VeriPay, Digital Angel, RFID chips, Global Positioning Satellites, Multiple Micro Electrode Array and Brain Machine Interfaces, Smart Cards, biometric scanners, etc., will eventually morph together, and will be integrated into the computerized global commercial network which God's Word refers to as the "666" Mark of the Beast system, which will at some point, enslave the entire world. Again, I can't exactly say how soon these events will occur, but it seems to me that the final steps will be taken to fully activate this system, following some kind of international economic crisis.
What might that be?
I suspect, but obviously cannot conclusively prove at this current time, that the catalyst which will precipitate these events, may possibly be the destruction of the U.S.A., or at the very least, the sudden collapse of America's worldwide financial empire; which is based upon nothing but fake fiat money; that is to say, the American dollar. The US dollar only retains value, simply because people are foolish enough to believe that it is so, and for no other reason. There is no gold, or silver, in America's treasuries, to back it all up; and soon, when the world converts to a totally cashless society, all currency will just be binary numbers stored on computer hard drives, which can easily be manipulated by the powers-that-be.
As many of you may know, it is the stated goal of Osama bin Laden and the al-Qaeda network, to financially destroy the United States of America; because in their eyes, America is responsible for the existence of many corrupt, oppressive, anti-Islamic, or infidel governments around the world, which heavily depend upon both American economic aid, as well as American military might, for their very survival. As you may know, it has been suggested by a number of people, that the horrific destruction of the World Trade Center, more than three years ago, was a crucial step in achieving this goal.
If America's economic power was to be destroyed, she would undoubtedly be reduced to being a minor power in the world; and a new unified European SuperState could possibly take the lead in world affairs. In fact, some Bible teachers are looking forward to this very event occurring; as they are of the opinion that the rise of such a SuperState would fulfill Endtime prophecy, by reviving the ancient Roman Empire. I, however, am not personally convinced that this is a proper interpretation of the Scriptures, although I do not reject this possibility entirely either. Time will tell.
As you may already realize, right now, the American dollar is doing very poorly against other major world currencies; and the United States of America has a deficit literally in the trillions of dollars. The deficit grows worse with each passing year, as the USA continues to live lavishly, while she borrows more and more from other nations, and wastes the world's limited resources. Things simply cannot continue as they are. Something has to give sooner or later.
If the American economy was to crash, it is very likely that the entire world economy would crash right along with it, in a sort of domino effect, due to the current dependency which is intentionally being created by the International Bankers, such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the World Trade Organization, etc., through globalization of the world's commerce, the money markets, etc. Such a crash would obviously result in an extremely chaotic, anarchic, dangerous environment, which would require the sudden appearance of a charismatic, yet very strong-armed savior on the world stage, who would possess the will, as well as the ability, to rise to the awesome challenge, in order to put the troubled world back together again. It isn't difficult to imagine that the Beast and the False Prophet of Revelation chapter thirteen might be such leaders.
If such is the case -- and this is just personal speculation on my part -- in spite of the bitter pill which it would be for some people to swallow, such as for certain Christians for example, a mandatory global economic recovery plan, in conjunction with a very tightly integrated identification system, which would be based upon an improved version of our current technology, could easily be a part of the solution, which they might choose to implement, in order to work their miracle of restoring peace, stability and economic viability to our chaotic world. Such a system would in effect be a very oppressive global police state, run by an individual akin to Big Brother, who just happens to have a demon sitting on his shoulder, or perhaps lurking inside his body. And of course, you would have to be willing to receive his special "Mark", if you wish to share in the "blessings".
Is this truly what the future holds for humanity? Time will certainly tell. Let me just say that if experience is a good indicator, then we certainly seem to have a good record when it comes to catching up with our own science fiction. More importantly, God's prophetic Word has never failed yet; and it is certain to be fulfilled to the last jot and tittle. I am reminded of a few verses found in the Bible which state as follows:
"Remember the former things of old: for I am God, and there is none else; I am God, and there is none like me, Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure:"
Isaiah 46:9-10, KJV
"God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?"
Numbers 23:19, KJV
"And when this cometh to pass, (lo, it will come,) then shall they know that a prophet hath been among them."
Ezekiel 33:33, KJV
"I know that, whatsoever God doeth, it shall be for ever: nothing can be put to it, nor any thing taken from it: and God doeth it, that men should fear before him. That which hath been is now; and that which is to be hath already been; and God requireth that which is past."
