When the world may be more than ready to persecute religious practices and religious people, they will have to get creative if they wish to persecute godliness and godly people. And if they are finally able to succeed in that, it will be their loss, not ours.
As more and more people partake of outdoor offerings—sparking some semblance of an outdoor revolution—there are going to be conflicts, there are going to be crowded campgrounds, and enforcement of existing regulations is likely to increase. It is plausible that some bureaucratic entities might even want to limit our access to the woods.
The time to equip and prepare is not after the storm has run its course but while the storm is underway, or for that matter before the storm ever raises its ugly head.
With at least one company already micro-chipping some of its employees, maybe we need to look at what does and what does not make this technology "right" or "wrong."
When it comes to dealing with persecution or discrimination, nothing is more frustrating than seeing one Christian deriding another for not choosing to fight in the same battle. Soon enough we will all see that battle we cannot ignore.
Making a move, so it may be a while before I can get back to any comments. If anyone wants to be the first to ever comment on this blog, I would hate to set a bad precedent of not responding without an explanation.
While it is expedient to believe that things will get better in this world, we cannot forget to prepare for the eventuality that it will first become worse.