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The Pledge of Allegiance Is Un-Biblical

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YHVH (the Almighty) has reserved the concept of the flag-reverence to himself alone.
One of his most important names is:
Jehovah-Nissi = YHVH-Nissi = YAH is my flag (banner.)
NEVER pledge allegiance to a national flag.
Pledging allegiance to a worldly flag is gross and unspeakable idolatry.

The word "Pledge", in law, denotes a person acting as surety for another, an act totally forbidden in scripture from end to end.
A pledge of allegiance binds you as collateral.

The word "Allegiance" means "the absolute and unqualified obedience a subject owes his sovereign."
Allegiance cannot be due to two sovereigns [to the Creator and to the state.] - U.S. Supreme Court

No servant can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. - [Jesus, in Luke 16:13, Bible, NKJV]

From Tolstoy's 'Kingdom Of God':

For a Christian the oath of allegiance to any government whatever
--the very act which is regarded as the foundation of the existence of a state--
is a direct renunciation of Christianity.
For the man who promises unconditional obedience in the future to (human) laws, ... by that very promise is renouncing Christianity, which means obeying in every circumstance of life only the divine law of Charity (Love.)

Christianity ... may result [in] the most diverse acts, which cannot be defined beforehand.
And therefore the Christian cannot promise to obey the will of any other man...
he cannot obey the changing laws of man;
he cannot even promise to do anything definite at a certain time, or to abstain from doing anything for a certain time.
For he cannot know what at any time will be required of him by the Christian law of love, obedience to which constitutes the meaning of life for him.
The Christian, in promising unconditional fulfillment of the laws of men in the future, would show plainly by that promise that the inner law of Yahweh does not constitute for him the sole law of his life.

For a Christian to promise obedience to men, or the laws of men, is just as though a workman bound to one employer should also promise to carry out every order that might be given him by outsiders.
One cannot serve two masters.
-Leo Tolstoy (Christian writer universally acknowledged as a genius second only to Shakespeare, and whose writings fueled the triumphs of Ghandi and MLK.)

All nations before YHVH are as nothing, and they are counted by Him less than nothing and worthless. - [Isaiah 40:17, Bible, NKJV]

[Pledging is] idolizing the national flag. It astonishes and mortifies the Christian heart, but many churches actually begin their services with the pledge of allegiance. - Sanders