Who’s Reading Your Mail?

2 Corinthians 3:2 (NASB77)
2   You are our letter, written in our hearts, known and read by all men;
I believe that I can say that culturally we are living in a digital revolution. The digital industry in which we are engulfed in is a multibillion-dollar industry. We see the effects of this industry upon everyday living through the use of smartwatches, fit-bits, cell phones, tablets, tracking devices (gps) and computers. Somebody is reading your mail even knowing the numbers of steps
you are taking in any given day. (satellite coverage)
And if that wasn’t enough, we now have a personal assistant in our homes through the device
known as Alexa. The digital infrastructure uses powerful search engines putting information at our fingertips with just a simple command and this artificial intelligence is anticipating our wants based upon past habits.
But with such convenience also comes the potential for digital piracy seen through identity theft. Some have personally experienced identity theft and others have seen the results of it during the 2016 presidential election when the DNC, John Podesta and Hilary Clinton had their accounts hacked and their emails stolen. Personal information has been exposed to cyber thieves through Equifax and Facebook. Who’s reading your mail?
These devices have been adapted with finger print and retinal scanning (reading you) without you realizing you are leaving a digital footprint for others to follow. You have no personal information or privacy in this digital revolution.
This is the ultimate tool of the anti-Christ portraying the ability to be omniscience and omni-presence. We have opened the door and given him access.
Let me say it like this: you can choose to be under divine surveillance, under God’s watchful
eye that brings life, or digital surveillance that brings about death. We are an open book to the
I said all of that to say this. If they are going to read your mail, then give them the real deal.
Give them Jesus Christ and Him crucified, raised from the dead, sitting on the right hand of the
Father making intercession for us, and that He is coming back.