C.C. Deville, guitar player for Poison, talks about God’s unconditional love. I am so thankful for his willingness to speak openly about God and how much he loves us, even those of us that have made such a mess of our lives.
Check out Louie and Tracey speaking at the “God Unlimited Conference” in Louisville Kentucky.
In Genesis 11 there is an amazing story of man’s attempt to be as God. It says, “The whole earth used the same language and the same words.” Mankind had come together in one language enabling them to communicate and become unified in their goals. They said to one another, “Come, let us make bricks and burn them thoroughly.” And they built for themselves a city, and a tower whose top will reach into heaven. They said, “let us make for ourselves a name, otherwise we will be scattered abroad over the face of the whole earth.” Of course God took note of this and confused their languages causing them to scatter.
I ran across what I think is man’s latest version of the Tower of Babel and it’s called Transhumanism. I am posting a video below for any that care to watch. After watching this video, Psalm 2 came to mind, and without quoting the whole Psalm let me just give you the first part.
1. Why are the nations in an uproar
And the peoples devising a vain thing?
2. The kings of the earth take their stand
And the rulers take counsel together
Against the Lord and against his
3. “Let us tear their fetters apart
And cast away their cords from us!”
4. He who sits in the heavens laughs,
The Lord scoffs at them.
Transhumanism proposes to imbed a microchip into the brain to store information for easy recall. It also hopes to stop aging and enable us to live forever. According to the Bible aging and death came into humanity because of sin, and eternal life is only found in Christ. “The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus.” Apparently the authors of Transhumanism think they can bypass the blood of Christ and bring about eternal life by way of their own human wisdom and ingenuity. I don’t know about you but to me this is starting to sound eerily familiar, like something heard in the Garden of Eden. The serpent said to the woman, “surely you will not die.”