So, Amazon, that alleged world leader of intellectual commerce, has stepped up and introduced a point of sale purchase for your groceries and whatnot. Yep, as easy as pie at your fingertips, or rather, on the palm of your hand. Gee, is this news?
Uh, hello, not to the astute who see patterns of things long ago foretold. Once more, God’s word is front and center, and He who is above time has given to ears that hear, and heart’s that are soft, a head’s up on what’s coming to a town near you.
But you say it’s no big deal eh, that ‘cash’ will go by the way side and become an antique? Ha, but it is a big deal if the word was given long before there was a telephone, dollar bill, credit card, or cash register. Amazon has teamed up with Whole Foods (for starters) to implement the fast and easy palm scan for purchase, as a type of ID to replace plastic cards, checkbooks, etc. Like most novel things, it will take time before it is accepted as ‘safe,’ like MASKS.
Yet, the place where this idea was first introduced is ignored, and that of course is the book of books, inspired by the Giver of knowledge, God Himself, who warned us that ‘no man can buy or sell without the mark of the beast,’ no doubt a unique mark on the forehead or right hand, no filthy lucre needed. So Amazon is headed in this direction, but smiling here, because I’ve known this long before computers were the size of your living room.
But more. This also affirms Genesis is not only correct, but perfect, that Exodus is accurate, that Chronicles is reliable, that Daniel is credible, that Isaiah is factual, that Matthew is spot on, that Revelation is laid out in lavender, that all God’s word is good. But people will continue to be stubborn, to say ‘all cops are racist,’ and that the scriptures are antiquated. Yeah, ok, the only reliable source history book of mankind is outdated. You keep thinking that.
Darkness has slain a great many people, and continues to keep ignorance as customers, while the Giver of light and wisdom is ignored. Amazon is simply one in a long train of tech that is setting in motion the fact that time will one day cease, full moons will stop, and days will come to a close. Until such time, you may want to reconsider He who keeps better time than Mr. Rolex. And wash your hands…