It’s not the mark of the beast, but…

People in America want to get back to work. Protesters in Michigan and Kentucky are saying that government lockdowns are unconstitutional. Meanwhile, the Washington, DC government has extended the lockdown for yet another month. There is a debate taking place about how to monitor people exposed to or who have had COVID-19 and how to prevent further spread of the disease. Some suggest an “immunity passport” or some such monitoring of your daily movements in order to return to work. These systems tracking who is infected and who isn’t are being created in other countries, South Korea, Singapore, and none other than China. And these systems are being pitched here in the United States.

This is an inherent problem with government health care. It opens the door to people control. The government could try to implement a monitoring system as it brings the economy back to work. Certainly, the Democratic leadership, the news media and some high-tech big business that stands to make trainloads of money, are in favor of such a system. And they will attempt to trample your constitutional right to privacy using public health concern scare tactics. Apple and Alphabet’s Google say privacy and security are top priorities as they collaborate to activate such immunity passports to track “the virus” using cell phones. The app actually can notify other app uses of an infected person within 10 feet.

The access to this data is a huge question. Google and Apple say that the personal data remains on the user’s phone and disappears after 14 days. In light of the Obama Administration’s agreements with these tech giants to mine private data, how does anyone believe their personal data is safe from exploitation? Essentially, this system and others have the ability to identify both the infected and the non-infected. Conspiracy theories abound about Microsoft founder Bill Gates developing a chip technology carrying your personal health data. While President Trump has cut US funding of the World Health Organization, the Gates Family Foundation increased its WHO funding by $250 million. A White House insider with knowledge of the situation tells me that the President is against government-mandated tracking of private citizens.

Beginning with social security numbers and beyond, people have sounded alarms about these things being used as the mark of the beast as found in Revelation. They are not. Maybe they are a type and shadow, but they are not the mark of the beast. The mark of the beast as prophesied in Revelation is required to buy, sell and not be killed, but it also requires worship of the beast as God. Revelation 20:4 says, “And I saw the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the word of God, and which had not worshipped the beast, neither his image, neither had received his mark upon their foreheads, or in their hands.” While government tracking is a horrible violation of privacy, it is not the mark of the beast, which would be taken as an openly conscious decision to deny the one true God and worship the beast.

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