I am still formulating my next post in my head but this occurred today which needs to be mentioned. The FCC has repealed net neutrality. What that means is that now ISPs can block you from streaming content on YouTube or Netflix. It also means that you can get charged for wanting to watch certain videos. It also means that Netflix and YouTube can be charged more to make sure they stream at the same speed, which means the cost will be passed onto the consumer. I am only mentioning Netflix because it is mentioned in the article as well as YouTube.
ISPs can block access to certain sites. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/analysis-fcc-repealed-net-neutrality-%E2%80%94-heres-what-that-means-for-you/ar-BBGI9jB?li=BBnb7Kz
What does that mean to you and me? Well my very first thought was that eventually access to Christian sites will be blocked, my pastor might not be able to upload his sermon videos and Satan is going to make sure that the Word of God is silenced as far as what is on the Internet is concerned. He is, after all, the prince of the power of the air. I am not even going to begin to imagine what is going to be allowed. It is causing quite a bit of uproar and people are rallying and protesting.
Although there is a lot of sinful trash on the web and even a deep, dark web out there, the Word of God must go on. Needless to say, none of this has caught God by surprise and He will make sure His Word gets out there no matter what Satan tries to pull. It will, I hopefully pray, invigorate Christians to become more invested in Jesus Christ than ever before. Let us all rise up like the mighty army of God that we are!