Surveillance April 20, 2016

Concern is being raised about the level of surveillance used by some stores, such as Saks Fifth Avenue. Technology includes software that can recognize faces and other sources of data on the individual. This raises questions about what is shared and with whom. We have a right to be concerned about our privacy. But we need to remember that our privacy ends with our all-seeing, all-knowing Heavenly Father. Hagar, whose story is recorded in the Old Testament, cried out- “You are the God who sees me.” And David wrote in one of his Psalms, “Oh Lord, You have searched me and known me…You know when I sit and when I rise…You perceive my thoughts…You are familiar with all my ways.” Somebody may ask, “Why is this important?” It is to teach us that while we may hide secret wrong-doing and thinking from others, we cannot hide anything from God. He sees all and He knows all.

Pastor Alex Rockwell
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