Removing the High Places

From the 24 page PDF, Removing the High Places
…to Asa and the people these high places did not have
the appearance of being “abominable” and “horrid.” The
people were not offended by the blatant nature of the
high places. The high places had stood for a long time,
and they were constructed by one of the most revered
kings of Israel, King Solomon. Even when other kings
had instituted reforms and a return to devotion to Yah-
weh, the high places had been left untouched, and it
therefore seemed acceptable to purge all that was idola-
trous from the land while leaving these high places in-
Does the church in any way commit a similar error to-
day? Are there symbols of idolatry that are an offense to
a holy God that the people of God are not offended by?
Are there high places among Christianity that have with-
stood numerous revivals and reformations while being
left intact? Surely there are, and uncloaking their iden-
tity will reveal the reason that Christians have so much
trouble separating themselves from them…
…It is not merely Freemasonry in which such subterfuge is
practiced. As the Scriptures declare, “the whole world
lies in the power of the evil one” and his chief weapon is
deception. Satan’s original attack upon mankind began
with deception.
Genesis 3:13-14
Then Yahweh God said to the woman, “What is this you
have done?” And the woman said, “The serpent deceived
me, and I ate.” Yahweh God said to the serpent,
“Because you have done this, cursed are you more than
all cattle, and more than every beast of the field…”
A Christian holds to a very naive position if he believes
that Christianity today does not suffer from great decep-
tions which have been foisted upon it by the enemy of
Christ during the past 2,000 years. Indeed, Christianity
holds to great deceptions, and has embraced as many
vile symbols and rites as are seen in Freemasonry.
Christianity practices and observes many things that
have no mention or origin in Scripture. These symbols
and practices have been added to her midst in the same
way that the nation of Israel began to adopt the profane
practices of her idolatrous neighbors as revealed in the
Old Testament.

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