Elon Musk Discusses Whether Humans are Really Here or Are We in a Computer Simulation?
Elon Musk, who is the CEO of TESLA Motors and co-creator of Pay Pal speaks at the Code Conference and is asked if we are currently living in a simulation. Most people at this conference are very smart, and some including Elon are thinking that we humans truly live in a simulation. Elon says he has had so many conversations concerning artificial intelligence and living in a simulation that he has banned that conversation from certain places, so he can take time to relax. Elon responds to the question, “There is a one in billions chance that this is base reality…arguably we should hope that that’s true because if civilization stops advancing that may be due some calamites event that erases a civilization. So, maybe we should be hopeful that this is a simulation… either we’re going to create simulations that are indistinguishable from reality, or civilization will cease to exist. Those are the two options.” Elon says he hopes we are living in a simulation.
The reality is that it is painful to have a relationship with people. Simulations have been created to replace those relationships including social media. We are living in real life, and we should be living that way. The difference between all this simulation and fake things is that our God is real! We can move in the power that God has given us when we are believers. There is no way we can advance God’s Kingdom if we do not move in power! We can have faith and move in power because we know that our God is real! This is very encouraging and make sure to listen or watch the full segment. We want to hear from you! You can write to us at [email protected]. John and Steve shared in this segment.
Francis Chan; Has Generation Z Lost Connection with God?
Francis Chan is speaking at the largest student missions conference in the world, Urbana. It is a gathering where people of all ethnicity’s come together to worship the Lord and are empowered to move in the power of God, and they hear the pure Gospel. Which hearing the truth of God’s Word is the only way the Gospel should be shared, and that is what is done at Urbana and what we do here at VFNKB. You can be a part of what we are doing as well to help share the truths of God with the world! It is very encouraging to see these young people being told the truth in love.
Francis speaks to the students in the conference and shares what he would do differently if he could relive his life. He first expresses his amazement at all the people that were attending that conference on their Christmas break because they wanted to learn how to give their lives away in service to Jesus. He remembers how when he was younger, he was afraid to give himself fully to the authority of Jesus, but now he sees where he should have focused his whole life. “I would have had a greater focus on getting to un-reached people…I would devote more of it to getting this Good News, this message, to people who have never heard about Jesus Christ…I feel… I’ve spent far too much time speaking to people who have already heard the Gospel thousands of times.” He expresses how in America there is such a pull to live a comfortable life and to make a name for yourself. Francis decided to cancel his speaking engagements. He said, “I don’t want to just entertain Christians.” He is now devoting more of his time to reaching the lost who have not heard the Gospel.
In America, it is easy to think that everyone already knows about Jesus, but they don’t! Even in America, many have not heard the true Gospel of Jesus Christ. We must become a disciple ourselves and tell others about Jesus and make disciples! Time is short, and we need to spend every moment we can to reach the lost. We can spend the rest of our days God has given us doing what He said. You can start discipleship on Emmaus Road or lead others on Emmaus Road, and you can also partner with VFNKB to help reach those that are lost and need to be discipled. We must become busy and become a disciple of Jesus Christ. We want to hear from you! You can write to us at [email protected]. Greg and Steve shared in this segment.