Ecclesiastes 3:14-15, KJV
"We have also a more sure word of prophecy; whereunto ye do well that ye take heed, as unto a light that shineth in a dark place, until the day dawn, and the day star arise in your hearts . . . For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost."
2 Peter 1:19, 21, KJV
". . . For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven . . . "Thou art my hiding place and my shield: I hope in thy word . . . Thy word is true from the beginning: and every one of thy righteous judgments endureth for ever."
Psalms 119:89, 14, 160, KJV
Even if one does not accept God's Word as really being true, recent technological history still clearly points the way in which we are going, and where we are ultimately headed. For those of you who may doubt my word, allow me to give you an example or two.
It was just a few decades ago that maintaining an accurate record of warehouse inventory was a very daunting task; and the larger the company, the more time-consuming as well. As the former manager of a small local business, I speak from personal experience. We all dreaded those end-of-the-year inventories, because every single item had to be manually counted, whether it was on the store shelf, in our storage container, or at some other location. We each had to take our pencil and notepad, and carefully mark the quantity of each item. For the sake of accuracy and later orders, not a single item could be overlooked. Once each of our employees had submitted their completed tallies, it was then my job to consolidate the results into one record.
A variety of factors could easily skew the results; such as an item which had been overlooked; or perhaps a product that had been erroneously counted more than once by two different people; or errors resulting from a list being started by one person, and then completed by another, etc. So there was no guarantee that the end results would truly be accurate, but we did the best we could.
With the advent of small business computers and Point-Of-Sale systems not quite twenty years ago, the task of conducting an end-of-the-year inventory became less daunting; because while the tallies still had to be performed manually, thus leaving the door open for human error, at least now, those quantities could be entered into the computer database; and as each item was sold, it would automatically be deducted from the total. So, while the advent of the Point-Of-Sale system didn't fully eliminate the possibility of human error occurring, at least it did reduce it to some degree. Of course, the person who is in charge of operating the computer, must work efficiently, and without committing errors.
At this point, what you need to understand, is that the full purpose for conducting an end-of-the-year inventory, is not just to facilitate making future purchases; it is also about saving money. Please remember that most business people are in business for one explicit purpose; and that is to earn a handsome profit, at the least possible expense to themselves.
It is precisely for this reason, that a lot of unscrupulous business owners will make their products out of the cheapest materials possible, and yet charge their customers the same amount of money for them. As the old adage states, and it is indeed true, "they don't make things the way they used to". For example, most shoes no longer have solid rubber heels, or even cleats on them. Neither are they made out of real leather, unless you pay an exorbitant price for them. After all, the quicker a pair of shoes wears out, the sooner one is forced to purchase a new pair, thus putting more money in the pocket of the business owner.
In similar fashion, new automobiles are paper-thin compared to models built a few decades ago; and thus it is that they are more easily damaged in a collision, and they rust a lot quicker too. Again, this subtle "wear-out-quicker" business approach puts more money in the pockets of business owners.
The archaic computer floppy disk used to be thick and rugged in construction. I still have a few of them myself. Now they are about half the thickness that they used to be. In fact, computer chassis also used to be made out of durable metal and were significantly heavier a decade ago. Now, most cases are made out of cheap plastic. And on and on the list goes.
I would dare say that the idea of "disposable products" was invented by business people themselves. Promoted under the deceptive guise of "modern convenience", the end result is that such products not only waste the world's resources, but they also put more money into the pockets of those very same business people. It's a never-ending vicious cycle of spend and use, spend and use, spend and use, etc. It is waste.
It is likewise due to their selfish desire to increase their profits, that corrupt business owners will move their offices abroad, and employ cheap labor in foreign sweat shops, while still charging their customers back home the same amount of money. Many people purchase what they believe are name brand products, only to discover later that they are no such thing. Ironically, in the United States of America, it seems that a "Made in America" movement has developed, whereby some people are willing to pay a higher price for a product, if they are assured that the item was truly made in America, by American laborers. It isn't that products made overseas are really any cheaper in quality, as skilled laborers exist in many parts of the world. People have just been brainwashed into thinking that if something is made in America, then it must be better.
But let's return to the issue of end-of-the-year inventories for a moment. It is a fact that hardcore business people do not like waste. Many of them started out being very frugal, which is why they are now very rich; so they do not like to see their money being spent uselessly. While end-of-the-year inventories do help a business owner to save money, because he or she can see what products need to be replenished, what products should be discontinued, and what products are still plentiful in stock, we must remember that company employees still need to be paid in order to conduct the inventory.
