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Messenger: jessep86 Sent: 11/20/2014 7:24:24 PM

Give I the truth not an opinion , truth and rights. Give I What's right, not an opinion.

So I ask I self am I speaking truth or an opinion?

Don't take the reasoning personal, don't take the truth for an offence. Surrender. To Haile Selassie I truth and right.

Messenger: Bobobinghi Jahcub Sent: 11/21/2014 12:26:30 PM

Truth carries variance so one must be careful how one judges truth.
For example Nyabinghi and Boboshanti are not exactly the same but would the I say one is truth and the other is only part truth?Iman personally wouldn't.Seen my Lord give thanks.

Messenger: MELCHEZIDEK Sent: 11/21/2014 12:37:18 PM

which one is controlled by the jews?

Messenger: jessep86 Sent: 11/21/2014 1:12:18 PM

Truth is the judgement, truth is my judge, I don't judge truth

Messenger: jessep86 Sent: 11/21/2014 1:40:54 PM

Who is the Judge that sits pon lifes throne?
JAH Rastafari speaks truth not opinions.
I don't look to mansions of the kingdom for truth but the one who built them and fills them with spirit and truth.
Truth comes not from the Church but from Christ.
I look with bobo and bingo to THE KING OF KINGS for truth

Messenger: jessep86 Sent: 11/21/2014 6:31:43 PM

Let that truth be seen in our actions
Let that truth be our livity

Rastafari is a man
Rastafari is the ALMIGHTY

unity , no contradiction, yes we know and we overstanding, the mighty God is a Living man

JAH is living man but not limited to a living man/ woman/ child.
In unity with JAH, man is much more then a man.

Opinions speak and think....but The truth lives
Opinions can go against life , but truth always supports and blesses life.

Messenger: jessep86 Sent: 11/22/2014 3:29:43 PM

See the snake/ devil/ trickster in the beginning caused suffering by confusing the truth to Eve. It was a lie, false trick snake twisting the words of JAH into a confusion and mis interpretation of JAHS WORD COMMAND AND WAY. Jah said don't do this, snake/d'evil said : did JAH really say this.
Many know what's right way, its natural all things know their way, only when people push eachother around mentally ,physically manipulative

Seek the truth and you shall find truth
know the truth it will set you free.

Enjoy the Ancient storys

Anansi, the spider, is one of the most popular animal tricksters from West African mythology. Tricksters are mischievous figures who often oppose the will of the gods, resulting in some kind of misfortune for humans. Like many trickster figures, the wily Anansi can change his appearance to look like a human, a rabbit, a fox, or other animals.

West Africans originally considered Anansi to be the creator of the world. He often acted as a go-between for humans in their dealings with the sky god Nyame, and he supposedly persuaded Nyame to give both rain and the night to people. In most stories, however, Anansi is a crafty and cunning trickster who makes life more enjoyable for himself (or more difficult for others) by fooling humans, other animals, and even the gods themselves, often using his cleverness and knowledge of his victims' ways of thinking to trick them and achieve his purpose.

In one well-known tale, Anansi asks God for an ear of corn and promises to repay with 100 servants. He takes the corn to a village and tells the people that it is sacred. During the night, Anansi feeds the corn to chickens. The next morning, he accuses the villagers of stealing the corn, and they give him a bushel of it to make up for the lost ear.

Anansi next meets a man on the road and exchanges the corn for a chicken. He visits another village and tells the people that the chicken is sacred. That night he kills the chicken, and the next morning the frightened villagers give him ten sheep to replace it. Anansi later exchanges the sheep for a corpse, which he takes to a third village and tells the people that it is the sleeping son of God. When the villagers cannot wake the corpse the next morning, Anansi says they have killed God's son. The terrified villagers offer him 100 of their finest young men, and Anansi takes them to God to fulfill his part of the bargain.

Messenger: jessep86 Sent: 11/22/2014 3:37:24 PM

the devil is the adversary of JAH
Babylon is the adversary of ZION
Overcome the lies and falsehood with JAH knowledge & truth
truth and rights, love and all
Goodness of JAH will prevail triumphantly
Yes Iration will know truth for truth is JAH
the foundation of livity, if its right and true
Then that, the best InI do, that the best and leave the rest
Leave the rest and take the best
Babylon is trickery and when JAH people know
the truth they will be safe , secure, acting upon that
Truth with wisdom, spiritual intelligence: love

JAH knows all things

Haile Selassie I JAH Rastafari

Messenger: jessep86 Sent: 11/22/2014 9:03:05 PM

Be true, truthful in making a living.. Once upon a time, a long time ago, there lived a spider named Anansi. Anansi's wife was a very good cook. But always, Anansi loved to taste the food that others in the village made for themselves and for their families.

One day, he stopped by Rabbit's house. Rabbit was his good friend.

"There are greens in your pot," cried Anansi excitedly. Anansi loved greens.

"They are not quite done," said Rabbit. "But they will be soon. Stay and eat with me."

"I would love to, Rabbit, but I have some things to do," Anansi said hurriedly. If he waited at Rabbit's house, Rabbit would certainly give him jobs to do. "I know," said Anansi. "I'll spin a web. I'll tie one end around my leg and one end to your pot. When the greens are done, tug on the web, and I'll come running!"

Rabbit thought that was a great idea. And so it was done.

"I smell beans," Anansi sniffed excitedly as he ambled along. "Delicious beans, cooking in a pot."

"Come eat our beans with us," cried the monkeys. "They are almost done."

"I would love to Father Monkey," said Anansi. And again, Anansi suggested he spin a web, with one end tied around his leg, and one end tied to the big bean pot.

Father Monkey thought that was a great idea. All his children thought so, too. And so it was done.

"I smell sweet potatoes," Anansi sniffed happily as he ambled along. "Sweet potatoes and honey, I do believe!"

"Anansi," called his friend Hog. "My pot is full of sweet potatoes and honey! Come share my food with me."

"I would love to," said Anansi. And again, Anansi suggested he spin a web, with one end tied around his leg, and one end tied to the sweet potato pot.

His friend Hog thought that was a great idea. And so it was done.

By the time Anansi arrived at the river, he had one web tied to each of his eight legs.

"This was a wonderful idea," Anansi told himself proudly. "I wonder whose pot will be ready first?"

Just then, Anansi felt a tug at his leg. "Ah," said Anansi. "That is the web string tied to Rabbit's greens." He felt another. And another. Anansi was pulled three ways at once.

"Oh dear," said Anansi as he felt the fourth web string pull.

Just then, he felt the fifth web string tug. And the sixth. And the seventh. And the eighth. Anansi was pulled this way and that way, as everyone pulled on the web strings at once. His legs were pulled thinner and thinner. Anansi rolled and tugged himself into the river. When all the webs had washed away, Anansi pulled himself painfully up on shore.

"Oh my, oh my," sighed Anansi. "Perhaps that was not such a good idea after all."

To this day, Anansi the Spider has eight very thin legs. And he never got any food that day at all.

Yes make a honost, true living

Messenger: Black Christ Salvation Sent: 11/23/2014 2:06:15 PM

yes hon. Jesse P, JAH IS THE WAY

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