Proverbs 22:28

Proverbs 22:28 Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set.

From the creation, there have been boundaries. In the Garden of Eden, there was a boundary; don’t eat from the knowledge of good and evil tree. Abba Yah needed Adam and Eve to remain with LIFE, and realised that on the off chance that they at any point ate of that tree, they would activate DEATH and be an problem for quite a while to try to rectify.

Stepping outside of the boundary made Adam and Eve face the situation that God was protecting them from and face the changes after the holy spirit left them; and they found themselves alone and in an unexpected way (acknowledged they were exposed), to see Abba Yah in a differently way (they avoided Him), and to see their world differently. That is the genuine peril of “moving” the boundaries set up by the Lord. We lose the Holy spirit that connected us with the glory of  our heavenly Father, and we lose the image and right comprehension of his identity, and our identity called to be as youngsters who are children adored by Him.

“For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.” (Isaiah 55:9), ‘God

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