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As he [David] was talking with them, Goliath, the Philistine champion from Gath, stepped out from his lines and shouted his usual defiance, and David heard it. When the Israelites saw the man, they all ran from him in great fear. (1 Samuel 17:23-24 NIV)

Fear and faith are mutually exclusive. To control humans, Satan must create strongholds of fear. If God’s people refuse to give in, even to the fear of death, then faith’s power is unleashed (Hebrews 11:6).

David understood the contest between him and Goliath was not about strength or skill. It was a confrontation between the proxies for Israel’s God and Satan.

In 1 Samuel 17:4-7, we have Goliath, a giant of a man, a champion of the Philistines, defiantly challenging Israel’s army. For awhile, it seemed Israel did not have a man brave enough to fight for God’s honor.

Let us look at Goliath. Were he and his brothers offspring of the Nephilim, a race of giants (Numbers 13:33a)? Goliath stood more than nine feet in height (less than three meters). Though Saul was taller than his Israelite brothers, self-preservation–or in this case “cowardice”–kept him from battling Goliath (1 Samuel 17:25, cf. Numbers 13:33b).

Before the flood, Goliath’s predecessors roamed the land without opposition, as lords of the earth. Early in this present age, they were re-introduced to live among the Canaanites and prevent Israel from claiming the Promised Land (Numbers 13). They remained godless and soul-less; violent men who through taunting, separated God’s servants from their source of power (1 Chronicles 20:5-8). It will be that way again. Wimpy saints need not apply. Are we buckled up and ready (Revelation 13:4-7)?

Like Goliath, the huge man from Gath, “sons of the gods” have physical features that do not belong to humans (1 Chronicles 20:6-7). In addition to their immense size and strength, they have an aura of indestructibility. Nebuchadnezzar referred to this in a remark he made in Daniel 3. When, after casting Meshach, Shadrach and Abednego into the fire, he peered into the furnace and said, “Look! I see four men walking around in the fire, unbound and unharmed, and the fourth looks like a son of the gods.” (3:25)

To many futurists, the growing attachment to robotics signals the inevitable end of humanity. I see the robotics trend as the re-emergence of the Nephilim, the sons of god. Roaming the earth as before, they will be re-packaged versions of the heroes of old. Yet, like bygone days, they possess inhuman characteristics. Compared to men, they are taller, stronger, bigger, smarter, without emotion or affection. Their creation is fueled by man’s desire for power.

We saw these beings in Noah’s day before the Flood (Genesis 6), again, in the time of the twelve spies (Numbers 13), and before David ruled Jacob (1 Samuel 17). Better buckle up!

As for men, some crave the title “supreme ruler of the earth.” That is all the opening Satan needs. He is the seducer of the proud, convincing them they are gods. As to their ambition, if they conceived it and believed it, they will achieve it! —all with the evil one’s help, of course.

In Part 5, we will look at the one step remaining. Cyborgs are in production, but how will the sons of god and their humanoid counterparts, the beautiful daughters of men, be activated to fulfill their mission?

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He was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that it could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed. (Revelation 13:15 NIV)

Early 20th century Satanist, Aleister Crowley, authored what became known as “the law of Thelema.” Essentially, this law states, “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.” In a nutshell, the law of Thelema speaks of the fist defiantly raised toward heaven, declaring “I am God.”

Satan is never more empowered, than when we, God’s creation, cast off restraint and ignore any and all claims the Lord has on us. Paul urged the Ephesians, “…and find out what pleases the Lord.” (5:10). Encouraging believers to learn what pleases God (then doing it) is the antithesis of the law of Thelema. Crowley’s idea of complete autonomy originated in the pit. We were created to please our Sovereign Lord and Master. Many will choose to be served instead.

Last time, I wrote that in Part 2 I would attempt to connect the rebellion at Babel to the field of robotics. Robots are sophisticated machines designed to do work or perform functions man cannot do or do as efficiently.

For example, robots are already doing beneficial surgeries and precise assembly-line or warehouse work. However, it is their capability to wage war that ought to make everyone take notice. Picture J.R. Tolkien’s army of Orcs in The Lord of the Rings as they were being birthed in the slime and heat of earth’s underbelly. It isn’t fantasy anymore.

Robot soldiers require a creator and, therefore, a master. They need a god to do the designing, engineering and building. They need experts in information technology to install programs that control their actions.

The appeal is power, and robots represent power. Acting as a god, the robot’s master does as he “wilt,” but, with some know-how, he can make a humanoid also do as he (the master) “wilt,” for good or for evil.

We have exceeded critical mass. Hearty acceptance has created demand. What has begun cannot be stopped, that is, not until the Lord intervenes.

What about robotic killer tanks that outperform (i.e. out destroy) human operated tanks? Buckle up! The prototypes are developed and have impressed in mock battle. As a result, Russian military chiefs have greenlighted production.

Off the drawing board and field tested are killer robots that can target using facial recognition. (Might this include recognizing those without the beast’s mark on the forehead or hand?) Buckle up! It’s coming.

Underway is a plan to create a human-like population devoid of God’s image. Has earth seen their kind before? Yes, prior to Noah’s Flood.

Next, in Part 3, we will examine what is motivating the recent advancements in robotics, in particular, the production of Cyborgs, machines designed to look and function like humans.

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