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Cross by the Yellow Cross
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This is a log-only cache, please do not leave anything in the cache container. Bring your own pen to sign the logbook.
Please, express your thoughts on the cache. I will DELETE each log saying just "OK" OR "13:20" OR "TFTC" or stuff like those.
The site is on the border of Budapest and Budakeszi, easy to reach. In fact, this is a drive-in cache.
I've just had the thought to mark this cross. Such crosses motivated people in the past to turn towards God, to recognize and acknowledge Him. Now people are likely to pass it without noticing them. I invite you to stop here for some moments. "The cross on which Jesus our Lord and Savior died for our sins is the most commonly recognized and most universally accepted symbol for Christianity the world over. It symbolizes God’s great sacrifice, an offer of salvation to all of humanity and the promise of the resurrection. During the early days of the church, the cross as a Christian symbol was rarely used. Believers did not want to think about their Savior’s death. After 325 A.D. the cross rose in popularity as a symbol of the Christian faith. It was in that year that Constantine conquered the Roman Empire and made Christianity its main religion." (http://www.christiansymbols.net) Although the cross was known to the early Christians, the crucifix did not appear in use until the fifth century.
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Last Updated: on 1/20/2018 4:10:29 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (12:10 AM GMT)
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