They never used the term, but looking back I was being taught a form of “sin management” and was never given hope that I could be free from this sin.
In our present culture, by the time most children are sixteen years old, they have left a well-documented profile on the World Wide Web. Advertisers say, “We know more about you than you know about yourself.”
Most of the kinks have been worked out of the Gospel Boxes and I am now proceeding with field tests. They have been sent to China, Peru and Ireland, as well as several locations around the U.S.
Conditions are rapidly aligning with Ezekiel’s 2,700-year-old prophecy. Fulfillment seems imminent. Our redemption draws nearer with every newscast.
Every day as I sit here working at No Greater Joy I am profoundly aware that God has been preparing me—beginning at my birth in a Jewish home to over 40 years in business, including corporate management, accounting, taxation, importing, exporting, personnel, and many other areas—to do this one job.
Only the Lord knows if the next several months will bring about economic instabilities. But you can be informed and prepared to wisely steward the resources which He has entrusted to you.
The Supreme Court is in full stride, not only making sin legal, but requiring the Christians of America to acquiesce to their depraved worldview.
The winds of history have shifted on your watch. If the Lord tarries, you can tell your grandchildren that you lived through the last righteous generation before the moral apocalypse.
Both the people you just read about connected with their cell phones to a little device called the Gospel Box. It streams Christian media to anyone who connects to it, and all without an Internet connection of any kind.