Stated in another way, end-of-the-year inventories which were conducted years ago, prior to the advent of computers, wasted both time and money, and the accuracy of the inventory could not be assured. However, with the advent of the Point-Of-Sale system, both money and time were saved, and the accuracy of the inventory also rose to a certain degree; but, there is still room for some improvement. Why? Because time can still be saved; money can still be saved; and the accuracy of the inventory can still be improved.
How? The answer is found in the current technological rave, which, in America's case, is being piloted by, promoted by, and in fact enforced by, retail giant Walmart, and others. As I explained earlier, it is the RFID microchip, which is the same technology which is incorporated into the various implantable products made by Applied Digital Solutions, as well as in Professor Warwick's MMEA microchip implant. As I briefly mentioned to you in part one, "RFID" is simply an acronym for Radio Frequency Identification.
These "wonder chips" make it possible for business owners to save both time and money. They can also increase the accuracy and the efficiency of the inventory. They save time, because an RFID scanner can accurately scan an entire pallet, case, or box containing a certain product, if each item in it has been properly tagged with an RFID chip by the manufacturer, as they will be in the near future. Walmart has already made this a mandatory requirement with all of its vendors; and a few other merchants have begun to follow suit. The RFID tag saves money, and increases accuracy, because there will no longer be the need for a paid employee to individually count each item one at a time, and possibly commit human error in the process. Just one pass by the scanner, and a crate is done!
This technological wonder does not end its usefulness in the back warehouse. According to the articles I have read, it is the intention of merchants to also position scanners on store shelves. These scanners will keep track of the availability of the item on the shelf, and notify the central database if the product falls below a certain level. In similar fashion, these scanners will also be placed at check-out counters. In this way, instead of employers having to waste their money by paying check-out personnel to stand there, and individually pass each purchased product over the scanners which are now in use, the new RFID scanner will automatically scan a whole basketful of products, each of which possesses its own RFID chip embedded in its packaging. Privacy advocates have begun to raise some issues regarding the use of RFID tags, but I don't doubt that, in the end, the merchants will get their way, and RFID tags will grudgingly be accepted by consumers.
Perhaps now you can understand the enthusiastic response by some merchants such as Walmart. Initially, this technology is not going to be cheap, but the word is that as it is accepted and becomes more commonplace, the price of the RFID microchip will drop significantly, and make it economically viable for smaller business owners as well. This is predicted to occur within a few years at best. The familiar UPC's, or Universal Product Codes -- bar codes -- will quickly become a thing of the past, as RFID chips make their way into the market.
At this point, we could erroneously assume that our tale ends here; but does it really? I don't think so. The very nature of modern progress is to keep progressing; just as the nature of business people is to keep earning more money in whatever way they can. In light of the progression of events which I have now described for you, and understanding the forces that motivate a lot of merchants, what could possibly be next in their never-ending quest to create a more profitable system? Consider the various steps they have already taken:
1. Original inventories conducted with pencil and notepad.
2. Inventories with pencil, notepad and POS system
3. Inventories with POS system and hand-held scanners
4. Inventories with POS system, RFID chips and scanners
As you can see, while the level of technological complexity involved in conducting an inventory has increased over the years, some level of human intervention is still required at this current time. Even with RFID chip technology, someone still needs to push the crate past the RFID scanner. Someone still needs to make sure that each product has been properly tagged with an RFID chip. Someone still needs to be there in case a scanner fails or in case the system develops a glitch. So for now, humans are still necessary; but a business owner intent on increasing his profits may look at this situation in a very different light. Consider the following:
In a merchant's eyes, humans are an expense, because they need to be paid sufficient money before they are willing to work. Humans may need to be provided with employee benefits, such as health insurance, in order to motivate them to work more efficiently, and that is even more money taken out of the business owner's pocket. Humans require time for lunch, which means that less work is being accomplished. At times, humans need to take off time from work due to a pregnancy. That means less productivity, less profit, and possibly the inconvenience of having to hire someone else to cover that person's position until they return. Humans sometimes become sick, or play hooky, and aren't always dependable. Humans sometimes don't get along with each other. Humans sometimes get hurt on the job, and that means that productivity, time and possibly other company resources, are lost. Humans are humans, and they can't always be trusted. They might form a union in order to demand better working conditions, as well as higher wages. Humans are a problem.
