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The Great Cultural Reset – Part 2

The Great Cultural Reset: Satan’s Goal and Strategy
By Nathan Jones

The rapid rise of the Globalist agenda that’s bent on forming Satan’s prophesied one-world government is called “The Great Reset.” In these efforts, Satan has been using today’s technologies to unite the world under his new culture and ethos. In the first segment, we began by analyzing how drastically this modern-day tech culture is negatively affecting our vulnerable youth. Next, we will identify Satan’s insidious end-goal, and then reveal his overarching strategy towards making this goal a soon reality.

Satan’s Goal

So, just what is Satan’s goal?

The book of Isaiah provides a first-person narrative of exactly what Satan has long been attempting to achieve: “I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God; I will also sit on the mount of the congregation on the farthest sides of the north; I will ascend above the heights of the clouds, I will be like the Most High” (Isaiah 14:13-14).

Ever since God’s guardian cherub and heavenly worship leader began to envy the praise and worship the Almighty received, Satan has sought to usurp God and sit on His throne. A failed coup d’état forced the prideful angel to change his plans, having been banished from Heaven and cast down to the Earth. If he could not rule the universe, then Satan would at least rule over the planet promised to God’s children who were made in His image. Satan would corrupt humanity, bending those mere mortals to serve him rather than their Heavenly Father, and so build his own heinously evil global empire upon their subjugated backs.

Satan’s Strategy

What strategy does Satan employ in his attempt to reach his sinister goal of establishing his global empire and so garner the praise of mankind? He continues to follow the same five-step strategy he did way back in the Garden of Eden.

Step 1: Distract

The first step in Satan’s nefarious strategy to steal the planet Earth from mankind began by distracting God’s children. Genesis 3 tells the story of how Satan, in the form of a serpent, approached the very first woman, Eve. Hanging down from his perch in a nearby tree, the serpent stopped the woman in her tracks with a simple question asking, “Has God indeed said, ‘You shall not eat of every tree of the garden’?” And the woman replied to the serpent, “We may eat the fruit of the trees of the garden; but of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God has said, ‘You shall not eat it, nor shall you touch it, lest you die.’”

God had created and then placed the very first people — Adam and Eve — into a garden paradise. No weeds or thorns or thistles or stinging and biting creatures could be found there. The first couple only had to keep the garden well-trimmed and cultivated, name the animals, and keep God and each other company. No want or need existed, for the bounty of the garden was lovingly given by God for them to pluck at with ease. Every imaginable fruit and grain was at their disposal. The crops grew and the trees fruited all year long.

Only one rule existed in this tropical paradise, and that was for Adam and Eve not to eat from one lone tree. That’s it! Just one tree. The first couple had even been warned by God what would happen should they eat the fruit of that tree — death. But, Satan knows that which is forbidden often becomes the most tempting. Even with all the boundless delicacies at their disposal, Satan knows how easy it is to distract mankind with the things which they can never possess. With that one simple question Satan posed, all of the bounties faded away from Eve’s sight, and only that solitary forbidden tree remained stubbornly tugging at her mind.

Step 2: Self-Focus

With Eve’s mind distracted away from all she possessed to now only what she could not have, Satan implemented the second step in his strategy to wrest the world away from humanity. He made the humans focus not on a loving God and their countless blessings, but on themselves.

In verse 4 the serpent said to the woman: “You will not surely die. For God knows that in the day you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” Satan’s bald-faced lie placed a niggling doubt in Eve’s mind. She began to think that maybe God was holding out on her, and that maybe He did not love her and Adam as selflessly as He had claimed, and that maybe even God was jealous of humanity and so keeping them down. Her outward focus on God and her husband became self-focused on what she now believed she didn’t have, but deserved. Eve began to see her and Adam as victims. Dupes even! An unknown feeling welled up within her for the very first time in her short life. Eve began to envy. Satan recognized that emotion all too well.

Step 3: Break Apart

The story goes on in verse 6 that a distracted, self-focused Eve took a good look at that forbidden tree and found the fruit was quite attractive, for “it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree desirable to make one wise.” Purposefully ignoring the subconscious voice pleading with her conscious mind to not do this disobedient thing, Eve made up her mind, plucked a piece of the forbidden fruit, and ate it.

Adam now enters into the picture. We don’t know if he was there the whole time, or that he’d just come upon Eve and the serpent conversing. Genesis doesn’t say. Some claim that Eve’s newfound understanding of the difference between good and evil — the loss of her child-like innocence — caused her to realize she had become somehow different than her husband, maybe even emotionally superior. Regardless, her willful disobedience had broken her apart from her mate. With this realization, Eve may have used the very first feminine charms to lure Adam to join her in her guilty state. Unlikely, though, for verse 17 places the fall of mankind squarely on Adam’s shoulders. We know simply that she also “gave to her husband with her and he ate,” and “then the eyes of both of them were opened.” Eve may have been deceived when she disobeyed, but when Adam disobeyed, he chose to do so with all the facts present.

Mere moments passed before Adam and Eve’s relationship had begun to break apart. The juice had barely dripped off their chins before they realized with some shock that they were naked, and so ran off to sew fig leaves together to make for themselves coverings. The complete openness in their intimate personal relationship was for the first time cloaked from each other. Instead of an equal partnership, going forward Man the stronger vessel would dominate Woman the weaker vessel, and all future marriages would suffer some level of gender warfare. God would later in verse 16 explain to Eve this new hierarchy as, “Your desire shall be for your husband, and he shall rule over you.”

Mankind’s relationship with their Heavenly Father had also been shattered. Verse 8 reveals that for the very first time in their lives, Adam and Eve feared the presence of God, and so hid from Him. When God at last found their hiding spot, He rhetorically asked the couple how they knew they were naked and why they had disobeyed Him. Immediately, the guilty two flung incriminations like knives at each other. Adam blamed Eve for their sin and Eve blamed the serpent, and in their newly fallen self-righteous state, surely all three found a way to blame God.

Yet another breaking occurred, for as verse 21 reveals, the Lord God made tunics of skin out of animals to clothe them. Death had indeed at last entered paradise. The trusting relationship between mankind and the animal world had also been shattered by their disobedience, and much fear and mistrust and blood would be spilled going forward.

In the third segment of this series about the Great Reset, we will examine steps four and five of Satan’s five-step strategy in bringing about his one-world government.

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