Monthly Archives: March 2018

Did you know…

Interactive social media algorithms are developed basically by tracing your web history. In other words, everything you are doing on the web is traced and developed into an algorithm which then specializes in presenting you with product advertisements and even political views that you typically WANT to see. Because these algorithms always steer you toward what you WANT to see rather than what you may NEED to see, they diminish the amount of exposure we have to other peoples points of view and balanced opinions.
 
For heavy social media users, this tends to increase polarization between people with different points of view. Each side is seeing mostly stories that support their own beliefs and typically this causes people to feel better about their own views while distancing them from the reality of the world around them.
 
Thus, we are being continuously manipulated on social media and at corporate websites into a manageable herd mentality via behind the scenes, profit and politically motivated digital machinery.
 
This is what happens to a society when the Almighty Dollar is more important to people than the Almighty God. 
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The Light of the Glory of God

In chapter 21 of the book of Revelation we are told that all light within the new Jerusalem will be supplied by the Glory of God and the Lamb will be its lamp and there will no longer be any night within the city.

Rev 22:23 The city does not need the sun or the moon to shine on it, for the glory of God gives it light, and the Lamb is its lamp.

All spiritual light comes from the glory of God because the glory of God is sourced in the holiness of God. The holiness of God produces the glory of God which is the light that shines in the darkness.

It is the glory of our holy God that shines into the darkness of men’s souls to bring light to them. Christ is the lamp from which this light is brought forth.

In these darkest of times, it is the glory of God that will reveal what is hidden in darkness and it is the glory of God that will illuminate the Way that we are to go.

Within the radiance of the brilliance of the glory of the Lord the blind will see and the lame will walk. And in this I mean the body of Christ, for surely we are the blind when we have turned away from the light and we are the lame when we do not walk by the Spirit.

The Spirit said to me, “When the glory of the Lord rests upon a place, that place will be known as a Glory House. When the glory of God lifts from that place it will still be known as a Glory House because the glory of the Lord was there.”

Let us pray that the glory of the Lord will be with us that there will no longer be any night in our houses of worship and in the places where we dwell.