Each day the headlines tell us of new ways our privacy has been compromised. There are credible fears of government's intrusion into private electronic communication. Is privacy an illusion? Should we fear governmental agencies that appear to have gone too far? Can our private words be used against us?
However, what really should be feared is ignored. Here is the reality that is not being reported:
There is no communication or thought that is not known and recorded by God.
If you want to fear something, fear this. Forget listening in on phone conversations. God knows the words that you will say before you even say them. What’s more, your supposedly private thoughts will be used as evidence to demand a verdict of spending hell in eternity. This is what we should fear.
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