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Chapter 36 - Putting
a New Perspective to Work.
Once an appreciation for the Satanic hand behind the scene is acquired, many past and current events can be better understood. For example the seemingly irrational act of unleashing the pestilence of Islam from under the boot heel of various tyrants seems a foolish idea. However, one may consider that infesting Muslims throughout western civilization is a good tactic to insure that the arrival of the antichrist is heralded with sudden and noticeable peace. This change from contention to acceptance will give credibility to the assumption that he is the true Messiah.
Older movies can be seen in terms of what Satan was accomplishing at the time. For example, the 1968 movie The Shoes of the Fisherman was useful to entice Catholics with the pageantry of the papacy to take in acceptance of evolution as 'scientific' as well as see the best purpose of the church to give away money. The 1971 movie Harold and Maude can be seen as an intense emotional connection (facilitated by powerful music by Cat Stevens) with the baby boom generation to mock the superficial inanities of the previous generation and accept self-indulgence as a desirable alternative.
Those who see their children as something in need of their care and protection may now see schools as dangerous dens of Satanic indoctrination and exploitation and pursue homeschool alternatives. Those who see in women a value beyond the economic may forgo a second income to build a home and family with lasting depth as opposed to the modern arrangement where four people share a residence but each has their own separate activities, interests, and friends.
As one gains an understanding of the work of Satan, one begins to more fully appreciate truth. As lies and deceptions are exposed what is left is that which is true and eternal, namely God, Jesus, and the bible. It is easier to see the lies and deceptions that cripple and ensare others than those which have entangled ourselves. However, as one grows closer to truth, one can only grow in humility. This is the key to being free from the power these can have over us.
A human weakness is our inclination to justify whatever we we have come to do, say, or believe. Satan takes advantage of this to make us our own jailers. If he can get us to take something in, he can get us to defend and continue in the direction he has pointed us. Freedom lies in a willingness to question and examine all that we do. The more familiar we get with Satan's tactics and methods, the more we become able to see what we ourselves have accepted and even defended.
The ultimate freedom however, is only found in the source of truth, Jesus.
Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. - John 8:31-32
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