Don'r Remove Old Landmarks, Part 2
The Bible mandated specific physical landmarks as roperty borders for the 12 tribes of Israel. To this was attached the solemn warning not to remove a neighbor's landmark. To so so would bring a curse. Other landmarks are physical monuments, such as The Washington Monument in our nation's capital and the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Moreover, pivotal events in history are metaphorical landmarks, such as the abolishing of slavery and the right of women to vote.
Tragically, many Biblical landmarks have been and continue to be destroyed, and their removal is bringing a curse upon America: Removal of prayer and Bible reading in school, the sanctity of the pre-born, of marriage between a man and a woman. What landmarks will be next to go in a culturally chaotic society that mocks God and despises His truth? Christians cannot be bystanders as one Biblical landmark after another is destroyed!
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