sermonette: Addicted to a Virtual World?
Meditating on God's Law
Given 28-Aug-10; Sermon #1008s; 21 minutes
Bill Onisick, reflecting on the progressive developments of computer technology and video games, wondered if the virtual world this high-tech world has created has not become addictive, damaging our connection to the real world. Some people are more connected to the electronic virtual world, rather than the real world. On the other hand, electronic technology has shed light on the brain's plasticity, proving that the aging process can be reversed by meditating, something which the scriptures have long corroborated. The content and focus of our meditation should be God's law and His scriptures. If our meditation is focused on video games and the Internet, we can become impatient and narcissistic.
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