One guaranteed sign of life is multiplication. When God confers life, he also confers the capacity to multiply. Anything that has no ability to multiply has no life. It may appear to be alive, but appearances often are very deceptive.
There is a colossal global movement whose goal is to infiltrate the earth's entire food supply with genetically modified ingredients and substances. The seeds of many plants, and the reproductive cells of many animals have been genetically modified, ostensibly with the goal of achieving a greater degree of "perfection" or offering greater protection from certain occurrences in nature. In fact, science has arrived at the point at which even humans beings are being genetically modified to "enhance" or add certain functions and abilities.
When the devil offers or purportedly gives added "life" to anything, including humans, one must necessarily examine carefully the nature of that life. Does it have all the hallmarks of true life? Is it life to the full? The catastrophic result of this seemingly uncontrollable movement favoring genetic modification is sterility. Seeds that have been genetically modified to a degree that overrides or contaminates their inherent genetic makeup can produce only one crop. The new seeds produced in that new crop are generally all sterile. Similarly, animals that have been cross bred, or whose genetic makeup has been compromised are almost always sterile. They cannot reproduce themselves.
When an organ in the body begins to lose function so that its cells rejuvenate at a slower pace, one may not notice the change initially. However, eventually the multiplication process becomes so inefficient that the organ becomes diseased, fails to function as intended, and must be removed in order to curtail the spread of the disease. That is the recurring theme of death--the absence of multiplication, or the inefficient pace of multiplication.
If we look into the future that we seem committed to designing locally, nationally and internationally, it is a future whose foundation is death. Eventually, the absence of multiplication in our plants and seeds will destroy our food supply. Animal species also progressively will become extinct in relation to their degree of genetic modification, especially if animals with the original genetic blueprint have been endangered. The magnitude of the problem will not become evident until it is too late to remedy. Even humans risk becoming extinct if they join the genetic modification band wagon. Globally, it is time to choose this day whom we will serve--the author of death, or the living God, the author of life.