Do you hear me? Do you care?
Lately I have been feeling very torn about whether to share things that I have learned in my research. These are not secret conspiracy things, they are just things that many people are unaware of because the powers that be like to keep people unaware of them. They are things that one person can’t really do anything to change.
For example : the climate change/energy transition agenda is driving almost all of the current events happening in the world. Many people seem oblivious to that and they don’t care. They are focused on their own lives or on more trendy, gossipy, dramatic news that the media shows them. The world is actually undergoing serious changes that a lot people don’t want to think about.
So my question is how much does the public really need to know?
Unless we are going to come together and fight the powers that are working out these plans, an unlikely and risky idea, does the world need to know about the things that may or may not directly affect them? Some of these plans may not hurt the majority of people in rich Western countries unless one attempts to thwart them. The plans even include the idea of lessening the impact on the people who will be negatively affected by the changes, but only time will tell how well that mitigation is done. In fact, there are people working within these institutions who think they are doing something good by following these plans. They believe in the mission.
And what is the Christian/Biblical thing to do here? If we are to live by faith, showing love to all, with an eternal perspective, do we all need to know the whos and whats and whys things are happening the way they are? We already know that Satan is the prince of this world and that many are working for him and that many Anti-Christs are already in the world inside churches and that Jesus is going to judge the world, and the world will eventually be burned up and a new world is coming.
So is it a Christian’s concern to find out what evil plans are in play? Or should Christians focus all their attention on doing good, obeying God, helping those who are being affected, especially those in poor countries, the migrants, the poor in our country, the sick, and of course, spreading the gospel of Jesus at all times?
I’ve spoken to a few friends about this who have said they already know how the story ends and they don’t want to know the details. They know we are headed to more and more evil in the world. They would rather just live their lives and trust that God has it all under control. I understand that. But is that what God wants us to do? Just let it play out? Or can we postpone the inevitable by not allowing evil men to flourish? How do we balance seeking justice with not resisting the evil man? Can one resist evil if we stay uninformed?
To complicate matters, we are dealing with two groups with opposing interests trying to solve a problem and neither group is approaching the problem from a Biblical standpoint, because both groups are worldly. Christian input is not welcome by either side.
Either way, to know or not to know, the only way to overcome evil is by doing good. So if every Christian were to live in love, by faith, giving a reason for the hope that is in them, which is the hope of eternal life, that would be a powerful force indeed.