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It has become popular in recent months to try to deface, destroy, or tear down statues or monuments from history. From military leaders who fought for the South to Christopher Columbus who discovered what was then called the New World to a Spanish conquistador who lived in the late 1500’s, one by one they are being vandalized or removed. One thing they all had in common in life is that each and every one was a sinner, each one had many failures. Will taking these statues that have stood for decades change history? No, it won’t. Are we going to tear down the pyramids in Egypt because Jewish slaves were used to build them? I don’t think so. The Bible is full of history—the good, the bad, and the ugly. All there for us to learn from, as warnings to not repeat those sins. It is important to the next generation to know history, to understand it, and to ask the question why. In the Bible, the Israelites made a monument with 12 huge stones to remind them and future generations of what God had done and how He had brought them across the Jordan River on dry ground. The Bible says, “When your children ask in time to come, ‘What do those stones mean to you?’ then you shall tell them that the waters of the Jordan were cut off before the ark of the covenant of the Lord. When it passed over the Jordan, the waters of the Jordan were cut off. So these stones shall be to the people of Israel a memorial forever” (Joshua 4:6-7). My prayer is that our nation will turn to God and face the future together, cherishing the hard-won freedoms we have and working in unity to make things better for the next generation. Author Franklin Graham.
Deblazio or whatever his name wishes he had half the brain of Teddy Roosevelt he is to involved with the wishes of illiterate people oops is his wife not in charge of deciding who gets torn down and who does not who in the hell made her anything she has no power. Teddy Roosevelt had done more for the City of New York than De Blasio and this is how you respect him!