While we walked through the ruins, it seemed to be a perfect image of nothingness. Sadder still were the ones worshiping in reverence at the alters of nothingness on almost every city block as well as in more remote areas. Their faces are burned into my memory.
Our guide shared how long ago invading armies came through and chopped the heads off of the idols. They were left there as they still are, headless, limbless, lifeless pieces of statues.
I am reminded of the words to the song: "There is no one like You, God. There has never been anyone like You."
"For there is one God and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus," I Timothy 2:5
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