REVIVE US AGAIN

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 Remove not the ancient landmark,

which thy fathers have set.

Proverbs 22:28

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Remove not the ancient landmark –

Do not take the advantage, in ploughing or breaking up a field contiguous to that of thy

neighbor,

to set the dividing stones farther into his field that thou mayest enlarge thy own.

Let all ancient divisions, and the usages connected with them, be held sacred.

Bring in no new dogmas, nor rites, nor ceremonies, into religion, or the worship of God,

that are not clearly laid down in the sacred writings

“Stand in the way; and see, and ask for the old paths, which is the good way, and walk

therein;

and ye shall find rest for your souls;” Jer 6:16.

But if any Church have lost sight of the genuine doctrines of the Gospel,

calling them back to these is not removing the ancient landmarks, as some have falsely

asserted.

God gave a law against removing the ancient landmarks,

by which the inheritances of tribes and families were distinguished.

See Deu 19:14, from which these words of Solomon appear to be taken.

~ Adam Clark

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 For other foundation

can no man lay than that is laid,

which is

JESUS CHRIST.

1 Cor. 3:11

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Wilt Thou not revive us again:

 that Thy people may rejoice in Thee?

Psalm 85:6

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If My people,

which are called by My Name,

shall humble themselves,

and pray,

and seek My Face,

and turn from their wicked ways;

then will I hear from heaven,

and will forgive their sin,

and will heal their land.

2 Chronicles 7:14

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Thus saith the Lord,

Stand ye in the ways,

and see,

and ask

for the old paths,

where is the good way,

and walk therein,

and ye shall find rest for your souls.

Jeremiah 6:16

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Thank you for stopping by and please pray for America the Beautiful and spiritual awakening!

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