You cannot outsmart God!

Technology is awesome and great, being able to reach multitudes whom I don’t know just because of technology. in this Information Age technology is a must for every individual on earth.

It can be harmful when it lands in an evil person, can be a means of destroying someone. The designer of any technology’s aim is to help humanity but when it reaches the hands of evil people he can use it to destroy somebody.

But one peculiar thing I come to realize is what the Bible teaches. One thing I learned when I was growing up was I didn’t believe that it is possible to have one currency for the whole world.

“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.”



While growing up I thought God err but now I know was erred, “father forgives me for doubting your word.” With technology around one world currency is a reality. it is becoming a reality with our eyes open.

 Technology will make it possible, I believe everyone is aware of how technology has brought a global village. Anybody can do transactions remotely as long as there is internet around. I can send money to my mother in a remote area in Ntcheu (Malawi) and she will receive instant, no hustle.

With mobile banking business transactions can be done without exchanging physical money. That’s how technology has made us live on.

 The coming of one currency is not that difficult than it was in the 80s now it is reality. This is to prove that Jesus Christ is the true God, He prophesies it and it comes to pass with our eyes open. It is time to put trust in him and to accept him to be Lord of our life.

 Digital currency/electronic currency

According to Wikipedia “Digital currency (digital money, electronic money or electronic currency) is any currency, money, or money-like asset that is primarily managed, stored or exchanged on digital computer systems, especially over the internet.”

Most of these digital currencies are owned and controlled but private companies. They can be used to buy physical items or services.

 Anybody who uses the internet is aware of cryptocurrency one of the major examples is Bitcoin. This is what Wikipedia said about Bitcoin (₿), it is a decentralized digital currency, without a central bank or single administrator, that can be sent from user to user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries.[8]Transactions are verified by network nodes through cryptography and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain.

 Central Banking Digital Currency (CBDC)

A CBDC generally refers to electronic or virtual central bank (fiat) money that is created in the form of digital tokens or account balances which are digital claims on the central bank.


A Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) is the digital form of a country’s fiat currency that is also a claim on the central bank.

With cash, individuals can buy goods and services or save without sharing their identity with a third-party merchant or custodian. But as banknotes fade from daily use, the future of financial freedom and privacy comes into serious jeopardy.

 Instead of printing money, the central bank issues electronic coins or accounts backed by the full faith and credit of the government and will be a legal tender.

 As such, it is issued and regulated by the nation’s monetary authority or central bank. As such, they are backed by the full faith and credit of the issuing government.1 CBDCs can simplify the implementation of monetary and fiscal policy and promote financial inclusion in an economy by bringing the unbanked into the financial system. It sounds good move but it’s dangerous because it will be used to control people. 

Central banks are already working on two types of CBDCs, ‘wholesale’ digital tokens that would have access restricted to banks and financial entities to be used for activities like interbank payments and wholesale market transactions, and ‘general purpose’ (retail) CBDC for the general public to be used in retail transactions.

 Some may ask why is the government interested in digital currency, There are a lot of reasons to explore virtual currencies, depending on the economic situation within a country.

 Here are just a few according to the International Monetary Fund: (

  • CBDCs are more cost-efficient than physical cash as they have lower transaction
  • costs; they can promote financial inclusion, meaning those who are unbanked can get easier and safer access to money on their phone;  
  • they can compete with private companies that need incentives to meet transparency standards and limit illicit activity, and they can help monetary policy flow more quickly and seamlessly.

Currently, digital currency is being owned privately by individual companies, but soon the government will take over. Some countries have already started using it in a pilot phase.

Those at the development stage include the central banks of Canada, Russia, Brazil, Turkey, France, and Nigeria.

Those at the research stage include the central banks of the US, UK, Australia, Norway, India, Pakistan, and Indonesia.

Nigeria is the first country in Africa to launch its digital currency called eNaira. It is controlled by the government.

President Bihari launching eNaira

So as you can see, this is not some theoretical issue. Centrally controlled digital currencies are coming down the pipe in a big way, and some will be appearing, if not imminently, then very soon.

This might look like a good idea but it’s a devilish idea with the aim of controlling man. When the government takes over or ban the private-owned crypto business they will use it to the advantage of the devil.

The key difference with the CBDC is the central bank will have absolute control on the rules and regulations that will determine the use of that expression of central bank liability, and also we will have the technology to enforce that.”

 According to the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) ( the gall to claim that CBDCs should respect privacy rights, when in fact the whole architecture, rationale, and design of central bank digital currencies will allow central banks and national authorities to invade totally on privacy rights.

 Although central banks will claim that they are introducing CBDCs for reasons such as improving payments efficiency, boosting financial inclusion for the unbanked, and tackling illicit transactions, their real motivations, as always, are for surveillance and control.

Surveillance of a population via complete visibility into financial transaction flow and user identities, and centralized control of the money supply within a cashless financial system.

It’s an agenda from the pit of hell

Open up your eyes and see what the devil and his agents are doing. Don’t be in the darkness of what is coming ahead.

They are planning total control of the population via their finances. You will not buy or sell if you are not going to be in their system.

Account-based CBDCs will be tied to user identities and Digital IDs, and straight off the bat they allow for total surveillance by the State and torpedo any chance of anonymity. For this reason, account-based favorites among central banks.

Given that CBDCs will be centralized ledgers and can be programmable, the ‘digital cash’ token option is not much better in terms of privacy and freedom.

It is the platform for Antichrist to cause many to take the mark of the beasts. It may look as if we are going wise but the truth is we are being deceived by the devils’ agents.

“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.”



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