“And so what we do is we go to the boundary markers of these places — let’s say the Supreme Court of the United States, as an example — and go to the four corner boundaries of those and drive in the stakes, reclaiming that area for Jesus Christ. It’s all about reclaiming territory,” Daubenmire said during the May 2 episode of his “Pass the Salt” program on Brighteon.TV.
The veteran high school football coach mentioned that he came across Steve Hemphill of Active Faith and talked about “staking,” which is putting or driving stakes into the ground and reclaiming territory that has been stolen by the enemy. He said that he drove Scripture-laden stakes in the ground at his home and declared that it is off limits to the forces of darkness.
Daubenmire added that they drove stakes into the ground with scriptures in it at so-called “high places,” such as the Georgia Guidestones and the Serpent Mound in Ohio. He explained that a high place is a place where dark forces are in control.
He added that Pass the Salt Ministries’ Salt and Light Brigade have also been planting stakes and reclaiming some of the high places in Maryland, including the Washington D.C. area.
The boundary of Washington D.C. looks like a baseball diamond, which means that it has four corners. And there are actually stones in those corners that mark the boundaries.
Daubenmire pointed out that Christians are supposed to go and take authority over the territory in which they live by staking the four corners of their town or city.
Christians need to take back spiritual authority over high places
Daubenmire said that Christians need to take back spiritual authority over these high places. He added that Christians can reclaim the areas occupied by the enemy by going back and driving stakes in the ground and declaring that it belongs to the Lord.
According to Daubenmire, the Georgia Guidestones are Styrofoam copies of the Ten Commandments. He also called the giant stones a demonic cell tower.
“And we took the Ten Commandments and we laid them against the Georgia Guidestones. We got a huge cross and we put it above the Georgia Guidestones. We staked out the Georgia Guidestones, and we reclaimed. Remember, the Bible says, everywhere you set your foot, I’ve given it to you as an inheritance,” Daubenmire said.
“Now, I believe the Georgia Guidestones are nothing more than a demonic cell tower. Imagine that being a source of power, or a portal to the dark side. And I think the Washington Monument is also a dark portal, a cell tower.”
Daubenmire said that when they showed up at the Georgia Guidestones, they drove in stakes and pulled down strongholds of the enemy and they did the same thing at the Washington Monument.
The high school football coach also called on Christians to take some territory back in their local town, drive some stakes in the ground and pray over and reclaim that territory “for the cause of Christ.”
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