So if we look at the situation from a very cold perspective, and I admit that I have presented a rather chilling picture of a heartless, money-minded merchant, humans are in fact the weakest link in the entire money-making process. If you think that I have gone a little overboard in my description, allow me to share with you some eye-opening verses which are found in the Old Testament:
"He is a merchant, the balances of deceit are in his hand: he loveth to oppress."
Hosea 12:7, KJV
"The rich ruleth over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender."
Proverbs 22:7, KJV
"The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?"
Jeremiah 17:9, KJV
God is certainly not one for mincing His words. He tells it like it is. So from a merchant's perspective, the solution to the human problem is to simply replace them with mindless automatons, or robots, which never complain, never need to eat, never need to sleep, never grow tired of working, never get sick or pregnant, never need to be paid money nor steal from you, never form unions against you, etc. Do you think that this is just a wild tale from a science fiction novel? Well think again! As I noted earlier, we certainly seem to have a good record when it comes to catching up with our own science fiction; and as the Patriarch Job once cried out:
"For the thing which I greatly feared is come upon me, and that which I was afraid of is come unto me."
Job 3:25, KJV
So the point that I am trying to make from all of this, is that even if a person chooses to reject the prophetic truth which is found in God's Word, just following the sequence of technological innovations which have transpired during the past several decades, and applying a little bit of personal logic, he will still arrive at some alarming conclusions in regards to what may very well lie ahead for humanity. If we apply this same logic to other areas, such as the current state of banking, it is difficult to not arrive at similar conclusions; and it ends with the "666" Mark of the Beast.
Allow me to give you one more small example which shows how technology appears to follow an ordered sequence of events, which will ultimately arrive at some pre-determined goal.
As I point out in my three-part series "Death: Final Battle, Final Victory", as a person grows older, one concern which we all have, is the status of our health, and the medical - pharmaceutical industry certainly knows how to take advantage of this. As a result of the sinful nature which we have all inherited, due to the acts of our forefathers, Adam and Eve, death is an eventuality which we must all face. As the Bible informs us, we never know when it might occur. In fact, as James tells us, it could happen tomorrow, regardless of our physical age, as we see here:
"Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away."
James 4:14, KJV
Thankfully, not all illnesses automatically result in death; but there can be other kinds of complications which could possibly hinder our recovery. A number of decades ago, one problem which the medical establishment faced, was the fact that people would suffer a medical emergency, which would sometimes result in their inability to inform the attending medics of any special medical conditions or needs they might have. Perhaps the person was unconscious, or unable to speak. Unless a family member, personal friend, or family physician was present, who could inform the attending medics of said person's medical history, precious seconds or minutes could be lost; and that small window of time often determines if a person will live or die. If a person was not carrying any personal identification at the time of their emergency, that would complicate the situation even further.
Well, it seems that whenever there is a need, technology is always there to meet the challenge. Thus, almost fifty years ago, a non-profit organization was formed called MedicAlert. Today it is global in nature. Upon becoming a member of the MedicAlert system, a person receives a unique ID code. This number is engraved on either a bracelet or on a pendant, and is linked to information contained in MedicAlert's database. This record contains such information as any special medical conditions the person may have; any current medications they are required to take; any allergies they may have; the name and telephone number of their physician; etc. An individual is supposed to wear their pendant or bracelet at all times.
This ensures that even if they are found unconscious, or are unable to speak, the attending medic will be able to quickly access valuable information via a MedicAlert Hotline number, which may very well save the person's life. All medics are trained to look for and recognize the MedicAlert pendant and bracelet. Please note that while I have specifically named the MedicAlert system here, there are other similar services as well. Due to my daughter's diabetic condition, it just so happens that we became familiar with the MedicAlert system about three years ago. Other similar services may be just as good.
The MedicAlert system has surely done a lot of good over the years, and it has undoubtedly saved a lot of lives as well; nevertheless, based upon modern technological standards, the MedicAlert system is somewhat outdated, and it does have a number of problems. These problems are really related to the actual members themselves.
For example, what if someone's ID bracelet or pendant chain happens to break, and they fail to have it repaired due to personal neglect, or as a result of another reason? If they suffer an unexpected medical emergency, they may end up in trouble, or even face death, if they can't communicate with the medic. The same can be applied to an elderly person who may suffer from Alzheimer's Disease. If they misplace their pendant or bracelet, can't remember where it is, and then suffer a medical emergency, MedicAlert will become useless to them in such a situation, unless someone else is present who is aware of their medical history.
