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Why Sovereignty Matters and to Whom it is Given

Reader comment on item: Denying the Jewish Connection to Jerusalem

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 22, 2021 at 18:08

In this ages old dispute of who really in entitled to Jerusalem and the counterfeit claims going back a millennia ago, it is obvious that as the origination of rights were challenged without validation, if there is evidence of such verification of rights, then destruction of such evidence is religiously required. This is seen in another topic in this forum where destruction of any evidence, no matter whose it is, is required.
Why does that seem improbable? Actually, when viewing this from a practical standpoint, try as any might to destroy the evidence of what is historical, whether alleged or proven, true belief of the truth of the matter will be proven in spite of the rebellion against it. Who would have thought Israel would be in a position to assert and reassert its sovereignty over the objections of ancient enemies that at one time could boast against Israel with impunity; but now no longer. Israel suffers indignities now; redemption is now in view and the enemies are competing to be next on the way to oblivion.

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