Sort of challenging to hear out of context but God befriended me over the years, we've been doing some amazing things, like this one time He came over Thanksgiving night 2011 and picked me up lifting me and up and out of this world.
We went back to the start, (of life) He shared with me His creation. He showed me so many things. On the way back we stopped off in Ancient Egypt and we literally broke The Abu Simbel Temple. 3280 years ago
I hope you can see how incredible this story is. We actually changed recorded human #history, this place is one of the signs of God. It testifies to the way we're supposed to live with Him, together in unity, as one. (Aswan)
There's so much to share, it all happened because Jesus Christ saved my life. I've professed salvation to everyone. God saved my life with the perfect sacrifice of Jesus, this inturn allowed for me to get back to Father God. Its the gift of life.
Out of solid rock on the side of a hill, the temples of Abu Simbel were built more than 3280 yrs ago, to honor Pharaoh Rameses II and his queen Nefertari. They stood, largely undisturbed, until the 1950s.
Enter the Aswan Dam. The mid-20th century Egyptian government under General Nasser planned to construct the dam to control the unpredictable annual Nile floods and provide hydroelectric power. But such a dam would have placed Abu Simbel underwater.
Recognizing their problem, in 1959 the Egyptian and Sudanese governments wrote #UNESCO seeking assistance. So began a huge multinational effort to save The Abu Simbel Temple.
The plan was to move the monuments completely away from the river 65 meters higher and 200 meters back onto an artificial hill. Inside the hill, a concrete dome would house the interior of the temple.
The delicate work began in 1964. Using tools ranging from handsaws to bulldozers, the statues and the temples were carved into 20-ton blocks which were put back together on the new site.
The reassembly called for extreme precision, with a tiny tolerance of only plus or minus 5 millimeters. The reconstructed temple was oriented so the sun, at certain times of the year, illuminated the interior, as per the original temple.
Abu Simbel's move was completed in 1968 and cost $40 million, but the work did not stop there. A total of 22 monuments and complexes were relocated by 40 technical missions from five continents. The overall task was not completed until 1980.
We were looking onto life from the other side. There I stood with Father God on my left and Jesus Christ to my right, I caused the earthquake on that faithful evening. The ground shook, the statue broke then crumbled to the ground as the workers ran away.
This my friend is history. God just rewrote the past to accommodate for our walk. Its one of His great works. I testify to The Holy Trinity, being with God, He's shared with me one the biggest blessings I could have never imagined.
All this thanks to Jesus. Gotta give up and thank Jesus. This is a miracle, a sign and a great wonder. We're revealing this to the world. Were it not for salvation I wouldn't have made it back to Father God, we wouldn't be doing this amazing world changing things. It's all amazing! God bless you everyone.
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