Daily Archives: December 20, 2017

Hypnotists and Hackers Can Help Your Bitcoin, But Remember This Password! (pssst…it’s “Jesus”)

Weird stories about Bitcoin are everywhere. With so many people wanting to cash in on the Bitcoin craze, that’s no surprise. Personally, my favorite is the fake story about a guy making a million dollars by selling Chuck E. Cheese tokens as Bitcoin. Yeah, if you haven’t heard, that was fake news.

But there are some stories that are both true and instructive. For example: if you’ve been following the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, you know there is a new industry growing around Bitcoin. It includes hackers, hypnotists, and psychics who are being hired to help people remember complicated security codes to access their cryptocurrency!

You see, many people bought Bitcoin as a highly speculative investment. And, Bitcoin tanked. But then the strangest thing happened – Bitcoin made a comeback. And, you guessed it; people who had forgotten all about their failed investment were clamoring to access old accounts that might hold a fortune!

The application here is priceless. After all, how long has it been since you became a Christian? Here’s the real deal – many Christians took a chance; they chose faith and invested in their eternal soul. Then, over time, they decided their investment wasn’t worth much and forgot all about their investment!

If we assume our investment has no value, we will set it aside. But one day we will realize how valuable that soul is, and we will want to regain access to salvation. And if you’re reading this, it isn’t too late!

Here’s some awesome news: the password hasn’t changed. After all these years, it remains the same. It’s Jesus.

No psychic needed. No hypnotist. No hacker. Just an enduring faith in Jesus.

So, if you bought some Bitcoin back in the day, good luck cracking into that old account. But if you forgot your password, remember Him today – He’s waiting with open arms!

“you were sealed in Him with the Holy Spirit of promise, who is given as a pledge of our inheritance, with a view to the redemption of God’s own possession, to the praise of His glory” Ephesians 1:13b-14