The following blog post carries the personal thoughts of Elder Prince, founder of Blossomsoft Games.
“God’s children are not for sale.” This powerful quote comes from Tim Ballard, a heroic figure known for rescuing children from cartels.
It is worth noting that a movie titled ‘Sound of Freedom’ featuring Jim Caviezel, set to release on July 4, carries significant symbolism as it coincides with a significant date in the United States, celebrated for its independence and the values of freedom it represents.
Evil is an undeniable reality, and one of its most distressing manifestations is child trafficking. Throughout history, this wickedness has persisted, and there is truly nothing new under the sun. In certain atheistic circles (I was part of them during a certain past), God is often criticized for being responsible of genocide. However, what people fail to comprehend is that the nations and tribes He intervened with, such as during the great flood or the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, had sunk into a state of total depravity, devoid of any moral code. The prevalence of child sacrifice to pagan deities and sexual abuse necessitated God’s intervention to safeguard His seed (the birth of Jesus Christ), and ultimately redeem the entire world with today’s Good News.
There are many more verses that can shed light on the state of the world and the necessity of God’s past and future interventions. It is important not to assume that child sacrifice is no longer occurring in the present generation. Regrettably, these atrocious crimes often remain unaddressed in the political sphere. It is crucial to remember that we currently reside in Satan’s world, where the term “god” is often associated with a lesser, lowercase entity.
God, in His role as an outsider, works tirelessly to rescue us from the clutches of this malevolent chessboard controlled by the devil. To illustrate this concept as an analogy, we can envision ourselves trapped within a matrix-like construct, where God, in the form of Jesus Christ, slipped into the world incognito, much like a top-secret agent, evading the notice of the devil. His mission was to strategically set a timed detonator and design a straightforward rescue plan for our souls, culminating in the ultimate destruction of the devil and his wicked followers when the detonator finally explode. For a real, detailed understanding of this rescue plan, I encourage you to read John Chapter 3, particularly John 3:16.
The death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus served as the ultimate defeat of Satan. At that pivotal moment, the timed detonator was initiated, setting in motion God’s grand rescue plan—the gospel, meaning ‘good news’. The Good News entails Jesus willingly shedding His precious blood on the cross to atone for all our sins. As a result, Satan is no longer able to accuse us before God and render us guilty. Through this sacrificial act, we are bestowed with a new spirit called Holy Spirit, akin to a pristine white robe that remains untainted by sin, in stark contrast to the filthy rags bestowed upon us by the spirit of the devil. This new spirit cleanses us in the eyes of God, despite our continued existence within an unfair world and our inhabiting perishable flesh. By believing in what Jesus accomplished on our behalf, we are completely liberated from God’s wrath upon evil and are granted the assurance of eternal life. It’s what being saved means. It’s a free gift, it can’t be earned by our own efforts.
Governments and media outlets are making concerted efforts to censor this crucial movie in numerous countries. Nevertheless, the reign of both these crimes and the devil’s influence will soon be punished. As we align with the prophecies outlined in the Bible, we find ourselves in the closing years of this current civilization, eagerly anticipating the glorious return of Jesus. His arrival will herald the establishment of a kingdom built upon pure love and eternal peace. Until that momentous day arrives, it should be our solemn duty to expose and confront evil with unwavering resolve, drawing strength from our faith in Jesus, through whom we have been saved and adopted as children of God.