In the fullness of time, God will destroy the High Places.

“Son of man, set your face toward the mountains of Israel, and prophesy against them, and say, “O mountains of Israel, hear the Lord God to the mountains, to the hills, to the ravines, and to the valleys: “Indeed I, even I, will bring a sword against you, and I will destroy your high places.” Ezekiel 6:3.

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High Places, bamah, Strong’s #1116: A height, high place, mountain, hilltop, crest, ridge, a summit; a shrine upon a lofty site. Bamah geographically speaks of any hilltop or elevated place. The high places were often those hilltops upon which idolaters offered sacrifices to pagan gods. These places became a snare for the Israelites, who mixed the worship of Yahweh with the worship of idols.

The Lord commands in Numbers 33:52, “Demolish all the high places.” Then as now, many have “High places,” in their minds as well as their hearts. God does not endorse mixture or pagan worship.

We are still offering up babies in our modernistic nation.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Delight in Truth
    Apr 23, 2013 @ 20:46:02

    Molech is still receiving worship today… 😦


    • Mannyr
      Apr 24, 2013 @ 01:53:46

      Sad but true. it is hard to comprehend a nation that for the majority of its people simply accepts the course laid out by godless people. Who will speak up for the unborn child in the womb? All we hear about is the rights of women.


  2. Chris
    Apr 28, 2013 @ 04:40:36

    Delight is right. There is a place in Northern California where an annual ritual involving molech takes place.

    “Sad but true” is an apt phrase.


    • Mannyr
      Apr 28, 2013 @ 13:52:17

      I remember the place. It is near Rio Neito California. Deep in the redwood trees. I spent many summers there with childhood friends from San Francisco. We swam every day in the Russian River.

      I have seen the articles about the occult practices that very high and influential people in and out of government participated in that place. Its been going on for a long time.


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