There is a passage of scripture given prior to the flood of Noah, in which the Father notes how the imagination of man’s heart was only evil continually. This can be compared to what Yahshua gives in Matthew 24: “As the days of Noah were, so shall the coming of the son of man.”
We are constantly being bombarded with so many minuscule, frivolous things. As the world continues to bring about incremental tidal waves of strife, many still hearken as before, steeping themselves further and further into a prison of shallowness.
In the early hours, before sunrise, there is a particular bird which begins to sing outside my bedroom wall. The bird sings alone for quite some time – it is still dark outside while everyone else is asleep. Still, the song remains noticeable and unafraid.
Prior to receiving and sharing this message, a task was ordered to test the waters to see the current state of certain individuals. The state of how they were a decade prior was compared to their current state.
Our reliability on man’s devices can present us with a false sense of security. We assume that just because many rely heavily on these modern-day conveniences, although prone to minor adjustments, cannot fail in the grand scheme of things.