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Expropriation of Land Without Compensation – What Does The Bible Say?

The violent seizure of land is not a new thing. Through the centuries, this has taken place over and over again. We read about it in both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. In the first few verses of Genesis 12, we find how Jehovah instructed Abraham to go out from the country he had been living in, to a new land which He, Jehovah, would give him. Abraham finds himself led by Jehovah into the land of Canaan, and this land is then promised to him.

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The violent seizure of land is not a new thing. Through the centuries, this has taken place over and over again. We read about it in both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. In the first few verses of Genesis 12, we find how Jehovah instructed Abraham to go out from the country he had been living in, to a new land which He, Jehovah, would give him. Abraham finds himself led by Jehovah into the land of Canaan, and this land is then promised to him.

We have always read this from Abraham’s point of view as a great promise from Jehovah, and how wonderfully that promise was fulfilled when Joshua led Abraham’s descendants to conquer the land of Canaan. I wonder if the Canaanites thought it to be so wonderful. Joshua sent some spies to Jericho, and they came into Rahab’s house. What Rahab told the spies, gives an indication of what the Canaanites thought about their land being taken.

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