Think about the land you live on. The dirt beneath your house has been there for thousands of years. The hills that surround your neighborhood haven’t moved since God put them there at creation.
We protect and defend our property, don’t we? It’s a big deal. We post signs to warn trespassers. We build fences. We install security systems.
After all, the land is ours. (For now.)
But if we think about it, someone else lived here before us. And after we leave this life, another titleholder will own, work, and defend the land we owned for a few years. (In my case, the next owner will have a forest of great trees we planted from saplings. You’re welcome.)
The discovery of ancient boundary stones at Tel Gezer in Israel remind us of more than biblical property lines.
They prompt us to observe essential boundaries in our spiritual lives.
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