It hasn't always been like this.
If you observe carefully, we are rapidly entering into a new era. It's been a long time coming, but it's here now. The full blast of technology and wide-spread innovations made easy by devices that are smaller than the palms of my two hands. An electric eye that helps the blind to recognize faces. The android phone fully backed by Google with which users can create their own interfaces, with free open-source coding and 10,000 android apps. A smart thermostat, the EnergyHub dashboard that tells you how much electricity you're using at home and how much it's costing you. The robotic exoskeleton that provides mobility assistance to older folks. Atom-to-atom teleportation (scientists at the university of Maryland successfully teleported data from one atom to another atom in a container that was a meter away). And other inventions (Top Ten Tech Inventions Shaping 2010).
Yes, 2010 is being shaped, slowly but surely. I was reading something today about how we now have such an overload of information in every place, and how people are finding it hard to tell what is important or merely just frivolous. That's the age we're in. Obviously, we need something bigger than information. I can feel it in my bones that this year will be a year of greatness. It has so much potential.
Again, I say that you and I need something bigger than "information." Sitting down where you are right now, reading this page and nodding your head, you think so too, don't you? In 2010, I want to move how God wants me to move, and not by the ordinations of what has already been fore-casted for this year. I want to move by deeper revelations and understandings of secret things that even scientists cannot fathom. I want to walk by the Word and eat the bread of life. I want my visions, goals, and desires to be guided by what has already been written about me in the volumes of His book. Not by the standards of the world.
I love the current technological explosions shaping this year already, yet I want to harness God's heart. I dare-say it is possible...even as we pray...for 2010. What else is bigger than information? It's God!
Please post your thoughts, what do you think? :)
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