As in the case of the RFID chip scenario I presented to you earlier, the solution to this problem is rather clear. What is needed is a system whereby the member cannot be separated from the medical information which may save their very life. Obviously, someone must have pondered these same thoughts; and they arrived at the conclusion that cards fail the test; bracelets fail the test; and pendants fail the test. Thus, as I already explained to you earlier in this series, ADS -- Applied Digital Solutions -- introduced the world to their "amazing" VeriChip product. This simple rice-grain-sized microchip lies dormant beneath a person's skin until it is activated by a scanner. At that time, it emits a unique ID code in the form of a radio signal, which is picked up by the scanner. With the ID code, the medical professional can then access the person's medical history. Once the VeriChip is implanted in the body, as far as I know, it can remain there for life. In fact, the body tissue grows around it, making it difficult to remove. If the chip should happen to migrate, that makes removal even more difficult.
So whether we are discussing improving our personal security through a GPS location device like Digital Angel; or raising the profitability of a business through an enhanced inventory and Point-Of-Sale system; or ensuring that our medical needs are properly met during a time of crisis, or tightening the security for our banking transactions; or fighting against terrorism via a stricter passport and immigration system; or tagging livestock for identification purposes; or ensuring that our beloved pets don't stray away from us and become lost; it seems that in every single case, men of science are discovering that the solution can be found in a microchip of one kind or another. Whether it is commercial products, or animals, or people, everything is slowly being drawn into a unified technological web through the ever-so-useful, and multi-purpose microchip implant, and some people see nothing wrong with this.
Applied Digital Solutions' Digital Angel, VeriChip, VeriPay, and whatever else they may dream up, all utilize a microchip. The RFID-based inventory system used by Walmart and others, also revolves around microchip technology. Smart Cards and related banking and purchasing cards likewise contain their own embedded microchip, as do digital passports. In light of these startling developments, is there reason for any of us to doubt that the final, damnable "666" Mark of the Beast system, which will some day be forced upon the world, will follow the same course, and will be based upon an implanted microchip as well? Isn't the handwriting even now written clearly on the wall for those of us who wish to see it?
To those of you who insist on interpreting the 666 prophecy of the Book of Revelation in a purely spiritual manner, it is my hope that this series will shock you, and wake you up to the awful truth. If you continue to insist on promoting your pet doctrines, in spite of the preponderance of technological evidence which surrounds you, which clearly exposes the error in your understanding, then not only will you be doing a dis- service to your readers, but it will obviously prove that you are deceived by your own choice. Furthermore, you will also be guilty of causing others to fall under strong delusion as well. What if they foolishly choose to accept the Mark of the Beast "666" system when it is revealed, because they were not capable of recognizing it for what it is, due to your false teaching? How will you feel then?
To you non-believers who refuse to accept the truth of God's Word, it is also my hope that the alarming information which I have shared in this series, will convince you that these things are very real, and that God knows what He is talking about. Regardless of whether or not you believe it, these events are going to occur, because God said so, and He does not lie.
So allow me to ask you: When that time arrives, and the Beast reveals his demonic agenda, and tells you that you cannot do anything unless you are branded by his enslaving system, what will you do? Again I ask, what will you do?
With these thoughts I will bring this article to a close. I trust that you have enjoyed it, learned something from it, and I pray that it has been a blessing in your life. If you have an account with Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Tumblr, etc, I would really appreciate if you would take the time to click on the corresponding link that is found on this page. Thank you so very much! May God bless you abundantly!
For additional information, you may want to refer to the list of reading resources below which were also mentioned in this series, or which contain topics which are related to this series. All of these articles are likewise located on the Bill's Bible Basics website:
Mondex and the Mark of the Beast
Obamacare and the Mark of the Beast: Fact or Fiction?
VeriChip, Somark and Microsoft Unmasked!
666: More Proof of the Coming System
666: The Patience of the Saints
Robot Wars, Skynet, the Beast and the False Prophet
Satan: King of Tyrus, King Of Empires
The Kings of the North and the South
Revelation's Babylon the Great
The Seven Heads
Who Is Who: Defining Important Prophecy Terms
Who Hindered the Antichrist?