It is a sad day in the world of technology. The loss of a genius like Steve Jobs affects everyone and by that I mean everyone on the face of the earth in the last few decades.
I believe in every generation God brings to life those who would further his agenda even if they had no idea they were doing it.
The Moses’s of the world are needed. They often live in the wilderness before they find their place and it was no different for Steve Jobs.
Where would the world be without the gift of music we received from Beethoven or the genius of Albert Einstein?
The world of art changed with Picasso.
Communication made its debut with Alexander Graham Bell and the telephone.
Let us not forget the courage of the man who stood in the storm of lightning to bring about electricity. My research has shown me I would not be able to see what I am writing right now without my bifocals that Benjamin Franklin invented.
The skeptics would say it was all just by chance these people and many others like them were born at the time and place they were born. I beg to differ.
Acts 17 :26 says, “From one man he made every nation of men, that they should inhabit the whole earth; and he determined the times set for them and the exact places where they should live.”
I believe Steve Jobs 56 years on this earth joins the club of those who came before him with their inventions, art, music and now modern technology that God ordained. I also believe he died way before his time.
Their gifts changed history, gave the world something that had never been, and opened doors that have never closed. Their gift was their legacy. Their legacy was created long before their time. Their time on this earth has in more ways than we will ever know made our lives so much better.