In the battle of good versus evil, it’s information that wins. I believe that in the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. This is where the battle begins.
The war of words started with the forbidden fruit, as it would seem that innocent souls are gullible. Evil was able to manipulate the words, change the meanings and deceive the good to ignore God. Ever since that day in the garden, evil has been changing the words or when that wasn’t enough, finding ways to completely omit entire sections of the truth.
In modern times words are used to deceive innocent children that it’s okay for a boy to become a girl, or a girl to become a boy. Words have been used to instill fear on the masses. Fear of climate catastrophe. Fear of death from an invisible air-born virus and fear of Atomic energy, just to mention a few deceptions.
To survive this info-war, a digital soldier must seek knowledge and wisdom for ourselves. Otherwise we become captured in mental slavery. Our emotions cause us to react and become aggressive towards opposing ideas. Evil wins, when confusion rules.
Divide and conquer is the tactic of evil in a Spiritual War
The battle of good versus evil is ancient, the history of mankind is written by the editors of the scriptures. Whomever could control the writing of the books, held the upper-ground in the war. The Roman empire wasn’t able to defend all of it’s conquered territories against so many invading hordes, as there were just too many fronts. Christianity was so compelling that it was converting Roman citizens, so one ruler had the great idea to take the concept and re-write it for the Romans.
To this very day we are suffering from the misinformation of the Romans. History was written by the victors.
The Roman Emperor Diocletian burned thousands of copies of the Bible, commanded that all Bibles be destroyed and decreed that any home with a Bible in it should be burned. In fact, he even built a monument over what he thought was the last surviving Bible.
Constantine I was one of the famed emperors of Rome and the first to profess Christianity. He ruled during the 4th century, and some of his important accomplishments include his support of Christianity, construction of the city of Constantinople, and the continuance of the reforms of Diocletian.
Many fantastic churches were built during the reign of Constantine, and some pagan temples were limited. Despite this, it is not obvious that Emperor Constantine was a very committed Christian, and he would continue to venerate the sun god, Sol Invictus, for most of the first half of his reign.
Enoch walked with God but was removed from the Bible
In the New Testament, Enoch is referenced in the Gospel of Luke, the Epistle to the Hebrews, and in the Epistle of Jude, the last of which also quotes from it and yet it was removed from the Bible. Even before the Romans changed the scriptures, the book of Enoch was removed.
As a digital soldier in a spiritual war, we need to practice discernment. Consider that all information may be manipulated.