Not Much Time Left to “Be About the Father’s Business”?

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila

Perhaps you’ve been tracking the Zuckerberg Congressional testimony. If not, here is just one good summary a believer might be very interested in featuring, among other issues (such as the company’s alliance with Cambridge Analytica to “assist” both the 2012 Obama campaign and the 2016 Trump campaign), the tech billionaire’s timeline for using AI to monitor/eradicate “hate speech” (Zuckerberg gives it just a few years).

And members of Congress wisely ask who defines such “hate speech.”

No clear answer, yet.

May I encourage us all, brothers and sisters in Christ, to stay on task in what might be a short-lived (continuing) opportunity to teach and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ, at least on some Internet sites, while doing our best to avoid distractions, particularly distractions that attempt to keep us at the “bottom of the brain” in emotional turmoil so that we are less inclined to think critically and act with prayerful discernment.

Stay the course of ministry, friends, at home, on the job, and wherever else, and resist mind and spirit control distractions–especially considering what prophecy scholars say about the “times” we are now in.

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4 Responses to Not Much Time Left to “Be About the Father’s Business”?

  1. Carl Gordon says:

    Well stated.


    • pmcb says:

      Thanks, Carl,

      So those who preach should preach as never before; those who teach, same, those who help, inspire, comfort, guide–and make informative videos about prophecy topics that need airing right now, should feel especially encouraged to do so. 🙂


  2. Cathy says:

    Resist the Devil and keep our minds on the Future with Christ! Our Citizenship is in Heaven!


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