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The Two Altars part #1
« on: Sat Nov 07, 2020 - 14:19:24 »
The two Altars
Altars of Technology
Altars of Silver and Gold
Exodus 20:25 (KJV)
And if thou wilt make me an altar of stone, thou shalt not build it of hewn stone: for if thou lift up thy tool upon it, thou hast polluted it.

Technology is made by men, the internet it is a tool to give information, but it separates the Lord's people, it inundates by Satan infiltration by demons influence by devils, and the internet is contaminated. Covid-19 is transmitted disease, this is more powerful this is called the spirit of infirmity, and the internet is the tree of good and evil, you just need to see it with Spiritual eyes.

The Church, the body of Christ, the internet brings physical distance and giving Satan infiltration by demons influence by devils
Since many are far away from our local Church and this will have Gods people to find another source of information meaning a false altar.
In Deuteronomy 27:5 do not make an alter made out of technology or design to please the flesh 

When the twelve tribes of Israel marked out their tribal land grant in the days of Joshua, two and one-half tribes-Reuben, Gad, and half of Manasseh-were all provided the mountainous area known as Amon, on the east side of the Jordan River.
According to the Torah, all males over twenty years of age were required to make pilgrimage to Jerusalem three times a year-Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles-to commemorate three of the seven sacred festivals, reminding them of the night God of Israel had spared their first born sons in Egypt, (Passover), the giving the Law of the (Pentecost), and Israel dwelling forty years in tents in the wilderness (Tabernacles-Exodus 23: 14-17), There were tribes whose land grants connected with or near Jerusalem’s temple mount: the tribe of Judah and Benjamin and even Ephraim. However, it was a very long Journey from the east bank of Jordan River for the two and one- half tribes when making the three years pilgrimages. Imagine thousands of men making the effort to take small ferry boats back and forth across the Jordan River, Jerusalem to the Jordan River is about (134.2km) from the Jordan River, and from the  eastern side of Jordan River 156 mi. It is 24 hour to walk to Jerusalem two miles from one end to the other (Joshua 3:1) (Joshua 4:23) this was three times a year, the day of Passover. Because of this very long trip, and they travel with their livestock crossing over the Jordan River by ferry boats, back and forth, they want it to solve the long-distance problem, these tribes chose to build a massive Altar in the heart of their tribal territory (Joshua 22:10). This very huge structure could be seen miles away.

The problem was, God’s Torral Law commanded that no one even attempt to duplicate the tabernacle’s ritual instrument and sacred furniture, which include copying the brass, or the golden altar. After hearing about this new alter, seven tribes were so infuriated, they armed themselves to go to war with the men from the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and half of Manasseh (Josh. 22:12). Joshua intervened by sending a priestly delegation to interview the tribal fathers (Josh 22: 30), who stated that the alter was not for sacrifices, but their intervention was to build a memorial alter to teach their children the story of the tribal divisions and why their tribes were on the east and not the west side of the Jordan (see Josh, 22:27-29).
theses are just of many probles