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8 April, 2018 18:07

April 8, 2018


Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg is due to appear before Congress this week to answer questions regarding the company’s massive data leaks and any role it played in the presidential election. According to various news reports Facebook allowed some 80-100 million subscribers personal information to be used by third party players for their own ends. Needless to say people are worried about having their personal information pass into the hands of possible unscrupulous players.

The fact is, we live in an era where virtually everything we do is recorded or monitored by some company or government agency. Anyone with a credit card, drivers license or passport has already given away their personal information that could be maliciously used against them.

Imagine though having everything you have ever done, said, thought or imagined recorded. Thankfully there is no such machine, computer or nation capable of such a massive collection of material. That may well be true except for the fact that God declares in His Word that, “all things are naked and bare before the eyes of Him with whom we have to do.” God knows every detail of your life and mine. Every thought, motive, and deed, along with every fear, worry, pain or failure are all known by God.

It’s only natural to want people to know of our achievements as it boosts our ego and self worth. Our sins and failures on the other hand we tend to keep hidden, hoping no one will ever stumble across our personal data that could ruin our reputation or be used against us in some way.

People will go to extreme lengths to rid themselves of any incriminating evidence that could be used to destroy them. Hillary Clinton went as far as smashing her BlackBerrys, acid washing her email sever, and then lying to Congress in order to escape the possibility of punishment. Let’s face it, we would all like to have our sordid personal data erased or deleted and the opportunity to begin all over again.

Well the good new is we can! Paul in his letter to the Colossians reminds us that we were all dead in our transgressions and that all the data that God had collected against us and was hostile to us He DELETED through the Cross. Read it for yourself in Colossians 2:13-14. Hillary Clinton along with every other sinner will discover that you may be able to acid wash your computer and delete all emails but only the blood of Jesus Christ can erase your sin and mine. Everything against us has been deleted. Our rap sheet has been wiped clean, deleted, erased, cleansed, washed. Hallelujah, Thank you Jesus!

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