Are we seeing a generation being conditioned for the Mark of the Beast?

Microchip implants have been woven into the very fabric of society through keeping track of pets for some time, but now people are getting them inserted in hopes of improving their lives. Society is quickly embracing microchip implants to unlock doors, log into cell phones and even make payments without the hassle of cash or credit cards. Two recent examples of this were from the Wall Street Journal who recently reported on how typical ID badges are now beginning to be replaced by biometric identification systems, microchip implants, and tools that monitor workers’ gaits or typing habits.

Now Amazon is getting on board with the idea of the convenience for shoppers to link their card information to their hands allowing them to simply pay for purchases with their palms, without having to pull out a card or phone.  The report went on to say: “The company plans to pitch the terminals to coffee shops, fast-food restaurants and other merchants that do lots of repeat business with their customers, according to some of the people. Amazon declined to comment.”

One frightening aspect of this is that people are bypassing hospitals to get these implants and instead are getting implanted through tattoo and piercing shops instead. One online company called “Dangerous Things” sells the Microchip device and injection kit for $57. Also, a San Francisco company has now developed tiny implantable digital tattoos that will authenticate credit cards, track your location, even collect health data.

NBC News reported that microchipping of children will happen “sooner rather than later” and that Americans will eventually accept the process as something just as normal as the barcode. I have harped on this for years and have stated over and over again that a generation is coming that will willfully embrace the coming Mark of the Beast System of buying, selling and trading in the name of convenience and the cultural norm.

Revelation 13:16-17He causes all, both small and great, both rich and poor, both free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their forehead, so that no one may buy or sell, except he who has the mark or the name of the beast or the number of his name.

This system will be welcomed with open arms to a society that has been inundated with technology that is at their fingertips so why would they not have a microchip or any other device placed in their body or at the palm of their hands? Many manufacturers are already working on hands-free—or should I say device-free—technology that will be in the very near future.