A country without borders

I don’t get it … what’s the logic of not protecting our borders and controlling immigration? What’s so wrong with our president wanting to build a wall to protect America’s interest?

A country that fails to protect its birders ceases to be a sovereign nation. This is a biblical principal as seen in many passages. Citizens and the legally adopted have rights, privileges and duties that foreigners do not.

Paul’s mother was a Jew, his father was a Roman (Acts 21:39; 22:28). Like those today that are legally adopted citizens, Paul was entitled to the right to a trial before punishment (Acts 16:35-39), the freedom from interrogation by scourging (Acts 22:24-29) and a right to appeal to Caesar or to the court )Acts 24:10-12; 26:32). Illegals should not have these rights.

The wall is for our security. It separates us from the enemy … and the gates are for the entrance of its citizens. Even the Kingdom of Heaven has its boundaries, but you must enter legally. Jesus Christ said, “I am the door …” (Jn. 10:9; Jn. 14:6). For those who try to enter illegally, He will say, “… I never knew you, depart from Me …” (Mt. 7:21-23).

Carl A. Hinson